Pink Agra Diamond Replica Cubic Zirconia
Agra diamond is one of large pink color diamonds in the world and dates back to the 15th century India. The diamond originally belonged to the family of the Rajah of Gwalior, who was slain in battle when the Moghuls conquered the city of Agra, for which the stone is named. The Agra was graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) as a naturally colored Fancy Light Pink, VS2 clarity diamond. It measured 21.10 by 19.94 by 11.59 mm and weighed 32.34 carats. It was expected to fetch £1,500,000 but after fierce bidding it sold for £4,070,000 (about $6.9 million). The winning bid was made by telephone and came from the SIBA Corporation of Hong Kong, the same company that owns the Allnatt Diamond. The total value of the gems and jewelry sold at this record auction was £12,900,000. Since that appearance the Agra has been recut to a modified cushion shape (and judging by photos, most likely a stellar brilliant cut) weighing 28.15 carats. We also have another pink diamonds replicas included Great Table Diamond , Nur-al-Ain , Daria-i-Noor and Hortensia Diamond. If you are interested in famous gemstones replicas, please feel free to contact us.
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