`The Rock’: World’s largest white diamond to go under hammer; initial bid fixed at $30 million
The world’s largest diamond is all set to go under the hammer in Geneva this week
`The Rock’, a pear-shaped diamond roughly the size of a golf ball, is expected to sell for $30 million.
It is the first such precious stone to go under the hammer.
The Rock is estimated between 19,000,000 – 30,000,000 CHF (Swiss Franc). It will be a highlight of the Geneva Magnificent Jewels auction on May 11, 2022
The Rock is a 228.31 carat pear-shaped stone roughly the size of a golf ball.
Mined in South Africa, `The Rock’ was worn by its former owner as a Cartier necklace.