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(Alain Truong au beau mileu des tissus)(2010)(par philippe pelletier)(huile et acrylique sur toile)

A pair of heart-shaped Type IIa diamond ear pendants. Estimate: $300,000 – $500,000. Photo: Christie’s Images Ltd 2014

Each suspending a heart-shaped diamond pendant, weighing approximately 5.51 and 5.01 carats, to the modified square-cut diamond surmount, weighing approximately 3.03 and 3.01 carats, mounted in platinum and 18k white gold

With report 1149250145 4 June 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond, weighing approximately 5.51 carats, is D color, Internally Flawless clarity

Accompanied by a supplemental letter from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency. Type IIa diamonds were first identified as originating from India (particularly from the Golconda region) but have since been recovered in all major diamond-producing regions of the world. Among famous gem diamonds, the 530.20 carat Cullinan I and the 105.60 carat Koh-i-noor, are examples of Type IIa

With report 2146391509 dated 17 July 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond, weighing approximately 5.01 carats, is E color, Internally Flawless clarity

With report 2135746688 date 13 September 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond, weighing approximately 3.03 carats, is E color, VS1 clarity

With report 61337222075 dated 7 April 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond, weighing approximately 3.01 carats, is E color, VS1 clarity, with excellent polish and excellent symmetry

Christie’s. IMPORTANT JEWELS, 22 October 2014, New York, Rockefeller Plaza.