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The House of Chatila pioneered coloured diamonds, which have since become established as the most prized of gems. One of a mere handful of the world’s known red diamonds, “The Flame of Argyle” has recently been sold at Chatila. All members of the family take part in the process of selection and valuation of unique and rare gemstones. The 57-carat “Rangoon Splendour” ruby, the legendary Hapsburg “Archduke Joseph” 76-carat D flawless cushion-shape diamond, and the “Indore Pears” at approximately 45 carats each, are some of the historic gems to have passed through their hands.

These exceptional stones – from purest emeralds and sea-deep sapphires to luscious rubies and dazzling white or coloured diamonds – are set in masterfully crafted designs of great beauty and delicacy, a sophisticated fusion of the traditional and the contemporary.


22 Old Bond Street

London, WIS 4 PY, United Kingdom

+44 207 493 98 33 Website


Ali Zaini




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