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Top Lots from Sotheby's Geneva Sale and Cavalieri Discusses CIBJO Initiatives

May 16, 2012 7:00 PM   By Rapaport News
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Sotheby's sale of magnificent and nobel jewels and various owner jewelry sales in Geneva this week earned $108,377,219. In this video check out close-ups of some of the top lots including the Beau Sancy diamond, which sold for $9,699,618.

With the 2012 CIBJO Congress underway in Vicenza, Italy, CIBJO's president Gaetano Cavalieri discusses important ethical  initiatives in the pipeline that will work toward improving overall consumer confidence in the diamond and jewelry industry. sotheby's sale jewels

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