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Elizabeth in 1972... Showing Off the FIRST 'Publicly' Auctioned and Sold.. {sold to Richard Burton who gifted it to his wife, Elizabeth Taylor - in 1969}... $$1Million$$-Dollar-$Plus...68+ Carat, - Burton/Taylor Diamond Ring. -by Norman Parkinson by Andrew Garth, via Flickr.

from The Christian Science Monitor

Elizabeth Taylor's jewels

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

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.

from Jewelove - Experience The Power of Beauty

Liz Taylor's 33.19 carats Krupp Diamond Platinum Ring

#Red is the rarest hue in an opals play of colour. #Australian #black #opal are the most sought after, this one being a fine example. Now previewing at #bonhams #singapore #preview at #TheRegentHotel #bonhamshk 30-Nov-16 auction of #RareJewelsandJadeite #supergem

TheTaylor-Burton Diamond, 1969 Her most famous gem was a 69.42-carat pear-shaped diamond that Burton purchased at auction for over $1 million. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace." She wore the new design to the Academy Awards in 1970.

from ELLE

46 Rarely Seen Photos of Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor! Ahhhhhhh this picture is beautiful! And so is her 33 carat diamond ring;) I know my Liz Taylor love her

from Mail Online

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

Ruby red: Taylor wearing the ruby and diamond Van Cleef & Arpels ring at he 2006 Macy's Passport gala in Santa Monica, California