Featured in this lot is this Orianne, 16.56 ct diamond, 14k yellow gold bracelet with GIA and AIG paperwork showing an $80K appraisal. This bracelet shows an electronically tested, 14k yellow gold lady’s cast tennis bracelet with a bright polished finish. The bracelet shows a 7 1/2 inch length bracelet composed of a flexible graduating ribbon of diamonds, terminating in a concealed clasp with twin safeties. The bracelet shows markings of "14k" and the trademark of "Orianne." There are three variety sizes of diamonds shown on this bracelet, with the first size showing 16 brilliant round cut diamonds with a weight of 11.95 carats, clarity of I-1 to I-2, and color scale of I-K. The next grouping of diamonds show ten round cut diamonds with a weight of 3.48 carats; the diamonds are evenly split to each side of the bracelet and have a clarity of I-1 to I-2 and I-K color scale. The last are the smallest, showing four brilliant round cut diamonds with a weight of 1.13 carats, clarity of I-1 to I-2, and a color scale of I-K. Tennis bracelets and necklaces got their unusual name from an incident involving the U.S. professional tennis player Chris Evert during a tennis match in the 1980's. The piece comes complete with AIG (American International Gemologists, a GIA certified lab AIG Appraisal Number#: 000716133040) report and appraisal confirming the above info and giving a total value of $80,985.00.