Wednesday 03 December 2014, 02.00 PM
BURMA RUBY AND DIAMOND RING, JAR, Paris.
Sold for CHF 618 000
RARE NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, ca. 1880.
Sold for CHF 420 000
BURMA RUBY AND DIAMOND RING / PENDANT, ca. 1994. Yellow gold 750. Elegant ring, The top set with 1 very fine, oval Burma ruby weighing 8.72 ct, untreated, within a border of 14 trapeze-cut diamonds and 26 brilliant-cut diamonds. Total diamond weight ca. 1.50 ct. Size ca. 49. With Gübelin Report No. 9405016, May 1994.
Sold for CHF 240 000
TANZANITE, DIAMOND AND PEARL CHOKER. White gold 750. Very fancy, seven-row necklace of numerous Akoya pearls of 4 mm Ø, with an elegant clasp in the centre, set with 1 antique-oval tanzanite weighing ca. 136.36 ct, within a double-border of 52 brilliant-cut diamonds weighing ca. 13.20 ct l. L ca. 34.5 cm. With gemstone expert opinion No. 26533 by Walter Mica, Vienna, November 1996.
Sold for CHF 91 200
EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH, Russia, 19th century. Silver and yellow gold. Fancy brooch designed as 2 oak leaves with acorns, the acorns are set with 2 fine, drop-cut Columbian emeralds weighing ca. 5.60 ct and set throughout with ca. 120 old European cut diamonds weighing ca. 9.50 ct, and numerous rose-cut diamonds weighing ca. 0.50 ct. No signs of repair on the back. Ca. 6.8 x 4 cm. With GGTL/Gemlab Report No. 14-B-2707, October 2014. Provenance: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia (1786-1859) was the first owner of this brooch.
Sold for CHF 72 000