10 October 2006
AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, BY TIFFANY & CO.
The old European-cut diamond openwork band set with five graduated modified rectangular-cut sapphires, spaced by a series of fancy-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1930, 7 ins., in a Tiffany & Co. purple leather case
Signed Tiffany & Co.
With report 96048809 dated 14 July 2006 from the AGTA Gemological Testing Center stating that the data obtained during the examination of those five stones indicates that the probable geographic origin is Burma (Myannmar) or Sri Lanka. No indications of heating. Minor clarity enhancement on one stone
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