A very fine white and cognac diamond pendant was the top lot at Cordiers Fine Jewelry and Sterling Auction on Dec. 3, hammering for $14,000 after enthusiastic bidding. The sale featured over 200 lots of fine and designer jewelry, as well as sterling silver flatware and hollowware. Prices quoted are hammer prices and do not include buyers premium.
Diamonds And Gold Captivate Bidders At Cordier's Jewelry Auction
Bidders responded eagerly to the diamond and gold offerings, with a 14k 2.27-carat diamond ring selling for $7,000 and a 14k white gold and 3.48-ctw diamond bracelet bringing $4,000.
A marked 14k Dudley Masonic pocket watch also attracted attention, selling for $4,600.
In sterling, a 64-piece set of Stieff Rose Repousse flatware sold for $1,300 to become the best performing silver lot of the auction.
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