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Blue diamonds are definitely amongst the rarest precious stones in the world and are incredibly valuable. Some exceptional blue diamonds even carry an intense history with them. Read more about this special hue with a special charm here.
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1.50 carat diamond gradient bracelet in yellow goldFrom € 3.940 (excl. VAT)
0.90 carat solitaire diamond ring in platinum with six prongsFrom € 1.450 (excl. VAT)
0.30 carat diamond stackable alliance in yellow gold with marquise designFrom € 1.200 (excl. VAT)
0.75 carat diamond creole earrings in yellow goldFrom € 3.340 (excl. VAT)
0.90 carat white golden solitaire pendant with round diamondFrom € 2.150 (excl. VAT)
All coloured diamonds have their colour due to the presence of impurities, yet they are more valuable than colourless diamonds.
How many shades of blue diamonds are there?
Blue diamonds repeatedly raised record amounts in recent years
Rarity of the blue diamond
Top-3 most famous blue diamonds
- The Hope diamond: The Hope diamond is undeniably the most famous blue diamond. The diamond was mined in India in the 1600s. A Frenchman bought the diamond and sold it to Louis XIV.
This diamond is said to carry a curse that brings bad luck to its owner. The blue precious stone of 45.52 carats is currently kept at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
- The Wittelsbach-Graff diamond: This diamond was also mined in India in the 1600s and weighs 31.06 carats. Throughout history, the Wittelsbach-Graff had been part of both the Austrian and Bavarian crown jewels. The current owner is a former emir of Qatar who paid more than $80 million for it.
- The Heart of Eternity: This blue diamond of 27.64 carats was found in the Premier Mine in South Africa and was shown to the public by De Beers in January 2000 at the London Millennium Dome. Whoever owns it currently is a well-kept secret.
We buy our diamonds directly from the source, allowing you to buy our jewellery 30% to 50% cheaper online. Our value for money ratio is therefore excellent, also for diamonds for investment purposes.
If you buy diamond jewellery, you obviously want to be able to enjoy it right away. Jewellery from the standard collection are usually delivered within 1 to 10 working days. For tailor-made jewellery, you should take a delivery period of 4 working weeks into account.
All our jewellery is made by true craftsmen in Antwerp, the diamond city per excellence. That means you can be sure of getting the highest quality.
Choose blue diamond jewellery at BAUNAT and be amazed by the unprecedented charm and value of this coloured diamond.