Discovered in 1945, the Woyie River diamond is named after the river in Sierra Leone in which it was found.
Originally found in the Mbuji-Mayi mine of the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1990.
One of the most notorious diamonds in history, the Koh-i-Noor diamond dates back to the 13th century at least.
Unearthed in 2015 in the Karowe Mine of Botswana, this diamond was originally mined.
It was discovered in 1989 by a young girl who was playing in a pile of rubble in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The fifth largest diamond in the world was found in 1972 in the Diminco mine in Sierra Leone.
The Excelsior diamond was the largest diamond in the world until the discovery of the Cullinan diamond.
One of the most recently discovered large diamonds, it was unearthed in 2015 in the Karowe Mine in Botswana.
Found by Sir Thomas Cullinan at the Premier Mine in South Africa in 1905, it was presented to King Edward VII.
This black carbonado diamond, the largest rough diamond in the world, was found in 1895 in Bahia, Brazil.