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Fabulous Fascination Graff’s worldwide reputation for showcasing the most fabulous jewels in the world is perfectly epitomised by The Fascination. Featuring amongst a mesmerising collection of rare Graff jewels at the Monaco Rare Jewels Exhibition, this highly unique, 152.96 carat transformable creation converts seamlessly from a bracelet to watch to ring. Image : @graffdiamonds

carat transformable creation converts seamlessly from a bracelet to watch to ring.

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HARRY WINSTON, New York, Marquise, pear & round diamond Abstract bracelet. thiiiiisss should be mine

The Argyle Red and Blue Twin Hearts Ring. Two of the world’s rarest diamonds, discovered years apart in Australia’s Argyle Mine, have been reunited in this platinum and rose gold ring: a 0.75-carat Natural Fancy Red diamond and a 0.78-carat Fancy Deep Bluish Violet diamond (total 1.53 carats, GIA Certified). While each heart-shaped stone is extraordinarily rare on its own, a pair so well matched in size and shape is considered incomparable.

Two of the rarest colour diamonds in the world, discovered years apart in the Argyle Mine on one ring. The Argyle Red and Bluish Violet Diamond Twin Hearts Ring features a Natural Fancy Red Diamond and a Natural Fancy Deep Bluish Violet Diamond

Important and Rare Cartier Paris Diamond Parure - The necklace is a very flexible collar with 1,411 diamonds weighing approximately 26 carats.

Cartier Paris Important Marquise Diamond Parure

Important and Rare Cartier Paris Diamond Parure - The necklace is a very flexible collar with diamonds weighing approximately 26 carats.

The Devotion collection of Fabergé jewellery is designed to celebrate special events and milestones with vibrantly colourful pieces such as this ring set with a 6.55ct amethyst, and white round diamonds in white and rose gold.

Top five coloured gemstones for a unique engagement ring

Fabergé Devotion Amethyst Ring with cushion-cut amethyst and round white diamonds

(Can you just picture peoples faces when you tell them this isn't costume jewelry, but rather real diamonds, gold/platinum, and it was designed by an artist from Cartier?! Hysterical! ASW) Cartier brooch ca. 1939 via Christie’s

My goodness, those are some COCONUTS! Cartier PALM TREE DIAMOND CLIP BROOCH Set with circular & baguette-cut Diamond leaves with briolette-cut diamond coconuts to the pavé-set articulated trunk, with French assay marks Signed by Cartier, Paris, no.

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