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Christie’s sells The Fortune Pink for 28 million




Pink likes it, but it hasn’t hit a record. All as in the forecasts at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels auction in Geneva. The most anticipated piece, The Fortune Pink, an 18.18-carat pear-shaped vivid pink diamond, sold for 28,438,500 Swiss francs. It is the largest pink diamond ever sold at auction, but it did not reach the highest price of the estimate, which reached 35 million. However, the sale remains a success. In total, Christie’s sold lots for 56.6 million francs. Another highlight was a 101.27-carat unmounted diamond, which sold for 2.9 million francs.

Fortune Pink, diamante rosa vivido fantasia da 18,18 carat
Fortune Pink, diamante rosa vivido fantasia da 18,18 carat

Geneva Luxury sales offered 572 lots, with collectors from 50 countries active during live sales. The second half of this memorable week will continue at New York’s Rockefeller Plaza, where 150 masterpieces from the Paul G Allen Collection will be offered Wednesday and Thursday, which are expected to make $ 1 billion (£ 880 million), all estate proceeds from the sale. it will be dedicated to philanthropy, according to the wishes of Mr. Allen.
Rahul Kadakia, international manager of Christie’s Jewelery

Rahul-Kadakia durante un'asta di Christie's
Rahul-Kadakia durante un’asta di Christie’s

Other results from the Geneva auction: a Graff diamond ring weighing 41.36 carats was sold for 3.6 million, a rivière diamond necklace from the collection of Lord and Lady Weinstock found a buyer for 869,400 francs. It should be noted, according to Christie’s, that 50% of the active collectors at the four live auctions were new, mostly millennials. In total the auctions amounted to 113,482,763 francs, with a combined sales rate of 98%.
Anello con diamante di 41,36 carati di Graff
Anello con diamante di 41,36 carati di Graff

Collana rivière di diamanti
Collana rivière di diamanti

The Fortune Pink montato su anello
The Fortune Pink montato su anello







The extra large luxury of Chatila

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One of the most exclusive jewelery brands in the world is Chatila. The Maison was founded in 1860 and has remained a family-run business, with the founder’s grandchildren actively involved in the day-to-day running of the company. Chatila works in between Geneva and London but, in reality, the jewels are designed in Italy and Paris, even if the gems are then mounted on the final jewel by the craftsmen of the house. If you are looking for a Chatila boutique, try the most luxury shopping streets: there are showrooms in the most prestigious streets, such as Rue du Rhône in Geneva, Old Bond Street in London and Madison Avenue in New York.

Collana di diamanti con sette smeraldi colombiani da 4 a 23 carati
Collana di diamanti con sette smeraldi colombiani da 4 a 23 carati

The history of the Maison, however, does not begin in London, but in Birut, where the founder, George Chatila, opened his shop. It is now the third and fourth generation, Nicholas Chatila and his children, Marwan, Edward and Carlos, who own the business and continue in the footsteps of the founder. In 1983 the company moved to Switzerland. Today a flagship Chatila showroom on Rue du Rhône in Geneva, while the other main one is located in London’s Old Bond Street. A new showroom was opened in Riyadh in 2003 and another, in Doha in 2014.

Anello moi et toi in oro con diamanti fancy
Anello moi et toi in oro con diamanti fancy

Chatila’s specialty is super diamonds. It was among the first, among other things, to use large colored diamonds. Moreover, one of the few red diamonds in the world is by Chatila, The Flame of Argyle. All family members take part in the selection and evaluation process of unique and rare precious stones. An example of rarity is the ring with a 4.29 carat radiant cut chamaleon diamond. The definition of chamaleon refers to the fact that it is a very rare diamond with shades that change according to the intensity of the light that hits it. Also the person who will decides to buy it will probably change color when he will knows the price.

 

Collana di diamanti
Collana di diamanti

Collana con pendente composto da diamanti colorati di diverse tonalità: marrone-verde, marrone, arangio-giallo, arancio-marrone. Peso complessivo di 11,5 carati
Collana con pendente composto da diamanti colorati di diverse tonalità: marrone-verde, marrone, arangio-giallo, arancio-marrone. Peso complessivo di 11,5 carati
Parure di diamanti e smeraldi colombiani
Parure di diamanti e smeraldi colombiani
Anello con smeraldo colombiano di 17 carati e diamanti
Anello con smeraldo colombiano di 17 carati e diamanti
Collana con zaffiro pendente
Collana con zaffiro pendente






Ena Iro between gems and myths

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Lived and departed from Africa, the continent where the most ancient traces of humanity were found, Ena Iro acclimatized in Geneva, where she synthesized exotic art, not only African, with Western taste and, above all, with a refined aesthetic. The ethnic inspiration led the young designer to the heights of a jewelry that is never banal, never predictable, never boring. But that doesn’t mean bizarre. The first collections of Ena Iro represented a unicum, like the rings and bracelets of the Torii collection, made with intricate precious weaves inspired by the African culture Punu grafted with Japanese aesthetics.

Ena iro con orecchini in titanio della collezione Leizu: conosciuta anche come Xi Lingshi, è stata una leggendaria imperatrice cinese. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Ena Iro indossa orecchini in titanio della collezione Leizu: conosciuta anche come Xi Lingshi, è stata una leggendaria imperatrice cinese. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Years later, the designer takes advantage of her past experiences and proposes new jewels, which put large stones at the center, which accompany as many great ideas, with a style that is defined by the creator as ethereal but organic, simple but sophisticated, noble and elegant. Goals that are translated into practice by the new jewels that use titanium, with gems such as a pear-cut blue sapphire of over 25 carats, or with a 56-carat paraiba tourmaline. In short, art walks with the legs of the imagination, but looks with the eyes of luxury gems.
Anello con tormalina paraiba di 56 carati e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Anello con tormalina paraiba di 56 carati e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Gioielli delle collezioni di Ena Iro esposti a GemGèneve
Gioielli delle collezioni di Ena Iro esposti a GemGèneve
Ena Iro indossa una collana con diamante marquise
Ena Iro indossa una collana con diamante marquise

Anello con zaffiro rosa di 15 carati e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Anello con zaffiro rosa di 15 carati e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Anello con zaffiro di 25 carati su titanio. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Anello con zaffiro blu di 25 carati su titanio. Copyright: gioiellis.com







Filippo G&G, the reflections of shining

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Are you in love with gems? You should know Filippo Gay, who founded Filippo G&G in Geneva. The company was born with a history behind it: the family, of Turin origin, has been operating for four generations in the sector of precious stones. The business, in fact, was started by Filippo’s great-grandfather at the beginning of the 20th century. But Filippo Gay did not limit himself to buying and reselling precious stones on the wholesale market: he had a long experience going to the field to visit mines and find the best pieces.

Anello in titanio con rubellite e diamanti
Anello in titanio con rubellite e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

While the family business continued on its way, between sales in Italy and the cousin who cuts gems and produces jewelry in Valenza and Bangkok, Filippo Gay when he was 20 went to live in Thailand, where he studied gemology at Asian Institute of Gemology, and where he graduated.
But he has not returned to Italy. Instead, he chose to stay in Bangkok, one of the capitals of the gem market, for another ten years. By attending the Thai gemstone market, Filippo confessed to having been cheated several times. Misadventures that served him to gain experience, just as it was very helpful when he was a boy to accompany his father between India and Sri Lanka to choose the stones to bring to Europe. And that’s how Filippo G&G has become one of the appreciate companies among the gem dealers. Not only that: a couple of years ago at GemGenéve Filippo G&G also presented jewelry with an innovative design, made of titanium and, of course, many shiny stones.

Anello in titanio con opale e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Anello in titanio con opale e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Orecchino/spilla in titanio e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Orecchino/spilla in titanio e diamanti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Filippo Gay visita una miniera in Africa
Filippo Gay visita una miniera in Africa
Anello in titanio, diamanti e kunzite
Anello in titanio, diamanti e kunzite
Collier in titanio, diamanti e grossa kunzite al centro
Collier in titanio, diamanti e grossa kunzite al centro
Tormaline Paraiba
Tormaline Paraiba







A 22 million Rock




It is 21.7 million Swiss francs, which is equivalent to more than 21.9 million dollars or 20.7 million euros the value attributed to The Rock, the largest white diamond ever sold at auction. At the auction of Christie’s Magnificent Jewels in Geneva, however, the stone did not reach the maximum estimate (about 30 million) even if it exceeded the minimum value (19 million). The Rock has a weight of 228.31 carats, a drop cut and is considered a perfect stone. Another highlight of the auction was The Red Cross Diamond, a vivid yellow gem that fetched 14.2 million francs (14.3 million dollars or 13.5 million euros), with a significant portion of the proceeds to benefit of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Rahul Kadakia con The Rock
Rahul Kadakia con The Rock

During an important week for Christie’s, when Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn set the record price as the 20th century artwork, The Rock, the largest white diamond ever sold at auction, reached nearly $ 22 million. . Weighing 228.31 carats, The Rock is the largest white diamond ever to appear at auction. The final lot of the auction featured another extraordinary gem of over 200 carats, the sensational The Red Cross Diamond. It was a privilege to present this legendary stone, first sold by Christie’s in 1918 as part of the Red Cross Appeal. More than a century after that first sale, the diamond was sold after 11 minutes of competitive competition for 14.1 million francs, a world auction record for an intense fancy yellow diamond. We are pleased that a significant portion of the proceeds will benefit the humanitarian efforts of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Rahul Kadakia, International Head of Christie’s Jewelery

Rahul Kadakia, International Head of Christie's Jewellery, vende The Rock,, 228,31 carati, il più grande diamante bianco mai venduto all'asta
Rahul Kadakia, International Head of Christie’s Jewellery, vende The Rock,, 228,31 carati, il più grande diamante bianco mai venduto all’asta

Overall, the jewelry super auction was sold 98% by value and 92% by lot and saw global participation of registrants from 20 countries across four continents. Christie also notes the activity of Millennial collectors, 50% of the new subscribers to the sale.
The red Cross diamond, di oltre 205 carati
The red Cross diamond, di oltre 205 carati

For nearly half a century, our family has had the privilege of safeguarding The Red Cross Diamond. Since it was first introduced to the market in 1918, the legacy of this symbol of humanity has always been the support of communities ravaged by war, famine and other hardships suffered by people around the world. At this historic moment we honor the calling that others have made before us. A significant portion of the proceeds will be donated to the large institution whose name it bears, recognizing the tireless efforts of the volunteers of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
The seller of The Red Cross Diamond

La Tiara Fürstenberg
La Tiara Fürstenberg

Other noteworthy results of the sale include the Fürstenberg tiara, which at an estimate of 400,000-600,000 Swiss francs has reached 2.4 million. The diadem, composed of pearls and diamonds, bears the mark of the famous Austrian jeweler Gustav Flach, and previously belonged to Her Royal Highness Princess of Fürstenberg, born Countess Irma of Schönborn Buchheim (1867-1948), a member of one of the most eminent aristocratic families in the Habsburg Empire.
Bracciale-choker con diamanti di Cartier, circa 1928
Bracciale-choker con diamanti di Cartier, circa 1928

An important selection of Jar’s jewels was highlighted by a pair of “hard-boiled egg” earrings with sphalerite and diamonds from 2011. From an estimate of 160,000-220,000 francs they made 327,600 francs. The earrings were featured in the 2013 retrospective of Rosenthal’s work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Jar, orecchini Hard Boiled Eggs, con sfalerite e diamanti, del 2011
Jar, orecchini Hard Boiled Eggs, con sfalerite e diamanti, del 2011
Anello con smeraldo taglio cuscino di 17,80 carati e diamanti su oro bianco di Chaumet
Anello con smeraldo taglio cuscino di 17,80 carati e diamanti su oro bianco di Chaumet

Collana di Harry Winston con diamanti e smeraldo  di 40,41 carati
Collana di Harry Winston con diamanti e smeraldo di 40,41 carati







Two big diamonds and princely tiaras at Christie’s auction




The catalog is now completed. And for fans of exceptional jewelry and gem collectors, who are a particularly popular type of investment in difficult historical times, Christie’s sale of Magnifxicent Jewels on May 11 at the Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues will offer plenty of opportunities. Starting with The Rock, a diamond that starts from one with a very wide gap: from 19 to 30 million Swiss francs (13-24 million euros or 9.2-20.5 million dollars). The diamond weighs 228.31 carats and is the largest ever seen at auction.

Rahul Kadakia con The Rock
Rahul Kadakia con The Rock

We are delighted to present the Geneva Magnificent Jewels auction led by THE ROCK, the largest ever white diamond to be offered at auction and a landmark moment in the market. Alongside this the legendary Red Cross Diamond, which has supported those enduring hardships since it was sold at Christie’s Red Cross Appeal in 1918, is offered with a share of the proceeds to be donated to the International Committee of the Red Cross. With the very best quality gemstones, jewels from noble provenance and iconic designs, the auction represents an exciting opportunity for our international collectors this season.
Max Fawcett, Head of Department, Jewelery

As we have already told, The Red Cross Diamond is back for the third time at auction, which despite its name is a cushion-cut intense yellow color of over 205 carats. It was first sold by Christie’s in 1918, and part of the proceeds went to the Red Cross. And this sale also partly benefits the International Committee of the Red Cross.

The red Cross diamond, di oltre 205 carati
The red Cross diamond, di oltre 205 carati

For nearly half a century, our family has had the privilege of safeguarding the Red Cross diamond. Since it was first brought to market in 1918, the legacy of this symbol of humanity has always been the support of communities ravaged by war, famine and other hardships endured by people across the world. At this auspicious moment in history, we honour the call others have made before us. In collaboration with Christie’s, we are pleased to offer The Red Cross Diamond for sale with a share of the proceeds to be donated to the great institution whose name it bears. We further dedicate this sale to the tireless efforts of the volunteers of the International Committee of the Red Cross and are privileged to support their cause.
Anonymous owner of The Red Cross Diamond

La Tiara Fürstenberg
La Tiara Fürstenberg

The Magnificent Jewels auction also includes 19th and 20th century tiaras, including the Tiara Fürstenberg (estimate 400,000-600,000 Swiss francs), and a pearl and diamond tiara with the brand of the famous Austrian jeweler Gustav Flach. This exemplary handcrafted jewel belonged to her Royal Highness of her Princess of Fürstenberg, born Countess Irma of Schönborn Buchheim (1867-1948), member of one of the most eminent aristocratic families of the Habsburg Empire. A letter in the Fürstenberg archives, directed by jeweler Flach Mediansky & Paltscho, explains the many ways the tiara can be transformed, from a tiara for Viennese high society court dances to a more moderate style with pearls, while the diamond motifs can be worn as a necklace, brooch or hairpins.

Collana di Bulgari con diamanti e rubini
Collana di Bulgari con diamanti e rubini
Orecchini di Jar a spirale con tormaline verdi
Orecchini di Jar a spirale con tormaline verdi







Haute Jewels Geneva, positive balance

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The idea worked. The report of Haute Jewels Geneva, which was held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva in conjunction with Watch & Wonders in the Swiss city on Lake Geneva, had a positive response. The event was attended by 18 big names in jewelry: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Sutra, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli , Barakà and Sicis.

Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com

The 2022 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva was an unequivocal success. We believe the triumph of this show marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the jewelry industry. Smaller commercial events composed of like-minded brands can offer a more focused, more enjoyable and beneficial luxury experience for both brands and visitors. We look forward to the 2023 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva.
Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London and Event Founder

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

The success of the “mini Baselword” is also due to the selection of brands and the atmosphere offered by the location. In the same hotel, although outside the Haute Jewels Geneva, there were also two other brands: Piero Milano and Dolce & Gabbana, an aspect that has probably contributed to attracting visitors.

Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com







High jewelry by Marco Bicego with Alta




High jewelry in Geneva signed Marco Bicego. It is the first super luxury collection of the Venetian brand, usually positioned on fine jewelry. The collection is called Alta, and was presented at Haute Jewels Geneva 2022 (from March 30 to April 5). The collection does not renounce the style of the Maison, but elevates the quality of the materials, that is, of the gems used.

Collezione Alta, collana e bracciale
Collezione Alta, collana e bracciale

Alta is an ode to the magnificence of natural gems and celebrates the extraordinary craftsmanship of our atelier in Trissino. For us, high jewelery is the art of enhancing the character, elegance and uniqueness of each single gem. Nature with its organic forms and colored gems have always been a great source of inspiration for me: Alta’s creations intend to sublimate its extraordinary beauty, enhancing its colors in every nuance and highlighting the refinement of every facet. We only use the best stones, selected by our team of expert gemologists in compliance with strict criteria. In addition to the intrinsic beauty of the gems, we examine with extreme attention the color, weight, purity and elegance of the cut, since we work only with natural stones, without treating or heating them.
Marco Bicego

Marco Bicego
Marco Bicego

The natural gems to which the designer and founder of the brand refers are diamonds, sapphires, iolites, topazes, quartzes, amethysts, tourmalines, aquamarines and pearls. As in other collections, Marco Bicego prefers combinations, clusters, stone compositions in colored garlands. But there is a leading role of metal: gold patiently worked with a burin and engraved with imperceptible scratches, which accentuate the three-dimensionality of the jewel and an artisanal consistency.
Pendente in oro 18 carati e pavé di diamanti
Pendente in oro 18 carati e pavé di diamanti

Set di collana e orecchini Alta
Set di collana e orecchini Alta
Orecchini in oro e diamanti Binoche
Orecchini in oro e diamanti Binoche

Orecchini in oro e diamanti in stile Lunaria
Orecchini in oro e diamanti in stile Lunaria







The number of exhibitors at GemGèneve rises to 160

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In a few days, adhesions to the fourth edition of GemGenève (5-8 May, Palexpo in Geneva) have risen from 120 to 160. This was announced by the organizers of the event dedicated to jewels and gems, Thomas Faerber and Ronny Totah. In terms of participation, American exhibitors are the most numerous, followed by exhibitors from Switzerland, Israel, Germany, Hong Kong, Belgium, France, Thailand, India and Italy. In addition, there will be companies from the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Japan and, finally, Austria. A perhaps unexpected success for what was born as a niche fair, an alternative to the more famous (and expensive) Baselworld.

Jing Zhao, co fondatrice di G Suen, a GemGèneve. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Jing Zhao, co fondatrice di G Suen, a GemGèneve. Copyright: gioiellis.com

After the success of the November 2021 edition – The Challenging Edition, we committed to continuing our mission with the same intention to bring together the best of what is being produced in the field of jewellery and precious stones.
Thomas Faerber

79.82% of the exhibitors present in 2021 returned. And more than 45 exhibitors are taking part in GemGenève for the fourth time. Another 20, however, will be present for the first time, such as Claudia Hamann Edelstein, Constantin Wild, La Galerie Parisienne and even larger family companies such as Shree Ramkrishna Exports Pvt. Ltd and Takat Gems.

The palpable enthusiasm of our exhibitors pushes us to renew ourselves with each edition, while still respecting the event’s DNA. The aim is to maintain the show, designed by the exhibitors, on a human scale, bringing together the general public, the industry professionals, designers of today and tomorrow, including the schools, as well as laboratories, world-renowned experts and informed speakers on the latest trends. GemGenève is a hub which enables quality discussions and examination of major themes of importance to the jewellery trades.
Ronny Totah

Ronny Totah
Ronny Totah

Gioielli a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Gemme esposte a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gemme esposte a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Ingresso a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Ingresso a GemGèneve edizione 2021. Copyright: gioiellis.com







Manuel Bouvier’s past present





Do you like antique jewelry, but would you like them without flaws? Manuel Bouvier will take care of it. You can find it in the Swiss capital of jewelry, Geneva. Experience has accumulated a lot: he began his career working for Cartier in the High Jewelery department, and later for the Cartier Museum. He learned all about the golden age of jewelry, and also developed the pleasure of creating, also thanks to the collaboration with Marina Bulgari.

Orecchini a goccia con ametista
Orecchini a goccia con ametista

Present technique and taste for the past: now use the skills of craftsmen in Europe and India to create jewels that often use old and precious stones, or forgotten materials. The result is, for example, jade jewels of unusual shades, chalcedony in old fashion colors, opals, but also classic pieces in white gold and diamonds. Nothing that is in the latest fleeting fashion, therefore, but precisely for this absolutely fashionable that lasts. A jewelry as it was once done, starting from the material and focusing on forms that have made goldsmiths great in the past. For those who love to have the flavor of centuries on them.

Anello con smeraldo e zaffiri
Anello con smeraldo e zaffiri
Orecchini in titanio e zaffiri
Orecchini in titanio e zaffiri
Collana in titanio e zaffiri multicolori
Collana in titanio e zaffiri multicolori
Anello con opale e zaffiri
Anello con opale e zaffiri

Orecchini pendenti con diamanti
Orecchini pendenti con diamanti

Orecchini con diamanti di Manuel Bouvier
Orecchini con diamanti di Manuel Bouvier







Antonio Seijo, art and jewels

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An artist capable of combining the sun and the sea of ​​Marbella with the lake and the mountains of Geneva. This strange, but efficient, combination gives life to the jewels of Antonio Seijo, one of the most imaginative jewelers in business. But describing him as a jeweler is an understatement, because his creativity also embraces writing and study. All knowledge that is reflected in his jewels, such as those dedicated to the world of ancient Egypt, in which earrings and rings are inspired by the gods worshiped by the pharaohs.

Orecchini che rappresentano due falchi, simbolo del dio egizio Horus, con diamanti, oro, argento annerito
Orecchini che rappresentano due falchi, simbolo del dio egizio Horus, con diamanti, oro, argento annerito

Antonio Seijo, who works between the Spanish island and the Swiss city, is part of a dynasty of jewelers active in Andalusia down two centuries ago. The themes of his pieces of high jewelry range from the stars to the god Baâl but, alongside the narrative elements, the result is above all striking: jewels that are not only imaginative, but also rich, made with special stones, such as large aquamarines or opal black, with surprising combinations, original shapes. He himself is a gemologist expert in diamonds, colored stones and precious materials. And recently a large illustrated book with images of his jewels was dedicated to his work (Antonio Seijo, Editions du Regard, French language, hardcover, 251 pages).

Anello con 46 tsavoriti, granato demantoide, due tormaline
Anello con 46 tsavoriti, granato demantoide, due tormaline
Orecchini in argento e oro, 256 diamanti, 920 zaffiri e rubini, opale nero, giada
Orecchini in argento e oro, 256 diamanti, 920 zaffiri e rubini, opale nero, giada
Anello in oro bianco con grande acquamarina
Anello in oro bianco con grande acquamarina
Anello con opale nero e gemme multicolori
Anello con opale nero e gemme multicolori
Anello Atom con tsavorite, smeraldi, zaffiri, rubini
Anello Atom con tsavorite, smeraldi, zaffiri, rubini
Il libro dedicato ad Antonio Seijo
Il libro dedicato ad Antonio Seijo
Orecchini ispirati all'antico Egitto
Orecchini ispirati all’antico Egitto
Pendente con grande acquamarina di 102 carati: su un lato il geroglifico dell'acqua, sull'altro, il sacro Bennu, l'airone appollaiato sulla punta dorata della piramide
Pendente con grande acquamarina di 102 carati: su un lato il geroglifico dell’acqua, sull’altro, il sacro Bennu, l’airone appollaiato sulla punta dorata della piramide







Haute Jewels expands with Barakà and Sicis




The group of brands that will participate in Haute Jewels Geneva, an event designed for an international audience, at the same time as Watches and Wonders, focused on fine watchmaking, is expanding. The two events will take place, in fact, on the same dates, from March 30 to April 5. Two Italian companies are now added to the patrol of brands announced in the autumn: Baraka and Sicis. The first specializes in jewelry for the male world. The second, on the other hand, is famous for the use of the micromosaic technique. In all, therefore, the brands exhibiting at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva will be 18: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Etho Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi Gioielli, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà, Sicis.

Collana e orecchini indossati by Sicis
Collana e orecchini indossati by Sicis

We are delighted to have had the opportunity to add two more prestigious global brands to the line-up at Haute Jewels Geneva. Sicis and Baraka will bring added allure and excitement to the group and it promises to be a magnificent event
Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London and founder of Haute Jewels Geneva

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London

What promises to be a small exclusive fair was born from the need of jewelry companies to present themselves to an audience that no longer has the stage of Baselworld, which ended two years ago, at its disposal. A first taste of Haute Jewels Geneva took place already in 2019, with the first four jewelry brands (they were Yoko London, Crivelli, Sutra and Roberto Coin), while in the two previous years the idea was frozen by the epidemic. Visitors, in the organizers’ program, “will experience an intimate and luxurious environment for jewelry buyers and suppliers to conduct business, a concept that seems even more relevant after the restrictions imposed by the pandemic. With the opportunity to see each other face to face again, it promises to be a dynamic event, which combines the strength, creativity and experience of the participating brands “. Visitor registration is done on the site dedicated to the event.

Gioielli by Barakà
Gioielli by Barakà
Collana di Yoko London esposta nella prima edizione di Haute Jewels. Copyright: gioiellis.com






Margaret’s fairy tales

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The jewels of Margaret, from Geneva a fairy tale for adults who are homesick when they were little ♦ ︎

Between the fairy tale and the rock: for many women life should be full of imagination and, at the same time, marked by the rhythm of music. And there is a Maison, in Geneva, which has embraced this philosophy. More that of luxury. It’s Margaret Jewelry, born ten years ago from the refined dreams of two childhood friends, Oriana Melamed Sabrier (who also worked for Cartier) and Candice Ophir (a graduate in marketing in New York).

Baba ring, con diamanti e smeraldo
Baba ring, con diamanti e smeraldo

Behind the book of dreams, with a bit of nostalgia for childhood, there is however a concrete house of jewels that, along with romance, show the best side of jewelry. And that is the inventiveness, but also the choice of exclusive streets: stones with special shades, the rediscovery of forms that have a taste of the past, such as the medallion that opens and hides the photographs of children, engaged couples (of whom you want) .

Diadema con diamanti e opali etiopi
Diadema con diamanti e opali etiopi

In short, like fishing in the sea of ​​the past to throw a hook in the river that flows into the future. Because what matters to the two founders is to create luxury, refined jewels, but that also know how to tell an atmosphere, a story. As for the tiara-shaped rings, which are inspired by historical tiaras of royal families. This too looks like a fairy tale.

Anello con spinello rosa e zaffiri rosa
Anello con spinello rosa e zaffiri rosa

They are romantic jewels, free and for those who do not like collections that are found everywhere, in Shanghai as in New York. The idea of ​​modernizing the classic jewels of the past translates, in fact, into pieces that have nothing dusty or museum. On the contrary, they reflect a classic balance. Naturally the jewels are produced in limited edition or on commission. The processing, carried out in Geneva, is also carried out scrupulously with traditional methods. Oriana Sabrier is the designer and personally selects the gems to be used, while Candice Ophir, director of the Maison, mainly follows the administrative and organizational aspects.

Anelli chevaliere
Anelli chevaliere
Bracciale con pietra luna e diamanti
Bracciale con pietra luna e diamanti
Orecchini con diamanti ambrati
Orecchini con diamanti ambrati
Spilla con diamanti a forma di ragno
Spilla con diamanti a forma di ragno
Anello con zaffiri viola
Anello con zaffiri viola
Bracciali con nome disegnato da piccoli diamanti
Bracciali con nome disegnato da piccoli diamanti
Pendente apribile in oro e diamanti
Pendente apribile in oro e diamanti
Orecchini Sundust con tormaline orange, oro annerito e diamanti
Orecchini Sundust con tormaline orange, oro annerito e diamanti

Anelli tiara con oro rosa e diamanti
Anelli tiara con oro rosa e diamanti







Marie Antoinette doubles with Christie’s

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When we say the charm of the nobility. In spite of the French Revolution, Queen Marie Antoinette (guillotined) takes her revenge. His bracelets don diamonds (old cut, of course), silver and yellow gold, commissioned around 1776, adapted in the 19th century, and placed in a blue velvet case, were auctioned at Magnificent Jewels organized by Christie’s in Geneva. They were sold for around 7 million euros (equivalent to 7.5 million Swiss francs, or 8.2 million dollars), a figure that is almost double the maximum estimate that preceded the auction.

I bracciali con diamanti appartenuti a Maria Antonietta
I bracciali con diamanti appartenuti a Maria Antonietta

The jewels were bought by the queen and she bought these two diamond bracelets for 250,000 lire, which was a huge sum for the time. According to Count Mercy-Argenteau, ambassador of Austria to France, they were paid partly in precious stones from the queen’s collection and partly with the funds the queen received from her husband, King Louis XVI. At the time of the Revolution, the jewels were brought to Belgium, then passed to Madame Royale, the surviving daughter of Marie Antoinette. Now they have changed ownership.
Kirsten Dunst interpreta Maria Antonietta nel film di Sofia Coppola
Kirsten Dunst interpreta Maria Antonietta nel film di Sofia Coppola

The Geneva auction also had other interesting pieces in the catalog. A pear-cut diamond of 55.50 carats was sold for 4.5 million euros. A yellow gold brooch with drop and baguette cut diamonds and cushion cut ruby, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, was sold for 3.8 million euros. A platinum ring with an oval brilliant cut diamond of 43.19 carats totaled 3.1 million euros. In all, the auction closed with sales of over 50 million euros.

Spilla di Van Cleef & Arpels con rubino taglio cuscino e diamanti con taglio a goccia e baguette
Spilla di Van Cleef & Arpels con rubino taglio cuscino e diamanti con taglio a goccia e baguette
Diamante taglio pera di 55,5 carati
Diamante taglio pera di 55,5 carati

Anello con diamante ovale di oltre 43 carati
Anello con diamante ovale di oltre 43 carati







First steps for the new Baselworld




First steps of Baselworld II. Its first pop-up event was held in Geneva, therefore far from its original location, but at the same time as the Geneva Watch Days, that is a press conference to present the new spirit of Baselworld, with ten independent brands and a program. The event is part of the preparations for Baselworld 2022, which will take place in Basel from 31 March to 4 April 2022.
Ten watch brands are collected (Claude Meylan, IceWatch, AHCI represented by Ludovic Ballouard and David Candaux, BA111OD Watch Concept, Bomberg, Furlan Marri, Ikepod, Riskers and Sinn Spezialuhren) all chosen for their independent profile, size and their distinctive placement under the new Baselworld banner, and participating in the new concept to showcase their novelties.

Incontro a Ginevra per la nuova Baselworld
Incontro a Ginevra per la nuova Baselworld

The idea of ​​the new Baselworld, developed by the managing director, Michel Loris-Melikoff, includes both physical and online presence. The idea is to animate the community all year round 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The first meeting should be the debut of a multitude of live and virtual events that will take place on the new digital platform, which will be activated in the autumn of 2021. Original contents, events, networking, connections are new tools for the industry that have been developed and will be made available to brands to optimize their audience and business, all year round, in addition to physical meeting points.
L'evento di Ginevra preparatorio per Baselworld
L’evento di Ginevra preparatorio per Baselworld

Meanwhile, in Geneva, the program included an opening party, happy hour cocktail, aftershow and closing party. There was also a streaming of the interview between the director Loris-Melikoff and Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of Bvlgari, as well as with Aurel Bacs, senior consultant of Phillips in association with Bacs & Russo, as well as a series of round tables on topical issues. such as the demystified blockchain with Gaetano Cavalieri, President of Cibjo, the World Confederation of Jewelery, whose member associations in more than 45 countries include more than 7 million people involved in the global sectors of jewelery and precious stones, the increase of Cpo (Certified Used, Watchmaking and Jewelery), Women in watchmaking and the art of collecting. Much of it will be replicated on a large scale at Baselworld 2022.

Michel Loris Melikoff
Michel Loris Melikoff







Diamonds and rare jewels at Christie’s auction in Geneva

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Collectible diamonds, with the follow-up of six-zero valuations in the Magnificent Jewels auction scheduled for May 12 in Geneva organized by Christie’s. There will be 144 lots on sale, including a magnificent 15.23 carat fancy deep pink diamond ring (valuation: 7-11 million Swiss francs), the Alrosa Spectacle diamond, D Internally Flawless emerald cut 100.94 carat (valuation 12-18 million Swiss francs), but also a pendant with a 53.53-carat heart-shaped D-color diamond (Estimate 2-3 million), an emerald-cut Internally Flawless D diamond ring of 10.48 carat of Graff (600-800,000) and a 141.22-carat pear-shaped fancy brown-yellow diamond set in an exceptional diamond necklace (estimate 2.2-2.8 million).

The Spectacle, diamante D-color, Internally Flawless, da 100,94 carati
The Spectacle, diamante D-color, Internally Flawless, da 100,94 carati

among other notable pieces, an emerald and diamond bracelet made in the 1950s and a pair of earrings with two brilliant cut diamonds of approximately 10 carats each (and an Art Deco bracelet with sapphires and diamonds all by Cartier. epoch is a pendant by Charlton & Co. Maison founded in New York in 1909 by John W. Charlton, who had employed the French jewelry designer Maurice Duvalet. By Van Cleef & Arpels, on the other hand, are the earrings with two fancy yellow diamonds brilliant cut of 7.02 and 7.01 carats surrounded by a garland of colorless diamonds. The auction held on May 12 at the Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues also includes the Beauharnais sapphire set and the crown of Mary II of Portugal we have already talked about here.
Diamante rosa di 15,23 carati con diamanti ovali bianchi
Diamante rosa di 15,23 carati con diamanti ovali bianchi

Collana con diamante marrone-giallo di 141,22 carati e diamanti fancy
Collana con diamante marrone-giallo di 141,22 carati e diamanti fancy
Diamante taglio cuore di 53,53 carati
Diamante taglio cuore di 53,53 carati
Diamante taglio smeraldo di 10,48 carati di Graff
Diamante taglio smeraldo di 10,48 carati di Graff
Pendente con diamanti Belle Epoque di Charlton
Pendente con diamanti Belle Epoque di Charlton

Bracciale con diamanti e smeraldi di Cartier
Bracciale con diamanti e smeraldi di Cartier







Sotheby’s puts a large Kashmir sapphire on sale

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Big, beautiful and expensive jewels and gems: Sotheby’s has planned a rich spring for collectors of exceptional pieces. The auction house has put on sale, for example, gems weighing over 100 carats, a psychological limit that attracts the attention of those who love or invest in precious stones.

The fascination for large gems goes back centuries. Shrouded in mystery and steeped in legend, these stones have been treasured by rulers, while also prized for their presumed magical powers, and even sometimes feared for being cursed. In recent years, by virtue of the market’s increasing connoisseurship, we have seen demand for these gems grow fast and far beyond the traditional pool of collectors. These new buyers are looking for different kinds of stones, and this is reflected in the great diversity of this season’s offering, which range from unmounted world-class diamonds and diamond-led jewellery, to pieces with noble provenance and signed jewels marrying colourful gemstones with the extraordinary craftmanship of renowned houses, such as Cartier and Harry Winston.
Gary Schuler, world president of the jewelry division

Part of this small group of exceptions is a brooch with sapphires and diamonds from the 1930s, with the largest Kashmir sapphire ever to appear at auction and which will be auctioned in Geneva on 11 May: it is a 55.19 carat oval gem. , along with another cushion-shaped Kashmiri sapphire weighing 25.97 carats. The jewel was part of the collection of Maureen Constance Guinness, Marquise of Dufferin and Ava (1907-1998). The estimate is 2-3 million dollars.

Spilla con zaffiri e diamanti degli anni Trenta, con il più grande zaffiro del Kashmir mai apparso in un’asta e che sarà battuto a Ginevra il prossimo 11 maggio: è una gemma ovale da 55,19 carati, assieme a un altro zaffiro del Kashmir a forma di cuscino del peso di 25,97 carati
Spilla con zaffiri e diamanti degli anni Trenta, con il più grande zaffiro del Kashmir mai apparso in un’asta e che sarà battuto a Ginevra il prossimo 11 maggio: è una gemma ovale da 55,19 carati, assieme a un altro zaffiro del Kashmir a forma di cuscino del peso di 25,97 carati

With their mining history dating to just a few short years at the end of the 19th century, Kashmir sapphires are among the rarest coloured gemstones known to man. Coveted for their unique set of characteristics, including their unrivalled, rich cornflower blue hue, their soft, velvety texture and the fact that they retain their lustre in any light, these gems have over the years acquired an almost legendary status. Kashmir sapphires of over 30 carats are a very rare occurrence, so the appearance of a gem of 55.19 carats – the largest ever to come at auction – is an important event. Hailing a distinguished provenance and set as a stunning brooch alongside another Kashmir sapphire, it will undoubtedly evoke much interest among collectors.
Benoit Repellin, head of Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels auction in Geneva

Collana con diamanti e zaffiro
Collana con diamanti e zaffiro

The Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels auction also includes other exceptional sapphires, such as the sapphire and diamond necklace, which supports a detachable pendant with a cushion-shaped 111.73-carat Ceylon sapphire and royal blue color. Another necklace with sapphires and diamonds, on the other hand, is signed Harry Winston, and dates back to around 1969. The jewel has a detachable pendant set with a cushion-shaped 126.43-carat sapphire of Ceylon origin.
Collana con zaffiro di 111,73 carati di Ceylon
Collana con zaffiro di 111,73 carati di Ceylon

Another highlight of the auction will be Harry Winston’s brooch / pendant combination with emeralds and diamonds, circa 1974, with a 104.40-carat pear-shaped emerald of Colombian origin. Also on sale is another brooch / pendant with emeralds and diamonds, set with an 80.45-carat step-cut emerald of Colombian origin. Among the prominent pieces there are diamonds, such as the ring with a 40.08 carat emerald-cut square diamond, color D, Flawless, type IIa and a diamond ring from the Noble collection, Harry Winston Set, with a diamond a 43.24 carat pear shape, color D, clarity VVS1, type IIa Est diamond. Also by the American jeweler a diamond necklace, circa 1973, with eight pear-shaped diamonds weighing between 3.77 and 20, 72 carats, for a total of 280 carats.
Spilla/pendente con smeraldi e diamanti, incastonato con uno smeraldo tagliato a gradini da 80,45 carati di origine colombiana
Spilla/pendente con smeraldi e diamanti, incastonato con uno smeraldo tagliato a gradini da 80,45 carati di origine colombiana

Spilla/pendente con smeraldi e diamanti di Harry Winston, circa 1974, con uno smeraldo a forma di pera da 104,40 carati di origine colombiana
Spilla/pendente con smeraldi e diamanti di Harry Winston, circa 1974, con uno smeraldo a forma di pera da 104,40 carati di origine colombiana

Harry Winston, collana di diamanti, circa 1973, con otto diamanti a forma di pera di peso compreso tra 3,77 e 20,72 carati, per un totale di 280 carati.
Harry Winston, collana di diamanti, circa 1973, con otto diamanti a forma di pera di peso compreso tra 3,77 e 20,72 carati, per un totale di 280 carati.







The elegance of Nadia Morgenthaler

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She worked for Chopard, taught at the Ecole d ’Art Appliquée in Geneva, directed the Arts Fusion high jewelery atelier but, above all, Nadia Morgenthaler has conquered a special place in the world of jewelry with her Maison. The fresh air of Lake Geneva inspired the designer the pleasure of embroidering metal and, instead of dewdrops, small pearls appeared on Nadia Morgenthaler’s jewels, like precious drops dotting rings, earrings and pendants. Now her jewels have also landed on the Net-à-porter marketplace, with seven pieces that summarize the creative path of the Swiss designer.

Anello in oro rosso 18 carati e argento sterling brunito, con spinello blu-viola
Anello in oro rosso 18 carati e argento sterling brunito, con spinello blu-viola

Her style is not imitable: Nadia Morgenthaler arrived there in 2013, after spending 25 years in the Geneva jewelery workshops. Her collections are a synthesis between a somewhat Victorian style and a little luxury of the maharajas. But they never cross over into overly flashy jewelry. They are, however, carefully crafted and, above all, have that aesthetic lightness that makes them refined and immediately desirable.
Spilla in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti
Spilla in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti

Nadia Morgenthaler, orecchini in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti
Nadia Morgenthaler, orecchini in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti
Orecchini in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti
Orecchini in oro rosso 18 carati, argento annerito, spinelli rosa e diamanti
Orecchini a clip in oro bianco rodiato 18 carati, perle, diamanti
Orecchini a clip in oro bianco rodiato 18 carati, perle, diamanti
Bracciale in oro bianco annerito 18 carati, perle, diamanti
Bracciale in oro bianco annerito 18 carati, perle, diamanti

Anello in oro rosso e bianco 18 carati e argento sterling brunito, con spinello rosa
Anello in oro rosso e bianco 18 carati e argento sterling brunito, con spinello rosa







Blue blood jewels at Sotheby’s auction

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A dive into history through jewels. This is also the auction of Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels scheduled for Wednesday 11 November in Geneva. In addition to numerous vintage jewels and great Maison such as Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier or Blugari, the auction house also offers for sale a series of pieces that have a fascinating origin.

Paure con diamanti e smeraldi, circa 1770
Paure con diamanti e smeraldi, circa 1770

For example, the emerald and diamond set that belonged to Manuel de Guirior y Portal, 1st Marquis de Guirior, lieutenant general of the Royal Navy, viceroy of New Granada and Peru, who was born in Aoiz in the ancient kingdom of Navarre, on 21 March 1708. Born into an illustrious Navarrese family, his parents were Don Carlos de Guirior Erdozain and María Josefa del Portal. An eighteenth-century necklace with diamonds and emeralds is not a jewel that you see every day.
Orecchini di diamanti attribuiti a Cartier, provenienti dalla collezione di Sarah Baillie-Hamilton
Orecchini di diamanti attribuiti a Cartier, provenienti dalla collezione di Sarah Baillie-Hamilton

To underline the offer of jewels of noble origin is also a beautiful pair of natural pearls, set in a pair of sparkling diamond earrings attributed to Cartier, from the collection of Sarah Baillie-Hamilton, born Sarah Cook (1903-1995). Born in Montreal in 1903, she met George, the Earl of Haddington, when she was working as aide-de-camp to the Governor General of Canada. Or a Cartier necklace that was part of the collection of Henriette Hélène, say Elly, Porgès, marquise de la Ferté-Meun (1878-1946), married to Eugène, marquis de la Ferté-Meun (1870-1946), daughter of Jules Porgès (1839-1921) and Anna Wodiamer.
Demi parure di diamanti Anni 50 firmata Mauboussin
Demi parure di diamanti Anni 50 firmata Mauboussin

The auction also features a large representation of art deco jewelery signed by the Maison Mauboussin, founded in 1827 by M. Rocher, in the midst of French political instability and colonial conquests. In 1878, Jean-Baptist Noury, M. Rocher’s successor, received a medal in recognition of his work at the Exposition Universelle de Paris which established the firm’s solid reputation. Under the guidance of George Mauboussin, the interwar period is characterized by exoticism, which is reflected in the selection and quality of Mauboussin’s gems: jade from the East, pearls and coral from the Middle East. Federico Graglia
Collana con diamanti, circa 1925, di Henriette Hélène, dite Elly, Porgès, marchesa de la Ferté-Meun
Collana con diamanti, circa 1925, di Henriette Hélène, dite Elly, Porgès, marchesa de la Ferté-Meun

Collana con zaffiri rosa,  ametiste, peridoti e diamanti di Bulgari
Collana con zaffiri rosa, ametiste, peridoti e diamanti di Bulgari

Harry Winston, collana con diamanti fancy
Harry Winston, collana con diamanti fancy
Collana con diamanti, circa 1925, di Henriette Hélène, dite Elly, Porgès, marchesa de la Ferté-Meun
Collana con diamanti, circa 1925, di Henriette Hélène, dite Elly, Porgès, marchesa de la Ferté-Meun
Spilla in diamanti di Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1940
Spilla in diamanti di Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1940
Anelo con diamante taglio cuscino di 18,03 carati
Anelo con diamante taglio cuscino di 18,03 carati

Parure con zaffiri e diamanti anni Sessanta
Parure con zaffiri e diamanti anni Sessanta
Collana con zaffiri rosa,  ametiste, peridoti e diamanti di Bulgari
Collana con zaffiri rosa, ametiste, peridoti e diamanti di Bulgari







Diamonds and super jewels at Christie’s in Geneva

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Exorcise fear with luxury. Or, better, with the Magnificent Jewels auction with Christie’s at the Four Season Hotel des Bergues in Geneva on 10 November. Live auctions are back, with the physical presence of participants and auctioneers. This auction, for example, includes a selection of historical and modern jewels from all periods, as well as pieces signed by the most famous jewelry houses such as Boivin, Boucheron, Cartier, JAR, Van Cleef & Arpels and many others.

Orecchini con diamanti blu, rosa e bianchi
Orecchini con diamanti blu, rosa e bianchi

The top lot consists of a pair of colored and colorless diamond earrings. The jewel combines two deep pink marquise-cut diamonds and two pear-cut fancy blue-greyish diamonds of approximately 2 carats and, finally, two other colorless diamonds classified as D-flawless type IIa pear-cut of 10.06 and 10.03 carats. The earrings, set in platinum and white gold, are estimated at between $ 2.7 million and $ 3.8 million.

Anello con rubino ottagonale di 13,01 carati e diamanti di Jar
Anello con rubino ottagonale di 13,01 carati e diamanti di Jar

In the catalog there is also an Art Déco watch by Van Cleef & Arpels, a brooch with a gigantic 107.46 carat Fancy Yellow diamond by Graff, a sapphire and diamond bracelet that includes eight Kashmir stones (the rarest) for a weight total of 43.95 carats. In addition to collectible gems, including a rare 3.96-carat Fancy Deep blue diamond, a superb 28.88-carat Fancy Vivid Yellow diamond, there are special pieces such as a 13.01-carat Burmese ruby ​​ring of JAR.

Ciondolo con zaffiro da 35,42 carati di Harry Winston
Ciondolo con zaffiro da 35,42 carati di Harry Winston

A part of the jewelry on sale also concerns the collection of over 60 pieces of the Mireille Levy estate, which disappeared in 2019, which includes set jewels by Van Cleef & Arpels, a 35.42-carat sapphire pendant by Harry Winston and a exclusive selection of 1970s jewelry by Boucheron and David Webb. Federico Graglia

Spilla con diamante fancy yellow di 107,46 carati di graff
Spilla con diamante fancy yellow di 107,46 carati di Graff
Anello con diamante ovale di 22,11 carati in platino e oro di Graff
Anello con diamante ovale di 22,11 carati in platino e oro di Graff
Collana di Bulgari con smeraldi colombiani e diamanti
Collana di Bulgari con smeraldi colombiani e diamanti
Anello con diamante blu di 3,96 carati
Anello con diamante blu di 3,96 carati







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