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A special New York City exhibition will highlight 75 pieces of floral jewelry.
It is called “Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence” and is set to take place June 19 in New York.
Originally estimated to sell for up to $3,900, the paperwork went for $27,720 at Bonhams’ jewelry auction in London Tuesday.
Estimated to sell for between $2,600 and $3,900, the lot also includes a paste replica of the rough diamond and its resulting cut stones.
The 76-carat gemstone is headlining the auction house’s Magnificent Jewels Geneva sale next month.
It led the auction house’s spring Magnificent Jewels and Fine Jewels sales in New York.
The biggest sale at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York, however, was a twin stone blue diamond ring that went for $6.7 million.
She previously held roles at Fred Leighton, Windsor Jewels and Christie’s.
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