Diamonds are expensive and there's hardly a person to doubt that. But it's one thing when a huge some of money they are sold for drop in the pocket of a jewelry collector, and quite another when they raise funds for charity. Hopefully, a lady's diamond watch sponsored by anonymous donor will be sold for a pretty some of money during the charity night in Bury St Edmunds on September 23.
This is a diamond-encrusted watch made of 18-carat white gold that will go under the hammer quite soon. It is a Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso, but what is so special about it is that it's encrusted in a special way, most likely a customized design. All money got during the sale will come for St Nicholas Hospice.Care.
The whole event will resemble a wine and food testing party with Nicholas Corke being responsible for wine and Paul Warner being responsible for food. And the of course the charity event. Among the other lots except the watch there are a stay at the Wentworth Hotel in Aldeburgh and a week in St Lucia.