Bubble gum pink diamond ring sold for $7.5 million. The diamond is 3.4 cushion cut and the color is so rich it looks like a child’s pink bubble gum. This is a natural pink stone without treatment, mind-boggling. The ring has pear-shaped pink and marquis cut white diamonds. The breakdown is $2.8 million a carat for the internally flawless stone.
The Muzos oil and resin free emerald earrings dubbed the Grand Muzos sold for $4.4 million. The earrings weigh 23.34 carat and 23.18 carat. This is roughly $96,000 a carat. The earrings are of course Colombian, known for producing some of the world’s finest emeralds.
The auction was held in Hong Kong by Christie’s on the 28th of this month.
E-Commerce sales were $137.7 billion for the first quarter of 2019, this is a 12.3 percent increase over the same time last year. The prediction is that e-commerce sales will increase to over $1 trillion by 2025.
Jewelry designer Theresa Kaz has designed some beautiful heart jewelry. Right, this is not a new idea for jewelry, but for Theresa it means so much and is very close to the heart.
She and her husband and sons lost their home to a fire and none of the family possessions were salvageable. She said that she will always be grateful to the firefighters going into a 3 alarm fire and doing all they could to salvage what they could, but eventually, the house had to come down and they had to start over. There have been donations, of clothing, meals, and the local police department gave her sons gift cards to replace toys they lost in the fire.
Ms. Kaz said she has been overwhelmed with all those who have done so much for her and her family during this crisis. So the heart-shaped creations have really taken on a new meaning and are more than just hearts.
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