Sotheby's unveils a 102.34-carat D-colour, Flawless round diamond, which it expects will surpass the current world-record price of $33.7 million

Sotheby's unveils a 102.34-carat D-colour, Flawless round diamond, which it expects will surpass the current world-record price of $33.7 million

 

Finally Sotheby opened the door to bijoux boutique on Bond Street featuring many beautiful jewelry having flawless stones to the collection of rare diamonds.

While celeberating its annual anniversary, Sotheby's Diamonds presented its outstanding gem to gate that is 102.34 carat, D-Flawless which is type IIA round brillient diamond. It is said that it is the most rare and most valuable white diamond ever.

This dimaond is oustanding for its colour, clarity and cut. It is one of the ultra rare subgroup of gem quality diamonds which is known as Type IIA. It has chemical purity making it crystal clear to the eye.

There are only 7 D-Colour diamonds with weight of 100 carats plus appeared in auction until now. However no any one was cut as brilliant cut. Cutters save the weight in cutting.

Source: Telegraph, UK