Diamonds. Tuesday , June 06th , 2017 - 06:59:51 AM
In 1673, under the orders of King Louis XIV, the blue gemstone was cut to enhance its brilliance. The newly cut gem weighed 67.80 carats. The King of France officially named it 'Blue Diamond of the Crown'. He wore it around his neck on a long ribbon. Since then, it was known as the French Blue or the Tavernier Blue.
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