The 110-carat vivid yellow Cora Sun-Drop diamond is on loan to the Natural History Museum in London and the museum decided to promote it with a photo shoot with former model Jerry Hall. The unusual gem, the largest vivid yellow pear-shape diamond, belongs to Cora International.
The Cora Sun-Drop was mined in Africa and polished by Cora International, a company that specializes in very large and fancy color diamonds.
The diamond is on display until August this year.
Ref : http://www.idexonline.com dated March 2, 2011.
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