Thursday, June 19, 2014

Diamonds at Auction

Most beautiful things come at a price. This is a true statement when it comes to diamonds. The world is obsessed with the beauty of diamonds, with unique diamonds fetching millions of dollars at auctions. Only the rich can purchase it, but that does not stop everyone from admiring its beauty.

  1. The Graff Pink: The diamond is considered as the rarest of the pink diamonds the world has ever seen. The 24 carat diamond was sold for $46 million at Sotheby’s auction. British billionaire jeweler Laurence Graff was the highest bidder and took the eternity with him.
  1. The Switchback-Graff Diamond: British billionaire jeweler Laurence Graff is the purchaser of this piece of jewelry. It was owned by Philip IV of Spain and is considered as a rare diamond the mankind has ever seen. The diamond was originally 35.56-carat before Laurence Graff decided to remove the flaws and made it into 31.06 carats flawless diamond.
  1. The Perfect Pink: The diamond weighs 14.23 carats and is considered to be among the rare diamonds having the perfect pink to its color. The diamond was sold at Christie’s auction in Hong Kong in 2010. An unknown bidder holds the title owning this unique piece of jewelry.

Although even if you are not this affluent to go for diamond auctions, find a reputable jeweler in Toronto who will assist you in finding the best diamond ring for your special day.


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