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A jadeite and diamond pendant. photo Bonhams

The brilliant emerald green jadeite plaque and high translucency, carved to depict a bamboo shoot, representing longevity and strength, to a surmount set with a cluster of marquise and pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, pendant length 4.9cm. Sold for HK$780,000;

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the pendant is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number SJ 9696, dated 18th March 2010.

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A set of unmounted jadeite. photo Bonhams

The jadeite double cabochons of vivid emerald green colour and very good translucency. (3) Sold for HK$720,000

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the selected cabochon is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number KJ 48048, dated 11th March 2010.

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A pair of jadeite and diamond earrings. photo Bonhams

Each set with a rich emerald green jadeite plaque of good translucency, suspended from a line of baguette and tapered baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, diamonds approximately 3.20 carats total, earring length 4.3cm. Sold for HK$114,000

Accompanied by a gemmological report, stating that both jadeite plaques are natural jadeite and no evidence of treatment was observed. Report number 1/19461-001, dated 11th January 2010.

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A jadeite bangle. photo Bonhams

The bangle of pale green colour with an intense emerald green patch and high translucency, outer diameter 71.7mm, inner diameter 54.1mm. Sold for HK$108,000

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the bangle is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number SJ 9387, dated 11th March 2010.

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A jadeite and diamond ring and earclip suite. photo Bonhams

The navette-shaped jadeite cabochon of bright emerald green colour and very good translucency, within a double-tiered brilliant-cut diamond surround and trifurcated shoulders, accompanied by earrings of similar design, mounted in 18k white gold, diamonds approximately 1.90 carats total, ring size 7¼, earrings length 2.7cm. (2) Sold for HK$108,000

Accompanied by two certificates from a gemmological lab, stating that the cabochons are natural Burmese jadeite and no polymer was detected. Report number JW-9903 and JW-9904.

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A pair of jadeite and diamond earclips. photo Bonhams

Each set with an oval jadeite cabochon of intense emerald green colour and good translucency, accented by heart, marquise and brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, diamonds approximately 1.10 carats total, earring length 2.2cm. Sold for HK$96,000

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the selected cabochon is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number SJ 9390, dated 11th March 2010.

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A jadeite and diamond ring. photo Bonhams

A triangular-shaped emerald green jadeite, within a brilliant-cut diamond mount, accented with rose-cut diamond drops, mounted in 18k rose gold, diamonds approximately 3.70 carats total, ring size 5¼. Sold for HK$81,600

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the plaque is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number SJ 10069, dated 29th March 2010.

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A pair of jadeite and diamond earrings. photo Bonhams

Each articulated earring, set with a rectangular bright emerald green jadeite plaque and good translucency, carved on both sides with ruyi motifs, suspended from a rose-cut diamond surmount, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, spaced by rose and brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, earring length 4.8cm. Sold for HK$72,000

Accompanied by a report from the Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory, stating that the selected pendant is natural jadeite and no resin was detected. Report number EXKJ 1111, dated 5th March 2010.

Bonhams. Fine Jewellery and Jadeite and Modern Wristwatches, 28 May 2010 to 29 May 2010. JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong www.bonhams.com