The necklace set with sixty oval, cushion- and pear-shaped rubies together weighing 67.83 carats, decorated with variously-shaped diamonds together weighing 58.13 carats, mounted in 18 karat white gold, length approximately 384mm.
Accompanied by 38 GRS reports, stating that the 55.54 carat rubies ranging from 3.23 to 0.98 carat are natural, thirty four of Vivid Red, three of Intense to Vivid Red, and one of Vivid to Deep Red colour (all of GRS type "Pigeon's Blood" colour), of Burmese origin (one of Mogok), with no indications of thermal treatment;
Gübelin report numbered 20091081, dated 12 October 2020, stating that the 67.83 carat rubies are natural, Red colour (A few of the rubies are called Pigeon Blood Red), of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating; along with an information sheet, stating that 'Large rubies of gem-quality are rarely found in nature...The demand for natural, unheated rubies kept growing while the supply of such gems remains highly limited, making natural rubies of gem-quality from all major sources, such as Burma (Myanmar), Mozambique, Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, difficult to find .';
Thai report and premium book numbered 150776, dated 26 May 2020, stating that the 67.83 carat rubies are natural, Red to Vivid Red colour, of Burmese origin, with no indications of heating, with trade color descriptor, stating that 'The color of a majority of the rubies in the necklace is commonly known in the trade as "Pigeon Blood"; with a letter, stating that 'The rubies in report 150776 colors are red to vivid red which matches the color description of prized rubies. The color of a majority of the rubies in the necklace is commonly known in the trade as "Pigeon Blood". This necklace displays an exceptional array of well-matched rubies which show no indications of heating. Remarkable gemstones such as these are highly appreciated in the market.'.