Marilyn Monroe Shines in the Moon of Baroda



The tale of the Moon of Baroda spans centuries and continents, and—like any famous diamond worth its salt—has a curse that threatens its wearer. The 24.04 ct. canary yellow pear-shape stone adorned Marilyn Monroe’s neck as she promoted Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and its anthem, “Diamonds Are a

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