The Hope Diamond is a large deep-blue diamond weighing 45.52 carats. It was purchased by Evalyn Walsh McLean in 1911 for $180,000--several million dollars in today's money. It is housed in the Smithsonian Institution.
The Hope Diamond is one of the most famous jewels in the world, with ownership
records dating back almost four centuries. Its much-admired rare blue color is ...
The Hope Diamond. Over 100 million visitors have experienced the beauty of the
Hope Diamond since Harry Winston donated it to the Smithsonian Institution in ...
Learn the history and facts about the legendary Hope Diamond.
Dec 17, 2015 ... The Hope Diamond will be off public view at the Smithsonian's National ... The
museum is located on the National Mall at 10th Street and ...
Nov 18, 2010 ... The Hope Diamond, the world's most famous diamond, began ... The
Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, located at 10th Street ...
Sep 11, 2008 ... On this day in 1792, the Hope Diamond was stolen from the house that stored the
crown jewels. It's a pretty fascinating little bauble, if you're the ...
Jeweler Harry Winston donated the famous Hope Diamond—the largest-known
deep blue diamond in the world—to the Smithsonian Institution in 1958.
Nov 10, 2011 ... The National Museum of Natural History appears to have avoided the curse of
the Hope Diamond for the past 53 years. But what's the evidence ...
Nov 18, 2010 ... This setting commemorates the diamond's 50 years on view at Natural ... The
Hope Diamond has been seen by more than 200 million visitors ...