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$25 Million Engagement Ring

You may think this is fake, but it's not. It's one of the most rarest and most expensive diamond engagement rings to be auctioned in history. Sold for more than $25 Million, the emerald-cut stunner is internally flawless with a color of D. In terms of weight, it's more than 100 carats. In terms of size, it's about the size of a 9-volt battery or a small bar of soap.
Perhaps rubbing this stone all over one's body could actually reverse time, eliminate cellulite, diminish pores and exfoliate! What a wonder!
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@alywoah That's definitely street smart. However, if you have that on your finger, I'm sure you'd have a security perimeter out on the streets deeper than the Kardashian entourage. Rings like this must be worn out. To show off. Diamonds were meant to be seen and shared visually. I'd rock it out and about. But you're right to protect it!
My gosh that's so freaking big! I would definitely never wear it out and have it locked somewhere, with security, and a security camera lol.
OMG,I'd love to have this !
Jesus that's a huge rock o.o personally don't like them that big
Yes , definitely!!!!!
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