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 Lot 2049. pair of 21.66 and 20.67 carat Burmese ‘Royal Blue’ sapphire and diamond ear pendants, by Adler. Estimate HKD 12,000,000 - 18,000,000 (USD 1,529,496 - 2,294,244). Unsold. © Poly Auction

Each suspending a detachable oval-shaped sapphire weighing 21.66 and 20.67 carats, to the cluster surmount set with marquise-and pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18K gold, approximately 4.70 cm long. 

Accompanied by report no. 18037227/ 1&2 dated 6 March 2018 from the Gubelin stating that the 21.66 carat and 20.67 carat sapphires are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating, one sapphire is called royal blue.

Also accompanied by an appendix letter stating that the pair of natural sapphires described in the above mentioned Gubelin Gem Lab report posesses a richly saturated and homogenous color, combined with a high degree transparency, and finely proportioned cut.

Also accompanied by a report no. 98608 dated 5 March 2018 from the SSEF stating that the 20.67 and the 21.67 are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating. 

Accompanied by report no. 18037227/ 1&2 dated 6 March 2018 from the Gubelin stating that the 21.66 carat and 20.67 carat sapphires are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating, one sapphire is called royal blue Also accompanied by an appendix letter stating that the pair of natural sapphires described in the above mentioned Gubelin Gem Lab report posesses a richly saturated and homogenous color, combined with a high degree transparency, and finely proportioned cut Also accompanied by a report no. 98608 dated 5 March 2018 from the SSEF stating that the 20.67 and the 21.67 are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating. 

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Lot 2177. A pair of 10.06 and 10.02 carats, D color, Type IIa diamond ear pendants, by Harry Winston. Estimate HKD 12,000,000 - 18,000,000 (USD 1,529,496 - 2,294,244). Lot sold 14,375,000 HKD (1,879,312) © Poly Auction

Each suspending a pear-shaped diamond weighing 10.06 and 10.02 carats respectively, to vari-shaped diamond cluster surmount, mounted in 18K gold, approximately 4.6 cm long. Cluster signed HW for Harry Winston. 

Accompanied by report no. 2135419756 dated 3 June 2011 from GIA stating that the 10.06 carat diamond is D color, VS1 claity. 

Also accompanied by a GIA appendix letter stating that the 10.06 carat Pear Brilliant diamond described in GIA Diamond Grading Report No. 2135419756 has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency. 

Accompanied by report no. 1132417908 dated 10 June 2011 from GIA stating that the 10.02 carat diamond is D color, VVS2 clarity.

Also accompanied by a GIA appendix letter stating that the 10.02 carat Pear Brilliant diamond described in GIA Diamond Grading Report No. 1132417908 has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency.

Accompanied by report no. 2135419756 dated 3 June 2011 from GIA stating that the 10.06 carat diamond is D color, VS1 claity Also accompanied by a GIA appendix letter stating that the 10.06 carat Pear Brilliant diamond described in GIA Diamond Grading Report No. 2135419756 has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency Accompanied by report no. 1132417908 dated 10 June 2011 from GIA stating that the 10.02 carat diamond is D color, VVS2 clarity Also accompanied by a GIA appendix letter stating that the 10.02 carat Pear Brilliant diamond described in GIA Diamond Grading Report No. 1132417908 has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency

HARRY WINSTON KING OF DIAMONDS
Labelled the ‘King of Diamonds’, Harry Winston has long been praised as one of the most knowledgeable and passionate collectors of the finest gems in the world. Harry Winston’s expertise in diamonds became the lifeline of the House of Winston’s iconic silhouette. His diamonds were often praised for “going beyond the four Cs” and as he eloquently put it: “A good diamond, however small, is a possession to be prized for generations.” Although nature determines the characteristics of a piece of diamond rough, the hands of the master cutter release its fire and brilliance. Harry Winston diamonds are cut and polished to maximize their beauty—even though such a strict standard requires sacrificing much more of a rough diamond’s weight.

 

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Lot 2113. A 28.28 carat no oil Colombian emerald and diamond necklace, by Van Cleef & ArpelsEstimate HKD 12,000,000 - 15,000,000 (USD 1,529,496 - 1,911,675). Lot sold 13,225,000 HKD (1,728,967). © Poly Auction

The pendant set with a detachable cushion-shaped emerald weighing 28.28 carats, framed by circular-cut and marquise-shaped diamonds, suspending from a necklace set with brilliant-cut, and marquise-shaped diamonds, diamonds altogether weighing 76.70 carats, mounted in 18K gold, pendant length approximately 5.50 cm, necklace length approximately 41.30 cm. Signed Van Cleef & Arpels no. 87448.

Accompanied by report no. 97618 dated 22 January 2018 from SSEF stating that the 28.288 carat emerald is of Colombia origin, with no indications of clarity modification in fissures.

Also acconpanied by report no. 1090140 dated 24 January 2018 from AGL stating that the 28.28 carat emerald is of Colombia origin, with no clarity enhancement.

Accompanied by report no. 97618 dated 22 January 2018 from SSEF stating that the 28.288 carat emerald is of Colombia origin, with no indications of clarity modification in fissures Also acconpanied by report no. 1090140 dated 24 January 2018 from AGL stating that the 28.28 carat emerald is of Colombia origin, with no clarity enhancement.

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Lot 2035. A total 30.35 carat Burmese ruby necklace, by Harry WinstonEstimate HKD 10,800,000 - 12,000,000 (USD 1,376,406 - 1,529,340). Unsold. © Poly Auction

Set with nine rubies weighing 30.35 carats, each surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds, spaced by pear-shaped diamonds, joined to a necklace set with pear-shaped and brilliant-cut diamonds, necklace length 40.5 cm, the front detachable and can be worn as a bracelet approximately 18.15 cm long, mounted in platinum. with maker’s mark Jacques Timey for Harry Winston. 

Accompanied by report no. 98613 dated 5 March 2018 from the SSEF stating that the nine rubies are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, the color of some of the rubies may also be called ‘pigeon blood red’ based on SSEF reference standard, with no indications of heating. 

Also accompanied by an appendix letter stating that.

Accompanied by report no. 18021064 dated 26 February 2018 from the Gubelin stating that the nine rubies are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating.

Accompanied by report no. 98613 dated 5 March 2018 from the SSEF stating that the nine rubies are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, the color of some of the rubies may also be called ‘pigeon blood red’ based on SSEF reference standard, with no indications of heating Also accompanied by an appendix letter stating that. Accompanied by report no. 18021064 dated 26 February 2018 from the Gubelin stating that the nine rubies are of Burma (Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating.

 

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Lot 2112. An important 7.46 carat Burmese ruby and diamond ring, by Van Cleef & Arpels. Estimate HKD 9,800,000 - 18,000,000 (USD 1,248,961 - 2,294,010)Lot sold 11,040,000 HKD (1,443,312 USD). © Poly Auction

Set with an oval-shaped ruby weighing 7.46 carats to a triangular-shape diamond on each side, mounted in 18K gold, ring size 7. Signed V.C.A. for Van Cleef & Arpels, no. 8019080. Accompanied by original VCA box. 

Accompanied by report no. 90352 dated 8 March 2017 from SSEF stating that the 7.46 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indication of heating. 

Also accompanied by and appendix to report no. 90352 stating that a natural ruby from Burma of this size and quality can be considered rare and exceptional. Accopanied by report no. 8085950 dated 20 March 2017 from AGL stating that the 7.46 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating. Accompanied by original VCA box Accompanied by report no. 90352 dated 8 March 2017 from SSEF stating that the 7.46 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indication of heating Also accompanied by and appendix to report no. 90352 stating that a natural ruby from Burma of this size and quality can be considered rare and exceptional Accopanied by report no. 8085950 dated 20 March 2017 from AGL stating that the 7.46 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating.

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Lot 2048. A 7.06 carat Burmese ‘pigeon blood’ ruby and diamond ring.  Estimate HKD 9,800,000 - 15,000,000 (USD 1,248,961 - 1,911,675). Unsold. © Poly Auction

Set with an oval-shaped ruby weighing 7.06 carats, each side flanked by a fancy-shaped diamond, mounted in 18K gold, ring size 6. 

Accompanied by report no. 94928 dated 28 August 2017 from SSEF stating that the 7.062 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, SSEF “pigeon blood red” color, with no indications of heating. 

Also accompanied with an appendix letter no. 94928 stating that the described ruby exhibits remarkable size and weight of 7.062 carat, combined with an attractive and saturated red color and a fine purity. 

Accompanied by report no. 17067083 dated 19 June 2017 from Gubelin stating that the 7.06 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating. 

Also accompanied with an information sheet to report no, 17067083 titled “Rubies from Mogok, Burma”.

Accompanied by report no. GRS2017-071995 dated 18 July 2017 from GRS stating that the 7.06 carat ruby is of Burma (Mogkok, Myanmar) origin, with no indication of thermal treatment.

Accompanied by report no. 94928 dated 28 August 2017 from SSEF stating that the 7.062 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, SSEF “pigeon blood red” color, with no indications of heating Also accompanied with an appendix letter no. 94928 stating that the described ruby exhibits remarkable size and weight of 7.062 carat, combined with an attractive and saturated red color and a fine purity Accompanied by report no. 17067083 dated 19 June 2017 from Gubelin stating that the 7.06 carat ruby is of Burma(Myanmar) origin, with no indications of heating Also accompanied with an information sheet to report no, 17067083 titled “Rubies from Mogok, Burma” Accompanied by report no. GRS2017-071995 dated 18 July 2017 from GRS stating that the 7.06 carat ruby is of Burma (Mogkok, Myanmar) origin, with no indication of thermal treatment.

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Lot 2190. A highly important and fine jadeite and diamond ring. Estimate HKD 9,500,000 - 15,000,000 (USD 1,210,851 - 1,911,870)Lot sold 10,350,000 HKD (1,319,311 USD). © Poly Auction

Set with an oval jadeite cabochon of emerald green color with high translucency, dimensions approximately 24.23 x 19.90 x 8.12 mm, surrounded by brilliant-cut diamonds weighting 4.24 carats in total, to a circular-cut diamond shoulder, mounted in 18K gold, ring size 6 1/2

Accompanied by report no.KJ97712 dated 21 February 2018 from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone laboratory Limited stating that the jadeite tested is natural, known in the trade as “A Jade”

Accompanied by report no.KJ97712 dated 21 February 2018 from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone laboratory Limited stating that the jadeite tested is natural, known in the trade as “A Jade”. 

Note: The finest-quality jadeite, with its virtues displayed in this jadeite and diamond ring, is almost transparent with a vibrant emerald-green color. The color is pure and penetrating, a vivid hue with no hint of gray that looks bright and intensive even from a distance.

 

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Lot 2084. A very fine and important jadeite bangle. Estimate HKD 8,500,000 - 15,000,000 (USD 1,083,283 - 1,911,675). Unsold. © Poly Auction

The round bangle of emerald green color and high translucency, weighing 220.59 carats, inner diameter approximately 53.68mm, thickness 9.05mm.

Accompanied by report no. SJ160869 dated 24 November 2017 from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone laboratory Limited stating that the jadeite tested is natural, known in the trade as “A Jade”.

Accompanied by report no. SJ160869 dated 24 November 2017 from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone laboratory Limited stating that the jadeite tested is natural, known in the trade as “A Jade”.

"Lot 2084 is a very fine jadeite bangle with considerably large size of 220.59 carats, measuring 9.05mm thickness, inner diameter approximately 53.68mm. This jadeite bangle is a style thought to date back at least four thousand years, it resembles the circular shape for both outer and inner circles, resembling the most traditional styling of all jade jewelry. Though simplistic, it is considered the perfect form, and it has been expressed in both ancient poetry and modern pursuits. A smooth circle of jadeite wrapping the wrist is thought, even today, to bring peace and protection to its wearer. Jadeite bangles can be highly important pieces of jewelry. It is worthy of a family collection over generations." 

Poly Auction. Magnificent Jewels, 1 APRIL 2018 2:00PM, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong