Yellow Diamond High Jewellery
With a legacy of cutting and polishing many of the world’s most important and rare yellow jewels, Graff is renowned for its yellow diamonds. Our yellow diamond High Jewellery can be discovered at all of our stores, bringing a scintillating symbol of happiness to each corner of the globe.
Emerald Cut Yellow and White Diamond Ring
Sumptuous ShadesThis joyously colourful ring showcases a radiant Fancy Vivid Yellow emerald cut diamond that displays exceptional vivacity. The sleek lines of the elegant emerald cut are effortlessly complemented by white heart shape diamond shoulders.
20.05 carat Fancy Vivid Yellow emerald cut diamond ring (22.07 carats)
Inspired by Twombly Yellow and White Diamond Necklace
This Inspired by Twombly necklace features a delicate tangle of custom-cut white diamonds, guiding the eye to a magnificent centre stone - a 56 carat radiant cut Fancy Intense Yellow diamond. Its joyful, unbridled hue is remarkably rare, and its positioning within this audacious design serves to celebrate its singular beauty.
56.10 carat Fancy Intense Yellow and white diamond necklace (86.69cts)
Yellow and White Diamond Earrings
Abstract compositions of pear shape diamonds create clusters of brilliance in these intricately designed earrings, with removable 11.55 and 11.51 carat Fancy Yellow drops adding a burst of exuberant colour.
Yellow and white diamond earrings (41.03 carats)
Yellow and White Diamond Bracelet
A feat of design and craftsmanship, more than 95 carats of mixed shape white and yellow diamonds have been set to form an elaborate arrangement of stones that appears random but is in fact carefully considered, with minimal metal visible in between – a signature of the House of Graff that allows the stones to take centre stage.
Yellow and white diamond bracelet (95.78 carats)
Yellow and White Diamond Necklace
Graff's expert artisans are masters of contrast, finding the most brilliant white diamonds to emphasise the most extraordinary vivacity of our jubilant yellow diamonds. Showcasing almost 100 carats of sensational Fancy Yellow and white diamonds, this remarkable high jewellery necklace is a perfect union, a symphony of sunshine and pure radiance.
Yellow and white diamond necklace (97.86cts)
Laurence Graff has been enchanted by yellow diamonds since the founding years of Graff. His passion was ignited with the Star of Bombay in 1974, and the Graff name has since become synonymous with the world’s finest yellow diamonds. An impressive roster of important and famous yellow jewels has passed through the House, and we continue to create remarkable jewels that honour and revere these natural wonders.
“There is an extreme beauty to a diamond. It gives you incredible pleasure and speaks to you with its life.”
- Laurence Graff
The Wonder of Yellow Diamonds
Discover four of the finest yellow diamonds that have passed through the House of Graff, each of which has earned a special place in diamond history.
The Golden Empress
The inimitable honeyed hue of the Golden Empress, acquired in 2015, was harnessed from a 299 carat rough crystal that was unearthed in the Kingdom of Lesotho and which also produced a further eight beautiful satellite stones. This Fancy Intense Yellow cushion cut diamond displays a striking, unforgettable colour and weighs 132.55 carats.
The Delaire Sunrise
Cut from an exceedingly rare octahedron shaped 221.81 carat rough diamond mined in South Africa, this 118.08 carat gem was certified by the GIA to be the largest Fancy Vivid Yellow square emerald cut diamond in the world.
The Star of Bombay
Acquired in 1974, the 47.39 carat Star of Bombay was the first of a great many famous diamonds to pass through the House of Graff. Since the time of the Moghul Emperors, the Golconda mines in the Kingdom of Golconda (now part of the Indian state of Hyderabad) have produced some of the most historic and beautiful diamonds. Laurence Graff has owned many of these unique stones. He bought this diamond from a European dealer, who sold it for the benefit of a noble Indian family. ‘It was emerald cut and it had probably been set in a Maharajah’s regalia,’ according to Graff.