Blue diamond rings
Popular Diamond Guide

Purchasing diamond jewelry pieces will always be a big deal since a good amount of money will be at stake. Usually, diamonds are associated with auspicious and important milestones in the life of people. Hence, you can see a number of charismatic diamonds that is extremely popular and has gained tremendous reputations in the history. Surprisingly, most of these popular gemstones are blue diamonds. This explains why millennial couples often choose to flaunt blue diamond rings. Furthermore, it will be really captivating to learn how these beautiful diamonds fascinated people so deeply that it literally changed the way they used to think. Below are some of the extremely popular diamonds and the reason behind their popularity amongst mankind. Besides, you can take inspiration from these diamonds and craft your big diamond rings for engagement as well.

The Hope Diamond

This dark blue gemstone is one of the most charismatic and spectacular diamonds in the world. The diamond that weighs 45.52 carats is believed to have mined in India. One of the main attractions about the Hope diamond is that it tends to exhibit rare red colored flashes when exposed to UV light. This explains the presence of foreign atoms other than boron in its atomic structure. Many famous people in the history such as King Louis XIV, sociality heiress Evalyn Walsh McLean, etc., held this extraordinary diamond in their possession.  However, all the people who owned the Hope diamonds were followed by misfortune and tragedy giving the diamond an infamous reputation. People started thinking that the diamond is cursed and the last owner of the Hope diamond, Harry Winston donated the incredible gemstone to the Smithsonian museum in 1949. Currently, the Hope diamond is one of the most valuable and attractive displays in the museum.


This is one of the extremely popular diamonds in history and you can find hardly any person who does not know about Koh-i-Noor. Surprisingly, people know the gemstone by its name rather than its appeal, unlike other popular options. The main reason behind this oddity is actually its history.vKoh-i-Noor is actually believed to have Indian origin and this spectacular oval cut diamond weights a whopping 105 carats.  Note that the history of this inimitable diamond portrays its ever-changing ownership that begun in India at the beginning of the 14th century. Currently, Koh-i-Noor is secured in the Tower of London and is an important part of the British Crown Jewels.