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    Aquamarine, Ruby, Gold Pendant-Brooch-Necklace
    The pendant-brooch features a pear-shaped aquamarine measuring 36.00 x 31.00 x 20.50 mm and weighing approximately 109.00 carats, accented by round-cut rubies, set in 14k pink and yellow gold, suspending from a 9k gold necklace with 14k gold clasps. Gross weight 70.47 grams.
    Necklace Length: 20 inches
    Pendant-Brooch Dimensions: 2 inches x 2 inches

    Condition Report*: Gem Type: Aquamarine, Ruby
    Gem Average Clarity: Fine
    Gem Shape: Pear-shaped, Round-cut
    Gem Count: 1 - 25
    Overall Condition: Very Good
    Notes: The chain is marked "9, 375", "EJLd", and has English hallmarks indicating 1955 and London. The rubies measure 1.40 mm.
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    9th-10th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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