If you are on your hunt to buy something exclusive for your lady then pay some dignity by not getting settled for anything less than a royal diamond necklace, by Cartier. Designed in a trellis of radiant and formally square-cut diamonds dangling a border of pear-shaped diamond drops, the necklace aims to deliver vigor to the elegant neck it is designed for. This neckpiece was once a part of the Anne Moen Bullitt collection, whose wardrobe was once described as “incredible collection from the golden age of couture”. Each of the three largest pear-shaped diamonds is escorted by GIA certificates affirming the 5.56 carat diamond is D colour VS2 clarity, 6.98 carats diamond is D colour Si1 clarity and 4.35 carats diamond is D colour Vs clarity.
It is anticipated that the necklace would fetch £200,000-250,000 (approx. $400,000- $500,000) and would be available in the signature styles: fine Jewellery & iconic Jewels from the 20th Century sale at Bonhams in New Bond Street on 6 December.