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famous for the curse associated with Replica Technomarine Lady Sport Watches, and may share the same Indian origin as the Kohinoor. French traveler Tavernier acquired (or stole) a blue diamond from India in the 17th century and sold it to the French royal family. This diamond, called the Tavernier Blue, was recut by Louis IV but disappeared during the French Revolution. It reappeared 20 years later in England and was acquired by King George IV, from where it was allegedly stolen by his mistress. The stone reached the gem collection of Henry Philip Hope, of the prominent Anglo-Dutch banking family, from where it gets its name. After passing through the hands of different family members and jewellers, Replica Technomarine Lady Sport Watches finally came into New York diamond merchant Harry Winston possession, who donated it to the Smithsonian. The Hope Diamond has been blamed for several misfortunes that have befallen previous owners such as royals Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and Abdul Hamid, jewelers Jacques Colot and Simon Frankel, etc.The Jacob DiamondThe Jacob Diamond, a 184.5-carat colorless gem, was also mined in India like the Kohinoor and the Hope Diamond. However, unlike them, it has a violence-free history, changing hands only twice in its existence. When it was sent to Europe for cutting, it was put up for sale in 1891 by Alexander Malcon Jacob; hence the name. It was offered for sale to the reigning Nizam of Hyderabad Mahbub Ali Khan, who didnt show much interest but put down a deposit. This money was lost and the jewelers taken to court, where they were forced to sell at a very low price. The Nizam didnt much care for the stone and kept it in the toe of his shoe, from where it was discovered by his surprised son after the ruler death. The heir and last Nizam used the Jacob Diamond as a ***weight before he realized its true worth. The stone was acquired by the Indian Government after Independence.The Cullinan DiamondThe Cullinan diamond, mined in South Africa, is the largest rough gem-quality diamond ever found, at 3,106.75 carats. The stone was bought by the Transvaal government and presented to King Edward VII on his birthday. It was later broken up into nine gems, the First Star of Africa, the Lesser Star of Africa, and seven smaller pieces. They form part of the British Crown Jewels.The Centenary DiamondThis 273.85-carat stone from South Africa is the world largest colorless (grade D), flawless diamond. The original rough was 599 carats and was presented on May 11, 1988 in the Centennial Celebration of the De Beers Consolidated Mines. As then-chairman Julian Oglivie Thompson said, ;We have recovered at the Premier Mine a diamond of 599 carats (120 g) which is perfect in color â€; indeed it is one of the largest top-color diamonds ever found. Naturally it will be called the Centenary Replica Technomarine Lady Sport Watches.