A 1,111 Carat Diamond Was Just Unearthed And It’s So. Effing. Pretty.

Most people dream about finding that perfect guy. You know, the one who you call your “best friend,” the one who knows exactly what to say when you’ve had a bad day at work, and the one who knows your Chipotle order by heart. You dream about that perfect moment where he asks you to spend the rest of your life with him, and honestly you love him so much that it doesn’t matter if he proposes with a cubic zirconia ring — you would say yes anyway.

Me? I dream about the perfect ring.

If you’re like me, you’ll be happy to know that I found it: the perfect ring. Well, technically the perfect diamond. It’s the size of a tennis ball and it’s literally priceless. As in, experts say it’s “impossible to estimate” how much the diamond would cost because the value is dependent on the color, clarity, and cutting of the gem.

Okay. So it’s not very practical. But it’s fucking beautiful to look at.

The diamond is 1,111 carats and, like I said, absolutely massive. It’s second in size only to the diamond that was used to make the British crown jewels.

Watch this video talking about how they found this magnificent diamond:

I want it. I need it. But there’s absolutely no way in hell my future husband could afford it. For reference, a 341.9 carat diamond sold for $20.6 million this past July.

I guess I’ll have to settle for Tiffany’s.

[via Bloomberg]

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Cristina Montemayor

Cristina is a Grandex Writer and Content Manager. She was an intern for over two years before she graduated a semester early to write about college full time, which makes absolutely no sense. She regretfully considers herself a Carrie, but is first and foremost a Rory. She tends to draw strong reactions from people. They are occasionally positive. You can find her in a bar as you're bending down to tie your shoes, drinking Dos XX and drunk crying to Elton John. Email her: (not .com).

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