- Jewelry is important in many cultures and civilizations.
- People wear jewelry to enhance their appearance or due to their beliefs.
- Jewelry can be as valuable as money.
- The 10th most expensive piece of jewelry is the Shopard watch, priced at $25 million.
- The Hutton Devani Jadeite necklace by Cartier is the 9th most expensive, costing $27.44 million.
- The Pink Emerald Cut Graph Diamond is the 8th most expensive, sold for $46.2 million.
- The Blue Moon of Josephine is the 7th most expensive, purchased for $48.4 million.
- The Lincomparable Diamond Necklace is the most valuable necklace, priced at $55 million.
Jewelry plays an important role in many cultures and civilizations, with some pieces being considered as valuable as money. This list highlights the top 10 most expensive pieces of jewelry in the world, with prices ranging from $25 million to $1.3 billion. The list includes the Shoppard 201 carat watch, which is made up of 874 diamonds, including three heart-shaped diamonds in pink, blue, and white, and costs $25 million. The Hutton Devani jadeite necklace by Cartier, owned by Barbara Hutton, was sold for $27.44 million in 2014. The Pink Emerald Cut Graff Diamond, owned by Harry Winston, was sold for $46.2 million in 2010. The Blue Moon of Josephine, a 12.03 carat blue diamond, was sold to Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau for $48.4 million in 2015. The L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace, featuring the world’s largest internally flawless diamond, was unveiled by Mouawad and is valued at $55 million. The Oppenheimer Blue Diamond, named after its first owner, fetched a record sale of $57.5 million in 2016. The Pink Star, a 59.6 carat vivid red diamond, is the largest internally flawless fancy vivid pink diamond ever graded and was sold for a record-breaking $71.2 million in 2017. The list demonstrates the enduring appeal and value of jewelry throughout history and across cultures.
- Jewelry is important in many cultures and civilizations
- List highlights top 10 most expensive pieces of jewelry in the world
- Prices range from $25 million to $1.3 billion
- Pieces include watches, necklaces, and diamonds
- Jewelry is valued for its beauty and significance in history and culture