Three Unmounted Light Blue and Fancy Greyish Blue Diamonds
One round diamond 0.27 ct.,
With GIA report no. 2195568277, stating Light Blue, natural color, Internally Flawless clarity.
one round diamond 0.28 ct.
With GIA report no. 2191571429, stating Fancy Grayish Blue, natural color, I2 clarity.
one round diamond 0.29 ct.
With GIA report no. 2191568260, stating Light Blue, natural color, VS2 clarity.
The Mystique of Blue Diamonds
Among the rarest and most valuable gems on Earth are Blue Diamonds. The most famous is the Hope Diamond, discovered in India in the 1600's. After a storied life the blue Hope Diamond now rests in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
Known in the scientific community as type IIb diamonds, blue diamonds are colored by trace elements of Boron. These blue diamonds are so scarce that of all the diamonds discovered to date, less than 0.02% have the distinction of being a blue diamonds. Recent scientific research has discovered that blue diamond's form at least 410 miles below the earth's surface while the vast majority of diamonds come from much shallower depths ranging from 90-120 miles below the surface.
These blue diamond's represent an extraordinary opportunity to acquire one of nature's rarest and most prized gemstones.
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Additional Notes & Condition Report
0.28 ct. : Fancy Grayish Blue/ I2
0.29 ct. : Light Blue/ VS2
Mounting: Overall in good condition, normal wear with surface scratches to metal. Metal is discolored where stones have been removed.
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