18KT White Gold 8.90ctw SI1-I1/G-J Diamond Tennis Brace
18KT White Gold 8.90ctw SI1-I1/G-J Diamond Tennis Bracelet A4387. Good Condition! VL2455TC. One electronically tested 18KT white gold ladies cast & assembled diamond tennis bracelet with a bright polish finish. Condition is good .The tennis bracelet features a flexible seven inch continuous diamonds ribbon of, terminating in a concealed clasp with twin safeties. Identified with markings of 750. Tennis bracelet got their unusual name from an incident involving the U.S. professional tennis player Chris Evert during a tennis match in the 1980s. Evert had been wearing an expensive diamond bracelet, an inline string of individually set diamonds. Previously these bracelets were known as eternity bracelets. When the clasp snapped during play, she asked the officials to stop the tennis match until the bracelet could be found. Since that day, bracelets featuring an inline string of diamonds have been called tennis bracelets. Containing: Thirty-one prong set round brilliant cut diamonds, measuring 4.30 4.20 x 2.60mm (depth est.) approximate total weight of 31 Stones = 8.90ct. The color grade reflects the entire range of color for this group. Graded in the setting. Clarity SI-1 to I-1. Color G J. Total Weight of Diamonds 8.90ct. Total Weight of Tennis Bracelet 14.25gm. AIG appraised at $40,745.00. Thank you for viewing this lot! We are always adding new inventory and new auctions, so please check back often. We appreciate your business and support. Enjoy the auction! SAA - Seized Assets Auctioneers.
18KT White Gold 8.90ctw SI1-I1/G-J Diamond Tennis Bracelet A4387
You are bidding on the following lot: 18KT White Gold 8.90ctw SI1-I1/G-J Diamond Tennis Bracelet A4387. Many of our items have been professionally appraised by an actual gemologist. This item is valued at $ 40745. When shown with the lot, a genuine appraisal will be included and shipped with this item. (See disclaimer for details regarding jewelry appraisals).
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