At Sotheby's a real tiara in emeralds and diamonds estimated ten million dollars

At Sotheby's a real tiara in emeralds and diamonds estimated ten million dollars.  An emerald and diamond tiara, estimated ten million dollars will be auctioned by Sotheby's on 17 May.


This is a real gem, created in 1897 by order of Count Guido Henckel von Count, the first Prince von Donnersmarck, as a gift to his second wife, Princess Katharina.

The tiara is equipped with eleven rare Colombian emeralds, topped by nine points to pink diamonds, over a frame of gold and silver and is the most valuable piece of real jewelry most important auction organized by the auction house over the past thirty years.


These days we admired the marriage between Prince William and Kate: the bride, beautiful in her wedding dress for the big day he wore a tiara of Queen Elizabeth.

After the auction of antique jewelry organized by Sotheby's last month, now the auction house is ready to impress again with the sale of the precious tiara.

Rare Colombian emeralds and white diamonds and pink floral on a line of inspiration, the precious jewel auction starts from a base of 5.3 million dollars and has a maximum estimated value of $ 10.6 million.