The color pink is one of the rarest and more desirable hues in diamonds. Pink diamonds, such as the 185-carat Darya-i-noor, now part of the Iranian Crown Jewels, were cherished by the Mughal rulers of 17th century India. More recently, pink diamonds have been discovered in very small numbers around the world. However, the majority that are seen in the market have a secondary color modifier, a variant that is generally purple or brown. This elegantly shaped pink diamond is exceptional in the fact that it is a straight intense pink, without any secondary color. What makes this diamond even more rare is its saturation and purity as well as the unique Type IIa classification.