Six million two hundred thousand dollars. Such was the difference between the auction that since 2011 holds the absolute world record in value achieved in a single event dedicated to jewelry - The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor: The Legendary Jewels, Evening Sale, which reached $ 115.9 million - and Maharajas & Moghul Magnificence, which last week totaled $ 109,271,875 million. 29 lots achieved over $1 million. Firstly, a private collector in the room has bought A Belle Époque Devant-de-corsage, by Cartier, Paris, 1912, for $10,603,500. Additional top lots included The Mirror of Paradise, 52.58 carats, D Color, IF, which achieved $6,517,500; The Shah Jahan Dagger which sold for $3,375,000, establishing the record price for an Indian jade object and record for a piece with Shah Jahan provenance; An Antique Imperial Spinel, Pearl and Emerald Necklace, which realized $3,015,000; and the Golconda Diamond Rivière Necklace, from the collection of the Nizams of Hyderabad, which sold for $2,415,000.Contemporary pieces by JAR and Bhagat were also 100% sold, greatly exceeding estimates. Impressive prices were achieved for bejeweled Mughal objects including An Enameled and Gem Set Model of a Parrot, which realized $1,035,000; and an Enameled and Gem Set Huqqa, that achieved $759,000, establishing the world auction record for an Indian huqqa.Over incredible numbers concerne the visitors, virtual and not, to the collection before the auction: with over 17 million page views, and 1.8 million page views across the various web features to Christie’s Online Magazine, and 3.6 million views for the 41 unique videos created for the collection.The attendance for the global tours in London, Shanghai, Geneva, and Hong Kong, combined with the New York exhibition welcomed 50,000 visitors with tremendous attention over the five-day public exhibition in New York, averaging 1,500 visitors per day.