Chopard Magnificent Diamond and Emerald Necklace - 191 carats of emeralds, set between 16 carats of diamonds. $3m.
De Beers’ Marie Antoinette Necklace features more than 181 carats of diamonds, including an 8 carat, pear-shaped white diamond. $3.7m
Neil Lane’s Diamond Necklace features 140 carats of pear-shaped, cushion-shaped and teardrop-shaped diamonds, set in platinum $4m.
Diamond Pendant Necklace by Christie’s sold at an auction in 2001. Pear diamond weighs 47.49 carats. $4.8m
James W. Currens the Red Scarlet necklace was sold for $5.1m in 2012.
The “Mrs. Winston”: $5.8m.
The Etcetera Burmese Ruby necklace became the most expensive ruby-based necklace. It sold for $6.4m in 2013.
Christie’s Diamond Necklace. 52 round diamonds weighing a total of 104.84 carats sold for $8.14m 2013.
Leviev’s Vivid Yellow Diamond Pendant. 77.12 carat vivid yellow diamond. $10m.
|Garrard’s Heart of the Kingdom Ruby necklace features as its centerpiece a 41-carat, super rare, heart-shaped Burma ruby.|
The stone is surrounded by more than 150 diamonds. $14m
|Winston’s version of the Heart of the Ocean Diamond necklace with a blue diamond of 15 carats. $20m|
| L'Incomparable, features a large yellow stone suspended from a rose gold setting with 90 white diamonds and weighs 637 carats in total. The necklace was made by Mouawad and features a yellow, internally flawless diamond weighing 407 carats with 90 white diamonds weighing 230 carats. The rough stone was found in a pile of mining tailings by a young girl in the Democratic Republic of Congo.|
Wallace Chan's “A Heritage in Bloom” is said to be worth $200m. The piece boasts 383.4 carats in precious stones with the main flawless stone worth $35m.