IsraAid diamond jewel auction

Unique Jewelry Auction to Support Israeli War Victims

The Precious Israel Aid auction, a live event to be held on November 28, has led to generous donations by jewelers eager to support Israeli victims of the war between Israel and Hamas.


According to IDEX Online, jewelers have contributed 210 pieces, ranging from elegant vintage diamond rings to contemporary necklaces, for the auction.


The items include creations from renowned names like Tiffany & Co., Bulgari, and Cartier, as well as pieces from David Morris, Rainbow K, David Yurman, Marie Lichtenberg, and other contemporary brands. The online Precious Israel Aid auction is currently open for bids on Farber Auction House and LiveAuctioneers.


The standout piece leading the auction is a Mauboussin necklace featuring approximately 17 carats of diamonds and sapphires, with an estimated value of $40,000 to $50,000. Another highlight is a pair of 18k gold Cartier flower-design diamond earrings (9.28 carats) with 7.5mm pearls, with an estimated value of $26,000 to $28,000.


Proceeds from the auction will go to IsraAid, a humanitarian charity supporting the 250,000 people displaced from the Gaza border and northern Israel since the October 7th massacre, as well as Magen David Adom, Israel’s national medical emergency, disaster, ambulance, and blood service.


IsraAid diamond jewelry auction
IsraAid diamond jewelry auction

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