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Imagine wearing a piece of jewelry worth $4.6 million! Most people will never earn that kind of money in their entire lifetime let alone buy a piece of jewelry worth that much. However, this week a vintage necklace designed by Van Cleef & Arpels will go on sale and is expected to fetch that much. The necklace was commissioned by Queen Nazli of Egypt in 1939 for her daughter’s wedding ceremony. The necklace itself is an Art Deco style with more than 600 round and baguette diamonds. The total carat weight on the piece is 217. It’s truly a one of a kind. The fact that it’s also signed Van Cleef will add a huge premium to an otherwise already expensive necklace. The history along with the magnificence of the necklace have driven the estimate to almost $5 million. Will it sell for even more? We will find out next week at the Sotheby’s auction. Below are some other noteworthy pieces for sale at the auction. Loan for jewelry Boca Raton.
This 25.87-carat sugarloaf cabochon sapphire is from the 1930’s as well. It is flanked by two bullet shaped diamonds which is a cut you don’t see all that often. This ring also has a pre-sale estimate of $4.5 million. A sugarloaf sapphire is not cut, it is smooth.
This 38.27 carat square emerald-cut diamond is set in a platinum setting. On the sides are two tapered baguette stones. $4.5 million is a common number it seems in this auction and this item is supposed to fetch that amount as well.
A 20.01 carat oval shaped diamond is the featured item in this platinum ring. There are two smaller pear shaped diamonds on each side to make this ring bling. Not as expensive as the other three previous items, but with an expected value of $3.2 million it is no small piece.
Sotheby’s is guessing that someone will be willing to pay around $2.5 million for this ring. The center stone is a 6.93 carat pear shaped fancy pink diamond. On the sides are two near-colorless pear shaped diamonds. This might be the most stunning piece of the auction.
These dangle earrings are platinum and feature some huge Colombian emeralds. One weighs 22.97 carats and the other weighs 21.37 carats. Each earring has two old mine cut diamonds set above the emerald. The two diamonds right above the emeralds are 2.01 carat and the other is 2 carats. All of the diamonds are D color and internally flawless. These earrings are expected to sell for $2.2 million.
This center sapphire weighs 9.11 carats. On the sides are two cushion cut diamonds and set in an 18k white gold ring. It is expected to sell for $1 million.