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The sautoir necklace designed by Cartier London in 1926 with distinct features of the Art Deco period is considered as a fine example of the geometric creations of this period
The three-piece seed pearl jewelry suite, consisting of a necklace and two identical bracelets, was designed by Tiffany & Co. of New York, who were also commissioned in 1861 to design a presentational pitcher, for the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln.
The necklace designed by Cartier London in 1937 as an appropriate setting to suspend the historic Andean Cross, was purchased by Tin King Simon Patino in 1938 for his wife Albina
The necklace designed by Van Cleef & Arpels in 1929 and modified in 1937, was purchased by Princess Faiza, sister of King Farouk of Egypt in 1947
14.82-carat, pear-shaped, VS1 clarity, fancy vivid orange diamond sold for a record US$ 35.5 million at Christie's Geneva Magnificent Jewels sale, setting a world record price-per-carat for any diamond sold at an auction, and the highest price ever paid for an orange diamond at an auction
Cut from a 11-carat, brownish-orange rough diamond of South African origin by diamantaire William Goldberg himself, the 5.54-carat finished diamond was purchased by Ronald Winston for US$ 1.3 million, and christened the Pumpkin diamond, inspired by the fancy vivid orange color of the diamond.
The "DeYoung Red" diamond gets its name from the onetime owner of the diamond Sidney DeYoung, a jeweler from Boston, who later donated the diamond to Smithsonian's NMNH, at Washington DC
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