We use cookies to deliver the best possible web experience. By continuing to use this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. View our cookie policy.
For friendly, expert advice, please call +44(0)845 355 1164
Welcome Guest! (Log In)

Diamond Blog

03 November 2010
Tiger Woods' Ex-Wife To Sell Her Diamonds
Posted By Richard Preece

Elin Nordegren, former wife of golfing ace Tiger Woods, has decided to sell all jewellery that the infamous golfer gifted her during their happier times.

Nordegren has asked auctioneers at Sotheby’s to sell off her jewellery through auction. She has an antique diamond engagement ring valued at £200,000 along with other stunning pieces. It is observed that the entire jewellery could fetch her around £1million. One of Elin’s friends commented that the diamond jewellery reminds her of her past marriage with Woods and she does not want to keep a single piece of those diamonds as she is moving on in her life.

Her friend further commented that Elin thought all those diamonds were symbols of her husband’s love but after the expose, she knew that they were all bought out of guilt and they mean nothing to her now.

Some pieces of jewellery that will be auctioned include a diamond necklace with matching earrings. Though there is one gold wedding band that Elin no longer wears, it is unlikely that it will be put on auction. During their happier times, Woods had gifted numerous diamond pieces to his Swedish-born wife after he became the richest sports star in the world. His total earnings were stated to be around £5 million.

Woods and Elin got divorced after his multiple affairs were exposed in the media. Elin received a £65 million divorce settlement.

Comments: 0

Add your comment

Name: Email: Comment:

Once submitted, your comment must be approved by the Moderator and should be included within 48 hours.

Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join us on Google Plus Follow us on Pinterest Follow us on LinkedIn Follow us on YouTube Follow our RSS feed
Contact us

Thank you

Your message has been sent