NEW YORK – A Harry Winston emerald, diamond and gold bangle bracelet; a pair of David Webb 18K gold, emerald and diamond earrings; and an Oscar Heyman gold, platinum, diamond and emerald tennis bracelet will compete for top-lot status at Jasper52’s Exclusive Estate and Designer Jewelry auction, which will be held on Tuesday, July 11, starting at 8 pm Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
The items in the 337-lot sale that boast the highest estimates feature white diamonds, such as an Art Deco platinum ring centered on a 10.03-carat GIA-certified stone; a 1960s Art Deco Revival diamond and platinum bracelet; a circa-1900 pair of Victorian silver, gold and diamond drop stud earrings; a Harry Winston platinum ring with a 4.03-carat emerald-cut diamond; an Art Deco suite of diamond and platinum earrings and a necklace that can become a choker or a pair of bracelets; a Sophia D diamond and platinum ring with a 5.08-carat stone; and a pair of heart-shape diamond dangle earrings set in platinum, by Moussaieff.
The sale lineup also happens to have a notable selection of pieces by Boucheron, including an 18K gold, sapphire and diamond retro clip brooch; a 1970s brooch in 18K gold, coral and black onyx; a diamond and platinum tennis bracelet from the 1950s; a coral, onyx, diamond and gold necklace and earrings set; and a ladies’ quartz wristwatch in 18K gold with numerous ruby beads and 11.41 carats of diamonds.
All three highlights in the July 11 sale combine emeralds, diamonds and gold. First among them is a Harry Winston bangle bracelet that dates to the 1990s. It sports more than 12 carats of emeralds, and the diamonds, which weigh in at 16.50 carats, are of F color and VVS2-VS1 clarity. The bangle bracelet is estimated at $125,000-$150,000.
Representing the work of David Webb is a pair of Day and Night earrings in 18K gold, emeralds and diamonds, estimated at $120,000-$144,000. The pair was created in the 2000s and each piece is centered on an elongated pear-cut emerald that weighs 3.05 carats and 2.75 carats, respectively. The diamonds are set in platinum, are round-, brilliant- and marquise-cut, are of G-H color and VS clarity, and together weigh 18.50 carats.
The final highlight is a circa-1960s Oscar Heyman tennis bracelet in gold, platinum, diamonds and emeralds – precisely 18 of each stone. The emeralds have a carat weight of 10.34, while the diamonds total 10.71 carats. The bracelet is estimated at $91,000-$109,000.
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