Paris sale offers €25,000 'important' 1960s diamond and emerald necklace
Paris sale offers 25,000 'important' 1960s diamond and emerald necklace
Round diamonds and white gold are the order of the day at Pierre Berg & Associs upcoming auction
A 'remarkable and important' necklace is among the highlights in Pierre Berg & Associs upcoming auction in Paris on November 10.
Boasting brilliant round diamonds weighing approximately 33 carats (though missing two), the necklace's stones are mounted on white gold in a floral design.
This 1960s dimond and emerald necklace is the sale's top lot
Alongside the diamonds are seven emeralds (about 25 to 30 carats) clasped in kitten claws. According to the lot notes, the necklace's central motif can be removed and worn as a lapel clip.
Dated to the 1960s, the necklace weights a total of 101.7g and will appear in the Paris auction with an estimate of 22,000-25,000.
Also appearing is this white gold right with three round diamonds
Another highlight in the sale is a ring with three round diamonds on a white gold mount, also in kitten claws. The diamonds weigh 1.01, 1.05 and 1.16 carats.
The piece is for sale with EGL Certificates and a 5,800-7,000 estimate.