LOT 233: A PAIR OF DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND GOLD EAR CLIPS,
SCHLUMBERGER, TIFFANY & CO.

These elegant ovoid curves are punctuated with diamonds that dazzle. The precisely graduated depths of the bezels and the sophisticated colour scheme evoke both a contemporary and a timeless look. Superb quality that you expect from Tiffany & Co., and a repeated motif from one of the most successful collaborations with celebrated designer, Jean Schlumberger.

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LOT 140: A LADY’S DIAMOND WRISTWATCH, CHAUMET

Superb Chaumet workmanship and design are clearly evident in this pleasing balance of practical use allied with special event magnetism — high quality diamonds glitter on each and every substantial link.

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LOT 200 A DIAMOND RING

The au courant style of an emerald-cut diamond has won the heart and mind of many a modern bride-to-be. This ring clearly extends the crisp linear shape beyond the primary gemstone with two bonus trilliants, all in a highly desirable F colour.

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Lot 404 Pair of Diamond Ear Clips.
Estimate: $190,000-220,000

IMPORTANT JEWELS AUCTION

JUNE 11, 2017

PREVIEW

Monday 29 May – Saturday 3 June
Monday 5 June – Saturday 10 June

Daily: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM (except Sat. until 4:00 PM)
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Duncan Parker, FGA, FCGmA, CAP (CJA), Vice Presidentduncan

Previously, director of research at Harold Weinstein Ltd., a leading and respected jewellery appraisal company, Duncan has advised innumerable clients on the disposition of personal jewellery. Duncan is a columnist and contributor for industry magazines and journals. He has been an instructor of the gemstone course at Ryerson University, the Gemmology courses of George Brown College and Canadian Gemmological Association as well as instructor Master Valuer Program with the Canadian Jewellers Association. A renowned expert, he speaks regularly at international gem and jewellery conferences and symposiums, as well as at less formal events. He has served as President of the Canadian Gemmological Association since 1995.