A 35.60 carat Pink diamond marks the special occasion of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee


Back beat the word is on the street that the fire in its heart is out! No, this article is not about Oasis but a certain unique, cushion cut, pink-brown diamond, weighing 35.60 carats, and named the Steinmetz Forevermark Jubilee Pink. We’ve talking a lot about pink diamonds, are we not, lately but we promise you that this will melt your heart! On display at the Tower of London from Friday, 1st June, will be this brilliant diamond with a heart of fire- a fitting tribute to mark the special occasion of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee. Crafted by Steinmetz Diamonds, this pink diamond carries the unique 19522012 Forevermark inscription, celebrating both the year the Queen came to the throne in 1952, and the 60th year of her reign, 2012: features that will forever associate it with this historic occasion.

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Recovered by Rockwell Diamonds in South Africa’s Saxendrift mine, this 179.60 carats rough diamond was designed and cut at Steinmetz Diamonds’ Johannesburg factory- master cutters spent six months crafting this prestigious gem to the perfect pink piece that it is today. Lavishness has no bound, does it?
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