For over 25 years the mission of Aurora Gems has been to seek out and supply the worlds most rare and beautiful natural
fancy color diamonds. Aurora Gems has helped pioneer the renaissance
of interest in natural color diamonds through international exhibitions, publishing books, lectures, participation in documentaries and over 100 newspaper and magazine articles. Reputation, expertise and the utmost discretion are why Aurora Gems is a trusted advisor/supplier to international jewelers, leading designers and private collectors.
Alan Bronstein is among the world’s most experienced and trusted advisors, guiding clients for the purchase of the most beautiful natural fancy color diamonds. For over 25 years, Alan has consulted and sold to leading jewelers and private collectors using the utmost discretion. Along with partner Harry
Rodman, Alan is the respected curator of the worlds’ most famous diamond collections; The
Aurora Pyramid of Hope and The
Butterfly of Peace Collection.
The Aurora Collection - Pyramid of Hope
The Aurora Pyramid of Hope is the most comprehensive collection of natural
color diamonds in the world. It consists of 296
diamonds weighing a total of 267 carats. It contains examples of all the color families including red diamonds, green diamonds, blue diamonds, purple diamonds, pink diamonds, orange diamonds, violet diamonds, yellow diamonds, brown diamonds, olive diamonds, gray diamonds, black diamonds and white diamonds. From 1989-2005, The Aurora Pyramid of Hope was on display at The
American Museum of Natural History in New
York. It was also featured in the exhibition "The Nature of Diamonds" touring in Japan, Canada and other U.S. cities.
The Aurora Pyramid of Hope was featured in the exhibition "Diamonds" organized in 2005 by the Natural
History Museum of London, where it has remained and is still currently on display.
Butterfly of Peace
The Aurora Butterfly of Peace is a unique work of art, designed by using natural fancy color diamonds. It pays homage to our greatest earthly symbol of peace and beauty. It consists of 240
natural color diamonds weighing a total of 167
carats and took 12 years to complete. It includes examples from the whole diamond spectrum of colors.
From 1994-1996 it was exhibited at the Houston
Museum of Science.
In 2004-2005 it was exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution
in Washington D.C. where it was seen by more than 3 million museum visitors.