The Wittelsbach-Graff is a beautiful 35.56 carat blue diamond that was mined in India. According to history, this precious jewel of King Philip IV had been chosen as the dowry of his daughter, Infanta Margarita Teresa.
Leopold I, who later became the Roman Emperor, gave the jewel to the heirs after Margarita died in 1673. Later in 1722, this jewel became known as the Der Blaue Wittelsbacher or The Blue Wittelsbach.
This jewel then became the world’s most expensive gem after Laurence Graff bought it for 212.2 billion.