8 June 2006
A TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND BRACELET
Designed as a series of pavé-set diamond and cabochon turquoise overlapping leaves, each with a hammered gold trim, mounted in gold, 7½ ins.
With report 95012109 dated 19 May 2006 from the AGTA Gemological Testing Center stating that the first blue stone from the clasp end was examined and is natural turquoise
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Please note that this lot is accompanied by a report from the AGTA Gemological Testing Center stating that the first blue stone from the bracelet clasp is natural turquoise.
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