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Ring with 4.01-carat GIA-certified diamond solitaire, est. $40,000-$44,000

Spectacular estate jewelry and art lead Case’s Jan. 29-30 auction

Ring with 4.01-carat GIA-certified diamond solitaire, est. $40,000-$44,000

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The forecast is for plenty of ice – as in diamonds – at the upcoming Winter Case Antiques Auction. Jewelry from estate collections headlines the January 29-30 sale, along with a Charles Marion Russell western bronze, Mid-century Modern furniture by Paul Evans and Knoll, and silver by Georg Jensen and Paul Storr. The 1,172-lot auction also features American and European paintings; early Southern decorative arts; historical items and Asian antiques. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Shiny black Crocodile Porosus Hermes Birkin 35 bag, est. $25,000-$40,000

Freeman’s to auction handbags, luxury accessories, Oct. 28

Shiny black Crocodile Porosus Hermes Birkin 35 bag, est. $25,000-$40,000

Shiny black Crocodile Porosus Hermes Birkin 35 bag, est. $25,000-$40,000

PHILADELPHIA— On Thursday, October 28, Freeman’s presents a Fine Jewelry and Luxury Accessories auction featuring 74 lots of jewelry, handbags, and fine accessories. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Fancy light yellow diamond ring, which sold for $308,700

Yellow diamond ring sparkled brightly at Freeman’s May 19 sale

Fancy light yellow diamond ring, which sold for $308,700

Fancy light yellow diamond ring, which sold for $308,700

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Freeman’s is pleased to announce the results of its May 19 Jewelry and Watches auction, which confirms Freeman’s leading market position as a destination for fine pieces from renowned makers and houses. Art Deco designs performed particularly well, but the 157-lot sale saw competitive bidding from both phone and online buyers for a wide range of styles and pieces. An impressive fancy light yellow diamond ring achieved $308,700, leading the sale and surpassing the piece’s high estimate.

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