The 182-carat Darya-ye-Noor (sometimes Daria-i-Noor) is a supreme example of a tabular-cut pink diamond. Originally excavated in the Kollur Mine in Andhea Pradesh, India. Its name translates to Sea of Light.
It is believed to have been cut from the same huge rose diamond as the Noor-ol-Ain, the centerstone for Empress Farah’s wedding tiara. Both gargantuan pink baubles are now the property of the Central Bank of Iran.