Rare Fancy Coloured Diamond High Jewellery

MIRACLES OF NATURE

There are perhaps no other stones in the world that possess the magnificent beauty and preciousness of coloured diamonds. Alluring and beguiling, they are among the rarest jewels in existence. Many of the world’s most historic pink and blue diamonds have passed through the House of Graff, and we continue to craft sensational coloured diamond jewels in our High Jewellery collection that honour these extraordinary wonders of nature.

A pear shape pink diamond from Graff

Extraordinary Rarity

It is difficult to fathom the profound scarcity of pink and blue diamonds – only a handful of superbly vibrant examples exist in the world today. Those who own these elusive treasures enter into a rarified universe: an exclusive group of connoisseurs who appreciate the very pinnacle of diamond marvels.
rough stone of a pink diamond from Graff

Pink Perfection

Pink diamonds are the ultimate expression of romance. We search tirelessly for the very best stones displaying the most vivid and vibrant colour, identifying once in a lifetime discoveries and creating jewels that showcase their remarkable hues.

The Graff Lesotho Pink diamond ring

Pear Shape Pink Diamond Ring

The Graff Lesotho Pink Diamond

Discovered in 2019 in the African kingdom of Lesotho, the 13.33 carat Graff Lesotho Pink Diamond is the most vivid rough pink diamond Laurence Graff has ever seen. The 5.63 carat Fancy Vivid Purplish Pink pear shape stone that emerged from the rough displays incredible vivacity, an extraordinary depth of colour and perfect saturation. A truly sublime triumph by Graff's word-class master craftsmen.

5.63 carat Fancy Vivid Purplish Pink pear shape diamond ring (6.71 cts)

“This is the most vivid pink rough diamond I have ever seen, and it is an exceptionally rare treasure.”

- Laurence Graff


A Graff multicoloured diamond high jewellery watch

Complementary Colour

There is an art to combining diamonds and gemstones. To achieve a harmonious balance, our designers pair white diamonds with coloured stones in a way that will amplify their hue and better reveal their unique beauty.
a Graff pink and white diamond high jewellery brooch

Pink and white diamond brooch

Simply Striking

A magnificent tribute to the rarified beauty of pink diamonds, this floral brooch features almost 20 carats of hypnotic pink diamonds, artfully contrasted with a flurry of the finest white diamonds set into a posy of scintillating petals.

Pink and white diamond brooch (64.83 cts)

Close up of a Graff craftsman setting a pink and white diamond high jewellery brooch

Unfathomable Rarity

Setting 300 pink diamonds into a single jewel is a remarkable feat, and the Graff family spend many years seeking out collections of coloured diamonds to showcase in these mesmerisingly rare masterpieces. Objects of mystical beauty, our one-of-a-kind works of art celebrate the outstanding beauty of nature's most exceptional creations.

a Graff multi-coloured diamond high jewellery brooch

Kaleidoscopic Colour

It is not unheard of for Graff to take an entire yield of coloured diamonds from a single mine and set them into one majestic piece of jewellery. These incomprehensibly rare creations, which combine stones of many hues that dance with colour and light, are destined to reside in the collections of the most discerning diamond connoisseurs.

“We are inspired by the rarest and most precious diamonds in everything we do.”

- Laurence Graff


A Coloured Diamond Legacy

Step inside our vaults for a glimpse at these often rarely seen natural marvels.

1984

The Imperial Blue

The Imperial Blue was acquired in 1984. A phenomenal stone of 39.31 carats, it is the world’s largest Flawless Fancy Blue diamond. Its remarkably crisp, ice-cool shade is intensified by a pear shape cut, which draws the eye to its bluest depths. A highly unique creation, the Imperial Blue is among the rarest blue diamonds on earth.
The Graff Pink famous pink diamond

2010

The Graff Pink

When Laurence Graff acquired an exceptionally important 24.78 carat Fancy Intense Pink emerald cut diamond at auction that had not been seen on the market for more than 60 years, it showed great potential. Accompanied by a GIA assessment indicating that, with expert attention, the stone could be flawless, Graff’s master-cutters proceeded to begin the risky business of repolishing the stone. First, a total of 25 inclusions close to the surface of the diamond were skilfully polished away before stage two of their quest: to increase the stone’s intensity to the highest colour grade. The master-cutters' world-class skills did not let them down – the exceptionally rare 23.88 carat Internally Flawless Fancy Vivid Pink diamond, newly named the Graff Pink, was a magnificent achievement.

The Wittlesbach-Graff famous blue diamond

2009

The Wittlesbach-Graff

Unearthed in the same Golconda mine as the Hope diamond, the Wittlesbach-Graff blue diamond weighs a breathtaking 31.06 carats – unheard of for a stone of this hue. Steeped in regal mysticism, it was set within many different crown jewels during various dynasties of Europe’s monarchies. When Laurence Graff acquired the stone in 2009, he bravely decided to re-polish it, repairing its weathered surface and improving its colour, making it the largest natural Fancy Deep Blue Internally Flawless diamond ever discovered.


Famous Diamonds

Discover the stories behind the diamonds that made history.