Most Expensive Jewelries in the World AuctionedCheryle Baviera
The unusual fetish of humans sometimes made me thought about what kind of gratification a certain person gets after buying an expensive piece of jewelry? Perhaps, you will get dumbfounded as much as i did, I have come across an interesting write up about the most expensive jewelries in the world which had been sold for some unknown reason and I would like to share it with you.
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Needless to say, these were once owned by the wealthiest people in global history. From tiaras, to rings it did not make any sense to them for as long as their personal preferences were happily satisfied. First in the list of the most expensive jewelries is a pink-colored diamond ring which was purchased by a well-known jeweller, Laurence Graff. He even doubled the exact price of the item, just to have it. Next in the roster is a blue diamond ring which has a shocking price of $10 million. It weighs 6.1 carats. Meanwhile, its finely-crafted sides by an oval-pink feature with 0.46 and 0.44 carats respectively.
The pricey jewelry is mounted in an all-platinum material. Its lucky buyer has refused to be identified. In the glittering history of auctioned jewelries across the globe most particularly the most expensive jewelries, it stunningly broke all sales records on a price per carat basis. This was auctioned at Sotheby’s in Hong Kong on the 5th day of October, 2011.
Have you ever seen an Empress Eugenie Brooch at $10.5 million? Surprisingly, it has captivated the eyes of the world from Francois Kramer during the 1855 circa. Design wise, it was patterned after the uniqueness of an antiquated mine and old European-cut diamond open work sculpted bow.
This extravagant piece of jewelry was exclusively made for the beauteous wife of Napoleon Bonaparte III. To make this one as an illustrious item in the ranks of of the most expensive jewelries to be auctioned, the privy negotiation has been arranged by Empress Eugénie. Henri Loyrette and President of the Louvre After which, it was momentously returned to France.
The Wallis Simpson’s Panther Bracelet- This is an onyx and diamond panther bracelet, that was once owned and cherished by Wallis Simpson during this person’s romantic rendezvous with King Edward VIII. It was sold at $12.4 on November 30, 2010 at Sotheby’s in London.
Ultimately, the pink and round- cornered rectangular step cut diamond is adjudged as the “most expensive jewelry piece” and it weighs 24.78 carats. To further describe the top of the line and one of the most expensive jewelries, it had been auctioned with a retail value of $46.2 million, read on.
The most exorbitant auctioned jewelry of all time was previously owned by Harry Winston. But, it was renamed after its current holder Lawrence Graff. Today, the jewelry is widely known as “The Graff Pink”.