Sold at Christie's NYC for $15.7 Million - Triangular Shape Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond 10.95
Sold at Christie's NYC for $15.7 Million - Triangular Shape Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond 10.95

A rare, two-stone ring set a new record price per carat for a blue diamond at auction when it sold for $15.7 million to an Asian collector, Christie's auction house said. The Bvlgari Blue Diamond, a ring designed in the 1970s, was expected to fetch around
$12 million at an auction Wednesday in New York, owing to the rarity and size.


Featuring a triangular-shaped Fancy Vivid blue diamond of 10.95 carats - paired with triangular-shaped colorless diamond of 9.87 carats -
it was? the largest triangular-shaped Fancy Vivid blue diamond ever to appear at auction, Christie's said.