The upcoming Fine Jewelry, Luxury Accessories, Sterling Silver, Coins, Currency & Militia auction, presented by Alex Cooper, will offer a GIA certified ring in 18-karat white and rose gold. Featuring a marquise-shaped diamond, the central yellow-green stone is surrounded by a circle of pink and white diamonds.
Established in 1847, Cartier is one of the oldest luxury jewelry brands in the industry. Its pieces have been worn by many notable patrons, including Princess Mathilde, Queen Elizabeth II, and Elisabeth of Belgium. This auction will feature jewelry items by Cartier and several other luxury jewelers. Over 400 available lots include antique and contemporary watches, earrings, pendants, and rings. A sapphire and diamond link necklace is particularly highlighted. The necklace is made of yellow gold and has a slightly tapered curb. To view the complete catalog and register to bid for these items online, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Jewelry (192), Necklaces & Pendants (26), Rings (73), Decorative Arts (52), Couture & Textiles (11), Collectibles (139), Holiday (24)
# of Lots:419
Price Range:$20 - $40,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|A Rare GIA Certified Green Diamond Ring in 18K||
|A 2.05ct Diamond Engagement Ring by Tacori||
|A Ladies Sapphire & Diamond Necklace in 18K||
|A Cartier Diamond Juste un Clou Bracelet in 18K||
|Seven-Piece Portuguese Silver Tea & Coffee Service||
- Books, Manuscripts & Archives
- Camera & Electronics
- Coins, Currency & Stamps
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Handbags & Purses
- Historical & Political Memorabilia
- Necklaces & Pendants
- Silver & Vertu
- Women's Clothing & Accessories
- Engagement Ring
- GIA Certified
- Green Diamond
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