In the upcoming Property of an Iconic Industrialist auction, a selection of jewelry, fine and decorative art, and collectibles can be found. At the center of the auction is a no-heat Burmese ruby and diamond ring. Burmese rubies are considered the rarest and most valuable rubies with colors ranging from pink-red to blood red. The central 10.50-carat gem is surrounded by smaller diamonds that wrap halfway around the band. A painting by Henri Charles Manguin can also be found in this event, presented by Joshua Kodner. Manguin was a French artist known for his association with Post-Impressionism and Fauvism. His 1917 painting titled Nu assis sur un divan a l’Orientale (Nude Sitting on the Oriental Couch) is featured in this event.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir was a leader in the Impressionism movement. His 1903-1904 oil painting, Portrait De Jeune Femme (Portrait of a Young Woman), is included in the auction. Other offered items include a Cartier Panther onyx watch, a Russian Malachite and gilt-bronze center table, and a pair of German World War II range finder binoculars. Visit Bidsquare to view the entire collection and register to bid.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (41), Decorative Arts (75), Furniture (13), Jewelry (166), Couture & Textiles (9)
# of Lots:391
Price Range:$100 - $1,200,000.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|10.50ct NO-HEAT BURMA Ruby And 1.60ct Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|Henri Charles Manguin (FRENCH, 1874–1949)|| Estimate: |
|Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)|| Estimate: |
|Cartier Panther Onyx Watch Retail 100,000|| Estimate: |
|Russian Malachite and Gilt-Bronze Center Table|| Estimate: |
|German WWII 12x60 Range Finder Binoculars|| Estimate: |