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9.26 Carat GIA D/IF Type IIa Diamond Sells for $902,500

A 9.26 carat GIA D/IF Type IIa unmounted diamond brought $902,500 in Heritage Auctions’ $5.9+ million Jewelry Signature Auction, setting a new house record for a price realized for jewelry in a Heritage event. The totally colorless and internally flawless diamond is classified as Type IIa, very rare in nature and found in less than 2% of the world’s diamonds.

9.26 carat GIA D/IF Type IIa unmounted diamond

9.26 carat GIA D/IF Type IIa unmounted diamond

Sold to an unidentified private individual bidding by phone the diamond “is about as perfect as a diamond can get,” said Jill Burgum, Director of Fine Jewelry at Heritage.

The Type IIa diamond marks the second time this year Burgum has set a house record for jewelry at Heritage: a spectacular 8.99 carat Kashmir Sapphire ring brought $527,500 at Heritage in April.

The December 3 auction presented a breadth of large and impressive diamond rings and bidders liked what they saw. A 4.47 carat weight diamond white gold ring sold for $95,500, an 8.24 carat total weight diamond platinum ring set sold for $92,500 and a 10.32 carat total weight diamond platinum JB star ring sold for $77,500. All prices include Buyer’s Premium.

4.47 carat weight diamond white gold ring

4.47 carat weight diamond white gold ring

8.24 carat total weight diamond platinum ring set

8.24 carat total weight diamond platinum ring set

10.32 carat total weight diamond platinum JB star ring

10.32 carat total weight diamond platinum JB star ring

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