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The timeless beauty of diamonds processed in jewellery, has many lovers in awe, and they are willing to pay staggering amounts for their favourite stones. We are listing some of the largest and loveliest diamonds in the world, as well as some exclusive jewels of inestimable valuable for you.
- Top-5 largest diamonds in the world
- The world's largest coloured diamonds
- Top-5 most expensive diamonds in the world
- Another five famous diamonds
- The most famous and most expensive diamond jewels in the world
- Why buy diamonds at BAUNAT?
Most viewed diamond jewels
1.50 carat ring in red gold with round diamondsFrom ￥ 26.450 (excl. VAT)
XO earrings in red gold with small round diamondsFrom ￥ 4.770 (excl. VAT)
1.55 carat diamond halo earrings in white goldFrom ￥ 31.450 (excl. VAT)
0.75 carat diamond creole earrings in yellow goldFrom ￥ 21.760 (excl. VAT)
1.00 carat diamond flower ring in platinumFrom ￥ 6.910 (excl. VAT)
1. The Cullinan
2. The Lesedi La Rona
The Lesedi La Rona, or ‘Our Life’ in Tswana (the language of Botswana), is the second largest colourless diamond in the world. The rough diamond was found in the Karowe mine in 2015 and weighed 1,109 carats. A year later, the rough stone was sold for $53 million.
3. The Excelsior Diamond
With a scale of 995.2 carat, the Excelsior Diamond takes third place in the line-up. Found in South Africa, it took a long time for the diamond to be sold. There was apparently no one who could afford it. It was eventually sent to Amsterdam to be cut into 10 smaller precious stones. The largest diamond, Excelsior I, was eventually sold for $2.64 million.
4. The Star of Sierra Leone
The Star of Sierra Leone of 968.9 carat is the largest diamond ever mined from the mine with the same name. It was soon sold to Harry Winston for a $2.5 million spot price, who had it cut in 17 separate diamonds. The largest precious stone left was still 54 carats.
5. The Lesotho Legend
This stone, the size of two golf balls, weighs a pretty 910 carats and thus takes fifth place. The diamond is not only very large, but also has a D-colour sorting and a IIa clarity score. These are the best scores a colourless diamond can get. As a result, the Lesotho legend was sold for over $40 million during the Antwerp Diamond Tender.
The world's largest heart-shaped diamond
The largest diamond in the universe
The biggest coloured diamond: The Golden Jubilee Diamond
The largest pink diamond in the world
The largest blue diamond in the world
The world's largest yellow diamond
1. The Koh-i-Noor
2. The Sancy Diamond
3. The Cullinan
You know the third most expensive diamond in the world already: the raw Cullinan diamond. This rough diamond would have been worth about $400 million before it was cut into the Cullinan I, Cullinan II and about a hundred smaller diamonds.
4. The Hope diamond
It is said there is a curse on the Hope diamond that brings misfortune to the wearer. The first stories of a possible curse surfaced in 1909
5. De Beers Centenary Diamond
The Millennium Star
The Oppenheimer Blue
Most famous engagement rings
1. Lady Di's engagement ring
Anyone willing to put down $38,488 could buy the same design at the diamond expert
2. Beyoncé's engagement ring
Pop Star Beyoncé received a stunning platinum engagement ring of about $5 million designed by Lorraine Schwartz. The ring is set with an 18 carat colourless diamond. The two are still happily married and have three children.
3. Audrey Hepburn's engagement ring
4. Marilyn Monroe's engagement ring
5. Elizabeth Taylor's engagement ring
The most expensive engagement ring
The most expensive diamond earrings in the world
The most expensive diamond necklace in the world
The world's most expensive diamond crown jewels
The most expensive crown jewels in the world are owned by Queen Elizabeth II. With the Koh-i-Noor and some Cullinan diamonds, a few of the most famous and most expensive diamonds in the world have also been set in the various crowns. A total, 140 items are among the British crown jewels that are kept in the Jewel House in the Tower of London.
The most expensive diamond garment in the world
We also make sure you can enjoy your diamond jewellery with the least delay. The average delivery period for the jewellery from the standard collection is 1 to 10 workdays. For custom jewellery, you have to take a period of about 4 working weeks into account.
With BAUNAT jewellery, you always get a certificate of authenticity from a reputable gemmological laboratory such as GIA, HRD of IGI. Thus, you can always be sure that your diamonds are of natural origin, high quality and that they were mined ethically.