Lot 346

Emerald Diamond & 14k White Gold Tennis Bracelet

Estimate: $22,000 - $24,000

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$100,000 $5,000
Featured in this lot is this emerald diamond and 14k white gold tennis bracelet with SGL paperwork. The bracelet features a polished, stamped, and tested 14k white gold construction with a bright finish that is marked with a 'Oscar Friedman' hallmark and shows a '14k' gold stamp next to the hallmark. The bracelet features 18 graduating oval cut natural emeralds that are prong set and shows a green coloration that is transparent with moderate to significant (F2 - F3) treatment that shows a total weight of 12.40 carats. The emeralds are decorated with halo design of a total of 150 round brilliant cut diamonds that shows G-H color gradient with a clarity of SI3 - I2 and shows a total weight of 3.50 carats. 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 SGL (Superior Gemological Laboratory, Inc. a GIA certified lab SGL#: SGLB1126508 with the access code of C1085 at GemRap.com) report and appraisal confirming the above info and giving a total value of $22,390.00. The measurements of this bracelet from clasp to clasp is 7 1/2".