The most exclusive Diamond Necklaces
The most exclusive
A Heritage in Bloom
Unveiled in September 2015, the ‘A Heritage in Bloom’ became the most expensive diamond necklace in the world valued at around £158 million pounds. This particular necklace is set with an incredible 11,551 diamonds weighing a total of 383.40cts. A Heritage in Bloom was designed by Chinese jeweller Wallace Chan and is inspired by Chinese culture, with symbolic features such as butterflies.
the "incomparable" diamond necklace
First revealed in 2013, the “incomparable” diamond necklace, also known as L’Incompable is valued at around £44 million pounds. The “Incomparable” diamond necklace includes a 407ct yellow step-cut diamond, which is attached to a rose gold chain, adorned with a further 91 white diamonds weighing more than 200cts. This beautiful necklace all starts back in the 1980s when the centrepiece diamond was found by a young girl in the African Congo.
The "heart of the ocean"
Most famously known for its appearance in the Titanic, the ‘Heart of the Ocean” necklace was actually commissioned and creators of the Titanic created a big interest in renowned jewellers to create their own edition. Many replicas were designed and produced such as Swarovski, Asprey and Garrard, but it was actually Harry Winston, offering a striking resemblance to the Hope Diamond necklace which according to legend, a curse attends the owner/wearer of the Hope Diamond.
the "heart of the kingdom"
The “Heart of the Kingdom” necklace offers a beautiful ruby diamond focal point. Valued at around £11 million pounds, its high cost is attributed to its rarity. This particular creation was designed by jeweller maker Gerrard and company and features an astonishing 155cts and the ruby itself weighs an amazing 40.63cts. The “Heart of the Kingdom” includes a total of 150 diamonds.
leviev's vivid yellow diamond pendant
The Leviev’s Vivid Yellow Diamond Pendant is set with a beautiful 77.12ct stone which was found by Israeli tycoon Lev Leviev. The yellow diamond is now accompanied by a string of white diamonds. Valued at around £8 million pounds and has gone on record as one of the world’s biggest Asscher cut diamonds.
Christie's diamond necklace
The Christie’s Diamon Necklace features a beautiful, 52 round diamonds and weighs a total of 104.84cts. Christie’s guaranteed each gem was of the highest clarity and quality offering an intense fire and sparkle unmatched by other designs. For these reasons, the necklace was sold at auction in November 2013 for around £6.4 million pounds.
etcetera's burmese ruby necklace
The Etcetera Burmese Ruby necklace resembles a lace collar and consists of 87.78cts made of oval and white pear shape diamonds as well as Burmese rubies. Each ruby is connected to a wave of diamonds and six diamonds hanging from the edge of the wave to create a beautiful drop effect. The Etcetera’s Burmese Ruby necklace was sold in an auction in Hong Kong for a total of £5 million pounds.
The "Mrs Winston"
The “Mrs Winston” diamond necklace hosts a stunning total of 187.5cts consisting mostly of high-quality white diamonds in pear shape. This particular necklace features a total of 207 diamonds and is inspired by the 1950s culture and fashion. The “Mrs Winston” necklace is valued at around £4.5 million pounds.
The "red scarlet"
The “Red Scarlet” diamond necklace was recently sold at an auction in Hong Kong for £4 Million pounds. This beautiful necklace features 26 oval-shaped blood Burmese rubies with weights ranging from 1.27 to 5.38cts. This beautiful necklace resembles a lei of flowers and the gems are set in an 18k white gold and precious platinum.
Christie's diamond pendant
Christie’s diamond pendant was recently sold at auction in 2001 for £3.8 Million pounds. This particular diamond necklace features a beautiful pear-shaped diamond which is accompanied by a smaller round diamond and a simple chain crafted from white gold. The necklace overall emphasises the huge diamond pendent which weighs an astounding 47.79cts.