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A platinum and diamond necklace made in 1939 for Queen Nazli of Egypt will be up for auction at Sotheby’s Dec. 9 sale of Magnificent Jewels in New York.
The Chaumet Art Deco emerald and diamond necklace could garner as much as $274,000 when it goes up for sale next month as part of Christie’s auction of property from the late Margaret Thatcher.
Now called the “Blue Moon of Josephine,” a blue diamond that sold for $48.5 million Wednesday set a record price for any jewel at auction. 
Newly named the “Pink Josephine” and sold Tuesday at Christie’s Geneva, the 16.08-carat stone set a new world auction record price for a vivid pink diamond.
Called “Yorick,” the meteorite is carved into the shape of a life-size skull and weighs more than 46 pounds. 
The 24-karat gold leaf grand piano that Elvis Presley played in the music room of his Graceland home could garner up to $700,000 when it goes up on the block next month.
Tranzon Asset Strategies, in association with Tiger Capital Group’s Remarketing Services division, will hold an auction on Oct. 8 featuring more than 300 luxury items once owned by a California couple convicted in a $38 million premium insurance scam.
The 16.08-carat cushion-shaped diamond is expected to sell for as much as $28 million at the Christie’s Geneva jewelry auction next month.
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