Rare Pink Diamond from South Africa on Display

12 Apr / 12
Rare Pink Diamond from South Africa on Display
If you plan on doing any traveling over the next couple of weeks you may want to see if you will be able to stop in Canada and check out a beautiful light purple-pink diamond that will be on display out there. This stunning 10 carat SI1 fancy diamond ring is estimated to be worth about $2.5 million, so if you are in the market for a new fancy pink diamond then donít forget to bring your money with you. The display dates are set to start on April 13 and last through April 17. The privately owned pink diamond is set in a platinum ring and will be offered up for sale during the event showing. As for the pink diamond itself, it is derived from an original 21.35 carat rough diamond that was found originally in South Africa. This breathtaking pinkish diamond took more than 3 months for it to be cut and polished into the perfect diamond it is today. This one of kind diamond is by far one of the largest fancy diamonds ever discovered in the world and now the radiant cut on it makes it one of the most sought after pieces for both collectors and diamond enthusiasts alike. A diamond of this rarity, size, and colour may not be unearthed for quite some time so if you are interested you might want to jump on this one immediately. If you feel like you canít afford this one there are plenty of other beautiful fancy diamonds out there for you to take a look at.
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