15 Most Expensive Jewels: Indulge Your Senses In Worldly Pleasures

Most Expensive Jewels

Since ancient times people have remained fascinated by jewellery and whether small or large, everyone desires ownership of the pieces of rock. Millions of years result in the formation of crystals and rocks and will eventually sell as jewellery. The worth of these jewels rely on a few aspects such as quality, value and rarity. So which jewels are worthy enough to be classified as the 15 most expensive jewellery, read on (in reverse chronological order) to find out –

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1. The Graff Pink

Price: $46 Million

This is known to be as one of the greatest expensive jewelry the world has come to witness. It has been valued at a tremendous $46 million in November 2010. It is categorized as a type II color diamond and has a flawless rating hence giving it a rate of roughly $1.85 million for each carat.

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2. The $30 Million Diamond Bikini

Price: $30 Million

In November 1997 the stated cost of this piece of jewelry is to be at an amazing $30 million, at the Christie’s Hong Kong sale. It is a beautiful necklace with roughly 27 jadeite beads, each of .5 mm in size.

30 Million Dollars Diamond Bikini

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3. The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond

Price: $24.3 Million

This diamond is reportedly from the Indian Kingdom of Golkonda and had been owned by King Philip IV Spain, who gave it as dowry for his daughter Margaret Teresa, in 1664. It was bought by Laurence Graff for $24.3 million in 2008.

 Wittelsbach Graff Diamond

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4. The Heart Of The Ocean Diamond

Price: $20 Million

Yes, this is the famous piece of jewelry imitated directly from the Titanic and is designed by Harry Winston Sapphire. Its cost is about $20 million and is amongst the most expensive jewellery bedecked during the Oscars by Gloria Stuart in 1998.

Heart Of The Ocean Diamond

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5. The Bulgari Two-Stone Diamond Ring

Price: $15.7 Million

This ring has two large diamonds studded in to it. It was found in the year of 1972 via the Bulgari collection. It was purchased by an Asian collector at a whopping $15.7 million.

Bulgari Two Stone Diamond Ring

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6. The Marie Antoinette Necklace

Price: $14 Million

Marie Antoinette was the offspring of Empress Marie Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis I. This particular piece of jewellery is known to belong to her and has a value of around $14 million.

Marie Antoinette Necklace

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7. The Emerald and Diamond Tiara

Price: $12.76 Million

This tiara had been known to be gifted to the second wife of German Prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck in 1900. Apparently this tiara originally was the of the wife of Emperor Napoleon III of France. It consists of 11 polished pear shaped emeralds, is of 500 carats and priced at $12.76 million.

Emerald and Diamond Tiara

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8. The Wallis Simpson Panther Bracelet

Price: $12 Million

This bracelet was once inherited by King Edward VIII and now is known to have fetched roughly an amount mounting up to $12 million by Madonna (as per reports).

Wallis Simpson Panther Bracelet

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9. The Pink Graff Ring

Price: $11.8 Million

Priced at $11.8 million this diamond was retrieved from the mines in South African. It has a pink diamond which is of about 5 carats and has been fixed with Graff diamonds to further increase its cost.

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Pink Graff Ring

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10. The $10 Million Ring

Price: $10 Million

Yet another gorgeous diamond in the shape of a cushion and blue in colour. This is a 6.01 carat ring that has managed to obtain exactly $10 million at an auction.

10 Million Dollars Ring

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11. The Cullinan Diamond

Price: $9.69 Million

This is a remarkable blue diamond ring which has been priced at around $9.69 million. It was auctioned off in the year of 2009 at Sotheby’s semi-annual sale located in Geneva.

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12. The Golconda Diamond Earrings

Price: $9.3 Million

The diamond is cushion-shaped and has originated from the Golconda Mines in India. It is of 23.11 carats and was first seen in May 2011 at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels Spring Sale in Hong Kong. They were sold for $9.3 million.

Golconda Diamond Earrings

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13. The Sotheby Golconda Diamond Ring

Price: $6.5 Million

Embedded in this ring is a Goldconda diamond in the shape of a pear and was bestowed again at Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite Autumn sale in the year 2011. It sold at a superb $6.5 million.

Sotheby Golconda Diamond Ring

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14. The Sotheby Green Diamond

Price: $3.08 Million

This precious green diamond ring has been priced at $3.08 million and approximately weighs 2.52 carats. It’s first acknowledgment was at the Sotheby’s auction of magnificent jewels.

Sotheby Green Diamond

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15. The Bulgari Ring

Price: $2.9 Million

This is an exceptional blue diamond ring which has been Bulgari custom created by an European collector in the 20th century. The owner of the ring has gifted it to his spouse. It has a record selling price of about $ 2.9 million.

Bulgari Ring

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Worldly pleasures sure come with a high price-tag, flawless trinkets are masterpieces passed down generations and rigged from floors beneath the surface. The most expensive jewels must have sure blown your mind, but hope it was an adrenaline rushing trip down the jewel lane!

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Kanika Kothari

A fashion enthusiast, a shop-a-holic and a blogger, Kanika loves all things whimsical and stylish. Writing about latest trends, fashion and consumerism with a fresh, fun and happy approach is her style. Her love for blogging comes from the verve to celebrate individuality, fashion and life as it is. She loves to explore anything and everything in-vogue - from DIYs to inspirations to trending tips. When not writing you will find her day dreaming, shopping or reading.

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