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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Supersized Fancy Colored Diamond Rings from Jacob & Co.

A 30.11-ct. natural fancy blue gray cushion-cut diamond mounted on a platinum setting. The VVS2 clarity diamond is surrounded with 414 diamonds in a micro-pave setting (3.48 cts.). It retails for $20 million.

As I mentioned previously, I visited the Jacob & Co. showroom at Baselworld, the world’s largest watch and jewelry show, and saw so much sparkle from the high-carat diamond jewelry on display that it took me a few minutes to adjust my eyes to normal light afterward.

A 12.38-ct. fancy blue radiant cut diamond mounted on a platinum and 18k rose gold ring. The IF clarity diamond is surrounded by 1.01 cts. of fancy pink diamonds and 1.25 cts. of white diamonds in a micro-pave setting. It retails for $12.25 million.

Jacob Arabo, founder and owner of the company known for its celebrity clientele and over-the-top bling appeal, really out-did himself this time. Included in this jewelry display were three fancy colored diamond rings ranging in price from $10 million to $20 million. The folks at Jacob & Co. were kind enough to give me images of these statement rings so I can share them with you. All of the diamonds come with Gemological Institute of America reports that speak to their authenticity.

A 12.95-ct. fancy purple-pink radiant cut diamond engagement ring. The IF clarity diamond is mounted on a platinum and 18k rose gold splint shank setting that's mounted with 87 white diamonds (1.17 cts.) and 124 pink diamonds (0.31 cts.) in a micro-pave setting It retails for $11.6 million.

These are rings that would even impress Kim Kardashian.

6 comments:

  1. OMG...so expensive... An unproved rumour has it that someone high up in Malaysia is buying the ring in the top picture from Jacob & Co in NY.

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  2. Must be Anuar buying for Ambiga. A token of appreciation for successfully fumble BERSHIT 2.0.

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  3. omg damn expensive...and people in malaysia bought it? wah good la malaysian become rich huh? of course its all the people money wat.. not their own. let them to enjoy maximum... have to answer for all of this in the end.. its GOD Judgment.. and the punishment from GOD oso very expensive.. so people think about the end... and most important please think about the needy people's in Malaysia...

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  4. oh come on la guys .. u guys got brain rite? if really 'whoever' from malaysia bought this ring, they must super rich rite? so why they use DHL to delivers such expensive item and declared thru customs? hahaha .. thats the funny part! my father bought me a watch worth rm1000 from switzerland and still i dont have to declare it at all .. and of course, a ring that small, u can hide it anywhere or just wear it and even in a box .. customs wont bother u at all ...

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  5. so the ring has not been sold yet??

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  6. Whoever believed the stupid story of the mysterious ring must be out of their mind. The opposition in Malaysia never stop in creating funny story about Datin Seri Rosmah, The Prime Minister's wife in the hope of tarnishing the PM's good name.

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