World’s largest pinkish solid approaching to fetch adult to $30 million during auction


LONDON (Reuters) – “The Pink Raj”, an heated pinkish solid described by experts as a world’s largest, is approaching to fetch adult to $30 million when it is auctioned in Geneva subsequent month.

The stone, that weighs only over 37 carats, was displayed by auction residence Sotheby’s in London this week.

“It is a smashing shape. It is a pillow mutated diamond, with a lot of brilliance, a lot of facets, when we pierce it around and arrange of have it on your finger,” Sotheby’s comparison valuables dilettante Daniela Mascetti told Reuters.

The severe solid was mined in 2015 and is being auctioned by an unknown owner. Previous sales for smaller pinkish diamonds have yielded some-more than $1 million per carat during auction.

A 24.78 carat heated pinkish solid sole for some-more than $46 million – a record cost per carat for pinkish diamonds – in Nov 2010 in Geneva.

Writing by Mark Hanrahan in London; Editing by Robin Pomeroy


About Author

Leave A Reply