Sotheby’s jewelry auction just got even more exciting with drama and unexpected turn of events! This Fall, one of the most expensive blue diamond is now on sale. A pre-sale estimated value of $55 million, this luscious blue sparkler has already created a buzz amongst jewelry enthusiasts worldwide. Future buyer will set a new world record for priciest blue diamond purchased.

Blue Moon diamond, as its being popularly referred to, is touted as one of the largest cushion shaped fancy vivid blue diamond to ever appear on an auction block. ‘Once in a blue moon’ is a complete diamond stunner, initially weighing approximately 29.93 carats when first discovered, and eventually was reduced to 12.03 carats post transformation.

Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has officially described as ‘fancy vivid blue’ and internally flawless (highest rating of GIA for blue diamonds),

Ready to become most famous diamond, the cushion cut Blue Moon is a product from Cullinan mines found in South Africa. This mine is known as a major source for blue diamonds, and has produced some most exquisite rare pieces. No wonder, we keenly await Sotheby’s auction, which will take place in Geneva on November11, 2015.


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What are your thoughts in regards to ‘Blue Moon’? Do you think it’s worth $55 Million, and why? What is your favorite blue diamond jewelry design? Let us know in comment section below. We look forward to hearing from you.

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