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Sotheby’s Resumes Live Auctions in Asia with Diamond Jewellery

Sotheby's HK Magnificent Jewels to feature "world class gemstones and statement signed jewels"
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Sotheby’s Hong Kong is back with its Magnificent Jewels sale at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on July 10, marking the return of live jewellery auctions in Asia.


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Sotheby’s HK Magnificent Jewels will feature over 200 lots “of world class gemstones and statement signed jewels”, according to a press release quoted by Diamond World. The auction will be led by a pair of exceptionally rare Fancy Vivid colored diamond rings, offered separately:  a 5.04 carat Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Ring, estimated to sell for $7,700,000 – 9,700,000, and a 4.49 carat Fancy Vivid Pink diamond, estimated to sell for $7,500,000 – 8,800,000. Both diamonds are cut into heart shapes.


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Another auction highlight is a 19th century diamond bracelet signed by Garrard – the London-based jeweler to the British crown – and gifted to Princess Margaret, the Queen’s sister, on her 21st Birthday. More notable jewels include a pair of Colombian Emerald and Diamond Earrings from Harry Winston ($1,550,000 – 1,940,000), the famed ‘Zip’ necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels ($310,000 – 451,000), and an art deco brooch by Cartier from its famed Tutti Frutti series ($155,000 – 207,000).

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