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The Graff Venus: a high-stakes heartbreaker

An oval Burmese ruby and diamond ring was sold for US$7,338,462 million, making it the most expensive ruby ever sold at auction.

Platinum ring, the shoulders terminating in baguette cut diamonds supporting the bezel set with a square cut diamond and a ruby, Cartier c. 1950

An art deco jadeite jade, diamond and enamel ring, Cartier, circa 1925 centering an oval-shaped jadeite jade; signed Cartier

Harry Winston Paraiba Tourmaline Ring


In Pictures: World's Ultimate Jewels

Courtesy of Garrard Heart of the Kingdom Ruby $14 million This 40.63-carat, heart-shaped Burma ruby, mounted on a 155-carat diamond necklace, claims top spot in the British jeweler's collection. Got a débutante in your family? The diamond necklace can be transformed into a tiara. The stone is accompanied by two independent Swiss laboratory reports that verify its rarity.

Princess Marie Bonaparte, now Princess George of Greece. Cartier c1907. Fresh fruit on a branch of olive with a large diamond drop in the center symbolizing bountiful blessings. This tiara can be work with or without the center diamond. Pin without the center drop in Tiaras I. (Albion Art Collection)


The top lots at Christies sale of Magnificent Jewels in New York on 16 April 2014

Lot 107, a spectacular diamond and platinum ring, set with an oval-cut diamond weighing approximately 40.43ct, D colour, VVS1 clarity, with excellent polish and excellent symmetry (estimate: $5.8-7.8 million).

Platinum, diamond, ruby ring, Cartier ca. 1950.

Impressive and Important Ruby and Diamond Ring, Mounted by Cartier

Giardinetti Necklace, c. 1760, gold, silver, diaminds, emeralds, rubies, The giardinetti jewel of which this necklace is an important example demonstrates that passion for colour and flowers characteristic of the eighteenth century decorative arts was not reserved for ceramics and textiles but was also expressed in jewellery. Worn like a garland round the neck the flowers would add a festive note to the toilette of the woman who wore it, and delight the eyes of all who saw her.