The upcoming Brunk Auctions event features several David Webb jewelry pieces. One highlight is an 18-karat yellow gold Leopard cuff from David Webb’s famous animal-inspired Kingdom Collection. The cuff features pear-cut cabochon emeralds. In the words of David Webb, his Kingdom Collection “unleashes a near-obsession with whatever could fly, crawl, swim or run.”
A ring by Pat Flynn is another leading piece of custom-made jewelry. The hand-forged diamond and tanzanite ring features 18-karat white and yellow gold with iron. For these bold-colored textured jewelry pieces, Flynn drew inspiration from childhood memories. Showcased timepieces include a Rolex 18-karat gold Day-Date wristwatch made around 1957. The Rolex Oyster Perpetual was the first self-winding watch to display the full date and day on its dial. The wristwatch also has a fluted bezel and bracelet of semi-circular links.
For numismatic collectors, the auction presents a set of 11 George V gold sovereigns struck in Great Britain during the start of World War I. The George V coins were the only coins minted by all six Royal Mint branches. These coins were the last circulated British gold coins until 1932, after which Britain discontinued the gold standard. Sterling silver lots include a Shrubsole English silver flatware set, a Reed & Barton Hampton Court tea service, and Kahlo silverware. Interested collectors can explore the entire catalog and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:336
Price Range:$300 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|6.27ct. fancy light yellow diamond.|| Estimate: |
|David Webb 18kt. leopard cuff bracelet.|| Estimate: |
|Rolex 18kt. day-date watch.|| Estimate: |
|11 George V gold sovereigns|| Estimate: |
|18kt., iron and gemstone ring by Pat Flynn.|| Estimate: |
|Reed & Barton Hampton Court Sterling tea service.|| Estimate: |