A rare Belle Époque fancy vivid yellow diamond pendant, J.E. Caldwell and Co.
circa 1910

centered by a fancy vivid yellow cushion-cut diamond, weighing 10.59 carats, set within a three tiered diamond frame, estimated total remaining diamond weight: 2.00 carats, set in platinum suspended by a fine link platinumchain, completed by a circular clasp with etched design accented by circular-cut diamonds; signed J.E.C. & Co. and numbered 65911.

Length: 16 in.

Provenance: Accompanied by GIA report # 2185694243, dated August 25, 2017, stating natural fancy vivid yellow, even distribution and VVS-2 clarity. Identified as 'Potential'. Also accompanied by working diagram.

Sold for $760,000
Estimated at $250,000 - $350,000


 

centered by a fancy vivid yellow cushion-cut diamond, weighing 10.59 carats, set within a three tiered diamond frame, estimated total remaining diamond weight: 2.00 carats, set in platinum suspended by a fine link platinumchain, completed by a circular clasp with etched design accented by circular-cut diamonds; signed J.E.C. & Co. and numbered 65911.

Length: 16 in.

Provenance: Accompanied by GIA report # 2185694243, dated August 25, 2017, stating natural fancy vivid yellow, even distribution and VVS-2 clarity. Identified as 'Potential'. Also accompanied by working diagram.

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