Leading the offerings of Kodner Galleries’ upcoming Estate Jewelry, Art, & Collectibles sale is a 169-carat diamond and platinum necklace. Designed with Old European-, emerald-, marquise-, and baguette-cut diamonds, the necklace falls in four graduated strands. Jewelry collectors can consider almost 100 lots in this auction, including an Edwardian choker necklace on a grosgrain ribbon. The Edwardian style was popular in the early 1900s and was the last significant jewelry period to be named after a British monarch. Intricate filigree work resembling flowers or lace was a key characteristic, visible in the triangular details of the available lot. Several diamond wedding and engagement rings are offered as well.
Furniture items in the catalog include an early 20th-century Louis XVI-style commode. The sides of this piece each bear bronze panels showing allegorical scenes of mothers and children. It was modeled after the work of Claude Michel or Clodion, who was said to represent “the quintessence of the Rococo style.” A René Lalique “Druide” vase will be available as well. Made of opalescent white glass, this spherical piece is decorated with bulbous berries and crisscrossing branches in relief. To place a bid on any of these lots or to view the complete listings, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (26), Decorative Arts (84), Furniture (16), Jewelry (98), Asian Works of Art (16), Watches & Clocks (45), Collectibles (25)
# of Lots:316
Price Range:$150 - $500,000.
Interesting lots include:
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|Important Estate Diamond Necklace|| Estimate: |
|Audemars Piquet Royal Oak 15450OR|| Estimate: |
|French Louis XVI Style Marie Antoinette Commode|| Estimate: |
|Edwardian Design Diamond and 18K Necklace|| Estimate: |
|Rene Lalique Druide Vase|| Estimate: |
|Gabor F. Peterdi, American (1915–2001)|| Estimate: |