Crème de la Crème Diamond Auction Offered by Bid Global International AuctioneersNov 08, 2020 10:00 EST
From Romans to modern-day romantics, diamonds have allured and captured the attention of many. Diamonds take around 900 million years to form and develop hundreds of miles below the Earth’s surface. This November, over 300 loose, highly-rated diamonds will go under Bid Global International Auctioneers’ hammer. A 15.38-carat round-cut diamond with a clarity of VS2 will lead the offerings. The gem’s grading report lists the cut, polish, and symmetry as “excellent.”
A faint pink, pear-cut diamond weighing 6.29 carats with Internally Flawless (IF) clarity is available in this auction. Originating in Australia, pink diamonds are still not well-understood by gemologists and are considered comparatively rare. Another notable emerald-cut diamond weighing 5.01 carats will be highlighted, as well as a radiant-cut, 4.02-carat stone. The latter has H color and VS1 clarity. All diamonds offered in the sale are certified by the Gemological Institute of America. The catalog is available for viewing and bidding exclusively on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:350
Price Range:$5000- $1,297,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|15.38 ct, D/VS2, Round cut Diamond. Appraised Value: $3,829,600||
|10.03 ct, G/VS1, Heart cut Diamond. Appraised Value: $1,668,700||
|6.29 ct, Faint Pink, IF, Pear cut Diamond. Appraised Value: $1,195,000||
|5.01 ct, D/FL, Emerald cut Diamond. Appraised Value: $1,187,300||
|4.02 ct, H/VS1, Radiant cut Diamond. Appraised Value: $158,200||
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