Saturday, 17 December 2016

Los Angeles County Natural History Museum - “Diamonds: Rare Brilliance”

The 30.03-carat Juliet Pink Diamond is a Fancy Intense Pink oval diamond, with a VVS2 clarity grading. It was cut from a 90-carat rough from South Africa.
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is bringing together rare colored gems never before seen in the United States in an exhibition called 'Diamonds: Rare Brilliance'

Featured is the “Juliet Pink Diamond”, and the “Argyle Violet Diamond.”
The Rainbow Necklace – A jewel made of 88 rare natural colored diamonds. It features radiant-cut shape multi-color diamonds at 35.93-carat tw. It took more than five years to source and assemble.

'Diamonds: Rare Brilliance' exhibition will run through March 19, 2017. The colored gems and jewels in the exhibition are owned by L.J. West Diamonds, which specializes in the sourcing, manufacturing and distribution of colored diamonds.
The 1.64-carat Victorian Orchid Vivid Purple Diamond is one of the rarest stones in the world due to it's color. It has an SI2 clarity grade and is fashioned in a cushion-cut.