The DeYoung Red Diamond is one of the largest known natural fancy dark red diamonds. It is a modified round brilliant cut diamond that has a clarity grade of VS-2 and weighs 5.03 carats. The diamond was acquired by S. Sydney DeYoung, a Boston jeweler, as part of a collection of estate jewelry in which it was wrongly identified as a garnet. It was gifted to the National Gem Collection by Mr. DeYoung in 1987.
A former record breaker in the color diamond world, The Hancock Red is a 0.95-carat Fancy Purplish-Red stone. The diamond was originally purchased at auction in 1956 by Warren Hancock for $13,500. When it was put up for auction again in 1987, it sold for $926,000/carat. The previous per carat record for a diamond was $127,000/carat!
The-Moussaieff-Red-Diamond The price is $7,000,000.00. This astonishing gem is color red and has a definite size of 5.11 K or 1.022 grams. It has a cone shaped precisely cut that is appraised as striking red according to the intense observation and study of the American Gemological Institute. This gem is a little bit smaller compare to other highly valued diamond but according to the AGI, so far, it is the largest red diamond ever appraised.
Red Diamonds - ~$ 2 million per carat Though all colored diamonds are incredibly rare, none are more so than the red diamond. Less than 20 exist today and most weigh less than half a carat, however there are three that weigh over 5 carats with the biggest being the Moussaieff Red (5.11 carats).
This diamond is a brilliant red colour diamond with a triangular cut, and it is the largest diamond of that colour. It weighs about 5.11 carats and is currently in the possession of MoussaieffJewellers Ltd. It costs about $20 million. #expensivediamonds #luxurydiamonds #jewelry
A RARE UNMOUNTED COLORED DIAMOND The modified oval-cut fancy red diamond, weighing approximately 1.42 carats With report 2155749097 dated 7 May 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy red, natural color, VS2 clarity With Gem Identification and Authenticity Document 105759 dated 16 April 2014 from Argyle Pink Diamonds stating that the origin of this red diamond is from the Argyle Diamond Mine, Western Australia