Friday, April 13, 2007
video of the Tiffany diamond on display
They're calling it the Breakfast at Tiffany's diamond, and that assumption seems to draw in even more people. NECN has video footage up of the rare yellow Tiffany diamond being installed at the Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C., and interviews some gawkers admiring the diamond. While no one interviewed said they came because they were an Audrey Hepburn or Breakfast at Tiffany's fan, I'm sure quite a few people did end up making the trip because of that Audrey tie-in. It's funny to see how relatively small the diamond seems to be, yet it's still larger than the most famous diamond in the world, the Hope Diamond (though I guess being cursed does help you become famous, as the case is with the Hope). I've seen the Hope diamond in person and it does look a lot larger when you're face to face with it. Does anyone have plans to visit the Tiffany diamond?