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[b] [size=4][font=verdana,geneva,sans-serif]The Beau Sancy, a 34.98 carat diamond that will be put on sale by Sotheby's auction house in Geneva next month, is presented in Paris, Monday April 23, 2012. The Beau Sancy diamond, a stone of historical importance with a royal provenance stretching back to Marie de Medicis is estimated between two and four million dollars, (1.5 to 3 million Euros)[/font][/size][/b]

Diamond website [url="http://www.overabillion.com/beau-sancy-diamond.html"]overabillion.com[/url] says the Beau Sancy gets its name from 16th century French financier and diplomat Nicholas Harlay de Sancy. The gem is described as a "perfect, colorless, rounded pear-shaped diamond."

[url="http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/400-old-diamond-may-fetch-4-million-auction-201550251.html"]source[/url]

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Purdy

It may have been cut 400 years ago, but I assure you it was spit out of a kimberlite pipe millions, if not billions, of years before that ;)

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3 million, 6 million, whatever the price -- I'd get tired of looking at, quick. :laugh:

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Source? Just curious.

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^ Sorry I slipped --- fixed. :)

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There's a curse that comes along with that diamon... all though it is a good curse... If you buy that diamond, you never have to hear your girl talk again :p

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