Graff diamonds is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Monaco Rare Jewels exhibition, this year to be held at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco.
The exhibition is designed to showcase the company’s finest jewels and luxury watches to its clients who spend the summer months on the French Riviera.
Over the last 10 years, the Monaco Rare Jewels Exhibition has played host to a number of the most important and unique stones in the world.
Pieces showcased in previous years include; the Delaire Sunrise, the world’s largest Fancy Vivid Yellow square emerald cut diamond (118.08cts), the Graff Sweethearts, two outstanding 51.33 carat and 50.76 carat D colour Flawless Type IIa heart shape diamonds, the Graff Constellation, the largest D colour internally flawless brilliant cut diamond in the world at 102.79 carats along with a collection of jewels cut from the 550 carat Letšeng Star, the 14th largest white diamond of all time.
It is possible that the Hallucination watch, Graff’s $55million dollar, multi-coloured diamond timepiece unveiled at Basel in March, estimated to be the most valuable watch ever created may make an appearance.
The Monaco Rare Jewels exhibition runs from Tuesday 29th July until Sunday 17th August 2014, from 5pm until 10pm daily at Hotel de Paris on Place du Casino.