Someone once said ”Happy girls are the prettiest girls” and jewellery is universally accepted to make girls both happy and pretty. And a girl in pursuit of happiness and beauty through possession of some fine jewellery will agree that some flashy jewellery with a big chunk of rock is a feel good factor, a piece to possess with pride.
Whether you prefer white gold, yellow gold or platinum, diamonds or rubies…there is something about a piece of jewelry that draws people in. Jewelry differs from personal preference to being designed according to culture, but the thing that every piece of jewelry has in common is that almost everyone adores these shiny pieces of adornment.
Of course, the ‘big’-ness of jewellery is not necessarily a reference to its literal size, but could also mean its price. The higher the price of a piece of jewellery, the more sought after and precious it is.
The price of jewelry varies according to the materials used in creating the piece and many pieces are so valuable that they are only worn on special occasions.
Whether you are obsessed with the beauty of a diamond, the glitter of a ruby or simply curious about the most expensive piece of jewelry in the world, then be prepared for a peek at the “most expensive: necklace in the world which goes for over 17 billion naira…
MOUAWAD L’INCOMPARABLE DIAMOND NECKLACE
The Mouawad L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace holds the record for the most valuable necklace in the world costing US $55 million (over 17 billion in naira) and features the flawless 407.48-carat yellow diamond, suspended gracefully from a 229.52-carat white diamond necklace intertwined by 18-karat rose gold branchlets. It weighs 637 carats, with the world’s largest internally flawless diamond as its centre-piece which was discovered over 30 years ago by a young girl, when it was a massive 890 carat by-product of a diamond mining. It took the Mouawad Jewelry over four years to polish it and craft it into a necklace.
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