The Cartier luxury jewelry house was founded with the belief that “not everything in the contemporary world is machinism and mass consumption.” This concept was maintained throughout the 20th century, as many Cartier designs drew inspiration from nature, animals, and flowers. Highlighted in the upcoming Jewelry Online auction, presented by Doyle, is an 18-karat gold bangle bracelet from Cartier. The piece is signed and the inner circumference is slightly more than six inches.
Another featured item is a butterfly pendant-necklace by Angela Cummings and Tiffany & Co. In 1967, Cummings began designing for Tiffany & Co. She became one of the company’s most prominent designers and a leading figure for jewelry design in the 1980s and 1990s. Inspired by nature, her works often incorporate ginkgo leaves, shells, feathers, spiderwebs, and flowers. Another Tiffany & Co. item available in this sale is a gold tie bar and money clip. Beyond the jewelry pieces, the auction also includes furniture and collectibles. Explore the full catalog and register to bid on the Doyle website.
# of Lots:247
Price Range:$150 - $4,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Long Gold and Diamond Curb-Link Chain Necklace||
|Gold Tie Bar, Tiffany & Co., and Money Clip||
|Gold 'Love' Bangle Bracelet, Cartier||
|Three Gold and Enamel Band Rings, Tiffany & Co., and Band Ring, Cartier||
|Gold and Diamond Butterfly Pendant-Necklace, Tiffany & Co., Angela Cummings||
- Bracelets & Bangles
- Brooches & Pins
- Angela Cummings
- Tiffany & Co
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