The world's largest yellow diamond “Golden Canary” will be sold at auction
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The world's largest flawless diamond weighing 303.10 carats will be sold at an auction in New York.
Dubai, as part of its world tour, showed the world's largest flawless diamond weighing 303.10 carats. The Times Of Oman writes about this.
The diamond, named “Golden Canary” due to its yellow color, will also travel to Taipei, Hong Kong and Geneva, and then arrive in New York for sale on December 7 as part of Sotheby's New York Magnificent Jewels.
According to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), the yellow diamond weighs 303.10 carats, making it the largest flawless diamond.
It starts at $15 million. It will go under the hammer with no reserve price, which means it will sell for the highest price they can offer.
Now the Canary is cut in the shape of a pear, but since its opening it has accepted various forms.
A rough diamond was discovered in the early 1980s in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the backyard of a house near a diamond mining site.
It was found in a pile of rubble by a young girl who was playing in her uncle's garden. The rough diamond weighed 890 carats, making it one of the largest in the world.