This Thursday, February 5, will mark Sotheby’s New York’s 2015 “Important Jewels” sale. The sale includes jewelry designs from the last 100 years, with styles varying from antique, to retro, to contemporary.
One of the highlighted pieces is a platinum ring featuring 14.78-carat oval-cut diamond, given a D color grade from the GIA — the highest color rating a diamond can get — as well as a VVS2 clarity grade. The dazzling jewel is flanked by two one-carat tapered baguette diamonds. It is estimated to fetch between $1.1 million to $1.5 million.
Also on the block are a 14-carat white gold and diamond ring, and a fancy orangy pink diamond and diamond-pendant necklace. These items have estimated prices of $575,000 to $675,000 and $425,000 to $475,000, respectively.
You can see the other jewels that are for sale, as well as more information about the auction, at Sotheby’s website here.
Courtesy of Architectural Digest and Sotheby’s