A 15.81-carat gem, dubbed “The Sakura,” fetched $29.3 million in Hong Kong to be…


A 15.81-carat gem, dubbed “The Sakura,” fetched $29.3 million in Hong Kong to become the most expensive purple-pink diamond ever to sell at auction. Named after the Japanese word for cherry blossom, it is the largest diamond of its kind to go under the hammer, according to Christie’s. The stone, which is set on a simple platinum ring, has been classed as internally flawless, meaning that any blemishes are only visible under close magnification. ⁠

(📸: Christie’s)



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