Alexander Pushkin (diamond)
|Weight||320.65 carats (64.130 g)|
|Country of origin||Soviet Union.|
|Mine of origin||Udachnaya pipe|
|Original owner||Soviet state.|
|Owner||Russian Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin.|
|Estimated value||Never put on sale.|
The Alexander Pushkin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Пу́шкин) is a 320.65 carat colorless raw diamond, the second largest gem diamond ever found in Russia or the territory of the former USSR (after the 26th Congress of the CPSU), and one of the largest in the world as of 2016. It was mined at the Udachnaya kimberlitic pipe (Yakutia, Far Eastern Federal District) in December 1989 and named after the world-famous Russian writer Alexander Pushkin. It is kept in the Russian Diamond Fund (Moscow Kremlin.)
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