A piece of diamond history

  26.12.2018 Lifestyle

One year after acquiring Lesedi La Rona, the largest rough diamond found since 1905, Graff recently presented the first satellite stones.

A satellite is something that is separated from something else but nevertheless dependent and is the perfect image to describe the stones cut from Lesedi La Rona. While they are unique pieces of jewelry by themselves, they will also carry a part of gemological history for generations.

The first diamonds have been set into classic Graff jewels designed to celebrate their extraordinary provenance. More than 60 diamonds, ranging in size from under a carat to in excess of 100 carats, are anticipated. Each creation will be numbered and certified as well as bear a laser inscription invisible to the naked eye to vouch for the legacy of Lesedi La Rona.


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