1 December 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING, BY TIFFANY & CO.
Set with a brilliant-cut fancy deep grayish yellowish green diamond weighing 0.71 carat, flanked on either side by a pear-shaped diamond, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, ring size 5½
Signed Tiffany & Co., No. 13454841
Accompanied by report no. 1102377669 dated 2 December 2008 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the 0.71 carat diamond is fancy deep grayish yellowish green, SI1 clarity. With additional comment stating that the color of this stone changes temporarily when heated, or when left in darkness for a period of time and is known in the trade as "Chameleon"
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