SANCY DIAMOND” , 55.23 carats , orgin in INDIA , The Sancy now rests in the Apollo Gallery
Pink diamond called the “Hortensia Diamond” 21.32 metric carats Acquired by Louis XIV and cut in 1678. Last used on a large diamond-encrusted comb for the Empress Eugénie (1856).
Sceptre de Charles V . Musée du Louvre
Le diamant "Winston Legacy" d'Harry Winston http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/le-diamant-winston-legacy-101-carats-d-harry-winston/13798
Camée d'Auguste Ier siècle après J.-C. Agate, cristal de roche, marbre, or, bronze doré et émail. H. : 14 cm. Provenance : il fut trouvé à Rome, dans le cimetière ...
Sancy Diamond: Little is known of the Sancy Diamond before the 14th century when it was most likely stolen from India. It was first recorded as measuring 100 carats when it was part of the dowry of Valentina, Galeazzo di Visconti's daughter in 1389.
le musée du louvre
Koh-i-Noor Diamond, a British Crown Jewel. The Koh-i-Noor is a 106 carat diamond which was once the largest diamond in the world. Previously, it has belonged to various rulers in India; today it lies in the hands of the British royal family and is part of the Crown Jewels.
La Victoire de Samothrace
THE WITTELSBACH DIAMOND while it may look blue to you and me, it is really considered a fancy deep grayish blue. They use additional descriptions such as the "grayish" to identify stones more exactly, these descriptions can greatly affect their value. This one sold for $24 Million.