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  • Caroline Lindval

    The world's first all diamond ring! Swiss jewelry company Shawish has created a diamond ring from one massive hunk of rock. To be precise, this is 150 carats of pure bling we’re talking about. According to the Daily Mail, the ring, which is valued around $70 million, took one year to create, using special laser equipment. Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/03/26/swiss-jeweler-unveils-worlds-first-all-diamond-ring/#ixzz2TnKZ5ZRf

  • Madeleine Pohl

    Talk about a diamond ring! Dang 150carats and $68,000,000.00

  • Amanda Lifferth

    150 carat all diamond ring ... only $70,000,000, found my new wedding ring! No metal to be allergic to lol!

  • Christy Goodman

    all diamond ring valued at $70,000,000. wonder who will give this to KIM Kardashian for an engagement ring this time around ;)

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