The necklace suspending an octagonal emerald weighing 1.41 carats, to a karat gold necklace decorated with baguette and brilliant-cut diamonds, adjustable length approximately 456 or 392mm; and a pair of matching pendent earrings, each suspending an octagonal emerald weighing 1.13 and 1.04 carats respectively, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 2.60 carats, mounted in platinum and 18 karat yellow gold. (2)
Accompanied by GIA reports numbered 1207997578, 6202997606 and 6202997611, dated 6 November 2015, stating that the 1.41, 1.13 and 1.04 carat emeralds are natural, Green colour, of Colombian origin, the 1.41 carat with no fissures present, 1.13 and 1.04 carat with no indications of clarity enhancement;
Gübelin report numbered 19051195, dated 4 June 2019, stating that the 1.41 carat emerald is natural, Green colour, of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity enhancement, with condition, stating that 'This emerald is virtually free of fissures and fractures and is thus not susceptible to clarity enhancement. Such emeralds are very rare.'; along with an information sheet, stating that 'Only a very small number of emeralds are not affected by this natural process. Thus, emeralds with only very minute fissures or no fissures at all are very rare. The absence of fissures makes them immune to any enhancement of the clarity by filling the fissures with a foreign substance such as oil, resin or wax';
reports numbered 19051198 and 19051193, dated 10 July 2019, stating that the 1.13 and 1.04 carat emeralds are natural, Green colour, of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity enhancement; each along with an information sheet, stating that 'At the time of the analysis, the emerald described ... did not show any indications of clarity enhancement.'.