In the upcoming Fine Jewelry, Sterling Silver & Platinum, Coins, & Historical Documents sale, Alex Cooper Auctioneers will focus on decorative art and jewelry pieces. One of the noted lots is a sterling silver flatware set from Reed & Barton. An American silversmith manufacturer, Reed & Barton was founded in 1824 by Isaac Babbitt before selling to Henry G. Reed and Charles E. Barton. Over its long history, the brand provided sterling silver and silver-plated wares in distinct forms— from stainless steel flatware for soldiers in World War I to water pitchers for Victorian families. The offered flatware service of 71 pieces includes dinner knives, dinner forks, dinner spoons, salad forks, and more.
A Brutalist emerald bangle is another featured lot. Brutalist jewelry became widely popular in the 1950s for its abstract, unfinished, and unusual shapes. This yellow gold bangle features a central synthetic emerald and round-cut accent diamonds in the Brutalist style. Also showcased is a Tiffany & Co. sterling flask. This patterned piece from the late 19th century was made with repoussé techniques. Also offered are American coin sets, a Ball, Black & Co. sterling service, and jewelry by Tiffany & Co. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:302
Price Range:$200 - $25,000
Interesting lots include:
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|A 7.31ct Unheated Ceylon Sapphire & Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|An 18K GIA Cert. 1.59 ct Princess Cut Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|A 14K Brutalist Emerald Crystal & Diamond Bangle|| Estimate: |
|Rare Tiffany & Co. Sterling Repousse Flask|| Estimate: |
|Reed & Barton Sterling Silver Sculpture Service|| Estimate: |