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Conch Pearl and Diamond Ring | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 戒指

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Conch Pearl and Diamond Ring | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 戒指

Conch Pearl and Diamond Ring | 海螺珠 配 鑽石 戒指

Designed as a flower, centring upon a semi-baroque conch pearl, highlighted with pear-shaped diamonds of yellow tint and diamond briolettes, to the petals set with brilliant- and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white and yellow gold, size 6.


Accompanied by a gemmological report.


Potential bidders who intend to export this lot are advised that certain permits may be required for export. If you are interested in this lot, please contact the Jewellery Department before bidding.


Please note that the diamonds of yellow tint have not been tested for natural colour origin.

Potential bidders who intend to export this lot are advised that certain permits may be required for export. If you are interested in this lot, please contact the Jewellery Department before bidding. Accompanied by GIA report no. 2317459166, dated 8 January 2019, stating that the conch pearl is natural saltwater conch pearl, the surface has been worked. Please refer to the report for further details. Please note that the diamonds of yellow tint have not been tested for natural colour origin. Stamped 750 for 18 karat white and yellow gold, 7.82ct referring to the weight of the conch pearl. Conch pearl measuring approximately 12.80 x 9.85 x 8.48mm, is of pink graduating to light pink colour, with distinct flame structure, few scratches and minor crazing near the setting. Diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 2.30-2.80 carats in total, are about F-G colour, VS-SI clarity as gauged and graded in the mounting. Diamonds of yellow tint are bright and lively. Minor signs of wear to the metal. Overall in very good condition.


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