World’s rarest Kashmir Sapphire to go under hammer


Forget diamonds, if you have the moolah, woo the love of your life with the world’s rarest sapphire and your beloved will never be able to say no! Offering you the opportunity to acquire this rare gem, Heritage Auctions will be auctioning this fine piece of jewelry in their April 30 Fine Jewelry Auction. The stone in question is a gorgeous, 8.99 carat Kashmir Sapphire, set in a beautiful diamond, platinum ring, AGL certified. This Kashmir sapphire is expected to fetch way over $250,000 at the auction.

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‘Kashmir is the rarest sapphire and the mine is all mined out. What makes this particular sapphire even more impressive is that the color is natural. There has been no color enhancement or treatment done. The sapphire is accompanied by an AGL certificate stating: ‘Kashmir, No Heat, and it’s spectacular’ says Jill Burgum, Director of Fine Jewelry at Heritage. This auction is sure to have the lovers of fine jewelry battle each other out when it comes to bidding, as there is yet another smaller 4.86 carat Kashmir Sapphire, Diamond, White Gold Ring, No heat, which carries a pre-auction estimate of $60,000+!
While there are various other jewels like diamond and platinum rings that are expected to catch the fancy of the bidders, it is these two rare pieces that promise to be the highlights of this auction> watch his space to know the winning bid as well as the lucky owner of these priceless jewels.
[Heritage Auctions and Art Daily]

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