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Estate Of A Prominent Tiffany & Company Rare Jewelry Collector Emerald & Diamond Platinum Necklace AGL Report 99267/005071

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Estate #99267 Box # 005071

Tiffany & Company

Tsarina Collection Diamond & Emerald Necklace

Platinum and 18k Yellow Gold 125 grams

Diamonds 36.19 cttw

333 Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds

80 Marquise Brilliant Cut Diamonds

3 Pear Brilliant Cut Diamonds

Color F and Carity VVS1-VS1

(8) Emerald Cut Emeralds 9.97 cttw

Color Very Good

AGL Report #1125709

Country Of Origin Zambia

Tiffany Box

Paperwork/Certificate:- This necklace comes with original Tiffany & Co receipt for service, cleaning and polishing dated October 2015.

Also an appraisal report from Gemological Appraisal Laboratory of America Inc.

The Tiffany & Co necklace having been inspected by a GIA Graduate Appraiser grading the Tiffany & Co necklace with a valuation of $425,000.00.

Signatures & Marks:- The necklace is signed " Tiffany & Co." "PT950" "750" Approx.

Measurements:- Length of necklace 16 inches. Width of necklace 15mm graduating down to 11mm. Approx. overall weight 125grams.

Condition:- This Tiffany & Co necklace is in excellent condition. The necklace was serviced, cleaned and polished at Tiffany & Co and comes with original Tiffany & Co service receipt dated October 15th 2015 ~ This Tiffany & Co Emerald and Diamond Necklace comes from a private collection, it was kept in a vault and was seldom worn.

This particular design Tiffany & Co Tsarina Platinum Emerald Diamond necklace is one of a kind.

This Prominent Collector was an avid collector of Tiffany Studios,

Fine Art, Jewelry & Silver Vertu.

His love for collecting Tiffany Studios Lamps and metal-ware came from his time working as a highly noted realtor in New York City.

He sold properties to several prominent celebrities and entertainers

throughout his life.

While in New York, This Prominent collector worked for Harry Helmsley, an American real estate billionaire whose company, Helmsley-Spear, became one of the country's largest property holders, owning the Empire State Building and many of New York's most prestigious hotels.

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