- Named after twin Greek gods of power and beauty, Apollo and Artemis are two of the most priced diamonds in the world
-The diamonds are valued at N21 billion naira
- It is to be sold individually at an auction scheduled to happen in a few weeks in Geneva
The 'twin' diamonds are made of two colours, said to be the rarest in the world. The first is the 14.54-carat Apollo Blue, which is said to be the largest Internally Flawless Fancy Vivid Blue diamond ever to be sold by auction. The other is the 16-carat Artemis Pink, with its "Fancy Intense Pink" hue. Both are collectively worth billions in naira.
The gorgeous pieces are named after Greek gods; Apollo, the Greek god of music and sun and Artemis, his twin sister, the goddess of the hunt and Moon. These two gods represented power and beauty.
Here's beauty that actually cost money, as much as N21 billion naira.
The rare gems will be auctioned in Geneva by luxurious international jewelry outlet. Apollo and Artemis are to be sold at a whooping price of N21 billion naira. NAIJ.com wonders if any Nigerian would pay that for two pieces of jewelry.
NAIJ.com believes BBNaija winner can now afford a token of that money. Watch how Nigerians reacted to Efe winning the show: