CARTIER 12th Largest Diamond In The World. In 2002 a spectacular 581ct. rough diamond was found in the Amazon River in Brazil. It took more than 2 years to create this 230.17ct. diamond, the largest pear cut in the world. In 2007 it was purchased by Steve Winn and mounted in an amazing Cartier platinum diamond necklace valued at $1.1 million dollars, now that’s just the mounting, the 231ct. diamond is not included. The stone itself, color “H” clarity “VSL”, sold for more than 15 million.
Girello - 211 - platinum. The feel of perfect beauty: in the exclusive Girello® models developed by MEISTER, two rings mounted on minuscule ball bearings rotate smoothly, noiselessly and dynamically around each other. The rotating motion and the diamonds elicit a fascinating dance of light. Peerlessly presented in the MEISTER Girello® collection – valued highly both by an international public and acknowledged design experts.
The Lady Rachael Wedding Ring. I initially created this ring for one of my dearest friends in white gold and diamonds. It was so beautiful ,I decided to add it to my collection. Featuring 13 round 3 millimeter Brilliant cut faceted White Topaz gemstones, This is truly a Custom Designer Ring with details you wont get with mass produced or machine made jewelry . Genuine, Natural Gemstones Sterling Silver-Precious Metal with Intrinsic Value that was more valuable than platinum during the…
This is the World’s Most Expensive Christmas Tree and valued at over half a million dollars. This tree is made from 5 pounds of 18 karat gold, is decorated with round briolette diamonds, and has a platinum star with a 4.54 karat diamond on top. ♕BOUTIQUE CHIC♕
An Art Deco diamond set brooch, of rectangular shape with corners cut away, with an openwork pattern comprising of a central, round brilliant-cut diamond with an estimated weight of 0.35ct, with a baguette-cut diamond to the top and bottom of the rectangle, total estimated diamond weight 4.5cts,all mounted in white metal, tested and valued as platinum, overall dimensions 44x22mm, gross weight 11.4 grams, circa 1920.