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Discovered in the Damtshaa of mine in Botswana in 2020 and carefully cut over the course of six months by the master diamantaires of Diacore, the 10.57-carat Eternal Pink is the most vibrant pink diamond ever to be offered at auction.
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Diamonds are a classic gemstone for any occasion, especially weddings and engagements. A diamond’s sparkle first attracts our eyes, followed by our hearts. However, there is more to diamonds than sparkle, especially when making a lifetime investment. Generally, the cut, clarity, carat, and color are the parameters to consider when buying diamond jewelry. In this article, we will look at three Cs: Classification, Cut, and Clarity.
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What we now refer to as the Red Carpet debuted at the 1922 premiere of Robin Hood, starring Douglas Fairbanks, the “First King of Hollywood.” Today, the pre-show parade of stars outside the Academy Awards is arguably as important to the fashion industry as the ceremony itself is to film. For the 2002 Oscars, actress Laura Elena Harring (Mulholland Drive) wore a pair of Stuart Weitzman stilettos ornamented with 464 Kwiat diamonds.
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