Top 10 Most Expensive Items of Jewelry in the World

Posted by Yoni Da'Punani on 23rd Aug 2022

Top 10 Most Expensive Items of Jewelry in the World

Top 10 Most Expensive Items of Jewelry in the World

In today’s video, we will discuss the Top 10 most expensive items of jewelry in the world.

10. Chopard 201-Carat Watch – $25 million:

The Chopard watch is a hypnotic and exquisitely beautiful timepiece that will captivate your attention. Diamonds to the count of 874 are used to craft this stunning watch.

9. Hutton-Mdivani Jadeite Necklace – $27. 4 million:

Although it is one of several necklaces in the Cartier Collection, this one is particularly hard to get your hands on because of how unique it is.

8. Graff Pink – $46.2 million:

This stunning piece of jewelry was formerly the property of Harry Winston. For many years, it was kept in Harry's personal collection.

7. Blue Moon of Josephine – $48.4 million:

Joseph Lau, a Hong Kong entrepreneur and collector, paid $48.4 million for this diamond ring at auction in 2015 and renamed it the "Blue Moon of Josephine".

6. L’Incomparable Diamond Necklace – $55 million:

The L'Incomparable Diamond necklace is an exquisite piece of jewelry that contains the world's largest internally flawless diamond.

5. Oppenheimer Blue – $57.5 million:

The audience was taken aback when this blue diamond sold at Christie's auction in May 2016 for a staggering amount of $57.5 million.

4. Pink Star – $71.2 million:

The Pink Star became the most expensive jewel that has ever been sold at auction when it achieved a price of $71.2 million dollars during an auction held by Sotheby's in early April of 2017.

3. Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond – $80 million: 

The diamond weighs 35.56 carats and is described as having a deep grayish blue color. Throughout the years, the jewel was always a part of both the Austrian and Bavarian crown jewel collections.

2. Peacock Brooch by Graff Diamonds – $100 million:

This peacock brooch has a total carat weight of 120.81, and it was presented to the public for the first time in 2013 at the TEFAF luxury art and antiques fair in the Netherlands.

1. The Hope Diamond – $200-250 million:

The Hope Diamond is a magnificent dark grayish-blue, ancient cushion cut diamond that weighs 45.42 carats and is known all over the globe as one of the most famous jewels.