$38 Million Unique Pink Diamond Could Fetch at Sotheby’s Auction
An uncommon and excellent favor clear pink precious stone could earn as much as $38 million when it goes available to be purchased in Geneva one month from now.
The 15.38-carat pear-molded “Unique Pink Diamond” will lead Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels spring deal in Geneva on May 17, where it’s relied upon to offer in the scope of $28 million to $38 million. It will be the biggest favor Unique Pink Diamond pear-molded precious stone at any point offered at closeout, as indicated by the sale house. Notwithstanding being given the most grounded immersion conceivable from the Gemological Institute of America, the Unique Pink likewise was observed to be Type IIa, showing “exceedingly unadulterated structure.”
The monograph composed by the GIA for the stone states, “It is astoundingly uncommon for any normal jewel to uncover favor distinctive pink shading, however for one of 15.38 carats to display such tone and immersion is shocking.” The harsh precious stone that yielded the Unique Pink was cut and cleaned by Cora International. Sotheby’s as of now holds the sale records for blue, pink, yellow, green and drab precious stones.
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The world sale record for any pink precious stone was set by the Unique Pink Diamond, a 24.78-carat emerald-cut favor exceptional pink jewel that sold at Sotheby’s Geneva in November 2010 for $46.2 million, or $1.9 million for each carat. The world sale record and record cost per carat for any jewel or gemstone, in the interim, right now is held by the Blue Moon of Josephine. The 12.03-carat pad formed favor clear blue jewel sold for $48.5 million, or $4 million for every carat, at Sotheby’s Geneva in November.