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The top lot of Christie’s Oct. 16 auction of Magnificent Jewels was this 50.52-carat flawless diamond, which sold for $188,000 per carat.

pear-shape D-color flawless diamond pendant sold for millions to a private collector at Christie's New York Magnificent Jewels sale.

100.02-carat Pear-Shaped Fancy Yellow-Brown Diamond Pendant Necklace, Diamond Necklace Signed Cartier

A Pear-Shaped Fancy Deep Brown-Orange Diamond Pendant, perfectly paired with a Necklace signed Cartier

The Victoria-Transvaal Diamond was cut from a 240-carat rough stone found at the Premier Mine in Transvaal, South Africa, in 1951. The pear shaped, fancy “champagne-colored” diamond was originally cut to 75 carats but then later recut to 67.89 carats for better proportions. Total weight of the 106 diamonds in the necklace is approximately 45 carats. The Victoria-Transvaal diamond was worn in the 1952 movie “Tarzan’s Savage Fury.”

The Victoria-Transvaal Diamond was cut from a rough stone found at the Premier Mine in Transvaal, South Africa, in The pear shaped, fancy “champagne-colored” diamond was originally cut to 75 carats but then later recut to carats for b

Jewelry Diamond : The Beau Sancy a 34.98 carat diamond which is 400 years old

Jewelry Diamond : The Beau Sancy a carat diamond which is 400 years old

Bulgari...♡

Bulgari in Portofino Presentation of "Diva" jewelry collection - Iamitalian has been invited at the amazing event in Portofino organized by Bulgari. Carla Bruni - Here the first part of our fashion trip!

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Top 12 Most Expensive Jewels Sold at Auction in 2014

The Sun Drop Diamond

Top 5 Most Expensive Yellow Diamonds: the Sun Drop diamond discovered in South Africa in

Moon of Baroda The Moon of Baroda is a 24.04 carats (4.81 g) cut diamond discovered in Vadodara (Baroda), India. The diamond, canary yellow in colour, is cut in a pear shape. When found, the rough diamond weighed 25.95 carats (5.19 g). Color: yellow Cut Weight(carat): 24.04 Cut: Pear Country of origin: India

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Moon of Baroda The Moon of Baroda is a 24.04 carats (4.81 g) cut diamond discovered in Vadodara (Baroda), India. The diamond, canary yellow in colour, is cut in a pear shape. When found, the rough diamond weighed 25.95 carats (5.19 g). Color: yellow Cut Weight(carat): 24.04 Cut: Pear Country of origin: India

fails to sell at Christie's Hong Kong May 2014 Spring auction. the pear-shape is 40.05cts, while the cushion shape is 6.76ct. The diamond pendant was estimated to sell around US$ 8.5-10m but fails to find a buyer.

'The Eye of Golconda' Could Fetch $10 Million at Christie's Hong Kong Jewelry Auction

The Eye of Golconda: The Eye of Golconda – Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing carats, to the old mine-cut diamond surmount weighing carats, spaced by an octagonal-shaped emerald weighing carat and diamond beads, suspended from a doub

Natural Rare White Pear Shaped Diamond - 9.15cts

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These pear-shaped diamonds were purchased by Winston from the Maharaja of Indore in 1946, and are seen here in a necklace setting.

Indore Pears

Indore Pears These pear-shaped diamonds were purchased by Winston from the Maharaja of Indore in and are seen here in a necklace setting

The Christina Onasis diamond 43carats @ReinaIndy   43

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38 carats Diamond necklace & worth every carat Im sure it belonged to me in a past life;

The Pink Star and other expensive diamonds – in pictures

The Pink Star and other expensive diamonds – in pictures

christie's jewels - Google претрага

A diamond necklace, by William Goldberg. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2013 Designed as a graduated cluster of pear and oval-cut.

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Real diamonds are forever

The Hope Diamond, at carats, is the world’s largest deep-blue diamond and one of the most famous and valuable museum objects on earth. The diamond is kept inside a large vault in the depths of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

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