300 lots of GIA-graded diamonds will hit the auction block in Bid Global International Auctioneers’ upcoming sale. Established in 1931, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) sets international standards on diamonds, jewels, and other stones. Each diamond in this event comes with a laser-inscribed GIA number on the girdle and a full GIA report certificate. Among the key lots is an 11.31-carat oval-cut diamond with D color and VVS1 clarity. According to the auction house, it is brand new and recently cut.
Those seeking loose gemstones will find a variety of styles in this auction, from a 14.01-carat heart-cut stone to oval and princess cuts. There are also several colored diamonds in the listings, including a purple-pink pear-cut diamond and a yellow-brown round-cut diamond. Interested bidders can view 3D spinning images and appraisal certificates from the Accredited Gemological Institute of New York City in each lot description. Find the full catalog and place a bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:300
Price Range:$5,000 - $1,150,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|11.31 ct, Color D/VVS1, Oval cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
|14.01 ct, Color D/VS1, Heart cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
|20.03 ct, Brn. Yellow/VS1, Round cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
|3.01 ct, Color D/FL, Square Emerald cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
|1.53 ct, Lt. Pink/VS1, Oval cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
|1.50 ct, Color G/VS1, Princess cut Diamond|| Estimate: |
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