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Home The BlogA Victorian Diamond Necklace is Set to sell for £150,000 at Duke’s Auction House


A Victorian Diamond Necklace is Set to sell for £150,000 at Duke’s Auction House

An absolutely stunning Victorian necklace that’s been hidden away for over 40 years is expected to break the record for being the most expensive item of jewellery sold at Dorchester’s Duke’s auction house. The ‘riviere’ piece is set with 53 cushion cut diamonds which weigh a total of 64 carats. Experts at the auction house have said they have great hopes for the necklace and are expecting it to sell for £100,000 to £150,000. The centre diamond on the necklace is the largest diamond, weighing five carats and the other diamonds set within the design of the necklace all range in sizes as they graduate towards the centre piece. Impressive diamond pieces like this are increasingly becoming a popular asset and make the classic accessory for those that love diamonds. The whole necklace and the diamonds are all in their original condition ready for the sale in December. To find an original piece like this is often rare but extremely exciting, so watch this space....