Thursday, June 11, 2015

Christie's, June 16th Important Jewels Auction, New York


Here is a look at some of my favorite pieces from the upcoming Christie's Important Jewels Auction in New York on June 16th.

Lot 118: A FINE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING
(Set with a cushion-cut sapphire, weighing approximately 9.97 carats, to the circular-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum. With report CS 67160 dated 24 April 2015 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that it is the opinion of the Laboratory that the origin of this sapphire would be classified as Kashmir. No gemological evidence of heat; accompanied by a supplemental appendix attesting to the rarity of the sapphire, stating that the sapphire also possesses a high clarity and a very deep, richly saturated 'Royal Blue' color. In honor of this gem's rarity it has been named The Majestic Blue

With report 15045019 dated 6 May 2015 from the Gübelin Gem Lab stating that gemmological testing revealed characteristics consistent with those of sapphires originating from Kashmir. No indications of heating; accompanied by a supplemental appendix attesting to the rarity of the sapphire)
Lot 227: AN ART DECO DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE
(Suspending a detachable pear-shaped diamond, weighing approximately 16.24 carats, from a single-cut diamond line, to the old-mine cut diamond neckchain, mounted in platinum, circa 1920,16 3/4 ins., With report 5171120299 dated 24 April 2015 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is D color, Internally Flawless clarity

Accompanied by a supplemental letter from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond has been determined to be a Type IIa diamond. Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency. Type IIa diamonds were first identified as originating from India (particularly from the Golconda region) but have since been recovered in all major diamond-producing regions of the world. Among famous gem diamonds, the 530.20 carat Cullinan I and the 105.60 carat Koh-i-noor, are examples of Type IIa)
Lot 204: A GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY EVENING BAG, BY JUDITH LEIBER
Lot 194: AN ART DECO DIAMOND, EMERALD AND SAPPHIRE BRACELET
Lot 188: A PAIR OF COLORED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS
Lot 143: A PURPLE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING
Lot 113: A COLORED DIAMOND RING
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Bezel-set with a cushion-cut fancy brown-orange diamond, weighing approximately 7.03 carats, mounted in 18k rose gold;With report 5172056441 dated 9 March 2015 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy brown-orange, natural color, VS1 clarity)
Lot 107:A DIAMOND AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL "CAMÈLIA" BANGLE WATCH, BY CHANEL
Lot 90: A COLORED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING, BY TIFFANY & CO.
Lot 61: A SET OF DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRY, BY PALOMA PICASSO, TIFFANY & CO.
Lot 55: A COLORED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE

Lot 52: AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND ENAMEL DESK CLOCK, BY CARTIER
Lot 49: AN ART DECO DIAMOND BRACELET
Lot 45: AN ART DECO DIAMOND WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER
Lot 42: AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND BROOCH
Lot 40: AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND BAR BROOCH
Lot 30: A DIAMOND STAR PENDANT NECKLACE, BY TIFFANY & CO.
Lot 23: AN ORANGE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING
Lot 17: A GROUP OF FOUR MULTI-GEM AND GOLD BRACELETS, BY TIFFANY & CO.
Lot 13: A GROUP OF MULTI-GEM CUFFLINKS AND DRESS SETS
*Great gift idea for Father's Day

Lot 34: A DIAMOND, CHALCEDONY AND SPESSARTITE GARNET "FERIALE" BRACELET, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

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