The Foxfire was found buried deep beneath a frozen lake, in the remote Diavik mines of Canada – thousands of miles from civilization.

At 187.63 carats, the two-billion-year-old stone is the largest known, uncut gem-quality diamond ever to be discovered in North America. With a unique luminosity, the Foxfire gives off a singular glow, appearing to actually emit light. From its fascinating provenance and ethical pedigree to its extraordinary quality, size and remarkable color, the Foxfire is a diamond unlike any other.