World of Diamonds: The Jane Seymour
The rare gem is named after a woman who has wowed audiences with her diverse roles.
In the world of diamonds, finding a fancy vivid blue diamond is like hitting the lottery. So when you find one that weighs in at 2.08-carats, like the World of Diamonds did, you would want to name it after a woman of refined elegance and taste. Who better to fit the bill than award winning actress Jane Seymour?
The star of The Vortex play that recently ran in Singapore, has played many roles in her career but we’re pretty sure muse has not been one of them. A former Bond girl, Seymour was in town recently for her play and took some time out to attend a dinner where The Jane Seymour was unveiled. Representing the value of how eternity overshadows knowledge, emotion and matter, the diamond is expected to fetch over $2 million.
At a private dinner in Cé La Vie, the actress wore the creation proudly and was also presented with a 21.61-carat Amethyst — her birthstone — by the diamond conglomerate. “The invitation to behold this creation would rather you not compare The Jane Seymour to anything else in the high jewelry world” said Karan Tilani, Director of World of Diamonds. “It is a celebratory treat, more comparable to a mega-yacht or a ticket to the moon” he added. Now, I just have to figure out how to get someone to name a diamond after me…