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Final Price: RMB 2,800,000
Property of an important family
Each set with a cushion-shaped sapphires weighing 13.49 and 12.36 carats respectively， to a diamond cluster set with pear-shaped diamonds， diamonds weighing 9.5 carats in total， all mounted in 18K gold， ear pendants approximately 2.8 cm long
Signed Winston for Harry Winston
GRS， 2019， report no. GRS2019-057581， 12.36 and 13.49 carats， Sri Lanka and Burma (Myanmar)， no indications of thermal treatment， GRS type ‘royal blue’
Reminiscent of the color of the sea and the sky， blue sapphires have been signifying an elegant temperament of loyalty， faithfulness， love and honesty， as well as supreme power. It has been gaining
admiration from royal families over the years worldwide.
The mesmerizing ‘royal blue’ is deep yet bright， vivid， and so highly saturated that it is impossible to mimic in printing or on screen. The center stone of this piece is a 124.10 carat sapphire from Burma， which is one of the most extraordinary examples of such quality. Remarkably， the stone has not gone through any heat treatment to enhance its color and clarity， a quality that marks its rareness and extremely high market value， stranding out from all its peers.
GIA has also developed a Monograph for the stone titled “The 124.10 ct Burmese Sapphire’， stating that “this stone’s clarity， size， color saturation， and lack of treatment is exceedingly rare even for the finest sapphire...the 124.10ct Burmese Sapphire achieved the pinnacle of quality.”
The item is held under the bonded status， please check the NOTICE ON AUCTION OF BONDED LOTS in this catalogue for details.