Ready to make a splash? The diamond necklace worn by Martha Stewart in her iconic Sports Illustrated spread could be yours. The one-of-a-kind 18-karat white-gold necklace set with 30.42 carats of diamonds by Cicada—founded by Armenian jewelers, Arsavir Zarokyan and Aras Tirtirian, in 1985 in New York City—is offered exclusively to a Robb Report reader. Outside of the fact that it has graced Stewart’s neck on her most memorable magazine cover to date, it took a team of seven jewelers working together over six months to complete requiring roughly 4,600 hours. Consider it an instant provenance piece.

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When the home and hospitality media mogul graced the cover of the magazine’s famous Swimsuit Issue (the annual edition is so popular it has its own Instagram handle with 2.1 million followers), it made instant headlines. At 81, Stewart is well into her golden years but still maintains a sensational figure that those half her age would envy. Ever the genius of self-marketing and reinvention, she has deftly navigated the twilight years of her career by pulling out other unexpected moments such as inviting rapper Snoop Dog on her cooking show, as well as jointly starting their show together in 2016 called Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, to joining Canopy Growth, a Candian marijuana company, in 2019 as an adviser.

Cicada Diamond Necklace


Shot by famed photographer, Ruvén Afanador and styled by Paolo Nieddu, the photoshoot featured grand dame plunging into a pool in a metallic swimsuit topped off with this Cicada necklace. The diamond collar, inspired by the laurel and olive wreaths of ancient Greece and set with 16.54 carats of round-cut diamonds and 13.88 carats of marquise-cut diamonds, will certainly be the talk of any dinner party or chic evening soirée for years to come. What could be more fitting for a piece memorialized by the quintessential hostess and queen of entertaining herself? $175,000

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