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    Description

    Lucida® Diamond, Platinum Ring, Tiffany & Co.
    The ring features a Lucida® diamond measuring 7.40 x 7.37 x 5.16 mm and weighing 2.12 carats, flanked by two Lucida® diamonds measuring 5.81 x 5.77 x 4.12 mm and 5.72 x 5.72 x 4.11 and weighing respectively 1.01 carats and 1.02 carats, set in platinum, marked Tiffany & Co. A GIA report #11800307, dated January 09, 2002, stating G color, VVS2 clarity, accompanies the center stone. GIA report # 11562551, dated January 16, 2002, and GIA report # 11588508, dated April 30, 2002, both stating G color, VVS1 clarity, accompany the side stones. Gross weight 8.70 grams.
    Size: 5-1/2 (sizeable)


    Estimate: $50,000 - $70,000.

    Condition Report*:

    Diamonds:

    Certified Diamonds:
    Stone: 1
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 11800307
    Carat: 2.12
    Color: G
    Clarity: VVS2
    Shape: Cut-Cornered Square Mixed Cut

    Stone: 2
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 11588508
    Carat: 1.02
    Color: G
    Clarity: VVS1
    Shape: Cut-Cornered Square Mixed Cut

    Stone: 3
    Lab: GIA
    Certification #: 11562551
    Carat: 1.01
    Color: G
    Clarity: VVS1
    Shape: Cut-Cornered Square Mixed Cut

    Metals:
    Platinum

    Overall Condition: Very Good
    Condition Notes: Marked © 2000 Tiffany & Co. Lucida ® PT 950 17385658 Pat 5970744 et al. Accompanied by a Tiffany & Co. Diamond Certificate and receipt.

    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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    Auction Info

    Proxy Bidding Ends
    December
    4th Monday 8:50 am CT
    Auction Dates
    December
    4th Monday
    Proxy Bidding Time Remaining
    14 Days 13h 2m 15s
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
    Lot Tracking Activity: 12
    Page Views: 363

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    25% on the first $250,000 (minimum $19), plus 20% of any amount between $250,000 and $2,500,000, plus 12% of any amount over $2,500,000 per lot.

    This lot is in: 1 - Signature® Floor Session (Live Floor, Live Phone, Mail, Fax, Internet, and Heritage Live):
    (Lots 55001-55365) - 9:00 AM Central Time, Monday, December 4, 2017 (10:00 AM Eastern Time).
    (Proxy bidding ends ten minutes prior to the session start time. Live Proxy bidding on Heritage Live starts 24 hours before the live session begins and continues through the session.)

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    Additional Location Info:
    Ukrainian Institute of America at The Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion2 East 79th StreetNew York, NY 10075

    Reserve Amount:
    $30,000
    Bid Protection
    w/ Buyer's Premium (BP) : $37,500.00 Minimum Next Bid: $30,000 ($37,500.00 w/ BP)