Freeman’s Announces Luxe Sale Featuring Pieces from Rolex, Omega, Tiffany & Co., and Acclaimed Brazilian Jeweler Haroldo Burle Marx
On Thursday, August 20th, Freeman’s will hold its Luxe: Boutique Jewels auction. It is the latest in Freeman’s online Luxe Sale Series, which aims to bring high-end jewelry and lifestyle objects to beginning and lifelong collectors alike.
The 158-lot sale features diamond, colored gemstone, gold, and signed jewelry spanning 100 years of design. Makers such as Tiffany & Co., Buccellati, Hermés, and more are represented. Gentlemen’s and ladies’ wristwatches by Rolex, Omega, and Breitling will be offered, as well as twenty exemplary pieces by Brazilian jeweler Haroldo Burle Marx.
Luxe Sales Make Luxury Goods Accessible
Freeman’s online Luxe Sale Series allows bidders from across the globe to compete for jewelry, watches, handbags, and other designer pieces. Introduced in 2020, the series is set to be a mainstay in Freeman’s sales calendar.
Younger buyers enthusiastic about luxury items will find pieces that set a high benchmark in their growing collections. From a ruby and eighteen karat gold ring by Angela Cummings (Lot 27; $2,500-3,500) to a stainless steel Seamaster wristwatch with a green dial by Omega (Lot 86; $500-700), there are pieces for emerging collectors with different interests and price ranges in mind.
Gold Rings and Pendants Travel from Brazil to Your Home Collection
This auction will feature a collection of twenty pieces by the Brazilian Modernist jeweler, Haroldo Burle Marx. The collection of carved tourmalines, topazes, garnets, and more, set in eighteen karat gold, were hand-selected by the proprietor, Mr. Charles F. May.
May’s career as a flight attendant often brought him to Brazil. There, he developed a deep admiration for gemstones and built a relationship with Haroldo Burle Marx. Now, Freeman’s is proud to present twenty pieces (Lots 53-72) of custom-made jewels from this impressive collection.
Known for his free form carved gemstones and uniquely delicate patinas, Haroldo Burle Marx’s Modernist designs are unmistakable. The jeweler, recognized internationally for his innovative lapidary techniques, distinct aesthetics and fine craftsmanship, is widely considered one of Brazil’s finest jewelers.
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