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Timeless elegance - and a HUG lover of bling and diamond sparkles - Liz Taylor! #diamondsinternational #celebrity #engagement #rings #diamonds #diamondjewellery #liztaylor
T he “Elizabeth Taylor Diamond” (formerly known as the “Krupp Diamond”), a 33.19-carat Type IIA diamond. Purchased for $300,000 in 1968 by Richard Burton, the ring became one Elizabeth Taylor’s most cherished white diamonds; one she wore nearly every day. The Asscher-cut diamond ring recently sold at auction for a whopping $8.8 million.
Elizabeth Taylor wearing the Krupp diamond (a 33.19 carat emerald cut, originally owned by the Krupp family (a very prominent German family) sold by Sotheby's to Richard Burton)
Elizabeth Taylor wearing the Krupp diamond in 1991 ad. Excerpt: "Savvy and strong in business, she was the first actor to receive $1 million dollars for a single film when she played the title role in “Cleopatra” in 1963. Her first fragrance, “Passion”, was introduced in 1987 and is still licensed with Elizabeth Arden. Her “White Diamonds” fragrance is the best-selling celebrity fragrance of all time, even 20 years after it first launched."
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'The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond Ring' (formerly known as 'The Krupp Diamond') - 33.19-carat - Purchased for $300,000 in 1968 by Richard Burton, the ring became one of Elizabeth Taylor’s most cherished white diamond; one she wore nearly every day. Of the ring, she once said, “[It] gives me the strangest feeling for beauty. With its sparks of red and white and blue and purple, and on and on, really, it sort of hums with its own beatific life.” The Asscher-cut diamond ring/Sold: $8.8 million
Elizabeth Taylor wearing the Krupp diamond ring and diamond chandelier earrings
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