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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29 ( ANI ): Researchers have unveiled a newly found secret of the Hope diamond, which was brought from India in the 17th century.
She wanted to decode the secret of the Codex and obtain the twin Hope diamond.
Now the gem - four times the size of the famous Hope diamond - is tucked away in the vaults of Guinea's Central Bank.
A woman pushes the Hope diamond in a shopping cart.
DeMille, New Yorker cartoonist Peter Arno, actress Dorothy Lamour and Evelyn Walsh McLean, owner of the Hope diamond.
28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Big Fish, the world's largest producer of casual games, collaborated with the Smithsonian on a history-based adventure game called Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond based on the Smithsonian Institution National Musuem of Natural History's Hope Diamond.
This extremely rare precious stone has been placed on a very short list of the world's most famous gems in history by experts in the field, along with: the Logan Sapphire, the Hope Diamond, the Golden Jubilee, the Alan Caplan Ruby, and the Cullinan Diamond.
It is the Hope Diamond of local fly fishermen, crystal-clear and of inestimable value.
And it would just about stretch to cover the cost of the Hope Diamond which has an estimated value of around EUR174million.
Blue diamonds, including the famous Hope Diamond at the Smithsonian, conduct electricity.
Trainer Nick Williams, who won the Challow with a fiveyear-old - his Ladbrokes World Hurdle hope Diamond Harry 12 months ago - runs JCB Triumph Hurdle sixth Reve De Sivola, who is one of only two runners with Grade 2-winning form.
Less well known than celebrity gems like the Hope Diamond, the giant Sancy, mined in India at an unknown date before it reached Europe in the late 14th century, adorned the crowns of several French royals and was worn as a lucky hatpin by King James I of England.