15 November 2016
AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET, BY BULGARI
Designed as an alternating series of graduated octagonal-cut emeralds and circular-cut diamonds, 2009, 16.5 cm, mounted in platinum and gold
Accompanied by report no. 79579 dated 25 March 2015 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that the origin of the emeralds is Zambia, two emeralds with no indications of clarity modification, the remaining emeralds with minor to moderate amount of oil.
Further accompanied by report no. 6245-M7502 dated 23 February 2009 from Bvlgari Gemmological Center.
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