Did you know that the Cullinan Diamond weighed a staggering 3,106.75 carats, which was approximately three quarters of a kilo!!? Or that the Hope Diamond has a legacy that it is cursed? This infographic explores the world’s most incredible diamonds, looking at their exquisite qualities and fascinating histories.
The infographic* below was created by Jeff Gear (gearjewellers.ie/) of Gear Jewellers, a jewellery retailer in Dublin, Ireland.
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