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The Mountain Star Ruby Collection, discovered in western North Carolina in 1990, will be sold as one lot in April at Guernsey’s auction house.
In 2017, Guernsey’s will offer a collection of Muzo Colombian emeralds and star rubies in two separate events.
Guillaume Cerutti, currently the president of Christie’s Europe, Middle East, Russia and India, will succeed Patricia Barbizet as of Jan. 1.
The property of Betsy Bloomingdale was 100 percent sold at the Magnificent Jewels sale, with one piece finishing among the top 10 lots.
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.
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