The Darya-ye Noor (Persian for "Sea of Light"), is one of the largest diamonds in the world, weighing 182 carats (36.4 g). Its colour, pale pink, is one of the rarest to be found in diamonds. The Darya-ye Noor presently forms part of the Iranian crown jewels. It is considered one of the oldest diamonds known to man.
Nur-Ul-Ain is the main pale pink diamond of the tiara made for Empress Farah's wedding to the Shah of Iran, Moahammad Reza Shah Pahlavi in 1958 is designed by Harry Winston and mined at Golconda in India. It is one of the largest pink diamonds in the world, after the Darya-ye Noor. These two are the most celebrated diamonds among the Iranian crown jewels.
Nur-Ul-Ain in Persian and Arabic languages mean the light of the eye.
This diamond is believed to have been brought along with Darya-ye Noor from India. The Nur-Ul-Ain is an oval brilliant cut weighing around 60 carats. Nur-ul Ain is a type IIa diamond.
The tiara that contains Nur-Ul-Ain also has 324 diamonds on it.
70.20 carats, a flattened pear-shaped stone the size of a bantam's egg.
69.42 carats, it was found in 1966 in the Premier Mine in South Africa. The rough, which weighed 240.80 carats, was cut into a pear-shaped diamond. Richard Burton bought it and named this stone as a gift for Elizabeth Taylor.
55 carats, it was cut in a pear shape and was first owned by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, who lost it in a battle in 1477.
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45.52 carats, the ironically named HOPE diamond after it's purchaser, Henry Thomas Hope.
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20 carats, a peach coloured stone, named after the Queen of Holland, the Step-daughter of Napolean Bonaparte.