Chopard Blue Diamond RingFeaturing a trademark light blue color, the Chopard Blue Diamond Ring is one of the most expensive in the world at $16.26 million. The oval-shaped blue diamond is surrounded by white diamonds and set on an 18-carat white gold band. If you do the math, this ring comes out to roughly $1.7 million per carat.
Graff Diamonds' Pink Diamond RingSetting a record for per-carat prices, a five-carat pink diamond ring, set by Graff Diamonds, was sold at a Hong Kong auction in December 2009 for a crazy $10.8 million. Chinese millionaire Liu Yiqian offered up a big of HK$70 million but was outbid by a phone bidder at the last minute who offered a whopping HK$83.5 million.
The Blue DiamondKnown simply as The Blue Diamond, this ring set records for the most expensive precious jewel of its kind, coming in at nearly $8 million for 6.04 carats. Unlike the Chopard Blue Diamond Ring, The Blue Diamond is darker in hue, but flawless in clarity. This beauty sold at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong to what is likely one very happy lady.
Beyonce's Engagement RingThey may have denied their wedding but rapper Jay-Z and singer Beyonce could not hide the massive rock she was sporting before the couple married in 2008. The Lorraine Schwartz ring was a flawless 18-carat rock valued at over $5 million. For a couple that tried so hard to hide their engagement and their wedding, a ring this big and flashy sure made that difficult.
Paris Hilton's Engagement RingComing in at a whopping $4.7 million at the time, socialite Paris Hilton was sporting a 24-carat white diamond engagement ring back in 2005. The ring, given to her by Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis, lived on well after the engagement ended after only four months. Hilton initially kept the ring, but later auctioned it off with the proceeds going to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
"An Impressive Diamond Ring"Called simply "an impressive diamond ring," this giant gem fetched an impressive $4,226,500 when sold at Christie’s Important Jewels sale in New York City. The oval-cut diamond, given a E color and VVS2 clarity, clocked in at 46.51 carats and was set on a platinum band. If those carats were not enough, the band also included two other diamonds, each at or over one carat.
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