Expensive Jewellery can be worth a fortune. In the jewelry world, where can you find expensive jewelry? Of course, it’s an auction. Today, please count down the most expensive jewelry with Normaltan Jewelry.

TOP 10 Expensive Jewelry In The World

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NO.10 The Blue Moon of Josephine

The Blue Moon of Josephine is a blue diamond. Its value is USD48,400,000

This blue diamond weighs 12.03 carats. Jewelry experts are also impressed by its flawlessness. The blue diamond was first discovered at the Cullinan mine in South Africa in 2014 and sold at a Sotheby’s auction in Geneva in November 2015. Hong Kong billionaire MR. Liu Luan Xiong bought it for US$48.4 million, setting a new world record for gemstone transactions. This blue diamond was later renamed “The Blue Moon of Josephine” to express his love for his daughter. Sephine love.

Experts in the jewelry industry generally believe that once the blue diamond is sold at auction again, its transaction price will still rise.

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The Blue Moon of Josephine

NO.9 Graff’s Illusion the Hallucination

The Graff Illusion is the most expensive jewelry watch produced by Graff Diamonds. The diamond watch sold for USD 55,000,000 when it debuted at Basel World in 2014

This rare multi-diamond watch features 110 carats of fancy-colored diamonds. It also makes Graff say it may be the most valuable watch ever made. Like a snowflake, each diamond is uniquely cut, taking thousands of hours in total. Described by the jewelry line as the most expensive and rarest luxury watch in the world.

This luxurious and rare watch is composed of 8 different colors of diamonds, which indeed achieve the effect of “illusion”.

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The Hallucination

NO.8 L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace

L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace is a yellow diamond necklace. The diamond weighs 637 carats. After 4 years of careful manufacturing by jewelry experts, this incomparable yellow diamond necklace is set with 91 white diamonds and uses 18-carat rose gold.

Its value has reached USD 55,000,000

It is said that the diamond appears to have been discovered by a girl in an abandoned mine in the Congo, Africa, in the 1980s, purely by accident. Today it is one of the most expensive jewelry in the world and the most expensive necklace in the world.

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L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace

NO.7  “Memory of Autumn Leaf” and “Dream of Autumn Leaf”

“Memory of Autumn Leaf” and “Dream of Autumn Leaf” are a pair of blue and pink diamond earrings. These pink and blue pear-shaped fancy diamond drop earrings are named after the twin gods Apollo and Artemis. It was sold at Sotheby’s Geneva auction for a total of USD 57,400,000 and set a record for an earring at auction.

The earrings were bought by an anonymous businessman at a Sotheby’s auction. The blue diamond sold for $42 million and the pink diamond for just over $15 million.

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The Memory of Autumn Leaves and The Dream of Autumn Leaves

NO.6  Oppenheimer Blue Oppenheimer Blue

The largest blue diamond in the world, it was sold at auction in 2016 for $57.5 million. The diamond was named after the previous owner “Philip Oppenheimer”. This blue diamond weighs 14.62 carats. As a 1% selected blue diamond, it is indeed rare in the world. In the end, the diamond was purchased by a mysterious buyer through a telephone auction.

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Oppenheimer Blue

NO.5 Pink Star Pink Star

Type: Fancy Vivid Pink Diamond

Value: $71.2 million

This flawless pink natural diamond, weighing 59.60 carats, was auctioned at Christie’s in Geneva, Switzerland in 2013. The final selling price was USD 83,010,000. One of the most expensive jewels on Earth today, it weighed approximately 132.5 carats when it was first discovered in an African diamond mine. After 20 months of cutting work by “Beny Steinmetz”, this dividend diamond was finally born.

The pink star has been auctioned off several times and was finally sold to Chow Tai Fook at auction in 2017 for a whopping $71.2 million.

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Pink Star

NO.4 Centenary Diamond

Type: Diamond

Value: $100 million

In 1986, De Beers Consolidated Mines unearthed this huge colorless diamond at Premier. De Beers first revealed the 599-carat rough stone in 1988, making it the fourth largest in the world at the time. Three years later, the diamond was cut to its current heart-shaped size of 273.85 carats and named the “Centenary Diamond”.

At present, gemological experts estimate the value of this “centennial diamond” at about USD 100,000,000.

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Centenary Diamond

NO.3 Graff Peacock Brooch

Type: Blue, pink, white, yellow, orange, and green diamonds

Value: $100 million

Years ago, Graff Peacock Brooch was commissioned by jeweler Laurence Graff to create a brooch in the shape of a peacock. The brooch is set with 1.305 diamonds, including colored diamonds. The brooch weighs 120.81 carats and contains 20.02 carats of fancy blue diamonds. It is combined with yellow, pink, orange, white, and even rare green diamonds., Estimate USD 100,000,000

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Graff Peacock Brooch

NO.2 The Hope Diamond

Type: Blue Diamond

Value: $350 million or priceless

The hope diamond is also known as the cursed diamond. The origin is India. King Louis XIV purchased this dark gray-blue diamond from a merchant in the 17th century. In the following centuries, the owner who handled it experienced misfortune, full of legend and mystery. Currently, it is now in the Smithsonian Museum, worth USD 350,000,000, and anyone can visit it for free.

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The hope diamond

NO.1 Cullinan Diamond

Type: Diamond

Value: $400 million

Topping the list with a price tag of $400 million is the colossal rough diamond, a 3,106.75-carat diamond discovered in Sir Thomas Cullinan’s mine in South Africa in 1905. At that time, South Africa was a British colony, and King Edward VII of England allowed the South African government to formulate its constitution. To express its gratitude, the South African government bought the diamond from Cullinan for 1,500,000 pounds and gave it to Edward as a birthday present. In the end, it took 8 months for this diamond to be cut into 9 fast diamonds. Separately for jewels such as the crown jewels, including the famous 530 ct Star of Africa.

If time had gone back, this extra-large diamond would have been enough to make 2,633 engagement rings of an average size of 1.18 carats.

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Cullinan Diamond

Each of the above 10 priceless jewels is rare and superb jewelry. Normaltan Jewelry has put it all together, and hope you have gained some insight into these priceless jewels.