LEIBISH’s Most Important Diamonds

As symbols of passion, royalty, and everlasting love, diamonds hold a special place in every person’s heart. So often presented in the most special of occasions, nine times out of ten diamonds represent the most important memories we have.

LEIBISH is proud to have been given the opportunity to take part in these memories by presenting some of the most beautiful fancy colored diamonds into the market.

Many have read about other famous diamonds, but the ten most important diamonds Leibish has sold over the past few years are described below.

2+ carat Fancy Grayish Blue, Emerald


To be perfectly honest, the image of this stone does not give it the justice it deserves. Gazing at this Grayish Blue diamond in person is a remarkable experience. This squared, 2+ carat Fancy Grayish Blue , cut-cornered, Emerald-shaped diamond was sold to a private collector in 2009.


 2+ Carat Fancy Grayish Blue Emerald

 2+ Carat Fancy Grayish Blue Emerald

 2+ Carat, Fancy Grayish Blue, Cut-Cornered Emerald-Shaped Diamond 


3+ carat, Fancy Grayish Blue, Cushion

This stone is one of the many reasons secondary hues are not always a negative addition to a stone. An absolutely stunning 3+ carat, Fancy Grayish Blue, Cushion-shape diamond that was sold in 2009.


 3+ Fancy Grayish Blue Cushion

3+ Carat, Fancy Grayish Blue, Cushion-shaped Diamond

 3+ Carat Fancy Greyish Blue Cushion Together with 2+ Carat Fancy Grayish Blue Emerald

Both the Fancy Grayish Blue Cushion Shape and the Fancy Grayish Blue Emerald



3+ carat, Fancy Vivid Blue, Pear shape

There is no question why so many compare the color blue with royalty. As one of the rarest of the fancy colored diamond family, this pear shaped stone is truly fit for a queen. This 3+ carat, Fancy Vivid Blue, Pear-shaped diamond was sold in 2008.


 3+ Carat Fancy Vivid Blue Pear Held in Hand

 3+ Carat Fancy Vivid Blue Pear

 3+ Carat, Fancy Vivid Blue, Pear Shaped Diamond Held in Hand

Read more about the this extremely rare and incredibly enticing natural blue diamond color.

4+ carat, Fancy Purplish Pink, Cushion

Pink is passion! This beautiful 4+ carat, Fancy Purplish Pink, Cushion-shaped diamond has a true feminine color. The color already is extremely rare, and on top of that this stone has an internally flawless clarity grade. This prize was actually quite recently sold in 2011.


 4+ Carat Fancy Purplish Pink IF Cushion4+ Carat Fancy Purplish Pink IF Cushion
4+ Carat, Fancy Purplish Pink, Cushion Shaped Diamond

5+ carat, Fancy Intense Pink, Oval

One of the rarest fancy colors in the world. This 5+ carat, Fancy Intense Pink diamond was mined in Golconda, India. It was polished down to a perfect oval diamond with a VS2 clarity grade and sold in 2010.


Read more about natural pink diamonds and why this color is so incredibly rare.

5+ carat, Fancy Grayish-Green, Heart Shape, Chameleon

Not only was this 7.5+ carat, Fancy Grayish-Green, Heart-shaped Chameleon diamond so admirable as a result of the size, but a Chameleon with only one secondary hue is quite hard to come by. This rare beauty was sold in 2007. A similar 8.88-carat, Fancy Grayish Green Chameleon stone was recently sold in Christie's Hong Kong auction, on the 29th of November, for USD $590,341.00.


 7+ Carat Heart Shaped Chameleon

7+ Carat, Fancy Grayish Green, Heart-Shaped Chameleon Diamond

Read more about the miraculous phenomenon of natural chameleon diamonds.

14+ carat, Fancy Blue, Emerald

This magnificent pure 14+ carat, Fancy Blue, Emerald diamond, contained absolutely no gray sub-tones. Leibish sold this one-of-a-kind diamond back in 2006.


 14+ Ctarat Fancy Blue Rectangular Emerald

 14+ Ctarat Fancy Blue Rectangular Emerald

 14+ Carat, Fancy Blue, Emerald

24+ Carat, Fancy Vivid Yellow, Radiant

This stunning piece of work was polished into a fancy shape that really enables the color of the stone to glow magnificently. This whopping 24+ carat, Radiant-cut diamond Fancy Vivid Yellow, sold in 2010.


 24+ Carat Fancy Vivid Yellow Radiant

 24+ Carat Fancy Vivid Yellow Radiant

 24+ Carat, Fancy Vivid Yellow, Radiant

30+ Carat, Fancy Vivid Yellow, Radiant 

A blazing 30+ carat, Fancy Vivid Yellow diamond with a VS2 clarity grade. As shocking as this might sound, Leibish actually sold this diamond twice! He originally sold it in 2007, just before the prices began to sky rocket. He purchased it back less than a year later at a much more expensive price and then sold it again in 2008.


 30+ Carat Fancy Vivid Yellow VS2

30+ Carat, Fancy Vivid Yellow, Square-cut, Emerald Diamond with a VS2 Clarity

42+ Carat,  Fancy Intense Yellow , Emerald

This particular stone is noteworthy for its magnificent aesthetic color. This cut-cornered, Emerald, Fancy Intense Yellow diamond of 42+ carats is exceptional for both its size and color intensity. In 2007 a similar stone was sold in Christie’s Hong Kong for over USD $1,000,000.


 42+ Carat Fancy Intense Yellow Emerald

42+ Carat, Fancy Intense Yellow, Cut-Cornered, Emerald Diamond

Read more about natural yellow diamonds and find out why they are so popular and powerful in today's market.

The ten stones discussed in this article all have an extremely tangible value. Each is one is a true collector’s item and will be cherished by their owners for many years to come.

Leibish continues to sell some of the most amazing stones in the market today. Have a look at our stock, you might be surprised at what you see!

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