Palmiero Diamond and Beryl Ring and Baraka Necklace Highlight Intervendue AuctionOct 27, 2020 15:00 EDT
With its rich history of emerald mining and production, Colombia maintains a major global market for the green gemstone. According to an ancient Colombian legend, the Muisca god Are ended the immortality of a man and woman named Tena and Fura. However, Are later took pity and turned them into two cliffs. It is believed that, in the depths of the crag, Fura’s tears transformed into emeralds. A Victorian 18-karat gold and platinum Colombian emerald pendant is among the highlights of the upcoming jewelry auction, presented by Intervendue. Another noteworthy lot is an 18-karat yellow gold and platinum brooch, weighing 47.2 grams.
The auction also features a diamond and beryl ring by the Valenza-based Italian jewelry designer Palmiero. Emerald, aquamarine, and morganite gems are all varieties of beryl, a naturally occurring mineral. Another Italian piece on offer is Baraka’s 18-karat white and yellow gold choker. The sale also showcases a striking diamond and ruby ring. The gemstones are set in yellow gold. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:313
Price Range:$125- $30,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Victorian 18k & Platinum Colombian Emerald Diamond Pendant|| Estimate: |
|18k Yellow Gold Platinum Diamond Brooch|| Estimate: |
|Palmiero Diamond Beryl Ring|| Estimate: |
|18k Diamond Ruby Big Ring|| Estimate: |
|Baraka 18k Chocker|| Estimate: |