Share to Social Media
Log in to your Account
Forgot Password
If you have forgotten your registered email, please contact our Client Services Team for further assistance.
Create an Account
Password Strength: Weak
Password Strength: Fair
Password Strength: Strong
Reset Password
Password Strength: Weak
Password Strength: Fair
Password Strength: Strong
Lot Enquire
Confirm Your Bid
Sale HK016 | Lot 112
Jadeite 'Gourd' and Diamond Pendant; and Rubellite 'Fortune Melon' Pendant
The total purchase price of the lot for your reference:
(including % Buyer's Premium)
Placing a maximum bid does not mean you will end up paying the full amount of your maximum bid. The system will automatically place consecutive and incremental bids on your behalf up to but not exceeding the amount of your maximum bid in response to other bids placed during the live auction.

When you confirm the bid, it means you are committing to buy this lot if you are the successful bidder and you are irrevocably agree to pay the full purchase price including % buyer's premium. You may nevertheless raise or lower your maximum bid 24 hours prior to the live auction starts. It also means that you have read and agreed to our Terms and Conditions of Purchase and Terms and Conditions for Online Bidding.
CONFIRM BID CANCEL
Lot 112
Jadeite 'Gourd' and Diamond Pendant; and Rubellite 'Fortune Melon' Pendant
Sold for
HK$41,300
NO RESERVE LOT
The jadeite pendant of translucent apple green colour, suffused with bright emerald green streaks, carved as a gourd atop with a mythical beast and a coin, to a hoop surmount set with brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 karat white gold; the rubellite pendant carved as a fortune melon atop with a dragon, strung on an adjustable brown cord. (2)
Jadeite and rubellite measuring approximately 39.96 x 20.15 x 10.46 and 37.59 x 22.84 x 15.25mm respectively.
This lot contains jadeite or rubies originating in Burma (also known as Myanmar) and also articles of jewellery containing such gemstones may not be imported into the U.S. With respect to items containing any other types of gemstones originating in Burma (e.g. sapphires), such items may be imported into the U.S. provided that the gemstones were mounted or incorporated into articles of jewellery outside of Burma as long as the setting is not of a temporary nature. Loose gemstones of any type originating in Burma may not be imported into the U.S. In this regard, purchaser’s inability to import any item into the U.S. or any other country as a result of these or other restrictions shall not justify a cancellation of the sale or any delay in payment.