Although it's not "the" diamond that Elizabeth Taylor wears; I came across this gorgeous necklace (which can easily be worn with your wedding gown or evening gown later) and is alot less expensive .... but still grand looking. And I just had to put it up on the site.
Vintage Taylor Burton CZ Necklace - PRE-ORDER - $ 299.00
Pre-Order Item Orders placed at this time will be fulfilled in the order they are received. Customer service will keep you advised of your order status and you will not be charged until the item ships. Read all about the story behind Elizabeth Taylor's famous necklace here! Relive the classic age of Hollywood film in this necklace reminiscent of a vintage Taylor Burton diamond. Compare this vintage cz necklace to the jewelry Elizabeth Taylor sported in the 1950s. The pear shaped cubic zirconium is so large we literally had to hit the book to calculate the amount of carats (7ct); pear cut czs simply don’t come this big! This replica estate piece is made of sterling silver and weighs 50 grams. The sterling silver necklace measures 457mm (18 inches) long and is surrounded by pear shaped czs.
If you are a sucker for "love" the Burton and Taylor romance is worth reading about. One book to read is titled simply "Elizabeth".
Elizabeth Taylor is possibly the most famous of all celebrities to live in Puerto Vallarta. Vallarta was put on the world scene when she accompanied her lover Richard Burton, while still married to Eddie Fisher, to a small fishing village on the coast of Mexico where he was filming "The Night of the Iguana
Their subsequent decades long torrid romance still echoes through the narrow alleys of Gringo
Gulch where they bought houses across the street from one another and linked them with a pink bridge. Gringo Gulch was home to the original colony of Norteamericanos in Puerto Vallarta.
This steep ravine in the middle of town is known for its "gringo" villas, the most famous of which is Casa kimberly, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton's love nest.
These colonial-style homes of Gringo Gulch border the Cuale River at the foot of the mountains and are set along steep narrow alleys.Casa Kimberly still exists and is now open to tours.