03 juillet 2017

Wartski at Masterpiece London 2017

An enamel and gem-set Neo-Egyptian brooch by Gustave Baugrand. Wartski, Stand C1 © 2017 MASTERPIECE LONDON LTD centred with an oval rock crystal panel applied with an enamelled portrait of the Egyptian goddess Isis, her head-dress and twin necklaces lavishly set with diamonds, rubies and emeralds, the border similarly decorated and set with three carved emerald scarabs. René Lalique. A gold, enamel and glass necklace in the Egyptian taste. Paris, c.1905. Wartski, Stand C1 © 2017 MASTERPIECE LONDON LTD ... [Lire la suite]

03 juillet 2015

Wartski at Masterpiece London 2015

A magnificent neo-classical gold fringe necklace by Eugene Fontenay, Paris, circa 1875. Wartski at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C1. A Pair of Antique Gold Earrings. French. Circa 1880. Wartski at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C1. in the form of pails suspended on movable gold chains from well wheel pulleys, the yellow gold pails finely chased to represent wooden staves, bound by platinum hoops.  A Gold, Enamel and Gem-Set Frame by Carl Fabergé. Workmaster: Johann Victor Aarne, St.... [Lire la suite]
04 avril 2014

An Egyptian-Revival Multi-Gem ‘Pharaoh’ Brooch, by Gustave Baugrand

An Egyptian-Revival Multi-Gem ‘Pharaoh’ Brooch, by Gustave Baugrand. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2014 Designed as an oval rock crystal bombé plaque set with an applied orangy-brown enamel pharaoh, with a rose-cut diamond and vari-cut emerald and ruby headdress and decoration, within a similarly-set frame, enhanced by emerald scarabs and pearls, to the calibré-cut ruby pendant hoop, mounted in gold, circa 1897. Signed Baugrand for Gustave Baugrand. Estimate: $30,000 – $50,000Christie's. MAGNIFICENT JEWELS, 16 April 2014, New... [Lire la suite]
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22 septembre 2011

Rare blue diamond by Bulgari sells for 1.9 million pounds in Bonhams Fine Jewellery sale

A diamond and blue diamond crossover ring by Bulgari estimated at £600,000-800,000. Sold for: for £1.9 million. Photo: Bonhams. LONDON.- One of the world’s rarest stones, a blue diamond, has sold for £1,889,250 at the Bonhams Fine Jewellery Sale in New Bond Street. Originally estimated to sell for £600,000 – 800,000, the stunning diamond and blue diamond crossover ring made by Bulgari circa 1960 received an unprecedented amount of interest from national and international clients. The ring came from a private European collector... [Lire la suite]
20 septembre 2011

A rare gem-set and diamond peacock brooch, by Gustave Baugrand, circa 1867

A rare gem-set and diamond peacock brooch, by Gustave Baugrand, circa 1867. Photo Bonhams Finely modelled as a peacock, the body pavé-set with circular-cut sapphires, to a sprung fan of rose-cut and cushion-shaped diamond plumes each highlighted with a square-cut emerald 'eye' and a circular-cut ruby, perched on a 10.0mm pearl, signed Baugrand, detachable brooch fitting, height 5.9cm, pearl untested, fitted maker's case - Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000, US$ 16,000 - 25,000 Notes: Jewels by the French Imperial jeweller, Gustave... [Lire la suite]
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