If you’ve got cash to spare, leave some of it at this diamantaire’s booth in exchange for some of the rarest diamond finds in Las Vegas
At booth 1605 you’ll find a 6.32 ct. fancy intense pink pear-shape diamond in a bubble gum shade—“the sweetest shade of pink,” explains Ron Arbusman, manager of the brand’s New York City office. “It’s the tone of the color that’s key, since there are so many shades of pink. But this is a true pink. It’s always about the tone in fancies.”
The origin of the stone is currently unknown, but one thing is certain: A pink of this color in this size is extremely rare. Another sure thing: This stone will one day go to auction for big bucks.
“Of all the diamonds in the world, only two percent are fancy colors,” adds Arbusman. “Of those, about five percent are pinks and even fewer are this size.”
Got a mile-wide open to buy? Nab this pink and a few other fun finds at the A.A. Rachminov booth: a matched pair of 10 ct. square emerald-cut colorless diamonds, a 20 ct. colorless oval diamond, a 50 ct. cushion-cut D-color diamond, and a matched pair of 10 cts. t.w. vivid yellow radiant-cut diamonds.
The 6.32 ct. fancy intense bubble-gum pink pear-shape diamond
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