The auction house’s upcoming sale also includes collections from American heiresses.
The 228-carat stone came in at the low end of its estimated range while “The Red Cross Diamond” exceeded expectations at $14.3 million.
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From the estate of Ann Getty, the collection will likely blow its $1.5 million total pre-sale estimate out of the water.
It will lead the Christie’s New York jewelry auction in June.
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The yellow gold and citrine suite soared past estimates at Heritage Auctions’ spring jewelry sale.
The third most expensive jewel ever sold at auction, the “De Beers Blue” just missed breaking the blue diamond record.
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It’s an original prototype from well-known watch designer Gérald Genta.
The #HandinHand sale benefits World Central Kitchen, which distributes food in conflict zones.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the famously charitable stone will benefit the international organization.
The “Jewels Online” sale sold 98 percent by lot.
Curated by jewelry advisory The Stax, it benefits a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness about maternal mortality.
The D flawless stone is the highlight of a current digital auction from Christie’s.
Christie’s Geneva will offer “The Rock” at the Magnificent Jewels sale in May.
The company recently scooped up Boston-based Skinner and Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers, a Danish auction house.
A four-row coral necklace sold for more than $45,000 to become the top lot.
The 15.10-carat fancy vivid blue, mined by Petra last spring and purchased by De Beers and Diacore, heads to Sotheby’s in April.
It appeared in the 1969 film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.”
The founder of a cryptocurrency company purchased the stone and will rename it the “Hex.com” diamond.
Moore was the window display designer for the jeweler’s Fifth Avenue flagship from the mid-1950s to the 1990s.
Pieces from the style icon’s personal collection will go up for sale at UK auction house Dreweatts in March.
The massive natural fancy black diamond will be offered without reserve at Sotheby’s next month.
“Gérald Genta: Icon of Time” will open the archives for the first time this spring at Sotheby’s.