NEW YORK – A gold, diamond and tanzanite ring, a gold charm bracelet, and a gold pin with a cluster of South Sea pearls will compete for top-lot status at Jasper52’s Spring Fine Jewelry and Stones auction, which will be held on Wednesday, June 21, starting at 7 pm Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
Other lots in the sale include several choices for men, led by a 14K gold and diamond ring with a brushed finish; a set of 14K gold lapis lazuli cufflinks; a diamond solitaire ring of 14K gold; a set of 14K gold vintage cufflinks that sport a European crest; a gold rope chain necklace strung with a gold dumbbell pendant; and a 14K gold Bulova Accutron wristwatch.
Equally worthy of mention is a small selection of pieces, all offered as individual lots, which represent aspects of the Jewish religion. These include a 14K gold gilt filigree Star of David pendant; a 14K yellow and white gold Kabbala prayer pendant with what are described as flaming letters; a 14K gold charm bracelet with charms of a six-pointed star and a menorah, which the lot notes state is an Israel tour souvenir; and a 14K gold pendant that is a functional Torah.
Featured highlights of the sale include an undated 14k gold pin graced with a cluster of seven lustrous white South Sea pearls, estimated at $1,200-$1,500.
Another strong offering is a 14K gold eight-charm link bracelet that sports a cameo, a cross, a pendulum, a butterfly, a toddler shoe, a flame-shaped piece of coral, a diamond-decorated open heart and a gold heart engraved with a multi-point star. It is estimated at $1,500-$2,000.
The final highlight is a 14K gold, tanzanite and diamond ring, estimated at $1,000-$1,200. The violet-blue tanzanite is natural and weighs 1.10 carats, while the diamonds are round- and full-cut, are of H color and Vs-2 clarity, and together weigh .36 of a carat.
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