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Cullinan diamond

Explore the history and allure of the legendary Cullinan Diamond, the largest gem-quality diamond ever found. Learn about its remarkable journey and the exquisite jewelry pieces it has adorned throughout the years.
The Cullinan diamond was the largest non carbonado and largest gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3106.75 carat (621.35 g, 1.37 lb) rough weight.[1] About 10.5 cm (4.1 inches) long in its largest dimension, it was found on 26 January 1905, in the Premier No. 2 mine, near Pretoria, South Africa.  The largest polished gem from the stone is named Cullinan I or the Great Star of Africa, and at 530.4 carats (106.08 g)[2] is the largest polished white diamond in the world. Cullinan Diamond, Marquise Cut Diamond, Uncut Diamond, Diamond Mines, Rough Diamond, Diamond Studs, Diamond Earrings, Diamond Dreams

The Cullinan diamond was the largest non carbonado and largest gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3106.75 carat (621.35 g, 1.37 lb) rough weight.[1] About 10.5 cm (4.1 inches) long in its largest dimension, it was found on 26 January 1905, in the Premier No. 2 mine, near Pretoria, South Africa. The largest polished gem from the stone is named Cullinan I or the Great Star of Africa, and at 530.4 carats (106.08 g)[2] is the largest polished white diamond in the world.

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Machelle Meade
The Cullinan I, aka the Greater Star of Africa , is the largest of the Cullinan diamonds, with a pear-shaped cut and weighing 530.20 carats. Cullinan Diamond, Royal Jewelry, Gems Jewelry, Diamond Jewelry, Jewellery, Diamond Mines, Diamond Cuts, Diamond Star, Quartz Crystal

The 3,106-carat enormous rough diamond became the largest ever gem-quality rough diamond to be discovered in the history of mankind, and remains so up to this day. The diamond was named after Sir Thomas Cullinan, the discoverer and owner of the Premier Diamond Mine

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Julien Cote