A Diamond Pendant Necklace Weighing Approximately 50.52 Carats. Christie's image Ltd 2012 Suspending a pear-shaped diamond, weighing approximately 50.52 carats, from a circular-cut diamond, weighing approximately 2.28 carats, to the fine link neckchain, mounted in platinum, 17½ ins.
The Graff Pink: This is a fancy intense pink emerald-cut diamond that weighs about 24.78 carats. It was bought by Laurence Graff, a London jewellery dealer for 45.6 million dollars at Sotheby's, Geneva auction. The stone made it to the market from a private collection, and has not appeared since it was purchased about 60 years ago from Mr Harry Winston.
Blue diamonds are one of the rarest colours in nature and at 22.02cts ‘The Blue Ice’ – a Fancy Deep Blue pear shape diamond ring set with pear shape diamond shoulders – is one of the finest examples in the world today.
Elizabeth Taylor wore the 69.42 carat Taylor-Burton Diamond to the 1970 Academy Awards. Cartier sold the famous pear shaped diamond to Richard Burton the previous year for $1.1 million. "Originally, I wore the diamond as a ring, but even for me it was too big, so we had Cartier design a necklace. I'm still sick that I sold it some years later." - Elizabeth Taylor, My Love Affair with Jewelry
Evoking the ancient Greek belief that diamonds were the fragments of fallen stars – the exquisite pear shape Twin Stars earrings feature two 22 carat D Internally Flawless pear shape diamonds, each set with round and pear shape diamonds. 6 diamonds at totally 53.41cts