Colour Diamonds from the Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels

Colour diamond experts will be playing close attention to Christie’s Hong Kong Magnficent Jewels auction coming up on May 27.   The auction, the final one of the spring season will feature a vast array of different colour stones that are sure to dazzle.

Here are details for four colour diamond pieces scheduled to go under the hammer and expected to sell for over $1.5 million.

1.  A Magnificent Coloured Diamond And Diamond Ring

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One of the highlights of the auction, this pear-shaped Fancy Intense Pink diamond weighs in at 9.38 carats.   It is flanked by two smaller pear-shaped white diamonds and set on a ring made of platinum and 18-karat rose gold.   The piece is estimated to sell for as much as $8.4 million.

2.  A Rare Coloured Diamond Ring

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The centrepiece of this ring is an ultra-rare Fancy Intense Green diamond weighing 6.13 carats.   The piece features a brilliant-cut pink diamond surround mounted on 18-karat rose gold.   The ring is expected to sell for between $2.6 and $3.8 million.

3.  An Important Coloured Diamond and Diamond Pendant Necklace

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Mounted on platinum, this necklace features a 2.04-carat cushion-cut Fancy Intense Blue diamond and a 12.05-carat briolette diamond.   This 40 cm long piece is expected to sell for between $1.6 and $2.3 million.

4.  A Rare Coloured Diamond and Diamond Ring

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This platinum ring features a rectangular-shaped Orangy-Pink diamond weighing a total of 12.93-carats and flanked by marquise-cut diamond shoulders.   Produced by famed jeweller Harry Winston, the piece is expected to sell for between $1.6 and $2.6 million.

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