The largest diamond in the world is displayed in Dubai, weighing more than 555 carats.

The largest cut diamond in the world was shown in the Emirate of Dubai, on Monday, for the first time, before being sold, at a price expected to reach five million dollars.

It is believed that the rare black diamond, called “Enigma”, meaning “mystery”, was formed when a meteorite or asteroid struck the Earth more than 2.6 billion years ago, according to Sophie Stevens, a jewelry specialist at Sotheby’s.

And according to the American Al-Hurra channel, the 555.55-carat diamond has not been shown by its owner, whose name has not been revealed during the past twenty years, but experts have turned it into a 55-faceted gem.

After being shown in Dubai, Enigma will be moved to Los Angeles and London before the start of its online auction on February 3 for a period of seven days.

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