One of the most valuable items at Sotheby's Magnificent and Noble Jewels auction in Geneva on November 8 is the "Blue Lagoon," a rare 94ct. paraiba tourmalineto star in Sotheby’s salefrom Mozambique. The gem is the focal point of a diamondlariat chainmade by Adler Joailliers, a famous jewelryhouse from Geneva. The price range it gives is $1.3 million to $2.5 million.
Sotheby's said in a statement that it is the biggest Paraiba tourmaline that has ever been sold at auction, though it is not the biggest known Paraiba tourmaline.
The famous international auction house Sotheby's has announced that a 93.94-carat Paraiba diamond will be part of its upcoming sale in Geneva. This beautiful stone, which is thought to be the biggest "top-quality" Paraiba tourmaline ever to be sold at auction, will captivate jewelry lovers and fans from all over the world.
During the "Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels" sale on November 8, the stunning gem, which is set in a custom necklace made with great care by Adler Joailliers, will be the star of the show. Sotheby's thinks this one-of-a-kind masterpiece will fetch a high price at auction, between $1.3 million and $2.5 million.
The necklace, which is appropriately called "The Blue Lagoon," has over 76 carats of round, marquise, and pear-shaped diamondsthat fall in a beautiful waterfall. It is important to note that the original sketch of this mesmerizing piece will also be part of the gift. This will give you a unique look into the artist's mind that went into making it.
Since they were first found in Mozambique in the 1980s, Paraiba tourmalines have become some of the most sought-after gems in the world, often getting prices higher than the most expensive sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. One thing that makes high-quality Paraiba tourmalines stand out is their amazing electric blue color, which is often joined by small sizes and major flaws inside. But "The Blue Lagoon" is a one-of-a-kind specimen. It is an amazing size, the clarity is perfect, and the color is a beautiful blue that makes you think of a tropical paradise, and it was not treated with heat.
This amazing gem is "an extraordinary electric blue hue," which Sotheby's says makes them think of "crystalline waters of a tropical paradise," This sale is really special because it's very hard to find Paraiba tourmalines that are this big, have such bright colors, and don't have any flaws.
Adler Joailliers has been around since 1886 when Jacques Adler opened the family businessin Istanbul. Franklin and Carlo, his grandchildren, opened a store in Geneva in 1972 to grow the business. This generation, Allen and Daisy Adler, run the business. Allen is the CEO and Daisy is the Chief Operating Officer. They carry on the practice of excellence.
As part of Sotheby's Luxury Week, which takes place every other year in Hong Kong, New York, and Geneva, this much-anticipated sale will feature an amazing range of unique items in many categories, such as jewelry, watches, handbags, accessories, and more. The arrival of "The Blue Lagoon" is sure to be the highlight of this important event, with its stunning beauty and lack of availability enticing both experts and fans.
The 93.94-carat "top-quality" Paraiba tourmaline, which people affectionately call "The Blue Lagoon," will be shown off at Sotheby's upcoming Geneva sale. This will undoubtedly be a major event in the world of high jewelry. This one-of-a-kind gem, which is set in a custom necklace by Adler Joailliers, has an electric blue color and perfect clarity that make you think of a tropical paradise.