New Zealand has the biggest jewelry collection
Posted September 12, 2018 07:07:25Auckland, New Zealand’s second largest city, is set to be home to the world’s largest collection of gemstones.
The new crown jewel is the gold necklace.
It’s expected to be the largest necklace in the world.
A gemologist from the University of Auckland, Michael Johnson, said the necklace would be one of the world largest, and would likely be worth at least $5 million.
He said there were many other gemstones that would be added to the collection.
“This is not the biggest piece of jewellery, it’s the largest,” he said.
Johnson said that when the world first heard about the collection, it was the largest they’d ever seen.
“The first thing I thought was, wow, there’s a lot of gold and diamonds in there.”
So I’m quite excited to be able to tell the world that there’s gold and there’s diamonds in this collection.
“The collection has been on the drawing board for about two years, Johnson said.
He wanted to create something unique and original and bring a lot to the city.
It was never really planned as a crown jewel, but I think we’re going to see a lot more of it.” “
It’s an experiment.
It was never really planned as a crown jewel, but I think we’re going to see a lot more of it.”
The crown jewel was originally part of the city’s original plans for a giant aquarium.
Johnson wanted to see if the necklace could be turned into a giant water aquarium and then used as a museum.
“There are some elements that we would love to have that can be used as exhibits or to be displayed,” he explained.
The collection will be on display at the New Zealand Museum of Natural History in Auckland.
Johnson is the head of the New Zealander Gems Institute.
The jewellery was first announced in December, 2017, and the collection is expected to include around 500 pieces of gold, diamonds, and other precious stones.
It has not yet been announced whether the jewelry will be available to the public.
Johnson told the Financial Post the crown jewel would be a gemologist’s dream, and that it would likely go on display as part of a collection.