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Our Australian Jewel, Sabrina Houssami to wear the world's most rare at Miss World Finale in Poland

Added: (Tue Sep 26 2006)

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September 24, 2006
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Pink diamonds capture the heart of Miss World Australia. Kimberley Fine Diamonds has created a stunning fine jewellery collection, featuring exquisite pink diamonds, which will be worn by Miss World Australia 2006, Sabrina Houssami, during her world title bid this week.

These priceless diamonds are the world’s rarest and most sought-after, found only in minute quantities in a tiny pocket of Western Australia’s far north-east outback.

Pink diamonds are so rare most people will never see one, however Sabrina’s major sponsor Kimberley Fine Diamonds has handcrafted an exquisite collection for her appearance in Poland featuring four amazing pink diamonds. The four diamonds are also a matching set which is an extreme rarity in itself.

KFD’s Crowning Collection comprises a white gold necklace studded with diamonds featuring an extremely rare pink diamond set at the centre of a heart, with matching bracelet, earrings, and two amazing dress rings. The collection comprises more than 18 carats of brilliant white diamonds and two carats of the world’s rarest pink diamonds.

The cute heart-shaped collection has captured Sabrina’s own and is set to become one of the hottest on the market when it is revealed to more than two billion viewers during the beauty queen’s televised stage appearance at the grand finale of Miss World 2006 in Warsaw on September 30, 2006.

High resolution images of the Crowning Collection are available for free download from Information Dissemination’s Image Gallery at www.infodiss/images.htm .

For high resolution images of Sabrina Houssami register with Titomedia at www.titomedia.com.au or contact Chris Fenech or Nicolle Fenech from Information Dissemination missworld@infodiss.com - +61-2 419 977 542

Owner of Kimberley Fine Diamonds, Frauke Bolten-Boshammer, is an internationally renowned diamond expert and fine jewellery designer. She is available for interviews.

Kimberley Fine Diamonds is Australia’s largest supplier of pink diamonds, which are the world’s rarest gems.

About Kimberley Fine Diamonds

Kimberley Fine Diamonds (KFD) is Australia’s leading supplier of pink
diamonds, the world’s rarest gems. A family owned and run business in the
remote Kimberley region of Western Australia, Kimberley Fine Diamonds is
located near the world’s largest source of diamonds and the only mine producing pink diamonds (Argyle Diamond Mine). It attracts visitors from across the globe seeking to view its unrivaled collection.

KFD’s range of pink diamonds is comprehensive and includes exquisite diamonds which are acquired from the exclusive Argyle Diamond Pink Tender. To put the true rarity of these special pink diamonds into perspective, of every million carats of rough diamonds produced at the mine, a mere one carat is suitable for auction at the tender.

Kimberley Fine Diamonds’ award-winning owner Frauke Bolten-Boshammer, who has also been a finalist in the Telstra Western Australia Business Women’s Awards, is an internationally renowned diamond expert and designer who produces uniquely Australian fine jewellery collections.

Kimberley Fine Diamonds created history this year when it was selected by Miss World Australia to be the first fine jeweller to use the Miss World Australia logo in the casting of its jewellery as part of its major sponsorship – resulting in a stunning collection of diamond clustered pendants designed specifically for Sabrina Houssami and each Miss State 2006 winner.

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