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April was filled with colored diamonds news from all across the world including record breaking sales, new discoveries and much more! Arpège Diamonds is pleased to present this month's colored diamonds news!

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  1. On May 16, Sotheby’s will have their Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels auction in Geneva. At this event, they look to sell the Apollo Blue diamond and the Artemis Pink diamond. Together these two stones can fetch up to $68 million. Read more about the stones here.
  2. 'Tis the season of colored diamond auctions! On April 24th, the Bonhams New York Fine Jewelry sale will feature this yellow diamond. The diamond and ring it’s set in is expected to sell between $400,000 and $600,000.
  3. What else will be on the market at the Bonhams auction? Check out the 8 most extraordinary jewels to look out for later this month.
  4. Who knew you can find colored diamonds in Arkansas? This lucky boy found a brown colored diamond that happened to be the seventh largest diamond ever found at the site. You can read more here about the discovery.
  5. As you’ve probably heard by now, the Pink Star sold for a record breaking $71.2 million dollars. For full details and a brief history of the diamond, click here.
  6. Do you want your own Pink Star diamond? Ali Galgano, over at Observers shares 11 Fine Jewelry Picks From $5k to $5M.
  7. The Pink Star was not the only diamond sold at the Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction. Read more about other beautiful colored diamonds sold at the auction here.
  8. Red diamonds are the most rare colored diamonds. That’s why this small stone can fetch anywhere between $2.3 million- $2.8 million. Check out the full details and read more about the other two famous diamonds up for sale.
  9. Last but not least, earlier this month in April, Firestone Diamonds was fortunate to discover a 110-carat yellow diamond! Read the full details here.

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