Auction house positioning ring at Chinese market; could fetch £100k.

Fellows auction house in Birmingham is set to auction an 8.88ct emerald cut diamond ring at its auction of Antique & Modern Jewellery on May 16.

The ring is the highlight of the sale, with Fellows positioning it at Chinese jewellery collectors as eight is considered to be a lucky number in Chinese culture.


The H colour and VS2 clarity diamond is accompanied by a report from the GIA. The ring is expected to fetch between £70,000 to £100,000.

A statement from Fellows said: "This not only for its rare size and breath taking beauty, but its status as the ultimate luxury good luck charm."

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