Garrard: Heart of the Kingdom Ruby
Does your passion for precious jewels run more toward rubies? If so, Garrard's Heart of the Kingdom Ruby necklace will definitely suit your fancy. And at $14 million, you'd have to be a gazillionaire to wear it! This necklace features as it's centerpiece a nearly 41-carat, super rare, heart-shaped Burma ruby. The brilliant stone is surrounded by more than 150 diamonds.
De Beers' Marie Antoinette Necklace
At $3.7 million, the Marie Antoinette Necklace from De Beers definitely ranks among the world's most expensive necklaces. This is no mere bauble. The necklace features more than 181 carats of diamonds, including a monster 8 carat, pear-shaped white diamond as a centerpiece. All of the jewels are set in platinum.
Leviev Fancy Pink and White Diamond Necklace
For the heiress who has absolutely everything, why not give her Leviev's Fancy Pink and White Diamond necklace? The centerpiece of this gorgeous necklace is a rare pink and white diamond that weighs in at nearly 98 carats! At a mere $2 million, this is one bauble that will get noticed. Big time.
Titanic Heart of the Ocean Diamond
Okay, let's clear this up: the "Heart of the Ocean" diamond necklace that Kate Winslett/Rose wears in the blockbuster movie 'Titanic' is not a real diamond. It's actually a blue cubic zirconium made by London jewelers Asprey & Garrad. The jewelers did later make a reproduction using real gems (including a heart-shaped Ceylon sapphire that weighs in at a whopping 170 carats). The value of that necklace? Around $3.5 million.
Note: Legendary jeweler Harry Winston also created a reproduction of the Heart of the Ocean necklace using a 15 carat blue diamond. A real one. Gloria Stuart wore that stunner to the Oscars. It's value? Oh, a mere $20 million.
Chopard Magnificent Diamond and Emerald Necklace
You will need a ridiculous amount of green to purchase this brilliant Magnificent Diamond and Emerald Necklace from Chopard. This extraordinary necklace features 191 carats of emeralds, set between 16 carats of diamonds. An exact price isn't known ("price on request") - but it's worth at least $3 million. Or more. Probably much more.
H. Stern's Venus Necklace
Designer H. Stern's Venus Necklace is, without question, a true beauty to behold. This necklace, priced at well over $3 million, features 110 carats of diamonds, all set in 18 kt gold (of course). Dazzling!
Neil Lane's Diamond Necklace
Famed jewelry designer Neil Lane's $4 million diamond necklace is beyond show-stopping. It's positively blinding! This truly unique, one of a kind necklace features 140 carats of pear-shaped, cushion-shaped and teardrop-shaped diamonds, all set in platinum on multiple strands.
William Goldberg Fancy Colored Diamond Necklace
For those seeking a colorful necklace, famed jeweler William Goldberg's Fancy Colored Diamond Necklace fits the bill nicely. And it'll be a big, big bill: $2 million will get you this magnificent necklace, which features 45 carats of "fancy-colored" diamonds, all set in platinum and 19-carat yellow gold. Wowza.
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