In the upcoming sale, Alex Cooper Auctioneers will present items from a Native American collection with an emphasis on decorative art and jewelry pieces. A Brutalist domed diamond brooch is one of the featured lots. Produced in 1960, this 18-karat yellow gold brooch is decorated with 14 prong-set diamonds in the Brutalist style. Brutalist jewelry became popular in the 1950s and is characterized by its combination of rough, unfinished surfaces and unusual shapes. Collectors can also find antique pieces such as a 2.90-carat diamond bar pin. The pin invokes the style of the Victorian era, defined by the rule of Queen Victoria between 1837 and 1901. At that time, simplistic and sleek designs dominated the jewelry world. Five prong-set diamonds accent the available lot.
Also on offer is an 18-karat sapphire ring. This piece highlights two round-cut diamonds and a 5.59-carat unheated Burmese sapphire. A GIA-certified vintage natural pearl necklace and an Italian pave bracelet will come to auction as well. Register to bid for these items online by visiting Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (98), Furniture (14), Jewelry (190), American Indian & Ethnographic (14), Collectibles (51)
# of Lots:372
Price Range:$125 - $15,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|An Unheated Burmese Sapphire & Diamond Ring in 18K||
|An 18K Italian Aldo Wide Link Diamond Pave Bracelet||
|A 2.35ct Round Diamond Ring with Sapphires in 14K||
|An 18K Vintage Natural Pearl Necklace with GIA Cert||
|A 2.90 ctw Ladies Diamond Enamel Bar Pin||
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Natural Pearl
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