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Asprey & Co

1962
A stunning brilliant-cut diamond riviere necklace in 18ct gold set with over 40cts of diamonds.
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Please use this enquiry form to ask any questions about this piece and we will be in touch with you shortly. If you prefer to contact us by telephone please call us on 0044 (0) 207 4938904. Please note we guarantee that all of our jewels, silver objects d’art are authentic and of execptional quality.

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A stunning diamond riviere necklace by Asprey & Co. 1962, composed of thirty four round brilliant cut diamonds ranging from 0.61ct to 3.01ct and weighing a combined total of 37.79cts and of D-H colour and VVS1-SI1 clarity, in claw settings and interspersed with small brilliants in bezel settings estimated to weigh an additional 3.7cts, the highly articulated mounts in 18ct yellow gold with four small brilliants concealing the tongue and box clasp.
Specifications
  • OriginLondon
  • Gemstones and Other Materials34 x round brilliant cut diamonds ranging from 0.61cts to 3.01ct and from D - H colour and VVS2 - SI1 clarity 37 x round brilliant cut diamonds estimated to weigh a combined total of approximately 3.7cts
  • Condition ReportVery fine
  • Setting18ct yellow gold with London assay marks
  • Weight description30.6 grams
  • Dimensions15.5" long

Asprey

The world renowned Royal Warrant holding luxury goods retailer Asprey started life as a small silk printing business in Mitcham, Surrey.  William Asprey gradually grew the firm to include a variety of other goods, he sought partnerships with other business and as his success grew he also bought up other firms in order to expand the firms...

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