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  • Lot 157
  • Lot 60
  • Lot 80, 155, 156
  • Lot 44, 49

Fei cui bangles to lead Tiancheng’s autumn sale


The Tiancheng International jewellery and fei cui autumn sale is scheduled for 26 November 2021 in Hong Kong. As always, top-quality fei cui is believed to steal the limelight, with important gemstones from prestigious origins gracing the auction.

Tiancheng International’s managing director and head of jewellery department Connie Huang said: “This season, we are thrilled to offer a pair of natural jadeite and lavender jadeite bangles of exceptional quality. Of astonishingly fine texture, the two bangles are perfect complements for each other with sumptuous emerald green and graceful lavender hue. Matchless in vivacity that comes in the sublime pair, these bangles are not to be missed by discerning collectors.”


Auction highlights

Lot 157 - A pair of emerald green and luscious lavender fei cui bangles (estimate on request)

Lot 60 – A double-stranded necklace with 82 fei cui beads of luxuriant green hue and excellent translucency. It can be worn as two separate necklaces (estimate: HK$4,000,000 - $6,000,000/ US$513,000 – $770,000)

Lot 80 – An 18.18-carat natural unheated Burmese Mogok “Pigeon blood” ruby and diamond ring (estimate: HK$7,500,000 - $9,500,000)

Lot 156 – A 13.56-carat natural untreated Colombian Muzo emerald and diamond ring (estimate: HK$6,500,000 - $9,500,000)

Lot 155 – A 67.61-carat natural unheated Mozambican Paraiba tourmaline and diamond necklace (estimate: HK$880,000 - $1,200,000)

Lot 44 – A 3.54-carat natural fancy greenish-blue VS2 diamond ring (estimate: HK$5,500,000 - $8,500,000)


According to the auction house, a total of 157 lots will be on offer. A press preview was held yesterday at its headquarters in Central, Hong Kong, where celebrity model Ankie Beilke presented the highlights to the journalists. The lots would go on tour to Shanghai right after the event and be back to Hong Kong for public preview during 20-25 November. (Photo courtesy: Tiancheng International)





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