At last, a luxury legend returns
According to legend, in 1669, a poor man discovered an 86-carat diamond in a rubbish pile and traded it to a spoonmaker for three wooden spoons. The spoonmaker sold the gem for ten silver coins, sending the diamond on a wild ride through the hands of various sultans, maharajahs and thieves. Today, the fabled “Spoonmaker’s Diamond” sits under guard at Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. Our stunning lab-created DiamondAura® Orabelle Ring looks like a chip off the old rock. And even though our version of the sultan’s favorite stone is a cocktail-sized, lab-created homage, it’s clear that the fiery cut is built to impress.