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About Auction House

The auction house Intervendue operates inside the International Jewelry Exchange in Miami, Aventura Florida. They are a recognized family of dealers in estate and antique jewelry as well as diamonds and fine wristwatches. Being client-oriented, Intervendue serves private people, estates, lawyers, trust offices, banks, insurance agencies, groups of seniors, and dealers. Martin Basilio, President of Intervendue, Inc. is a certified Diamond Grader and a member of the Gemological Institute of America (G.I.A.).

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    Tiffany & Co. Legacy Ring and Bulgari Monete Necklace Lead Intervendue’s Upcoming Sale

    Platinum has been a very elusive metal in the history of human civilization. Owing to its high melting point at 3221.6° F, the metal cannot be molded without softening it. Although ancient South American Indians and Egyptians bonded platinum with gold, their techniques of making it malleable were lost with time. In 1741, platinum caught the attention of European scientists, who began experimenting with it. However, the metal went on to become a popular choice for jewelry only in the 20th Century. A platinum necklace, set with diamonds weighing 75.78 carats, is a key highlight of the upcoming sale by Intervendue. A combination of rhombus setting and circular design, the piece weighs 142 grams. Another interesting platinum lot is a Tiffany & Co. Legacy diamond engagement ring. It is fashioned with a cushion-cut fancy intense yellow diamond, flanked by bead-set diamonds. The ring is designed in Edwardian style.  A Bulgari Monete eight-coin necklace also leads the listing. The Monete collection is a tribute to the rare cultural currency of Rome. The coins are marked with the eras and emperors' names. To view the complete catalog and register to bid in the upcoming Auction LVI: With Love From Intervendue sale, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.

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    Art Deco Platinum Diamond Bracelet & 15-Carat David Webb Diamond Ring Lead Intervendue’s Upcoming Auction

    A 47.30-carat Art Deco platinum diamond bracelet leads this upcoming auction, presented by Intervendue. This bracelet weighs a total of 64.1 grams. It has 84 European-cut diamonds with F-H color and VVS1-VS2 clarity. The jewelry piece has another 29 diamonds set in the mounting, together weighing approximately 5.50 carats. They have G-H color and VVS-VS clarity. An antique bracelet dating back to the 1890s is also available. Natural pre-cut rubies of raspberry color, as well as rose-cut and cushion-cut diamonds, highlight this bracelet.  A 15-carat David Webb diamond ring is another leading lot. It features a one-carat marquise-cut diamond in the center, set in a platinum ring weighing 31.5 grams. It is studded with another 132 small diamonds. These diamonds weigh around 14 carats and have F-G color with VVS-VS clarity. Famous for its bold and distinctive designs, the iconic David Webb jewelry house has been operational since 1948. The auction also offers several notable watches from Bulgari, Piaget, and Mathey-Tissot. Among furniture, the top lots include an Art Deco mahogany and cork dining set by Paul Frankl and an antique rare designer Italian bed. To view the complete catalog and register to bid in the upcoming Auction LIV: A Collectors Wonderland sale, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.

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    Vintage Oscar Heyman Piece & Other Retro Jewelry Lead Intervendue’s Upcoming Auction

    Elsa Peretti, a former model and designer, crafted a budget diamond chain for women in the 1970s. On seeing the design, her fashion designer friend Halston dubbed it ‘Diamonds by the Yard.’ The phrase refers to a thin, long neck chain with diamonds spaced out along its length to create a continuous strand of sparkle. A platinum Diamond by the Yard necklace is a key highlight of the upcoming sale from Intervendue. The piece is set with 323 diamonds and measures 87 inches in length. Another striking diamond lot in the sale is a platinum bracelet. It is designed with 55 diamonds, weighing approximately 21.4 carats, and 68 diamonds, weighing around 26.5 carats. The bracelet is fashioned in three rows with baguette-cut diamonds in the middle and a row of round-cut ones on either side. A vintage Oscar Heyman platinum bracelet also leads the listings. It is studded with 132 round diamonds, 20 baguette diamonds and 27 sapphires. The company is best known for specializing in the use of colored gemstones. To view the complete catalog and register to bid in the upcoming An Uplifting Spring Collection of Jewels XLIII sale, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.

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    Rubel Frères Bracelet & 13.49-Carat Radiant-Cut Diamond Ring Lead Intervendue’s Jewelry Auction

    A 13.49-carat radiant-cut diamond leads the upcoming Jewelry Is Our Job XXXVII auction, presented by Intervendue. This mega-sized diamond is GIA certified and set in a platinum ring that weighs a total of 10.9 grams. The diamond has F color and I1 clarity. The ring has another 20 diamonds set in the mounting. They together weigh around 1.10 carats, have E-F color, and have VVS-VS clarity. Demand for a radiant-cut diamond is on the rise. Its unique shape makes it appear bigger than a round or an oval-cut diamond. An emerald and diamond French Art Deco bracelet with 58.00 carats of diamonds is another leading lot. It is a Rubel Frères bracelet. The jewelry house was responsible for creating many beautiful and iconic jewels of the 20th century, predominantly for Van Cleef & Arpels. It was awarded a Grand Prix in the 1925 Exposition Internationale des arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes. It was also commissioned to create several brooches and a watch by the Maharaja of Indore. The diamonds in the available bracelet have E - F color and VVS - VS clarity. The central emeralds weigh a total of 12.00 carats. All the gems come AGL certified. The auction also offers several notable watches from Rolex and Cartier. Find the listed items and more online auctions on Bidsquare.

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    Emerald-Cut and Marquise Style Diamond Designs Highlight Intervendue’s Joy of Jewelry Sale

    Emerald-cut diamonds trace their origins to the 1500s. Back then, emerald stonecutters used the linear step-cutting style for shaping the stone. Soon, diamond cutters too adopted the emerald style since the linear technique reduced the risk of damage to the stone. A 4.0-carat emerald-cut diamond ring is a key highlight of the upcoming Joy of Jewelry sale, offered by Intervendue. With its rectangular design, the elongated centerpiece exhibits flashes of light called the “Hall of Mirrors” effect. This ring is GIA certified and comprises diamonds weighing 1.50 carats mounted on 18-karat white and rose gold. Another noteworthy lot is a pair of platinum chandelier earrings set with 150 marquise-cut diamonds weighing around 59 carats. The diamond is named after Marquise de Pompadour, the chief mistress of King Louis XV. The king had commissioned a jeweler to design a stone that perfectly resembled the shape of her lips.  A Paris Hilton Mystery watch fashioned in 18-karat rose gold also leads the listings. The timepiece features diamonds weighing approximately 10 carats mounted on the 50mm case, bezel, and lugs. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare and browse other online auctions.

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    Flappers Favorites- Art Deco & Fred Leighton jewelry lead Auction XXXII by Intervendue

    A 19.56-carat diamond Art Deco ring will set the pace for May the Jewels Be With You. An auction by Intervendue is to take place this May. The ring weighs 9.6 grams overall and comes with an EGL certificate. The old-mine cushion-cut diamond with M color and SI3 clarity. The charm of the Art Deco engagement rings as this one remains after a century. Back in the 1920s and 1930s, the era of The Great Gatsby and Chicago, Art Deco jewelry gained popularity because it made a big impression, both in size and shape. Diamonds were big and mostly paired with sapphires, emeralds, and rubies in shiny platinum. A ring like this lends a sense of timeless elegance of that era. Continuing with the Flappers' favorites is a Fred Leighton diamond, flower earrings. It is an 18K yellow gold earring with fancy intense natural yellow diamonds weighing around 21.00 Ct. The diamonds have VS1 to SI1 Clarity. Fred Leighton is a name associated with style icons like Josephine Baker, Diana Vreeland, Elizabeth Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, and Jackie Onassis. He started as a proprietor of a bohemian clothing store in 1960s Greenwich Village. From there, he went on to create jewelry that brought history and its most colorful characters from Jane Austen heroines to the Fitzgerald flappers to the Golden Age actresses, to life. Leighton jewelry is limited edition or one-of-a-kind. Jewelry connoisseurs can find a variety of rings, earrings, cuffs, bracelets, necklaces, watches and more in Auction XXXII by Intervendue. View the catalog and register to bid at Bidsqaure. 

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    From Modern to Victorian: Antique Jewelry Items Lead Intervendue’s Upcoming Sale

    Diamonds in various forms, weights, and cuts will share the spotlight in the upcoming XXVII Fools for Jewels auction at Intervendue. From tennis necklaces to Victorian pendants, the event features over 300 pieces of diamond-studded jewelry. The highlight of the catalog is a diamond tennis necklace. It is mounted with 99 round diamonds weighing a total of 45.60 carats. Intricately designed with links and prong-set diamonds, this necklace borrows fame from the tennis bracelet named after tennis athlete Chris Evert. A Victorian silver-topped pin/pendant is available as well. The insect-shaped pendant weighs 15.1 grams. It features a natural pearl and a 1.25-carat old mine diamond at the center. The event will shed light on some unique pieces of jewelry ranging from watches to engagement rings and more, including a stainless steel Jaeger LeCoultre watch. Visit Bidsquare to place a bid or find information about other online auctions.

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    Imperial Green Cabochon Jadeite, Patek Philippe Watches, Art Deco Jewelry at Intervendue

    Intervendue is coming out of its winter hibernation with Auction XXVI Hibernate. The sale highlights include a cabochon jadeite and 18-karat white gold ring. The jadeite is class A jade that comes with a GIA certificate. Baguette- and marquise-cut diamonds accentuate the imperial green jade. In Chinese culture, jade is a symbol of goodness, prosperity, and beauty. Imperial translucent green jadeites are considered the most desirable type. There are many other notable lots in the sale. Among them is a unisex tennis diamond necklace, blue sapphire jewelry, and Tiffany & Co. Art Deco gold buttons. Unique stones like Mexican opals and peridot also appear in a pair of earrings and a brooch, respectively. Fire opals found in Mexico glow like the color of the sun or honey. They formed 15 to 30 million years ago in ancient volcanoes. The auction also includes watches from Patek Philippe, Rolex, and Tudor. Bidders can choose from nearly 300 pieces of jewelry in the sale. Find the listed items and more on Bidsquare and register to place a bid. 

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    Intervendue Starts the New Year With Auction of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Watches and Retro Jewelry

    New Year, New Jewels is an upcoming auction from Intervendue. The auction kicks off with an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak 18-karat gold watch. Watchmaking leaders Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet established the Swiss manufacture in 1875. In all these years, the company’s mission has remained the same: to push the limits of watchmaking to meet society’s ever-changing needs. And when Michael Schumacher asked for a mechanical watch that could measure multiple lap times on the racetrack, Audemars Piguet took on the challenge and released the Royal Oak Laptimer. The Royal Oak chronograph watch, like the one available in this auction, can display continuous or discontinuous spans, even one-fifth of a second. Among the available jewelry lots, an antique charm bracelet stands out. It is an 18-karat yellow gold bracelet that weighs 79.2 grams. It has eight carved coral charms with different figurines. It also has one blue agate and two lapis lazuli. Another notable jewelry lot is a natural jadeite and diamond ring. The stones are set in 18-karat white gold, and the piece comes with a GIA certificate. The auction has more than 200 lots to offer to start 2022. Find the full catalog on Bidsquare and register to place a bid.

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    Van Cleef & Arpels Art Deco Jewelry Garners Attention in Upcoming Intervendue Event

    The upcoming Intervendue auction presents a Rolex Submariner Date 41mm men’s black watch. Famously known as the Diver’s Watch, the 1968 Rolex Submariner Date series was popular among divers for its water resistance feature. It has a rotating unidirectional bezel, Oyster bracelet, and luminous hands and indices. Its trademark characteristic is its Cyclops lens date display and chronometer caliber. Another highlight is a Van Cleef & Arpels Art Deco style jadeite set. Designs from the Art Deco era often depicted Egyptian and Eastern motifs. The 18-karat yellow gold set features two necklaces along with a detachable bracelet. The jewelry set has coral, jade, amethyst, and diamond accents. Also notable is a nature-inspired Kieselstein-Cord alligator cuff bracelet. The contemporary yellow gold bracelet features an intricately carved alligator design. The matte finish reflects the designer’s bold style. The auction catalog features a Hublot stainless steel Big Bang wristwatch. Created by watchmaker Jean-Claude Biver, the contemporary timepiece represents the union of art and unique materials. Collectors can also find a Bulgari Cupido ring, David Yurman silver cuff, loose diamonds, and more. Interested bidders may explore the entire listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Onyx Pendant and Carnelian Bracelet Highlight Upcoming Intervendue Sale

    Parallel-banded chalcedony minerals are better known as onyx. Ancient civilizations from the early Egyptians to the Romans used onyx for carved artifacts and jewelry. A diamond pendant with onyx accents is one of the highlights of the upcoming Intervendue auction. This rectangular pendant hangs from several diamond-covered links. Another notable piece of jewelry in the sale is a 14-karat gold, sapphire, and carnelian bracelet. A warm red-orange gemstone, carnelian is traditionally associated with good fortune, wealth, and health.  The sale also offers an 18-karat necklace covered in diamonds and a platinum Colombian emerald diamond brooch. The latter brooch has a swirled vintage design. Thin strips of platinum and diamonds extend from the center emerald to bend in every direction. To view the complete auction catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.

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    Intervendue’s ‘May The Jewels Be With You’ Sale Highlights Art Deco Jewelry

    The Art Deco style that emerged in Paris in the late 1920s and 1930s celebrated everything new, futuristic, and global. The movement influenced art, architecture, interior design, and jewelry. Art Deco jewels were bold and sleek, characterized by sharp edges and clean lines. White metals, such as platinum, were favored over yellow gold. The style emphasized the use of ebony, onyx, jade, emeralds, rubies, and corals. Intervendue’s upcoming May The Jewels Be With You sale will feature several Art Deco jewels. A leading lot among them is a sapphire and diamond bracelet. It features a graduating series of seven square sapphires, accented with circular and pavé-set diamonds. The upcoming auction spotlights several luxury jewelers, including Van Cleef & Arpels. One key lot from the brand is a pearl twist bracelet. It features twisting strands of 18-karat gold boules and pearls. Another featured lot is a Rolex Submariner stainless steel men’s watch with a black dial, Rolex Oyster bracelet, and clasp. View this or any other lot on Bidsquare.

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    Intervendue Presents Cartier Watches, Palmiero Jewelry, and More

    Louis Cartier created the Cartier Santos watch for Alberto Santos Dumont, a friend of the designer. The well-known aviator expressed his concerns about checking his pocket watch during flights. To solve this problem, Cartier designed the first wristwatch for men in 1904. The Cartier Santos collection was named after Alberto Santos Dumont in 1911 and soon became popular. The upcoming Intervendue auction presents several notable Cartier watches. Particularly featured is a Cartier Santos 18-karat gold wristwatch. The water-resistant watch has a square bezel and black leather straps. Also showcased is a stainless-steel automatic Cartier Ballon Bleu ladies watch. The Ballon Bleu watch was named for its lightweight round dial, which resembles a hot air balloon. The auction also features Palmiero jewelry pieces. A Palmiero white gold, diamond, and amethyst ring is among the highlights. Designs by the Italian jeweler often feature vibrant colors with the “arlecchino” effect and focus more on the ornament’s surface rather than its shape. A Tiffany & Co. 18-karat gold Summerset mesh ring with a high polish will be available as well.  The upcoming sale offers a plique-à-jour dragonfly brooch studded with diamonds and emerald. The plique-à-jour enameling method dates back to the 6th century. This filigree technique allows light to pass through stained glass. The catalog also offers Victorian earrings, Rolex travel alarm clocks, jade and Art Deco rings, and by-the-yard necklaces. Interested collectors can explore the entire catalog and register to bid online on Bidsquare.

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    Tutti Frutti Bracelet and Boucheron’s Quatre Ring Highlight Intervendue Auction

    A Tutti Frutti bracelet designed in 18-karat white gold is among the highlights of the upcoming Intervendue auction. The multi-hued piece features sapphires, emeralds, rubies, and diamonds. Another notable lot is Boucheron’s platinum diamond Quatre ring, which is among the brand’s best-recognized designs. Because quatre means four in French, the ring combines four distinct gold bands into one. Charlotte Rampling, Tomer Sisley, and Carine Roitfeld are among the well-known celebrities who own Boucheron’s Quatre rings.  The sale offers a pair of Pierre aquamarine, platinum, and diamond earrings. An 18-karat gold cuff from Sabadinni, which features sapphires, rubies, emeralds, and diamonds, is on offer as well. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.

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    Patek Philippe Chronometro Gondolo Watch and Gemstone Jewelry Highlights Upcoming Intervendue Auction

    Patek Philippe’s Gondolo pocket watch collection was named after the famous Rio de Janeiro retailer Gondolo & Labouriau. Gondolo & Labouriau and Patek Philippe shared business connections from 1872 to 1927. Their successful bond led to the Chronometro Gondolo, a custom timepiece collection made especially for the Brazil-based retailer. Chronometro Gondolo pocket watches were Patek Philippe’s best-selling pieces in the early 1900s. The upcoming Intervendue auction presents a selection of gemstone jewelry and timepieces, including a Patek Philippe Chronometro Gondolo pocket watch. The 18-karat yellow gold pocket watch has the signature Chronometro Gondolo movement with a distinct gold gear-train.  The auction also showcases diamond, platinum, and gold jewelry pieces. One highlight is an alexandrite, diamond, and 14-karat white gold ring. The GIA-certified ring has 7.59-carat chrysoberyl alexandrite and tiered diamonds. Alexandrite gemstones were discovered during the 1830s in the Ural Mountains, near the Tokovaya river region. They are known for their color-changing properties. A platinum Art Deco diamond bracelet and a Victorian diamond and natural pearl brooch will be featured as well.  This gemstone jewelry and timepieces auction also presents a Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti 18-karat gold chain necklace. The pendant is from Elsa Peretti’s Open Heart collection. Cartier jewelry pieces, Frascarolo enamel jewelry, and Rolex, Longines, and Piaget wristwatches round out the catalog. Interested collectors can explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.