Founded by Constantine Sotirios Boulgaris in 1884, Bvlgari is one of Italy’s oldest jewelry houses. Since its inception, the brand drew inspiration from both the Roman and Greek periods and the Italian Renaissance. In the mid-1950s, Bvlgari introduced a jewelry line using a wide range of color combinations and gemstones, whether cabochon or calibré-cut. Inspired by cupolas of Roman landscapes, the cabochon became a hallmark of the brand. A Bvlgari brooch is leading the catalog of the upcoming sale, offered by Kodner Galleries. This piece is made of 18-karat yellow gold with an oval cabochon star sapphire in the center, surrounded by alternating Ceylon sapphires and Burma rubies.
Several pieces of furniture will also be presented at this event. Highlighted among them is a Cityscape credenza from Paul Evans. An American furniture designer, sculptor, and artist, Evans was known for his contributions to the American Craft Movement. Inspired by the Manhattan skyline, the Cityscape credenza features a hand laid patchwork of chrome and brass. Fine art collectors can find two spray paintings after the style of Bansky. To view the complete catalog and register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (36), 20th Century (16), Decorative Arts (54), Furniture (10), Jewelry (87), Asian Works of Art (22), Collectibles (47)
# of Lots:284
Price Range:$50 - $120,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Important Bulgari Gemstone Brooch|| Estimate: |
|Cartier Diamond and 18K Earrings|| Estimate: |
|Paul Evans, American (1931 - 1987)|| Estimate: |
|Antonio Borsato Gypsy Camp Group|| Estimate: |
|After: Banksy, British (Born 1974)|| Estimate: |