SAJ Auction

15 West 47th Street, Suite 303, New York 10036

About Auction House

As a fourth generation jewelry dealers, we have helped numerous clients sell their jewelry collections to buyers and collectors.When the jewelries are outside our dealing, we helped the clients to sell through auction houses to get the highest prices at the auction.However, many times with the listing and selling fees and hidden fees such photography fees, catalog fees, insurance fee, marketing fees, etc. sellers ended up with a fraction of the selling price.So we started our own auction houses in 2012. Leveraging online auction systems, we offer absolutely no fees to the sellers if the item ...Read More
doesn't sell. If items sells, we take the minimal percentage fees.When you consign with us, your jewelry will get a global marketing exposure to over 41 countries and millions of buyers, collectors, and dealers to ensure the highest amount for your piece as the current market can offer.Our online auction events benefits not just the sellers; even buyers can benefit from us using the convenient online system buyers from all over the world can easily register and make bids via phone, absentee bidding, or online bidding with the lowest commission level.Read Less

Auction Previews & News

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    Select Antique Jewelry & Watches

    American designer and jeweler David Webb is best known for his sculptural animal motifs and his use of textured gold, colored gemstones, and carved rock. In his early career, Webb made weekly visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he was inspired by the goldwork of the ancient world. He eventually created his own mixture of alloys, using them in his jewelry and objets d’art. As Webb said, “I believe the things I make have museum quality and, hopefully, will last as long as the originals that inspired them.” The upcoming sale, presented by SAJ Auction, highlights a pair of nephrite, coral, enamel, diamond, and gold objets d’art by Webb. Another highlight of the auction is a gold and diamond Tubogas cuff watch from Bulgari. Introduced in the 1940s, the Tubogas design was inspired by the distinct shape of gas carrier pipes. The motif was revived by Bulgari in the 1970s, becoming one of the firm’s trademarks. A Tiffany & Co. bangle bracelet by Jean Schlumberger is also available. The white enamel bracelet has a gold band and collet-set diamonds. View the entire catalog for this event at Bidsquare.

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    Fine Jewelry and Timepieces

    Appealing to working women in the 1980s, Bulgari created the Parentesi collection, which was suitable for formal and informal occasions alike. The design was inspired by Rome’s travertine pavement and stone blocks. This stylized “bracket” collection remained popular throughout the 1980s and the rest of the 20th century. The upcoming Fine Jewelry and Timepieces auction, presented by SAJ Auction, features a necklace, watch, and ring from Bulgari’s Parentesi collection. A clematis flower brooch by Van Cleef & Arpels is among the highlighted items. The flower’s petals are made of white coral, with eight diamonds forming the brooch’s center. A TAG Heuer Microtimer watch is also available in the sale. Launched in 2003, the Microtimer is the first Swiss-made electronic movement, with precision to 1/1000th of a second. This professional sports chronograph watch was designed for Formula One racing. The multi-functional timepiece has a black LCD background, as well as information about the lap time, fastest lap, number of laps, and the total race time. To view the complete catalog and register to bid, visit Bidsquare.