A deep analysis at the jewelry market today would show you the signs of weakness but then also the latest tip in the market proved to be really strong. Pictured above is a 13.39 carat stunner that got sold off at Geneva-based Christie’s breaking the world record at $8.9 million. I reckon you would agree with me that such blue diamonds are rarely found. The stone is a type IIb diamond and such diamonds are only valued by jewelry lovers or collectors.
They surround small amounts of boron that gives them their return in the form of elegant shade. Another worth pointing feature is their property of being semi-conductors they conduct electricity. The auction generated total sales of $48.3 million.