Pink diamonds are in limited supply, so they tend to really make a statement. Here are some of the most spectacular pink diamonds in history.
The Daria-i-Noor is one of the largest cut diamonds in the world: It weighs around 182 carats and came from the Kollur mine in Andhra Pradesh, India.
Over the centuries, it has exchanged hands many times across different cultures. Currently, the diamond is part of the Iranian crown jewels.
CTF Pink Star
De Beers in Africa found this pink 132.5 carat rough diamond in 1999. Over 2 years, the Pink Star was cut and polished into a perfect, 59.6 carat flawless vivid pink diamond.
Originally named the "Steinmetz Pink" for the diamond company that bought it, it sold at auction in April 2017 for a whopping $71.2 million. The purchaser was Hong Kong jeweler, Chow Tai Fook. The diamond was then renamed the "CTF Pink Star" for the company's founder.
The CTF Pink Star will be known for many years for its record auction price and incredibly rare and perfect beauty