Ambanis, one of the richest families in the world, are known for their lavish lifestyle and massive wealth. Recently, Ambanis inaugurated the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) in Mumbai, which was attended by many distinguished individuals. From Shah Rukh Khan to Priyanka Chopra to Ranveer Singh to Varun Dhawan to Alia Bhatt, many celebrities performed at this event.
At the event, Anant Ambani’s extravagant wristwatch garnered significant attention. However, the Ambanis’ gift-giving habits are even more remarkable. For instance, Nita Ambani gifted her daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta, Akash Ambani’s wife, a diamond necklace worth nearly Rs 500 crore as a wedding present.
Shloka Ambani now owns the world’s most valuable necklace called L’Incomparable, designed by Lebanese jeweler Mouawad
Yes, recently, Julia Hackman Chafé, a content creator and NYC gemstone wholesaler, revealed that the Ambanis gifted Shloka the world’s costliest necklace – L’Incomparable. The necklace features the world’s largest internally flawless diamond that is valued at over Rs 450 crore and is complemented by 91 other diamonds.
It’s a 407-step cut yellow diamond set on a rose gold chain and is adorned with 91 other diamonds (additional 200 carats). The necklace will go down in history as its cut and design cannot be copied or remade.
According to reports, the magnificent yellow diamond was found in a discarded pile of mining rubble by a young girl in the African Congo in the 1980s. After being incorporated into a necklace, it was first unveiled at the Doha Jewellery and Watch Exhibition in 2013.
But, this isn’t the first time Ambanis’ expensive purchases left the internet surprised. Did you know that Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s marriage cards had precious stones and gems embedded in them?
Do you know Nita Ambani’s Hermès bag is so expensive that you can buy a house with that money? And, when Isha Ambani’s twins arrived in Mumbai for the first time, Ambanis donated 300 kgs of gold. Yes, you read that right!
If all this makes you feel poor, then you are not alone. Count us in!