16 November 2011
A PAIR OF MAGNIFICENT EMERALD AND DIAMOND EARRINGS
The two pear-shaped emeralds, weighing 23.66 and 23.55 carats, suspending from two brilliant-cut diamonds and two pear-shaped diamonds, weighing 2.14 and 2.01 carats, to the pavé-set diamond hook, mounted in platinum, 6.0 cm
Accompanied by reports nos. 58230 and 58231 both dated 14 January 2011 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that both emeralds are of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity modifications; and a Note stating that 'A pair of matching natural emeralds from Colombia of this size and quality represents a great rarity and the described gemstones are thus a very exceptional treasure.'
Report no. 5374664 dated 8 April 2010 and report no. 1106814422 dated 2 June 2010, from the GIA Gemological Institute of America stating that both the 2.14 carat and the 2.01 carat pear-shaped diamonds are D colour, VS2 clarity
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