The Etruscan civilization populated ancient Etruria and the neighboring territories around the sixth century BCE. It was known for its highly skilled artisans and jewelry making techniques. Etruscan jewelry is characterized by its detailed gold depictions of animals and symbols. The upcoming auction of Estate Jewelry, Fine Art, & Collectibles, presented by Kodner Galleries, features a large Etruscan-style pendant in 18-karat yellow gold. The vintage piece is embellished with figural carvings of winged goats and birds and is granulated throughout. It weighs approximately 57 grams.
Another lot of interest is a women’s Patek Philippe Flame bracelet watch encrusted with diamonds around the bezel and strap. Patek Phillipe has developed many innovations in the watchmaking industry and holds a historical record for the world’s most expensive steel wristwatch. Other lots in the auction include decorative art, furniture, and fine art. Visit Bidsquare to find more information and to register to bid.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (37), Decorative Arts (70), Furniture (33), Jewelry (84), Asian Works of Art (23), Watches & Clocks (11), Collectibles (48)
# of Lots:312
Price Range:$50 - $150,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Vintage Etruscan Style 18K and Carnelian Pendant|| Estimate: |
|Lady's Patek Philippe La Flame 4816 Watch|| Estimate: |
|EGL 15.01 Carat Diamond and Platinum Ring|| Estimate: |
|Patek Philippe Nautilus 5990/1A-001|| Estimate: |
|GIA Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond and 18K Ring|| Estimate: |