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14KT Yellow Gold Pearl and Diamond Choker

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  Lot #473  (Sale Order: 473 of 548)  
Sold for: $6,500.00 to onsite
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ESTIMATE: $25,250.00-$33,620.00. One electronically tested 14KT yellow gold ladies cast & assembled akoya cultured pearl and diamond choker. The twelve inch wearable length choker features a one and one-quarter inch wide four row akoya cultured pearl ribbon with four 14KT yellow gold diamond spacer bars, terminating in a 14KT yellow gold plunger style clasp. Bright polish finish. Condition is good. Containing: 160 akoya cultured pearls, 6.5mm in size to 7.0mm in size. The pearls are cream rose' in color with a high luster, thick nacre, all round, lightly spotted with good uniformity Graded in the setting. Akoya Cultured Pearls are farmed in the ocean waters around the countries of Japan and China. In Japan the main culturing areas are near Ehime, Kumamoto, and Nagasaki. In China, the main culturing areas are Hainan Island, Chenghai Guangdong, and Liusha Zhangjiang. Liusha is known in China as the Country of Akoya Pearls. The Akoya oyster Pinctada Fucata Martensii is the smallest pearl-producing oyster. The cultured pearl is produced by inserting a nuclei and a small piece of mantle tissue into the oyster. Akoya pearls tend to range in size from about 4 to 8 millimeters and consistently are round and or near-round. The Akoya pearl takes from two to three years to form. Akoya pearls are the pearls most often used in necklaces. They are generally white or cream colored, and have overtones of rose, pink, cream, and or green. The development of the modern pearl culturing technique is due to the work of one man, Kokichi Mikimoto who began work on this idea in the late 19th century. The Japanese Akoya cultured pearl became the first pearl to be cultured in a steady reliable production. Forty-Two channel set baguette cut diamonds, measuring from 4.40 x 2.30 x 1.61mm (depth est.) to 4.60 x 2.50 x 1.75mm (depth est.) approximate total weight of 42 Stones = 6.97ct. Graded in the setting. Clarity: VVS-2 to VS-2. Color: F - H. Total Weight of Diamonds 6.97ct. Total Weight of Choker121.73 grams. AIG Appraised at $33,620.00.

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This item is part of SAA Mid-Week Madness! Jewelry and More!
 Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018 | 6:00 AM  Pacific

14KT Yellow Gold Pearl and Diamond Choker
14KT Yellow Gold Pearl and Diamond Choker
Lot number: 473
Seller: Seized Assets Auctioneers
Event: SAA Mid-Week Madness! Jewelry and More!
Ends: Wednesday, February 14 | 6:00 AM  Pacific

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