The upcoming Fine French Furniture & Decoration, Jewelry and Coins auction, offered by Kodner Galleries, will include an example of the Nautilus, the first sports watch designed by Patek Philippe. Launched in 1976, the Nautilus was marketed as the world’s most expensive steel watch. This watch impacted the jewelry industry by creating the first luxury sports watch, which has since become a market staple.
The auction also features a variety of jewelry pieces, including an Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet bearing 45 graduated baguette-cut diamonds. An emerald, diamond, and platinum ring with an old European cut diamond in the center is also highlighted in the sale. Beyond jewelry, this auction will present French furniture items, including a mid-20th century mahogany and gilt-bronze commode. Coins, sculptures, clocks, and paintings will also be offered. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (153), Fine Art (25), 20th- Century (1), Furniture (1), Jewelry (78), Asian Works of Art (3), Watches & Clocks (4), Collectibles (30), Couture & Textiles (7), American Indian & Ethnographic (1)
# of Lots:310
Price Range:$50 - $70,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Bracelet||
|French Louis XVI Style Commode||
|Rolex GMT Master II||
|1879-CC Morgan Dollar||
|Vintage 27 pc Ralph Lauren Bone China||
- 20th Century
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Asian Works Of Art
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Watches & Clocks
- Art Deco
- diamond rings
- French furniture
- Kodner Galleries
- Patek Philippe
- Sports Watches
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