Sunday, 29 October 2017

The Donnersmarck Diamonds up for auction

The Donnersmarck Diamonds are two yellow diamonds, named after their one time owner Henckel von Donnersmarck. One, a baguette-shaped diamond weighing 102.54 carats, was last sold for $3.246 million in 2007. The second, tear drop in shape and weighing 82.48 carats, was sold for $4.666 million. The combined estimate is $9 - $14 million.
Sotheby’s is also offering “The Raj Pink” at the sale, the world’s largest known fancy intense pink diamond, weighing 37.30 carats with an estimate of $20 - $30 million.

Sotheby’s Geneva auction of Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels runs November 15 at the Mandarin Oriental, Geneva.