The Fine Jewelry department handles jewelry from individuals, estates and institutions spanning the 19th century to the modern day. Our auctions showcase works…
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How charming is this yellow gold and Essex crystal bracelet?! Essex crystal is a very recognizable Victorian aesthetic, which became popular during the mid-19th century. Essex crystal pieces are formed from a rock crystal cabochon (polished domes of rock crystal with a flat base), an image or motif is then reverse carved into the flat base, and then painted, to give them impression of a three dimensional object or image encapsulated in the cabochon when viewed from above.
Taking fringe to a whole new level: diamond fringe! A true showstopper 😍. Lot 23 in Monday's Important Jewelry sale contains 31 round brilliant cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.20 carats total and 159 baguette cut diamonds weighing approximately 14.50 carats total. Don't forget to register early for the sale!
Hindman’s September 13 Fine & Important Jewelry auction features a wide selection of diamond rings, as well as antique keepsakes, signed pieces by Verdura, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Bvlgari and Buccellati as well as colored gemstone and diamond jewelry. Featured: Lot 98 | A SPECTACULAR DIAMOND RING, BY TAFFIN | $250,000-$350,000