LOT 262: A RUBY, DIAMOND, CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD NECKLACE, GRAFF, CIRCA 1980
The single strand comprising thirty-eight dark grey cultured pearls measuring 8.6-8.9 mm, alternating with diamond-set rondelles, centering a pavé-set diamond shield-shaped plaque decorated with bezel-set oval and pear-shaped rubies, and calibré-cut ruby channels, mounted in 18k gold, signed Graff, length 16 1/2 inches
$45,000 — 60,000 CAD
$35,100 — 46,800 USD
€29,250 — 39,000 EUR
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