Divulge In Nature’s Aura Where Pink Is Not Pink Anymore, Its Pink Star Diamond! 

Happiness for us ladies is owing a gorgeous ring and what can be more gripping than to know about the largest diamond ring in the world. The Pink Star Diamond, at 59.60 carats is a charming vivid pink diamond graded by the Gemological Institute of America. Nonetheless, this beauty has officially become the highest price item to be sold in an auction in Asia.

This gemstone is worthy of all the attention it is getting. Regarded as Internally flawless by the GIA, is just right. As believed, pink diamonds are very rare and this one which is not naturally colored makes it an immensely valuable collector’s jewelry piece in the world. Surprisingly, this pink star diamond is fairly new and celebrates its 22nd birthday this year. The fancy vivid pink is what gets to the heart at the very first glance making it unique and appealing.

Speaking of the diamond being Internally Flawless, well it simply means there are no internal inclusions. This Type IIa stone has less than two percent of all gem-quality diamonds, which reveals the chemical purity.

Diamond

Speaking of the diamond being Internally Flawless, well it simply means there are no internal inclusions. This Type IIa stone has less than two percent of all gem-quality diamonds, which reveals the chemical purity.

Well, to give you a little archive of this charmer, Dee Beers mined this stone in 1999, and Steinmetz Diamonds bought the rough stone from Dee Beers to present it into a flaunt less piece. Without failing, let us tell you it took 8 polishers and 20 months to cut this belle.

Another fascinating fact about the Pink Star is it was formerly known as Steinmetz Pink but later when Steinmetz Diamonds sold the ring to an anonymous buyer in 2007 it was renamed as “The Pink Star.” The name came from the combination of the cuts and facets that resided in the diamond.

Later again in 2013, the diamond was seen at the Sotheby’s and broke all records for any gemstone sold at the auction, well ultimately the price was settled by no buyer and the diamond came back to the Sotheby’s inventory. However, in 2017 the Pink Star was back in the auction that took place in Hong Kong and was sold at HK$553 million to the chairman of the jeweler Chow Tai Fook, who renamed it as “CTF Pink Star” in memory of his father, the late Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung.

Diamond

However, in 2017 the Pink Star was back in the auction that took place in Hong Kong and was sold at HK$553 million to the chairman of the jeweler Chow Tai Fook, who renamed it as “CTF Pink Star” in memory of his father, the late Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung.

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