A wise man once said "Jewelry is like ice-cream. There is always room for some more." If someone would ask me where I want all my money to be, as a woman my obvious answer would be on hands (of course when I carry that lavish purse) and around my neck. *WINK*
On taking the millennial culture into consideration, there have been a lot of precious gemstones and luxurious ornaments that deserve our attention. These have been passed on from person to person and with the passage of time their structure has evolved a lot.
Considering all these things, here's a list of some of the most expensive jewelry that any woman wouldn't miss buying.
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This stunning Chopard watch contains astounding 874 precious stones altogether. The three biggest precious stones, all heart-formed and running in shades from pink to blue to white. This 201-carat watch is viewed as the most costly watch on the planet.
This Cartier jewelry made up of emerald green jadeite dabs and secured with a ruby, diamond, platinum, and gold clasp was sold at a bartering in 2014 for $27.4 million to the Cartier Collection. This well-known accessory was claimed by Barbara Hutton, beneficiary to the Woolworth fortune, and Princess Nina Mdivani.
Read further to know about some more expensive ornaments.
In 2010, this 24.78-carat diamond broke all the records at an auction. Initially, it was owned by Harry Winston but Laurence Graff got it for $46.2. He further went on to rename and recut the piece of jewelry as per his choice. Later, he mounted it with a ring.
In 2015, Hong Kong's famous billionaire Joseph Lau got hold of this jewel ring by means of a bartering. He renamed it to "Blue Moon of Josephine" after his 7-year-old girl Josephine. It is a 12.03-carat Blue Moon Diamond which was found by Cullinan mine in 2014.
There's a necklace worth $55 million, read about it in the next slide.
The world's most valuable accessory, made by goldsmith Mouawad, contains world's biggest faultless precious stone. In the Democratic Republic of Congo in the 1980s, a young lady found the focal jewel in a heap of mining rubble. The 407.48-carat precious stone is appended to a rose gold chain enhanced with 230 carats of little jewels.
This largest and most vivid blue diamond shocked everyone when it was sold at a heavy amount of $57.5 million. Before its auction in 2016, the diamond belonged to Sir Philip Oppenheimer.
Read further to know which precious piece of jewelry broke this record.
After being sold at $71.2 million, this gemstone became the most expensive one in the world. It is a 59.60-carat pink diamond which even broke the record of Oppenheimer Blue diamond. The Pink Star was initially mined by De Beers in Africa in 1999 and weighed 132.5 carats before being cut and cleaned into its current noteworthy state.
Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond is a 31.06-carat (6.212 g) deep-blue diamond. Jeweler Laurence Graff purchased it and when he decided to recut it, the entire incident became a bit controversial. The recutting enhanced the gem's clearness and brightness and expanded its esteem immensely. In 2011, the jewel was sold for over $80 million to its present proprietor, an individual from the Qatari illustrious family.
Read further to know about a Peacock brooch which costs $100 million.
Graff diamonds unveiled its most prized possession in 2013 and it was this Peacock brooch. A total of 120.81 carats of coloured diamonds adorn the brooch, it measures a little over 10cm in height.
It is one of the most expensive pieces of jewelry to ever exist on the planet. Its history dates back to four centuries. The diamond weighs 45.52 carats and costs approximately $200-250 million.
All these, certainly a dream of every girl!
That's all people.
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