The Florentine Diamond. Once the great yellow diamond of the Medici Family, this historic Indian stone is light yellow in color with a very slight green overtone and is fashioned in the form of an irregular, nine-sided, one double rose cut. It carats.
It’s definitely not your average state park: Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park is full of diamonds and other semi-precious stones free for the taking. Ready to go gem hunting? Here’s how to find diamonds in the park.
North India: Carved emerald, pearl, enamel and gold ring century). The Mughal emperors and other Indian princely families had a passion for precious stones and pearls. And among the stones most prized were emeralds, particularly carved emeralds.