The Two-Stone Bvlgari Diamond Ring

Bulgari Two-Stone Diamond Ring
One of the rarest diamonds on earth, this Bulgari two-stone ring is unique for many reasons. However, it's not semi-precious stones which we speak of, but elegant one. Bvlgari Two-Stone Diamond Ring, a stunning two-stone diamond ring designed by the legendary jewelry house in the 1970s. This featuring the largest triangular-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond ever to appear at auction, easily becomes one of the most expensive rings in the world due to the two large diamonds it contains. Created in 1972 from the Bulgari collection, an Asian collector willingly bought the ring for $15.7 million after an intense bidding war.
Bvlgari Two Stone Diamond

The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond

The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond
The Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond
After decades of speculation, the truth can now be told. The blue Wittelsbach Diamond that turned to Wittelsbach Graff is one of the most amazing diamonds on earth. A 31.06-carat (6.212 g) bewitchingly dark blue, the Wittelsbach-Graff diamond is steeped in mystery and rich royal provenance. Sold for $24.3 million to Laurence Graff in 2008, it was rumored to be the diamond from the Indian Kingdom of Golkonda and that King Philip IV Spain bought it to include in the dowry of his teenage daughter, Margaret Teresa, in the year of 1664. Check the rarity and beauty than any other jeweller, It looks a lot like the Hope Diamond, doesn't it? One of the world's most legendary gemstones ever exist.

The Graff Pink Diamond

Natural pink diamonds are the rarest and most desirable gems in the world. the Graff Pink with its rectangular step cut, delicate round corners said to be the most expensive piece of jewelry in the world, it was sold for a staggering price of $46 million in November 2010. Famously known as “The Graff Pink”, it is classified as a type II color diamond and has a perfect rating which gives it a price of about $1.85 million per carat.
The Graff Pink Diamond
The Graff Pink Diamond
The Graff Pink, a rare 24.78 carat pink diamond, once owned by American celebrity jeweller Harry Winston, has been described as "one of the greatest diamonds ever discovered". The diamond, mounted in a ring, was sold by Sotheby's auctioneers in Geneva, Switzerland on 16 November 2010. Before its sale, the stone was expected to enter the list of the top ten most expensive diamonds in the world on selling for US $46 million (£29 million) it became the most expensive single jewel ever sold at auction at that time