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Ocean Dream Diamond

Ocean Dream Diamond

Ocean Dream - By virtue of its color alone, the Ocean Dream is one of the very rarest diamonds known to man. The incredible color of this 5.51 carat diamond is so rare that many gemologists would presume that it was artificially colored. However, following, thorough scientific evaluation, GIA has concluded that the Ocean Dream’s breathtaking Fancy Deep Blue-Green color results from exposure to natural radiation over millions of years in the Earth.

Ocean Dream - By virtue of its color alone, the Ocean Dream is one of the very rarest diamonds known to man. The incredible color of this 5.51 carat diamond is so rare that many gemologists would presume that it was artificially colored. However, following, thorough scientific evaluation, GIA has concluded that the Ocean Dream’s breathtaking Fancy Deep Blue-Green color results from exposure to natural radiation over millions of years in the Earth.

The Ocean Dream Diamond 5.50-carat a vivid Blue-Green, a deep ocean aqua blue, diamond that sold for $8,633,798, or $1,569,781 a carat in 2014.

The Ocean Dream Diamond 5.50-carat a vivid Blue-Green, a deep ocean aqua blue, diamond that sold for $8,633,798, or $1,569,781 a carat in 2014.

The Ocean Dream Diamond:                         The Ocean Dream may be small - a mere 5.51 carats - but it’s the only diamond in the world of its kind. No other diamond is known to naturally possess a blue-green hue like this one. The color is thought to have come from being exposed to natural radiation in Central Africa for thousands of years. It’s currently owned by the Cora Diamond Corporation, but you might have seen it at the Smithsonian as part of “The Splendor of Diamonds” exhibit a…

The Ocean Dream Diamond: The Ocean Dream may be small - a mere 5.51 carats - but it’s the only diamond in the world of its kind. No other diamond is known to naturally possess a blue-green hue like this one. The color is thought to have come from being exposed to natural radiation in Central Africa for thousands of years. It’s currently owned by the Cora Diamond Corporation, but you might have seen it at the Smithsonian as part of “The Splendor of Diamonds” exhibit a…

8.01 ct. fancy vivid blue diamond ring and a 5.03 ct. fancy vivid pink, both sold at auction by Sotheby's Hong Kong

8.01 ct. fancy vivid blue diamond ring and a 5.03 ct. fancy vivid pink, both sold at auction by Sotheby's Hong Kong

The Steinmetz Pink diamond, discovered by De Beers in South Africa in 1999, weighs 59.60 carats and is a much-prized Fancy Vivid pink colour.

Pink diamonds: a modern history of one of the most valuable gems in the world

The Steinmetz Pink diamond, discovered by De Beers in South Africa in 1999, weighs 59.60 carats and is a much-prized Fancy Vivid pink colour.

The Pink Star is the largest internally flawless pink diamond.

The Pink Star is the largest internally flawless pink diamond.

Aurora Green Diamond - Largest Green Diamond to appear at the auctions!

Aurora Green Diamond - The Largest Vivid Green Diamond Ever

Aurora Green Diamond - Largest Green Diamond to appear at the auctions!

The Imperial Blue Diamond, coming in nicely at 39.31 Carats

The Imperial Blue Diamond, coming in nicely at 39.31 Carats

The Pink Sun Rise Diamond: Famous Large Diamonds - Chatelaine's Gemstones, Antiques and Appraisals Magazine

The Pink Sun Rise Diamond: Famous Large Diamonds - Chatelaine's Gemstones, Antiques and Appraisals Magazine

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