Tiffany & Co. opened their first store in 1837 in New York. They were soon known for bringing luxury diamonds and fashionable jewelry to the American people. In 1886, Tiffany & Co. introduced a six-prong engagement ring setting that allowed the diamond to seemingly float above the band. Showcased in the first session of the upcoming Premier Auctions event, presented by Brunk Auctions, is a Tiffany & Co. 4.71-carat diamond ring. This size 5 ¾ engagement ring features one round diamond with two long hexagonal and six step-cut diamonds. It is stamped “PLAT, Tiffany & Co.”
Several Rolex pieces are also highlighted. Since 1905, Rolex has been a premier Swiss luxury watch manufacturer. One Rolex watch available in this auction is an Oyster Perpetual Datejust. It features diamond hour marks, gold-tone hands, and a date window. The bezel has 40 brilliant-cut diamonds with single-cut diamonds on the band. It is stamped “8470, Geneve, Rolex SA, 750, Swiss Made, 18K.” Visit Bidsquare to view the full catalog and register to bid.
# of Lots:224
Price Range:$25 - $34,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Tiffany & Co. 4.71ct. Diamond Ring||
|3.66tcw. Natural Yellow Diamond Earrings||
|Rolex 18kt. Diamond Watch||
|Tiffany & Co. 18kt. Pocket Watch||
|Hearts on Fire 18kt. Diamond Ring||
|Pair of German Silver Serving Dishes||
- Brooches & Pins
- Decorative Arts
- Loose Diamonds and Gemstones
- Necklaces & Pendants
- Watches & Clocks
- Tiffany & Co.
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