Diamond Pendant Dubai
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Viral Jewelry is a family owned business specializing in fine jewellery, Gold, Silver & Diamond and accessories by top names such as VS2 or VVS2 diamonds, as well as a select group of contemporary Indian and American designers.
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Lil Jon makes Guinness Book of World Records
Lil' Jon Scores Jewelry Record
Rapper Lil' Jon has been added to the Guinness Book of World Records as the owner of the largest diamond pendant ever.
The hip-hop star's "Crunk Aint Dead" pendant has weighed in as the globe's biggest -- it's 7.5 inches tall, 6 inches wide and 1 inch thick.
The impressive diamond accessory, valued at $500,000, weighs almost 12 pounds and features 73 carats of diamonds -- 3,756 genuine round-cut white diamonds set in 18-karat yellow and white gold.
Jon, real name Jonathan Smith, says, "I'm glad the Guinness World Records folks acknowledged me and my 'Crunk Aint Dead' piece
Elizabeth Taylor must have had a magic
Pussy. Look at the gifts the men gave her.
The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond
-33.19 carats, D-color, potentially internally flawless
-Gift from husband Richard Burton, May 16, 1968
-Estimate: $2.5 million to $3.5 million
La Pérégrina The Legendary Pearl
-Features an early 16th century 203-grain pearl, once part of the crown jewels of Spain
-Now part of a Cartier-designed necklace with matched pearl and rubies
-The pearl was a gift from Burton, Jan. 23, 1969
-Estimate: $2 million to $3 million
The Ping Pong Diamond Rings
-A group of three diamond rings
-Gift from Burton, 1970
-Estimate: $5,000 to $7,000
-Burton promised Taylor a diamond if she could score ten points against him in ping pong