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The sale of the internally flawless, D color Type IIa diamond marked several auction firsts but still fell slightly short of its highest pre-sale estimate of $25 million.
The four-strand natural colored pearl necklace was part of Christie’s April 14 sale in New York, which totaled nearly $42 million.
The largest “perfect” emerald-cut diamond ever offered at auction is expected to sell for $25 million at Sotheby’s later this month.
Every lot in Bonhams 700-plus piece collection from the estate of the late actress sold in New York Tuesday and Wednesday, with the top jewels including signed Schlumberger designs along with diamond and colored gemstone pieces. 
The April 14 auction of Magnificent Jewels in New York is expected to garner more than $40 million total.
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