Monday, 7 July 2014

25 most expensive jewelry in the world

While some people could care less how many they karets have on their fingers to worry about, there are those who would literally kill to have the most "rock". If you've ever seen Blood Diamond starring Leonardo DiCaprio, then you probably have to find an idea of ​​how many lives are thrown aside just a small piece of compressed charcoal. That being said, the diamond trade is still very much alive and how long people have a preference for the ridiculously expensive it will be. These are the 25 most expensive jewelry in the world.

25
Sapphire ring of Princess Diana
Princess Diana is a cult figure. No wonder that the royal jewels she wore, which are now estimated in the hands of Kate Middleton at a price of $ 38,488. This ring was given by Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer on their engagement. Apart from the actual price. This ring is historically significant.

24
Queen Marie of Romania Shell Shaped Brooch

Once owned by Queen Marie of Romania, this symbolic piece belongs brooch from Pecten shell made ​​was used as the crowned monogram of Princess Marie. It was made by C. Faberge and belongs to the history of Russian license.

23
Queen Marie Jose emerald and diamond necklace

This interesting piece of jewelry was once part of the last license fee of Italy, Queen Marie Jose. She was known for an extensive collection of jewels, including this diamond necklace. This chain contains 50 emeralds, and a lot of diamonds. It was created by Van Cleef and Arpels.

22
The elephant diamond

With emeralds, rock crystal and diamonds this piece was auctioned at Christie's in London and was once used as jewelry for the Maharaja favorite elephant.

21
Unmounted Heart Shaped Diamond

This gem is a heart-shaped diamond weighing 56.15 carats. It was cut originally sold by the Cullinan diamond, the Cullinan 1 is now a part of Crown Jewel Collection of Great Britain and has been for a staggering $ 11 million. The diamond was part of the Magnificent Jewels collection, which was offered in May 2011 for purchase. Christie (the seller) markets the diamonds as "love at first sight", and released it for public view on Valentine's Day.

20
Empress Eugenie bow brooch

This brooch was from Francois Kramer, circa 1855. Was originally designed as an old mine and old European cut diamond carved broken arch designed. Napoleon III had made it for his wife, Empress Eugenie. Henri Loyrette, president of the Louvre arranged a private sale with Christie's New York to bring this piece of historic jewelry on 22 April 2008 back to his native France.

19
Harry Winston Diamond Drop Earrings

These drop earrings are not only in demand because of the high price. You are very appreciated because they were made for the use of A-list Hollywood superstars. With 60 carats of diamonds and 4 with a platinum set with hood, which can only be seen when inspected closely come.

18
Anonymous diamond necklace

With a 8.19-carat diamond heart-shaped heart of the owner of this highly prized necklace remains anonymous.
17
Queen Mary Diamond and La Riviere Peregrina pearl

It has an estimated price of $ 1,828,224. This was part of Britain's first female ruler Queen Mary. It is considered one of the world's most exclusive jewelry that contain a diamond Riviere. It is made of 34 authentic old cut diamonds in gold and silver and given as a gift from the Queen to her granddaughter Princess Margaret.

16
The Laurence Graff ring

Jeweler Laurence Graff bought this ring for English $ 2,600,000 at a Christie's auction. It was one of a kind due to the central maroon color of the diamond and even more rarely by octagonal shape of the diamond.

15
The Bulgari ring

Elegant and striking, this rare blue diamond ring is a custom-made Bulgari ring by a European collector in the 1960s. The owner gave the ring to his wife at an estimated value of 2.9 million dollars. It is considered one of the most expensive jewels in the world to be.

14
Sotheby 's Green Diamond

It may be hard to believe how much this green diamond ring costs. It has a retail price of 3.08 million dollars. It was first seen at Sotheby's auction of magnificent jewels. It is the largest diamond ring that was sold in an auction and the green diamonds weighing approximately 2.52 carats.

13
Marie Antoinette necklace

Belonging to Marie Antoinette, the child of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis I., is the estimated price at $ 3.7 million.

12
Sotheby's Golconda diamond ring

This gem is one of the most expensive ever sold at auction. It has a pear-shaped diamond ring Goldconda and was presented at Sotheby's Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite Autumn Sale 2011. With a selling price of 6.5 million U.S. dollars, it is without a doubt one of the most expensive rings in the world.

11
Golconda diamond earrings

From the Golconda mines in India, they have also called because of the cushion-shaped diamond Emperor pillow. Each earring is approximately 23.11 carats and they were seen in May 2011 at Christie Magnificent Jewels Spring Sale in Hong Kong. They were purchased by an anonymous bidder for $ 9.3 million.
While some people could care less how many they karets have on their fingers to worry about, there are those who would literally kill to have the most "rock". If you've ever seen Blood Diamond starring Leonardo DiCaprio, then you probably have to find an idea of ​​how many lives are thrown aside just a small piece of compressed charcoal. That being said, the diamond trade is still very much alive and how long people have a preference for the ridiculously expensive it will be. 

10
The Cullinan Diamond
During the auction of 2009, t
his one of a kind blue diamond ring proved to be a crowd favorite at Sotheby's semi-annual sale in Geneva and was able to get a whopping price of $ 9,690,000.

9
The $ 10 million ring

6:01 carats, the pincushion blue diamond as its centerpiece, this ring fetched $ 10 million at an auction by an anonymous bidder.

8
The Pink Graff ring

Going for $ 11.8 million, this diamond came from the mines of South Africa. It comes with a 5-carat diamond pink and has mounted with Graff Diamonds to raise the price even more.

7
Wallis Simpson panther bracelet

Owned by King Edward VIII in a point of this piece of jewelry for $ 12 million was sold and the buyer has been rumored to be Madonna.

6
Emerald and diamond tiara

From German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck in order he gave this tiara as a gift to his second wife Katherine in 1900. There are also rumors that this tiara belonged to the wife of Emperor Napoleon III of France. Regardless of property handed over, however, a number of 11 polished pear-shaped emeralds, it contains approximately 500 carats total, and an anonymous bidder paid $ 12,760,000 for them.
5
Bulgari two-stone diamond ring
This light contains one of the most expensive rings in the world due to the two large diamonds. Created in 1972 by the Bulgari collection, bought an Asian collectors have, willingly ring 15.7 million USD after an intense bidding war.

4
Heart of the Ocean Diamond
Gloria Stuart was one of the most expensive gemstones ever at the 1998 Academy Awards. This Harry Winston Sapphire has an estimated price of 20 million dollars and is an exact copy of the piece of jewelry from the Titanic. It's ever worn the most expensive piece of jewelry at the Oscars and replicas are sold auction for 3.5 million dollars.

3
The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond
Sold for $ 24.3 million to Laurence Graff in 2008, it was rumored, the diamonds from the Indian Kingdom of Golkonda, that King Philip IV Spain bought it to be included in the dowry of his teenage daughter, Margaret Teresa, in 1664, .

2
The $ 30 million diamond bikini
Lot 1843, which consists of 27 approximately 0.5 mm jadeite beads for 9.3 million U.S. dollars sold "Double Fortunate" Chain: The record price for a single piece of jadeite jewelry was established in 1997 Christie Hong Kong sale in November

1
The Graff Pink
Said to be the most expensive piece of jewelery in the world, it was sold for an unbelievable price of $ 46 million in November 2010. Famous as "The Graff Pink" is known, it is classified as a Type II diamond color and has a perfect rating which gives it a price of about $ 1,850,000 per carat.
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