Europe’s Newest Royal - Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba flawless at 191.87 Carats

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The rarest gemstone in the world, the Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba, owned by Canadian billionaire, Vincent Boucher of Billionaire Business Enterprises and has been quietly making its global debut as it travels to only the most exquisite showings and galleries in preparation for auction.

The rarest jewel in the world has been a lady in waiting so to speak, after word of Boucher's intended sale. Finding the right partner to showcase the beauty of the stone, which has been placed in the same class as the Hope Diamond, the Alan Caplin Ruby, and the Logan Sapphire, was quite an undertaking for the Canadian financier. He finally settled on the Suisse House of Kaufmann

Once the decision was made to create an exquisite piece with the 191.87 carat brilliant-cut oval-shaped stone, designer Moneca Kaufmann, of Kaufmann de Suisse partners with the owner Vincent Boucher, created the "Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels" a cluster of multi-color and semi-precious gemstones, a 10carat fancy yellow diamond, and the stunning, exceptional exquisite centerpiece.

The Guinness Book of Worlds Records acknowledged the Ethereal Carolina Divine Paraiba is one of a kind and nearly four times the size of the previous record.

The showcase experience has brought the jewel to Switzerland; with next stop in Kaufmann de Suisse Palm Beach, U.S.A store allowing an opportunity to view the rarest gemstone in the world before auction.

"Paraiba Star of the Ocean Jewels"  has been valued between 25million and 150million. 

For more information on Kaufmann de Suissehttp://www.kaufmanndesuisse.com