In the lavish world of billionaires 41.78 carats carry the price tag of £1.6 million as demonstrated by British jeweller, Hancocks. The world’s largest diamond crossover ring is now a luxurious reality and is so valuable that the brand has given the piece a specially-designated security guard.
The one-of-a-kind ring is made of two luminous 20-carat cushion-cut diamonds positioned on a band that goes around the finger with its ends passing each other on top. The most striking feature of the piece is the unique sameness of the two stones, which is due to the fact that they were cut from a single piece of rough diamond. This guarantees that the creation boasts a level of symmetry that would be nearly impossible to replicate and the finest match of gemstones of such generous size on the market, making it the ultimate statement piece.
Expected to go on sale in April, it is part of the Unum range and designed by Amy Burton. The rarity of the ring makes it the only one of its kind in the world and is already attracting interest from potential buyers, looking to make their significant others feel extra special.
As one of London’s oldest family jewellers, Hancocks is well-known for the fine craftsmanship and sublime designs of its pieces, making it the preferred choice of celebrities and English nobility. Diamonds permeate its collections, which exhibit unparalleled elegance and charm, but this ring is truly a remarkable piece of jewellery – one that will surely come to be regarded as the new standard of regal luxury in the new millennia.
The 41.78-carat wonder is flawless in every aspect and instantly draws attention to its many sublime qualities upon careful observation. Apart from the bespoke characteristics of the diamonds – the striking symmetry and attention to detail employed in putting together the flawless composition, are also evident and well worth the hefty price tag.