Kim Kardashian was not by any means the only one to wear something that holds authentic worth at the Met Gala this year
Emma Chamberlain, as well, wore a piece of adornments that had a place with an Indian Maharaja.
Chamberlain, who wore Louis Vuitton to the Gala and was endorsed via Cartier as its image representative, showed up to the Met on May 2
trickling in Cartier's jewels, finished with a headband.
It was, nonetheless, her choker that grabbed everybody's eye
The choker had a place with the Maharaja of Patiala Bhupinder Singh which was made in 1928 after the Maharaja chose to turn his De Beers jewel
the seventh biggest on the planet into a treasure choker.
The choker was charged to Cartier and the outcome was known as the Patiala Necklace,
The choker is accepted to be one of the costly bits of adornments made in history
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