What makes my pink diamonds so special?
Pink diamonds are held in high esteem as one of the rarest varieties of diamond in the world, making the extremely valuable and coveted.
They come in a range of shades including grey, purple and brown. The purer the pink of your diamond, the higher the value it usually has.
One of the most famous pink diamonds ever was the Daria-i-Noor, weighing in at 186 carats. This ancient stone originated in India and is currently part of the Iranian crown jewels. It is believed to have been cut from the legendary Great Table Diamond.
Another famous gem that was reputed to have been fashioned from the Great Table Diamond is the 60-carat Noor-ul-Ain. This stunning gem formed the centerpiece of Iranian Empress Farah Pahlavi’s wedding tiara in 1958, where it was complemented by pink, yellow and colorless diamonds.
How can my pink diamonds help me get a loan in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles area?
By owning pink diamonds, it goes without saying that you have excellent taste, and also have at your disposal a valuable asset that can be traded against a useful cash loan.
The recent history of pink diamonds at auction shows remarkable results, proving just how coveted these enchanting jewels are.
In April 2017 the 59.6 carat Pink Star diamond sold for 71.2 million USD, reaching a record for a pink diamond. This oval-cut gem was categorised as “flawless” by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America).
Meanwhile, in November 2018 the Pink Legacy, described as “the Leonardo da Vinci of diamonds”, fetched 50 million USD. This beautiful jewel was exceptional for having the most intense pink color with no hint of any other hue and being extremely pure.
If you have your pink diamonds valued with a view to sell it or obtaining a loan, you will find that certain factors will have an influence on the sum attributed to them. As previously mentioned, the purer or more intense their pink shade, the higher their value.
And as you would imagine, the higher the carat, the more valuable your diamond or diamonds will be.