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The Perfect Fit

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Most of us don’t think of reducing the size of a diamond after purchasing it, but that’s precisely what Laurence Graff did when he bought the famed 35-carat Wittelsbach diamond in 2008 for a record 24.3 million. The stunning blue diamond, which dates back to 1664, was recut to 31.06-carats to enhance its beauty. The newly renamed Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond will have its coming out party on October 28 at New York’s Museum of Natural History where it will be on view through January.

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