Diamond & Jewellery Chat at the House of Monroe Yorke
357 carat rough diamond found at Letšeng mine in Botswana is crafted into a 118.78 carat D colour, type II A, Flawless heart shaped diamond by Graff
As we celebrate Easter this year, it’s time to throwback to Russian royalty for the ultimate Easter inspiration in gold, diamonds and gems. Easter is traditionally the time for chocolate easter eggs and no one has made eggs any more beautiful than the legenedary Russian jeweller, Peter Carl Fabergé. Fabergé created only 50 exquisitely decorated eggs that the Russian Royal family gave as extravagant Easter gifts to their friends and family. The bejewelled & intricate eggs that Fabergé created for the Russian royalty are called the ‘Imperial’ eggs. Fabergé also made eggs for other wealthy clients but these do not have the coveted “Imperial” title.
Looking for a reputable and trusted jeweller in Brisbane well known for creating quintessential pieces of exquisitely crafted custom made jewellery for the modern Australian woman? Look no further than Monroe Yorke Diamonds located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. Make an appointment to see us today to discuss your jewellery needs.
A design masterpiece by Cartier. A 64 carat internally flawless, colourless D colour diamond surrounded by precision cut rock crystals (water-clear crystal quatz)
A family of five rare exceptional blue diamonds unearthed from the Cullinan mine in South Africa. The diamonds range in size from 25.75 to 9.61 carats. The Letlapa Tala Collection sold at auction in November 2020 for US$40.36 million (AU$53 million).
How things are done in 2021. Shailene Woodley announced her engagement to football player Aaron Rodgers on a virtual episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Lucara Diamond Corp has unearthed a massive 998 carat high white diamond from its Karowe diamond mine in Botswana. This is one of the top 5 largest diamonds ever discovered.
Sotheby’s is expected to sell 'The Spirit of the Rose' - a 14.83 carat, vivid pink, internally flawless, type IIa pink diamond, at its November 2020 sale for an estimated AU$53 million. This is the largest vivid pink diamond ever to appear at auction.