Lot 630. A fine pair of Colombian emerald and diamond earpendants. Estimate HK$ 2,100,000 - 2,800,000 (€ 230,000 - 300,000). Photo: Bonhams.
Each set with an octagonal-cut emerald, weighing 3.67 and 3.16 carats, within a micro-pavé diamond and vari-cut diamond frame, suspended from an octagonal-cut emerald, weighing 1.50 and 1.76 carats, to the diamond-set frame; estimated total diamond weight 2.37 carats; mounted in platinum and 18k white gold; length 4.9cm
Accompanied by four SSEF reports stating the emeralds are of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity modification
Accompanied by four GRS reports stating the emeralds are of Colombian origin, with no enhanced clarity features present.
Accompanied by four appendices to GRS reports stating: These vividly saturated emeralds are reminiscent in hue of the varieties displaying the legendary colors found in the world renowned Muzo mines. They are formally described as "Muzo Green" and commonly known in the trade as "Old Mine" emeralds.