The Blue Heart Diamond
The Blue Heart Diamond dates back to 1909 when it was originally cut by French jeweller Atanik Eknayan of Paris from a 100.5 carat rough blue diamond. The jeweller cut the diamond into a 30.62 heart-shaped brilliant cut diamond. The diamond was set in a pendant and originally purchased by French jeweller Pierre Cartier in 191, then acquired by Van Cleef & Arpels in 1953 and in 1999 he diamond was purchased by Harry Winston.
Wittelsbach-Graff” Blue Diamond
The Wittelsbach-Graff” Blue Diamond is a fancy deep blue diamond weighing 31.06 carats with internally flawless clarity. The diamond was purchased in 2008 for £16.4 million by Laurence Graff. Graff announced in 2010 he had the diamond cut to remove all flaws making it 4 carats lighter – some have said that the diamond is now unrecognizable. The diamond originates from Indian mines in 1664.