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Graff’s Diamond Fascination Is World’s Most Expensive Transformable TimePiece

The piece has a flawless pear shaped diamond as a centerpiece with 152.96 carats of white diamonds surrounding it.

 

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Outdid itself again at the BaselWorld yearly watch trade show with its Fascination, the world’s most valuable transformation timepiece, according to internetstones.com.

Last year, Graff’s many-hued diamond watch, the Hallucination, took center stage, and at the BaselWorld 2015 convention, the diamond studded timepiece that can be worn as a ring or a bracelet is dazzling the world not only with its radiance, but with its 27 million pound or $40 million price tag. The piece has a flawless pear shaped diamond as a centerpiece with 152.96 carats of white diamonds surrounding it.

Graff diamonds, which got its start in East London with Laurence Graff in 1960, is one of the world’s major jewelers. It has won several awards from the Queen of England for excellence in international trade. Laurence Graff bought the most expensive ruby that existed in the world at that time in 2006 for $3, 261, 200. The “pigeon blood” 8.62 carat ruby was auctioned in November at Sotheby’s.

 

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