Formerly known as The Krupp Diamond, The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond is a rare D color (Type IIa) VS1 clarity diamond weighing 33.19 carats. The stone was a gift from Richard Burton, who purchased it in 1968 for $3,000.000. Christie's selling estimate is $300 000 000, but it is anticipated the diamond will sell for much more.

Formerly known as The Krupp Diamond, The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond is a rare D color (Type IIa) clarity diamond weighing carats.

Perhaps one of the most famous jewellery suits of all time: the Bulgari Seven Wonders emerald necklace, with the matching diamond and emerald earrings and a Bvlgari emerald ring thrown in for good measure. Worn by Elizabeth Taylor, Gina Lollobrigida and Monica Vitti to name just a few celebrities. Discover the fashion history of the most iconic and classic of jewellery brands to date: http://www.thejewelleryeditor.com/jewellery/bulgari-history-of-style-celebrities-iconic-design/ #jewelry

Bulgari: a history of style

Perhaps one of the most famous jewellery suits of all time: the Bulgari Seven Wonders emerald necklace, with the matching diamond and emerald earrings and a Bvlgari emerald ring thrown in for good measure. Worn by Elizabeth Taylor, Gina Lollobrigida and M

The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond given to her by Richard Burton in 1968 is a 33.29 carat Asscher-cut ring. She wore it nearly every day.

This how a diamond truly sparkles! The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond given to her by Richard Burton in 1968 is a carat Asscher-cut ring. She wore it nearly every day.

The Taylor-Burton 69.42 carat diamond in it's original setting, before it was converted into a necklace by Cartier.

The Taylor-Burton carat diamond in it's original setting, before it was converted into a necklace by Cartier.

Jeweler George Pragnell has created a stunning infographic featuring the most iconic engagement rings through time, from Kate Middleton to Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn.

The dazzling history of the world's most iconic engagement rings

The Chic Technique: Jeweler George Pragnell has created a stunning infographic featuring the most iconic engagement rings through time, from Kate Middleton to Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn.

Elizabeth Taylor wearing Krupp Diamond ring - and doesn't she wear it well!! That diamond, that face, both are so beautiful! This link leads to information about this stunning diamond. sighsighsigh <3

Liz Taylor's 33.19 carats Krupp Diamond Platinum Ring

“Big girls need big diamonds.” ― The AMAZING Elizabeth Taylor wearing The Krupp Diamond given to her by Richard

Vintage ELIZABETH TAYLOR RING 22 K Overlay Ring Size 8 Avon

Vintage ELIZABETH TAYLOR RING 22 K Overlay Ring Size 8 Avon

Bulgari Emerald Tremblant Brooch, 1960  Taylor wore her floral diamond-and-emerald pin as a hair accessory in 1963's The V.I.P.S. She often selected pieces from her own collection to augment her onscreen wardrobe.  At an awards show in 1960

Elizabeth Taylor's Most Memorable Jewelry

Bulgari Emerald Tremblant Brooch, 1960 Taylor wore her floral diamond-and-emerald pin as a hair accessory in The V. She often selected pieces from her own collection to augment her onscreen wardrobe. At an awards show in 1960

The Taylor-Burton diamond cost over a million dollars and Taylor wore it proudly to Princess Graces’ 40th birthday party in Monaco. Burton often found Elizabeth in her boudoir, the contents of her jewelry box arrayed around her. When he asked her what she was doing, she would reply, “Playing with my jewels.”

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Elizabeth Taylor wearing the Taylor-Burton diamond. A 69 carat pear shaped diamond. It was auctioned off in 2011 for million.

"The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond," from her estate, is a 33.19 carat, D color, VS1 clarity diamond, given to Taylor by Richard Burton and estimated at $2500000.00 - $3500000.00. It is shown in this photograph at Christie's in New York, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011. Christie's auction house is selling the Hollywood legend's complete jewelry collection in New York on Dec. 13-14.

Elizabeth Taylor's jewels

Daehling: moxiethrift Bomberger I think need the Liz Taylor diamond. The "Elizabeth Taylor Diamond." According to Christies, it is a carat, D color, clarity diamond and was given to Taylor by Richard Burton.

The Elizabeth Taylor 33.19-carat white diamond ring. Bling!

Revealed in all its glittering glory: Elizabeth Taylor's £100m collection of gems, gowns and art goes on display at Christie's

Elizabeth Taylor's legendary carat Asscher-cut 'Krupp Diamond', now known as 'The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond', was given to her by Richard Burton in

'The Elizabeth Taylor KRUPP Diamond' 33.19 Carat D (Color) VSi Clarity (FLAWLESS)

Elizabeth Taylor's jewels

A diamond ring given to Elizabeth Taylor by actor Richard Burton sold for more than million US dollars million) at auction in New York.

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