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The 24.18-carat fancy intense blue diamond is the largest of four blue diamonds cut from a 122.52-carat rough discovered at the Cullinan mine in 2014.
Sold Wednesday at Christie’s, the 14.62-carat fancy vivid blue diamond surpassed the Blue Moon to become the most expensive jewel ever sold at auction.
The largest fancy vivid pink pear-shaped diamond ever offered at auction, the “Unique Pink” led Sotheby’s Geneva jewelry sale.
The fancy vivid green diamond will lead the auction house’s Magnificent Jewels sale on May 31 in Hong Kong.
Works of the fourth-generation animal figure carver, including a gem silica chrysocolla and malachite carving of seahorses, will lead the auction house’s Los Angeles sale this month.
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.
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