Spirit of de Grisogono Diamond
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|Weight||312.24 carats (62.448 g)|
|Country of origin||Central African Republic|
|Cut by||Fawaz Gruosi|
|Original owner||De Grisogono|
The Spirit of de Grisogono is the world's largest cut black diamond and the world's fifth largest diamond overall. Starting at an uncut weight of 587 carats (117.4 g), it was taken from its origin in western Central African Republic and cut by Swiss jeweler De Grisogono. The resulting mogul-cut diamond weighs 312.24 carats (62.448 g) and is set in a white gold ring with 702 smaller white diamonds totaling 36.69 carats (7.338 g). The ring is said to have been sold.
- Sybarites. "Spirit of De Grisogono, The Worlds Largest Black Diamond". Retrieved Sept. 27, 2007.
- Peora. "The Spirit of De Grisogono". Retrieved Sept. 27, 2007.