The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s
The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s
High Jewellery

The most expensive jewellery sold in Hong Kong last year – online sales by auction houses Christie’s, Phillips and Bonhams were booming despite the pandemic

  • Despite less sales and an absence of physical buyers, the city’s jewellery market was kept afloat by eager online bidders logging in from all over the world
  • Christie’s Hong Kong sold a 12-carat fancy blue diamond for US$15.8 million after just 15 minutes of frenzied bidding

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The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s
The 102.39-carat D-colour flawless oval diamond, sold at auction for US$15.6 million by Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Photo: Sotheby’s
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