Natural Fancy Green Diamonds
- Natural Fancy Color Green Diamonds are second only to Fancy Red Diamonds in rarity, and as such they are highly valued.
- Important Green Diamonds are so elusive they rarely come to market, and when they do they are prized by collectors, connoisseurs and investors from around the world.
- The 41-carat Dresden Green is the most famous of all Natural Fancy Green Diamonds, often referred to as the cousin of the Hope Diamond for its historical importance and provenance.
- In 2009, a 2.52-carat Fancy Vivid Green Diamond sold at Sotheby’s Geneva for $3.08 million, a world-record $1.2 million per carat.
The Deco Green. Only a few green diamonds weighing more than a carat have come to auction in the last decade. This important Fancy Vivid Bluish Green is an exceptional example of color saturation and clarity (VS2). Surrounded by 1.31 carats of Argyle Pink diamonds, the emerald-cut stone evokes the best of the Art Deco era. GIA certified.