Pink diamonds have only been found in a few mines across the world. The rich Golconda region in India and the Minas Gerais region of Brazil produced notable diamonds in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, the Argyle mine in Western Australia is the source of the vast majority of the worlds supply. It is famous for generating the hugely coveted full-bodied hot pink diamonds. Diamonds become pink when heat and pressure deep within the earth cause the crystal lattice to distort. These…
Pure green diamonds are extremely rare and highly valued, ranging from light mint greens to vivid grass greens. Only a handful of natural green diamonds are introduced into the market each year making green diamonds some of the most sought after of all natural color diamonds.
Le diamant rose de Sotheby's
Le diamant rose de 8.41 carats chez Sotheby's Hong Kong http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/le-bijou-du-jour/diaporama/le-diamant-rose-de-8-41-carats-chez-sotheby-s-hong-kong-7-octobre-2014/20036
Pierres de légende: le Pink Star http://www.vogue.fr/joaillerie/a-voir/diaporama/joaillerie-huit-pierres-celebres-hope-diamond-star-of-the-east-taylor-burton-diamond-winston-legacy-diamond-diamant-wittelsbach/15513/image/864939#!joaillerie-huit-pierres-celebres-pink-star-sotheby-039-s