Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Diamond Sales Strong at Sotheby’s New York

A pair of diamond earrings brought more than $5 million at Sotheby’s New York, helping the auction house record a total of $29 million in jewelry sales. The square emerald-cut, D-color, internally flawless diamonds, one of which weighed 20.29 carats and the other 20.02 carats sold for $5.3 million. An emerald-cut, 5.07-carat, fancy gray-blue, VVS2-clarity stone brought $1.6 million.

A pear-shaped, 11.19-carat, fancy pink, internally flawless diamond pendant went for $2.4 million.
The “Stotesbury” emerald-and-diamond ring, designed by Harry Winston, sold for $996,500.

Christie’s will hold its spring New York auction today, led by a 5.26-carat, fancy vivid purplish-pink diamond estimated at up to $3.5 million.