Christie’s Hong Kong spring sale will feature an 8.01-carat, fancy vivid blue, internally flawless diamond pendant necklace, estimated at between $18.5 million and $25 million, the auction house said.
The pear-shaped stone, which hangs below a circular-cut, 1.60-carat, fancy intense pink diamond, was designed by Moussaieff. A 0.35-carat white diamond is set between the two.
Other notable lots include an oval-shaped, 12.85-carat, fancy intense orangey-pink, VVS1 diamond ring, surrounded by a double layer of half-moon and triangular-shaped white diamonds, with a pre-sale estimate of $5.7 million to $8.3 million.
The Magnificent Jewels event will also feature a jadeite bead and diamond necklace as well as a lavender jadeite bead necklace, and an exclusive colored diamond bracelet created by Edmond Chin for the House of Boghossian.
Christie’s will sell the jewels at a live auction on May 29 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.