Although the American gold dollar coin was proposed several times during the 1830s and 1840s, it was authorized in 1849 only after the California Gold Rush increased the supply. However, the gold dollar became a rarity owing to the American Civil War and the consequent economic crisis. One of the key lots in the upcoming Jewelry Online auction, offered by Doyle, is an 1853 U.S. two-dollar gold coin presented with a group of unmounted diamonds. Included in the lot are oval, round, and old European-cut gems. Another numismatic highlight of the sale is a US Liberty coin pendant with a chain necklace and bracelet, all made of gold.
An available set of 34 finger rings was designed with hardstone and synthetic stones set in yellow and white gold. Also featured is an Asprey textured gold container accented with flowers along the rim. The UK-based retailer of jewelry and lifestyle goods traditionally draws inspiration from the blooms in English gardens, including daisies and sunflowers. A set of dual-colored gold, diamond, and black enamel earrings and a matching pendant from La Nouvelle Bague is highlighted as well. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Doyle.
Lot Categories:Jewelry (281)
# of Lots:281
Price Range:$100 - $9,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Group of Unmounted Diamonds and United States Gold Coin|| Estimate: |
|Gold and United States 'Liberty' Coin Pendant with Gold Chain Necklace and Bracelet|| Estimate: |
|Thirty Four Gold, White Gold, Low Karat Gold, Hardstone and Synthetic Stone Rings|| Estimate: |
|Asprey Gold Container|| Estimate: |
|La Nouvelle Bague Two-Color Gold, Diamond and Black Enamel Earrings and Pendant|| Estimate: |