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Tag: Bulgari

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    Antiques & Modern from Estates & Collections

    Kawai Musical Instruments, founded by Koichi Kawai, is a well-known piano manufacturing company in Japan. Kawai lived beside reed organ builder Torakusu Yamaha and worked under him as an apprentice. After Yamaha’s death and the diversification of the Yamaha Corporation, Kawai started his own company. The upcoming New Haven Auctions…

    Rare Carlo Mollino Theater Chair
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    Select Antique Jewelry & Watches

    American designer and jeweler David Webb is best known for his sculptural animal motifs and his use of textured gold, colored gemstones, and carved rock. In his early career, Webb made weekly visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he was inspired by the goldwork of the ancient world.…

    Diafini Ruby Tsavorite Gold Strawberry Brooch Pin
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    Estate Jewelry, Art & Collectibles

    Founded by Constantine Sotirios Boulgaris in 1884, Bvlgari is one of Italy’s oldest jewelry houses. Since its inception, the brand drew inspiration from both the Roman and Greek periods and the Italian Renaissance. In the mid-1950s, Bvlgari introduced a jewelry line using a wide range of color combinations and gemstones,…

    Important Bulgari Gemstone Brooch
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    Oil on canvas still life painting by Russian artist Nicolai Fechin (1881-1955) brings $262,500 at Andrew Jones Auctions

    Bidding for the circa 1925 painting, titled Still life with flowers and fruit, opened above the high estimate and quickly climbed to its final selling price. Oil on canvas painting by Nicolai Fechin (Russian, 1881-1955), titled Still life with flowers and fruit (circa 1925), signed lower right, 20 inches by…

    Oil on canvas still life painting by Russian artist Nicolai Fechin (1881-1955) brings $262,500 at Andrew Jones Auctions
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    Jewels Online

    Since 1977, Joel Arthur Rosenthal (JAR) has produced around 70 to 80 pieces of jewelry a year, each of them one of a kind. Referred to as the “Fabergé of our times,” JAR’s pieces have been worn by such style icons as Elizabeth Taylor, Elle Macpherson, Barbara Walters, and Princess…

    LAPIS LAZULI AND DIAMOND EARRINGS
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    115-Carat Diamond Could Fetch $7 Million At Christie’s New York Auction

    115.8-carat pear-shaped, F color, VVS1 diamond suspended as a pendant on a necklace with an estimate ... [+] CHRISTIE'S Christie’s New York Magnificent Jewels sale will be the first live jewelry auction from a major auction house in New York since the novel coronavirus pandemic made its way to North America. It’s…

    115-Carat Diamond Could Fetch $7 Million At Christies New York Auction
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    Magnificent Jewels

    Innovating many notable jewelry designs since 1896, Van Cleef & Arpels has long been known for its minimalistic style. Their jewelry has been worn by style icons such as Farah Pahlavi, the Duchess of Windsor, Grace Kelly, and Elizabeth Taylor, among others. A Ludo Hexagone bracelet from Van Cleef &…

    SPINEL AND DIAMOND RING
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    New York Jewels

    The velvet blue Kashmir sapphire was first found in the 18th century and is among the most highly-valued sapphires on the market today. Kashmir sapphires were discovered in the Himalayan mountains at a height of 4,500 meters. Mining operations from 1882 to 1887 led to the discovery of high-quality large…

    A GROUP OF GEM-SET JEWELRY
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    Most Wanted

    The Ballon Bleu de Cartier wristwatch combines Cartier’s signature jewelry designs and intricate watchmaking techniques. Launched in 2007, the Ballon Bleu de Cartier is a favorite among celebrities and royals such as Kate Middleton. The Ballon Bleu gets its name from its two prominent features: the blue sapphire cabochon set…

    18k Gold, Enamel & Diamonds Ring
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    Watches Online: The Essential Collection

    At the 2005 Baselworld Show, Patek Philippe launched ref. 5078—  a minute repeater watch— to update its ref. 3979. Its double-gong chiming mechanism marks the hours, quarter hours, and minutes. The ref. 5078 was initially offered in a platinum case with a white enamel dial, but in 2010, the brand…

    DE BETHUNE, KIND OF GOLD, TITANIUM & 18K ROSE GOLD, REF. DB28BRUS, LIMITED EDITION OF 10
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    Antiques from Estates and Collections

    New Haven Auctions presents fine and decorative art, along with jewelry and ethnographic pieces, in the upcoming Antiques from Estates and Collections auction. Several featured lots come from the estate of anthropologists and food historians Michael and Sophie Coe. This includes Red Zhong Kui, an ink-on-paper work by 20th-century Chinese…

    Old Master Portrait of a Lady
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    Fine Jewelry

    In 1822, Howard Carter and his team discovered the tomb of King Tutankhamen and all the treasures that lay inside. This discovery prompted a new interest in Egyptian jewelry. Brands such as Cartier, Tiffany & Co., and Van Cleef & Arpels began making Egyptian-style pieces, also known as Egyptian revival…

    Gold, Enamel and Diamond Fish Clip-Brooch
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    Estate Jewelry, Fine Art & Collectibles

    When Michael Beaudry started his jewelry, timepieces, and décor brand, he intended to focus his attention on the natural beauty of the stones. Today, Beaudry’s jewels have been worn by the likes of Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Barbara Streisand, Katherine Heigl, and Michelle Trachtenberg. Featured in the upcoming Estate Jewelry, Fine…

    Patek Philippe Nautilus 5980-1R-001
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    Auction VIII- A Collection of Fine Jewelry

    Art Deco emerged in 1925 as a result of the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris. Jewelry made in the Art Deco era was typically fashioned in either white gold or platinum, arranged in simple shapes and clean lines. Pavé settings became popular during this time…

    18K Gold Rubies Diamonds Bangle Bracelet
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    Jewels & Precious Objects

    Sautoir necklaces were first worn among the English nobility in the 17th century but did not reach the rest of the populace until the Art Deco period. These long necklaces sometimes measured over four feet long and were designed to match the flapper dresses of the 1920s. A multi-colored sapphire…

    Suite of Modernist coral and gold jewelry
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    Jewels Online Sale

    An Adler necklace and earrings set with a mix of 178 round diamonds and 618 round pink sapphires is one of the key lots in the upcoming Jewels Online sale, presented by Christie's. Another lot of interest is a pair of colored diamond earrings, each set with a rectangular yellow…

    RUBY AND COLOURED SAPPHIRE EAR CLIPS
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    Fine Jewelry

    Popularly known as tanzanite, the blue and violet variety of zoisite is found exclusively in Tanzania. The gemstone came to be named after the country where it was discovered. A platinum Cartier ring set with an oval tanzanite stone is one of the highlights of Doyle’s upcoming Fine Jewelry auction.…

    Gold, Platinum, Carved Coral and Diamond Turtle Clip-Brooch
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    Friday Night Jewels Month-long Online Auction #23155

    Boucheron, a multinational jewelry brand, was founded in 1858. The jewelry house was among the first to explore techniques such as plique-à-jour enamel and various combinations of gold and steel, winning it a gold medal at the Paris International Exhibition in 1867. The company’s clientele includes the British Royal Family,…

    Diamond, Enamel, Platinum, Gold Earrings, David Webb
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    Fine Jewels

    Dating back to the Edwardian era, bombé rings have a distinct dome shape. The name originates from the French word for 'bomb' and aptly describes the rounded style of the ring. It gained popularity in the mid-20th century as a coveted engagement band. A diamond bombé ring by Graff is…

    AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING, SCHLUMBERGER FOR TIFFANY & CO.
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    Estate Of A Palm Beach Stock Broker

    Henry Dunay entered the jewelry industry at the age of 14 when he apprenticed for a New York goldsmith. Working on his passion for years, he sought to become an influential jewelry maker. In 1956, Dunay started his own company and began designing and selling his jewelry designs. A pair…

    BURMESE RUBY RING WITH DIAMONDS