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LOS ANGELES’ HISTORY MUSEUM HOSTS THE RAREST DIAMONDS

Marvel at the world’s rarest diamonds at The National History Museum of Los Angeles County as they open the special Diamonds: Rare Brilliance exhibition today. The exclusive exhibition will house four beautiful natural coloured diamond masterpieces, The Juliet Pink, The Rainbow Necklace, The Argyle Violet and The Victorian Orchid.

 

The 2.83-carat Argyle Violet from Western Australia Image courtesy of Brian Lazar

 

The Argyle Violet surrounded by pink diamonds. Image courtesy of Aaron Celestian, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

 

The exhibition aims to educate and spread the knowledge on the diamonds, from its natural development process through to its jewellery setting by jewellery artisans. It will run from today to 19 March 2017 next year.

 

The Rainbow Diamond Necklace comprised of a range of stones—88 natural multi-colored diamonds. Image courtesy of Brian Lazar

 

The Diamonds: Rare Brilliance exhibition is free with the purchase of the museum’s General Admission ticket.

 

Diamonds: Rare Brilliance

16 December 2016 — 19 March 2017

9.30am – 5pm daily

Closed: January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles,

CA 900007

T: (213) 763-DINO

 

Image opener: The Juliet Pink (Image courtesy of Brian Lazar)

 

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