28 April 2016
This portrait sold for 2.5 million Euros some days ago at Sotheby’s, at five times its estimated value. Painted by Bernard Boutet de Monvel in 1934, the Maharajah of Indore wears a pair of “Indore pears”. Diamonds of around 47 carats each specially set by Chaumet for the occasion on a pearl necklace.
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I was so surprised by the extreme lightness of this Tabayer bracelet – to the point of wondering if it was really gold at all.
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