Jewellery, Watches, Antiquities and Objects of Vertu (15 September 2020)

Date of Auction: 15th September 2020

Unsold

Estimate: £16,000 - £18,000

A pair of Columbian emerald and diamond pendant earrings, by David Jerome, set throughout with twelve oval mixed-cut emeralds, each earring with a trefoil-shaped terminal supporting a fringe of pear-cut diamonds below, suspended from two vertically set emeralds between star-shaped diamond spacers, mounted in white precious metal and with post fittings, the butterfly fittings signed ‘David Jerome’ and stamped ‘18ct gold (750)’, total emerald weight 5.65 carats, total diamond weight 2.93 carats, accompanied by a WGI Report. £16,000-£18,000

Footnote

The emeralds are all cut from the same large rough emerald crystal purchased personally by the maker/designer, direct from the Chivor mine in Columbia, hence they are all perfectly matched in colour and quality.


The World Gemological Institute Grading Report,
no. WG19624111377, dated 23rd July 2018, confirms the emerald weight totals 5.65 carats; the emeralds are natural, with indication of light oiling, and states one emerald is not treated.