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Sotheby's News: Auction House featuring 'Magnificent Jewels' on December 11th

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This 51.75 ct. fancy vivid yellow diamond is estimated to sell for $2.5 Million$3.5 Million.

Tomorrow, this coming Wednesday, December 11th, there is going to be a highly anticipated auction held at Sothebys in New York City. To be featuring diamonds that any collector would marvel over, the Magnificent Jewels sale will be highlighted by a 51.75 ct. vivid yellow diamond ring that carries a $2.5-$2.5 Million estimate.

Apart from this item, there will be other superb pieces available such as a custom Bulgari 18k gold, spinel, turquoise and diamond earrings. This item has drops inspired by Elizabeth Taylor and Cleopatra, with 100% of the proceeds going towards the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. Some of the other notable jewelry to be auctioned off by Sothebys include the following:

  • An Indian-inspired 18k gold, emerald, and diamond necklace by Cartier that was made in 1947 has 100 cts. t.w. Colombian emeralds and is expected to fetch $600,000-$800,000.

  • A diamond and platinum ring with a 24.48 ct. D-color VS1 clarity emerald-cut diamond, anticipated to go for $1.5 Million-$2.5 Million.

  • An Egyptian-revival Faience and Jeweled Brooch dating back to 1923 that represents just one of only two fan-shaped brooches ever made by Cartier should sell for anywhere from $300,000-$500,000.

It is with great enthusiasm that we now can look forward to yet another groundbreaking auction being held by our illustrious brand. With our most recent post regarding Sothebys having come just a few weeks ago when Jony Ive & Marc Newson designed watches, an aluminium desk, Leica Camera and more were auctioned off, this forthcoming occasion tomorrow in New York City is bound to be yet another success.

More Information: JCK Magazine

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