Mario Buccellati, son of goldsmith Contardo Buccellati, was the first Italian jewelry designer to open a shop on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Buccellati is well-known for his distinctive silver designs. Rather than drawing from traditional English models, Buccellati looked to the Renaissance for inspiration. Buccellati’s silversmiths often observed flora and fauna to create modern accessories and tableware. Featured in the upcoming Antiques, Modern, Jewelry, and Watches Sale, presented by A Touch of the Past, is a 32-piece Borgia Buccellati silverware set. These handcrafted sterling silverware pieces combine clean lines with restrained embellishments.
An 18-karat gold and platinum convertible ring by Oscar Heyman & Brothers is highlighted in this event. Oscar Heyman is known for creating jewels for some of the most prestigious jewelry brands globally, including Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Tiffany & Co., and many more. The available piece features a central pink sapphire, surrounded by diamonds and emeralds. Those interested in fine art can consider a poster for Maurin Quina Le Puy France by Leonetto Cappiello. Created in 1906, the poster shows a mythical creature uncorking a wine bottle. To view these lots and to register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:653
Price Range:$200 - $45,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Buccellati Borgia Sterling Silver Flatware Set for 32|| Estimate: |
|GRS Certified 22.10ctw Natural Colombian Trapiche Emerald Gemstone Lot 3pc|| Estimate: |
|David Webb Blue Enamel Diamond 18k Gold Platinum Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|Rolex President 18k Gold Watch Ref. 1803|| Estimate: |
|Monumental Original French Poster Maurin Quina Ley Puy, Great for Winery/ Bar|| Estimate: |