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Huguette Clark’s jewelry collection

Freed from their bank vault by the executor of the estate, the jewels of copper heiress Huguette Clark go on sale at Christie's New York on April 17, including a rare pink diamond and these emerald, pearl and diamond ear pendants. Which piece do you prefer?

A Belle Époque cushion-cut fancy vivid purplish pink diamond ring of 9.00 carats, by Dreicer & Co., circa 1910. Pre-sale estimated value $6 million to $8 million. Actual sale price $14 million. All these items from the estate of Huguette M. Clark were auctioned April 17, 2012, by Christie's New York.

A rectangular-cut diamond ring of 19.86 carats, by Cartier, D-color, potentially internally flawless clarity, type IIa. Estimated value $2 million to $3 million. Sale price $2.7 million. This ring was discovered in its original Cartier box from the 1920s.

An art deco diamond bracelet, by Cartier, circa 1925. Estimated value $300,000 to $500,000. Sale price $480,000. The money from this auction will go to pay estate expenses, with the remainder held for whichever party wins the court battle over her $400 million estate.

An art deco emerald and diamond bracelet, by Cartier, circa 1925. Estimated value $50,000 to $70,000. Sale price $90,000.

A diamond,ruby and sapphire American flag brooch, by Cartier. Estimated value $30,000 to $50,000. Sale price $65,000.

A ruby, sapphire, emerald and gold bracelet, by Tiffany & Co., circa 1915. Estimated value $30,000 to $50,000. Sale price $220,000.

A pair of emerald, natural pearl and diamond ear pendants, by Cartier, early 20th century. Estimated value $30,000 to $50,000. Sale price $85,000.

An art deco diamond and multi-gem charm bracelet with charms, by Cartier, circa 1925. Estimated value $20,000 to $30,000. Sale price $75,000.

An art deco rock crystal, mother-of-pearl, coral, and diamond desk clock, by Cartier, circa 1925. Estimated value $15,000 to $20,000. Sale price $135,000.

An onyx, turquoise and diamond photograph frame, with scroll letter "A," by Cartier, circa 1910. Estimated value $5,000 to $7,000. Sale price $60,000. (The photo, apparently of Huguette Clark's sister, Andrée, was not sold.)

A nephrite, turquoise and onyx photograph frame, by Cartier, circa 1910. Estimated value $4,000 to $6,000. Sale price $60,000.

A single-strand natural-pearl and diamond necklace, by Tiffany & Co. Estimated value $20,000 to $30,000. Sale price $300,000. Read more about the Huguette Clark mystery at http://clark.msnbc.com/.