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News: Expertise and exhibition of jewellery at la Librairie des Arts

The most Parisian Palace offers you a jewellery appraisal in partnership with Maison Millon.

Discover an exceptional experience in the world of art and collectables. Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris draws on the expertise of the European auction house MILLION.

Three days of confidential appraisal of your jewellery: Tuesday 14 November, Wednesday 15 November and Thursday 16 November 2023.

From 2pm to 8pm, you will be able to present your  jewellery, artistic jewellery and gemstones to two renowned experts and find out what they would be worth if you decided to sell your jewellery at auction.
Millon‘s jewellery departments in Paris, Nice and Brussels organise more than a dozen sales each year. The experts who will be present are familiar with the expectations of a demanding international clientele.
A free and confidential valuation is therefore always a privileged moment when you can learn more about your jewels and understand how they are positioned on the world market.

A preview of the finest jewels at the year-end prestige auctions

The window displays at la Librairie des Arts of Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris will feature the finest pieces from the upcoming MILLON Belgium (28 November 2023) and MILLON Paris (11 December 2023) prestige sales, including :

  • A magnificent octagonal emerald of 10.59 carats, set with diamonds, forms a very high ornamental ring. Estimate: € 90/100,000 (Brussels, 28 November)
  • A ring perfectly set with pavé diamonds, setting a natural sapphire of Burmese origin of 13.63cts and the rarest blue colour of this gem.
    Estimate: €180/200,000 (Brussels, 28 November)
  • A MORPHEE jewellery set consisting of a cuff bracelet and a pair of pierced earrings. This extraordinary creation contains more than 70 carats of diamonds. High-purity white diamonds and fancy diamonds are assembled with the greatest jewellery craftsmanship. The set has never been worn and is estimated at €68,000/72,000 (Brussels, 28 November)
  • A MARIE-CAROLINE DE BROSSES (MCB) 18-carat yellow gold and silver ‘cachette’ system bracelet, partially paved with brilliant-cut diamonds and round rubies, with curved and scalloped motifs sliding to conceal the pavings. Est. 10,000/15,000 € (Paris, 11 December)
  • A BOUCHERON platinum ring set with a 5.14 carat old-cut diamond and two baguette diamonds (colour I, clarity VS) Signed. Price: €45,000/50,000 (Paris, 11 December)
  • A RENE BOIVIN pendant in 18-carat yellow gold and silver, the clasp holding a rock crystal ring with a central ruby root cabochon set with palmettes, supported by two motifs set with old-cut diamonds. Marked Cristofol workshop €4,000/6,000 (Paris, 11 December)

Jewellery apparaisal Tuesday 14 November, Wednesday 15 Novembre and Thursday 16 November 2023 from 2pm to 8pm
These appraisals are available with or without an appointment at Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris.
To make an appointment:

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