Hong-Kong based Chow Tai Fook will unveil the 104-carat Cullinan Heritage 1, a diamond cut from an original 507.55 carat Type IIA rough diamond known as the Cullinan Heritage, on November 28, 2014, Diamond World reports. The company acquired the diamond from Petra Diamonds in an auction for $35.3 million in 2010.
The Cullinan Heritage 1 will be showcased along with other diamonds, also cut from the Cullinan Heritage, on November 28 during a celebration for its 85th anniversary.
The piece has been cut and polished by the company’s craftsmen and certified by Forevermark, reports add. Also, the stone will be set into jewellery.
The Cullinan Heritage was discovered in the Cullinan mine in South Africa and is the largest of its grade to have been recovered there since 1986.