How Did Netizens React To Emma Chamberlain Stolen Diamond Choker?

How Did Netizens React To Emma Chamberlain Stolen Diamond Choker?
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  • Indian netizens showed their dissatisfaction with the jewelry set Emma Chamberlain wore on her Met Gala debut.
  • Netizens claim that the diamond choker set is the same that the British stole from the Maharaja of Patiala.
  • Did the Youtuber as the Brand Ambassador of Cartier diamonds wear the Indian heritage stolen choker set?

Emma Chamberlain, 20 indulges in controversy after Indian Twitter users questioned the origin of the diamond choker set she wore.

Was the diamond set from Cartier really stolen by The British? Learn the story in detail with us.

Emma Chamberlain Met Gala 2022
Emma Chamberlain Met Gala 2022 diamond controversy (source: Instagram)

Emma Chamberlain- Met Gala 2022

The Youtuber Emma Chamberlain is the brand ambassador of Cartier diamonds. As a result of which, she attended the Met Gala 2022 event for the first time.

The representative of Cartier diamonds wore attire by Louis Vuitton. Her stylist was Jare Dellner and her makeup artist was Laura Polko. Moreover, she walked in with an ancient jewelry diamond choker set in the Met Gala 2022-themed Glided Glamour.

Netizens are furious after Emma Chamberlain wears the Indian King’s lost diamond choker at Met Gala 2022.

Emma Chamberlain diamond choker controversy
The stolen diamond choker set on Emma Chamberlian’s neck (source: Twitter)

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Diamond Choker Controversy

The real owner of the diamond set is the Maharaja from India, Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Punjab as per the heritage records. The Maharaja of Patiala ordered it from Cartier in 1928 and made out of 2930 diamonds and Burmese rubies.

On the contrary, the extravagant piece included the seventh-largest diamond that went missing from the Patiala Royal Treasury in 1948. Meanwhile, the son of Maharaja, Yadavindra Singh last wore it in 1948.

Reportedly, the missing case resulted from the robbery of British forces who eventually sold the stolen piece back to Cartier.

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King Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Punjab
King Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Punjab (source: Instagram)

What have experts said on this?

The Indian Crusader on their Instagram post, @the_indian_crusader captioned the picture of the Indian King, Maharaja of Patiala,

The finished necklace incorporated some 2,930 diamonds, including the world’s seventh largest diamond ?, the 234.69 carat “De Beers”, along with seven other diamonds which ranged from 18 to 73 carats, and a few Burmese rubies.

Further commenting on its stolen story and selling back by the British, they added,

Twenty years after its completion, this amazing item seems to have disappeared. The likely story is that, over time, the more important stones were removed and sold. Eventually, the “De Beers” reappeared and sold in 1982 for over three million dollars.

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