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October 11, 2020
Graff has just launched a unique "flower" theme brooch, rare inlaid with nearly 300 natural pink diamonds with a total weight of 17ct, paying tribute to Graff's nearly 40-year history of pink diamond jewelry.
The detailed design of this brooch is full of ingenuity. It consists of 2 flowers in total. The stamen of each flower is inlaid with a bright cut round colorless diamond. The petals and leaves are inlaid with pink diamonds as a foil. You can see the delicate The flower stems are intertwined with each other to create a rich sense of layering; there is also a spring structure hidden under the petals, which vibrates gently with the wearer's movements, like a breeze blowing by.
The history of Graff's pink diamond jewelry began in the 1980s, when the Argyle mine in Australia was just put into operation and was the most important source of pink diamonds for Graff. The Argyle mine will be closed at the end of 2020, and pink diamonds will become scarcer and more expensive in the future.
In addition to pink diamond jewelry, you can also see many large-particle pink diamonds in the Graff diamond collection, such as the 70.39ct drop-shaped pink diamond "The Empress Rose" and the 23.88ct cushion-shaped pink diamond "Graff Pink", the latter of which was in 2010 Set a diamond auction record for 46 million US dollars in the year.