Advanced Search

Luxeford Holds Successful Silent Auction

Jun 11, 2012 3:55 AM   By Deena Taylor
Comment Comment Email Email Print Print Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Share Share
RAPAPORT... Luxeford auction house sold $180,445 (HKD 1.4 million) worth of jewels at its silent sale held in ‎Hong Kong. The company sold 66 percent of the 32 lots on offer.

The sale saw interest across the board but especially for quality diamond items, Luxeford said. ‎Top lots included a pair of 2.10 and 2.20 carat diamond ear studs, which sold for $43,306 (HKD ‎‎336,000), and a Harry Winston “Premier Biretrograde” lady’s diamond wristwatch, which sold ‎for $18,560 (HKD144,000).  

Located in central Hong Kong, Luxeford specializes in high-end jewelry and offers appraisals ‎and auctions to collectors, families, estate executors, and charities across the world. The ‎auction house conducts two major auctions per year and offers a wide variety of items from ‎collectibles for private sales. Luxeford will hold its next sale in November 2012.‎
Tags: Deena Taylor, Luxeford
Similar Articles
PragueMuseum Finds Fakes in Gem Collection
Mar 11, 2018
The National Museum in Prague has discovered a number of fake stones, including diamonds, sapphires and rubies,
Gemfields rubiesRuby Demand Robust at Gemfields Sale
Nov 16, 2017
Gemfields sold $55 million worth of rough rubies in Singapore last week, the highest revenue figure
Comments: (0)  Add comment Add Comment
Arrange Comments Last to First
© Copyright 1978-2018 by Martin Rapaport. All rights reserved. Index®, RapNet®, Rapaport®, PriceGrid™, Diamonds.Net™, and JNS®; are TradeMarks of Martin Rapaport.
While the information presented is from sources we believe reliable, we do not guarantee the accuracy or validity of any information presented by Rapaport or the views expressed by users of our internet service.