|Type of stone||diamond|
|Weight||253.7 carats (50.74 g)|
|Dimensions||20 mm × 20 mm|
|Country of origin||South Africa|
|Mine of origin||Dutoitspan Mine|
The Oppenheimer Diamond, a nearly perfectly formed 253.7 carats (50.74 g) yellow diamond crystal, is one of the largest uncut diamonds in the world, and measures approximately 20 × 20 millimeters. It was discovered in the Dutoitspan Mine, Kimberley, South Africa, in 1964. Harry Winston acquired the stone and presented it to the Smithsonian Institution in memory of Sir Ernest Oppenheimer.
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