In 2011, the world’s most expensive diamond ring was sold for nearly 11 million dollars. This rare pink diamond ring has set a new first in the Guinness Book of World Records. The pink diamond boasts 5 carats; has two white diamonds; and is owned by billionaire Laurence Graff. Why so pricey? Pink diamonds are generally found only in lower carat weights. A diamond of this pure color and magnitude is most rare and therefore, unbelievably expensive.
Platinum Engagement Rings: This Expensive Diamond Ring showcases a magnificent 10.02-carat, EGL-certified (EGL 54645301D) radiant cut diamond (I color; SI1 clarity) in the center and 2 trillion cut diamonds on the sides totaling 2 ctw. This luxurious 3 stone diamond engagement ring is absolutely breathtaking!
The Graff Pink -- Classified by the GIA as "fancy intense pink" and has been assessed as Diamond type IIa, placing it in the top two per cent of the world's diamonds! The early history of the diamond is not clear. It was sold in the 1950s by Harry Winston to a private collector, and was sold again at auction in 2010. The diamond is emerald cut with rounded corners, and is mounted on a platinum ring with two flanking shield-shaped diamonds. (Wikipedia)
Completing our trio of the most expensive diamond rings in the world is the 24.18ct Cullinan Dream - the largest Fancy Intense blue diamond to ever appear at auction. Discover the most expensive rings in the world: http://www.thejewelleryeditor.com/jewellery/know-how/most-expensive-ring-in-the-world/ #jewelry