Post-Auction Impressions: October 07th 2015, Sotheby’s Hong Kong

By Tracey Greenstein | 09.10.15
Post-Auction Impressions: October 07th 2015, Sotheby’s Hong Kong

October 07th 2015, Sotheby’s Hong Kong

Noticeable discrepancies between live and in person auction house diamonds can create a bit of controversy, particularly for absent bidders who rely solely on the catalogue.

When a customer buys a high quality, fairly priced stone in retail ...

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