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The Most Expensive Pieces Of Jewellery In The World

Precious jewels are a substance that has been invested in by many for hundreds of years. Even today, there are people all over the world that would kill for a small rock worth millions of dollars. In this article, we have listed out some of these very expensive pieces of jewellery.   1: PRINCESS DIANA’S ENGAGEMENT RING: Princess Diana was and is still an iconic person beloved by people all over the globe. Her engagement ring, a huge sapphire set in diamonds, is again an iconic piece of jewellery for it was personally chosen by her, perhaps because sapphire is always her gem of choice, or perhaps it reminded her of her mother’s engagement ring, there are hundreds of speculations. The ring has now been handed down to Princess Catherine who was gifted the same by Princess William on their engagement. Today the ring is valued at over 38,488 dollars. 2: THE BRIOLETTE DIAMOND NECKLACE: This necklace has a centrepiece that is a stunning briolette diamond that weighs over 75 carats and also has smaller marquise diamond attached to it. It further has smaller briolette diamonds as well, all set on a chain made of white gold. The chain itself weighs over 18 carats and its length can be adjusted. Today the necklace is one of the most expensive pieces of jewellery in the world and has an estimated worth of over 11.1 million.     3: WALLIS SIMPSON’S PANTHER BRACELET: Shaped like a panther and studded with diamonds and onyxes, the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson’s Panther bracelet was designed by Cartier Paris in 1952. Despite some of its stones missing, the bracelet was auctioned out for over 12.4 million dollars which is almost thrice its original value. Today it said that the coveted bracelet is owned by Madonna who had directed a film about Simpson. 4: HEART OF THE OCEAN: The heart of the ocean is perhaps one of the most popular and recognised pieces of jewellery in the world today. A replica of the beautiful jewel that made its appearance in the movie Titanic, it was worn by Gloria Stuart who played the elderly Rose in the movie, to the 1998 Academy awards. Created by an acclaimed jeweller, Harry Winston, the necklace features an original blue diamond worth over 15 carats. Today it is priced at just around 20 million and is among the world’s most expensive necklaces ever. Even imitations of the same cost around 3.5 million due to its popularity.
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Diamonds: Knowing the Basics Part II

We would like to thank you for showing an interest in reading our blog. In this article we have looked at the other 2C’s and have added some money saving tips in there as well. Without further ado; let’s kick things off. 3. Carat The one thing that most people will keep their eye out for is the carat value of the diamond. But what people don’t know is what a carat represents. A carat is the weight of the diamond where one carat refers to 200 milligram units. A single carat in itself is divided into 100 units. So for example if the carat of the diamond that you are looking into is 0.50 carat; what that means is that the diamond that you are looking at is a 50 pointer. The carat determines the price of the diamond but not the quality to a great extent. Larger diamonds will have a higher carat value, but that doesn’t mean they are of better quality. If anything, larger diamonds are prone to more flaws and blemishes and thus one of the major reasons why smaller diamonds are preferred and valued more.   carat   4. Cut We have saved the most important factor as the last one. The cut is by far the most critical factor that needs to be taken into account when purchasing a diamond. The cut is the only man-made change to the diamond. A poorly cut diamond can cost merchants thousands of dollars because a poorly cut diamond loses its reflective properties. The reflective properties result in the sparkle that is seen when light falls on it. This sparkle is often referred to as the fire of a diamond. Expert cutters take the utmost care to cut diamonds to retain its reflective properties. The cut is also the only factor that can greatly alter the other three factors and essentially influence the whole value of the diamond. A poorly cut diamond will not have great value and if you by any chance come across a poorly cut diamond, then move past it. Because other factor mistakes will not influence the selling price of a diamond as much as a poorly cut diamond.   The biggest money saver beyond these 4C’s is the shape of the diamond. You can save a lot of money by taking into account the 4C’s and then quickly lose your leverage by asking for a round or princess cut diamond. What we suggest is to go for an oval-shaped diamond and enjoy the 20-40% money that you’ll be saving.
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Diamonds: Knowing the Basics Part I

Buying a diamond is a massive investment that you are making, and you need to make the right decision when choosing the diamond. Here are some of the basic mistakes that people make while picking out diamonds. Before we get into the discussion on what not to do; let’s talk about something that you need to be doing. You need to understand the 4C’s before you finalise on the diamond; every seller is going to try to pull a fast one on you and push a poor quality diamond. The 4C’s are carat, colour, cut and clarity. We will go over each of these essential parameters and look at what can be done to make your big decision as easy as possible. 1. Clarity Let’s start things off with something easy. By now you should know that diamonds are formed under the surface of the earth where the carbon is subjected to huge amounts of pressure. What this pressure sometimes does is that it leads to some flaws appearing on the surface of the gemstone. So when you are looking at a diamond in a showroom; make sure you get the data on the diamond. If the information has FL written on it, then that means that the diamond is void of flaws; otherwise, there will mention the type of defects present in it. So when a merchant is trying to pull a fast one and push across a poor quality diamond, you will be aware that it is not value for money.   Prioritize-the-Diamond-4Cs   2. Colour So the diamond that you are looking at is good, and there are no flaws. Now we move on to the second step; understanding the colour of the diamond. The best diamonds have a colour grade of D. The grades go from D to Z and D grade diamonds are the best of the lot. Colourless diamonds are what you are looking for especially if you are going to shelling out big bucks for them. It is common practice to hear diamond merchants say stuff like the pink or the blue diamond is the best one here. They are just trying to push coloured diamonds to unsuspecting customers who only realise that they have been taken for a ride when they try to sell their diamond at a later stage. We have discussed two out of the 4C’s; check out our other article that explains the other 2C’s.

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