Christie’s first ever online sale dedicated solely to diamonds totalled $1.5m (£1.13m), the auction house has announced.
The Jewels Online: Summer Sparkle event ran between 12 August and 27 August, with 84% sold by lot.
According to the auction house, the sale attracted 28% of new registrants from over 20 countries.
The top lot of the sale was a “spectacular” coloured diamond necklace by Graff.
The piece suspended a 20.21 carat pear shaped yellow -brown diamond, set in a fine white diamond necklace. It sold for $325,000 (£244,188).
Other highlights from the auction included an old mine brilliant-cut diamond ring of 12.02 carats, which realized $118,750, (£89,222) as well as a diamond ring of 4 .80 carats that sold for $87,500 (£65,743).
In addition, a fancy yellow diamond ring of 8.16 carats, which achieved $81,250 (£61,047).