22 October 2014
AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE
Suspending a pendant, set with a rectangular-cut emerald, weighing approximately 4.98 carats, within a baguette-cut diamond surround, from a line of circular-cut diamonds and three rectangular-cut emeralds, weighing approximately 1.36, 1.34 and 1.30 carats, to the neckchain, designed as a line of circular and baguette-cut diamonds, 18 3/4 ins., mounted in platinum
With report CS58559 dated 3 February 2014 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that it is the opinion of the Laboratory that the origin of the four emeralds would be classified as Colombia. Insignificant to minor clarity enhancement, traditional type
With forty-two reports dated from 18 January 2006 to 12 January 2009 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the circular-cut diamonds, weighing from approximately 1.15 to 0.40 carats, range from D to F color and from Internally Flawless to VS2 clarity
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