NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle's auction of Important Jewelry on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 10am will offer exquisite jewelry by the world’s most prestigious makers. Highlighting the auction is an Edwardian ring set with two dazzling blue diamonds. Property from the Estate of Edythe Meyers, the circa 1915 ring was acquired in the 1930s by her father, John Delano Coventry, a prosperous immigrant from Scotland. The ring features a marquise-shaped Fancy Intense Blue diamond, approx. .92 carats, VS1 clarity, and a pear-shaped Fancy Vivid Blue, approx. .86 carats, VS2 clarity (est. $200,000-300,000).
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Auction Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 10am
Exhibition April 13 - 16
Platinum, Fancy Intense and Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond and Diamond Ring
Centering one marquise-shaped Fancy Intense Blue diamond approximately .92 ct., and one pear-shaped Fancy Vivid Blue diamond approximately .86 ct., within a delicate pierced frame of 32 old European-cut diamonds approximately .65 ct., circa 1915. Size 3 1/2.
With GIA report no. 2205008340 stating that the marquise-shaped diamond is Fancy Intense Blue, natural color, VS1 clarity.
With GIA report no. 2201008370 stating that the pear-shaped diamond is Fancy Vivid Blue, natural color, VS2 clarity.
C The Estate of Edythe Meyers