Kim Kardashian’s confident she’ll get back her multi-million dollar ring because it’s very rare with unique identifiers.
Sources close to Kim tell TMZ … she believes if anyone tries to sell the ring they’ll find it. The police report she filed includes the diamond’s inscription number and other markers that will raise red flags if it ends up on the market.
The Gemological Institute of America says inscribed diamonds have a microscopic number laser-inscripted on the girdle of the stone. Once a police report is filed, any lost diamonds would be flagged in the system, and if they pop up for a cleaning, grading or possible sale … police are called.
Even if the inscription is scratched off, rings like Kim’s can be identified by special internal characteristics of the diamond … according to the GIA.
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Here’s an interesting thought from fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld:
TSR STAFF: Talia O. @theclosetratchet on Instagram & @tallyohhh on Twitter! _____________________ Sunday night, we all received reports that #KimKardashian had been robbed for over $10 million worth of jewelry while she was in her Paris apartment. In the days prior to the robbery, she Instagrammed her $4.5 million wedding ring and a grill which could have certainly attracted the robbers. _____________________ The whole situation has been very unfortunate, however fashion designer, #KarlLagerfeld, seems to show little sympathy for Kim K. and questions why she was alone in the first place. _____________________ “I don’t understand why she was in a hotel with no security," he told Reuters. "If you are that famous and you put all your jewelry on [social media], you go to hotels where nobody can come near to the room.” He added, "You cannot display your wealth and then be surprised that some people want to share it with you.” _____________________ Kim and Kanye are very close to Lagerfeld, so he's–More on this story at theshaderoom.com (Link in bio)
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