Top 10 Most Expensive Rings Ever Crafted!

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Many say that diamonds are a girl’s bestfriend. But with the price tag of these jewels, not everyone can afford to get such “friends”. The following expensive rings are over the top pricey but it won’t hurt to take a look at these beauties, right?

10. Sotheby’s Golconda Diamond Ring $6.5 million



The sparkling diamond came from the ancient mine of Golconda, which has gained fame as a hotspot for absolutely stunning jewels. These precious stones are actually some of the purest and chemically nitrogen-free in the world. Only 2% of diamonds can claim that stat! The Golconda Diamond Ring features a whopping 30.01-carat antique pear-shaped diamond and an even shocking price. It’s owner better keep an eye on it.

9. Blue Diamond Ring $10 million




Blurb 6.01 carat, blue diamond in a cushion shape, surrounded by a smaller pink diamond on either side. It was sold at an auction in Hong Kong for thrice its expected price range of $2.5 million. This just show how much the rich people are willing to spend just to get this exquisite piece of gem.

8. The Vivid Pink $11.8 million


This ring almost reached $12 million! One look at it and you’ll understand why. The pink hue in the stone is very rare, making  it more valuable. This 5-carat diamond is sure to make any girl fall in love.

7. The Bulgari Blue $15.7 million


his is the biggest blue diamond in a triangle cut in the world! It features a 9.87-carat white diamond alongside a 10.95-carat Vivid Blue diamond. It was first in Rome in the 1970s before making its way to North America, where Christie’s was holding on to it for safe keeping. The original price estimation for The Bulgari Blue diamond is actually three times lower than what it is worth now. It was sold at an auction for nearly $16 million and has set a record.

6. The Vivid Yellow $16.3 million


This one is the most expensive yellow diamond of all time, and was sold at a Sotheby’s Geneva auction of Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels. It features two diamonds on the side, totaling more than 100 carats and looks like it would seriously weigh down someone’s hand! It also goes by the name “Dream Diamond,” and it is quite easy to see why.

5. The Perfect Pink Diamond $23.2 million


It is a 14.23-carat pink diamond that sold at a Christie’s auction in Hong Kong. Cut into a rectangle shape, the jewel is a rare shade of pink and even when that type of pink does get discovered, it is hard to find it at such a large size.

4. The Winston Blue $23.8 million


The Winston Blue Diamond is named as such because Harry Winston jewelers named it. This is a flawless, vivid blue diamond; that biggest one in the whole entire world! It is 13.22 carats, a world record, and apparently worth nearly 24 million dollars. The teardrop-shaped diamond looks absolutely perfect.

3. The Graff Pink $46.2 million



It was sold by Harry Winston, a famous jeweler who let it go sixty years ago. During all those years, the ring has been kept hidden, but it recently was sent home with a bidder in Asia. The diamond is 24.78 carats of luxury and elegance, and its hardly ever found pink color is to die for!

2. Pink Star Diamond Ring $72 million


This is a 72-million-dollar diamond. We repeat. A 72-MILLION-DOLLAR DIAMOND.

This gigantic gem is also called The Pink Dream, it is a national treasure and comes in at 59.60 carats with perfect clarity. It is an oval-shape stone and underwent polishing and cutting for two years to achieve the perfect look. Originally, it was 132.5 carats in its natural state.

1. Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond $80 million


It is 31.06 carats, a deep-blue color, and boasts perfect clarity. Three different experts worked on cutting the diamond to get it just right.  It was discovered at the end of the 17th century in the Kollur Mine Guntur District of India, it originally belonged to King Philip IV of Spain. it also belonged at one point to the Austrian and Bavarian Crown Jewels. But now, thousands and thousands of people have stared at this beaut for it now rests at the National Museum of Natural History.


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