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This month, the auction house is providing complimentary jewelry appraisals in the United States and Canada for clients who are interested in consigning items to auction.
The pigeon’s blood red stone sold for $30.3 million, helping make Sotheby’s May 12 sale the highest-grossing jewelry auction in history.
The 8.72-carat fancy vivid stone is believed to have belonged to Princess Mathilde, niece of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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.
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