On November 26, Christie’s Hong Kong will host its Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels auction presenting over 300 pieces of fine jewellery estimated to fetch a total of about HK$720 million.

The sale is being headlined by three extremely rare Burmese unheated ruby pieces. The pieces include a pigeon’s blood red ruby and diamond necklace, expected to fetch upwards of HK$38 million, ruby and diamond chandelier earrings, estimated at above HK$15 million, and a 13.21 carat oval-shaped ruby and diamond ring, valued at more than HK$38 million.

Although the rubies take center stage, a sensational array of diamonds, coloured stones, natural pearls and jadeite jewellery will also offer up important pieces for keen collectors. A diamond necklace composed of all D-colour brilliant-cut diamonds is expected to achieve more than HK$56 million. A unique pair of natural pearl and diamond earrings named “The Empresses of the Orient” are also expecting upwards of HK$18 million.

Christie’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels
Date: November 26, 2013
Time: Preview and exhibition from 10:30am-6pm, auction at 1:30pm
Venue: Grand Hall, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai

Tags: Hong Kong, Diamonds, Christies, Rubies, Rare, Jewels, Magnificent, Burmese, Unheated