Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Princess Diana's Diamond Necklace Is On Sale For A Cool $12 Million

SELF-Feb. 3, 2017
Back in 1997, Princess Diana attended a Swan Lake performance wearing a stunning necklace covered in 178 diamonds and five pearls. Sadly, Princess Diana ...
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The story behind the Queen's wedding day tiara- and what happened ... 20, 2017
... was fashioned from diamonds taken from a transformable tiara-necklace that her mother-in-law, Queen Victoria, had given her as a wedding present in 1893.
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His, Hers and Theirs: Jewelry Crosses the Gender Barrier

New York Times-Nov. 21, 2017
Consider the huge Gucci medallions and bulls' head necklaces that ... riffed on the surfing lifestyle to create a diamond surfboard pendant in a neutral pearl gray. ... and diamond earrings are stocked by Browns, the London luxury boutique.

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What You Need to Know About Cartier's Most Collectable Designs

Robb Report-Aug. 28, 2017
This refined pearl and diamond women's watch (shown below) is also a ... can be seen with Lots 101, 109—each a diamond necklace by Cartier,” notes Abeles.

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