The Most Expensive PINK DIAMOND RINGS in the world
Diamonds are every woman best friend, but check this out! These rings are insanely expensive, but so gorgeous and irresistible. You are going to like to have one on your finger, but unless you are a billionaire, your chance is pretty small. Still don’t lose hope, if you can imagine, you can have it!
The Graff Pink Diamond Ring
In 2010, Laurence Graff, a private collector purchased the $46.2 million worth of The Graff Pink, priced at $1.85 million per carat, from its famous creator, American jeweler Harry Winston. This amazing and gorgeous ring is one of the most expensive rings in the world. It has a pink diamond of 24.78 carats and a rare type II color diamond with the finest rating, designated as one of the greatest diamonds found. The pink is perfectly rectangular step cut, with delicately rounded corners, and is set between two shield-shaped diamonds. The three diamonds are mounted on a platinum ring.
The Perfect Pink diamond Ring
Never get bored of pink diamonds. There are many reasons why The Pink Perfect ring is one of the most expensive jewelry pieces in the world with price tag at $23.2 million. It has a 14.23 carat intense pink diamond, which is rare, due to the singular tinge, and perfect color, cut and clarity, as well as the fact that less than 10% of pink diamonds are of over 0.20 carats. In fact, in 244 years of auction history, only 18 diamonds were of 10 carats or more. It is flanked on either side by two colorless diamonds, weighing 1.73 and 1.67 carats. The three rectangular diamonds are set a charming rose and white gold ring of 18 carats.