Palm Beach Modern Auctions
Live Auction

Modern + Contemporary Art, Design & Luxury

Sat, Apr 23, 2022 12:00PM EDT
Lot 253b

18K Gold, Diamond & Akoya Pearl Puzzle Estate Necklace

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

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Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: maker unknown
Marking(s); notes: no marking(s) apparent
Country of origin; materials: Japan; Japanese Akoya pearl, diamond, 18K gold
Dimensions (H, W, D): pearls (full strand): 41"l; gold chain (including clasp) 25.5"l; 43.3 grams total weight
Additional Information: Necklace/bracelet set has interchangeable elements including an 18K yellow gold chain and three strands of 9 to 9.5mm cultured Akoya pearls ranging in shade from cream to rose to greenish. Screw clasp has an estimated total of 4.75 carats brilliant diamonds judged SI2 I1 clarity and H-I color. Lot includes five additional individual pearls. This lot has been inspected by a Certified Appraiser, and the grading system is that used by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

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pearls: very well matched, high luster, few dings or blemishes; gold: very good, little to no wear; diamond clasp: very good

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