Deakin & Francis’s Gold Dollar Bill Cufflinks

Deakin & Francis Gold Dollar Bill Cufflinks Deakin & Francis Gold Dollar Bill Cufflinks Founded in 1786, British based Deakin & Francis specializes in custom exotic cufflinks including some plays on personal style, humor and precious jewels. Their links can accommodate the enthusiast, sportsman, adventurers, and connoisseurs alike. The century-old and utterly delicate hand work of vitreous Enameling distinguishes their pieces with a rare class. Particularly, this 18kt Gold Dollar Bill Cufflinks are a perfect fit for almost any ensemble no matter the occasion. The gold dollar bill cufflinks are delicately hand-painted in enamel, and come with spring sugarloaf fittings. Priced at £4,395 ($7,000), these valuable cufflinks come complete with a full set of Deakin & Francis traditional hallmarks for authenticity, and are packaged in our unique presentation box. [Deakin & Francis]

Ulysse Nardin Royal Blue Tourbillon Watch

Ulysse Nardin Royal Blue Tourbillon Watch Ulysse Nardin Royal Blue Tourbillon Watch Ulysee Nardin’s limited edition collection now has a new offering. Royal Blue Tourbillon Watch was produced only in 30 pieces. Moreover, the watch was sold only at select retailers. The marriage of 568 baguette-cut Top Wesselton diamonds (33.8 carats) and 234 baguette-cut royal blue sapphires (16.79 carats) makes Royal Blue Tourbillion one of the most desired watch model among the connoisseurs. From a technical perspective, that is sheer genius. The entire mechanism rotates when winding and unwinding and there are blue sapphire crystals and blue screws holding the whole piece together. A reduced or skeletonized spring barrel acts as a power reserve indicator.

Rare Pink Diamond Sells for Record $46 Million at Sotheby’s

Rare Pink Diamond Sells for Record $46 Million at Sotheby’s Rare Pink Diamond Sells for Record $46 Million at Sotheby’s GENEVA (AP) — A rare pink diamond smashed the world record for a jewel at auction Tuesday, selling for more than $46 million to a well-known gem dealer. London jeweler Laurence Graff paid $46,158,674, for the 24.78-carat fancy intense pink diamond, which he immediately named The Graff Pink. “It is the most fabulous diamond I’ve seen in the history of my career and I’m delighted to have bought it,” Graff said in a statement released by auction house Sotheby’s, which offered the stone at its Geneva sale. The sale price was almost double the $24.3 million achieved by the blue 35.56-carat Wittelsbach-Graff diamond in 2008. That was also bought by Graff.