Hindman’s upcoming auction consists entirely of jewelry and watches. The lot with the highest estimated value in this auction is a yellow diamond, platinum, and gold ring. The Gemological Institute of America notes that the diamond in this ring has a very good polish and symmetry. A necklace, bracelet, and matching pair of ear clips set all in 18 karat yellow gold and diamond parure is another notable piece in this auction. The set was produced by Buccellati Inc., an Italian jewelry and watch company.
One of the most affordable lots in the auction is a pair of 14 karat yellow gold badges for members of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America. Dated 1906 and 1923 respectively, these two badges were owned by Frances Lord Blatchford of Massachusetts and Barbara Blatchford Fowler of Connecticut. Membership in the organization is restricted to women who have a documented bloodline to citizens of America’s original colonies.
Bidders should keep in mind that many lots available in this auction are expected to sell for six-figures, with the highest estimated value set at $320,000 (USD). However, emerging collectors can still find pieces at a more modest price point. Register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Jewelry (541)
# of Lots:541
Price Range:$100 to $320,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Exceptional Fancy Yellow Diamond, Platinum and Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|An 18 Karat Yellow Gold and Diamond Parure, Mario Buccellati,|| Estimate: |
|A Yellow Gold, Kashmir Sapphire and Diamond Ring,|| Estimate: |
|An Art Nouveau 14 Karat Bicolor Gold Mirrored Locket/Pendant, Henrik Wigstrom,|| Estimate: |
|A Pair of 14 Karat Yellow Gold and Polychrome Enamel 'National Society of The Colonial Dames of America' Badges, Bailey Banks and Biddle,|| Estimate: |