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antiques price guide, antiques priceguide, jewelry, , An Egyptian Revival gem set scarab brooch, circa 1900. Emeralds, sapphires, pearls, rubies and rose-cut diamonds in yellow gold, partially silver-topped. Note: The winged scarab was a sacred Egyptian symbol of rebirth.

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Diamond Engagement Gold Rings Jewellery For Sale : http://www.diamondfashionjewelleryrings.blogspot.co.uk/ Discover low prices, great savings and discounts on a wide selection of men's, women's and girl's jewellery all year round, with seasonal offers on fashion and luxury jewellery brands. https://www.facebook.com/Diamond.rings.jewellery

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THE PORTLAND ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND NATURAL PEARL TIARA. Designed as a series of twelve graduated cushion-shaped sapphire and old-cut diamond clusters to the openwork frame of diamond-set swag and husk motifs, embellished with bouton-shaped pearls and diamond line borders to the pear-shaped pearl finials and sapphire collet accents, mounted in silver and gold, Price Realized $1,188,239 Estimate $388,750 - $466,500

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Shreve & Co. - An antique sapphire and diamond ring, circa 1900. Centring a cushion mixed-cut sapphire, weighing approximately 6.90 carats, within a raised gallery of old European-cut diamonds and scrolled metal work; signed; mounted in platinum and 18k gold. #Shreve #antique #ring

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Often called the Rolls-Royce of greens at Cadillac prices, tsavorite a hundred times more rare than ‎emerald. It is also cleaner, more brilliant and not oiled or treated in any way. Although Tsavorite is the name usually associated with the darker green ‎garnet, there is no universally accepted standard that designates which shade of green qualifies a stone as ‎tsavorite. More @ www.multicolour.com and #gemstones

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from Mail Online

Flawless blue diamond, the most expensive gemstone in the world, sells at auction for £4m

Blue diamond ~ This is one of the rarest gems in the world - a 6.04 carat diamond that is fancy vivid blue color and has internally flawless clarity. The expensive stone was bought by a British jeweler for a record-breaking sum of almost £4 million at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong. The selling price makes it the most expensive gemstone in the world, per carat, sold at any auction. The flawless blue diamond fetched £650,000 per carat after intense bidding.

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