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Wednesday, 19 September 2007

economy stone. A term that is used infrequently for a diamond of about crystal color or lower and slightly imperfect to imperfect.

edge up. A diamond positioned so that it is being observed parallel to the girdle plane, a position com­monly used for detecting faint tints of color. See face up well.

Edna Star Diamond. A 115.0-carat emerald-cut diamond, purchased by Harry Winston, the New York City gem merchant, in 1956. It is set in an elaborate clip-pendant combination and was sold by Harry Winston in the Middle-East in 1957. Its previous history is unknown.

Eerstebegin. A minor alluvial diamond deposit in the Schweizer Reneke area, Transvaal Province,

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