Liz Taylor wearing Bulgari emerald and diamond necklace gifted by Richard Burton

Liz Taylor wearing Bulgari emerald and diamond necklace gifted by Richard Burton

The wedding ring Joe DiMaggio gave Marilyn Monroe (Jan. 14, 1954)

The wedding ring Joe DiMaggio gave Marilyn Monroe (Jan. 14, 1954)

Let’s venture into the fully-stocked, hard-to-believe closets of socialite Paris Hilton. http://goo.gl/ZXa7B3

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Diamond

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Diamond

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Diamond Thunder Daze

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Diamond Thunder Daze

Pretty sweet rose gold knot pendant with pink and white diamonds

Pretty sweet rose gold knot pendant with pink and white diamonds

Pink Star Diamond:
Let’s say you’ve got an extra $80 million or so burning a hole in your pocket. What would you spend it on? Would a single - admittedly beautiful - diamond ever catch your eye?
The Pink Star Diamond is a “Fancy Vivid Pink” diamond that was mined in 1999 in South Africa. Weighing in at 59.6 carats, this gem was sold by Sotheby’s for a record $83 million: more than any other diamond - or any gem - ever sold.
Composition: Carbon | Market Value: $83,187,381, or about $1,395,761 per carat

Pink Star Diamond:

Let’s say you’ve got an extra $80 million or so burning a hole in your pocket. What would you spend it on? Would a single - admittedly beautiful - diamond ever catch your eye?

The Pink Star Diamond is a “Fancy Vivid Pink” diamond that was mined in 1999 in South Africa. Weighing in at 59.6 carats, this gem was sold by Sotheby’s for a record $83 million: more than any other diamond - or any gem - ever sold.

Composition: Carbon | Market Value: $83,187,381, or about $1,395,761 per carat

Demantoid means “diamond like,” and the gem displays an adamantine luster with amazing brilliance and dispersion.  Gems larger than a few carats are extremely rare.  Dematoid gems are usually high in clarity but may contain characteristic inclusions of byssolite, needle-like radiating inclusions referred to as “horsetails.” Today, because of limited supplies, demantoid maintains its status as a rare and valuable gem.  Demantoid has been found in Italy and Iran, and more recently Namibia (1996). However, the Russian material continues to be the standard by which the gem is judged. This beautiful cushion-cut demantoid, found in Russia in the late 1990s, exhibits the vivid intense emerald-green color that is very rare and highly prized.  At 11.24 carats it is a major upgrade for the National Gem Collection.  It is a world-class gemstone and one of the largest and finest faceted demantoids known.  - See more at: http://geogallery.si.edu/index.php/en/10266183/demantoid#sthash.30mRmn95.dpuf
Demantoid means “diamond like,” and the gem displays an adamantine luster with amazing brilliance and dispersion.  Gems larger than a few carats are extremely rare.  Dematoid gems are usually high in clarity but may contain characteristic inclusions of byssolite, needle-like radiating inclusions referred to as “horsetails.” Today, because of limited supplies, demantoid maintains its status as a rare and valuable gem.  Demantoid has been found in Italy and Iran, and more recently Namibia (1996). However, the Russian material continues to be the standard by which the gem is judged. This beautiful cushion-cut demantoid, found in Russia in the late 1990s, exhibits the vivid intense emerald-green color that is very rare and highly prized.  At 11.24 carats it is a major upgrade for the National Gem Collection.  It is a world-class gemstone and one of the largest and finest faceted demantoids known.  - See more at: http://geogallery.si.edu/index.php/en/10266183/demantoid#sthash.30mRmn95.dpuf
Blue Heart Diamond) was donated by Mrs. Marjorie Merriweather Post in 1964. Designed by Harry Winston - See more at: http://geogallery.si.edu/index.php/en/1001979/blue-heart-diamond#sthash.t0a3nikA.dpuf
This platinum bracelet contains 31 antique-cut Burmese rubies (totaling 60 carats) possessing the deep, highly-valued color called pigeon’s blood. Burma, particularly the region around Mogok, has been a main source for rubies since the late fifteenth century. Rubies from this region are known for their rich and vibrant color, which is why the term “Burmese Ruby” is synonymous with the finest color rubies. A red to slightly purplish-red color, that is medium-dark in tone, with the vibrancy of the color enhanced by a red fluorescence is called pigeon’s blood. The rubies in this bracelet were taken from another piece of jewelry and reset by Harry Winston, Inc., in 1950. The original cuts were retained and the stones were reset in a 3-row platinum bracelet with diamonds. The accompanying 107 pear, marquise and round brilliant cut diamonds, total 27 carats. This beautiful bracelet was donated to the Smithsonian in 1961 and is on display in the Gem Gallery at the National Museum of Natural History. - See more at: http://geogallery.si.edu/index.php/en/1002085/burmese-ruby-bracelet#sthash.2b3BVBHt.dpuf
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Rio Tinto showcases the world’s largest collection of rare red and pink diamonds:
Rio Tinto’s iconic Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender has been unveiled during a world exclusive preview in Sydney, with the 2014 collection boasting a record four rare Fancy Red diamonds.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the world’s most anticipated diamond sale, the 2014 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender collection comprises 55 diamonds, including 51 pink and purplish red diamonds and four Fancy Red diamonds.
The 2014 Tender is expected to attract global demand with the inclusion of the best Argyle pink diamonds and the four rare Fancy Red diamonds - taking the total to just 13 Fancy Red diamonds to have been included in the annual Tender during the last 30 years.
The hero of the 2014 collection is a spectacular 1.21 carat radiant cut Fancy Red diamond named Argyle Cardinal™ after a small red northern American bird. 

Rio Tinto showcases the world’s largest collection of rare red and pink diamonds:

Rio Tinto’s iconic Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender has been unveiled during a world exclusive preview in Sydney, with the 2014 collection boasting a record four rare Fancy Red diamonds.

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the world’s most anticipated diamond sale, the 2014 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender collection comprises 55 diamonds, including 51 pink and purplish red diamonds and four Fancy Red diamonds.

The 2014 Tender is expected to attract global demand with the inclusion of the best Argyle pink diamonds and the four rare Fancy Red diamonds - taking the total to just 13 Fancy Red diamonds to have been included in the annual Tender during the last 30 years.

The hero of the 2014 collection is a spectacular 1.21 carat radiant cut Fancy Red diamond named Argyle Cardinal™ after a small red northern American bird. 

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Get 10% off your custom ring order!  Enter the code ‘GOREY’ when you order, or just tell them Gorey Details sent you!
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