Now cut into 18 stones, the 601 carat gem was found by accident in 1967 by a South African miner. The first Lesotho Diamond was set in this 71.73 carat ring, and the third, also handled by Harry Winston, was given to Jacqueline Kennedy by Aristotle Onnassis. The Lesotho
<a gi-track='captionPersonalityLinkClicked' href=/galleries/search?phrase=Jacqueline+Kennedy&family=editorial&specificpeople=70028 ng-click='$event.stopPropagation()'>Jacqueline Kennedy</a> Onassis walking down the streets of New York; circa 1970; New York.
Jackie's legendary faux-pearl necklace was hand knotted on silken cord and carries 158 ivory cream-colored Czechoslovakian glass hand-painted pearls. It is believed that she inherited this necklace from her mother. Jackie was a fan of designer Coco Chanel, who had designed this style of pearls where the three lengths are not uniformly set. Jackie and John, Jr. were captured in a photo where he plays with his mother's pearls.
Cada historia de amor es especial, cada propuesta y cada “Sí” otorgado es diferente y mágico, y la mayoría de estás propuestas de matrimonio van acompañadas de un hermoso anillo. Aquí te hacemos una pequeña lista de los anillos de compromiso más famosos e históricos: Princesa Diana y Kate Middleton El príncipe Carlos al proponerle …