The Victoria-Transvaal is a 67.89 carat stone, brownish-yellow pear-shaped. Which fell from a crystal of 240 carats was discovered in Transvaal, South Africa. The first cut produced a 75 carat stone of the 116-facet measures 1 x 1 ³ / 8 inches, a recutting retained the same length and width, but reduces the depth better proportions, making it lighter. The diamond was found in several Hollywood films, including a Tarzan episode appeared in 1952 titled Tarzan's Savage Fury, and in major exhibitions in the United States and Canada.

The chain of the brothers Tree Gold, Inc. was developed, and consists of a yellow gold chain with 66 round diamonds of ten drops of reasons cut surrounded each group two marquise diamonds, a pear-shaped diamond and round diamonds (total weight of the 106 diamonds 45 carats). The setting of these stones makes them look like little angels! The necklace was donated by Leonard and Victoria Wilkinson in 1977 at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
Other colored diamonds in the Smithsonian Collection include the 8.30-carat diamond Shepard. This stone is from South Africa and was captured acquired by the Smithsonian Museum, in exchange for a collection of small diamonds that had been as contraband by customs authorities of the United States. Diamond is the name of the Smithsonian employee who helped facilitate the transaction.

A rare red diamond is in the Smithsonian as well. This is the De Young Red, a 5.03 carat diamond cut bright red. The most important aspects of the crown-shaped kite is divided into two halves, so brilliant and more brilliant than a standard round cut. The stone is not pure red but has a slightly brown, they seem like a fine red garnet and indeed, if they make a purchase such a sale.

Red Diamond is the third in the world, after the Moussaieff Red (5.11 carats) and the Red Diamond (5.05 carats).

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