This 75.36ct briolette diamond pendant is directly supported by a purplish-pink colored marquise diamond prong-set in rose gold, suspended from an adjustable length 18k white gold briolette diamond chain measuring 45.8cm long. Accompanied by GIA Certificate number 11812033 dated 18th April 2013, this type IIA internally flawless, D color diamond is described as being amongst the most chemically pure and of exceptional optical transparency.
Type IIA diamonds were originally identified as originating from India, particularly the Golconda Region but have since been recovered in all major diamond-producing regions of the world. Both the 530ct Cullinan diamond and the 105ct Koh-I-Noor diamond are categorized as type IIA diamonds. Estimated to realize between approximately nine and thirteen million dollars, this magnificent necklace will be sold in auction by Christies, Hong Kong on 28th May 2013.