In 1755, watchmaker Jean-Marc Vacheron founded Vacheron & Constantin. It later became the first watch company to receive the Diplôme du Prestige de la France Award. In the 20th century, the company changed its name to ‘Vacheron Constantin’ and gained popularity around the globe. Vacheron Constantin watches have been worn by the likes of Napoleon Bonaparte, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, Edward VIII, Harry Truman, and Pope Pius XI. The upcoming Fine Jewelry sale, presented by Doyle, features a bracelet-watch from Vacheron Constantin. Set in 18-karat gold, this piece features a braided strap and a cover that opens to reveal a circular white dial.
Another featured lot from the event is a gold and enamel dome ring designed by David Webb. An American jewelry designer, David Webb is known for his use of sculptural animal motifs and geometric elements. The available lot depicts several boxes filled with red and white colors. The upcoming sale also highlights a pair of gold and enamel lion Frascarolo cufflinks and an Oyster wristwatch by Rolex. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Doyle.
Lot Categories:Jewelry (194)
# of Lots:194
Interesting lots include:
|Platinum and Diamond Ring
|Vacheron & Constantin Gold Bracelet-Watch
|Frascarolo Pair of Gold and Enamel Lion Cufflinks
|David Webb Gold and Enamel Dome Ring
|Rolex Gentleman's Gold, Stainless Steel, and Mother-of-Pearl 'Oyster Perpetual Datejust Turn-O-Graph' Wristwatch, Ref. 116263