Emerald-Cut and Marquise Style Diamond Designs Highlight Intervendue’s Joy of Jewelry SaleAug 16, 2022 14:00 EDT
Emerald-cut diamonds trace their origins to the 1500s. Back then, emerald stonecutters used the linear step-cutting style for shaping the stone. Soon, diamond cutters too adopted the emerald style since the linear technique reduced the risk of damage to the stone. A 4.0-carat emerald-cut diamond ring is a key highlight of the upcoming Joy of Jewelry sale, offered by Intervendue. With its rectangular design, the elongated centerpiece exhibits flashes of light called the “Hall of Mirrors” effect. This ring is GIA certified and comprises diamonds weighing 1.50 carats mounted on 18-karat white and rose gold. Another noteworthy lot is a pair of platinum chandelier earrings set with 150 marquise-cut diamonds weighing around 59 carats. The diamond is named after Marquise de Pompadour, the chief mistress of King Louis XV. The king had commissioned a jeweler to design a stone that perfectly resembled the shape of her lips.
A Paris Hilton Mystery watch fashioned in 18-karat rose gold also leads the listings. The timepiece features diamonds weighing approximately 10 carats mounted on the 50mm case, bezel, and lugs. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.
# of Lots:420
Price Range:$100 - $105,000
Interesting lots include:
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|4.00 Ct GIA Certified Emerald Cut|| Estimate: |
|Platinum 59.00 Ct. Diamond Chandelier Earrings|| Estimate: |
|18K & Silver Top Diamond Snake Bangle|| Estimate: |
|Paris Hilton 18K Rose Gold Diamond Mystery Watch|| Estimate: |
|18k Le Petit Prince Pendant Set|| Estimate: |