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While most of the loose and set Colombian emeralds in the Marcial de Gomar Collection failed to sell, all of the historic coins did.
The top lot of the NY sale, though, was a pair of earrings with emerald-cut diamonds weighing 20.29 and 20.02 carats that went for $5.3 million.
“La Légende” leads the upcoming Magnificent Jewels sale at Christie’s Geneva.
The non-matching pair of pears are the most valuable earrings ever to appear at auction, Sotheby’s said.
The 59.60-carat pink diamond is, once again, the most expensive jewel ever sold at auction.
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