The World’s Most Expensive Diamond Ring, Necklace and Bracelet
Have you ever wondered which diamond creations are the most coveted in the whole world? Well, we’ve got the answers right here. Read on to learn about the world’s most expensive diamond ring, necklace and bracelet and what makes them so precious.
Pink Star Diamond Ring
The oval-shaped fancy vivid pink internally flawless diamond (set in a ring) was mined in South Africa in 1999 and cut and polished from a 132.5 carat rough diamond into the brilliant 59.60 carat creation it is today. The Pink Star Diamond Ring is owned by Sotheby’s and worth an estimated $72 million (it was originally sold for $83.02 million in 2013, but the buyer had defaulted).
L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace
This internally flawless 407.48 carat yellow diamond necklace was awarded “most valuable necklace in the world” by Guinness World Records in 2013 and is worth $55 million. The magnificent diamond was discovered over thirty years ago by a young girl in the Congo, and today it suspends from a stunning white diamond necklace entwined with 18k rose gold.
Wallis Simpson Panther Bracelet
This extraordinary onyx and diamond panther bracelet was made in 1952 for the elegant American socialite and Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. The coveted bracelet was sold for $12.4 million (for three times its estimated price, as the bracelet was missing some small stones) at a Sotheby’s auction in 2010. According to rumours, the lucky buyer was Madonna, who directed a movie about Simpson and her lover King Edward VII, was the one who bought the coveted item.