09 mars 2014

Georgian Translucent Agate Maltese Cross, English Made, Scottish Agate perhaps, Circa 1820-30.

Georgian Translucent Agate Maltese Cross, English Made, Scottish Agate perhaps, Circa 1820-30.
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03 février 2014

A diamond Maltese cross pendant-brooch, circa 1825

A diamond Maltese cross pendant-brooch, circa 1825. Photo: Bonhams. Each arm set with cushion-shaped and old brilliant-cut diamonds, interspersed by a graduated row of similarly-cut diamonds, to a central old brilliant-cut diamond cluster, in open-back pinched collet-settings throughout, diamonds approx. 7.10cts total, detachable brooch setting, width 4.5cm. Estimate £3,000 - 4,000 (€3,600 - 4,800) Bonhams. JEWELLERY. 12 Feb 2014, London, Knightsbridge - www.bonhams.com
25 avril 2012

A diamond Maltese cross brooch/pendant, circa 1820

A diamond Maltese cross brooch-pendant, circa 1820. Photo Bonhams The arms of the cross alternating with fleur-de-lys motifs, set throughout with cushion-shaped diamonds with pear-shaped diamond highlights, with a cushion-shaped diamond cluster to the centre, mounted in silver and gold, detachable pendant loop, diamonds approximately 11.50 carats total, width 5.2cm, fitted case by Collingwood & Son, 48 Conduit St London. Sold for £15,000 Note: By tradition the stones in this pendant were formerly the property of... [Lire la suite]
16 novembre 2010

Tiffany & Co JEWELRY @ Doyle New York

Platinum and Diamond Ring, Tiffany & Co. © Doyle New York Centering one asscher-cut diamond approximately 3.19 cts., flanked by 8 square-cut diamonds, the basket set with 12 single-cut diamonds, signed Tiffany & Co., circa 1920, approximately 2.2 dwt. Size 4 1/2. Estimate $30,000-50,000 With GIA report no. 2125771817 stating that the diamond is F color, VVS2 clarity. Estate of Ann Meserole Wilson Platinum and Diamond Ring, Tiffany & Co. © Doyle New York Centering one emerald-cut diamond approximately... [Lire la suite]
31 janvier 2010

Jessica Kagan Cushman: Drop Dead Chic jewelry

Scrimshaw Spider Cuff by Jessica Kagan Cushman Flaunting a perilously captivating spider, this genuine scrimshaw spider cuff suggests equal parts Pop and Victoriana with the elegant touch of a beautiful entomological rendering. Made of fossilized mammoth ivory, this hand-inked, hand-finished piece flaunts all the delectable natural nuances that give scrimshaw its unique appeal. Measures 1 3/4" wide with a 1 1/4" opening. Price $2,650.00 Scrimshaw Fly Cuff by Jessica Kagan Cushman Fascinating and fabulous,... [Lire la suite]
10 juin 2009

An antique diamond necklace, circa 1800

An antique diamond necklace, circa 1800 Designed as a series of alternating old-cut diamond flowerheads and entwined oval links suspending a detachable diamond-set Maltese cross pendant, with loop terminals for the attachment of a ribbon tie, in closed back setting, mounted in silver and gold, 35.0 cm long.. Estimate £12,000 - £15,000 ($19,392 - $24,240) - Price Realized £37,250 ($60,196)Christie's. Jewellery. 10 June 2009. London, King Street www.christies.com
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11 mai 2009

Emerald and diamond brooch, David Webb, 1970s

Emerald and diamond brooch, David Webb, 1970s Designed as a stylised Maltese cross, the cabochon pear-shaped emerald set within a border of pear-shaped diamonds, to the single- and brilliant-cut stone surrounds, mounted in platinum, signed David Webb. Est. 60,000—95,000 CHF NOTE: The Maltese cross or cross of St John motif is named after the white cross worn as an emblem on the black robes of the Knights Hospitallers, a military and religious order that grew from the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem and was established in... [Lire la suite]


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