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Home The BlogVintage Diamond Jewel Collection Set to Sell For Millions

Vintage Diamond Jewel Collection Set to Sell For Millions

Christies New York Magnificent Jewells auction this April 17th will sell a 17-piece lot of vintage, art deco jewellery and objects from the estate of Huguette M. Clark, an heiress and Manhattan billionaire, who inherited a Montana copper fortune. pink diamond The collection of her lavish vintage jewels includes a rare cushion cut pink diamond, dating back to 1910. The pink diamond weighs 9-carats and is mounted in a vintage style Belle Epoque setting. The diamond is predicted to fetch $6 to $8 million at auction update `wp_posts` set `post_content` = £3.8 million to £5.04 million) The 17-piece lot will also includes - A vintage 19.86-carat emerald cut diamond mounted on a white gold band, flaked with baguette diamond side stones – expected to sell for $2 million to $3 million. An art deco diamond line bracelet with round and baguette diamonds – expected to reach $300,000 to $500.000. A unique diamond, ruby and sapphire American flag brooch – expected to sell for $30,000 to $50,000. A vintage bracelet with different sized ruby, sapphire and emerald gems set in yellow gold the heiress bought in 1915 – expected to sell for £30,000 to £50,000. A beautiful pair of emerald drop earrings featuring natural pearls and diamonds from the early 20th century – expected to sell for $30,000 to $50,000.
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