"Shawish Jewellery, a company based in Geneva, unveiled what they have billed as ‘the world’s first diamond ring’. The 150-carat ring has been valued at around 70 million dollars and took one year to construct." It's...I just don't get diamonds. I can't tell the difference between real and fake. And it's just....a rock. Styled like something you'd get at Claire's for 2 dollars.
This was the world's most expensive mobile phone (2007). The shimmering handset is encrusted with diamonds and is worth a staggering one million dollars. The pricey phone was on display at the Salon Top Marques exhibition in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
In 2011, the world’s most expensive diamond ring was sold for nearly 11 million dollars. This rare pink diamond ring has set a new first in the Guinness Book of World Records. The pink diamond boasts 5 carats; has two white diamonds; and is owned by billionaire Laurence Graff. Why so pricey? Pink diamonds are generally found only in lower carat weights. A diamond of this pure color and magnitude is most rare and therefore, unbelievably expensive.