Tiffany $2 Million Pink Diamond Ring Goes to the Heart of Valentine’s Day

There’s no better gift for Valentine’s Day than Diamond ring. One such gift, a stunning ring with a 2.11-carat pear-shaped fancy intense pink diamond surrounded by round white diamonds in a platinum setting, worth $2 million, comes from the jeweler synonymous with love and romance – Tiffany & Co.
To celebrate the magic of true love, Tiffany also offers The Tiffany Soleste collection that includes a pendant and ring, both with a cushion-cut white diamond, bordered with white diamonds in platinum and pink diamonds in 18 karat rose gold, as well as The Tiffany Yours collection of bangles in gleaming 18-carat yellow and white gold, as well as sterling silver. “The stones are assembled over time and exquisitely matched, delighting the eye with their beauty and perfection,” says the New York jeweller. “Each stone is hand cut and set by master artisans, who skilfully maintain Tiffany’s great tradition of craftsmanship and design.” All this luxurious gifts for Valentine’s Day are wrapped in the Tiffany Blue Box, symbol of excellence worldwide and a constant presence at life’s greatest occasions.
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Rare Emerald-cut Fancy Intense Pink Diamond Ring Sold for $10.8 Million

Rare Fancy Intense Pink Diamond Ring Emerald-cut 10.99 Carat Pink Damond Ring Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels today’s sale in Geneva has passed in the sign of selling the two top items, Emerald-cut fancy pink diamond ring and Emerald and diamond tiara. Both items have been offered in the third session. LOT 491, very imoportant and Rare Fancy intense pink diamond ring was sold for CHF8.5 million ($9.6 million) ($10.8 million with buyer’s premium), while tiara was sold for a few minutes earlier for $12.76 million. Expected price for 10.99 carats pink diamond which last came up for sale before 30 years, was between $9 million and $17 million. This stunning diamond, mounted as a ring, has been graded as fancy intense pink natural color and VS1 clarity by the GIA. Its a classic emerald cut, usually seen in white diamonds but extremely rare and sought after when it comes to colored diamonds.