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Diamonds are forever at Natural History Museum (or at least until 2006!)

Feature: Jack Foley

MANY of the world's most beautiful and spectacular Diamonds will star in a new celebration of the most seductive of all gemstones at the Natural History Museum from July 8, 2005, until February 26, 2006.

The biggest ever diamonds exhibition, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see such an astonishing array of important diamonds in one exhibition.

Visitors to the exhibition can step into the glamorous world of diamonds and trace their incredible story - from deep within the Earth to being exhibited on the red carpet of some of the world's glitziest events.

From the famous De Beers' Millennium Star (pictured) to the Incomparable, the third largest diamond ever cut, visitors can be amazed (and seduced) by some of the world's most impressive stones.

What's more, the exhibition will also delve into the past, allowing visitors to see some of the jewellery worn by kings, queens and emperors.

While also remaining fairly contemporary, showcasing the very latest in modern diamond design, from classic Cartier, to fashion designer, Scott Henshall's famous diamond-encrusted spiderman dress.

Diamonds offers visitors the chance to indulge in their undying love for some of the world's most exclusive gems.

Buy tickets now!

Diamonds: Natural History Museum - July 8, 2005 - February 26, 2006
Gallery 38.
£9 Adults, £6 concessions, £24 Family Ticket
Free to NHM Members, Patrons and children under 5

NB: Picture courtesy of The De Beers Millennium Star © De Beers LV Limited

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