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The 16.64-carat purple pearl was expected to sell for up to $35,000 Wednesday and lead the Lapidary Works of Art, Gemstones and Minerals auction.
The purple non-nacreous pearl, weighing 16.64 carats, could sell for up to $30,000 in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Jewelry from the woman who married the department store heir will be featured in the Magnificent Jewels sale scheduled for Dec. 7 in New York.
The fancy vivid blue diamond was expected to be the top lot of Sotheby’s Nov. 16 sale in Geneva but was topped by a step-cut 17.07-carat fancy intense pink.
The gemstone, which is pigeon’s blood red in color, could garner up to $12.5 million at the Magnificent Jewels auction in Hong Kong next month.
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.
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