A $9.6 Million Dollar Blue-Diamond Ring Offered at the 2015 Palm Beach Show

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show presents over $1 billion worth of offerings…

More than 170 exhibitors from around the globe will offer their collections—worth more than $1 billon in total—at this year’s Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. The Florida show’s 12th annual installment will be held over Presidents’ Day weekend, February 14 through 17, and will spotlight M. S. Rau Antiques’ $9.6 million Royal Blue ring, which features a 10-carat blue diamond set with pink diamonds. Other highlights include a circa-1870 Henry Dasson lacquered commode ($200,000 or more) presented by Butchoff Antiques and notable original artworks from Gilden’s Arts Gallery, such as Andy Warhol’s Portrait of Hermione Gingold ($25,000) and Marc Chagall’s lithograph Bay of Angels with Bouquet of Roses ($28,000). On opening night—Friday, February 13—the show will host an event to honor its charity partner, the American Red Cross, with an exclusive preview of the treasures on offer. (palmbeachshow.com)

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