One stamped 18KT yellow gold lady's hand made designer pendant and 14 KT chain, 18" long, medium twisted wheat link with a lobster claw clasp with a bright polish finish. Condition is very good.
Containing one black opal cut in a pear shape, bezel set, measuring 20.00 mm long and 15.mm wide, 4.00 mm thick, approximate wt is 4.64 carats. Opal has a very bright, multicolored play of color (fire)in a rolling flash-fire pattern,low dome, very good cut, no inclusions, consistent in its brightness and pattern, and somewhat directional.
Sixteen bead set round brilliant cut diamonds, measuring 2.30 - 1.50 x 1.14 mm (depth est) approximate total weight of 16 stones = 0.32 ct.
Clarity VS-2 to Sl-1, color G
Retail Replacement Value: $5,763.68.
Bids on the opal necklace can be made during the Jewelry Faire or by contacting Kathleen Graff at email@example.com. A first bid has been made at $3000.00, and bids can be made in increments of $100. Bidding closes on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 4pm.
We accept all jewelry, including damaged gold, sterling, and flatware, as well as better and designer handbags.
Please put donations in a sealed envelope with your contact info addressed to Jack Graff.
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