Price­less Her­itage

A one-of-a-kind jew­ellery mas­ter­piece cre­ated from a 507.55-carat rough di­a­mond from the Cul­li­nan Mine un­der­lines Chow Tai Fook’s di­a­mond ex­per­tise

Hong Kong Tatler - - Tatler Fo­cus -

Last month, Chow Tai Fook un­veiled a unique jew­ellery mas­ter­piece called A Her­itage in Bloom. This piece of cre­ative and in­tri­cate artistry show­cases 24 D-colour in­ter­nally flaw­less (DIF) di­a­monds cut from the Cul­li­nan Her­itage, an ex­cep­tion­ally rare 507.55-carat Type IIA rough di­a­mond that Chow Tai Fook ac­quired in 2010, and sub­se­quently spent three years cut­ting and pol­ish­ing. The largest piece—the 104-carat DIF round bril­liant di­a­mond with the high­est pos­si­ble cut grade of 3-Ex­cel­lent—is one of the largest of its kind ever made. A Her­itage in Bloom also boasts the sin­gu­lar qual­ity of unit­ing an en­tire

DI­A­MOND DUO Henry Cheng (right) and

his son, Adrian Cheng, un­veil A Her­itage in Bloom

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