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The gold necklace set with rubies, emeralds and diamonds went for well below its pre-sale estimate of $73,000 to $90,000.
The oval-shaped 15.99-carat gemstone topped Christie’s Magnificent Jewels sale, becoming the most expensive colored gemstone ever sold at auction in the U.S.
The 9.54-carat fancy deep blue stone that once belonged to “America’s Little Darling” didn’t find a buyer at Sotheby’s New York Tuesday.
The 15.38-carat diamond will be the largest fancy vivid pink pear shape ever offered at auction when it goes up for sale next month.
The De Beers Millennium Jewel 4 is an oval-shaped fancy vivid blue and is one of a dozen diamonds the miner assembled to mark the year 2000.
More than 20 jewelry designers have partnered with Pure Earth for an online auction to raise awareness about the connection between gold mining and mercury pollution.
A 19th century ruby and diamond “manga malai” necklace is among the pieces up for grabs at the auction house’s Islamic and Indian Art sale this month.
The rectangular-cut, 14.62-carat stone will be the largest and finest fancy vivid blue diamond ever offered at auction when it goes up for sale at Christie’s Geneva next month.
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