The Golden Jubilee

(Weight: 545.67 Carats, 109.13g)

Golden Jubilee Diamond

(The Golden Jubilee Diamond)

Now here, we introduced the largest diamond of the world “The Golden Jubilee” this diamond was found in the Premier Mine in South Africa in 1985. Rough diamond was weighed 755 carats of yellow diamond. This yellow diamond transformed into a fire rose Cushion cut diamond with a weight of 545.67, but still no one has given a name to this diamond so it usually called as an “Unnamed diamond”. The unnamed diamond was presented to the king of Thailand in 1997 for his 50th anniversary of coronation (A golden jubilee) where this diamond gets his name “The Golden Jubilee Diamond”. Currently it’s owned by Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej and located in the Royal Thai Palace as a part of the Crown Jewels. The golden jubilee is currently estimated around $4-$12 million.


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