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Christie’s June 7 Magnificent Jewels Sale

While the 126.76 ct. internally flawless “Light of Peace” diamond leads Christie’s upcoming Magnificent Jewels with an estimate between $10 million and $15 million, and Anne Eisenhower’s personal collection is another highlight, there are several additional not-to-be-missed pieces in the June 7 sale.

Salvador Dalí circa-1950 “Étoile de Mer” brooch (also pictured at top) in platinum and yellow gold with a cultured pearl, round and single-cut diamonds, round rubies, buff-top emeralds, and green-blue, brown, yellow, and orange round and single-cut diamonds.

Jar “shell” brooch from 1997 in 18k rose gold and silver with round diamonds and brown diamonds.

Chaumet art deco necklace (circa 1930) in platinum with 2.96 to 10.28 ct. emerald- and square-cut emeralds, 1.2 to 3.07 ct. emerald- and square-cut diamonds, and baguette- and tapered baguette-cut diamonds.

Van Cleef & Arpels ring (circa 1949) in platinum with round diamonds and a 2.87 ct. round brilliant-cut diamond.

Van Cleef & Arpels necklace and earring set (circa 1970) in yellow gold with ruby beads, reeded emerald beads, round emeralds, round-, old-, and single-cut diamonds, and black enamel.

Van Cleef & Arpels Mystery-Set bracelet (circa 1960) in platinum with calibre-cut sapphires, and baguette- and single-cut diamonds.

Ring in platinum with a 3.1 ct. fancy vivid blue cushion modified brilliant-cut diamond.

Necklace with detachable pendant in silver-topped gold with round, cushion, and pear-shape old-cut diamonds.

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