A pear-shaped diamond ring by Hemmerle is one of the highlights of Christie’s upcoming Magnificent Jewels auction. Hemmerle, a German family-run jewelry company, is known for its innovative creations and craftsmanship. Established in 1893, it was founded by brothers Joseph and Anton Hemmerle when they took over a company that specialized in the production of medals and insignia. Another key lot is a 3.46-carat sapphire ring designed by Spaulding & Co. Designed to look like a flower, it features a cushion mixed-cut sapphire surrounded by old-cut diamonds. Executed around 1900, the piece is signed by Spaulding & Co.
One of the top lots in the sale is a fuchsia rose ring with VVS1 clarity. The offered piece weighs 8.82 carats and features a brilliant cut and purple-pink hue. It is framed by two 0.61-carat pear-shaped diamonds on either side. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Christie’s.
Lot Categories:Jewelry (72)
# of Lots:72
Price Range:$15,000 - $6,000,000
Interesting lots include:
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|The Fuchsia Rose A Rare Colored Diamond And Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|An Impressive Colored Diamond And Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
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