90 Press Releases

Tag: Jewelry

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    Spring Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction

    The Spring Premiere Furniture & Decorative Arts Auction showcases jewelry, firearms, collectibles, and more. Leading this auction, offered by O’Gallerie, is a men’s diamond and 14-karat gold solitaire ring. This size 11 ¼ yellow gold ring features an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.85 carats. An emerald, diamond, and 18-karat…

    CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PHOENIX PORCELAIN JAR
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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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    The Nancy Glenn Couture Closet

    Nancy Glenn was the successful owner of an interior design company based in Sausalito, California. An avid collector and philanthropist, Glenn had a particular interest in Hermès scarves and other pieces of “wearable art.” After her passing in 2019, Glenn’s family brings many items from her collection to auction through…

    Diamond & 18k gold solitaire ring
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    The Mollie Brewster Broussard Collection: Part II

    The second session of the Mollie Brewster Broussard Collection event, offered by Doyle, presents a Chanel Chevron Flap Bag as one of the leading lots. French fashion designer Coco Chanel worked to create innovative accessory designs during the early 20th century. While her company began producing bags in 1910, the…

    The Mollie Brewster Broussard Collection- Part II
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    Timeless Taxco

    American-born silver designer William Spratling came to be known as the “Father of Mexican Silver” due to his contributions to the Mexican silver industry. One of the leading lots in the upcoming Timeless Taxco auction, to be presented by John Moran Auctioneers, is an 18-karat gold beaded necklace designed by Spratling. The necklace…

    A Fred Davis Silver And Amethyst Cuff Bracelet
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    Important Illustration, Chinese Artwork, Jewelry & Fine Art Auction

    Known best as a contemporary artist of the American West, Dave McGary was a Wyoming sculptor who committed countless hours of research into his work. McGary created his art by slowly layering pieces of clay to form his figures. He first sculpted his pieces by building a layer of muscle,…

    Zhan Jianjun (China, B. 1931)
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    Luxury Handbags from the Estate of Mary Max

    Doyle is offering the upcoming Luxury Handbags from the Estate of Mary Max auction in February. Mary Max was the wife of psychedelic artist and Pop Art icon Peter Max. Included in the auction are handbags that belonged to Mary Max, from Christian Dior to Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Highlighted…

    Two-Color Gold and Diamond Bangle Bracelet
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    Asian, Continental, Decorative & Fine Arts

    The works of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux contain both Realism and rhythm. His sculptures depicting a Chinese man are among his most famous works. The upcoming Asian, Continental, Decorative & Fine Arts auction, presented by Garth’s Auctioneers & Appraisers, offers a version of Carpeaux’s Le Chinois figure in terracotta. Conceived in 1872, the…

    SILK TABRIZ RUG.
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    Joshua Kodner Fine Art

    Frederick Childe Hassam was a leading figure behind The Ten, a group that helped establish the American Impressionist movement in the early 20th century. Hassam’s works documented his travels to various cities and rural areas around the globe. Whether executed in watercolor, oil, or pastel, Hassam focused on the scenic…

    Childe Hassam (AMERICAN, 1859–1935)
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    Dogs in Art® & Sporting Art

    The upcoming Dogs in Art & Sporting Art auction, offered by Doyle, is scheduled to coincide with the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which is an all-breed conformation show held yearly in New York City. The show draws almost 3,000 dogs, thousands of people, and takes place over two days.…

    Thomas Blinks
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    Jewelry at Stair

    In 1916, the public got its first glimpse of Renault combat armored tanks. Louis Cartier was so impressed by the geometry of those tanks that it became his muse for a new line of men’s wristwatches. He designed the prototype in 1917, which quickly became popular. In the preface of…

    Reinstein Ross 22k Braided Gold and Aquamarine Ring
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    Winter Estates Auction Day 1

    Neal Auction Company will present a collection of 704 items with categories such as fine art, furniture, and jewelry in the upcoming Winter Estates Auction. The sale offers works by artists such as Robert Wadsworth Grafton, Ida Rittenberg Kohlmeyer, and James Campbell Moise. One of the featured lots depicts the…

    Gilt, Bisque and Glazed Porcelain Cachepot
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    Day 2: Luxury Estates and Private Collections

    The second session of the Luxury Estates and Private Collections auction, offered by Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, continues the offerings from day one with more works of fine and decorative art, furnishings, jewelry, and antiques. One of the top lots up for bid is a Model B grand piano by…

    Danish Modern style birch wood pendant light
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    Day 1: Luxury Estates and Private Collections

    The first day of the Luxury Estates and Private Collections auction, offered by Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, will include works of fine and decorative art as well as furnishings, jewelry, and antiques. Among the key lots in this auction is a carved wood sculpture of a nude woman by Francisco…

    Richard Ritter signed art glass, 'YC-189', ca 1989
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    English, French Antiques & Estates Day 1

    Austin Auction Gallery offers a selection of English and French antiques during the first session of the upcoming two-day auction. A highlight of this first day is a jumper carousel horse by Charles Carmel, who was among the most prolific carvers of the era. Carmel carousel animals were highly decorated with…

    ENGLISH DELFT B&W CHINOISERIE CHARGER, 18TH C.
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    Asian Antiques, Fine Art, and a Palm Beach Estate

    The upcoming Asian Antiques, Fine Art, and a Palm Beach Estate auction offered by A.B.Levy’s features an array of furniture, clocks, Asian antiques, and jewelry. A key highlight of the auction is a pair of D-color diamond earrings. They bear round brilliant-cut diamonds mounted in platinum.  Another highlight of the…

    FINE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND "FROG" BROOCH
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    Furniture, Fine Art, Jewelry and Timepieces, Asian Art

    Alexandrite, a gemstone discovered in Russia, was named after the country’s Tsar Alexander II. Most alexandrite deposits were exhausted by the end of the 1900s, making the uncommon gem a prized possession among the Russian royalty. Highlighted in the upcoming Furniture, Fine Art, Jewelry and Timepieces, Asian Art auction, offered…

    A MEISSEN PORCELAIN ALLEGORICAL FIGURE OF NIGHT
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    Jewelry & Watches Auction

    The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches, Audemars Piguet, is best known for creating the world's first minute-repeating movement for wristwatches in 1892. One of their notable collections introduced in 1995 was the Millenary. An off-centered dial and balance wheel are some of the chief characteristics of this collection. The upcoming Jewelry & Watches Auction…

    BRACELET. 18K YELLOW, WHITE AND PINK GOLD
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    The New Year's Weekend Gallery Auction

    In the early 18th century, Spanish master Francisco Goya created Los Caprichos, a satire of his contemporary society. Goya’s body of work was withdrawn from public sale and published as an album in 1799. Almost two centuries later, in the mid-1970s, Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí offered his interpretation of Goya’s work in the…

    Eickholt, Art Glass Vase
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    Watches, Jewelry, Fine Art, Antiques And Midcentury Modern

    In 1976, Patek Philippe, one of the most esteemed luxury wristwatch brands, introduced the Nautilus to the market. The shape of the watch was unprecedented, using an octagon bezel and curved edges. The name, Nautilus, comes from the submarine described in Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. An…

    Breguet 18kt Le Reveil du Tsar, 5707