In time for Valentine’s Day -- GSA Auctions hosts online fine jewelry sale

February 14, 2019

GSA Auctions Designer Gold Watch

ATLANTA—This Valentine’s Day, members of the public will have their chance to give their loved ones a gift they will cherish forever by placing a winning bid for a collection of fine jewelry on GSA Auctions.

Bidding on this fine jewelry, valued at more than $190,000, opened this week on the GSA Auctions website. Act fast—the auction will end on March 1, 2019.

Featuring 24 rare and unique pieces, this collection includes watches, diamond and emerald necklaces, gold charm bracelets and much more from noted designers including several pieces from high-end designers.

Collection Highlights

  • A 4-piece emerald and diamond jewelry set, including “necktie” style necklace with six pear-shaped emeralds (26.50 total carat weight) and 408 round and 63 pear-shaped diamonds (80.43 total carat weight). The set also features a cocktail ring, a bracelet and pair of earrings.
  • An 18-karat white gold adjustable lariat-style necklace with 141 round-cut diamonds with a 4.82 total carat weight. The necklace is included in a lot with a ladies’ 18-carat white gold ring.
  • Two 18-karat yellow gold women’s watches, auctioned separately—one with a motherof-pearl dial, and the other a lapis dial.

Inspections for individual pieces in this collection will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, on Feb. 13 and 20 and in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 13, 20 and 27. Please see the auction listing for each piece for information on how to schedule an inspection.

A service of the U.S. General Service Administration, GSA Auctions is the federal government’s online clearinghouse for excess federally owned assets and equipment, such as office furniture, vehicles, scientific equipment and collectibles.

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About GSA:
The mission of the U.S. General Services Administration is to deliver value and savings in real estate, acquisition, technology and other mission-support services across the government. One of its four strategic objectives is to save taxpayer money through better management of federal real estate.

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