Three rare Patek Philippe timepieces were also among the top lots of Christie’s recent “Watches Online: The Marvelous Sale.”
It’s part of Sotheby’s “Black & Brilliant” sale, opening today.
All proceeds will go toward its miner toolkit initiative.
These watches rarely hit the market, and this particular timepiece is expected to sell for as much as $2.6 million.
The French queen’s diamond bracelets retain their original design.
It is one of only 250 made in collaboration with the media franchise and could sell for up to $650,000.
The star of the sale, a 24-carat heart-shaped diamond, went for $2 million.
“Brilliant & Black: A Jewelry Renaissance” will feature works from 20-plus jewelry designers from the 1950s to present day.
Expected to sell for $1.6 million-$2.6 million, it’s the highest valued jewel ever offered in an online-only auction at Christie’s.
They both sold for well above their pre-sale estimates in the recent “California Jewels” sale.
“California Jewels” will feature six of Smith’s pieces, bought at his Greenwich Village store by a friend and collector.
It is a 101.38-carat D flawless stone that sold for more than $12 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong.
It will accept payment with Ether or Bitcoin for a D-color, flawless, pear-shaped diamond hitting the block next month.
An Andrew Clunn creation set with 28 oval-shaped diamonds fetched $4.1 million at Sotheby’s jewelry auction Wednesday.
The latter jewel sold for $5 million, within its pre-sale estimate.
Tracey Kahle joins the auction house with 32 years’ experience in buying and appraising gems and jewelry.
The fancy vivid yellow “Sienna Star” is in a setting from designer Glenn Spiro.
Christie’s said it was a record for a purple-pink diamond at auction.
“The Dancing Sun” is the largest polished diamond mined in North America and the star of the “Magnificent Jewels” auction.
It features pieces from the likes of Solange Azagury-Partridge, Suzanne Belperron, Marina B, and Silvia Furmanovich.
Here’s how other important pieces of jewelry did at Sotheby’s auction of magnificent and noble jewels in Geneva.
It was the top lot of Phillips and Bacs & Russo’s recent white glove sale.