An important pair of ruby and diamond pendent earrings


An important pair of Burma 'pigeon blood red' ruby and diamond pendent earringsEstimate HK$ 6 million - 8 million (€710,000 - 940,000) © Bonhams.

Each oval-cut ruby, weighing 4.20 and 4.18 carats, within a pear-shaped diamond surround, suspended from a cluster of similarly cut diamonds accented by brilliant-cut diamonds,diamonds approximately 18.80 carats, maker's marks, length 5.6cm, cased

Accompanied by a SSEF report stating that the natural rubies are 'pigeon blood red', have no indication of heat treatment and originate from Burma (Myanmar). Also accompanied by a premium appendix stating that the inclusions found in the stone represent the hallmarks of the rubies from Mogok valley in Burma (Myanmar). Report number 79103, dated 10 March 2015.

Accompanied by a Gubelin report stating that the 4.20ct natural ruby has no indication of heat treatment and originates from Burma (Myanmar). They may also be called 'pigeon blood red' in the trade. Report number 13116135, dated 22 November 2013.

Accompanied by two GRS reports stating that the natural rubies have no indication of heat treatment, originate from Burma (Myanmar) and the rubies are of vivid red 'pigeon's blood' colour. Report numbers GRS2013-101073 and GRS2012-061225, dated 11 November 2013 and 16 June 2012.