Graff Vivid Yellow Diamond Could Sell for Up to $25 Million

Reuters reported that the 100.09-carat Graff Vivid Yellow diamond is expected to sell for between $15 and $25 million at next week’s Sotheby’s auction in Geneva.

As quoted in the market news:

A white round diamond of 103.46 carats, also cut by Graff and described by Sotheby’s as one of the largest brilliant-cut diamonds in the world, is also going on the block with an estimate of $3.5-$5 million.

‘It has the wow factor,’ [David Bennett, chairman of Sotheby's jewelry department for Europe and the Middle East] said of the stone mounted on a ring, which has toured the world to attract bidders.

A smaller but stunning 31.34-carat white diamond, ‘The Victory Diamond’ which belonged to Florence Gould, daughter-in-law of the American railroad magnate Jay Gould, is estimated at $5-$8 million.

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