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Diamond Art Work : The Aurora Butterfly of Peace Diamond Collection

We all know that diamonds are beautiful objects that are usually worn in magnificent jewellery pieces, but check out this art work constructed with stunning, rare fancy coloured diamonds that took twelve years to make.       The Aurora Butterfly of Peace diamond collection is a famous piece of art work, made purely of naturally found fancy coloured diamonds in a variety of stunning colours. The diamond art work beautifully consists  of 240 fancy coloured diamonds that combined together weigh a167 in diamond carat weight. The diamonds are arranged in a mosaic shaped butterfly with the connotation by artists Alan Bronstein and Harry Rodman of love, beauty, energy, nature and peace – symbolising the spiritual connection between the naturally formed diamonds found deep under the earth’s services to all mankind.   This magnificent display of fancy coloured diamonds was last on display in 2008 at the Museum of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). Due to the rareness of discovering fancy coloured diamonds this piece took the artists 12 years to make. But it’s no wonder the art work took 12 years to complete, as there are rare and unusual colour diamonds including lime green diamonds from Brazil purples diamonds from Russia, blues and orange diamonds from South Africa as well as  violets and dozens of pink diamonds from Australia
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