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Silver-Topped Gold, Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch [黃金鍍銀鑲祖母綠配鑽石吊墜 / 別針]

Extraordinary Jewels from the Collection of Cecile Zilkha [塞西爾・齊爾卡珠寶珍藏]

Silver-Topped Gold, Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch [黃金鍍銀鑲祖母綠配鑽石吊墜 / 別針]

Silver-Topped Gold, Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch [黃金鍍銀鑲祖母綠配鑽石吊墜 / 別針]

Extraordinary Jewels from the Collection of Cecile Zilkha

[ 塞西爾・齊爾卡珠寶珍藏]


Silver-Topped Gold, Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch

[ 黃金鍍銀鑲祖母綠配鑽石吊墜 / 別針]


Suspending a pear-shaped emerald weighing approximately 11.30 carats, framed and accented by old European, old mine and rose-cut diamonds, surmounted by a square emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 11.95 carats, highlighted by old European and rose-cut diamonds, further topped by a bow set with old European, old mine and rose-cut diamonds, the mounting inscribed 'To my beloved child Fanny, on the most eventful day of her life, V.L. July 12th 1843,'pendants detachable; circa 1840. With fitted R. & S. Garrard & Co. case.

In good condition, with minor wear to the mounting, commensurate with age. Mounted in silver-topped gold. The reverse of the emerald mounts chased; the square emerald-cut emerald reverse inscribed. The emeralds medium to medium deep slightly bluish green in hue, moderately deep in tone and strong in saturation, moderately included with scattered eye-visible inclusions in both stones, some surface-reaching inclusions. The diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 15.00 carats, approximately I-K color, a few examples M+ color, VS-SI clarity. Both emerald pendants detachable for wear with the bow surmount. Total length approximately 3½ inches. Accompanied by AGL report no. 1106187 dated January 21, 2020 stating that the emeralds are of Colombian origin, clarity enhancement: minor, type: traditional.


In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion. Illustrations in the catalogue may not be actual size. Prospective purchasers are reminded that, unless the catalogue description specifically states that a stone is natural, we have assumed that some form of treatment may have been used and that such treatment may not be permanent. Our presale estimates reflect this assumption.Certificates of Authenticity: Various manufacturers may not issue certificates of authenticity upon request. Sotheby's is not under an obligation to furnish the purchaser with a certificate of authenticity from the manufacturer at any time. Unless the requirements for a rescission of the sale under the Terms of Guarantee are satisfied, the failure of a manufacturer to issue a certificate will not constitute grounds to rescind the sale. Gemological Certificates and Reports: References in the catalogue descriptions to certificates or reports issued by gemological laboratories are provided only for the information of bidders, and Sotheby's does not guarantee and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy, terms or information contained in such certificates or reports. Please also note that laboratories may differ in their assessment of a gemstone (including its origin and presence, type and extent of treatments) and their certificates or reports may contain different results.NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.

Gift to Lady Frances Vane, wife of John Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough, by her father, on the occasion of her wedding in 1843

Lady Guernsey, by descent from her mother, Lady Rosamund Spencer Churchill, second daughter of John Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough

The Lord De Ramsey, K.B.E., T.D., D.L.

Sotheby’s London, January 21, 1981, Fine Jewels, lot 313

Sotheby’s Geneva, November 18, 1992, Magnificent Jewels, lot 440
Diana Scarisbrick, Ancestral Jewels, 1990, plate 167, pg. 120.
Accompanied by AGL report no. 1106187 dated January 21, 2020 stating that the emeralds are of Colombian origin, clarity enhancement: minor, type: traditional.