Is Buying Diamond Jewellery a Good Investment?

Private diamond collections are not very publicized, as many wealthy collectors and lovers of diamonds prefer to remain anonymous and build their collections in secret. Very rarely will the price of a private collection be revealed until it is sold or auctioned.
Private diamond collections are not very publicized, as many wealthy collectors and lovers of diamonds prefer to remain anonymous and build their collections in secret. Very rarely will the price of a private collection be revealed until it is sold or auctioned.

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Nevertheless, there are a few private collections on which information can be found, or at least in part.

Online auction houses such as Sothebys or Christies are the perfect place for Hong Kong residents to shop for discounted diamond jewellery sets. Whether you are searching for a set of earrings, pendants, necklaces or broaches you can find something at these prestigious online auctions to suit your taste. They advertise their auctions in advance and you can download their catalogue, that highlights the collections under the hammer.

Investing in diamond jewellery profitably, is to buy at the right time. Have patience and select your collection carefully. Buyers should take into consideration that period diamond jewellery will command a much heftier price tag than modern made jewellery and the cut, clarity and weight of the diamond are always key to making a profit, when you go to resell. Compare these stunning collections going under the hammer that have every chance of appreciating with time and delivering you a nice return in the future.

Nevertheless, there are a few private collections on which information can be found, or at least in part.

Online auction houses such as Sothebys or Christies are the perfect place for Hong Kong residents to shop for discounted diamond jewellery sets. Whether you are searching for a set of earrings, pendants, necklaces or broaches you can find something at these prestigious online auctions to suit your taste. They advertise their auctions in advance and you can download their catalogue, that highlights the collections under the hammer.

Investing in diamond jewellery profitably, is to buy at the right time. Have patience and select your collection carefully. Buyers should take into consideration that period diamond jewellery will command a much heftier price tag than modern made jewellery and the cut, clarity and weight of the diamond are always key to making a profit, when you go to resell. Compare these stunning collections going under the hammer that have every chance of appreciating with time and delivering you a nice return in the future.

Cartier Diamond, Onyx and Ruby 'Kiss of the Dragon Windchime' Set

This beautiful adorned diamond necklace and earring set is a uniquely crafted piece, brought to you through a private collector of Cartier jewellery. Perfect for almost every occasion, this can be bought to set you apart at a cocktail party, as a gift or as a future investment. Cartier jewellery never goes out of fashion and always appreciates in price.

Description:

• Circular-cut diamonds, onyx, ruby drops
• 18k white gold, with red Cartier cases
• Necklace 36.0cm, ear pendants 5.0cm, ring size L
• ‌Necklace signed Cartier, no. 998817
• Ear pendants signed Cartier, no. 33798A
• Ring signed Cartier, no. 29687A

Price: Enquire at Christies

On Sale Now – White Gold, Rose Gold and Diamond Pebble Thistle Earrings

Part of Sotheby’s Diamonds’ Thistle Collection, which highlights the inventiveness and originality of modern workmanship. In this line of vivaciously contemporary gems, cutting-edge diamond setting is an inherent component of the design.

Sculptural, architectural, and graphic shapes are created by the deft use of “reverse” setting, in which the diamonds are set in the other direction. This approach, borrowed from watchmaking, was invented by Sotheby’s Diamonds to generate contrast and bring attention to a stunning centre stone, while also redefining the traditional cluster form.

The dramatic display of glinting pieces of light created by the reverse-set diamonds provides contrasting texture, shine, and sparkling brightness, their sharpness counterbalanced by the sensuous roundness of the outlines and centre stones, delivering dynamic visual excitement.

Description:

• Diamonds weighing 4.00 carats
• Gross weight 17.80 grams
• 18 karat white gold
• 18 karat rose gold
• G.I.A. certification

Guide price: 240,000 USD (HK$ 1.88 Million)

Cartier Diamond and Multi-Gem ‘PANTHÈRE’ BANGLE for Sale

Look and feel like a million dollars without having to splash out hundreds of thousands of dollars this year, with a this elegant Cartier Diamond and multi-gem Bangle. This amazing piece went up for sale in 2015 in Hong Kong and is now back on the market. The perfect investment for anybody dealing in fine jewellery.

Circular-cut diamonds, buff-top variously-shaped sapphires, onyx, platinum (French marks), with articulated paws and rotating head, diameter 2 ¹/₂ ins., inner circumference 7 ins., signed Cartier, no. 23612. Last time sold at Christie’s, Magnificent Jewels, Hong Kong, 1 December 2015, lot 2107

Condition Report:

• Overall condition, very good. Shows signs of normal wear. Diameter 2 ¹/₂ ins., inner circumference 7 ins
• Signed Cartier, no. 23612
• Diamonds, approximately 675 circular-cut, weighing a total of approximately 10.00-15.00 carats, F-G colour, predominantly VS clarity
• Sapphires, approximately 92 buff-top, with few typical inclusions
• Emeralds, 2 pear-shaped, with few typical inclusions

Price: Enquire at Christies

Lily Gabriella Collection – Fancy Intense Yellow Diamond Honeycomb Ring

Sotheby’s Diamonds by Lily Gabriela capsule collection is now on sale, which showcases mostly rare yellow diamonds set in breath-taking patterns inspired by art and architecture. Her spectacular creations include sculptural lines, clashing hues, uncommon materials, and the finest jewels and diamonds.

Yellow has inspired some of the world’s finest painters, including Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Mark Rothko, and Anish Kapoor. Yellow diamonds, which are very rare and highly coveted by jewellery aficionados, have also played a pivotal part in the development of jewellery. The stones are evidence of Sotheby’s Diamonds’ ability to locate and choose diamonds of exceptional beauty and rarity.

Lily, who was raised in Brazil and Monaco, is motivated by her enthusiasm for nature, art, and architecture. She was up in a home where artists and architects were celebrated. She was attracted to the excitement and culture of London, where she launched Lily Gabriella Fine Jewellery and began creating private projects.

Description:

• Yellow diamond weighing 6.12 carats
• 18 karat yellow gold
• G.I.A. certification

Guide price: 220,000 USD (HK$ 1.72 Million)

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