Harry Winston purchased the Hope Diamond as part of a collection.
According to Wikipedia:
"When Ms. McLean died in 1947, she bequeathed the diamond to her grandchildren through a will which insisted that her former property would remain in the custody of trustees until the eldest child had reached 25 years of age. This requirement would have prevented any sale for the next two decades. However, the trustees gained permission to sell her jewels to settle her debts, and in 1949 sold them to New York diamond merchant Harry Winston. He purchased McLean's 'entire jewelry collection'."
This diamond was found in 1990 and purchased by DeBeers. DeBeers is a diamond company owed by De Beers Société Anonyme, which was incorporated in Luxumbourg in 2000. Understandably, this stone is kept by the company in a place where its location is not well known. Read more about it, below.
"Circulation" in the world of large diamonds is probably a shadowy place, with not much information being available about 'biggest', and especially 'biggest blue' diamond. However, in 2008, the 35.56 carat cushion-shaped gem, The Wittelsbach Diamond, became available at auction and fetched 16.4 million British pounds. You can read more about it, below.
The 'costliest diamond of the world' is measured by the price paid for a diamond. Depending on your particular criteria, there are several examples.When money changes hands to represent the costliest diamond...The JCK Marketplace Web site reports that an 84-carat [faceted] diamond sold for US $16.2 million, at "... $191,980 per carat, the highest price per carat ever paid for a white diamond at auction." This auction took place in 2007.At the same auction..."An extremely rare fancy vivid blue pear-shaped diamond, weighing 4.16 cts. and mounted as a ring, ...sold for $4.7 million. The per-carat price was more than $1.1 million, making it the second highest price per carat paid for a colored diamond at auction."In 2010, Reuters reported that "Petra sets record, sells diamond for $35 million" in its headline for the sale of a 507 carat raw diamond.
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Winston Place was born in 1914.
Winston Place died in 2002.
Diamond was first found in Africa, where at first they just thought it was a shiny stone, and played with it. Than later, people started to find that shiny stone was diamond.
I would say Harry's favorite place is Hogwarts because it was his first real home.
you get it from the poketch place first you get all the other stuff
Harry and Krum tied for first place in the first task because Karkaroff (head master of Krum's school) gave Harry a 4 when he obviously deserved higher than that.
Winston was drawn to Mr Charrington's shop in the first place due to the old items which contains history and memories of the past. Through those items, he is able to search for the past and discover his true identity from these memories. Besides, Winston also realised that there was an area which he could call his own, spending time alone without the monitor of the telescreen. Hence, Winston thought he found a good place where he could be himself.
· Winston-Salem is a city in North Carolina
Yes has long as it can learn it in the first place.
You should have some money to put in on the first place.
Winston Churchill was the famous Prime Minister of Great Britain during WWII.
The most lucrative jewelery heist took place in 2008 in Paris, France. Approximately 100 million dollars worth of the brand Harry Winston jewelery was stolen.