Sotheby’s showcases “out of the world” diamond

Sotheby’s showcases “out of the world” diamond
Sotheby’s showcases “out of the world” diamond
auction In February in London.

Sotheby’s expects to sell the diamond for at least five million pounds ($6.8 million). The auction house intends to accept Cryptocurrency As a possible payment method as well.

Sophie Stevens, a jewelry specialist at دار سوذبيز For the Associated Press, the number five holds great significance for the diamond, which also has 55 sides.

She explained that: "The design of the diamond is inspired by the Middle Eastern symbol in the shape of the palm (the five), which is a sign of strength and protection".

Width: "So there is a nice idea of ​​the number five attached to all over the diamond".

Stevens also said that the black diamond was likely from outer space.

Width: "Under the carbon diamonds, we believe they were formed from the origins of extraterrestrial, with collision meteorites Earth, and either formed from the discharge of chemical vapors or came from the meteorites themselves".

It is reported that black diamonds are also known as "Carbonado"It is extremely rare and is only found naturally in Brazil and Central Africa.

The theory of cosmic origin is based on Carbon isotopes and high hydrogen content.

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The rare gem was shown Monday to reporters as part of a tour of and Los Angeles before being shown in auction In February in London.

Sotheby’s expects to sell the diamond for at least five million pounds ($6.8 million). The auction house intends to accept Cryptocurrency As a possible payment method as well.

Sophie Stevens, a jewelry specialist at دار سوذبيز For the Associated Press, the number five holds great significance for the diamond, which also has 55 sides.

She explained: “The design of the diamond is inspired by the Middle Eastern symbol in the shape of the palm of the hand (the five), which is a sign of strength and protection.”

“So there’s a nice idea of ​​the number five attached to all over the diamond,” she added.

Stevens also said that the black diamond was likely from outer space.

She added, “With carbon diamonds, we believe they were formed from origins of… extraterrestrial, with collision meteorites Earth, and either formed from the discharge of chemical vapors or came from the meteorites themselves.

It is noteworthy that black diamonds, also known as “carbonado”, are extremely rare, and are found naturally only in Brazil and Central Africa.

The theory of cosmic origin is based on Carbon isotopes and high hydrogen content.

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