This summer sees exceptional Graff Diamonds pieces on display at the Monaco Rare Jewels Exhibition

Head to the Rare Jewels Exhibition in Monaco this summer, where Graff will be showcasing some of its finest creations, including a $100 million Peacock Brooch.

Graff diamond peacock brooch

Graff Diamonds, one of the world's most renowned diamond companies, is bringing together its finest jewels for the Monaco Rare Jewels Exhibition.

Held between 19 July and 25 August 2013 at the glittering Hotel de Paris, the Monaco Rare Jewels Exhibition will showcase a significant number of Graff's most spectacular jewels, including earrings, brooches, cuffs and tiaras, as well as timepieces from the Graff Luxury Watches 2013 collection.

The 120.81ct Graff Peacock Brooch, with its flamboyant bejewelled tail, will be on show for only the second time since it was revealed earlier this year at the TEFAF exhibition in Maastricht. The brooch, valued at a heart-stopping US$100million, features a stunning 20.02ct fancy blue pear-shaped diamond at its heart. Jewels set with diamonds that were cut from the 550ct Letseng Star, the 14th largest white diamond of all time, will also make an appearance.

Previously, the exhibition has hosted a number of important stones owned by Graff, including The Delaire Sunrise, the world's largest Fancy Vivid Yellow square emerald cut diamond, weighing over 118ct, and The Graff Constellation, the largest D colour internally flawless brilliant cut diamond in the world at over 100ct. 

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