The pink diamond has often been called “The Queen of Diamonds.”
For centuries its rare and regal beauty has been coveted by royalty for crown jewels and museum-worthy collections. The famed Dary-I-Noor pink diamond, for instance, is part of the Iranian Crown Jewels collection. The Condé Pink diamond, which once belonged to Louis XIII, now resides in the Château de Chantilly. And the Williamson Pink diamond, gifted to Queen Elizabeth in 1947, is to this day one of the monarch’s favorite jewels.