Diamonds have been existing even before the age of dinosaurs. Isn’t that fascinating? Diamonds have the ability to attract everyone to them and how? Well, who wouldn’t like to look at something that is drop-dead gorgeous!
For all the diamond enthusiasts out there, let us today look at the most royal diamonds that have been found in the past and made a remarkable existence. If you find any one of them absolutely eye-catching, you can also get them custom-made from lab-grown diamond brands like New World Diamonds. Talking about lab diamonds, you can buy colored diamonds online and add them to your stunning collection!
Now, we will be looking into some royal diamond collections from all over the world. Some of them are still owned by the royals while some have ended up in many hands. But, they do have one thing in common, which is, major, major sparkle! So, let’s dive right into the list!
- The Stuart Diamond
This is a stunning light blue-green diamond that is about 39.75 carats. The history of this diamond began at the English Court of King William III and Queen Mary. This diamond is said to be one of the most important pieces in the Dutch Royal Collection. For almost a century now, it has been set in the tiara worn by Queen Juliana. But, it hasn’t been seen in public for decades.
- The Golden Jubilee Diamond
This yellow-brown diamond is known as the largest cut diamond in the world. It is about 545.67 carats. This gorgeous diamond was offered as a golden jubilee gift to the late King Bhumibol of Thailand and is still a part of the Thai Crown Jewel Collection to date.
- The Darya-i-Noor Diamond
The name says it all for us, doesn’t it? As royal as it sounds, this diamond is from the Crown Jewel collection of Iran. It is an alluring pink diamond that had quite a few eyes on it and why not! The meaning of the name means “Sea of Light ''. It weighs about 182 carats. Today, it is on the display at the Central Bank in Tehran.
- The Regent Diamond
This diamond was mined in India and was later sold to Phillipe (Duke of Orleans) by Thomas Pitt. It weighs around 140.64 carats and was worn by various French kings. At the moment, it is on the display in the Louvre Museum in Paris.
So, these were some of the most royal and famous diamonds in the history of diamonds. If you are a fan of any of these, get yourself a customized diamond from New World Diamonds. They have a huge collection of the best lab-grown diamonds. It is one of the most renowned lab-grown diamond brands in the industry. You can also buy pink diamond and more from them and customize your jewelry.