Diamond Necklaces Help AmFAR

A 12-necklace collection known as the "A Diamond is Forever" collection was the sparkling centerpiece for a high-profile charity event during the Cannes film festival in May. "A Diamond Is Forever: Cinema Against Aids 2001" was held to benefit the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR). Hosted by actress Elizabeth Taylor, AmFAR's founding national chairman, the event featured some of the world's most stunning diamonds set in innovative designs and marked the occasion of De Beers' first sponsorship of the star-studded AmFAR benefit. The dozen necklaces comprise a total of 2,000 carats of diamonds valued at $25 million. Among the highlights is an 11.98-ct. internally flawless pear-shaped center-stone necklace by Kwiat, a rare 5-ct. radiant fancy vivid purplish-pink diamond necklace by Steinmetz for Diamond.com, and the Ashoka Necklace by William Goldberg, which features a pair of

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