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Lot 24: 18K Yellow Gold Marquise Cut Diamond Ring, 1.76 grams

Est: $400 AUD - $600 AUDSold:
Pfeffer's AuctionsFebruary 28, 2024Brisbane, Australia

Item Overview

Description


18K Yellow Gold Marquise Cut Diamond Ring
Diamond info:
Total weight = 0.22ct. Colour = G. Clarity = VS.

Ring size: Q

Stamped: 750

Dimensions

1.76 grams

Condition Report

Good

Payment & Shipping

Payment

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Shipping

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Auction Details

No Reserve Estate Jewellery

by
Pfeffer's Auctions
February 28, 2024, 06:00 PM AEST

Shop 9-10 Queen Adelaide Building 90-112 Queen Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000, AU

Terms

Buyer's Premium

20.0%

Bidding Increments

From:To:Increment:
$0$99$10
$100$499$20
$500$999$25
$1,000$1,999$50
$2,000$4,999$100
$5,000$39,999$250
$40,000$79,999$500
$80,000+$1,000

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Shipping Terms

Pfeffers Auctions provide fast in-house handling of packages. You can generally expect your package to be packed and shipped within 1-2 days of payment.

Our shipping and handling fees are $20AUD for express postage Australia-wide & $60AUD for express international postage.

Note: These shipping and handling rates apply to jewellery and other small items. For larger/bulkier items such as art, furniture etc. the customer is required to organize collection of their purchases either by themselves or a 3rd party carrier service.