Humans have used diamonds and other jewellery to embellish themselves. This is a common practice for many years.
The option is never ending from necklaces to crowns and bracelets. When someone thinks expensive jewellery immediately imagines celebrities covered with gold, silver and gemstones, beautiful ornaments.
It can be given as a sign of love, like an engagement ring or a way to show the status, like a Cartier diamond necklace. Or it can even be a piece of art that is beautiful but not wearable.
The Most Expensive Homes selected some of the most expensive pieces of jewellery with a little of everything and this selection comes from the most elite jewellery top houses and designers. These pieces are unique and you will not find them in a local store.
$11.8 Million – The Vivid Pink by Graff
Pink diamonds are one of the most valuable ones, the other colours of diamonds have some explanation but the pink coloured diamonds have no explanation whatsoever that is why they are so rare.
This beautiful piece of jewellery, it´s called Vivid Pink Graff diamond and it is made with a cushion-shaped 5 carat pink diamond that is top quality. On each side, there is a complementary touch with a “regular” shield-shaped diamond all mounted in platinum and 18k rose gold.
$12.4 Million – Wallis Simpson Panther Bracelet
A Cartier bracelet in the form of a panther, an unconventional jewellery piece made with diamond, onyx and emeralds. This piece belonged to Wallis Simpson who abdicated the British throne in 1930s due to her relationship with Edward VIII, this panther bracelet belongs to a collection of gifts that he gave to her.
$12.7 Million – Emerald and Diamond Tiara
This tiara is made of 11 rare Columbian pear-shaped emeralds which are at the top of the piece (500 carats emeralds), it has silver, gold and diamonds, there are 11 large cushion-shaped and seat in the body of the tiara itself.
It was created around 1900 and it belonged to Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck.
$14 Million – Heart of the Kingdom Ruby Necklace
Garrard is the oldest jewellery house in the world and it was the Crown Jeweller, so of course from there big things are expected. The Heart of Kingdom ruby necklace is one famous piece created by Garrard. It has a large carat Burmese ruby as centrepiece and it’s complemented with a necklace made of 155 carats diamonds. The amazing is that you can turn this jewellery around transforming it in a tiara.
$17.3 Million – Heart of the Ocean Necklace
A big blue diamond inspired on the movie Titanic is the inspiration for this necklace. Kate Winslet’s character had a necklace like this in the movie so famed jeweller Harry Winston created a replica of the necklace using real jewels. The centrepiece is a 15-carat blue diamond. Gloria Stewart, the actress who played the elderly ‘Rose’ in the film, wore the creation to the Oscars.
We know this expensive jewellery blow everyone’s mind because the way the diamonds shine and their value. What do you think of this selection?