On 3 April, Sotheby’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite Spring Sale 2018, will offer exceptional and rare treasures that epitomise quality and artistry. Headlined by a superb jadeite bangle
estimated in excess of HK$80 million / US$10,230,000, the sale also offers an impressive 24.70 carat Burmese ruby, complemented by a special curation of show stopping earrings, classic period jewels, such as a rare Art Deco Egyptian revival bracelet by Van Cleef & Arpels from 1925, as well as other stylish and contemporary designer creations. Featuring over 280 lots, the sale is estimated in excess of HK$730 million / US$93.6 million*.
Jessica Wyndham, Head of Department, Jewellery, Sotheby’s Asia, comments, “We are so pleased to present such an exciting sale to the market – not only do we have some superb examples of jadeite, led by “The Circle of Heaven”, and coloured stones with our 24.70 carat unheated Burmese ruby, but also a wonderful selection of contemporary and vintage signed jewels. This sale is a standing testament to Sotheby’s strong position in the global jewellery market.”
Chin Yeow Quek, Deputy Chairman, Sotheby’s Asia, Chairman International Jewellery, Sotheby’s Asia, adds, “This season, Sotheby’s continues to bring the most fabulous jewels to Hong Kong for our most discerning jewellery connoisseurs and collectors, with an expansive offering across categories of diamonds, gemstones and jadeite.