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    Diamond, Platinum Ring, Tiffany & Co.
    The ring centers a round brilliant-cut diamond measuring 6.64 - 6.70 x 4.08 mm and weighing 1.11 carats, flanked by round brilliant-cut diamonds measuring 5.35 - 5.37 x 3.22 and 5.37 - 5.40 - 3.25 mm and weighing a total of 1.13 carats, set in platinum, marked Tiffany & Co. Gross weight 6.80 grams.
    Size: 6 (sizeable)

    The ring is accompanied by three GIA reports

    # 10621647, dated May 5, 1999, stating D color, VS2 color, 1.11 carats
    # 10976338, dated March 9, 2000, stating D color, VS1 color, 0.56 carat
    # 10976265, dated March 10, 2000, stating D color, VS2 color, 0.57 carat

    Sale proceeds to benefit the San Diego Museum of Art

    Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000.

    Condition Report*: Diamonds:

    Certified Diamonds:
    Stone: 1
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 10621647
    Carat: 1.11
    Color: D
    Clarity: VS2
    Shape: Round Brilliant

    Stone: 2
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 10976338
    Carat: 0.56
    Color: D
    Clarity: VS1
    Shape: Round Brilliant

    Stone: 3
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 10976265
    Carat: 0.57
    Color: D
    Clarity: VS2
    Shape: Round Brilliant


    Overall Condition: Very Good
    Condition Notes: The ring is accompanied by a binder with a diamond certificate from Tiffany & Co for the center diamond. The ring is marked PT900 DC07613.
    Tiffany & Co.: Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902) founded the firm that bears his name in 1837. The boutique style business retailed stationery, silver, jewelry and objects d'art. With the growth of their jewelry interests, Tiffany soared. The company is credited with revolutionizing the jewelry industry by the invention of the open six-prong diamond setting. By 1907, the son of the founder, Louis Comfort Tiffany, rose to international attention for his profusion of the arts: painting, art glass and jewelry. As Tiffany & Company expanded, they offered select designers the ability to sign their pieces designed for the Tiffany & Co. brand; such as in 1955 Donald Claflin and Jean Schlumberger, in 1967 Angela Cummings, later Elsa Peretti in 1974 and most recently Paloma Picasso in 1980.

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    This lot is in: 1 - Signature® Floor Session (Live Floor, Live Phone, Mail, Fax, Internet, and Heritage Live):
    (Lots 55001-55456) - 10:00 AM Central Time, Sunday, December 8, 2019 (11:00 AM Eastern Time).
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    Additional Location Info:
    Ukrainian Institute of America at The Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion2 East 79th StreetNew York, NY 10075

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