Harry Winston diamond ring brings $2.1m to Sotheby's auction



2015-06-26 13:26:35

Harry Winston diamond ring brings $2.1m to Sotheby's auction

A 19.51 carat diamond ring by Harry Winston is up 16.9% on estimate

A dazzling 19.51 carat diamond ring by world famous jeweller Harry Winston has sold with excellent results at Sotheby's Important Jewels auction, held on September 24 in New York.

Harry Winston ring Any of Harry Winston's jewellery is prized at auction

The huge emerald cut diamond is mounted to a platinum band, with an additional two triangle shaped diamonds weighing 2.92 carats flanking the central stone. It sold for $2.1m, making a 16.9% increase on its $1.8m high estimate.

The ring was consigned from the collection of philanthropist George Rothman. Prior to the sale, Sotheby's director of jewellery, Gary Schuler, commented: "This diamond is the calibre of stone that is sure to generate early excitement in the global jewellery market this auction season."

Pear shaped flawless diamond The diamond is 'potentially internally flawless'

Selling for the exact same sum at the auction was a pear-shaped diamond weighing 15.10 carats, flanked by two smaller 2.00 carat diamonds and mounted to a platinum band. It was accompanied by an original working diagram stating that the diamond may be potentially internally flawless.

On October 7, Sotheby's will welcome two extremely important diamonds to its Hong Kong showrooms. An 118.2 carat white diamond is expected to see $25m-30m, while the world's largest fancy blue diamond - The Premier Blue - may set a record per-carat price.

For more of the latest on jewellery sales, sign up for our free weekly newsletter.

Share on social media
Write a response...

The bookmarklet lets you save things you find to your collections.

Note: Make sure your bookmarks are visible.


Click and drag the Collect It button to your browser's Bookmark Bar.

collect it