In Geneva, on November 15, Christie’s proposed auction of Magnificent Jewels with exceptional stones and pieces: there are jewels signed by Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, David Webb, Harry Winston, as well as Boehmer et Bassenge.
In addition to jewelry, the Geneva auction will be presented particularly interesting diamonds, including a Fancy Vivid Pink of 9.14 carats with an estimated value of $ 18 million. This diamond has the advantage of having no trace of a secondary color, which makes it extremely rare.
Another diamond is a “descendant” of the Star of Sierra Leone, discovered on the Valentine’s Day of 1972 to 320 kilometers from Freetown, the capital of the African state. Heavy 968.9 carats, it was the fourth-largest diamond. After being cut produced 17 gems including that which will be present at the auction with a weight of 21,69 carats. The estimate value is between 1.4 – 1.8 milliins of dollars.