René Boivin

Anthony Lent, the face of fantasy

Rings with the moon, inspired by surrealist art, but also for children’s fairy tales: the fantasy of power with the goldsmith art of Anthony Lent ♦

There are children who seem to be adults already. And there are adults who do not want to grow. Or, better, they do not want to give up that fantasy world that corresponds to reality for the little ones. It’s the kingdom of Alice in Wonderland, or the Disney movies, or the Lord of the Rings saga, or fantasy. As Anthony Lent, which is a jeweler in New York who loves the animated objects. In particular, the jewels.

Anello in oro giallo 18 carati con rubini e diamanti
18k yellow gold ring with rubies and diamonds

From 50 years Anthony Lent created small gold sculptures and precious stones or semi-precious stones, which have as a conductor a joyful style of fantasy. Eyes, faces that emerge from the metal, hands clinging to the stone of a ring: visionary images in jewels that are small handicraft sculptures.

Bracciale in oro
Gold bracelet

It is no coincidence that Anthony Lent studied sculpture at the Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts). And he discovered past artists like Benvenuto Cellini and Albrecht Dürer were also goldsmiths. Also René Lalique, René Boivin and Mario Buccellati were among the inspirers of her style. In 1971, Tony left Philadelphia and moved to Germany to continue his goldsmith training at the Fachhochschule in Schwäbisch-Gmünd. Back in the United States, he started his career as a jeweler in New York. Today he is joined by his sons, David and Max, who founded the Anthony Lent brand in 2013.

Braccialetto Moonface Gold Crescent
Moonface bracelet in 18k gold and diamond
Orecchini Star in oro 18 carati e diamante
Sunface pendant in 18k gold and diamond
Anello in oro 18 carati con diamanti e zaffiri rosa
18k gold ring with diamonds and pink sapphires
Orecchini Star in oro 18 carati e diamante
Star earrings in 18k gold and diamond
Orecchini Moonface in oro 18 carati e diamante
Moonface earrings in 18k gold and diamond
Anello Moonface in oro 18 carati, argento e diamanti
Moonface ring in 18k gold, silver and diamonds
Orecchini in oro giallo, zaffiri, diamanti
Earrings in yellow gold, sapphires, diamonds
Anello in oro con perla di Tahiti
Gold ring with Tahitian pearl
Anello con luna crescente, oro, diamanti
Ring with crescent moon, gold, diamonds

Seaman Schepps story





Short history of the great American designer Seaman Schepps, a master of color ♦ ︎
There are designers who have a resounding success for a shorter or longer period. And there are designers who enter history. One of these is Seaman Schepps. Son of immigrants, he became famous for his vintage-style jewelry. From the East Side of New York, at the end of the nineteenth century, Schepps moved to California, with its own shop in Los Angeles that also sold antiques in addition to jewelry. In 1931 he returned to New York, where he finally had a good success with a store on Madison Avenue.

Anello di Seaman Schepps in oro e lapislazzuli
Anello di Seaman Schepps in oro e lapislazzuli

Schepps, like many Americans of that time, regarded Europe as the beacon of creativity. Therefore, when he visited Paris, he studied Verdura’s jewels for Chanel, Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin and Jeanne Toussaint for Cartier. These great designers have contributed to the professional growth of Schepps, which has found its artistic path: large jewelry, super retro-style bracelets, many colored stones. He was not a revolutionary of jewelry, but a painter who used the colors of the palette in an original way.

Collana con tormalina rosa, perle, zaffiri, diamanti
Collana con tormalina rosa, perle, zaffiri, diamanti

The stones were often cut irregularly, they used little diamonds, while they preferred pastel-colored stones like blue sapphires, emeralds, yellow topazes, citrines, rose quartz, jade, turquoise and lapis lazuli. In short, he has reworked already used geometries, such as the Maltese cross, but with his own style. His work continued until the late 1960s. Then, the Seaman Schepps brand was sold to Jay Bauer and Anthony Hopenjam and still exists. But the designer’s original jewels are still very sought after. Cosimo Muzzano

Orecchini con rubini sintetici e diamanti
Orecchini con rubini sintetici e diamanti
Collana e orecchini di perle coltivate e diamanti
Collana e orecchini di perle coltivate e diamanti
Orecchini in oro 18 carati, e perle di rubino
Orecchini in oro 18 carati, e perle di rubino
Collana in quarzo avventurina, giada e rubini
Collana in quarzo avventurina, giada e rubini
Orecchini con conchiglia, oro, perle
Orecchini con conchiglia, oro, perle
Bracciale in oro, gemme e diamanti
Bracciale in oro, gemme e diamanti
Bracciale Rio, in oro 18 carati, platino, pietre colorate e diamanti
Bracciale Rio, in oro 18 carati, platino, pietre colorate e diamanti
Bracciale multigemma venduto da Christie's
Bracciale multigemma venduto da Christie’s
Spilla a forma di cornucopia con perle mobili, diamanti, smeraldo
Spilla a forma di cornucopia con perle mobili, diamanti, smeraldo
Bracciale anni Cinquanta venduto da Sotheby's
Bracciale anni Cinquanta venduto da Sotheby’s

Spilla floreale con citrini
Spilla floreale con citrini

Un giovane Seam Schepps
Un giovane Seam Schepps







A thousand jewels with Christie’s in New York

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Super jewels for Christie’s super auctions in New York: a thousand pieces, from diamonds to precious audio headphones ♦ ︎

The big auctions in Geneva are closed, and Christie’s starts again from New York. The Jewels Online sales are scheduled in the US city from 2 to 12 December but, above all, the Magnificent Jewels on 11 December. In all, a thousand pieces are on sale, including colored diamonds, colorless diamonds and precious stones, as well as designer jewels, among others, Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co. and Van Cleef & Arpels.

The duPont Ruby, spilla con rubino birmano di 11,20 carati circondato da una forma a cuore con smeraldi, diamanti e perle naturali
The duPont Ruby, spilla con rubino birmano di 11,20 carati circondato da una forma a cuore con smeraldi, diamanti e perle naturali

The headlights are aimed at two lots offered for sale by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, with the aim of making cash for new acquisitions. One of these jewels is The duPont Ruby, a brooch with Burmese ruby ​​of 11.20 carats surrounded by a heart shape with emeralds, diamonds and natural pearls, estimated between 3.5 and 5.5 million dollars. The other piece is The Emerald duPont, a ring with Colombian emerald of 9.11 carats Belle Époque and diamonds, signed Tiffany & Co. The jewels were part of the collection of Mrs. Alfred I. duPont.
The duPont Emerald, anello con smeraldo colombiano di 9,11 carati
The duPont Emerald, anello con smeraldo colombiano di 9,11 carati

Certainly a superb ring with a vivid fantasy blue diamond of 3.07 carat will also attract attention, VVS1 clarity, estimated between 3 and 4 million dollars, a ring with a 24.13 carat diamond, color D, impeccable clarity (2 -3 million), a ring with a 23.55 carat diamond, color D, potentially impeccable internally by Harry Winston (2-3 million) and a ring with a Belle Époque sapphire from Kashmir of 30.14 carats and diamonds (1.4 -2.4 million).
Anello con zaffiro ovale da 16,72 carati, diamanti a taglio circolare su platino
Anello con zaffiro ovale da 16,72 carati, diamanti a taglio brillante su platino

Apart from duPont, the auction includes jewels also from other prominent properties. In particular those of the Rothschild family, including Baroness Edouard de Rothschild and Jacqueline de Rothschild Piatigorsky. These collections include a selection of 48 lots with exceptional Cartier Art Deco examples, including a diamond bracelet alongside precious objects and accessories. Another collection on sale is that of Judith-Ann Corrente, president and director of the Metropolitan Opera Association, with 28 jewels signed by leading designers, such as Belperron, Boivin, Fouquet, René Lalique and an Art Deco diamond sautoir by Van Cleef & Arpels .
Sautoir art déco di Van Cleef & Arpels
Sautoir art déco di Van Cleef & Arpels

Finally, the super pre Christmas auction includes contemporary jewelery by Maison such as Jar and Taffin, Beats Pro audio headset runs with Graffiti diamonds and rubies, created for Super Bowl XLVI artists, worn by Lmfao, Madonna and Lil ‘Wayne. With over 1,500 diamonds weighing over 120 carats and 28 rubies with 3.35 carats, this unique piece of collaboration is offered for the first time at auction.

Collana di Harry Winston con diamanti e smeraldi
Collana di Harry Winston con diamanti e smeraldi
Anello con diamante blu da 3,07 carati
Anello con diamante blu da 3,07 carati
Spilla di Jar con smeraldi, diamanti e zirconi
Spilla di Jar con smeraldi, diamanti e zirconi
Cuffie Beats Pro di Graff, con diamanti e rubini
Cuffie Beats Pro di Graff, con diamanti e rubini

Anello con zaffiro cabochon da 30,14 carati, diamanti, platino, circa 1915.jpg
Anello con zaffiro cabochon da 30,14 carati, diamanti, platino, circa 1915.jpg

Collana ispirata a Pinocchio di Cartier, oro e smalto
Collana ispirata a Pinocchio di Cartier, oro e smalto







The blue diamond that amazes New York

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An 18 million dollar blue diamond and masterpieces of design among the 370 pieces at auction in New York with Christie’s ♦ ︎

A rare blue diamond, jewelry by Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co. and Van Cleef & Arpels: the Christie’s auction is scheduled for December 5 in New York, accompanied by a simultaneous online auction from 28 November to 7 December.

Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Ring di 8,08 carati da Bulgari (stima 13-18 milioni di dollari)
Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Ring di 8,08 carati da Bulgari (stima 13-18 milioni di dollari)

The top piece should be a sensational Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Ring of 8.08 carats from Bulgari (estimate 13-18 million dollars). According to Christie’s, this stone can be counted among the best blue diamonds ever on the market. But among the 370 lots for sale, there are also other stones of great appeal: a necklace with a heart-shaped pink diamond of 15.56 carats (estimate 9.5-12 million) and a ring with yellow diamond Art Déco Fancy Vivid of 8.09 carats, by Gillot & Co. (estimate: 900.000-1.200.000). Do not miss the classic colorless stones, such as the ring with diamond D classified 28.70 carats, VVS2 purity, type IIa, which comes from the heritage of financier Lee Vandervelde, who died last March: in this case the sale of jewelry will go to benefit of the Children’s Hospital and Children’s Institute in Los Angeles (estimate: 1,500,000-2,500,000).

Next to the super diamonds, for the design lovers Christie’s auction also offers a bracelet, Diamond Tube, by Suzanne Belperron (estimate 200-300.000 dollars).

Suzanne Belperron, bracciale Diamond Tube
Suzanne Belperron, bracciale Diamond Tube

The bracelet has recently been rediscovered as the important piece that launched the partnership of Belperron and Herz jewelry in 1948. Those who love vintage jewelry, there are also Art Déco pieces by Cartier, a bracelet of coral, enamel and diamonds by Donald Claflin for Tiffany & Co. (100,000-150,000) and Beribboned Heart, a heart-shaped enamel diamond and diamonds bracelet by René Boivin, which belonged to the Andy Warhol collection.

Among the contemporary pieces, in the foreground there are the earrings with diamonds and titanium, the Etcetera earrings (300.000-500.000) and the earrings with Colombian emeralds, pearls and diamonds of Bhagat ($ 150.000-250.000).

Orecchini con smeraldi colombiani, perle e diamanti di Bhagat
Orecchini con smeraldi colombiani, perle e diamanti di Bhagat

To complete the sale there is also an exceptional selection of Kashmir sapphires including Kashmir Sapphire and Diamond Earrings (400,000-600,000) and a Belle Époque Kashmir Sapphire and Diamond Ring of 6.28 carats ($ 250.000-350.000).





Anello con diamante fancy vivid yellow di 80,9 carati
Anello con diamante fancy vivid yellow di 80,9 carati

Spilla di Fred con smeraldo colombiano e diamanti
Spilla di Fred con smeraldo colombiano e diamanti
Spilla di Bulgari con gemme e corallo
Spilla di Bulgari con gemme e corallo
Orecchini con zaffiri del Kashmir
Orecchini con zaffiri del Kashmir
A sinistra diamante rosa taglio a cuore di 15,56 carati. A destra, anello con diamante incolore di 28,70 carati
A sinistra diamante rosa taglio a cuore di 15,56 carati. A destra, anello con diamante incolore di 28,70 carati
Orecchini di Van Cleef & Arpels con rubini in  mystery set
Orecchini di Van Cleef & Arpels con rubini in mystery set
Orecchini con diamanti fancy yellow di 37,87 e 36,80 carati
Orecchini con diamanti fancy yellow di 37,87 e 36,80 carati

Bracciale firmata René Bonvin in smalto, oro e diamanti appartenuta a Andy Warhol
Bracciale firmata René Bonvin in smalto, oro e diamanti appartenuta a Andy Warhol







Il Ponte between Cartier and Krizia

From Cartier to Krizia: a sale of jewels other than the usual organized by Il Ponte Casa d’Aste 
There is Cartier, there is Boucheron. But, above all, there are Italian jewelers for selling vintage pieces organized in Milan by Il Ponte Casa d’Aste. It will be sold jewels, but also vintage fashion. With something of unusual, a one lot of legacy of director Luchino Visconti. And a brooch belonged to Maria Cristina of Savoia, the youngest daughter of King Vittorio Emanuele I. Many also the historical signatures of Italian jewelery such as Missiaglia, Cazzaniga, Moroni, Ansuini, Calderoni, Confalonieri, Cusi, Scavia, Villa. But there are also jewels of Bulgari, Buccellati, Damiani, Frascarolo, Pomellato and Lucia Odescalchi. Among the foreign patrol are the names of Mouboussin, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany, Stern, Fabergé, René Boivin, Lacloche Frerès and David Webb.
The piece at top looks like a Cartier Art Deco bracelet, with rubies, valued up to 90,000 euros. Another unusual aspect: the jewels belonging to and drawn by Mariuccia Mandelli, in art Krizia, one of the earliest Italian signatures of Italian fashion, will be auctioned. An elegant way to introduce the last part of the auction, dedicated to clothes and fashion accessories. Federico Graglia
Auction of jewels and fashion vintage
17 – 18 May 2017 (Exhibition 12-13-14 May)
Palazzo Crivelli – Via Pontaccio 12, Milan




Anello in platino con zaffiro cabochon
Anello in platino con zaffiro cabochon

Boucheron, sautoir in tessuto di cotone, platino, corallo, onice, diamanti. Nappa in perle
Boucheron, sautoir in tessuto di cotone, platino, corallo, onice, diamanti. Nappa in perle
Bracciale rigido in oro giallo con il nome Mariuccia e il logo Krizia
Bracciale rigido in oro giallo con il nome Mariuccia e il logo Krizia
Spilla in oro giallo e argento, con diamanti rotondi e smalto guilloché
Spilla in oro giallo e argento, con diamanti rotondi e smalto guilloché
Cazzaniga, collier in oro bianco, rosa e giallo, con giadeite scolpita, corallo, perle, rubini, diamanti bianchi e fancy
Cazzaniga, collier in oro bianco, rosa e giallo, con giadeite scolpita, corallo, perle, rubini, diamanti bianchi e fancy
Coppia di bracciali a disegno floreale in oro giallo e bianco, diamanti, rubini ovali cabochon
Coppia di bracciali a disegno floreale in oro giallo e bianco, diamanti, rubini ovali cabochon
Spilla a forma di grappolo di uva in oro bianco, giallo, diamanti e perle South Sea
Spilla a forma di grappolo di uva in oro bianco, giallo, diamanti e perle South Sea
Krizia, collier con piattine di maglia a spina di pesce, metallo brunito, profilo di testa di pantera con strass e smalti
Krizia, collier con piattine di maglia a spina di pesce, metallo brunito, profilo di testa di pantera con strass e smalti
Pendente porta ricordi appartenuto a Luchino Visconti. Oro, argento, diamanti e perle
Pendente porta ricordi appartenuto a Luchino Visconti. Oro, argento, diamanti e perle
Pomellato, multi anello in oro bianco e giallo, lucido e satinato, ripiegabile
Pomellato, multi anello in oro bianco e giallo, lucido e satinato, ripiegabile
Bulgari, spilla in oro bianco, diamanti e perle coltivate dal bianco al grigio e al rosa.jpg
Bulgari, spilla in oro bianco, diamanti e perle coltivate dal bianco al grigio e al rosa.jpg

Cartier, bracciale in platino con diamanti rotondi, carré e ovali, con rubini ovali degradanti. Stima: 70-90.000 euro
Cartier, bracciale in platino con diamanti rotondi, carré e ovali, con rubini ovali degradanti. Stima: 70-90.000 euro







I tesori romantici di Christie’s

[wzslider]Tornano le grandi aste di gioielli. Christie’s il 16 aprile a New York porta in vendita 250 gioielli in due sessioni d’asta nella saleroom del Rockefeller Center. L’asta comprende una vasta gamma di gioielli, perle rare, gemme preziose. Un tesoro che porta le firme dalle maison top, come Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, VanCleef & Arpels, David Webb, Harry Winston. L’obiettivo è arrivare a 50 milioni. Secondo Rahul Kadakia, head of jewels Usa e Svizzera di Christie’s, «l’asta a New York comprende una magnifica selezione di pezzi importanti, gemme colorate rare e gioielli firmati». C’è anche una finalità benefica, dato che dalla vendita della collezione di Riki e Jerome Shaw una parte del ricavato sarà destinata al salvataggio degli animali destinati a un destino crudele. All’incanto ci sono anche la collezione di gioielli di Kathleen e Martin Field, con uno storica spilla con diamanti e smeraldi di da Van Cleef & Arpels, che è tra i pezzi più pregiati in vendita. Tra ‘altro, lo smeraldo centrale era montato in origine sul diadema di Maria-Luisa, la seconda moglie di Napoleone, realizzato da Etienne Nitot et Fils, a Parigi, in occasione del matrimonio dell’imperatore nel 1810. Maria Luisa lo donò in seguito alla zia, l’arciduchessa Elise e successivamente, nel 1953, il diadema è stato venduto a Van Cleef & Arpels. La maison, nel 1967, ha poi realizzato questa spilla attorno allo smeraldo per Sybil Harrington, una donna americana molto attiva nella filantropia. Questa spilla è già stata già venduta nel 1999 178.500 dollari.

L’asta di aprile presenta una selezione di gemme in formati che variano da meno di un carato fino a oltre 50 carati. Il top è una coppia di diamanti pendenti per orecchini di colore D (quindi assolutamente trasparente), senza inclusioni (Flawless) di taglio circolar di 22.60 e 22.31 carati(stima: 7–10 milioni di dollari). Molto quotato anche un diamante di taglio ovale, colore D, da ­­40,43 carati (stima: 5,8-7,8 milioni dollari), e un diamante taglio Briolette, trasparente (D) da 50,05 carati (stima: 5,5-7,5 milioni di dollari). In asta ci sono anche pezzi densi di storia, come il lotto 95, anello con il diamante Historic Fancy verde giallastro. È stato un anello di fidanzamento, regalo della contessa Eliza al conte Zygmunt Krasinski, uno dei grandi poeti polacchi romantici, sposato poi nel 1843. Federico Graglia

 

ukThe romantic jewelry at Christie’s

The return of the great jewelry auctions. April 16 at Christie’s in New York for sale port 250 in two sessions jewelry auction saleroom in Rockefeller Center. The auction includes a wide range of jewelry, gems, precious gems. A treasure that bears the signatures of the top fashion houses, such as Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, VanCleef & Arpels, David Webb, Harry Winston. The goal is to reach 50 million. According to Rahul Kadakia, head of Christie’s jewels U.S. and Switzerland, “the auction in New York has a great selection of important pieces, rare colored gemstones and jewelry designer.” There is also a beneficial purpose, since the sale of the collection of Riki and Jerome Shaw a portion of the proceeds will go to the rescue of animals destined for a cruel fate. There are also the charm the jewelry collection of Kathleen and Martin Field, with a historical brooch with diamonds and emeralds from Van Cleef & Arpels, which is among the most prized pieces for sale. Among other, the central emerald was originally mounted on the tiara of Marie-Louise, the second wife of Napoleon, made by Etienne Nitot et Fils, Paris, on the occasion of the marriage of the emperor in 1810. Maria Luisa later donated it to his aunt, Archduchess Elise and subsequently, in 1953, the tiara was sold to Van Cleef & Arpels. The fashion house in 1967, he then realized this around the emerald brooch for Sybil Harrington, an American woman very active in philanthropy. This brooch has already been sold in 1999 178.500 dollars.

The auction of April, presents a selection of gemstones in sizes ranging from less than one carat to over 50 carats. The top is a pair of diamond earrings pendants for color D (therefore completely transparent), without inclusions (Flawless) cut circularly from 22:31 and 22.60 carats (estimate: 7-10 million dollars). Very popular at an oval cut diamond, D color, from 40.43 carats (estimate: 5.8000000 to 7.8000000 dollars), and a diamond cut Briolette, transparent (D) from 50.05 carats (estimate: 5,5-7,5 million). In the auction there are also pieces full of history, such as lot 95 ring with diamond Historic Fancy yellowish green. It was an engagement ring, a gift from Countess Eliza Count Zygmunt Krasinski, one of the great Polish Romantic poets, then married in 1843.

france-flagLes bijoux romantique chez Christie’s

Le retour des grandes ventes aux enchères de bijoux. 16 avril à Christie’s à New York pour vendre le port 250 en deux sessions bijoux aux enchères en salle des ventes du Rockefeller Center. La vente aux enchères comprend une large gamme de bijoux, gemmes, pierres précieuses. Un trésor qui porte les signatures des grandes maisons de couture, comme Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels, David Webb, Harry Winston. L’objectif est d’atteindre 50 millions d’euros. Selon Rahul Kadakia, tête de bijoux de Christie’s États-Unis et la Suisse, “la vente aux enchères à New York a une grande sélection de pièces importantes, pierres précieuses de couleur rares et créateur de bijoux.” Il ya aussi un effet bénéfique, puisque la vente de la collection de Riki et Jerome Shaw une partie des profits seront versés à la rescousse des animaux destinés à un sort cruel. Il ya aussi le charme de la collection de bijoux de Kathleen et Martin Field, avec une broche historique avec des diamants et émeraudes de Van Cleef & Arpels, qui est parmi les pièces les plus prisées pour la vente. Parmi d’autre, l’émeraude centrale a été monté à l’origine sur la tiare de Marie- Louise, la seconde femme de Napoléon, faite par Etienne Nitot et Fils, Paris, à l’occasion du mariage de l’empereur en 1810. Maria Luisa plus tard a fait don à sa tante, l’archiduchesse Elise et par la suite, en 1953, la tiare a été vendue à Van Cleef & Arpels. La maison de couture en 1967, il a ensuite réalisé ce autour de la broche d’émeraude pour Sybil Harrington, une femme américaine très active dans la philanthropie. Cette broche a déjà été vendu en 1999 178.500 dollars.

La vente aux enchères de Avril, présente une sélection de pierres précieuses dans des tailles allant de moins d’un carat de plus de 50 carats. Le sommet est une paire de boucles d’oreilles de diamants pendentifs pour la couleur D (donc totalement transparente), sans inclusions (Flawless) coupées circulaire de 22h31 et 22.60 carats (estimation: 7-10 millions de dollars). Très populaire à un diamant de taille ovale, de couleur D, de 40,43 carats (estimation: 5,8-7,8 milions de dollars), et un diamant briolette coupé, transparent (D) à partir de 50,05 carats (estimation: 5,5- 7, 5 millions). Dans la vente aux enchères il ya aussi des pièces chargées d’histoire, comme beaucoup 95 bague avec diamant historique Fantaisie vert jaunâtre. C’était une bague de fiançailles, un don de la comtesse Eliza Nombre de Zygmunt Krasinski, l’un des grands poètes romantiques polonais, alors marié en 1843.

german-flagDie romantische Schmuck bei Christie’s

Die Rückkehr der großen Schmuck-Auktionen. 16. April bei Christie’s in New York zum Verkauf Port 250 in zwei Sitzungen Schmuck-Auktion Verkaufsraum im Rockefeller Center. Die Auktion umfasst eine breite Palette von Schmuck, Edelsteine, Edelsteine. Ein Schatz, der die Unterschriften der Top-Modehäuser wie Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels, David Webb, Harry Winston trägt. Das Ziel wird auf 50 Millionen. Laut Rahul Kadakia, Leiter der Christie’s Juwelen USA und der Schweiz “die Auktion in New York hat eine große Auswahl der wichtigsten Stücke, seltene Farbedelsteine ​​und Schmuck -Designer.” Es ist auch ein Vorteil Zweck, da der Verkauf der Sammlung von Riki und Jerome Shaw ein Teil des Erlöses wird an die Rettung der Tiere für einen grausamen Schicksal bestimmt zu gehen. Es gibt auch den Charme der Schmuck-Kollektion von Kathleen und Martin Feld, mit einem historischen Brosche mit Diamanten und Smaragden von Van Cleef & Arpels, die zu den wertvollsten Stücke zu verkaufen ist. Unter “anderen wurde die zentrale smaragd ursprünglich auf die Tiara von Marie -Louise, der zweiten Frau von Napoleon, von Etienne Nitot et Fils, Paris, auf der anlässlich der Hochzeit des Kaisers im Jahre 1810 montiert. Maria Luisa später schenkte es seiner Tante, Erzherzogin Elise und anschließend, im Jahr 1953, die Tiara wurde Van Cleef & Arpels verkauft. Das Modehaus im Jahr 1967, er dann realisiert, dies um den Smaragd -Brosche für Sybil Harrington, einer amerikanischen Frau sehr aktiv in der Philanthropie. Diese Brosche wurde bereits in 1999 178.500 Dollar verkauft worden.

Die Auktion von April, präsentiert eine Auswahl von Edelsteinen in den Größen von weniger als einem Karat auf über 50 Karat. Die Oberseite ist ein Paar Diamant- Ohrringe Anhänger für Farb D (also völlig transparent), ohne Einschlüsse (Flawless) kreisförmig geschnitten von 22.31 und 22.60 Karat (Schätzung: 7-10 Millionen Dollar). Sehr beliebt bei einem oval geschliffener Diamant, D Farbe, von 40.43 Karat (Schätzpreis: 5,8-7,8 Millionen Dollar), und einem Diamanten geschnitten Briolette, transparent (D) 50,05 Karat (Schätzpreis: 5,5 -7, 5 Millionen). In der Auktion gibt es auch Stücke voller Geschichte, wie viel 95 Ring mit Diamanten Historische Fancy gelblich grün. Es war ein Verlobungsring, ein Geschenk von Eliza Gräfin Graf Zygmunt Krasinski, einer der großen polnischen Dichter der Romantik, dann im Jahr 1843 geheiratet.

flag-russiaРомантическая ювелирные изделия на Кристи

Возвращение великих аукционах ювелирных изделий. 16 апреля в Кристис в Нью-Йорке на продажу порта 250 в двух сессиях ювелирного аукциона аукционный зал в Рокфеллер-центра. Аукцион включает в себя широкий спектр ювелирных изделий, драгоценных камней, драгоценных камней. Сокровище, которое стоит подпись ведущих домов моды, таких как Сюзанна Belperron Рене Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, ван Клиф & Arpels, Дэвид Уэбб, Harry Winston. Цель состоит в том, чтобы достичь 50 миллионов. По Rahul Kadakia, глава драгоценностей Кристи США и Швейцарии, “аукцион в Нью-Йорке имеет большой выбор важных частей, редких цветных драгоценных камней и ювелирных изделий дизайнера. ” Существует также полезно цель, так как продажа коллекции Рики и Джером Шоучасть доходов пойдет на помощь животных, предназначенных для жестокой судьбы. Есть также очарование коллекция ювелирных изделий из Кэтлин и Мартин поле, с исторической брошь с бриллиантами и изумрудами из Van Cleef & Arpels, который является одним из самых ценных частей для продажи. Среди “других, центральный изумруд был первоначально установлен на тиаре Марии-Луизы, второй жены Наполеона, сделанные Этьен Нито и др. Fils, Париже, по случаю бракосочетания императора в 1810 году. Мария Луиза позже подарил ее своей тетей, герцогини Elise и впоследствии, в 1953 году, тиара была продана Van Cleef & Arpels. Дом моды в 1967 году, он тогда понял, что это вокруг изумрудно брошь для Сибил Харрингтон, американской женщиной очень активной в благотворительности. Эта брошь продан в 1999 178.500 долларов.

Аукцион апреля представляет подборку драгоценных камней в размерах от менее одного карата в более чем 50 карат. Верхняя пара бриллиантовые серьги подвески для цвета D (поэтому полностью прозрачный), без включений (Flawless), вырезанных по кругу от 22:31 и 22,60 карат (эстимейт: 7-10 миллионов долларов). Очень популярны в овальной огранки, D цвета, от 40,43 карат (эстимейт: 5,8000000 до 7,8000000 долларов), и алмаз сократить бриолет, прозрачный (D) от 50,05 карат (эстимейт: 5,5- 7, 5 миллионов долларов). В аукционе есть и частей, полные истории, такие как партии 95 кольцо с бриллиантами исторического Fancy желтовато-зеленый. Это было обручальное кольцо, подарок от графини Элизы графа Зигмунта Красински, один из великих польских романтических поэтов, то женился в 1843 году.

spagna-okLas joyas romántica en Christie’s

El retorno de las grandes subastas de joyas. 16 de abril a Christie’s en Nueva York para la venta del puerto 250 en dos sesiones de la joyería de la sala de subastas de la subasta en el Rockefeller Center. La subasta incluye una amplia gama de joyas, gemas, piedras preciosas. Un tesoro que lleva las firmas de las casas de moda, como Suzanne Belperron, René Boivin, Bulgari, Cartier, Tiffany, VanCleef & Arpels, David Webb, Harry Winston. La meta es llegar a 50 millones. Según Rahul Kadakia, jefe de joyas de Christie’s de Estados Unidos y Suiza, “la subasta en Nueva York tiene una gran selección de piezas importantes, las piedras preciosas de colores raros y diseñadora de joyas.” También hay un fin útil, ya que la venta de la colección de Riki y Jerome Shaw una porción de los ingresos irá al rescate de los animales destinados a un destino cruel. Hay también el encanto de la colección de joyas de Kathleen y Martin Field, con un broche histórico con diamantes y esmeraldas de Van Cleef & Arpels, que está entre las piezas más preciadas para la venta. Entre “otros, la esmeralda central fue montada originalmente en la tiara de Marie -Louise, la segunda esposa de Napoleón, realizada por Etienne Nitot et Fils, París, con motivo de las bodas del emperador en 1810. Maria Luisa tarde la donó a su tía, la archiduquesa Elise y posteriormente, en 1953, la tiara fue vendido a Van Cleef & Arpels. La casa de moda en 1967, él se dio cuenta de esto alrededor de la broche de esmeraldas para Sybil Harrington, una mujer americana muy activo en la filantropía. Este broche ya se ha vendido en el 1999 178.500 dólares.

La subasta del mes de abril, presenta una selección de piedras preciosas en tamaños que van desde menos de un quilate a más de 50 quilates. La parte superior es un par de pendientes de diamantes colgantes para el color D (por lo tanto, completamente transparente), sin inclusiones (Flawless) Corte circular de 22:31 y 22.60 quilates (estimación: 7-10 millones de dólares). Muy popular en un diamante oval de corte, color D, de 40,43 quilates (estimado: 5,8-7,8 de dólares), y un diamante cortado Briolette, transparente (D) de 50,05 quilates (estimado: 5,5- 7, $ 5 millones). En la subasta también hay piezas llenas de historia, como la gran cantidad de anillo 95 con el diamante Histórico Fantasía verde amarillento. Era un anillo de compromiso, un regalo de la condesa Eliza Conde Zygmunt Krasinski, uno de los grandes poetas románticos polacos, luego se casó en 1843.