cushion-shaped love

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  • Colored diamonds have been setting many of the jewelry records: One, for " fancy intense " blue diamonds, fell in May, with an $8.03 million Sotheby ' s sale of a 7.64-carat cushion-shaped diamond.

    The Duchess of Windsor

  • At Christie's on Dec. 10, a historic, 17th-century, cushion-shaped, deep grayish-blue diamond brought the highest price ever paid for any jewel at auction when it fetched £16.4 million.

    New Strategies for an Uncertain Art-Market Climate

  • Associated Press RARE ROCK: In December, billionaire Laurence Graff paid $24.3 million for the Wittelsbach Diamond, a rare 35. 56-carat cushion-shaped blue diamond, at a Christie's auction in London.

    Photos of the Year, 2008

  • Associated Press In December, billionaire Laurence Graff paid $24.3 million for the Wittelsbach Diamond, a rare 35. 56-carat cushion-shaped blue diamond, at a Christie's auction in London.

    The Biggest Buys of 2008

  • The Jubilee is a colorless cushion-shaped diamond with a weight of 245.35 carats.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The Red Cross is canary yellow cushion-shaped diamond with weight of 205.07 carats.

    10 Largest Diamonds in the World

  • The Jubilee is a colorless cushion-shaped diamond with a weight of 245.35 carats.

    10 Largest Diamonds in the World

  • The Red Cross is canary yellow cushion-shaped diamond with weight of 205.07 carats.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The result is uniform brilliance—unheard of in a cushion-shaped diamond.

    THE DIAMOND

  • The result is uniform brilliance—unheard of in a cushion-shaped diamond.

    THE DIAMOND

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