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image of: Solid Silver Skull Pendant with 1.14 Carat Pear Shaped Diamond

image of: Solid Silver Skull Pendant with 1.14 Carat Pear Shaped Diamond

This stunning ring looks extremely royal due to its magnificent appearance. A pear shaped tanzanite studded with 42 round diamonds of 0.480 carats

This stunning ring looks extremely royal due to its magnificent appearance. A pear shaped tanzanite studded with 42 round diamonds of 0.480 carats

Diamonds Sparkle at Christie's Opening Luxury Week Auction. This 14.82-carat, pear-shaped E color VVS2 diamond  sold above its estimate for nearly $1.6 million, or $107,500 per carat.

Diamonds Sparkle at Christie's Opening Luxury Week Auction. This 14.82-carat, pear-shaped E color VVS2 diamond sold above its estimate for nearly $1.6 million, or $107,500 per carat.

For the Love of God is a sculpture by artist Damien Hirst produced in 2007. It consists of a platinum cast of a human skull encrusted with 8,601 flawless diamonds, including a 52.4 carat pear-shaped pink diamond located in the forehead.

For the Love of God is a sculpture by artist Damien Hirst produced in 2007. It consists of a platinum cast of a human skull encrusted with 8,601 flawless diamonds, including a 52.4 carat pear-shaped pink diamond located in the forehead.

The Spoonmaker’s Diamond is a 86 carats (17g) pear-shaped diamond. (Topkapi Palace Museum)

The Spoonmaker’s Diamond is a 86 carats (17g) pear-shaped diamond. (Topkapi Palace Museum)

Lorna Amethyst Pear Cut Halo Cocktail Statement Ring | 12 Carat | Cubic Zirconia

Lorna Amethyst Pear Cut Halo Cocktail Statement Ring | 12 Carat | Cubic Zirconia

Damien Hirst’s sculpture, “For The Love of God”. A platinum skull encrusted with 8,601 diamonds, eye and nose sockets filled with hundreds of jewels and a 52-carat pear-shaped stone fixed on the forehead, bordered with 14 diamonds. It was influenced by Mexican skulls encrusted in turquoise. The skull has been sold to an investment group for $100 million. What's not to love?

Damien Hirst’s sculpture, “For The Love of God”. A platinum skull encrusted with 8,601 diamonds, eye and nose sockets filled with hundreds of jewels and a 52-carat pear-shaped stone fixed on the forehead, bordered with 14 diamonds. It was influenced by Mexican skulls encrusted in turquoise. The skull has been sold to an investment group for $100 million. What's not to love?

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