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There’s a diamond, emerald and ruby locket and a 19th-century pearl and diamond brooch/pendant, both gifts to her goddaughters.
This month, a portion of proceeds benefit a breast cancer charity.
Named “The Spirit of the Rose,” the fancy vivid purple-pink diamond is expected to go for as much as $38 million at auction.
Pieces from the late Rock Currier’s collection head to Bonhams, including a 530-carat kunzite and a gold jewelry box decorated with gemstones.
The 118.88-carat Burmese sapphire touted ahead of the sale didn’t go up for auction in Hong Kong Wednesday.
Offered without reserve as a “gauge of the market,” the stone’s hammer price fell well short of similar stones.
It’s up for sale at Sotheby’s Hong Kong just two days after the “perfect” 102.39-carat diamond being sold without reserve.
All 90 pieces dating from antiquity to the 19th century offered by one collector were snapped up by buyers at Bonhams London Wednesday.
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