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“From an announcement on Wednesday, the items for sale on Nov. 13 will range from a 10.54 carat, emerald-cut diamond engagement ring to a pair of black velveteen slippers – size 8 ½ -- embroidered with “BLM” in gold thread.”
“After John won the BMW Classic he bought me a twenty-karat tennis bracelet covered in beautiful emerald-cut diamonds.”
“They also netted more than $1 million after selling dozens of pieces of artwork and jewelry, including a 21.81-carat, emerald-cut diamond ring.”
““William and Harry are quite fond of Camilla,” Kate said after informing a friend that Charles had sealed the deal with an eight-carat emerald-cut diamond ring that had belonged to the Queen Mother.”
“A platinum Fred Leighton chain necklace with 228 diamonds has a low estimate of $75,000; lot 194, a platinum ring set with a 10.54-carat emerald-cut diamond, has a low estimate of $300,000, the highest in the auction.”
“Why not have a five-carat, emerald-cut diamond and the prettiest man this side of Denzel Washington to go with all that dark, pressed, and lovely?”
“She wore an enormous diamond on her finger, emerald-cut in a long oblong shape.”
“The chairman of Sotheby's international jewelry department, David Bennett, believes the emerald-cut stone is worth its enormous price tag.”
“She wore the most amazingly clear and brilliant emerald-cut diamond ring, weighing roughly ten carats, I'd estimate.”
“My heart stopped as I looked down at the emerald-cut diamond he placed on my finger.”
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