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1696

Bulgari | Sapphire and Diamond Ring | 寶格麗 | 16.31克拉 天然「緬甸皇家藍」藍寶石 配 鑽石 戒指

Estimate:

2,800,000 to - 3,600,000 HKD

Bulgari | Sapphire and Diamond Ring | 寶格麗 | 16.31克拉 天然「緬甸皇家藍」藍寶石 配 鑽石 戒指

Bulgari | Sapphire and Diamond Ring | 寶格麗 | 16.31克拉 天然「緬甸皇家藍」藍寶石 配 鑽石 戒指

Estimate:

2,800,000 to - 3,600,000 HKD

Lot sold:

4,032,000

HKD

Bulgari | Sapphire and Diamond Ring

寶格麗 | 16.31克拉 天然「緬甸皇家藍」藍寶石 配 鑽石 戒指


Set with a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing 16.31 carats, between two calf's head-shaped diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white gold, signed Bulgari, Italian assay mark, size 5¾, case stamped Bulgari.

Accompanied by Gübelin report no. 20023041, dated 18 February 2020, stating that the sapphire is of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating, tradecolour royal blue. Also accompanied by AGL report no. 1108953, dated 31 July 2020, stating that the sapphire is of Classic™ Burmese origin, with no gemmological evidence of heat and no clarity enhancement. Further accompanied by SSEF report no. 112483, dated 12 February 2020, stating that the sapphire is of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating. Please refer to the reports for further details. Signed BVLGARI, with Italian assay mark for 18 karat white gold. Sapphire is of medium deep tone, slightly violetish blue colour and medium-strong saturation, with some typical inclusions and a few very minor chips. Diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 1.20 carats in total, are about G-H colour, SI clarity, as gauged and graded in the mounting. Signs of very minor wear to the metal. Overall in very good condition. With a case stamped Bulgari.
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Accompanied by Gübelin report no. 20023041, dated 18 February 2020, stating that the sapphire is of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating, trade colour royal blue.

Also accompanied by AGL report no. 1108953, dated 31 July 2020, stating that the sapphire is of ClassicTM Burmese origin, with no gemmological evidence of heat and no clarity enhancement.

Further accompanied by SSEF report no. 112483, dated 12 February 2020, stating that the sapphire is of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating.