MAY 2021 SALE OF
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
EXCEPTIONAL FINE JEWELS
Luxeford’s Spring Fine Jewels Silent Auction was held on 13th May 2021. We are delighted to have received the support from our customers and industry professionals alike at the auction.
The sale had collectively featured over different kinds of jewels, including significant selection of precious gemstones, semi-precious gemstones, natural conch and clam pearls and colored diamonds, along with other signed pieces Adler, Bulgari, Cartier, Chow Tai Fook, Graff, Kat Florence, M.Gerard, Mario Buccellati, Nanis, and Tiffany & Co. Beginning with lot 2983, the important unheated oval-cut Kashmir sapphire ring with a wonderful intense color saturation weighing approximately 1.50 carats, flanked by old European-cut diamonds sold for HK$228,000. Lot 2972, an extremely rare red beryl and diamond ring by Kat Florence. Red beryl is often known as “red emerald”, with only three known locations can be found. Only a modest amount of gem quality specimens can be faceted as gems, it is extremely rare to get a rough deposit more than 3 carats, and that was sold as HK$81,600. Colombian emerald is well known for it’s rich green hue and distinctive features, yet minerals from Brazil had gradually earn their position in the industry, lot 2948 an octagon-shaped emerald cut 5.24 carats set with two asscher-cut diamonds 2.05 carats in total sold as HK$126,000. Other lots featured in our sale included lot 2978 an unheated Mozambique ruby ring with the total weight 6.77 carats natural royal red rubies of vivid saturation, lot 2947 the pear-shaped colored fancy intense yellow diamond ring 5.04 carats and a 20.50 carats conch pearls pendant necklace were successfully sold at auction.
Our Head of Jewelry Asia, Mr. Edmond Chan, would like to thank everyone for joining us in this exciting event. We appreciate your continuous support and involvement. We hope to see your lovely faces again soon and also invite you to share our success by consigning with us this upcoming Luxeford’s Hong Kong November Sale.
SALE OF FINE JEWELS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESENTING: A SALE OF FINE JEWELS
THURSDAY, 13TH MAY, 2021
PRIVATE VIEWING: 4TH TO 13TH MAY, 2021
VENUE: LUXEFORD HONG KONG LIMITED
LOCATION: SUITE 3015, CONVENTION PLAZA APARTMENTS
1 HARBOUR ROAD, WAI CHAI, HONG KONG
Mr. Edmond Chan, the Head of Jewelry Asia at Luxeford: It is great pleasure to present our spring selection that truly reflects the intensity and excitement that we have been anticipating. We are thrilled to feature unique and exquisite showpieces that exhibit top-tier craftsmanship and superlative gemstones in our upcoming auction on Thursday, 13th May in Hong Kong.
Among the rarest colored diamonds existing in the world today, there are the blues and the pinks. Because of their marvelous glamor and noteworthy scarcity, these diamonds are both intriguing and highly valued. Important historic diamonds such as the Blue Moon or the Martian Pink have contributed tremendously to increase the publicity and fascination of colored diamonds. Such diamonds have undergone a miraculous geological journey to manifest its true beauty before our eyes. Lot 2985, a very important pair of colored diamond and diamond ear pendants, suspending a fine 6.29 carats light blue VS2 and 5.10 carats light pink VVS1 pear-shaped diamonds, both of excellent polish and symmetry, embellished by the inverted 1.19 carats D/VVS1 and 1.06 carats D/Internally Flawless Type Ia pear-shaped diamond surmounts of excellent polish and symmetry, which is expecting to fetch an impressive HK$7,800,000. Another notable mention is Lot 2981, an important colored diamond and diamond ring set with a vibrant 3.03 carats fancy vivid yellowish orange VS2 heart-shaped diamond, surrounded by lovely pear-shaped diamonds, this beauty has a pre-sale estimate of HK$3,800,000.
Jadeite can doubtlessly considered one of the most lavish gems in the world and simultaneously be one of the least understood. The inscrutable gem is believed to bless the wearers with longevity, health and wealth. Featuring Lot 2967, a well-carved highly translucent jadeite peapod pendant of brilliant emerald green color (Imperial Green), equipped with an open-back mounting, this pendant is valued at HK$1,350,000. Lot 2966, a resplendent jadeite and diamond ring, elegantly set with a high-domed oval highly translucent jadeite cabochon of vivid emerald green color that radiates a conspicuous glow, valued at HK$1,250,000.
With spring in the air, our focal point casts light upon our dazzling gemstone jewelry collection. Spotlighting Lot 2955, a burning Burmese pigeon’s blood ruby and diamond ring, this untreated oval-cut 5.00 carats ruby is highlighted by two trilliant-cut diamonds and is expected to fetch HK$500,000. Lot 2968, a very rare Russian emerald and diamond ring, set with an approximately 13.66 carats heart-shaped emerald, estimated at HK500,000. Another notable mention is Lot 2964, a pair of Art Deco sapphire and diamond double clips made in 1935 that showcase true antique craftsmanship, valued at HK$150,000.
Further items of interest include Lot 2973, a flashy diamond necklace/bracelet by Tiffany & Co., comprising five rows of glistening brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total of 65.00 carats, estimated at HK$420,000. Lot 2963, a masterly crafted Art Deco diamond pendant necklace by Cartier, estimated at HK$300,000. Lot 2984, a striking vivid yellow diamond and diamond flower brooch by Graff, estimated at HK$180,000. Other signed pieces include Bulgari, Mario Buccellati, Chow Tai Fook and more for those who are looking to elevate their style.