Hope diamond


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Hope diamond

largest blue diamond known; believed to bring bad luck. [Western Culture: EB, V: 126]
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The Hope Diamond, Cursed Objects, and Unexplained Artifacts.
The Hope Diamond weighing 67 carats is now with the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
It has also used historical gemstones, like the Jonker, the Lesotho, the Taylor-Burton, and the legendary Hope Diamond.
No doubt that this is because people are a self-interested lot, and while most of us are happy to please the people we love and value, it's hard to extend ourselves to our inconsistent doorman, buy a nice Secret Santa present for mysterious Marv in IT, or go the extra mile for sour Aunt Cynthia, who would be unimpressed if you gave her the Hope Diamond.
I saw the Hope diamond, but it didn't touch the K22 in beauty.
The Hope Diamond Curse The dazzling blue Hope Diamond is the size of a walnut, weighs 115 carats and is worth more than a quarter of a billion dollars.
She wanted to decode the secret of the Codex and obtain the twin Hope diamond.
However, as with the Hope Diamond, it comes with a curse: as the distance increases, the oversight of the EMA in Europe and FDA in the U.
29 ( ANI ): Researchers have unveiled a newly found secret of the Hope diamond, which was brought from India in the 17th century.
Attractions include Dorothy's ruby red slippers from The Wizard of Oz, the original Star-Spangled Banner, the Hope Diamond, the Wright brothers' 1903 Flyer, the Spirit of St.
Take a peek at the legendary Hope diamond in the Natural History Museum, one of the world's most-visited museums.
She swept floors for starvation wages, found fame with her golden voice and brass manners, fought for her rights and her citizenship, and was showered with jewels, including the Hope diamond, by a bevy of international admirers--not always in that order.