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Lot 101
Coloured Jadeite, Coloured Sapphire and Diamond 'Perfume Locket' Pendant, Wang Chin-Lin
Estimate:
HK$38,000 - 58,000
US$4,850 - 7,400

Of oval shape, the front with floral motifs, set with a carved jadeite of translucent bright green colour, decorated with carved jadeites and jadeite cabochons of various tones, embellished with an oscillating briolette- and brilliant-cut diamonds; the back composed of two ladybugs and two bees, two movable, the bodies set with translucent orangy yellow jadeite cabochons, a pear-shaped sapphire and tapered baguette diamond respectively, the wings of carved jadeites of translucent emerald green colour, circlular-cut pink sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds, another movable ladybug hidden inside the locket, accented by reverse-set circular-cut black diamonds and brilliant-cut diamonds, the diamonds together weighing approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 14 karat blackened, white and yellow gold, signed.
Accompanied by an original signed box and pouch.

Carved jadeites measuring approximately 24.08 x 9.69 x 4.63 to 3.88 x 3.65 x 3.16mm; cabochons approximately 5.76 x 6.10 x 2.80 to 4.85 x 5.21 x 2.59mm.

Accompanied by Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory report numbered SJ199626, dated 12 March 2021, stating that the jadeite is natural, known in the trade as ‘A Jade’.

WANG CHIN-LIN
Wang Chin-lin is the recipient of many jewellery design awards held in the Greater China region. Her works has been showcased with other jewellery designers in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Taipei. Her animal and nature-themed collection delicately crafts the lifelike features of the creatures.
This spring, Tiancheng International is offering a perfume locket designed by Wang Chin-lin. With full blooms in the vase, little charming ladybirds are beguiled by the scents and resting tranquilly. Opening to reveal an interior for photos or natural fragrances, this enchanting locket is not only decorative but functional.