The 15.48-carat fancy intense “Pink Supreme” topped Christie’s fall jewelry auction in Asia, while a Patek Philippe led the watch sale.
Up for auction at Bonhams next month, the rare enamel and gem-set cuff is considered the star of the sale.
Worn in the film’s final scene, the piece was expected to sell for nearly $30,000.
“The Blue Lagoon” was expected to sell for as much as $2.7 million at the Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale in Geneva.
A buyer paid $44 million for the 17.61-carat fancy vivid blue diamond.
The late journalist’s antique jewelry proved to be of particular interest.
The piece is estimated to sell for more than $20,000.
It featured watches from the collection of late entrepreneur Glen de Vries.
Reginald Brack has worked at StockX and Christie’s.
The 17.61-carat stone leads Christie’s “Magnificent Jewels” sale in Geneva this November.
Frank Everett curated “For the Boys: A Jewelry Exhibition,” opening in New York City in September.
The single-owner collection features jewels with ties to Austria’s Habsburg dynasty.
The inscribed heart-shaped locket sold for nearly three times its highest pre-sale estimate.
The first sale of jewels from the late heiress’ estate sparked controversy after a report revealed her husband’s Nazi ties.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong will offer the 11.28-carat fancy vivid blue diamond at a single-lot sale in October.
The auction house said it’s the largest ever European exhibition of the designer’s work.