A diamond is probably one of the most important purchases anyone could ever make in their lifetime. Women tend to love having one on their finger, and men find it difficult to pick out exactly the right one. One thing we all have in common, however, is that the diamonds normal people are buying don’t tend to cost well into the millions of billions, for the most part. However, there are diamonds with that price tag on them somewhere in the world, and some are even priceless. Here are the ten most expensive diamonds in the entire world.
The Koh-I Noor Diamond originated in Vinukonda, Gunter, just by a temple in Andhra, India. The diamond was owned by numerous dynasties, including the Sikh, British, and Persians. The diamond, however, is 793 carats when uncut, and is completely priceless.
The Sancy Diamond is another priceless heirloom that originated in India, and is thought to have belonged to the Mughals. Discovered in 1570, the Sancy Diamond is the largest diamond to be uncut with symmetrical features.