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Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Steinmetz Pink

Steinmetz Pink Diamond
Photo by NMNH Photo Services. Click to zoom.

Loaned for exhibit by The Steinmetz Group.

This oval gem is internally flawless and is the largest vivid pink diamond known. Because of its significance, experts from The Steinmetz Group took 20 months to cut it. The diamond was unveiled to the public on May 29, 2003 at a ceremony in Monaco.

From South Africa, the Steinmetz Pink weighs 59.60 carats.



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