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IMPORTANT JEWELS 11 JUNE 2017 | TORONTO



IMPORTANT JEWELS 11 JUNE 2017 | TORONTO

General Enquiries

+1 416 968 7500

FAX +1 416 968 7739 900 - 1200 BAY STREET

TORONTO, ONTARIO

CANADA M5R 2A5

+1 416 968 7500 FAX +1 416 968 7739 WWW.DUPUIS.CA

Ron Dupuis, President ron.dupuis@dupuis.ca

Specialists

Duncan Parker

duncan.parker@dupuis.ca Christian Dupuis-Roy

christian.dupuis-roy@dupuis.ca

Cataloguers

Christian Dupuis-Roy

christian.dupuis-roy@dupuis.ca Deirdre Rooney

deirdre.rooney@dupuis.ca

Preview and Auction Enquiries

Cliff Daravongsa

Absentee and Telephone Bids

A form is provided at the back of catalogue. FAX +1 416 968 7739 Condition Reports

Dupuis is pleased to offer more in-depth

information about any lot in this sale. This

may include, but is not limited to, the general condition and quality of stones. We also

endeavour to address any specific questions.

CONDITIONREPORTS@DUPUIS.CA Online Catalogue

WWW.DUPUIS.CA

Search by keyword or category. Sort diamonds by carat weight, shape, colour or clarity grade. Dupuis’ App provides access to

the current catalogue and the sale results archive of recent auctions. Available on iPhone and iPad.

cliff.daravongsa@dupuis.ca

Payment and Shipping Coordinator

Pavel Zvertsov

pavel.zvertsov@dupuis.ca

9TH FLOOR 1200 BAY STREET TORONTO

Monday 29 May – Saturday 3 June

Monday 5 June – Saturday 10 June

Daily, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM except Saturdays until 4:00 PM

Our jewellery expert, Duncan Parker,

will be highlighting some of the notable

jewels at 6 PM on Monday May 29th.

Enjoy a glass of wine and chocolates

with a friend during the evening preview

of the collection.

AUCTION

WINDSOR ARMS HOTEL 18 ST THOMAS STREET TORONTO

Sunday 11 June 2017

Session One

beginning 11:00 AM Lots 1 – 216

Marly Kadak

marly.kadak@dupuis.ca

PREVIEW

Intermission See and hear the auctioneer in real time.

In order to bid, pre-registration is required.

For more information, visit WWW.DUPUIS.CA.

2:00 PM

Session Two

beginning 2:30 PM Lots 217 – 404

FRONT COVER ILLUSTRATION LOT 404

BACK COVER ILLUSTRATION LOT 401

Auctioneer licence number T83-4717450

Canada’s Premier Jewellery Auction House since 1986

LOT 132 Gold Brooch, by Fred


NO TICE T O BIDDERS

Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers Inc. (“Dupuis”) strives for accuracy in describing the lots offered for sale. All descriptions in the catalogue along with any saleroom announcements are our opinion only — to the best of our knowledge. We make no warranties as to their authenticity, maker’s

marks, signatures, age, condition, quality, materials, gems, measurements, weights, etc. Prospective buyers should inspect lots prior to bidding. By bidding in this auction, you accept that you are bound by the terms and conditions outlined below.

BUYER’S PREMIUM

Each lot is subject to a buyer’s premium of

25% up to and including $100,000 and 20%

on the amount in excess of $100,000. The

total purchase price is the aggregate of the bid price plus the buyer’s premium.

APPLICABLE TAX

Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) on the

total purchase price including the buyer’s premium.

This tax does not apply to purchases being shipped to destinations outside Canada.

AS IS

As most jewellery sold at auction shows signs

of previous wear and may have been repaired

or altered, all lots are sold on an “AS IS” basis. The catalogue descriptions reflect our opinion

only, to the best of our knowledge and may

not necessarily be complete. We make no

warranties whatsoever as to the correctness

of any information provided (including weights,

metals, etc.), either expressed or implied and

Dupuis disclaims responsibility for same. Illustrations in the catalogue and images on

our website are for identification only and not

intended to represent the actual colour, size or condition of items offered.

LIMITED WARRANTY

Notwithstanding the preceding, if within

TWENTY-ONE (21) DAYS after the sale, the

purchaser gives notice that the lot has been

misrepresented, and within three (3) days thereafter the said lot is returned in the same

condition as at the time of sale and satisfies

Dupuis that, considered in light of the catalogue description and any amendments

thereto, the lot is not as described, then the

sale may be rescinded and the purchase price refunded at the sole discretion of Dupuis.

CONDITIONS OF SALE INSPECTION OF LO TS

CONDITION REPORTS

inspection of lots. Our jewellery specialists and

reference to condition or quality of lots. As a

A Preview is held to facilitate your personal

helpful staff are on hand to assist prospective

buyers. For your convenience, appropriate

lighting and mirrors are available. In advance of

the exhibition, our specialists prepare extra information about the condition and quality of each lot. However, it is the responsibility of

prospective buyers to inspect each lot upon

which they intend to bid

and rely on their

own judgment or that of independent advis-

ers.

Dupuis catalogue descriptions do not make

service to our clients, we are pleased to provide condition reports upon request. Such

reports reflect our opinion only, to the best of

our knowledge, and may not necessarily be

complete. For more information on specific lots, please contact our jewellery specialists.

ESTIMATES

The estimate below each description is the

opinion of our jewellery specialists. Where

possible, these are based on the prices

WAT CHES

realized for similar items at past auctions.

All watches should be viewed personally by

Estimates are not definitive and should not be

Virtually all watches have been repaired in

of actual selling prices.

tain replacement parts. Watch cases and

REGISTRATION

All watches are sold “AS IS”.

Registrants attending the auction will be

DIAMONDS AND COLOURED STONES

purposes. Registrants are responsible for

prospective buyers to assess the condition.

the normal course of wearing and may conbracelets may contain after-market diamonds.

Prospective

buyers

are

advised

relied upon as representations or predictions

All bidders are required to pre-register.

provided with a numbered paddle for bidding

that

payment of purchases resulting from all

enhanced by a variety of means to improve

number. Transfer of purchases to another

are common practices within the jewellery

paddles must be reported immediately.

coloured gemstones and diamonds may be

their clarity or colour. Certain treatments

industry. For example, heating of coloured

successful bids acknowledged to their paddle

person or paddle is not permitted. Lost

gemstones is an accepted method of

ABSENTEE BIDDING

be permanent under stable circumstances.

wish to bid by proxy, please use the form at

enhancement and is generally considered to

Methods of enhancement that may be used

on various gemstones include: dyeing, laser

drilling, irradiating, bleaching, oiling, filling,

coating, faceting and polishing. Unless the

catalogue description specifically states that

the gemstone is of natural colour or clarity, prospective bidders should assume that some

form of treatment may have been used and the enhancement may not be permanent.

If you are unable to attend the auction but the back of the catalogue. If you have not

purchased in our auctions within the past year, please supply references.

Requests for absentee bidding and/or

telephone bidding should be received at least 24 hours prior to the start of the sale. When

identical bids are received, the first one

acknowledged by the auctioneer will take

precedence. Telephone bidding is subject to

availability of lines during the auction. It is

strongly recommended that bids be placed

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early. Dupuis offers these bidding alternatives

CURRENCY OF SALE

will not be held responsible for errors or fail-

convenience to international bidders, Dupuis

as a convenience to prospective buyers and ures in executing such bids.

Bidding is in Canadian Dollars. However, as a provides approximate estimates in other cur-

rencies. It is the responsibility of prospective

ONLINE BIDDING

Dupuis Live allows you to see and hear the

auctioneer in real time and was developed to

buyers to independently ascertain the exchange rate of their respective currencies.

make your auction purchasing even more con-

PAYMENT

website at www.dupuis.ca.

five (5) business days after the auction. A 2%

venient. For more information please visit our

AUCTION PROCESS

The highest bidder acknowledged by the

auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event

of any dispute during the sale, the auctioneer

may, at his sole discretion, determine the successful bidder or re-offer the lot. The auctioneer’s decision is final. If your bid is

successful your paddle number will be

acknowledged and recorded by the auctioneer.

The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse

any bid or bidder and to advance the bidding increments at his absolute discretion. Each lot offered for sale may be subject to a protective

reserve as set by the consignor or auctioneer.

The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee

to bid on the consignor’s behalf, on any lot subject to a reserve.

Lots are sold at an average pace of 90 lots per

hour and the standard bidding increments are

as follows:

$ $ $ $ $

0 to $

500

by

$

25

2,000

by

$

100

500 to

$

1,000

2,000 to

$

5,000

1,000 to 5,000 to

$ 10,000 to $ 20,000 to $ 50,000 to $ 100,000 to $ 200,000 to

$

$ 10,000 $ 20,000 $ 50,000 $ 100,000 $ 200,000 $ 500,000

by by by by by by by by

$ $ $

50

200 500

$ 1,000 $ 2,000 $ 5,000 $ 10,000 $ 20,000

above $500,000 at auctioneer’s discretion

PICKUP OF JEWELLERY

The schedule for clearance of purchases at Dupuis’ offices at 900-1200 Bay Street, is from

10:00 AM to 4:00 PM beginning Monday 12 June 2017.

SHIPPING AND EXPORT

As a convenience to purchasers and after

full payment has been made, we can arrange

Purchases are due and payable in full within

to have the property packaged and shipped

surcharge is applicable on overdue payments.

will act in accordance with the written

In the event of failure to pay within the afore-

mentioned period, Dupuis, without limitation of the rights of the consignor against the pur-

chaser, may resell the lot(s). In such case the

original purchaser will be held responsible to

Dupuis and the consignor for any deficiency in

price, collection costs, storage fees and the overdue payment fees.

BANK TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS

Currency:

Canadian Dollars

Account Name:

Dupuis Fine Jewellery

Auctioneers Inc.

Account Number:

07600-1257663

SWIFT Code:

BOFMCAM2

Beneficiary Bank:

BMO Bank of Montreal

Bank Address:

2601 Granville Street Vancouver, BC

Canada V6H 3H2

Payments in other currencies are subject to the exchange rate provided by Dupuis, upon

request, on date of payment.

O THER METHODS OF PAYMENT

Payment may be made by certified cheque, money order or bank draft. Personal or com-

pany cheques may be accepted at Dupuis’ sole

discretion. Until approved, purchases may not be removed from Dupuis premises before

clearance of cheque. Cash payment is limited to amounts below $10,000.

Payment by VISA or MasterCard may

be accepted only in person to a maximum of $50,000.

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at the purchaser’s request and expense. We

instructions you provide. The costs for

insured shipments vary depending on destination. All items for shipment are carefully

packaged; however, Dupuis is not responsi-

ble for any loss or damage, once it has been

shipped.

CUST OMS REGULATIONS

It is the responsibility of prospective buyers to check with their own government in

regard to any import restrictions. Some

examples are as follows: materials such as ivory, tortoiseshell and coral; watches to the

U.S. such as Rolex, Piaget, Corum and Franck Muller; certain luxury watches to other countries.

In accordance with the Nor th American

Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) there is no

duty on jewels that have been manufactured in Nor th America when shipped to U.S. or Mexico.


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TWO STERLING SILVER FLORAL JEWELS , BY GEORG JENSEN

Including a necklace composed of polished tulip links, numbered 66, length 16 1/2 inches; and a pair of earrings designed as fluted small twin tulip buds, numbered 100 and 100A, each in sterling silver, signed Georg Jensen, Denmark CDN

$1,200–1,600

US

$876–1,168

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A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PENDANT CHARMS

Each small openwork pendant decorated with tiny rose-cut diamonds; one with a sapphire, one with a turquoise, one with white enamel and sapphires; four mounted in platinum, one mounted in platinum and 18k gold, each numbered, one signed Cartier, circa 1906 to 1911 (5) CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

A WHITE GOLD 'ANNEAU' RING , BY CHAUMET

The broad 18k white gold tapering bombé band, signed Chaumet and numbered 653054, French assay marks, size 6 1/2 CDN

$1,460–2,190

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$1,500–2,000

US

$1,095–1,460


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A MULTI-GEM AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

The fluted hinged hoop decorated with a sapphire, an emerald and a ruby cabochon amid diamond-set X motifs, mounted in 14k gold, inner circumference 6 1/8 inches CDN

$2,800–3,200

US

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A RETRO MOONSTONE, RUBY AND TWO-TONE GOLD BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The asymmetrical design with cross-hatch textured oval frame and flowing ribbon swirls, featuring an oval moonstone amid small rubies, mounted in 14k pink and yellow gold, signed Tiffany & Co., circa 1940

$2,044–2,336

CDN

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$2,400–3,000

US

$1,752–2,190


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A RETRO RUBY AND GOLD NECKLACE,

BY CARTIER

The polished brick linking strap composed of pivoting overlapping ribbon sashes accented by terminals decorated with calibré-cut ruby trim, mounted in 14k gold, signed Cartier, inner circumference 13 1/2 inches, circa 1940 CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

A DIAMOND AND GOLD 'EIFFEL TOWER' CHARM PENDANT, BY LOUIS VUITTON

Of architectural inspiration, accented by a sprinkling of inset round diamonds, square hinged bail, mounted in polished 18k gold, signed Louis Vuitton CDN

$1,460–2,190

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$1,600–2,000

US

$1,168–1,460


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A CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD RING

The very broad bombé band encircled in high relief with inset grey baroque cultured pearls, mounted in highly polished 18k gold, size 6 3/4 CDN

$1,600–2,000

US

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$1,168–1,460

A DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

The series of openwork cushion-shaped links and connectors decorated with round diamonds weighing approximately 7.00 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 1/2 inches CDN

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$2,400–3,400

US

$1,752–2,482


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A GOLD NECKLACE, BY PIAGET

The articulated series of graduated oval links with ropetwist texture, in 18k gold, signed Piaget, length 25 inches CDN

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$2,800–3,400

US

$2,044–2,482


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A PAIR OF RUBY, EMERALD AND GOLD BRACELETS

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The articulated straps composed of corded wirework leaves set throughout with rubies and emeralds, mounted in 14k gold, each length 6 1/8 inches (2) CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190

A RED SPINEL AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a red oval cabochon spinel weighing approximately 9.00 carats, amid an elaborate millegrained frame and shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

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$2,600–3,600

US

$1,898–2,628


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A GOLD NECKLACE, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The 18k gold flexible braided strap composed of multiple wirework strands, signed T & Co., length 16 1/2 inches, with original pouch CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380

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A PAIR OF GEM-SET AND GOLD CONVERTIBLE EAR PENDANTS

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Each suspending an interchangeable onyx, mother-ofpearl and green paste bead, from a surmount decorated with a citrine, further accented with amethysts, rubies, emeralds and diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

A MO THER-OF-PEARL, CHALCEDONY AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

With mosaic panels depicting a rosebud and a leaf composed of mother-of-pearl and chalcedony, mounted in 18k gold, signed T & Co. CDN

$1,460–2,190

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$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774


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A GOLD MESH NECKLACE, BY ELSA PERETTI, TIFFANY & CO

The long continuous strap necklace with stylised chain mail motif composed of wide flexible mesh linking, in 18k gold, signed T & Co., Peretti, with original pouch, length 45 inches CDN

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$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

AN AMETHYST, CITRINE AND GOLD RING , BY PALOMA PICASSO, TIFFANY & CO.

The broad bombé band with stylised Toi et Moi motif, bezel-set with an oval amethyst and a citrine, to a tapering shank, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., Paloma Picasso

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CDN

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$3,400–3,800

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$2,482–2,774


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A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

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$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190

CDN

A COLOURED DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

Centering an emerald-cut brown diamond weighing approximately 3.50 carats, flanked by baguette-cut and marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$2,600–3,400

US

BROOCH

The openwork form composed of a square polished gold frame intertwined with a trio of sinuous undulating channels accented with round diamonds weighing approximately 1.75 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

The asymmetrical drop design set with a trio of cultured pearls measuring 10.0-9.0 mm, amid a coiling row of round diamonds and a pear-shaped diamond cap, mounted in 18k gold, French assay marks CDN

A DIAMOND AND TWO-TONE GOLD CLIP

$1,898–2,482

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$1,600–2,000

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$1,168–1,460


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A TWO-TONE GOLD NECKLACE

Composed of a long articulated series alternating 18k white and yellow gold brushed Byzantine linking, length 34 inches CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

The pear-shaped fancy deep brown-yellow diamond weighing 1.00 carat, set within overlapping curved panels accented by round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

With report 5181174935 dated 23 February 2017 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy deep brown-yellow, natural colour, I1 clarity CDN

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


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A STAR SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

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$2,200–2,600

US

$1,606–1,898

CDN

A RETRO CITRINE, AQUAMARINE, GARNET AND TWO-TONE GOLD FLORAL BROOCH

The asymmetrical floral bouquet decorated with a citrine and aquamarine blossom, garnet florets and polished elongated stems and leaves, mounted in 14k pink and yellow gold, circa 1950 CDN

$1,300–1,500

US

'TRINITY' RING , BY CARTIER

The three integrated hoops composed of 18k white, pink and yellow gold, one band decorated with pavé-set round diamonds, signed Cartier and numbered PD2933, size 4 1/2

Centering a star sapphire weighing approximately 27.40 carats, amid baguette-cut and round diamonds weighing approximately 1.25 carats, mounted in platinum CDN

A DIAMOND AND TRICOLOURED GOLD

$949–1,095

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$2,400–2,800

US

$1,752–2,044


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A SET OF TURQUOISE AND GOLD JEWELS

Including a necklace decorated at the front with textured freeform gold beads amid foliate caps and turquoise clusters, joined to small facetted, round and tubular gold beads, further accented by turquoise beads, length 16 1/4 inches; together with a matching pair of ear pendants and a bracelet, length 7 3/4 inches (3) CDN

$3,200–4,200

US

$2,336–3,066

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A COLOURED DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BALLERINA RING

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Centering a pear-shaped dark green diamond weighing approximately 1.95 carats, amid an undulating baguette-cut diamond surround, mounted in platinum CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

A CHRYSOPRASE AND GOLD NECKLACE

The series of twenty-one chrysoprase beads accented by an 18k gold compressed freeform bead, with a 14k gold toggle clasp, length 17 1/2 inches CDN

$2,190–2,920

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$2,200–2,800

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$1,606–2,044


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AN ENAMEL AND GOLD BRACELET

Of bamboo inspiration, the two rows of articulated baton links alternating blue and green enamel, mounted in 14k gold, length 7 inches CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774

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AN UNMOUNTED CAT'S EYE APATITE

The large oval cat's eye apatite measuring 25.72 mm by 21.55 mm by 15.02 mm and weighing 71.96 carats CDN

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$1,460–2,190

A GREEN TOURMALINE AND GOLD RING

Set with nine green tourmaline cabochons accented by tiny gold bead clusters, to a slender 14k gold shank CDN

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$2,000–3,000

$1,600–1,800

US

$1,168–1,314


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AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 1.80 carats, featuring a band-within-a-band shank, accented by round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

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A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

The circular openwork forms decorated with trios of scalloped panels accented with pavé-set diamonds, mounted in polished 18k gold CDN

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$2,482–2,774

AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET

The articulated strap composed of twin rows alternating panels of round diamonds and square emeralds, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 inches CDN

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$3,400–3,800

$2,600–3,200

US

$1,898–2,336


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A DIAMOND, EMERALD AND CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE

Centering an articulated pendant composed of a mother-of-pearl disc framed by round diamonds and applied with a diamond-set dove, suspending a diamond and emerald bow motif, joined to a double strand comprising eighty-six cultured pearls slightly graduated from 8.3 mm to 9.3 mm, with an emerald and diamond square clasp, mounted in silver, 14k and 18k gold, length 17 1/2 inches CDN

$2,200–2,800

US

$1,606–2,044

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A YELLOW SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

The broad band centering an oval yellow sapphire weighing approximately 15.50 carats, the elaborate frame, shoulders and gallery decorated with round diamonds and baguette-cut diamond channels, to a polished tapering shank, mounted in 14k white and yellow gold, size 8 3/4

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CDN

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


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A DIAMOND RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 0.70 carat, accented with pairs of round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

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$1,800–2,200

US

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$1,314–1,606

DRAGONFLY BROOCH

The dragonfly with citrine cabochon body, emerald eyes, pliqué-a-jour enamelled en tremblant wings, the tail and wings enhanced by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold $4,000–5,000

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PEARL BRACELET

The millegrained strap composed of a series of eight bezel-set cabochon emeralds weighing approximately 4.50 carats, alternated with dainty bowknot ribbon links decorated with pearls and old-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, pearls not tested for natural origin, length 6 1/2 inches, circa 1915

AN ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND CITRINE

CDN

A BELLE ÉPOQUE EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

CDN

$2,920–3,650

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


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A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

PENDANT/BROOCH/NECKLACE

The openwork floral pendant and necklace decorated throughout with round diamonds totalling approximately 7.60 carats, length 15 1/4 inches, pendant detachable to wear as a brooch, the necklace can also be worn separately, mounted in platinum, length 14 3/4 inches CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

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AN UNMOUNTED EMERALD

The octagonal emerald measuring 9.91 mm by 8.72 mm by 6.81 mm and weighing 3.86 carats CDN

$1,460–2,190

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$8,000–12,000

US

$5,840–8,760


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A SET OF MULTI-COLOURED SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD JEWELS

Including a necklace composed of polished baton linking decorated at the front with rows of round diamonds, further accented by yellow, blue and pink sapphire florets, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 inches; a bracelet en suite, inner circumference 6 3/4 inches (2) CDN

$3,400–4,400

US

$2,482–3,212

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Set with a pair of emerald-cut diamonds weighing 1.03 carats and 1.04 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

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A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

$6,500–7,500

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$4,745–5,475

A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM CHAIN

Suspending a heart-shaped openwork pendant with double frame decorated by tiny round diamonds, joined to a fine trace linking chain, mounted in platinum, signed Tiffany & Co., length 17 1/2 inches, with original box $2,400–2,800

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Manual movement, rectangular case, adjoining links and slender bracelet decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds, white dial with baton and Arabic numerals, mounted in platinum, inner circumference 5 5/8 inches CDN

NECKLACE, BY TIFFANY & CO.

CDN

A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM WRISTWATCH

$1,752–2,044

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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A LADY'S STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD

'OYSTER PERPETUAL DATE YACHT-MASTER'

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Automatic movement, white dial with applied black enamel dot, dagger and baton numerals, luminescent hands, bi-directional rotating bezel, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, joined to a Rolex Oyster bracelet, in stainless steel and 18k gold, interior circumference 6 5/8 inches, with original box, circa 1996 $1,800–2,200

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WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

Quartz movement, brushed finish circular case and bracelet, white dial, Roman numerals, sapphire-set crown, déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

CDN

A LADY'S GOLD 'SANTOS VENDÔME'

CDN

$1,314–1,606

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$3,800–4,200

US

$2,774–3,066


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A LADY'S GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY AUDEMARS PIGUET

Quartz movement, circular case with fluted bezel, white dial with Roman numerals, date aperture, joined to a black leather strap, in 18k gold CDN

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$2,800–3,400

US

$2,044–2,482

CDN

BY CARTIER

Automatic movement, circular case, white dial with Roman numerals, sweep seconds, sapphire-set crown, joined to a brown leather strap with déployant clasp, in 18k gold From the Toronto Estate of Robert Gage, prominent celebrity hair stylist $2,600–3,600

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PIGUET

Quartz movement, circular case with fluted bezel, white dial with Roman numerals, date aperture, joined to a black leather strap, in 18k gold

A GOLD 'VENDOME' WRISTWATCH,

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A LADY'S GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY AUDEMARS

$1,898–2,628 2 7

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,314–1,606


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A GOLD 'PANTHÈRE' WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

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Quartz movement, cream dial with Roman numerals, sweep seconds, date aperture, sapphire-set crown, completed by a brick linking bracelet with double déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 5/8 inches, with original box CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND COLOURED DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

The domed heart forms pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 6.50 carats, accented by swirl motifs pavé-set with round yellow diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

$2,920–3,650

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53

US

$1,460–2,190

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a radiant-cut yellow diamond weighing 0.51 carat, within a tapering band, the shoulders accented by tiny diamonds and yellow diamonds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, size 6 1/4 CDN

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$2,000–3,000

$2,800–3,400

US

$2,044–2,482


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54

54

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AN ANTIQUE EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

The bezel-set emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 3.00 carats, framed by old mine-cut diamonds, closed back setting, scalloped gallery and scroll motif shoulders, to a tapering band, mounted in silver and 18k gold, circa 1850 CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE

With articulated graduated polished panels and decorated to the fore with an emerald channel amid round diamond borders, mounted in 14k gold, inner circumference 17 1/2 inches

$3,650–5,110

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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AN UNMOUNTED TOPAZ

The specialty-cut topaz measuring 18.68 mm by 18.81 mm by 10.89 mm and weighing 25.83 carats CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

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57

A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

The swing pendant balls pavé-set with inverted diamonds and rubies, topped by a pair of inverted round diamonds, mounted in 18k blackened gold CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$3,650–4,380

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58

A SET OF COLOURED DIAMOND AND GARNET 'TENTATION MACARON' JEWELS ,

BY BOUCHERON

Including a ring and a pair of ear studs, the macarons decorated with pavé-set brown diamonds and almandine garnets, mounted in 18k gold, signed Boucheron and numbered E88446, with original boxes (2) CDN

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$3,800–4,400

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$2,774–3,212


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59

59

A SET OF MULTI-GEM 'MACARON' JEWELS , BY BOUCHERON

Including a trace linking chain necklace suspending a graduated trio of macarons pavé-set with tsavorite garnets, amethysts, pink sapphires and rubies, length 15 1/2 inches or 16 1/4 inches; a ring with tsavorite garnets en suite, each mounted in 18k white gold, signed Boucheron and numbered E86007 and E67425, with original boxes (2) CDN

$4,600–5,000

US

$3,358–3,650

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60

A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD PENDANT AND CHAIN NECKLET

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.50 carats, topped by a small old European-cut diamond, together with a trace linking chain, both in 18k white gold, length 13 1/2 inches CDN

61

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

62

A CANADIAN DIAMOND RING

The squared band centered by a round diamond weighing 0.74 carat, within a semi-bezel amid pavé-set diamond arched shoulders, mounted in platinum and 19k white gold With dossier 14766183 dated 8 June 2006 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is G colour, SI1 clarity

62

$1,800–2,400

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BROOCH

Designed as a carved frosted rock crystal cattleya orchid blossom, the lip accented by shades of purple and set with round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

With certificate of origin CMLO-233299 from CanadaMark stating that the diamond originated in Canada and is from the Ekati mine

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A ROCK CRYSTAL AND DIAMOND FLORAL

$1,314–1,752

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$1,300–1,500

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$949–1,095


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64

63

65

A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS ,

64

BY GIORGIO VISCONTI

The articulated graduated cushion-shaped loops and connectors pavé-set throughout with round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Giorgio Visconti CDN

$2,000–3,000

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A DIAMOND BRACELET

The articulated openwork oval linking and elongated bar connectors set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 4.05 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 1/4 inches CDN

$1,460–2,190

65

US

$4,015–5,475

A PURPLE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an oval purple sapphire weighing 2.82 carats, flanked by pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 0.80 carat, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

3 3

$5,500–7,500

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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67

66

A DIAMOND AND EMERALD BROOCH

The asymmetrical foliate cluster decorated with pear-shaped, marquise-cut, baguette-cut and old European-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 10.00 carats, sprinkled with tiny emeralds, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$3,400–4,000

US

67

$2,482–2,920

A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

The broad geometric strap with finely pierced elongated octagonal panels between loop and bar connectors, decorated by round, old European and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.75 carats, mounted in platinum, length 7 inches CDN

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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68

A GREEN TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval green tourmaline weighing approximately 10.00 carats, amid a diamond-set frame and shoulders, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

69

69

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

A LONG DIAMOND RIVIÈRE NECKLACE

The long continuous course comprising 238 round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 29.00 carats, mounted in 14k white gold, length 34 inches CDN

$6,500–7,500

US

$4,745–5,475


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71

72

70

A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

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Set with a pair of cultured pearls measuring approximately 12.6 mm, topped by trios of round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

71

$2,200–2,800

US

$1,606–2,044

The oval pink tourmaline weighing approximately 7.50 carats, flanked by a pair of round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold $2,000–2,400

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The circular floral stylised wreath decorated with marquise-cut and round diamonds weighing approximately 4.30 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

A PINK TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING

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A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD BROOCH

$1,460–1,752

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


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73

73

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A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL,

AMETHYST AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Each set with a grey cultured pearl measuring approximately 11.5 mm, framed by a border of amethysts and accented by tiny diamond trios, suspending from a line of amethysts, mounted in 18k pink gold CDN

$1,300–1,500

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A RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT AND CHAIN NECKLACE

Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 1.65 carats, accented by round diamonds, from a fine trace linking chain, mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 3/4 inches of 16 3/4 inches CDN

$949–1,095

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$2,200–2,600

US

$1,606–1,898


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76

77

75

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

The bezel-set marquise-cut yellow diamond weighing approximately 2.25 carats, framed by round diamonds weighing approximately 0.45 carat, mounted in 14k white and yellow gold CDN

76

$3,600–4,600

US

77

$2,628–3,358

BROOCH

Realistically modelled as a lobster, the large brooch with articulated claws and tail, calibré-cut ruby body, accented by round diamonds, the eyes and 'en tremblant' antennae accented by cabochon rubies, mounted in 18k gold $3,000–4,000

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One oval ruby measuring 7.08 mm by 5.03 mm by 3.48 mm and weighing 1.12 carats; the other measuring 6.98 mm by 5.12 mm by 3.78 mm and weighing 1.18 carats CDN

A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD LOBSTER

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A PAIR OF UNMOUNTED RUBIES

$2,190–2,920

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$1,800–2,200

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$1,314–1,606


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78

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A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE

The articulated series of polished X motifs decorated at the front with seven oval rubies weighing approximately 7.35 carats, each between a pair of round diamonds, extending to a backchain further accented with floret motifs, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, length 18 inches, en suite with lot 91 CDN

$6,500–8,500

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A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Centering a round cabochon ruby weighing 10.00 carats, framed by round diamond borders and baguette-cut diamond channels, mounted in 18k gold

With report CS62757 dated 28 August 2014 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating country of origin as Burma (Myanmar) with no evidence of heat, minor clarity enhancement

$4,745–6,205

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$32,000–36,000

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$23,360–26,280


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A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE

The single strand comprising thirty-nine golden cultured pearls measuring from 12.0 mm to 9.0 mm, joined to an openwork 14k gold diamond-set ball clasp, length 17 1/2 inches CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$4,380–5,840

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82

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A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a radiant-cut yellow diamond weighing 10.20 carats, the frame, gallery and band entirely set with round diamonds, mounted in platinum, size 6 1/2 CDN

82

$55,000–65,000

US

$40,150–47,450

PENDANT AND CHAIN NECKLACE

Suspending a cushion-shaped yellow sapphire weighing 1.61 carats, framed by round diamonds, together with a fine chain, in 14k and 18k gold, length 16 inches $1,800–2,400

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AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

The wide articulated strap of lattice design decorated with emerald and round diamond channels, mounted in 14k gold, length 7 inches CDN

A YELLOW SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD

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83

$1,314–1,752

4 1

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380


84

85 (side view)

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AN ANTIQUE PAIR OF CORAL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

85

Fashioned as tiered bombé tassels, each suspending a coral drop from a rose-cut diamond dome cap, topped by a small coral bead, mounted in silver and gold, late 19th century CDN

$2,000–2,400

US

A MANDARIN GARNET AND BLACK DIAMOND RING

The stipple textured band centering an oval mandarin garnet cabochon weighing approximately 37.00 carats, framed by a double row of round black diamonds weighing approximately 2.00 carats, squared shank, mounted in 18k blackened gold, size 6 1/2

$1,460–1,752

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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88

86

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A CORAL, DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD FIGURAL CLIP BROOCH

The turbanned, sword-wielding warrior sporting a prominent beard and moustache, composed of coral beads, accented by sapphire and diamond eyes, with corded, polished and wirework details, mounted in 18k gold CDN

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$2,000–2,400

US

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$1,460–1,752

EAR CLIPS

Each fluted rectangular plaque centering a trio of cabochon rubies amid pairs of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold $1,300–1,500

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BY TIFFANY & CO.

The hinged tapering penannular bangle decorated with a red agate panel, mounted in 18k gold, signed T & Co., inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

A PAIR OF RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD

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AN AGATE AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET,

$949–1,095 4 3

$7,000–8,000

US

$5,110–5,840


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91

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90

A PAIR OF PINK TOURMALINE, DIAMOND, MO THER-OF-PEARL AND HEMATITE

90

Centering cabochon pink tourmalines weighing approximately 9.00 carats and 10.00 carats, topped by hematite, mother-of-pearl and diamond bowknot motifs, mounted in 18k gold $2,000–2,400

US

$1,460–1,752

GOLD RING

The wide tapering band centering a bezel-set cabochon ruby weighing approximately 1.40 carats, amid a square hematite plaque and mother-of-pearl plaque shoulders, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold

EAR CLIPS

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A RUBY, HEMATITE, MO THER-OF-PEARL AND

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91

US

$949–1,095

A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

Composed of nine oval rubies weighing approximately 9.00 carats, between X motif connectors accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches, en suite with lot 78 CDN

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$1,300–1,500

$6,500–8,500

US

$4,745–6,205


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92

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A RUBY, DIAMOND, MO THER-OF-PEARL AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY MAUBOUSSIN

Decorated at the front with a trio of articulated plaques centering a pear-shaped cabochon ruby amid round diamonds and carved mother-of-pearl panels, joined to a brick linking chain necklace, mounted in 18k gold, signed Mauboussin, Paris, and numbered P12642, French assay marks, with original box, length 17 inches CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a heart-shaped ruby weighing 1.97 carats, amid a ropetwist frame surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 0.65 carat, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold CDN

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$2,000–2,600

US

$1,460–1,898


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A DIAMOND, COLOURED DIAMOND AND GOLD PENDANT AND CHAIN NECKLACE

The stylised figural pendant depicting the Roman goddess Diana, the huntress with bow and arrow, accented by diamonds, yellow diamonds and pink diamonds, suspending from a very fine chain, in 18k yellow and white gold, length 16 1/2 inches CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

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AN ANTIQUE GOLD MINUTE REPEATER POCKET WATCH, BY ALEX GUILLAUME

Keywind lever movement, hunter case, engine-turned texture, white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, hour, quarter and minute repeater, in 18k gold, with London hallmarks dating 1857, with key and original fitted box CDN

$2,600–3,400

US

$1,898–2,482

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AN ANTIQUE GOLD MINUTE REPEATER POCKET WATCH, BY L. VRARD & CO.

Manual lever movement, hunter case, engine-turned texture, white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, hour, quarter and minute repeater, in 18k gold, circa 1890 CDN

96

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$1,800–2,200

US

$1,314–1,606


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AN ANTIQUE SEED PEARL AND GOLD PENDANT WATCH AND CHAIN NECKLACE

The circular case pavé-set with split pearls, reversing to a white porcelain dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, manual movement, together with a seed pearl chain necklace accented with oval batons decorated with white enamel and leaf motifs, length 22 inches, all in 14k gold, circa 1880 CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,095–1,460

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99

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A RETRO AQUAMARINE, RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH, BY LACKRITZ

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The entwined ribbon sashes designed with scroll motifs, accented by slightly asymmetrical diamond and ruby trim, featuring graduated pear-shaped aquamarine fringe terminals, mounted in polished 14k gold, signed Lackritz, circa 1940 CDN

$2,600–3,000

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A TWO-TONE GOLD AND STAINLESS STEEL BANGLE BRACELET, BY BULGARI

The spring-mounted hoop composed of 'Parentesi' modules, mounted in 18k yellow and pink gold and stainless steel, signed Bulgari and numbered 7888, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches CDN

$1,898–2,190

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$3,800–4,600

US

$2,774–3,358


100 A TWO-TONE GOLD NECKLACE

The broad highly flexible strap with tubogas linking, in 18k yellow gold with blackened gold accents, length 18 inches CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

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101 101 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.15 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$4,600–5,500

US

$3,358–4,015

102 A LAVENDER JADEITE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering a large oval lavender jadeite cabochon measuring 29.1 mm by 20.5 mm by 9.5 mm, amid shoulders decorated with diamond-set ribbon bows, mounted in 10k white gold CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

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103 A RETRO RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH/PENDANT

105 A PAIR OF UNMOUNTED RUBIES

One oval ruby measuring 7.19 mm by 5.19 mm by 3.01 mm and weighing 1.02 carats; the other measuring 7.12 mm by 5.17 mm by 3.34 mm and weighing 1.06 carats

The elaborately curled ribbon sashes embellished by ruby and diamond florets and diamond terminals, mounted in highly polished 18k gold, circa 1950 CDN

$2,200–3,200

US

$1,606–2,336

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104 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 2.85 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$8,000–12,000

US

$5,840–8,760

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


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106 A RUBY AND GOLD FLORAL BROOCH

107 AN ANTIQUE RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD

Fashioned as a large flower blossom with domed centre accented by star-set rubies, the undulating fluted petals further decorated by a sprinkling of rubies, mounted in brushed textured 14k gold CDN

$1,300–1,500

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BANGLE BRACELET

The circular hoop engraved with elaborate scrolling foliage and floral motifs, accented by bezel-set old European-cut diamonds and rubies, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 3/8 inches, circa 1900

$949–1,095

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$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774


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108 A LAPIS LAZULI, DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH

109 AN ANTIQUE ENAMEL, SPLIT-PEARL AND GOLD PENDANT WATCH AND CHAIN

The large bombé floral design with elaborate stylised fleur-de-lys and acanthus leaf motifs, composed of lapis lazuli cabochons, round diamonds, white enamel and beadwork terminals, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

NECKLACE, BY HENRI BLANC

$2,482–2,774

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The blue guilloché enamelled ground embellished by a delicate white enamel floral tracery pattern, centering a split-pearl floret, reversing to an openface textured gilt dial, Arabic numerals, manual movement, the trace linking chain with blue and white enamelled barforms, in 18k gold, length 22 1/2 inches, with original box, circa 1900 CDN

$1,500–2,000

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$1,095–1,460


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110 A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND GOLD NECKLACE,

111 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Centering an oval cognac diamond weighing approximately 1.05 carats, framed by round cognac diamonds and diamonds, to diamond-set split shoulders, mounted in 18k pink gold

BY MELLERIO

Suspending an oval yellow sapphire weighing approximately 2.60 carats, amid a semi-bezel, joined to polished oval gold beads and rondelles, in 18k yellow and white gold, signed Mellerio, Paris and numbered 3631ch, French assay marks, with a removable extender link, length 16 1/4 inches or 15 1/4 inches CDN

$2,000–2,500

US

$1,460–1,825

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$3,600–4,600

US

$2,628–3,358


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112 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH

The cabochon sapphire grape cluster weighing approximately 29.00 carats, embellished by sinuous baguette-cut and round diamond tendrils, mounted in 10k white gold CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

114 A LAPIS LAZULI, DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET, BY BIRKS

The wide articulated strap composed of a series of alternating rectangular lapis lazuli plaques and connector lines of round diamonds, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, length 6 1/2 inches

$2,482–2,774

CDN

113 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, flanked by a pair of smaller round diamonds, the shoulders and gallery further accented by round diamonds, mounted in platinum, size 6 CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

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$2,600–3,600

US

$1,898–2,628


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115 A DIAMOND RIVIÈRE NECKLACE

116 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH,

The continuous course comprising a graduated series of 154 round diamonds weighing approximately 10.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 1/4 inches CDN

$8,000–12,000

US

BY AUDEMARS PIGUET

Manual winding movement, blue dial with applied round diamond numerals, integrated tapering braided mesh strap, in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 inches, circa 1970's

$5,840–8,760

CDN

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$4,400–6,000

US

$3,212–4,380


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117 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Of floral design centering an oval sapphire weighing approximately 2.45 carats, amid flared marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

118 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The continuous series comprising forty-five oval sapphires weighing approximately 21.00 carats, alternating with round diamond florets weighing approximately 6.35 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 3/4 inches

$1,314–1,606

CDN

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$10,000–14,000

US

$7,300–10,220


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119 A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL,

121 A LADY'S DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD

SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

Suspending a pair of cultured pearls measuring approximately 13.3 mm, from quatrefoil oval sapphire surmounts accented with small round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$2,200–2,800

US

Manual movement, rectangular case framed by round diamonds, silvered dial with Roman and baton numerals, joined to a matte textured mesh bracelet, in 18k white gold, with original box, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

$1,606–2,044

CDN

120 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD 'T WIRE' BANGLE BRACELET, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The penannular tubular wire bangle with diamond-set T terminals, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Tiffany & Co., inner circumference 6 3/8 inches CDN

$1,600–1,800

US

$1,168–1,314

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$2,600–3,400

US

$1,898–2,482


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122 A STAR SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

123 A PAIR OF GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY MARINA B .

Each deeply fluted motif composed of graduated scrolls in highly polished 18k gold, signed Marina B. and numbered C2890

Centering an oval star sapphire weighing approximately 31.00 carats, framed by round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

CDN

$2,400–2,800

US

$1,752–2,044

124 A GOLD BRACELET

The articulated series of very high relief bombé links, in fluted 18k gold, length 6 3/4 inches

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CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


126 125 125 A BLUE CHALCEDONY AND GOLD NECKLACE

126 A DIAMOND AND GOLD 'SUCCESS' RING ,

The circular pendant fashioned with a wide matte gold frame centering a blue chalcedony cabochon, suspending from a heavy tubular braided ropetwist necklace, sinuous clasp, mounted in 22k gold, length 15 1/2 inches CDN

$9,000–12,000

US

BY FRED

The asymmetric design with a polished bombé band adjoining an angular shank topped with a tapering panel of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred, Paris and numbered 53, 1001651, French assay mark, size 6 3/4

$6,570–8,760

CDN

5 9

$1,000–1,200

US

$730–876


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127 A GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

Manual winding movement, brushed textured case and mesh strap, circular silvered dial, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 inches CDN

$2,600–3,600

US

129 A LADY'S DIAMOND, LAPIS LAZULI AND GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY PIAGET

Manual movement, integrated textured mesh bracelet, circular lapis lazuli dial, decorated with a curving row of round diamonds, in 18 gold, inner circumference 6 3/4

$1,898–2,628

128 A GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

CDN

Manual winding movement, cushion-shaped case with blue dial, applied baton numerals, joined to an integrated mesh bracelet, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 inches, circa 1970's CDN

$3,400–5,000

US

$2,482–3,650

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$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


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130 A LADY'S DIAMOND AND GOLD 'CALATRAVA'

131 A LADY'S TRICOLOURED GOLD 'VENDOME'

WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

Quartz movement, circular white dial with Roman numerals, sapphire-set crown, baton bar bracelet, in 18k pink, white and yellow gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

Quartz movement, circular case with round diamond bezel, white dial with Roman numerals, with integrated quilted linking bracelet, in polished 18k gold, inner circumference 6 3/4 inches CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

CDN

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


133

134

132

132 A DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND GOLD PANTHER CLIP BROOCH, BY FRED

133 A DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD PANTHER CLIP BROOCH

The relaxed reclining panther spotted with black enamel, emerald and diamond eyes, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred, Paris, French assay marks CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

The sculpted panther's head pavé-set with round diamonds and spotted with sapphires, with a navette-shaped emerald eye, mounted in 18k gold

$3,650–4,380

CDN

$7,000–8,000

US

$5,110–5,840

134 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

The tapering band centering a bezel-set round diamond weighing approximately 1.65 carats, amid shoulders decorated with graduated trios of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

6 2

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


136

135

135 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND GOLD NECKLACE

136 A CULTURED PEARL, ONYX AND GOLD RING

The curb linking necklace centering a round diamond weighing approximately 2.50 carats, mounted in 14k gold, length 16 1/2 inches CDN

$8,000–10,000

US

The wide tapering fluted band centering a bezel-set cultured bouton pearl measuring 12.0 mm, amid shoulders decorated with a quartet of onyx panels, mounted in 18k gold, size 5 3/4

$5,840–7,300

CDN

6 3

$1,000–1,200

US

$730–876


138

137

137 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a pear-shaped cabochon emerald weighing 3.50 carats, framed by round diamonds, to openwork curving diamond-set shoulders, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

138 A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Set with a pair of pear-shaped cabochon emeralds weighing approximately 3.80 carats, amid a double frame of round diamonds weighing approximately 0.80 carat, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

$2,920–3,650

CDN

6 4

$2,200–3,000

US

$1,606–2,190


139

140

139 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD BRACELET

140 A LADY'S DIAMOND WRISTWATCH,

The series of polished navette-shaped paper chain link motifs joined to a barrel clasp decorated with pavé-set diamonds weighing approximately 2.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 3/4 inches CDN

$2,600–3,200

US

BY CHAUMET

The case and bracelet entirely pavé-set with round diamonds, square dial with pavé-set diamonds, quartz movement, double déployant clasp, in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 3/8 inches, with original box

$1,898–2,336

CDN

6 5

$14,000–20,000

US

$10,220–14,600


141

142

143

141 AN AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

143 A LADY'S DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH

Centering an oval aquamarine weighing approximately 16.25 carats, amid shoulders accented by round and marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$1,300–1,500

US

Manual winding movement, circular case encircled by round diamonds, silvered dial applied with baton numerals, joined to a tapering floral and foliate bracelet further set with round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches

$949–1,095

142 A BELLE ÉPOQUE AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND

CDN

AND PLATINUM BROOCH

Centering a later added aquamarine weighing approximately 3.00 carats, between tiered elongated diamond-set ribbon bow loops, millegrained details, mounted in platinum, circa 1910 CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,314–1,606

6 6

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


144

145

144 AN AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND CULTURED

145 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

The oval sapphire weighing approximately 5.80 carats, the conforming surround and shoulders set with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.25 carats, to a tapering band, mounted in 18k white gold

PEARL CHOKER NECKLACE

Centering an oval aquamarine weighing approximately 6.50 carats, amid a pierced floral frame decorated with round diamonds, joined to a triple strand choker comprising 144 cultured pearls measuring 6.5–7.0 mm, to a diamond-set bar clasp, mounted in 18k white gold, length 14 1/2 inches CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

CDN

$3,650–4,380

6 7

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


147

148

146

146 A RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT

The articulated design composed of a round and a pear-shaped ruby together weighing approximately 3.20 carats, amid circular and horseshoe-shaped frames accented with round diamonds, connected by an elongated tapered baguette-cut diamond, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$5,000–8,000

US

$3,650–5,840

147 A DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET

The series of articulated openwork links composed of textured Greek key patterned panels, accented at the front with a row of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 5/8 inches CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

148 A PAIR OF RUBY AND GOLD FLORAL EAR CLIPS

The openwork design with clusters composed of dainty graduated wirework blossoms set with round rubies, mounted in 14k gold CDN

6 8

$1,300–1,500

US

$949–1,095


149

150

149 A RETRO AQUAMARINE, RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD BROOCH

With stylised bellflower and fuchsia motifs amid flowing ribbon sashes, the diamond-set foliate motif featuring an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 50.00 carats, atop a cluster of rubies weighing approximately 2.75 carats, mounted in 14k yellow and pink gold, circa 1940 CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

150 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a large emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 43.00 carats, to split shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$2,920–4,380

6 9

$13,000–16,000

US

$9,490–11,680


151

152

151 A RETRO MOONSTONE, DIAMOND AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH, BY MARCUS AND CO.

152 A GOLD 'MAILLON PANTHÈRE' BRACELET, BY CARTIER

The scrolling ribbon sashes and circle motif featuring a round moonstone accented by round diamonds, mounted in platinum and pink and yellow 14k gold, signed Marcus and Co., circa 1940 CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

With five rows of polished brick linking, in 18k gold, signed Cartier and numbered 694344, French assay marks, with original box, length 7 inches CDN

$1,898–2,190

7 0

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380


153

154

153 A GOLD 'MAILLON PANTHÈRE' NECKLACE,

154 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with an old mine-cut fancy yellow diamond weighing 1.51 carats, to a slender band accented with diamond-set shoulders and gallery, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

BY CARTIER

With five rows of polished brick linking, in 18k gold, signed Cartier and numbered 632862, French assay marks, with original box, inner circumference 15 1/2 inches CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

With report 2155834856 dated 20 December 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy yellow, natural colour

$5,110–6,570

CDN

7 1

$5,500–6,500

US

$4,015–4,745


156

155

155 A DIAMOND AND GOLD BUCKLE BRACELET, BY KUTCHINSKY

156 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

The swirling fluted bombé forms decorated with panels of pavé-set diamonds weighing approximately 2.40 carats, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold

The wide mesh jarretière strap decorated with a diamond-set fluted buckle and a diamond-set terminal, mounted in 18k gold, maker's mark for Kutchinsky, English hallmark for London, circa 1959, inner circumference 5 1/2 inches to 8 1/2 inches CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

CDN

$5,840–6,570

7 2

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190


158

157

157 A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING ,

158 A GOLD NECKLACE, BY PIAGET

Composed of broad flexible mesh braid linking, in highly polished 18k gold, signed Piaget, length 15 1/2 inches

BY BIRKS

Set with a rectangular yellow sapphire weighing 27.56 carats, amid diamond-set bifurcated shoulders, to the diamond-set claws, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Birks and numbered 895671-5 CDN

$9,000–13,000

US

CDN

$6,570–9,490

7 3

$5,500–6,500

US

$4,015–4,745


159

160

159 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR PENDANTS

160 A DIAMOND AND GOLD BRACELET WATCH, BY OMEGA

The long articulated series of openwork pendants composed of graduated elongated loops set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 7.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

Manual movement, the articulated fluted bombé linking strap centering a hinged cover decorated with an applied diamond-set navette motif, opening to reveal a square silvered dial applied with gilt baton numerals, in highly polished 18k gold, length 6 3/4 inches

$1,460–2,190

CDN

7 4

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380


162 161 (side view) 161 161 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING ,

162 A GOLD NECKLACE

BY BULGARI

The dome design with deep openwork gallery, centering a cabochon sapphire weighing approximately 13.00 carats, amid radiating rows of elongated gold teardrops and graduated round diamonds weighing approximately 2.25 carats, shoulders with fluted details, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Bulgari CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

7 5

The broad highly flexible tapering strap with graduated tubogas linking design, in 18k gold, length 17 1/4 inches CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380


164

163

163 AN ENAMEL AND SILVER GILT TABLE CLOCK

Manual movement, the small footed clock with peaked case, green guilloché enamel with blue enamel Greek key pattern trim, centering a circular white dial with Arabic numerals, hinged handle, with Austrian assay marks, in silver gilt, with fitted box, circa 1930 CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

164 A GOLD COMPACT CASE

The rectangular engine-turned case with borders and monogrammed central panel engraved with foliate scrolls and floral motifs, opening to reveal a bevelled mirror and a concealed powder compartment, in 18k gold CDN

$2,190–2,920

7 6

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


165

165 A FINE ANTIQUE MULTICOLOURED GILT AND ENAMEL SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON MUSIC BOX, BY A. LESCHO T

The rectangular box finely engraved with elaborate yellow, silver and pink gilt scrolling acanthus leaves, winged fairies, floral baskets, garlands and blossoms, the oval hinged lid decorated with a nautical and mountain scene in polychrome enamel, the lid reverse with a white floral motif on a deep blue background, opening to reveal a charming and finely detailed singing bird automaton with iridescent blue, green and red feathers, sliding button on the right corner of the box front activates the birdsong and rotating axis movement of the bird, its bone beak, wings and tail; the interior movement constructed of brass and steel with a bellows composed of animal skin, signed A. Leschot, with key and fitted box, circa 1860 CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380

7 7


166

167

166 A CORAL, ONYX, HEMATITE AND GOLD

BANGLE BRACELET, BY ANGELA CUMMINGS ,

167 A PAIR OF CORAL, ONYX, HEMATITE AND GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY TIFFANY & CO.

The squared slightly bombé plaques with inset coral, onyx and hematite curved plaques, mounted in 18k gold, signed T & Co.

TIFFANY & CO.

The broad hinged hoop inset with curving coral, onyx and hematite panels, mounted in 18k gold, signed T & Co., Cummings, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches CDN

$11,000–13,000

US

CDN

$8,030–9,490

7 8

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


168

169

168 A LAPIS LAZULI, DIAMOND AND GOLD CLIP

169 A PAIR OF CARNELIAN, RUTILATED QUARTZ,

BROOCH, BY EMIS BEROS

ONYX AND GOLD EAR PENDANTS ,

The large floral and ribbon spray with lapis lazuli petals and graduated wirework loops, the centre accented with a round diamond cluster weighing approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

BY MARINA B .

Each articulated design composed of a carnelian bead surmount and suspending a rutilated quartz bead drop centering an onyx cabochon, mounted in 18k gold, signed Marina B. and numbered A1366, with original box

$1,898–2,190

CDN

7 9

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


170

171

170 A GENTLEMAN'S GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

171 A GENTLEMAN'S GOLD 'OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST THUNDERBIRD' WRISTWATCH,

Automatic movement, cushion-shaped case with blue dial applied with gilt baton numerals, sweep seconds, hidden crown, with integrated mesh strap, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 3/4 inches CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

BY ROLEX

Automatic movement, tonneau case with Thunderbird bezel, gilt dial, baton numerals, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, joined to a Rolex Jubilee bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 5/8 inches, with original boxes, passport wallet, notepad with extra insert and two handkerchiefs, circa 1977

$4,380–5,840

CDN

8 0

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650


172

173

172 A LADY'S DIAMOND AND GOLD WRISTWATCH,

173 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND GOLD RING

The openwork design with deep hexagonal frame centering a round diamond weighing 2.37 carats, to a squared shank, mounted in 18k gold, size 5 with sizing panel

BY DELANEAU

Quartz movement, circular case with bezel, lugs and dial accented by round diamonds, Arabic numerals for 24-hour time notation, joined to a fancy brick and braid linking bracelet, in 18k gold, length 6 3/8 inches CDN

$2,800–3,400

US

CDN

$2,044–2,482

8 1

$10,000–14,000

US

$7,300–10,220


174

175

174 A RETRO JADEITE AND GOLD NECKLACE

The articulated necklace composed of circular links with ribbon scroll motifs and decorated with five oval jadeite cabochons measuring approximately 20.0 mm by 15.0 mm by 4.0 mm, mounted in 14k gold, length 15 3/4 inches, circa 1940 CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

175 A JADEITE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an oval jadeite cabochon measuring 17.73 mm by 12.92 mm by 5.47 mm, amid a border of round diamonds and baguette-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum

With report 5181077656 dated 16 December 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural colour, no indications of impregnation

$5,840–6,570

CDN 8 2

$7,000–9,000

US

$5,110–6,570


176

177

178

176 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD BROOCH

The oval corded bombé plaque set throughout with tiered concentric rows of cabochon emeralds weighing approximately 23.50 carats, the central emerald surrounded by a scalloped border of round diamonds weighing approximately 1.30 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

8 3

177 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD 'TANK

FRANÇAISE' ETERNITY RING , BY CARTIER

The polished band centering a channel accented by round diamond trios, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Cartier and numbered OM9138, 53, size 6 3/4 CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

$730–876

178 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

The wide openwork design with crossover channels centering a cabochon emerald weighing approximately 4.30 carats, accented by round diamonds, to a polished 14k gold shank CDN

$2,400–3,000

US

$1,752–2,190


179

180

181

179 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 4.35 carats, to stepped baguette-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum CDN

$15,000–20,000

US

181 AN ONYX, MO THER-OF-PEARL AND GOLD 'MAGIC ALHAMBRA' BRACELET,

BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

The chain linking embellished by quatrefoil motif panels composed of onyx and grey and white mother-of-pearl, mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and numbered JE032462, length 7 1/2 inches

$10,950–14,600

180 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, BY MARSH & CO.

CDN

With curled leaves and sinuous tendrils and decorated with cultured pearl grape clusters, accented by graduated rows of round diamonds, mounted in blackened steel and 14k white gold, unsigned, attributed to Marsh & Co. CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774 8 4

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


182 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The triple strands comprising 191 dark grey cultured pearls slightly graduated from 10.8 mm to 8.0 mm, accented by pavé-set diamond rondelles, and joined to a diamond-set circular clasp, mounted in 18k white gold, length 20 inches CDN

$13,000–15,000

182

8 5

US

$9,490–10,950


184 183

183 AN ANTIQUE BLACK OPAL, RUBY AND SAPPHIRE PENDANT/BROOCH

184 AN ANTIQUE OPAL, DEMANTOID GARNET, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PENDANT

The petite oval form centering a bezel-set oval black opal measuring 18.9 mm x 13.6 mm x 3.6 mm, surrounded by a border alternating channel-set rubies and sapphires, within a deep scalloped openwork gallery, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1910 CDN

$2,000–2,600

US

Set with a fine elongated oval opal measuring 35.5 mm by 14.7 mm by 10.4 mm, framed by old Europeancut diamonds and a quartet of demantoid garnets, mounted in platinum, with fitted box, circa 1910 CDN

$1,460–1,898

8 6

$4,000–6,000

US

$2,920–4,380


185

186

185 AN ANTIQUE RUBY AND DIAMOND FLORAL

186 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND BOW BROOCH

BROOCH

The blossom with a trio of petals and a small diamond centre, set with an old pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 1.80 carats, and a pair of pear-shaped rubies weighing approximately 2.85 carats, to an elongated knife-edge stem, accented by a petite curling trefoil motif and terminal set with old minecut diamonds, mounted in 14k gold, with fitted box, Russian assay marks, late 19th century With report CS1079755 dated 17 November 2016 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating country of origin of the rubies as Burma (Myanmar) with no evidence of heat or clarity enhancement

CDN

$13,000–15,000

US

$9,490–10,950

8 7

The bowknot design embellished with pierced flowers and stems, decorated with old mine, old European and rose-cut diamonds, the gallery engraved with a dainty foliate pattern, mounted in silver and gold, Russian assay marks, late 19th century CDN

$4,600–5,000

US

$3,358–3,650


188

187

189

187 A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

188 AN AMETHYST, PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Each featuring a pear-shaped faint pink diamond framed by small round pink diamonds, suspending within a graduated row of round diamonds and topped by pear-shaped and marquise-cut diamond foliate motifs, mounted in 18k pink and white gold

With report 1203679921 dated 1 September 2015 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond weighing 0.34 carat is faint pink, natural colour, VS1 clarity

The domed tapering band centering an oval amethyst weighing approximately 8.50 carats, amid pavé-set pink sapphires weighing approximately 12.00 carats, accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$18,000–22,000

US

$13,140–16,060

US

$1,460–1,898

189 AN ARTS AND CRAFTS PINK TOPAZ AND GOLD BROOCH, BY WALTON & CO.

The openwork oval plaque decorated with pink topazes amid textured leaves and sinuous tendrils, mounted in 14k gold, signed Walton & Co., circa 1900

With report 1209679592 dated 2 September 2015 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond weighing 0.31 carat is faint pink, natural colour, VS1 clarity

CDN

$2,000–2,600

CDN

8 8

$1,200–1,500

US

$876–1,095


190 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The long single strand comprising sixty-two pink cultured pearls graduated from 14.5 mm to 11.5 mm, clasp and accent beads of compressed oval motif and decorated with pavé-set diamonds, mounted in 18k pink gold, length 38 inches CDN

$16,000–20,000

US

$11,680–14,600

191

191 A PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval pink sapphire weighing approximately 5.00 carats, flanked by a pair of epaulette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.05 carats, mounted in platinum and 18k gold

190

CDN

8 9

$4,400–6,500

US

$3,212–4,745


192

192

192

192 THREE DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELS

Including an openwork bracelet composed of circular corded wirework links accented by graduated rows of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, length 6 1/4 inches; a similarly designed brooch, mounted in 18k gold; and a ring, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$6,000–7,000

US

$4,380–5,110

9 0


194

195

193

193 A DIAMOND RING

194 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

Set with a round diamond weighing 3.03 carats, between two pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$26,000–30,000

US

The curving forms designed as openwork overlapping loops pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 6.00 carats, mounted in 18k gold

$18,980–21,900

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

195 AN UNMOUNTED EMERALD

The emerald-cut emerald measuring 15.19 mm by 14.54 mm by 8.35 mm and weighing 11.46 carats

9 1

CDN

$7,000–10,000

US

$5,110–7,300


197

196

196 A DIAMOND AND GOLD FLORAL BROOCH, BY CARTIER

197 A RETRO CITRINE AND DIAMOND CLIP BROOCH, BY CARTIER

The highly bombé dahlia blossom with tiered rows of textured petals centered by a round diamond cluster, the polished stem accented by a trio of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier and numbered L9081 CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

The arched and angular geometric design composed of rectangular and diamond-profile shaped citrines, accented by round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Cartier, circa 1940 CDN

$1,460–2,190

9 2

$8,000–9,000

US

$5,840–6,570


198

199

200

198 A CITRINE AND GOLD RING

200 A DIAMOND RING

Set with nine citrine cabochons accented by tiny gold bead clusters, to a slender 14k gold shank CDN

$1,300–1,500

US

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 2.21 carats, flanked on either side by a trilliant-cut diamond, mounted in platinum and 18k gold

$949–1,095

With report 5180869 dated 1 December 1987 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is F colour, VS1 clarity

199 A PAIR OF CITRINE AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

The broad oval bombé forms composed of oval citrines, the central citrines surrounded by a border of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774

CDN

9 3

$15,000–18,000

US

$10,950–13,140


201

203

202

201 A RETRO SAPPHIRE, MOONSTONE AND GOLD FLORAL CLIP BROOCH

203 AN EMERALD, RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD FLORAL PENDANT/BROOCH

The oval emerald carved with a flower motif and set amid round diamonds, surrounded by textured petals centered by cabochon rubies, mounted in 18k gold

The undulating dogwood petals centering an oval cabochon sapphire weighing 3.50 carats, surrounded by a sextet of petite round moonstones, mounted in highly polished 14k gold, circa 1945 CDN

$1,300–1,500

US

CDN

$949–1,095

202 A PAIR OF RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

The fluted half hoops set with a pair of oval rubies weighing approximately 1.70 carats, accented by pavé-set diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$2,600–3,600

US

$1,898–2,628

9 4

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650


204

205

204 A RETRO EMERALD, RUBY, DIAMOND AND

205 AN AMETHYST, PINK SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

GOLD CUFF BRACELET

AND GOLD RING

The very broad fluted hinged cuff decorated with an elaborate floral spray composed of cabochon and carved rubies and emeralds, further accented by round, baguette-cut, trilliant-cut and half moon diamonds, mounted in 14k pink and yellow gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches, circa 1940 CDN

$8,000–12,000

US

The broad tapering band decorated with an oval dome composed of pavé-set amethysts, pink sapphires and diamonds, mounted in 18k pink gold CDN

$5,840–8,760

9 5

$2,400–3,000

US

$1,752–2,190


207

206

208

206 A GEM-SET AND GOLD CRUCIFORM BROOCH

Of Maltese cross inspiration, centering a baroque cultured pearl measuring approximately 14.0 mm, framed by a border of sapphires, to a quartet of cabochon rubies weighing approximately 10.70 carats, amid geometric textured gold trim, and accented by round diamonds weighing approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$3,650–4,380

207 A PAIR OF CORAL AND DIAMOND FLORAL EAR CLIPS

The large flowerheads each centering a cluster of round diamonds amid pear-shaped coral petals, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$4,600–5,000

US

$3,358–3,650

208 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an oval sapphire weighing 4.81 carats, amid a border of round diamonds, mounted platinum With report 2175802044 dated 24 August 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this sapphire is Sri Lanka. Heated.

9 6

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$3,650–4,380


209 A LONG GOLD SAUTOIR TASSEL NECKLACE

The large heavy ropetwist chain suspending a pair of brushed textured bead terminals and tassels, the decorative bar station attached to one rope, in 18k yellow and white gold, total length 40 inches

209

CDN

9 7

$3,600–4,400

US

$2,628–3,212


210

211 210 A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Composed of golden and white cultured pearls, each measuring approximately 14.6 mm and 11.3 mm, accented by a round diamond, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$3,800–4,400

US

$2,774–3,212

211 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising thirty-one cultured pearls measuring from 15.6 mm to 12.1 mm, joined to a pavé-set diamond ball clasp, mounted in 18k gold, length 18 1/2 inches

With report 1176432320 dated 21 December 2015 from the Gemological Institute of America stating saltwater beaded cultured pearls, natural bodycolour, no indication of treatment, these pearls fall into a colour range that is known in the trade as golden

CDN

$9,000–12,000

US

$6,570–8,760

9 8


212

213

213 A MULTI-GEM AND GOLD BRACELET,

212 A PAIR OF MULTI-GEM AND GOLD EAR CLIPS ,

BY FOCHTMANN

BY FOCHTMANN

The wide articulated strap composed of alternating arched and circular linking, with a series of channelset peridots, tourmalines and topazes, and bezel-set round diamonds weighing approximately 7.00 carats, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fochtmann and numbered 4405, length 6 3/4 inches

The sea shell motifs composed of coiling multi-hued graduated channels set with peridots, tourmalines and topazes and accented by a cabochon sapphire, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fochtmann and numbered 0066 CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

CDN

9 9

$10,000–14,000

US

$7,300–10,220


214

215

216

214 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

216 AN ART DECO DIAMOND, EMERALD, ONYX

The oval openwork geometric form centering a round diamond weighing approximately 0.60 carat, further set with bombé channels and panels of rectangular and round diamonds weighing approximately 1.35 carats, accented by flared terminals of sapphires and simulated sapphires, mounted in platinum, circa 1930 CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

AND PLATINUM BRACELET

The articulated geometric strap composed of alternating panels and loop and bar connectors, decorated throughout with round, rectangular and baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 8.10 carats, and accented by calibrécut emerald and onyx details, mounted in platinum, length 7 inches, numbered 10792, circa 1930

$2,190–2,920

215 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

CDN

The millegrained pierced plaque with scalloped details, centering a rectangular frame of simulated sapphires, set throughout with round and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1920 CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,095–1,460

$8,000–10,000

END OF SESSION ONE

1 0 0

US

$5,840–7,300



218

217

219

217 A LADY'S EMERALD, DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD 'REVERSO' WRISTWATCH,

218 A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Suspending a pair of pear-shaped cabochon emeralds weighing approximately 3.65 carats, accented by a conforming frame and an elongated line of round diamonds weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE

Manual movement, rectangular bezel and swivelling case set with emeralds and lines of round diamonds, two-tone dial with Arabic and dagger numerals, the reverse case decorated with a border of round diamonds and emeralds, completed by a brick linking bracelet with double-déployant clasp, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches CDN

$11,000–14,000

US

$8,030–10,220

CDN

$3,600–4,400

US

$2,628–3,212

219 AN EMERALD AND PALLADIUM LINE BRACELET

The tapering articulated strap composed of a channel comprising twenty-eight slightly graduated rectangular emeralds weighing approximately 12.00 carats, mounted in palladium, length 6 3/4 inches CDN

1 0 2

$3,400–4,000

US

$2,482–2,920


220

221

220 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD

221 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 7.25 carats, surrounded by a tiered frame accented by round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

CHAIN NECKLACE

Centering an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 2.85 carats, amid a dainty bombé frame set with tiny round diamonds, suspending from a fine trace linking chain accented by spectacle-set round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 3/4 inches CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

CDN

$2,920–4,380 1 0 3

$3,400–4,400

US

$2,482–3,212


223

222

222 A GENTLEMAN'S STAINLESS STEEL

'TANK SOLO XL' WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

223 A GENTLEMAN'S DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD 'OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY-DATE'

Automatic movement, rectangular case with silvered dial, Roman numerals, date aperture, sweep seconds, cabochon crown, joined to a bracelet with doubledéployant clasp, inner circumference 7 1/2 inches CDN

$3,200–4,000

US

WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

Automatic movement, the dial, bezel and bracelet decorated with aftermarket princess-cut diamonds weighing approximately 19.00 carats, beige dial with day aperture and magnified date aperture, joined to a Rolex President bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 3/4 inches, circa 1979

$2,336–2,920

CDN

1 0 4

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760


225

224

224 A GENTLEMAN'S STAINLESS STEEL

225 A RARE GENTLEMAN'S RECTANGULAR

'ROADSTER' CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH,

PLATINUM WRISTWATCH, REF. 425,

BY CARTIER

BY PATEK PHILIPPE

Automatic movement, two-tone silvered dial with Roman numerals, three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, 12-hour and 30-minute registers, magnified date aperture, joined to a polished and brushed finish bracelet with double déployant clasp, in stainless steel, inner circumference 6 5/8 inches CDN

$5,500–6,500

US

$4,015–4,745

Manual movement, curved rectangular case, white dial with applied baton numerals, subsidiary seconds, snap-on back, in platinum, joined to a black leather strap, circa 1945 CDN

1 0 5

$10,000–14,000

US

$7,300–10,220


227

226

226 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD NECKLACE, BY BULGARI

227 A PAIR OF DIAMOND FLORAL EAR CLIPS

The large concave flower blossoms with openwork petals decorated by round diamonds amid black diamond scalloped edges, mounted in 18k gold

Composed of a continuous series of 'Parentesi' modules and accented at the front with round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Bulgari, inner circumference 15 inches CDN

$10,000–15,000

US

CDN

$7,300–10,950

1 0 6

$5,000–6,000

US

$3,650–4,380


229

230

228

229 AN ONYX, WHITE GOLD AND STEEL 'BULGARI

228 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD BRACELET

The articulated strap composed of bombé baton linking, centering invisibly-set princess-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 6 3/4 inches CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

BULGARI OPTICAL ILLUSION' RING ,

BY BULGARI

Designed as a spinning wheel, the rotatable round plaque set atop a broad slightly tapering shank, decorated with onyx, mounted in 18k white gold and steel, signed Bulgari

$5,110–6,570

CDN

$1,000–1,500

US

$730–1,095

230 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 3.07 carats, flanked on either side by a trilliant-cut diamond, mounted in platinum CDN

1 0 7

$20,000–30,000

US

$14,600–21,900


231

231 A BANDED AGATE BEAD AND STERLING SILVER NECKLACE, BY PALOMA PICASSO, TIFFANY & CO.

Comprising fourteen large banded agate beads, joined to a sterling silver twin hoop clasp, signed Tiffany & Co., Paloma Picasso, length 17 1/4 inches CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190

1 0 8


233

234

232

233 A PAIR OF DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND GOLD EAR

232 AN ENAMEL, RUBY AND DIAMOND SNAKE

CLIPS , BY SCHLUMBERGER, TIFFANY & CO.

RING

The white enamel oval bombé forms decorated by diagonal gold lines studded with round diamond bezels, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., Schlumberger, France

The spring-mounted coiled serpent composed of overlapping white enamel scale plaques, with a diamond-set head and tail, accented by marquise-cut ruby eyes, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

CDN

$2,920–3,650

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300

234 AN ANTIQUE GEM-SET, ENAMEL AND GOLD BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The petite openwork floral design decorated with a petal-collet old European-cut yellow diamond, zircons, chrysoberyls and topazes, of various shades, amid dainty white enamel scrolling foliage, mounted in 22k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., circa 1900 CDN

1 0 9

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


235

237

236 (daylight)

236 (incandescent light)

235 A PAIR OF MO THER-OF-PEARL, ONYX, CORAL

AND GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY ANGELA CUMMINGS

237 A MULTI-COLOURED SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

The oval domes decorated throughout with inlays of mother-of-pearl, onyx and coral dots, mounted in 18k gold, signed Angela Cummings CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

The bombé cushion-shaped top pavé-set with orange and yellow sapphires and diamonds, to shoulders accented with rows of tiny orange sapphires, mounted in 18k gold, size 6 3/4

$2,920–3,650

CDN

236 AN ALEXANDRITE RING , BY BIRKS

Centering an oval alexandrite weighing 4.76 carats, mounted in platinum and 14k gold CDN

$16,000–20,000

US

$11,680–14,600

1 1 0

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


238

239

239 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

238 A PAIR OF GEM-SET AND GOLD BANGLE

Set with a heart-shaped diamond weighing 1.01 carats, between a pair of round diamonds, amid a pavé-set diamond ground, with an elaborate scalloped gallery, to a polished tapering shank, mounted in 18k pink gold, size 7 3/4

BRACELETS , BY ILIAS LALAOUNIS

The fluted hinged bangles with chimera terminals accented by rubies, sapphires and diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, maker's mark for Ilias Lalaounis, Greece, Mecan, inner circumference 6 3/8 inches (2) CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

With report 5156043264 dated 30 April 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is G colour, VVS2 clarity 1 1 1

CDN

$3,600–4,600

US

$2,628–3,358


240

240

240

240 A SUITE OF CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD JEWELS , BY BULGARI

Including a necklace, length 15 inches; a bracelet, length 6 3/4 inches; a ring; and a pair of ear pendants, each composed of cultured pearls and gold panels, mounted in 18k gold, signed Bulgari, with an extra link to add 1 3/8 inches to either the bracelet or the necklace (4)

240

CDN

1 1 2

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760


241

242

243

241 A CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD BIRD BROOCH

243 A GEM-SET AND GOLD BUNNY BROOCH,

The two parrots perched on a branch and modelled in textured high relief, the diamond-set heads with either a ruby or an emerald eye, one with a baroque cultured pearl for its body, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

BY KUTCHINSKY

Whimsically modelled in high relief with fluted texture, the cheerful standing rabbit featuring elongated ears, emerald and diamond eyes, ruby cabochon nose and diamond-set prominent teeth, mounted in 18k gold, signed Kutchinsky

$2,482–2,774

242 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND GOLD RING

CDN

The curving crossover band set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 1.60 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$3,600–4,400

US

$2,628–3,212

1 1 3

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


244

245

244 A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE

Centering a pear-shaped ruby drop weighing approximately 1.25 carats, amid a diamond channel frame and suspending from polished bombé curved linking accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, length 16 1/4 inches CDN

$2,200–3,200

US

245 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

The elongated swing pendants composed of graduated balls suspended from slender diamond lines, decorated with pavé-set diamonds weighing approximately 7.85 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$1,606–2,336

1 1 4

$7,500–8,500

US

$5,475–6,205


247

246

248

246 A DIAMOND AND GOLD FLORAL CLIP

247 A CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND GOLD

BROOCH, BY PIAGET

Designed as a rose with hinged woven mesh petals accented by round diamond edges, centering an 'en tremblant' diamond cluster, the curved polished stem decorated with textured leaves, mounted in 18k gold, signed Piaget, French assay marks CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$5,110–6,570

RING , BY CARTIER

Centering a cultured pearl of 8.1 mm, amid a quartet of incised bombé panels decorated with pavé-set diamonds, openwork shoulders and fluted tapering band, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier and numbered 690384, French assay marks CDN

$6,500–8,000

US

$4,745–5,840

248 A CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD BRACELET

The series of twelve cultured pearls measuring 7.1-7.6 mm, amid an articulated openwork strap composed of elaborate textured and beaded linking, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 1/4 inches CDN

1 1 5

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190


249

250

249 THREE DIAMOND AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELETS

250 A CITRINE AND GOLD RING , BY BUCCELLATI

The tapering band centering a bezel-set oval citrine weighing approximately 10.50 carats, accented with lacy motifs on the deep gallery and edges, mounted in textured 18k yellow and white gold, signed Buccellati, size 5 1/4

The trio of oval hinged hoops each set to the top with a row of round diamonds amid a ground of curved diamond channels, variously mounted in 14k white and yellow gold, inner circumference 6 1/8 to 6 3/8 inches CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

250 (side view)

CDN

$2,190–2,920

1 1 6

$3,000–5,000

US

$2,190–3,650


252

251

251 A DIAMOND AND GOLD CHOKER,

252 A PAIR OF MABE PEARL, DIAMOND AND GOLD

BY PEDERZANI

EAR CLIPS , BY TIFFANY & CO.

The spring-mounted neck band composed of modular plaques and centering a diamond-set floral motif, mounted in polished 18k gold CDN

$5,500–6,500

US

Centering a pair of mabe pearls surrounded by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany CDN

$4,015–4,745

1 1 7

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190


255

253

254

253 A COLOURED DIAMOND AND PINK SAPPHIRE FLORAL CLIP BROOCH

The large blossom with diamond pistil amid curled petals decorated by pavé-set pink sapphires in graduated shades, to the elongated pavé-set yellow diamond stem embellished with pink sapphire buds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

255 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND PINK SAPPHIRE

'HAPPY DIAMONDS' EAR CLIPS , BY CHOPARD

Each heart form centering a crystal compartment encasing a floating trio of diamond and pink sapphire bezels, topped by a pear-shaped diamond and further decorated throughout with pavé-set pink sapphires and diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Chopard and numbered 84/4314/11-20, 2618553, with certificate of origin

$1,314–1,606

254 THREE UNMOUNTED TOURMALINES

CDN

Including a round green tourmaline measuring 9.86 mm by 9.99 mm by 6.58 mm and weighing 4.27 carats; a cushion-shaped pink-green tourmaline measuring 8.12 mm by 8.69 mm by 7.76 mm weighing 3.59 carats; a round pink tourmaline measuring 9.23 mm by 9.85 mm by 6.59 mm and weighing 3.81 carats CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

1 1 8

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760


256

257

256 A PAIR OF MULTI-GEM 'SORBET' EAR

257 A MULTI-GEM 'SORBET' RING , BY CARTIER

PENDANTS , BY CARTIER

The exuberant cabochon and facetted elongated spray pendants suspending pear-shaped rose quartz accented by pink and yellow sapphires, rubies, pink tourmalines, orange garnets and tiny round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Cartier and numbered 62853B, French assay marks, with original box and authenticity certificate CDN

$8,000–12,000

US

$5,840–8,760

1 1 9

The exuberant cabochon and facetted cluster featuring a pear-shaped rose quartz accented by rubies, yellow sapphires, pink tourmalines, orange garnets and tiny round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Cartier and numbered 63014B, with original box and authenticity certificate CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$4,380–5,840


259

258

260

258 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD HOOP EARRINGS , BY DIOR

259 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an oval sapphire weighing approximately 2.15 carats, surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 1.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold This lot is offered without a reserve.

The large penannular hoops decorated with a series of dangling spectacle-set round diamond bezels, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Dior and numbered A7368, French assay marks CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

260 A SAPPHIRE, SILVER AND GOLD BRACELET

The graduated row of oval and cushion-shaped sapphires weighing approximately 31.50 carats, mounted in silver and gold, length 7 1/8 inches

1 2 0

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


261

262

262 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

261 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM NECKLACE

Set with four oval sapphires weighing approximately 8.90 carats, each framed by round diamonds, the twin chains further accented by diamond-set petite floral and bar motifs, mounted in platinum, length 15 3/4 inches CDN

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300

1 2 1

Centering a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing approximately 1.70 carats, flanked by a pair of old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.70 carats, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, rhodium plated CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


264

263

263 A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

264 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

The hinged hoop of crossover Toi et Moi design set with a white and a dark grey cultured pearl measuring approximately 13.5 mm, embellished by foliate motifs of baguette-cut diamond channels, mounted in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 3/8 inches

Composed of grey and white cultured pearls, each measuring approximately 15.0 mm and 11.8 mm, accented by a round diamond, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$3,000–3,600

US

$2,190–2,628

1 2 2

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


265

266

265 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

266 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND

The broad deeply fluted bombé design with curving panels pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 5.60 carats, to a polished shank, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$5,500–6,500

US

DIAMOND 'OMBRÉ' NECKLACE

The long single strand comprising sixty-nine cultured pearls in graduating shades of white, grey and black, from 14.5 mm to 10.4 mm, joined to a pierced 18k white gold diamond-set clasp, length 34 1/2 inches

$4,015–4,745

CDN

1 2 3

$9,000–12,000

US

$6,570–8,760


268

267

269

267 A RETRO DIAMOND, EMERALD AND GOLD BROOCH

268 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 3.02 carats, mounted in platinum

The large spray bouquet of curling and fluted elongated leaves, decorated with pavé-set round diamonds, gathered by an emerald channel ribbon knot, mounted in platinum and 14k pink and yellow gold, circa 1940 CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$1,898–2,190

With report 2145694248 dated 6 June 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is I colour, VVS1 clarity CDN

$28,000–34,000

US

$20,440–24,820

269 AN OPAL, DIAMOND AND GOLD BROOCH

The stylised sun centering an oval opal measuring 27.5 mm x 17.5 mm x 8.6 mm, amid curved radiating solar flares set with round and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k gold CDN

1 2 4

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


270 A SET OF GOLD JEWELS , BY TIFFANY & CO.

Including an articulated necklace featuring a series of fluted twin leafy links between arched and loop connectors, length 15 1/2 inches; and a bracelet en suite, length 7 inches, each in 14k gold, signed Tiffany & Co. (2) CDN

$6,000–7,000

US

270

270

1 2 5

$4,380–5,110


271

273

272

271 A RETRO DIAMOND, RUBY AND GOLD BRACELET

272 A RETRO DIAMOND AND GOLD DOUBLE-CLIP BROOCH

The wide ribbon bows composed of overlapping sashes with a pierced lattice pattern, accented by round diamonds and simulated rubies, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1940

The series of flare and scroll motifs amid curling ribbons, decorated with round diamonds and rubies, mounted in highly polished 14k gold, length 7 inches, circa 1940 CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774

CDN

$2,000–2,400

US

$1,460–1,752

273 A RETRO DIAMOND AND GOLD FLORAL RING

The stylised fuchsia amid curved leaves and stems set with round diamonds and simulated rubies, mounted in 14k pink gold, circa 1940

1 2 6

CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

$730–876


274

275

275 A RETRO RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD

274 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND GOLD RING

The broad tapering band asymmetrically-set with an old marquise-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.90 carats, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

BRACELET

The broad strap designed as a flexible mosaic of honeycomb links, each hexagonal plaque centred by a star-set round diamond, joined to a ruby and diamond arch clasp, the terminals accented by a quartet of cabochon ruby bezels, mounted in 18k gold, length 6 7/8 inches, circa 1940

$5,110–6,570

CDN

1 2 7

$16,000–20,000

US

$11,680–14,600


277

276

277 A CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM CLIP BROOCH

Composed of a large cluster of cultured pearl grapes sprinkled with six old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.25 carats, and a broad curling elongated leaf decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats, mounted in platinum

278

CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

278 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET

The triple strands comprising forty-five cultured pearls measuring 9.0-9.9 mm, accented by diamondset rondelles and joined to a diamond-set clasp composed of a circular motif and stepped finials, the diamonds totalling approximately 4.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 1/2 inches

276 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ETERNITY RING

The wide band alternating pairs of tapered baguettecut diamonds and pear-shaped diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 5.25 carats, mounted in platinum, size 6 CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

CDN

1 2 8

$7,500–8,500

US

$5,475–6,205


280 279

280 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND

279 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

The stylised floret motif set with a round diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, amid openwork radiating petal rows of round diamonds, to an elaborate gallery, band-within-a-band shank, mounted 14k white gold CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising thirty-three cultured pearls graduated from 14.4 mm to 11.1 mm, joined to a polished 14k white gold ball clasp inset with tiny round diamonds, length 17 1/2 inches

$2,920–4,380

CDN

1 2 9

$6,000–7,000

US

$4,380–5,110


281 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Set with two pear-shaped diamond drops weighing 2.13 carats, topped by two trilliant-cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.80 carat, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$10,000–13,000

US

$7,300–9,490

281

282 A DIAMOND RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, between a pair of smaller round diamonds weighing approximately 0.50 carat, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

282

$2,200–2,800

US

$1,606–2,044

283 AN UNMOUNTED TANZANITE

The oval tanzanite measuring 19.98 mm by 14.61 mm by 9.90 mm and weighing 22.07 carats CDN

283

1 3 0

$6,500–7,500

US

$4,745–5,475


285

284

286

284 A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING

286 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

Set with a pear-shaped tanzanite weighing 6.36 carats, between a pair of round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$2,000–2,600

US

BRACELET

The strap decorated with sinuous rows of old European-cut diamond collets interlaced with old European-cut diamonds accented by simulated sapphires, mounted in platinum, length 7 1/8 inches, circa 1930

$1,460–1,898

285 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

The openwork rectangular plaque with scalloped terminals, centering a round diamond collet and decorated throughout with smaller round old European and baguette-cut diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.70 carats, mounted in platinum, French assay marks, circa 1930 CDN

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,095–1,314

CDN

1 3 1

$11,000–13,000

US

$8,030–9,490


287

288

287 AN ANTIQUE SET OF DIAMOND JEWELS

The elaborate bib necklet composed of coiling ribbon garlands, flowers, scrolling foliage and acanthus leaf motifs, suspending a graduated trio of star pendants, set throughout with old mine and old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 9.60 carats, the stars can be worn separately as pendants or brooches, mounted in silver and gold, rhodium plated, length 13 1/2 inches, circa 1880, (4) CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

288 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an oval sapphire weighing approximately 2.60 carats, framed by a border of old European-cut diamonds, to diamond-set pierced shoulders, mounted in platinum CDN

1 3 2

$6,000–8,000

US

$4,380–5,840



289 AN UNMOUNTED TANZANITE

The cushion-shaped tanzanite measuring 22.43 mm by 14.84 mm by 11.23 mm and weighing 32.41 carats CDN

$9,500–12,000

US

$6,935–8,760

289

290 AN UNMOUNTED COLOURED DIAMOND

The oval fancy purple-pink diamond measuring 6.99 mm by 4.73 mm by 2.97 mm and weighing 0.74 carat

290

With copy of report 5151982037 dated 4 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy purple-pink, natural colour CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110

291 A PARCEL OF UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS

Comprising thirty-five round diamonds weighing 15.67 carats CDN

291

1 3 4

$10,000–15,000

US

$7,300–10,950


292

293

293 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

292 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM DOUBLE-CLIP

The strap fashioned as an elaborate series of arched panels, plaques, bows and loops, centering an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.10 carats, and decorated throughout with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 15.50 carats, mounted in platinum, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches, circa 1945

BROOCH

The curling ribbon sashes with scroll terminals, decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.60 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1940 CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$4,380–5,840

CDN

1 3 5

$22,000–28,000

US

$16,060–20,440


294

295

294 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

The openwork design centering a marquise-cut diamond leafy stem amid round and baguette-cut diamond curved and scalloped rows, mounted in platinum CDN

$2,200–2,800

US

295 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET WATCH, BY MOVADO

Composed of articulated openwork geometric and fleur-de-lys panels decorated throughout with old European-cut and round diamonds weighing approximately 10.00 carats, case cover slides open to reveal a rectangular white dial with Arabic numerals, manual movement, mounted in platinum, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches, circa 1930

$1,606–2,044

CDN

1 3 6

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


297

298

297 A PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an octagonal pink sapphire weighing 4.21 carats, surrounded by tiered rows of pearshaped diamonds, to a band with openwork shoulders accented by micro-pavé diamonds, mounted in 18k white and pink gold

With report 5172646587 dated 20 June 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural sapphire, geographic origin Madagascar, no indication of heating

296

CDN

NECKLACE

The graduated course comprising 161 round diamonds weighing approximately 11.00 carats, mounted in platinum, length 16 3/4 ins $10,000–15,000

US

US

$10,950–14,600

298 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

296 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RIVIÈRE

CDN

$15,000–20,000

$7,300–10,950

1 3 7

The curving geometric design set with an angled marquise-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.90 carat, amid elaborate tapering shoulders accented with round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$2,400–3,400

US

$1,752–2,482


299

301

300

299 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

The wide half hoops decorated with channels of square rubies and round diamonds, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold CDN

$1,500–1,800

US

301 A RUBY, DIAMOND AND TWO-TONE GOLD BANGLE BRACELET, BY FRIEDRICH

The hinged penannular bangle of Toi et Moi motif set with an old mine-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.35 carats, and a cushion-shaped ruby weighing approximately 3.05 carats, further decorated with smaller rubies and diamonds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

$1,095–1,314

300 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval ruby weighing 2.97 carats, surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 2.15 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

CDN

With report CDC1408386 dated 5 Sept 2014 from C. Dunaigre Consulting stating that this gemstone shows gemological properties consistent with those of rubies from Thailand (Siam). No indication of heating. Vivid red.

CDN

$13,000–16,000

US

$9,490–11,680

1 3 8

$20,000–30,000

US

$14,600–21,900



302

302 A RUBY, DIAMOND AND PEARL NECKLACE

The elongated pendant decorated with an oval ruby amid a hexagonal frame of small round diamonds, suspending a seed pearl and ruby bead tassel, topped by a line of larger round diamonds joined to a fine chain further set with ruby beads and pearls (not tested for natural or cultured origin), mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 1/4 inches CDN

$20,000–30,000

US

$14,600–21,900

1 4 0


303

304

305

303 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND

304 A RUBY AND DIAMOND BRACELET

The two tapering panels decorated with cabochon rubies weighing approximately 50.00 carats, framed by baguette-cut and round diamonds, alternating with pavé-set diamond oval connections, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 10.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 1/4 inches

EAR PENDANTS

Set with a pair of oval rubies weighing approximately 1.25 carats, accented by round diamond frames and lines weighing approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

CDN

$26,000–30,000

US

$18,980–21,900

305 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a trio of round rubies weighing approximately 4.35 carats, amid a conforming scalloped border of round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

1 4 1

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


306

307

308

306 A RUBY, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM CLIP BROOCH

307 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

The tiered design with oblique ribbon bow motif and set with a trio of rubies weighing approximately 2.50 carats, accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

The elaborately spiralling ribbon spray set with oval rubies weighing approximately 11.00 carats, and round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1935 CDN

$11,000–13,000

US

$8,030–9,490

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190

308 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ETERNITY RING

Encircled by twenty-five baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.50 carats, mounted in platinum, size 6 CDN

1 4 2

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760


309

310

310 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

309 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

The broad strap composed of an undulating and flowing series of elaborate curled ribbon and flare motifs set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 17.00 carats, mounted in platinum, length 7 1/8 inches

The foliate clusters composed of round, marquise-cut and pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 5.35 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650

CDN

1 4 3

$16,000–18,000

US

$11,680–13,140


312

311

313

311 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 9.38 carats, framed by round and trapezoid-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.75 carats, mounted in platinum With report 5141779000 dated 6 July 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this ruby is East Africa. No indication of heating.

CDN

$65,000–75,000

US

$47,450–54,750

312 A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS

Set with a pair of oval sapphires weighing approximately 4.00 carats, framed by round diamonds weighing approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold This lot is offered without a reserve. CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

313 A DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 2.82 carats, the conforming frame and shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

1 4 4

$22,000–26,000

US

$16,060–18,980


315

316

315 TWO UNMOUNTED DIAMONDS

An unmounted briolette diamond measuring 5.12 mm by 4.80 mm by 8.25 mm and weighing 1.67 carats; the other measuring 5.68 mm by 4.91 mm by 9.12 mm and weighing 2.03 carats

With report 6137112062 dated 24 February 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond weighing 1.67 carats is D colour, VVS2 clarity

314

With report 2131112054 dated 24 February 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond weighing 2.03 carats is D colour, internally flawless CDN

BROOCH

The finely pierced and millegrained rectangular plaque centering an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 14.00 carats, mounted in platinum $4,000–5,000

US

US

$29,200–36,500

316 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING

314 AN AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

CDN

$40,000–50,000

$2,920–3,650

1 4 5

Set with an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 11.00 carats, flanked by a pair of trapezoid diamonds weighing approximately 1.45 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$3,600–4,600

US

$2,628–3,358


317

318

319

317 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

Set with a pair of old mine-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.00 carats, amid bellflower and scrolling leaf motifs further accented by old European and old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and gold CDN

$12,000–16,000

US

319 A DIAMOND TWIN-STONE AND PLATINUM RING

The Toi et Moi design with crossover motif set with two round diamonds weighing approximately 3.85 carats, the shoulders accented by small round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

$8,760–11,680

CDN

318 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a marquise-cut diamond weighing 2.01 carats, between a pair of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

$10,950–13,140

1 4 6

$13,000–16,000

US

$9,490–11,680


321

320

321 AN ART DECO DIAMOND, EMERALD AND

320 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

PLATINUM BRACELET

BROOCH

The articulated tapering strap centering a row of graduated marquise-cut diamonds accented by calibré-cut emeralds, further set throughout with round and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 7 1/8 inches, circa 1925

The rectangular plaque with geometric openwork panels centering an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.40 carats, further set with round, old European-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1930 CDN

$10,000–14,000

US

$7,300–10,220

CDN

1 4 7

$16,000–20,000

US

$11,680–14,600


322 AN ANTIQUE HESSONITE GARNET, ENAMEL AND GOLD BROOCH,

BY CARLO AND ARTHUR GIULIANO

The petite bar brooch set with a pair of cushionshaped hessonite garnets within deep bezels, to tiny bead finials and centered by a dainty openwork white and blue enamel entrelac motif, mounted in 18k gold, with maker's mark C&AG for Carlo and Arthur Giuliano, with original fitted box, circa 1900

322

CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774

323 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND, CHRYSOPRASE AND SAPPHIRE BROOCH,

BY CARLO AND ARTHUR GIULIANO

The circular openwork flower motif with dainty petals and scalloped edges, centering an old minecut diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, surrounded by pear-shaped chrysoprase plaques and cabochon sapphires, mounted in 18k gold, with maker's mark C&AG for Carlo and Arthur Giuliano, circa 1895

323

CDN

$7,000–8,000

US

$5,110–5,840

324 AN ANTIQUE CAMEO, ENAMEL AND

SPLIT-PEARL MEMORIAL PENDANT, BY CARLO GIULIANO

The tiered oval frame set with a finely carved paste cameo depicting the profile of a classical lady, amid white enamel dot trim and black enamel edges, surrounded by a border of split-pearls, glazed compartment on the reverse, mounted in 18k gold, maker's mark C.G. for Carlo Giuliano, with original box, circa 1890 CDN

324 1 4 8

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


Jewels by Giuliano are among the most highly desired in the world of antiques. A protégé of Alessandro Castellani, Carlo Giuliano travelled from Italy to London, and after establishing the London branch for Castellani, he opened his own atelier in Britain.

Giuliano brought his own unique focus to jewellery of the late 19th Century. Experimentation with enamel gained Giuliano a global reputation for the delicacy of his work. The use of black and white enamel in combination was a trademark style. The use of simple gems to accentuate the design of a jewel was common. Giuliano, like Castellani, experimented with ancient motifs and designs from antiquity. Giuliano focused on inspiration from the Renaissance, producing delicate jewels with fine details that were often as beautiful on the back as on the front. Carlo’s sons, Carlo and Arthur, continued, until 1914, with the tradition of designing highly desired jewels inspired by antiquity and the Renaissance.

325 325 AN ANTIQUE GARNET AND GOLD PENDANT AND CHAIN NECKLACE, BY CARLO GIULIANO

The large square plaque pendant composed of adjoining quatrefoil motifs, each centering a garnet cabochon, decorated with ropetwist and bead work, the reverse embellished by raised floral motifs, mounted in 18k gold, signed C G for Carlo Giuliano; suspending from a long 14k gold chain decorated with garnet stations, by Tiffany & Co., length 32 1/2 inches, circa 1890 CDN

$30,000–36,000

US

$21,900–26,280

1 4 9


Among the most collectible and desirable of jewels in the world, the works of Castellani and Giuliano are central to jewellery history. Fortunato Pio Castellani (1793-1865), and his sons, Alessandro, and Augusto, were based in Rome in the 19th century. The house of Castellani used inspiration from ancient Etruscan, Roman, and Egyptian sources to bring vitality to their jewels. The image of intertwined serpents and a pair of wings, the caduceus, is a classic symbol of mythical messengers, and was familiar to ancient Egyptian and Greek cultures. For a similar hair ornament by Castellani, see the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New York. (Featured on page 106 of the Jewelry volume of The Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques, and also on pages 131 and 186 of Soros & Walker’s, Castellani and Italian Archaeological Jewelry). Amphorae, ancient wine jug shapes, and mystical animal forms featured extensively in Castellani jewels. Castellani rediscovered ancient metalworking techniques, and used the methods in unique and intricate jewels offered to 19th Century collectors. Castellani jewels, with their enduring beauty, remain a high priority for collectors around the world.

327

326 326 AN ANTIQUE GOLD BROOCH, BY CASTELLANI

327 AN ANTIQUE GOLD AND CADUCEUS HAIR ORNAMENT, BY CASTELLANI

The Etruscan Revival brooch fashioned as a highly sculpted ram's head with elaborate coiling wirework horns, circular looping body, centering a suspended amphora, mounted in 18k gold, maker's mark for Castellani, circa 1880s CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

Of caduceus design, the duo of entwined serpents coiling upon a reeded pillar and set amid a pair of wings, embellished throughout by highly detailed corded wirework, in 18k gold, with interlaced C's for Castellani, circa 1875

$2,482–2,774

CDN

1 5 0

$5,000–10,000

US

$3,650–7,300


Lot 327 shown on page 186 illustrating a similar example in Soros & Walker’s, Castellani and Italian Archaeological Jewelry.


329

328

330

328 A DIAMOND AND TWO-TONE GOLD RING

The tiered design centering a deep bezel featuring a round diamond weighing approximately 3.00 carats, amid a broad semi-bezel frame, accented by diamondset shoulders, to a fluted shank, in 14k white and yellow gold, size 8 1/2 CDN

$18,000–22,000

US

329 A RETRO DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE, PLATINUM AND GOLD CLIP BROOCH

Exuberantly modelled as a large ruched ribbon composed of fine mesh accented by sapphire and diamond bezels, to an undulating polished knot and a pavé-set diamond bow and sash, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, circa 1950

$13,140–16,060

CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$5,110–6,570

330 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

Centering a round diamond weighing 2.14 carats, within a deep curving crossover semi-bezel, to invisibly-set princess-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold, size 4 CDN

1 5 2

$15,000–20,000

US

$10,950–14,600


331

331

331

331 A SUITE OF SAPPHIRE AND GOLD JEWELS , BY CARTIER

Including a necklace composed of a series of graduated wirework florets centered by round sapphires, length 15 1/8 inches; a bracelet, length 6 5/8 inches; each signed Cartier, mounted in 18k gold; and a pair of ear clips in 14k and 18k gold (3) CDN

$12,000–15,000

US

$8,760–10,950

1 5 3


333

332 334

332 A DIAMOND AND GOLD FLORAL BROOCH, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

333 A PAIR OF SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS ,

The large blossom composed of corded wirework petals, leaves and stems, set with old European-cut diamonds graduated from approximately 2.25 carats to 0.25 carat, and weighing a total of approximately 15.60 carats, mounted in 18k gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels and numbered 6355 CS, French assay marks CDN

$28,000–38,000

US

BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

Each pavé-set diamond boule suspending a cultured pearl measuring approximately 13.6 mm, from a pavé-set diamond cap topped by a round diamond, drop detachable, mounted in 18k gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, NY, numbered 60940

$20,440–27,740

CDN

$36,000–40,000

US

$26,280–29,200

334 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

Set with a round diamond weighing 7.64 carats, to a wide slightly tapering band, the shoulders accented by princess-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDN

1 5 4

$40,000–50,000

US

$29,200–36,500


335

336

336 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

335 A SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 10.00 carats, mounted in platinum

DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising twenty-nine cultured pearls graduated from 16.0 mm to 14.0 mm, joined to a pavé-set diamond ball clasp, mounted in 14k white gold, length 18 1/2 inches CDN

$20,000–24,000

US

CDN

$14,600–17,520

1 5 5

$24,000–34,000

US

$17,520–24,820


338

339

338 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing 12.87 carats, framed by tiny round diamonds and a pair of trapezoid-cut diamonds, to a slender diamond-set 18k white and yellow gold band

337

With report 16105200 dated 7 November 2016 from the Gubelin Gem Lab stating that gemmological testing revealed characteristics consistent with those of emerald originating from Colombia. Indications of moderate clarity enhancement. Natural emeralds are commonly clarity enhanced. CDN

$50,000–60,000

US

$36,500–43,800

339 A COLOURED DIAMOND AND DIAMOND RING AND BAND

The Toi et Moi design set with a round fancy intense yellow diamond weighing 3.52 carats, and a round diamond weighing approximately 3.50 carats, accented by curved rows of baguette-cut and round diamonds; accompanied by a fitted matching band set with flared baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

337 A COLOURED DIAMOND AND PLATINUM FLORAL PENDANT/BROOCH

The circular form designed as a pansy flowerhead centering a round fancy greenish yellow diamond weighing 0.54 carat, amid tiered bombé scalloped petals pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats, mounted in platinum

With copy of report 11673204 dated 28 August 2001 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy greenish yellow, natural colour

CDN

$6,500–7,500

US

With report 1182279843 dated 10 April 2017 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy intense yellow, natural colour, VS2 clarity

$4,745–5,475

CDN

1 5 6

$50,000–70,000

US

$36,500–51,100



340

342

341

340 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a rectangular fancy purplish pink diamond weighing 0.75 carat, flanked by pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k white gold

341 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

The geometric strap composed of a series of pierced curved plaques between cross-bar connections, decorated throughout with round and marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.00 carats, mounted in platinum, inner circumference 6 1/2 inches

With report 1122871330 dated 2 December 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating fancy purplish pink, natural colour

CDN

$30,000–40,000

US

$21,900–29,200

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920

342 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

The oval openwork form fashioned with an elaborate flowing ribbon motif set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, mounted in platinum CDN

1 5 8

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,190–2,920


343

345

344

345 A DIAMOND RING

343 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

Set with an oval diamond weighing 2.20 carats, the conforming frame and shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

Set with a pair of old European-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 2.25 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300

CDN

344 A DIAMOND RIVIÈRE NECKLACE

The continuous course comprising a graduated series of 155 old mine and old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 16.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 18 1/4 inches CDN

$9,000–13,000

US

$6,570–9,490

1 5 9

$28,000–34,000

US

$20,440–24,820


346

348

347

346 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EARRINGS

The bombé crescent forms pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 10.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

348 A RUBY, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING , BY OSCAR HEYMAN & BRO THERS

The tapering fluted band decorated with an openwork plaque composed of stepped rows of rectangular rubies and round diamonds, mounted in platinum, numbered 66933

$2,190–2,920

347 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND GOLD RING

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 3.60 carats, mounted in 18k light yellow gold CDN

$18,000–22,000

US

$13,140–16,060

CDN

1 6 0

$4,600–5,000

US

$3,358–3,650


349

350

349 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PENDANT AND

350 A DIAMOND BRACELET

The broad strap of geometric design set throughout with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 13.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 inches

CHAIN NECKLACE

Set with an old pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 3.45 carats, topped by an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.50 carat, from a fine trace linking chain, mounted in platinum, length 18 inches CDN

$7,000–10,000

US

CDN

$5,110–7,300

1 6 1

$26,000–30,000

US

$18,980–21,900



352

351 353

351 A FINE NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising ninety-nine natural pearls measuring from 8.6 mm to 3.0 mm, joined to a two-sided navette-shaped clasp decorated on the front and reverse with either a marquise-cut or an old European-cut diamond and framed with smaller old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 21 1/2 inches

352 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a cushion-shaped diamond weighing 5.01 carats, the shoulders accented with round diamonds, mounted in platinum

With classification report 1182075815 dated 18 January 2017 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearls, saltwater origin, no indications of treatment, excellent lustre, lightly spotted, very good matching

CDN

$30,000–40,000

US

CDN

$50,000–60,000

US

$36,500–43,800

353 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 4.15 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

$21,900–29,200

CDN

1 6 3

$9,000–13,000

US

$6,570–9,490


355 354 354 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with an old European-cut diamond weighing 3.07 carats, dainty scalloped gallery, fluted shoulders and shank, mounted in platinum, size 5, circa 1915 CDN

$11,000–14,000

US

$8,030–10,220

355 AN ANTIQUE NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT/BROOCH

The pierced plaque designed as an elaborate cartouche decorated with floral, fleur-de-lys and crown motifs set throughout with old mine, old European and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 6.50 carats, centering a natural pearl measuring 10.5 mm by 9.6 mm, and suspending a petite ribbon bow with a natural pearl drop measuring 13.9 mm by 8.8 mm, with brooch fitting, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1850

356

356 AN ART DECO LADY'S DIAMOND WRISTWATCH

Manual movement, old European-cut and round diamond panels pierced with floral motifs, white dial with Arabic numerals, mounted in platinum, joined to an 18k white gold mesh bracelet, length 6 1/2 inches, circa 1930

With report 1182177060 dated 2 March 2017 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearls, saltwater origin

CDN

$12,000–15,000

US

$8,760–10,950

CDN

1 6 4

$3,400–3,800

US

$2,482–2,774


357

358

358 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND, SILVER AND GOLD

357 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

BAR BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

EAR PENDANTS

The finial decorated with an old pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 1.10 carats, to a slender line of rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and 14k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., late 19th century

Of chandelier design set throughout with old European, old mine, baguette-cut and round diamonds weighing approximately 12.00 carats, mounted in platinum CDN

$8,000–11,000

US

$5,840–8,030

CDN

1 6 5

$4,000–5,000

US

$2,920–3,650


360

359

361

359 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Of dome design, centering an oval sapphire weighing 4.40 carats, amid an openwork ground decorated with pear-shaped and marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.25 carats, mounted in platinum

With report 6245891871 dated 15 February 2017 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this sapphire is Sri Lanka. No indications of heating.

CDN

$10,000–14,000

US

360 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DOUBLE-CLIP BROOCH

Each geometric openwork plaque set with curved rows of oval sapphires and further decorated with coiling ribbon sashes of round and baguette-cut diamonds and calibré-cut sapphire channels, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$9,000–12,000

US

$6,570–8,760

361 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing 6.13 carats, mounted in platinum

$7,300–10,220

CDN

1 6 6

$40,000–50,000

US

$29,200–36,500


362

363

363 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

362 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM DOUBLE-CLIP BROOCH, BY DRAYSON

The stylised bowknot with flaring openwork tails decorated with eight old European-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.40 carats, and round diamonds weighing approximately 3.75 carats, mounted in platinum, signed Drayson, circa 1940 CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

$5,840–6,570

1 6 7

The wide articulated strap centering twin rows of marquise-cut diamonds amid baguette-cut diamond borders, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 30.00 carats, mounted in platinum, length 6 1/2 inches CDN

$34,000–38,000

US

$24,820–27,740


364

365

366

364 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BOW BROOCH

366 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM LINE BRACELET

The continuous course alternating emerald-cut sapphires weighing approximately 10.10 carats, and twin baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 2.75 carats, mounted in platinum, length 6 3/4 inches

The bowknot with flaring ribbon sashes set with calibrécut sapphires and round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$2,000–2,400

US

$1,460–1,752

365 A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR

CDN

PENDANTS

Set with a pair of heart-shaped sapphires weighing approximately 3.90 carats, accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$4,800–5,500

US

$3,504–4,015

1 6 8

$8,000–10,000

US

$5,840–7,300


368 367

368 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

367 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

Set with an oval sapphire weighing approximately 1.30 carats, amid dainty curved overlapping rows and shoulders accented with tiny round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

The tapering plaques decorated with a curving calibré-cut sapphire and pavé-set diamond pattern, suspending a similarly-set pendant drop centering an old European-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, joined to a dainty backchain set throughout with tiny round diamond bezels, mounted in platinum and 18k white gold, length 15 3/8 inches CDN

$20,000–24,000

US

CDN

$14,600–17,520

1 6 9

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,314–1,606


369

370

371

369 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH/PENDANT

Fashioned as a wreath embellished by a ribbon bow, suspending a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 0.85 carat, and set throughout with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.35 carats, mounted in platinum CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

370 A LADY'S DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET WRISTWATCH

Manual movement, centering a marquise-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.35 carats, amid curved rows of baguette-cut and round diamonds, and marquise-cut diamond trios, opening to reveal a white dial with applied dot and dagger numerals, joined to a tapering bracelet entirely set with diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 6 1/2 inches

$2,190–2,920

CDN

$6,500–8,500

US

$4,745–6,205

371 AN UNMOUNTED TANZANITE

The cushion-shaped tanzanite measuring 15.45 mm by 13.59 mm by 10.03 mm and weighing 17.76 carats CDN

1 7 0

$5,000–7,000

US

$3,650–5,110


373

372

372 A DIAMOND RIVIÈRE NECKLACE

373 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND WHITE GOLD RING

Set in scalloped semi-bezels, the continuous series comprising 127 round diamonds weighing approximately 14.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 1/4 inches CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

The round diamond weighing approximately 1.65 carats, set high atop a graduated wirework ground, to a tapering matte finish shank, mounted in 14k white gold

$10,950–13,140

CDN

1 7 1

$7,000–9,000

US

$5,110–6,570


375

374

374 A PERIDO T, DIAMOND AND GOLD CUFF BRACELET, BY MARIO BUCCELLATI

375 A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS , BY BUCCELLATI

The very broad hinged cuff centering a cushionshaped peridot weighing approximately 80.00 carats, amid an elaborate pierced floral frame accented by pink sapphires, mounted in textured 18k gold, signed M. Buccellati, inner circumference 6 3/8 inches, with original box CDN

$50,000–60,000

US

The tops set with a pair of emerald-cut emeralds surrounded by a diamond-set floral motif, suspending tapering textured and pierced plaques further set with diamonds and pear-shaped emeralds, pendants removable, tops can be worn separately, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, signed Buccellati

$36,500–43,800

CDN

1 7 2

$32,000–38,000

US

$23,360–27,740



376 (side view)

377

376

376 A CITRINE, RUBY AND GOLD RING , BY BUCCELLATI

377 A CULTURED PEARL AND GOLD BRACELET, BY GIANMARIA BUCCELLATI

The tapering band centering a rectangular citrine weighing approximately 12.00 carats, amid a very high domed gallery decorated with a lacy and scalloped pierced foliate ground accented by round rubies, mounted in textured 18k pink and yellow gold, signed Buccellati, size 5 3/4 CDN

$16,000–18,000

US

The single strand comprising twenty-one cultured pearls measuring 6.0-6.3 mm, accented by fluted beads in textured 14k gold, signed Gianmaria Buccellati and numbered Y529, length 7 1/2 inches CDN

$11,680–13,140

1 7 4

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,095–1,314


378

379

378 A GOLD BEE CLIP BROOCH,

379 A RUBY AND GOLD BRACELET,

BY FEDERICO BUCCELLATI

BY MARIO BUCCELLATI

Modelled as a bee with textured 18k gold body, head, antennae and wings, signed F. Buccellati CDN

$1,200–1,500

US

The broad strap composed of rows of fluted floral motif plaques, each centering a ruby collet, mounted in textured 18k gold, signed M. Buccellati, length 7 1/4 inches

$876–1,095

CDN

1 7 5

$40,000–50,000

US

$29,200–36,500


381

382

381 A GEM-SET AND PLATINUM PENDANT BROOCH

The elaborate elongated brooch of jardinière motif, the carved emerald planter containing a blossoming bush decorated with carved and bead sapphire and ruby flowers, buds and leaves, suspending from a slender bar brooch and accented with round diamonds, mounted in platinum

380

CDN

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760

382 AN ANTIQUE LAPIS LAZULI, RUBY, ENAMEL AND GOLD MEMORIAL BROOCH

The circular form composed of small square plaques and bead finials, centering a round lapis lazuli cabochon amid beadwork granulation, further accented by dainty ruby cabochon and enamel stylised forget-me-not florets and trefoil motifs, glazed compartment on the reverse, mounted in satin finish 14k gold, late 19th century

380 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

The very broad band centering a large oval cabochon sapphire weighing approximately 37.00 carats, amid a fluted bezel, the shoulders accented by channels of princess-cut diamond trios, to a tapering shank, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$10,000–12,000

US

$7,300–8,760

CDN

1 7 6

$1,000–1,200

US

$730–876


383

383 A SAPPHIRE AND GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE

Set with a pear-shaped sapphire weighing 10.32 carats, amid a calibré-cut sapphire radiating surround, suspending from an articulated necklace decorated with square sapphires between polished curving links, pendant detachable, mounted in 18k gold, length 17 1/2 inches With report CDC1310309 dated 4 November 2013 from C. Dunaigre Consulting stating that this gemstone shows gemological properties consistent with those of sapphires from Sri Lanka (Ceylon). No indication of heating. Vivid Blue.

CDN

$32,000–36,000

US

$23,360–26,280

1 7 7


384 A LADY'S VERY FINE AND RARE ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND GOLD 'LE CIRQUE ANIMALIER DE CARTIER TIGRE' WRISTWATCH, REF. 3062K, LIMITED EDITION NO.48/50, BY CARTIER

Quartz movement, engine-turned dial within a glazed compartment featuring a yellow diamond and black enamel tiger with emerald eyes, the sculpted feline reposing gracefully atop the inner and outer pavé-set diamond bezels, joined to a black strap with diamond-set clasp, in 18k gold, with original box and certificate of origin, circa 2009 CDN

$50,000–80,000

US

$36,500–58,400

384

385

385 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Centering a pear-shaped light pink diamond weighing 0.75 carat, within a double frame of round pink diamonds and diamonds, to the diamond-set shoulders, mounted in 18k white, pink and yellow gold

With copy of report 6173695960 dated 28 June 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is light pink, natural colour, VS1 clarity CDN

1 7 8

$24,000–30,000

US

$17,520–21,900



387 386

388

386 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCH

The large rose blossom featuring an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 13.85 carats, amid curled pavé-set diamond petals, to a baguette-cut diamond stem with a leaf set with round diamonds, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$14,000–18,000

US

$10,220–13,140

387 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a round brownish-yellow diamond weighing 1.25 carats, amid an octagonal openwork frame and shoulders accented by tiny round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$2,800–3,400

US

$2,044–2,482

388 A DIAMOND RING AND BAND

Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing 1.10 carats, flanked on either side by a marquise-cut and a round diamond; accompanied by a diamond-set fitted band, in 18k white gold, (2) CDN

1 8 0

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,460–2,190


389

390

390 A DIAMOND RING

389 A PINK TOURMALINE, DIAMOND AND GOLD

Centering a round diamond weighing approximately 12.25 carats, amid an elaborate frame set with baguette-cut and round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold

BRACELET, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The florets composed of six oval pink tourmalines weighing approximately 46.00 carats, framed by round diamond petals, alternating with meandering diamond-set overlapping curved leaves, the diamonds altogether weighing approximatley 15.00 carats, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., inner circumference 6 1/2 inches CDN

$44,000–48,000

US

CDN

$32,120–35,040

1 8 1

$26,000–34,000

US

$18,980–24,820


392

391

391 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a radiant-cut fancy yellow diamond weighing 3.08 carats, framed by a border of round diamonds and a pair of epaulette-cut diamonds, to a slender diamondset band, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

392 A COLOURED DIAMOND NECKLACE

Designed as an articulated openwork bib, the mitre-shaped panel decorated with ninety-two variously-shaped yellow diamonds totalling 46.00 carats, the panel bordered by round diamonds weighing approximately 7.80 carats, extending to a lattice motif backchain composed of flattened beadwork, mounted in 14k white gold, length 16 1/2 inches

With report 2165497775 dated 12 August 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy yellow, natural colour, internally flawless

CDN

$40,000–50,000

US

$29,200–36,500

CDN

1 8 2

$100,000–120,000

US

$73,000–87,600


393 393

393

393 A SET OF DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELS

Including a wide multi-hinged bangle bracelet pavé-set entirely with round diamonds weighing approximately 23.00 carats, inner circumference 6 1/4 inches; an eternity ring en suite, similarly set with diamonds weighing approximately 3.80 carats, size 5 1/2; and a pair of ear clips set with diamonds weighing approximately 6.20 carats, mounted in 18k gold, French assay marks (3) CDN

$55,000–65,000

US

$40,150–47,450

1 8 3


394 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

The floral design centering a cushion-shaped fancy green diamond weighing 0.77 carat, amid a conforming frame of tiny pink diamonds, further surrounded by pear-shaped diamonds, to a slender band with diamond-set shoulders, mounted in 18k white, yellow and pink gold With report 1149940524 dated 23 April 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy green, natural colour, VS1 clarity

394

CDN

$45,000–50,000

US

$32,850–36,500

395 A FINE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING , BY TIFFANY & CO.

Set with an emerald-cut sapphire weighing 4.65 carats, amid a pair of old pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 2.50 carats, the gallery and shoulders decorated with round and old European-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed Tiffany & Co., circa 1920

With report 15090021 dated 8 September 2015 from the Gubelin Gem Lab stating that gemmological testing revealed characteristics consistent with those of sapphires originating from Burma (Myanmar). No indications of heating. This colour variety of sapphire may also be called 'royal blue' in the trade., CDN $120,000–150,000 US $87,600–109,500

395

396 A FINE RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Centering a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 3.58 carats, amid a pair of bullet-shaped diamonds and small round diamonds, mounted in platinum

With report CS 1072549 dated 6 January 2016 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that it is the opinion of the Laboratory that the origin would be classified as Mozambique. No gemological evidence of heat. Clarity enhancement: none.

396

CDN

1 8 4

$46,000–50,000

US

$33,580–36,500



397

399

398

397 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 6.35 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$60,000–80,000

US

399 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

The articulated petite pendant drop decorated with a pear-shaped fancy yellowish green diamond weighing 1.06 carats, amid a double frame of tiny round pink diamonds and diamonds, suspending from diamond-set twin openwork crossover bands, further accented by a pear-shaped yellow diamond and a duo of pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

$43,800–58,400

398 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 3.93 carats, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond, mounted in platinum CDN

$30,000–40,000

US

$21,900–29,200

With report 2165114838 dated 6 June 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy yellowish green, natural colour, SI1 clarity

1 8 6


400

400 A DIAMOND RING , BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

Set with a marquise-cut diamond weighing 6.47 carats, between shoulders decorated with round and marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed VC&A and partial numbers With report 10643498 dated 29 June 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is D colour, VS1 clarity

CDN

$250,000–300,000

US

$182,500–219,000

1 8 7


402

401

401 A RARE COLOURED DIAMOND CONVERTIBLE PENDANT/RING

402 A COLOURED DIAMOND CONVERTIBLE PENDANT/RING

The floral plaque centering a cushion-shaped fancy intense green diamond weighing 1.33 carats, framed by round diamonds, further surrounded by pear-shaped and tiny round diamonds weighing approximately 2.60 carats, plaque removable to wear as a pendant, mounted in 18k pink gold

The elaborate plaque set with a pear-shaped fancy pinkish purple diamond weighing 1.21 carats, framed by tiny pink diamonds, further surrounded by round and pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 3.95 carats, plaque removable to wear as a pendant, mounted in 18k white gold

With report 6175967345 dated 25 September 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy intense green, natural colour, SI2 clarity

CDN

$130,000–160,000

US

With report 5151940999 dated 6 April 2016 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy pinkish purple, natural colour, SI2 clarity

$94,900–116,800

CDN

1 8 8

$80,000–100,000

US

$58,400–73,000



403

403 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 10.20 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$70,000–90,000

US

$51,100–65,700

1 9 0


404

404 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

Set with a pair of round diamonds weighing 13.58 carats and 13.63 carats, framed by a row of small round diamonds and a diamond-set floral motif, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

$190,000–220,000

US

$138,700–160,600

END OF SALE 1 9 1


INDEX OF MAKERS Angela Cummings Angela Cummings, Tiffany & Co. Audemars Piguet Birks Boucheron Buccellati Bulgari Carlo Giuliano Carlo and Arthur Giuliano Cartier

Castellani Chaumet Chopard Dior Drayson Elsa Peretti, Tiffany & Co. Federico Buccellati Fochtmann Fred Friedrich Georg Jensen Gianmaria Buccellati Giorgio Visconti Ilias Lalaounis Jaeger-LeCoultre Kutchinsky Lackritz A. Leschot Louis Vuitton Marcus and Co. Marina B. Mario Buccellati Marsh & Co. Mauboussin Mellerio Movado Omega Oscar Heyman & Brothers Paloma Picasso, Tiffany & Co. Patek Philippe

235 166 48, 50, 116 114, 157, 236 58, 59 250, 375, 376 99, 161, 226, 229, 240 324, 325 322, 323 6, 25, 47, 49, 51, 131, 152, 153, 177, 196, 197, 222, 224, 247, 256, 257, 331, 384 326, 327 3, 140 255 258 362 16 378 212, 213 126, 132 301 1 377 63 238 217 155, 243 98 165 7 151 123, 169 374, 379 180 92 110 295 160 348 17, 231 121, 127, 128, 130, 170, 225

1 9 2

Piaget Rolex Schlumberger, Tiffany & Co.233 Tiffany & Co. Van Cleef & Arpels Walton & Co.

10, 129, 158, 246 46, 171, 223

5, 13, 15, 44, 88, 120, 167, 234, 252, 270, 358, 389, 395 181, 332, 333, 400 189


INDEX OF COLOURLESS DIAMONDS COLOUR

D

CLARITY

1.67

315

briolette

VS1

G

briolette

IF

F

G

LOT

marquise

VVS2

I

CARAT

VS1

D D

CUT

VVS1 VVS2 SI1

6.47

2.03

400

315

emerald-cut

2.21

200

heart

1.01

239

CUT

CARAT

LOT

round

3.52

339

0.77

394

1.51

154

pear

3.02

round

0.74

268 61

INDEX OF COLOURED DIAMONDS COLOUR

fancy intense green

CLARITY SI2

cushion

fancy intense yellow

VS2

fancy green

VS1

cushion

fancy yellow

-

old mine

SI2

pear

fancy deep brown-yellow fancy yellow fancy greenish yellow fancy pinkish purple

fancy yellowish green fancy purplish pink

I1

IF -

SI1

pear

radiant

1.33 1.00

3.08

401 22

391

round

0.54

337

pear

1.06

399

1.21

-

rectangular

light pink

VS1

pear

0.75

385

faint pink

VS1

pear

0.31

187

fancy purple-pink faint pink

-

VS1

oval

pear

1 9 3

0.75

402

0.74

0.34

340

290

187


BIOGRAPHIES ANGELA CUMMINGS Angela Cummings was born in Austria and raised in the United States. She received her formal design, gem and jewellery training in Italy and Germany before returning to the USA and joining the prestigious design team at Tiffany & Co in 1968. By 1975,Tiffany was offering jewels under the Angela Cummings design name. Angela Cummings joyful designs incorporated bold forms and bright colours with unexpected combinations of materials. In 1984, Cummings formed her own company and her design line has been offered through Bergdorf Goodman and other prestige retailers.

AUDEMARS PIGUET In 1875 Jules Louis audemars, with edward auguste Piguet, joined together to combine their skills and knowledge to produce precise and complex timepieces. audemars Piguet remains in the hands of the founding families. This has led to brave innova- tion and many timekeeping firsts, including the first minute repeater wristwatch, the first skeletonized pocket watch, the first self winding grand complication watch, and the first watch featuring a carbon case and movement.

BIRKS Canada's premier jewellery retailer was founded in 1879, in Montreal, Canada, by Henry Birks. Birks quickly became the prime destination for discerning jewellery connoisseurs. The 20th century saw prominent jewellers Ellis Brothers and Ryrie incorporated with the Birks name. By the late twentieth century, Canadian diamonds had become a central part of the Birks engagement ring business. Birks continues to be a leader in the Canadian jewellery industry, and the name Maison Birks was unveiled in 2013.

BOUCHERON Frédéric Boucheron wished to be the watchmaker of “Joyful Hours” and, through this vision, created watches that celebrate life’s special moments. Established in 1866, the Maison quickly developed a reputation for timepieces and joyful jewels featuring animals, and textile-like treatment of precious metals. 1900 At the Universal Exhibition in Paris, The Maison Boucheron received the gold medal and was established as one of the forerunners of the Art Nouveau movement. Among the illustrious clients of Boucheron: Ava Gardner, Joan Crawford, who acquired a jewelry set made of aquamarine stones and diamonds, later purchased by Andy Warhol. Sarah Bernhardt repeatedly ordered replicas of her pets, set onto rings and necklaces. Edith Piaf was a regular client for watches. In 1921, the Maison Boucheron created an exceptional diadem that became one of the British Queen Mother’s favorites. Madeleine Astor was a faithful client of Frédéric Boucheron’s. As a passenger on the Titanic, Mrs. Astor survived the sinking, her husband having gallantly given his place on the lifeboat to a woman. All of her magnificent collection of jewels disappeared in the ocean that night, except for a sapphire and diamond ring, which Mrs. Astor was wearing. She wore it always after that, in remembrance of her valiant husband.

BUCCELLATI Started in 1919 Mario Buccellati the house is known for intricate detail and unique textures and finishes in their jewels. The House of Buccellati has long been recognized as an important place in the lexicon of jewellery. Buccellati has produced jewels for many royal houses and film stars. As the house expanded, shops were opened in Rome and Florence, New York and West Palm Beach. 1 9 4

After Mario died in 1965, sons Gianmaria & Luca set out to expand the house on an international scale, with shops in Hong Kong, Japan, Monte Carlo, Paris, Sardinia, Milan, Venice, Capri, Elba, New York, Beverly Hills, providing closer access to devoted clients. At the same time, two of Mario’s other sons, Federico, and Lorenzo embarked on their own jewellery endeavours. With all branches now reunited into a single company, Buccellati continues today to produce their unique jewels in small workshops with artisans of many generations association with the House.

BULGARI Descending from an ancient family of Greek silversmiths, Sotirio Bulgari founded the company in 1881, manufacturing precious silver objects. During the late 19th century, Sotirio moved to Italy and in 1884 opened his first shop in Rome. In 1905, with the help of his sons Costantino and Giorgio, he inaugurated the shop in Via Condotti, which remains Bulgari’s flagship store. In the early 20th century the two brothers developed a deep interest and expertise in precious stones, jewels and watches. The period immediately after the Second World War marked an important turning point in the history of Bulgari. Giorgio and Costantino decided to create a unique style inspired by Greco-Roman classicism, the Italian Renaissance, and the 19th century Roman school. By the 1950’s-60’s, the bold and innovative style of Bulgari had gained success within the jet set and movie world, and they focused on jewels with precious gems. In 1977 Bulgari launched the BVLGARI watch, a worldwide success story. The watch component of Bulgari has become a very important part of the business since then.


CARLO GIULIANO Jewels by Giuliano are among the most highly desired in the world of antiques. A protégé of Alessandro Castellani, Carlo Giuliano travelled from Italy to London, and after establishing the London branch for Castellani, he opened his own atelier in Britain. Giuliano brought his own unique focus to jewellery of the late 19th Century. Experimentation with enamel gained Giuliano a global reputation for the delicacy of his work. The use of black and white enamel in combination was a trademark style. The use of simple gems to accentuate the design of a jewel was common. Giuliano, like Castellani, experimented with ancient motifs and designs from antiquity. Giuliano focused on inspiration from the Renaissance, producing delicate jewels with fine details that were often as beautiful on the back as on the front. Carlo’s sons, Carlo and Arthur, continued, until 1914, with the tradition of designing highly desired jewels inspired by antiquity and the Renaissance.

CARTIER Louis-François Cartier founded Cartier, in Paris, in 1847. He had three grandsons, Louis, Pierre and Jacques, who were responsible for establishing the famous world-wide empire. The next fifty years saw many milestones: Royal clientele from England, Siam (now Thailand), Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, and Monaco. Cartier, in 1906, first introduced jewellery in the geometric style that was later to become known as Art Deco. Among the exceptional jewels and gems sold by Cartier was the famous blue diamond "The Hope", now in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian, in Washington. Car tier moved to their current location at 653 Fifth Avenue, New York in 1917. The Morton F. Plant mansion was exchanged for a two strand natural oriental pearl

necklace for Mrs. Plant, and $100 for Mr. Plant. The name Cartier continues to evoke the image of luxury like no other.

CASTELLANI One of the most important names in jewellery, Castellani jewels are eagerly sought by collectors around the world. Fortunato Pio Castellani (1793-1865), and his sons, Alessandro, and Augusto, were based in Rome in the 19th century. The house of Castellani used inspiration from ancient Etruscan, Roman, and Egyptian sources to bring vitality to modern jewels. Amphorae, ancient wine jug shapes, symbols from Classical history, and mystical animal forms featured extensively in Castellani jewels. Castellani rediscovered ancient metalworking techniques, and used the methods in unique and intricate jewels offered to 19th Century collectors. The house produced jewels of enduring beauty that remain a high priority for collectors around the world.

CHAUMET The history of Chaumet dates back to 1780 and is closely interwoven with the history of France. The wedding of Napoleon and Josephine, and later with the Archduchess Marie-Louise de Habsburg-Lorraine, niece of Queen Marie-Antoinette, brought Chaumet numerous sumptuous orders. Chaumet became the most famous jeweller in Europe and built up a prestigious clientele. Inspired by the enchantment of nature, Joseph Chaumet established himself as the absolute Master of the Belle Epoque. With his elegant creations, he attracted royals and aristocrats. Aigrettes and tiaras became a very important part of the firm’s designs. Chaumet has produced more than 1,500 different models of tiaras. Chaumet created simplified designs contained within rigid geometric outlines of 1 9 5

the Art Deco period in the 1920’s and 30’s. Responding to the continuous social, economic and artistic changes, Chaumet has maintained its legendary reputation. Design is determined by the good taste of the contemporary Parisienne, always in search of something new, different and sumptuous.

CHOPARD In 1860, in the Swiss village of Sonvilier, Louis-Ulysse Chopard, a talented timepiece craftsman, established his workshop. His watches were quickly recognized for their quality, and were quickly in demand throughout Europe. Chopard has developed into a brand known for both its fine timepieces, and its joyful jewels, with styles such as Happy Diamonds, and watches that are as reliable as they are a pleasure to wear.

DIOR Christian Dior started his eponymous fashion house in 1946, and presented his first collection in 1947. The “New Look” changed the fashion world forever. Dior was superstitious about numbers and the elegant simplicity of the timepiece is a perfect combination of the fashion sense of Dior and his fascination with numbers.

DRAYSON Cecil Drayson established a custom jewellery atelier in London, England in the 1930s, using the name “Drayson’s”. Drayson’s Art Deco jewels of the 1930s are recognized for their fine quality and elegance of design. The company developed a loyal following over the next three decades until its dissolution in the 1960s. Due to the short tenure of Drayson’s as a premier jeweller, their jewels are rare, and collectors are eager for them when they become available.


FOCHTMANN Werner Fochtmann is a goldsmith in Munich, Germany, and comes from a remarkable six generations of goldsmiths. In 1981, he opened his own workshop, and focused on jewels of intricate detail with close attention to geometry and finish. Inspired by nature and colour, Fochtmann has derived inspiration from designs through history and from around the world. The use of colour in Fochtmann jewels shows creativity and produces striking results that are timeless and classic. Fochtmann’s zodiac sign is Aries (the ram). His trademark is an image of a ram’s head.

FRED Fred Samuel, at the age of 28, established his first jewellery store in Paris at 6 rue Royale, in 1936, The son of a jeweller, he was an inventive promoter, and through his charm and connections, was always able to remain in the spotlight in Paris society. With a strong international reputation, and charm and simplicity, Fred jewels continue to captivate the sophisticated jewellery buyer. His guiding principles was “Boldness and discipline”. Fred is a brand known around the world, with locations in all the capitals of fashion.

FRIEDRICH Friedrich, based in Frankfurt, Germany, was established by Karl Friedrich in 1947. Winner of numerous awards, including Diamonds International, Friedrich is noted for remarkably precise detail in jewels, and for use of colour in gems. Friedrich jewels often use coloured gems that are integral to the classic and timeless designs. The use of colour in jewels reflects an understanding that gemstones are central to style and fashion in the modern wardrobe.

GEORG JENSEN Georg Jensen set out, in 1904 to create designs that possessed both functionality and beauty, the essence of the Arts and Crafts movement. Georg Jensen's style embraced the Art Nouveau with a modern sensibility and a Danish flair. Nature, tamed into flowing forms and embellished with geometry, is a constant theme in Jensen designs. Jensen has featured collaborations with some of the most important names in design, and these designers each bring their presence to the essence of Jensen. ILIAS LALAOUNIS Ilias Lalaounis comes from a family of goldsmiths and watchmakers; he joined the family business, Zolotas, in 1940, but by the 1960’s Ilias was most interested in exploring themes inspired by ancient Greek civilization, and by 1969, had established an independent company to focus on his interests. He had great success with themes from antiquity, and this inspired others to explore ancient culture through jewellery design. Ilias Lalaounis’ four daughters, Katerini, Demetra, Maria and Ioanna direct jewellery production and international sales. They also operate a Lalaounis museum.

JAEGER-LECOULTRE In 1847, Antoine LeCoultre created a revolutionary system that did away with the need for keys to rewind and set watches. Since that time, the company has produced many innovations to make timekeeping simpler, more convenient, more accurate, or to accommodate the specific requirements of clients. Producing complicated watches, and even more sophisticated chiming repeater watches, the brand is known for ultra thin movements, and accurate measurement. One of the most famous watches is the unusual Reverso, originally designed for English Polo players who wanted to easily reverse the watch to protect the dial from damage. While it’s an attractive and highly desired model, this is a minor innovation compared to 1 9 6

some of the sophistication that JaegerleCoultre produces.

KUTCHINSKY Kutchinksy was established in the 1890s when Joseph Kutchinsky's grandfather fled Poland, bringing his family to England, where he set up a jewellery manufacturing company in the East End of London. The extensive use of texture in jewels picking up light and shadow was particularly notable in Kutchinsky jewels. Natural forms such as amusing creatures have been a benchmark of Kutchinsky. Loyal clients would build up a whole wardrobe of Kutchinsky jewels, and these jewels are still strongly in demand to this day. LOUIS VUITTON At the age of sixteen, Louis Vuitton decided to become a trunk maker. Luggage remains a mainstay of the company since its inception in 1859. No longer focused on hard sided luggage, travel is different, and Louis Vuitton has kept up with fashion, producing items that are the essence of luxury, beautifully made, and of the finest materials. Jewels bearing the Vuitton logo or name go back to the origins of the brand, with the iconic logo, or the form of small cases in precious metal and gems.

MARINA B. Marina B. established her first showroom in 1978. Expanding from her Geneva location, her brand has expanded to London, New York, Milan and Tokyo. With the combinations of bright colours, mixed metals, and freeform and geometric shapes, Marina B brings a woman’s perspective to jewels that have an enduring appeal to women. Often featured in the fashion press, Marina B’s jewels have adorned international stars from Elizabeth Taylor to Julia Roberts.


MARSH & CO. Marsh & Co was established in California in the 19th Century, and was renowned for offering fine art from Asia to the American market. In the 1930’s Marsh added custom designed jewels to their offerings. The Marsh & Co jewels were inspired by Art Deco, and were unique in their use of matte texture blackened steel, combined with precious metal and gems. These jewels are highly identifiable because of the high contrast of black and white often with the addition of pearls.

MAUBOUSSIN Established in 1827, Mauboussin found increased notoriety among discerning buyers, and experts alike, winning a medal at the Exposition Universelles in Paris, 1878. In 1925, at the Exposition des Arts Decoratifs, the jury awarded the house the grand prize for their innovative Art Deco designs. Still at the cutting edge of design, Mauboussin has an international presence in Paris, Tokyo, and New York, among other locations, each of which is a work of art itself, displaying the works of the jeweller's art within.

MELLERIO A family owned jewellery house established in 1613, Laurent Mellerio is the 14th generation of Mellerio in the jewellery business. Having provided jewels to royalty for generations, Mellerio designers have produced unique jewels to suit the needs and taste of clients, both from the Paris base, and in its stores in Japan, Qatar, Luxembourg, and Hong Kong. The atelier made tiaras for the Queen of Spain in 1867, and of Italy in 1868. The tiaras, and many other jewels designed by Mellerio feature a stylized rose, a trademark of the company. MOVADO Movado is a name derived from the international Esperanto language, meaning “always in motion”, and was given to this watch company in 1905. Known for

innovation in design, Movado’s most famous watch, now known as the “Movado Museum watch”, featuring a simple dial with a gold dot at 12:00, was introduced in 1947. This classic design is timeless and is as current today as it was in the first half of the 20th Century.

OMEGA Louis Brandt started his business in 1848, the genesis of what would become OMEGA as we now know it. Some models have been to the moon and back with Apollo astronauts, as well as on the wrists of kings, queens, presidents, explorers and visionaries. Famous for the six lunar landings, the first diver’s watch and the world’s only certified marine chronometer wristwatch, the company holds many records for accuracy. OMEGA has been on the wrist of James Bond (007) in every film in the franchise since 1995. In the upcoming winter Games OMEGA will serve as Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games for the 26th time.

OSCAR HEYMAN & BROTHERS Oscar Heyman’s founding brothers trained in the rigorous workshops of Fabergé before leaving Eastern Europe for New York in 1906. At the company’s inception in 1912, there were three brothers, Nathan, Oscar and Harry, who brought with them not only their rarified skills, but an abiding passion for gemstones and an old world approach to gracious customer service. The company has produced jewels for several prestigious jewellery firms, including Marcus & Co., Shreve & Co., and Cartier. Their pieces are often not signed. The Heyman family has run the company for three generations, with each generation imparting centuries-old skills and technical know-how to the next. Today, members of the second and third generation work side by side with dedicated and skilled employees who continue to create jewelry of the highest standards for connoisseurs of the twenty-first century. 1 9 7

PATEK PHILIPPE On May 1st, 1839 businessman Antoni Patek and watchmaker François Czapek joined forces to found “Patek, Czapek & Cie” in Geneva. In 1844, Patek met the French watchmaker, Jean-Adrien Philippe in Paris where the latter presented his pioneering stem winding and setting system by the crown. When Czapek decided to leave, the company name changed to “Patek & Cie”. Later, in 1851 when Adrien Philippe officially became associated with the company, it was renamed “Patek Philippe & Cie”, before changing once more in 1901 to “Ancienne Manufacture d’Horlogerie Patek Philippe & Cie, S.A.”. In 1932, the company was purchased by two brothers, Charles and Jean Stern, owners of a fine dial factory in Geneva. Since then, “Patek Philippe S.A.” remains a family owned firm. Patek Philippe is one of the most highly respected names in timepieces, and continues to produce extraordinary and complicated watches, desired by collectors around the world. PIAGET In 1874, in La Côte-aux-Fées, a small Swiss village Georges Édouard Piaget started his first workshop on the family farm and devoted himself to making high-precision movements that he soon began supplying to the most prestigious brands. In 1943, the company made a decision that from then on, the movement factory from La Côte-aux-Fées produced watches signed by and sold under its own name. In 1957, Piaget began to design and build the ultra-thin movements, and by 1960, Piaget launched the world’s thinnest selfwinding movement. It measured just 2.3 mm thick. In 1979, they launched the Piaget Polo watch. Avant-garde, yet classic enough never to go out of style, it quickly became an icon that was adopted by the international jet set. Piaget fuses technique and design now more than ever in jewellery and watchmaking.


ROLEX In 1905, at the age of 24, Hans Wilsdorf founded a company in London specializing in the distribution of timepieces. Wristwatches were not very precise at the time, but Hans Wilsdorf foresaw that they could become not only elegant, but also reliable. To convince the public of the reliability of his timepieces, he equipped each watch with small, very precise movements manufactured by a Swiss watchmaking company in Bienne. Rolex first concentrated on the quality of the movements. The relentless quest for chronometric precision rapidly led to success. In 1910, a Rolex watch was the first wristwatch in the world to receive the Swiss Certificate of Chronometric Precision, granted by the Official Watch Rating Centre in Bienne. Four years later, in 1914, Kew Observatory in Great Britain awarded a Rolex wristwatch a class “A” precision certificate, a distinction that until that point in time had been reserved exclusively for marine chronometers. From that date forward, the Rolex wristwatch was synonymous with precision. Rolex moved to Geneva, a city renowned internationally for watchmaking. Montres Rolex S.A. was registered in Geneva in 1920. Since that time, Rolex has become one of the most widely recognized watches in the world.

TIFFANY & CO. Founded in New York in 1837 Tiffany remains an icon to jewellery consumers around the world. Known for innovation and high standards, Tiffany had adopted the silver standard of “925”, and 95% standard for platinum, both later adopted as USA standards. In 1886 Tiffany introduced its iconic Tiffany setting providing a light and open setting to best display a diamond. Constantly working to bring the latest in design innovations to its offerings, Tiffany regularly brings designers to its clients; in 1956, Jean Schlumberger joined and in the famous annual “Blue Book” of 197475, Elsa Peretti was introduced. Paloma Picasso was first featured in 1980 and architect Frank Gehry has designed many current offerings. Drawing on the natural world, the company was early on recognized as a master of Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts movement. Through the decades it has remained at the forefront of design, noted for the use of exceptional materials and unwavering standards.

VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Van Cleef & Arpels has always been inspired by the unique creative energy of love, for it was love which brought the Maison into being. Towards the end of the 19th century, a young girl named Estelle Arpels – the daughter of a dealer in precio--us stones – met a boy named Alfred Van Cleef, the son of a stone-cutter. This led them to founding the Maison of Van Cleef & Arpels. In 1906, Alfred set up in business with Estelle’s brother Charles, a talented salesman who managed their new boutique in Paris’ Place Vendôme. Two years later, Estelle’s brother Julien joined the firm; a third brother, Louis, joined them in 1912. Over the years that followed, the name Van Cleef & Arpels became synonymous with the most exquisite jewellery in the world. With that achievement, the love, which first brought Estelle and Alfred together, lives on to this day through the many enchanting love stories of the Maison. Van Cleef & Arpels remains one of the most desired names in jewellery, noted for many innovations in design, manufacturing and gem setting techniques which changed the jewellery landscape and the way we think of jewellery. *Amongst the information provided in these biographical data are details from the official web sites of the named companies, houses, and designers.

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