14 April 2015,
Price realised USD 785,000
USD 500,000 - USD 700,000
A MAGNIFICENT COLORED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY GRAFF
Designed as a graduated line of twenty-three oval-cut diamonds, alternating with cushion, modified square and modified rectangular-cut fancy intense yellow diamonds, centering upon a modified rectangular-cut fancy intense yellow diamond, weighing approximately 7.67 carats, mounted in platinum and yellow gold, with pendant hook for suspension, 16 ins.
Signed Graff no. 4272
With report 12533054 dated 22 December 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond, weighing approximately 7.67 carats, is fancy intense yellow, natural color, VS1 clarity, additional inscription: GIA 12533054, GRAFF
With twenty-two reports dated 5 August 2002 to 30 April 2003 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamonds, weighing from approximately 4.07 to 1.01 carats, are fancy intense yellow, natural color, and range from Internally Flawless to SI2 clarity
With twenty-one reports dated 12 July 1995 to 5 March 2003 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the oval-cut diamonds, weighing from approximately 2.57 to 0.80 carats, range from D to G color and from Internally Flawless to VS2 clarity
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