‘Heavenly Twins’ jadeite sautoir
3.24-carat fancy vivid blue IF diamond ring by Moussaieff
Tiffany & Co’s Kashmir sapphire ring
A curated collection of jadeite, diamond, coloured gemstone and pearl jewellery pieces will go under the hammer at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels auction scheduled for November 26 in Hong Kong.
Headlining the sale is “Heavenly Twins,” a jadeite sautoir with 68 beads, which has a pre-sale estimate of HK$55 million to HK$85 million (around US$7 million to US$10.85 million). Another highlight of the sale is a 3.24-carat fancy vivid blue internally flawless diamond ring by Moussaieff, valued at HK$44.5 million to HK$60 million (aroundUS$5.7 million to US$7.6 million).
Diamond earrings will also take centre stage at the auction – a pair of D-colour internally flawless earrings of over 17 carats each and a pair of fancy vivid yellow diamond earrings of over 8 carats each.
Signed pieces will likewise be offered, including a Kashmir sapphire ring of over 16 carats by Tiffany & Co, and a natural pearl, pink diamond and diamond suite by Cartier.
Vickie Sek, chairman of Jewellery Asia, commented, “Offering the finest selection of diamonds, gemstones and signed pieces, the auction will appeal to our collectors across the globe, seeking the rarest and most impressive jewels.”