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The world's third largest cut diamond, otherwise known as the "Incomparable Diamond," went on display this weekend at the Royal Ontario Museum. It weighs in at 407.08 carats, has been graded 'flawless' by the Gemological Institute of America, is kite shaped and has a beautiful golden yellow color -- all of which combine to create its very unique and individual beauty.
The Incomparable Diamond was, interestingly enough, found in the Congo by a girl playing in a pile of rubble back in the early 1980s (how awesome is that?) and will be on display until March 22nd of next year as part of the museum's The Nature of Diamonds engagement.