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The “Sky Blue Diamond,” a fancy vivid blue, will headline Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale Nov. 16 in Geneva.
A jadeite bangle predicted to go for up to $9 million didn’t sell at the Oct. 4 auction, just two weeks after a headlining piece in New York also failed to meet its reserve price.
The actual top lot of last Thursday’s Important Jewels sale turned out to be a 24.72-carat sapphire ring that went for $706,000.
The ring, which was only expected to sell for $8,000, was the top lot at the Christie’s New York auction of The Private Collection of President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan.
The oval-cut stone went above its pre-sale estimate of $1.7 to $2.4 million at Bonhams London’s Fine Jewellery sale Tuesday.
The oval-shaped stone is estimated to sell for as much as $2.5 million at the auction house’s Sept. 22 Important Jewels sale.
This 3.81-carat oval-cut fancy intense blue diamond is expected to be the top lot at Bonhams’ Sept. 20 Fine Jewellery sale in London.
The oval-cut fancy intense blue diamond could sell for as much as $2.4 million at the auction house’s upcoming Fine Jewellery sale.
Xcel Brands Chairman and CEO Robert D’Loren and wife Jennifer are auctioning these Judith Ripka earrings and five other pieces for the FIT Foundation.
The online sale, which benefits the QVC Scholarship Fund, is going on now.
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