Natural Pink Diamond for $46,155,679 Less!

November 18th, 2010 by James L. Sweaney, CGA, FGA. GG

Pink Star Pendant

Our beautiful Pink Star Pendant, of 14k white gold set with a 1/5 ct. round natural pink diamond, accented with 3/4 ct. tw. of white diamonds, is yours for just $2995– that's $46,155,679 US dollars less than the price paid for the 24.78 ct. emerald cut pink diamond that just sold at the Sotheby's November 16 auction in Geneva.

Sotheby's set a world record price for any gemstone, any piece of jewelry when it sold the Fancy Intense Pink diamond ring to Lawrence Graff, famous London jeweler to the stars, royalty and other excessively wealthy individuals! Not shy about spending enormous sums for fine gems, Mr. Graff battled 3 other bidders, paying top dollar for the piece dubbed the world's most important ring. Graff has set other world records, in 2006, paying the most ever per carat for ruby by winning the auction for a superb 8 ct. natural Burma Ruby, and paying a record $24 million US 2 years ago for the famous Wittlesbach Blue Diamond.

Check our our recent blog for more about about pink diamonds and our Pink Star Pendant– and if you really have too much money and want a $50 million dollar diamond, give us a call!

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