Lot 107.  Formerly from the Collection of Queen Narriman of Egypt. 18 Karat Gold, Citrine and Diamond Necklace and Bracelet, Sterlé, Paris, circa 1950. Estimation 175,000 — 225,000 USD. Photo: Sotheby's.

The necklace and bracelet of stylized wreath form, the bracelet enhanced by a gold link tassel, set with numerous pear-shaped citrines and one heart-shaped citrine, accented by round and single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 11.00 carats, necklace length 15 inches, unsigned, numbered 2444, with French assay marks, bracelet length 6¼ inches, signed Sterlé, Paris, numbered 2445, with French assay marks; circa 1950.

ProvenanceFormerly from the Collection of Queen Narriman of Egypt.


Queen Narriman of Egypt wearing lot 107 in Switzerland, 1955.

NoteFor a necklace of similar design, see Sterlé Joallier by Viviane Jutheau, page 59.

Sotheby's. Magnificent Jewels Including the Legendary Stotesbury Emerald, New York, 25 avr. 2017, 10:00 AM.