A rare yellow pear-shaped diamond is held during a photocall at the Natural History Museum on February 24, 2011 in London, England. The 110.03 carat diamond, which is on loan from leading specialised diamond manufacturers Cora …
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A diamond on display in London is so rare that it is said to literally be priceless.
The Cora Sun-Drop arrived at London's Natural History Museum last week and will be displayed in The Vault, according to the DailyMail .
The gem is 110-carats and is reportedly the largest vivid yellow pear-shaped diamond known in the world.
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