Why this green diamond is so rare

Why this green diamond is so rare

Green diamonds are becoming even more popular than white, yellow or pink, which is why this new David Morris ring is so desirable with its princess-cut 3.04 carat green diamond, estimated to be worth €8 million. With just days to go before haute couture fashion week, traditionally held in in Paris’ Place Vendôme, David Morris has already unveiled a flash of brilliance The British house’s new Rare & Precious line will include lagoon-blue Paraïba tourmaline, Colombian emeralds and cut diamonds, as well as an ultra-rare green diamond The gem, which you can only find in South Africa, boasts 304 carats and is earning titles – VS2 and fancy intense, giving it a star-status and estimated worth of €8 million. More

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