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A signed photograph of Marilyn Monroe wearing the fancy yellow pear-shaped diamond also sold at Christie’s jewelry auction Tuesday.
It was part of Sotheby’s “Royal Jewels from the Bourbon-Parma Family” jewelry auction, a white-glove sale that exceeded expectations.
Sold at Christie’s Geneva Tuesday, the 19-carat stone broke a price-per-carat world auction record for a pink diamond.
There are now even more jewels from Marie Antoinette to go around.
Christie’s will attempt to sell the 24-carat yellow diamond again in Hong Kong next month.
Coming in behind it at No. 2 in Sotheby’s Hong Kong jewelry auction was a 3.37-carat pear-shaped fancy intense blue diamond.
It sold for $2.9 million, or $583,551 per carat, at the Bonhams London’s Fine Jewellery auction Sept. 26.
The largest and finest fancy vivid pink diamond ever offered by Christie’s will lead its Nov. 13 jewelry auction.
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