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Formerly known as The Krupp Diamond, The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond is a rare D color (Type IIa) VS1 clarity diamond weighing 33.19 carats. The stone was a gift from Richard Burton, who purchased it in 1968 for $3,000.000. Christie's selling estimate is $300 000 000, but it is anticipated the diamond will sell for much more.

Formerly known as The Krupp Diamond, The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond is a rare D color (Type IIa) clarity diamond weighing carats.

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The Taylor-Burton Diamond, 1969
Her most famous gem was a 69.42-carat pear-shaped diamond that Burton purchased at auction for over $1 million. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace." She wore the new design to the Academy Awards in 1970.

The Taylor-Burton Diamond, 1969 Her most famous gem was a pear-shaped diamond that Burton purchased at auction for over 1 million USD. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace.

The Tayor-Burton diamond. The originalrough was found at the Premier mine in South Africa. It weighed 241 cts until Harry Winston cut it into the 69.42 ct pear shaped it is today. Cartier bought the diamonds and set it into the necklace above. Richard Burton bought the complete necklace for Elizabeth Taylor in 1969. Via Jewelry Nerd

The Taylor-Burton diamond necklace consisting of 67 pear-shaped diamonds with the central diamond of carats. The necklace was made for Cartier in Image Courtesy of Oscar Heyman, Inc.

THE QUEEN'S ENGAGEMENT RING This three-carat diamond solitaire ring may be impressive for an engagement ring, but for the Queen it's pretty small compared to the other gems in her collection. However, it has impressive origins: The diamonds in the ring were taken from a tiara owned by Philip's mother, Princess Alice.

Queen Elizabeth Jewelry Collection

This three-carat diamond solitaire ring may be impressive for an engagement ring, but for the Queen it's pretty small .

White Diamonds with the Dresden Green, an Important Green-Colored Diamond, in its 2nd setting as a Hat Ornament

The Dresden Green Diamond is a 41 carats g) natural green diamond, which probably originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. In the diamond was incorporated into an extremely valuable hat ornament, surrounded by two l

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