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A Magnificent Emerald and Diamond Necklace, by Cartier
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A MAGNIFICENT EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY CARTIER\nSet with twelve octagonal and hexagonal-cut emeralds, weighing a total of approximately 108.74 carats, with twin old European-cut diamond spacers, weighing a total of approximately 59.36 carats, mounted in gold collets with heart-shaped galleries, 1937, modified at a later date to create the pair of earrings en suite (lot 214), 45.0 cm\nBy Cartier, no. E 6992 A\nAccompanied by Premium Report no. 69531 dated 22 August 2013 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that the 12 emeralds are of Colombian origin, 8 with indications of minor oil, 4 with no indications of clartiy modification, and an Appendix Letter for an 'Exceptional Emerald Necklace' indicating that 'The described necklace is very impressive in its classic design and contains twelve natural emeralds alternating with colourless diamonds of remarkable size. The emeralds for this necklace have been carefully selected and exhibit an attractive and highly matching green colour combined with a fine purity.'
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brand

Cartier

title

A MAGNIFICENT EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY CARTIER

prelot

JEWELS FROM THE PATIÑO COLLECTION

PROPERTY OF AN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN COLLECTOR

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Accompanied by Premium Report no. 69531 dated 22 August 2013 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that the 12 emeralds are of Colombian origin, 8 with indications of minor oil, 4 with no indications of clartiy modification, and an Appendix Letter for an 'Exceptional Emerald Necklace' indicating that 'The described necklace is very impressive in its classic design and contains twelve natural emeralds alternating with colourless diamonds of remarkable size. The emeralds for this necklace have been carefully selected and exhibit an attractive and highly matching green colour combined with a fine purity.'

keywords

Cartier, 1930s, Jewelry, necklace, diamond, emerald

department

JEWELRY

literature

H. Nadelhoffer, Cartier : Jewelers Extraordinary, Harry N. Abrams Publishers, 1984, New York, p. 241 (illustrated in its original form, suspending the emerald cross of HRH Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain)


*Note that the price is not recalculated to the current value, but refers to the actual final price at the time the product was sold.

*Note that the price is not recalculated to the current value, but refers to the actual final price at the time the product was sold.


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