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Aurora Pyramid of Hope

Dec 24th, 2012

Aurora Pyramid of Hope

A symbol of hope.

The Aurora Pyramid of Hope is the most comprehensive natural color diamond collection in the world and represents a collection of 296 diamonds weighing a total of 267.45 carat.

All the colors of the spectrum that diamonds produce are represented in various shapes, saturation and modifiers including blue diamonds, pink diamonds, red diamonds, green diamonds, orange diamonds, purple diamonds, violet diamonds, yellow diamonds, olive diamonds and brown diamonds. Also represented are color changing chameleon diamonds. Aurora

Pyramid of Hope was put together by Alan Bronstein and Harry Rodman over 25 years.

As of 2012 Aurora Pyramid of Hope is on display at The Natural History Museum of London.

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