Enigma black diamond

The world’s largest black diamond is on display at Sotheby’s for the first time. Most
the largest natural black diamond in the world – it is called the Enigma – was
Registered by Gübelin Laboratories and the Gemological Institute of America
(GIA) in 2004, and in 2006 got into the Guinness Book of Records. Its weight is
555.55 carats, and the technically complex cut has 55 facets. Enigma for the first time
shown to the general public. Until January 20, the stone is available at Sotheby’s Gallery in
Dubai, then it will be shown in Los Angeles (January 24-26) and London (January 2-9
February). And from February 3 to February 9, the diamond will become the main and only star
specialized online auction. Payment will be accepted
cryptocurrency, which has recently become more and more significant
means of payment in the world of physical objects and works of art.

Photo: press service