Polki has set a sale for a new set of jewellery to be sold for around $6 million, with a buyer set to be announced.
The jewellery set, which includes a Polki ring, will be offered to the public starting November 21, 2017, at the Royal London Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The sale is the latest in a series of Polki auctions which have been held at the British Museum.
It’s believed the jewellery was created by the British Royal family, with the collection reportedly being kept in a vault at the London residence of Queen Victoria, which was moved during the Great Exhibition of 1837.
The set of rings, which have not been confirmed as being a gift, are said to be the most expensive ever auctioned by the company.
They were first offered for sale in 2016, and the price was put at $5.6 million.
Polki currently has two sets of jewellings, with an expected sale of one of the sets on November 21.
The company has been involved in the auctioning of a range of items, including a Polka dot earrings and a polka dot bracelet.
The firm also runs a range that includes a polkarote collection, a polki jewelry collection, polka dots, a collection of polka and a collection.