Hong Kong jeweler Chow Tai Fook has created probably one of the most expensive jewelry in the world.
Estimated to cost $200 million, the piece is designed by Wallace Chan.
The piece was created with 24 D-color internally flawless diamonds cut from the Cullinan Heritage, an exceptionally rare 507.55 carat Type IIa rough diamond (Type IIA means almost or entirely devoid of impurities.)
The centerpiece of the necklace is a 104 carat, D color, internally flawless, brilliant diamond, with the highest possible cut grade of “3-Excellent” (excellent cut, polish, and symmetry).
The whole necklace has thousands of white diamonds, and hundreds of pink diamonds, totaling 383.4 carat and more than one hundred pieces of green jadeite and mutton fat white jade.
The necklace can be worn in 27 different ways through taking off and snapping together seemingly opposing sections.
If you can afford it, currently the necklace is not for sale.
It’s currently tucked away in Chow Tai Fook’s own collection of high-end valuables.