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- How do I buy the perfect diamond ring?
- How do I choose the perfect wedding ring?
- How to buy an engagement ring?
- Which earrings are perfect for you?
- How to choose a diamond bracelet?
- Which ladies' necklace will make you sparkle?
- Take your time in choosing your watch
- What's the right jewellery for each occasion?
- Why buy diamond jewellery online?
- What types of precious metals are there?
- What types of gemstones are there?
- The diamonds of legends
- Jewellery with a family history
- An engagement ring which seals your love
Each diamond is a legend in itself because the likelihood of carbon crystalizing is extremely low. You will only find the perfect conditions 150 km below the earth’s surface, so by the time diamonds are mined, they carry centuries of history. No wonder that diamonds are a special gift. They are practically indestructible and will last for generations to come.
Most viewed diamond jewels
1.90 carat diamond design earrings in white goldFrom € 4.910 (excl. VAT)
1.25 carat solitaire diamond ring in red gold with side diamondsFrom € 2.260 (excl. VAT)
3.32 carat diamond design bracelet in platinumFrom € 6.590 (excl. VAT)
1.15 carat eternity ring (full set) in yellow gold with two rows of round diamondsFrom € 2.940 (excl. VAT)
5.20 carat diamond tennis bracelet in white goldFrom € 3.520 (excl. VAT)
The diamonds of legends
Diamonds have always been hugely popular with the royals. Apart from a royal treasury containing many historical masterpieces, it is also mainly queens and princesses who keep unique, private collections. As a result pendants, broches and tiaras in all shapes and sizes make up the history of our European royal houses.
Sometimes a diamond has a different journey. The famous KRUPP-diamond, a specimen of no less than 33.19 carat, used to belong to a rich, German industrial family but came into the hands of Elizabeth Taylor. She was given this special gift by her fifth husband, Richard Burton for their 4th wedding anniversary. In 2011 this famous diamond was auctioned at Christie’s in New York for the record amount of $8,818,500.
The jewellery with a family history
When a certain type of jewellery is not very practicable to wear or when it has a rather outdated design, some families repurpose it by incorporating it into another piece of jewellery or decorative item. This way one unique item can last for centuries to come.
An engagement ring which seals your love
Are you looking for that one special gift to write your own history with? Contact the experts at BAUNAT. They’ll make sure it’ll be a success story!