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Emerald, natural pearl and diamond pendant, 19th century and later | 祖母綠配天然珍珠及鑽石吊墜,十九世紀及後

Formerly in the Collection of Princess Marie von Hatzfeldt

Emerald, natural pearl and diamond pendant, 19th century and later | 祖母綠配天然珍珠及鑽石吊墜,十九世紀及後

Emerald, natural pearl and diamond pendant, 19th century and later | 祖母綠配天然珍珠及鑽石吊墜,十九世紀及後

Emerald, natural pearl and diamond pendant, 19th century and later


Set with step-cut and pear-shaped emeralds and circular-cut diamonds, set at the center with a natural pearl.


Accompanied by SSEF report no. 89696, stating that the emerald weighing 1.19 carats is of Colombian origin with no indications of clarity enhancement; report no. 89695, stating that the emerald weighing 1.33 carats is of Colombian origin with a minor amount of oil in fissures, and report no. 89694, stating that the emerald weighing 1.65 carats is of Colombian origin with a minor amount of oil in fissures; together with AGL report no. 1116440, stating that the five emeralds are of Colombian origin, the largest emerald weighing 3.51 carats, with no indications of clarity enhancement, the four smaller emeralds with an insignificant amount of oil in fissures.


Also accompanied by a copy of SSEF report no. 87528, stating that the pearl was found to be natural, saltwater.


The pear-shaped emerald pendant later added.

This pendant was previously sold at Sotheby's Geneva 16 November 2016, Lot 319 with a different emerald pendant. Accompanied by SSEF report no. 89696, stating that the step-cut emerald weighing 1.19 carats, measuring 7.59 x 6.87 x 3.12mm, is of Colombian origin with no indications of clarity enhancement; report no. 89695, stating that the step-cut emerald weighing 1.33 carats, measuring 7.10 x 7.06 x 3.97mm, is of Colombian origin with a minor amount of oil in fissures, and report no. 89694, stating that the step-cut emerald weighing 1.65 carats, measuring 7.11 x 6.99 x 4.34mm, is of Colombian origin with a minor amount of oil in fissures; together with AGL report no. 1116440, stating that the five emeralds are of Colombian origin, largest emerald weighing 3.51 carats, with no indications of clarity enhancement, the four smaller emeralds with an insignificant amount of oil in fissures. Also accompanied by a copy of SSEF report no. 87528, stating that the pearl was found to be natural, saltwater, and that the emeralds are of Colombian origin, three with no indications of clarity modification and two with a minor amount of oil in fissures. Emeralds with minor inclusions, some minor abrasions and nicks. Diamonds bright and lively. Pearl measuring 10.92 - 11.73 x 8.19mm, of white body colour. In good condition. Gross weight approximately 12 grams.


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Please note that this lot is accompanied by AGL report no. 1116440, stating that the largest emerald weighing 3.51 carats, is of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity enhancement.
Princess Marie von Hatzfeldt, (1820–1897)
Her son Prince Hermann von Hatzfeldt (1848-1933) and his wife, Countess Nathalie von Benckendorff (1854–1931), formerly in Schloss Trachenberg (Silesia)
thence by descent.

Previously sold at Sotheby’s Geneva, 16 November 2016, lot 319.