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The estate of Peggy and David Rockefeller, which also included art, porcelain and furniture, just became the most expensive private collection sold at auction.
Eva Violante joins the division that helms the Americas as senior specialist and vice president.
The pear-shaped fancy dark gray-blue diamond was passed down through generations of European royals.
The big jewels dominating the spring auction season also ruled our website last week.
The top jewelry lot of the Sotheby’s sale in New York was a Chaumet diamond necklace-bracelet combination.
The rectangular-cut fancy intense blue sold for $5.4 million, beating out an 8-carat pink to top the sale.
The ring was kept in a family’s bank vault and initially appraised at less than $10,000.
The auction house declined to disclose the diamond’s full final sale price though.
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