Such a gift on March 8 will make only a billionaire.
At a time when most people are barely making ends meet, some easily spend millions for a small piece of compressed carbon.
We offer you to look how to look like jewelry from the world’s most expensive gems.
1. Diamond Elizabeth Taylor.
This diamond was donated to the great actress in 1968. At auction in December 2011 the price reached USD 8.8 million. (Photo: PORVA/REX).
2. Sapphire ring of Princess Diana.
Engagement ring of Princess Diana, which now belongs to Princess Kate. Contains 18-carat sapphire surrounded by diamonds. (Photos: Tobi Jenkins /REX).
3. A ring with a blue diamond Bulgari.
Ring with two diamonds — blue and colorless. It was sold in 2010 for 15, 7 million dollars. (Photo: Luke MacGregor/Reuters).
4. Mouawad L ‘ Incomparable.
The most expensive necklace in the world according to the Guinness book of records. It is estimated at $ 55 million. 637-carat necklace has 103 diamonds Sasnou form. (Photo: Then Chih Wey/REX).
5. A rough diamond in the shape of a heart.
This diamond weighs 56,15 CT. At the Geneva auction in 2010 was sold for $ 12 million. (Photo: Denis Balibouse/Reuters).
6. Diamond “Heart Of The Ocean”.
Imitation necklaces, which bore the heroin Kate Winslet in the film Titanic. Contains a 15-carat blue diamond. (Photo: HO/AP).
7. Diamond “Wittelsbach-Graff”.
31-carat blue diamond was sold to the Emir of Ctara for $ 80 million in 2011. (Photo: Jason Reed/Reuters).
8. La Peregrina.
The pearl of the 16th century passed through many Royal hands, while in 2011 was sold at auction for $ 11.8 million. (Photo: Bebeto Matthews/AP).
9. Bracelet Wallis Simpson.
Sdelannoe in 1952, the bracelet belonged to Princess Wallis Simpson. In 2010 was sold for $ 7.3 million. (Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP).
10. Diamond “Taj Mahal”.
A diamond in the shape of a heart was sold for 8.8 million dollars. (Photo: Richard Drew/AP).
11. Diamond “Cora Sun-Drop”.
The largest of Vestnik yellow diamonds. In 2011 were sold at a Geneva auction for $ 10.9 million. (Photo: Anja Niedringhaus/AP).
12. A diadem of emeralds and diamonds.
The cost of this tiara from the private collection of Princess Katharina Henckel reaches 12.7 million dollars. (Photo: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters).
13. The Pink Star.
Diamond weight of 59.6 carats was auctioned for $ 83 million. (Photo: FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images).
One of the most rare gemstones on Earth. Named after the Australian geologist Richard Taafe. (Photo: Richard Leeney/Getty Images).
15. Brooch of the Empress Eugenie.
The brooch, which was owned by the wife of Napoleon III. Made of silver, gold and diamonds. Is estimated at $ 10.5 million. (Photo: Denis Balibouse/Reuters).
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