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Jewels THE FALL SALE

TORONTO 24 NOVEMBER 2013


Jewels FALL 2013 SALE

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AUCTION

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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 acknowledge that you are bound by the terms and conditions outlined below.

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CONDITION REPORTS

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Dupuis catalogue descriptions do not make

25% up to and including $50,000 and 20% on

inspection of lots. Our jewellery specialists

reference to condition or quality of lots. As a

the amount in excess of $50,000. The total

and helpful staff are on hand to assist

service to our clients, we are pleased to

purchase price is the aggregate of the bid

prospective buyers. For your convenience,

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price plus the buyer’s premium.

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reports reflect our opinion only, to the best of

In advance of the exhibition, our specialists

our knowledge, and may not necessarily be

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complete. For more information on specific

Unless exempted by law, the buyer is

and quality of each lot. However, it is the

lots, please contact our jewellery specialists.

required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)

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ESTIMATES

buyer’s premium.

and rely on their own judgment or that of

The estimate below each description is the

independent advisers.

opinion of our jewellery specialists. Where

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 or condition of items offered. LIMITED WARRANTY

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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

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

prospective buyers to assess the condition.

relied upon as representations or predictions

Virtually all watches have been repaired in the

of actual selling prices.

normal course of wearing and may contain replacement parts. Watch cases and bracelets

REGISTRATION

may contain after-market diamonds. All

All bidders are required to pre-register.

watches are sold “AS IS”.

Registrants attending the auction will be

DIAMONDS AND COLOURED STONES

purposes. Registrants are responsible for

provided with a numbered paddle for bidding Prospective

that

payment of purchases resulting from all

coloured gemstones and diamonds may be

buyers

are

advised

successful bids acknowledged to their paddle

enhanced by a variety of means to improve

number. Transfer of purchases to another

their clarity or colour. Certain treatments

person or paddle is not permitted. Lost

are common practices within the jewellery

paddles must be reported immediately.

industry. For example, heating of coloured gemstones is an accepted method of

ABSENTEE BIDDING

enhancement and is generally considered to

If you are unable to attend the auction but

be permanent under stable circumstances.

wish to bid by proxy, please use the form at

Methods of enhancement that may be used

the back of the catalogue. If you have not

on various gemstones include: dyeing, laser

purchased in our auctions within the past

drilling, irradiating, bleaching, oiling, filling,

year, please supply references.

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.

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

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PICKUP OF JEWELLERY

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Bidding is in Canadian Dollars. However, as a

The schedule for clearance of purchases at

will not be held responsible for errors or fail-

convenience to international bidders, Dupuis

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ures in executing such bids.

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Monday 25 November 2013.

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exchange rate of their respective currencies.

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PAYMENT

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Purchases are due and payable in full within

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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

of the rights of the consignor against the purchaser, may resell the lot(s). In such case the original purchaser will be held responsible to Dupuis and the consignor for any deficiency in

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

hour and the standard bidding increments are

packaged; however, Dupuis is not responsible for any loss or damage, once it has been shipped.

It is the responsibility of prospective buyers BANK TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS

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2601 Granville Street Vancouver, BC Canada V6H 3H2

as follows:

nation. All items for shipment are carefully

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overdue payment fees.

subject to a reserve. Lots are sold at an average pace of 90 lots per

insured shipments vary depending on desti-

price, collection costs, storage fees and the

successful your paddle number will be acknowledged and recorded by the auctioneer.

instructions you provide. The costs for

Payments in other currencies are subject to the exchange rate provided by Dupuis, upon request, on date of payment.

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Payment may be made by certified cheque, money order or bank draft. Personal or company cheques may be accepted at Dupuis’ sole discretion. Until approved, purchases may not be removed from Dupuis premises before

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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; rubies and jadeite of Burmese (Myanmar) origin being imported into the U.S. In accordance with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) there is no duty on jewels that have been manufactured in North America when shipped to U.S. or Mexico.


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A SET OF DIAMOND AND GOLD BOW JEWELS , BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

Including a necklace centering a petite ribbon bow pavé-set with round diamonds, joined to a trace linking chain, length 15 1/2 ins, signed VCA and numbered 83 B4342 A104; and a ring en suite, signed VCA and numbered 89 B5645 A63, each in 18k gold and with French assay marks (2) CDN

$2,600–2,800

US

$2,470–2,660 3

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A DIAMOND AND GOLD LION BROOCH,

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EARRINGS ,

BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

BY CARTIER

From the whimsical “Lion Ebouriffé” collection, sculpted

The pair of petite hoops decorated with round diamonds

as a tousle haired lion decorated with diamonds, emeralds

and fluted details, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier and

and black enamel, mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and

numbered AB2780

numbered BL 142152, French assay marks

CDN

$1,800–2,000

US

$1,710–1,900

CDN

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$3,000–3,400

US

$2,850–3,230


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A DIAMOND AND GOLD CRUCIFORM PENDANT, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

The highly textured 18k gold cruciform decorated with pavé-set round diamonds, signed VCA and numbered B1111A2, French assay mark CDN

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$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS ,

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A TRICOLOURED GOLD PANTHER BANGLE BRACELET, BY CARTIER

BY CARTIER

Each paisley motif with bombé central ground and trim

The spring-mounted coiled hoop of crossover design

decorated with round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold,

with panther’s head terminals, in 18k yellow, white and

signed Cartier and numbered 600085, French assay marks,

pink gold, interior circumference 6 1/2 ins, signed Cartier

with Cartier certificate, circa 1990

and numbered 705608, with original box

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

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$3,000–3,600

US

$2,850–3,420


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A GREEN CHALCEDONY, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL BIRD BROOCH, BY CARTIER

The petite green chalcedony bird with pavé-set diamond 7

A GOLD NECKLACE, BY CARTIER

wing, polished tail feathers and beak, and ruby eye, reposing

The highly flexible design fashioned with 18k gold tube

on a black enamelled branch, mounted in 18k gold, signed

linking, length 15 3/4 ins, signed Cartier

Cartier and numbered R06018, French assay marks

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

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$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850


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A DIAMOND AND GOLD PENDANT, BY CHAUMET

The stylised octagonal stepped wirework frame centering a round diamond, topped by a row of smaller round diamonds, to a fluted double bail, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Chaumet and numbered 100697, French assay marks CDN

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$800–900

US

$760–855

A PAIR OF PANTHER LAPEL/TIE PINS , 11

BY CARTIER

A GOLD BANGLE BRACELET, BY BULGARI

Designed as panthers with tiny emerald eyes and onyx

The oval penannular hoop of ropetwist design with

noses, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier and numbered

knob terminals, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference

657717 and 650230, French assay marks (2)

6 1/4 ins, signed Bulgari

CDN

$3,600–4,000

US

$3,420–3,800

CDN

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$700–900

US

$665–855


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TWO SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD RINGS , BY OSCAR HEYMAN

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A MULTI-GEM ‘HAPPY DIAMONDS’ CLOWN

One of demi-barrel design with a curved panel of square

PENDANT, BY CHOPARD

sapphires amid twin round diamond rows, maker’s mark

Designed as a clown with articulated limbs, sapphire

for Oscar Heyman and numbered 36131, size 6 3/4; and

eyes, ruby-set hat and diamond bow-tie, the glazed belly

one of stepped row design decorated with an attenuated

compartment containing five floating diamond, emerald,

calibré-cut sapphire channel, between scalloped diamond

sapphire and ruby bezels, mounted in 18k gold,

borders, maker’s mark for Oscar Heyman and numbered

signed Chopard

27587, size 5 3/4, both in 18k gold

CDN

$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425

CDN

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$4,600–5,000

US

$4,370–4,750


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A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY BOUCHERON

The slightly curving design with pavé-set diamond and fluted details, mounted in 18k gold, signed Boucheron and numbered P36333 CDN

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$2,000–2,400

US

$1,900–2,280

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A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a radiant-cut fancy intense yellow diamond

A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD

weighing 1.01 carats, flanked by a pair of tapered

NECKLACE, BY CARTIER

baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

The shield-shaped plaque centering an oval cabochon sapphire accented by round diamonds, joined to a stylised

With report 1152215712 dated 23 January 2013 from the

wheat linking necklet, mounted in 18k gold, length 15 1/4 ins,

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

signed Cartier and numbered 00633

fancy intense yellow, natural colour

CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750

CDN

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$6,000–7,000

US

$5,700–6,650


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A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY SUSAN CLARK

The textured flowerheads of quilted design inset with small round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, maker’s mark for Susan Clark, with original box 17

CDN

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a square modified brilliant yellow diamond weighing 0.96 carat, to a diamond-set frame and shoulders,

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$700–900

US

$665–855

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCH, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

mounted in 18k white gold

The petite flower centering a cabochon sapphire amid

With report 5141897737 dated 27 August 2012 from the

pavé-set diamond petals, to a polished curved stem and

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

leaves, mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and numbered

light to fancy light yellow, natural colour

1206, French assay marks

CDN

$3,600–4,600

US

$3,420–4,370

CDN

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$2,000–2,400

US

$1,900–2,280


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A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING ,

A LAPIS LAZULI, DIAMOND AND GOLD

BY GARRARD

FLORAL NECKLACE, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

The Toi et Moi design of crossover motif set with a pair of

The omega linking necklace extending crossover ribbon ties

oval sapphires together weighing approximately 2.35 carats, to

embellished to the fore by a diamond and lapis lazuli flower

curving shoulders of pavé-set diamonds totalling approximately

blossom, mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and numbered

1.65 carats, mounted in 18k gold, signed G & Co., with English

C93 B646, French assay marks, length 16 1/4 ins

hallmarks for London circa 1993

CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750

CDN

1 3

$1,600–2,000

US

$1,520–1,900


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SIX DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD CHARMS , BY CARTIER

Including a star, a cruciform, a Cartier Double C logo, a horseshoe, a number eight and a shield-shape, all set with diamonds and mounted in 18k white gold, each with Cartier signature and numbered CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

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A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Bezel-set with a pear-shaped fancy intense purple-pink diamond weighing 0.50 carat, the shoulders and conforming frame pavé-set with round diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 13688427 dated 21 October 2004 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy intense purple-pink, natural colour CDN

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$13,000–15,000

US

$12,350–14,250

A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL, EMERALD AND WHITE GOLD DOLPHIN EAR CLIPS ,

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A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM LINE BRACELET

BY CARTIER

The slightly tapering design bezel-set with deep cylindrical

Each designed as a whimsical dolphin with an emerald eye,

linking, with forty-three graduated round diamonds

playfully surfing atop a cultured pearl bubble, mounted in

altogether weighing approximately 6.00 carats, mounted

18k white gold, signed Cartier and numbered HPS 03052,

in platinum, length 7 ins

French assay marks

CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

CDN

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$2,200–2,600

US

$2,090–2,470


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A STAINLESS STEEL ‘SANTOS’ WRISTWATCH,

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A GENTLEMAN’S TITANIUM ‘INGENIEUR

BY CARTIER

MERCEDES-AMG’ WRISTWATCH, BY IWC

The square burgundy dial with date aperture, cabochon-set

The tonneau case with black dial, luminescent Arabic

crown, sweep seconds, automatic movement, completed by

numerals and hands, sweep seconds, date aperture,

a Cartier bracelet with déployant clasp, in stainless steel,

automatic movement, déployant clasp, in titanium,

inner circumference 7 1/4 ins, with original box

inner circumference 7 1/2 ins

CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

$950–1,140

CDN

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$3,000–3,500

US

$2,850–3,325


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A GENTLEMAN’S WHITE GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY ETERNA

The Eterna-Matic 3000 model with circular case, textured dial, line numerals, date aperture, automatic movement,

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joined to a textured tapering bracelet, in 18k white gold, length 7 1/2 ins, with original box, circa 1970 CDN

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$2,500–3,500

US

$2,375–3,325

A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD ‘OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST’

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WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

A LADY’S STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD ‘SANTOS’ WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

The white dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals, sweep

The white dial with Roman numerals, sweep seconds,

seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement,

sapphire-set crown, automatic movement, joined to a

joined to a Rolex Jubilee bracelet with déployant clasp,

Cartier bracelet with déployant clasp, in stainless steel

in stainless steel and 18k gold, inner circumference 7 ins,

and 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins, plus one

with original box and certificate, circa 1997

extra link, with original box and papers

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

CDN

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$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


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A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval yellow sapphire weighing approximately 4.05 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 1.60 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

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$4,000–4,600

US

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A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ‘LEGACY’ RING AND BAND, BY TIFFANY & CO.

$3,800–4,370

Set with a cushion-shaped diamond weighing 1.60 carats, within a frame of round diamonds, to the diamond-set

A PAIR OF TRICOLOURED GOLD EAR

gallery and shoulders; together with a simple band

PENDANTS , BY CARTIER

(not illustrated), mounted in platinum, signed Tiffany & Co.

Each fluted penannular hoop with a duo of panther’s head

and numbered 19221687, with original box (2)

terminals, attached to a ring, suspending from a swing bail, mounted in 18k yellow, white and pink gold, signed Cartier

With Tiffany & Co. diamond certificate 19221687/F08090157

and numbered B32244

stating that the diamond is D colour, VVS1 clarity

CDN

$3,000–3,400

US

$2,850–3,230

CDN

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$15,000–20,000

US

$14,250–19,000


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A TRICOLOURED GOLD TORC NECKLACE,

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A DIAMOND RING

BY CARTIER

The modern design asymmetrically set with a round

The crossover design with twisted overlapping wirework

diamond weighing approximately 2.25 carats, between a

in yellow, pink and white 18k gold, to fluted details with

curved band accented by a channel of graduated round

cabochon emerald terminals, inner circumference 13 3/4

diamonds and a brushed wirework detail, slightly bombé

ins, signed Cartier and numbered 9153, French assay mark

shank, mounted in platinum and 24k gold

CDN

$3,500–4,500

US

$3,325–4,275

CDN

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$20,000–25,000

US

$19,000–23,750


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A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

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Decorated to the fore with a series of pavé-set diamond

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Centering a cushion-shaped yellow diamond surrounded by

shield-shaped plaques centered by oval cabochon rubies, and

small round yellow diamonds, within a frame and bifurcated

alternating with petite triangular motifs, joined to an omega

shoulders set with small round diamonds, mounted in 18k

linking necklace, mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and

white gold

numbered C4322G1, French assay marks, length 14 1/2 ins

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

CDN

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$5,500–6,500

US

$5,225–6,175


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A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD BROOCH, BY KUTCHINSKY

The stylised flowerhead decorated with a bombé ruby and diamond pistil, amid twisting radiating textured petals accented by a sprinkling of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Kutchinsky, with English hallmarks for London, circa 1963 CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850 40

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A RUBELLITE TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND

A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

RING

Of horizontal design, the broad band centering a bezel-set

Set with a cushion-shaped rubellite tourmaline weighing

oval ruby weighing approximately 1.85 carats, between

approximately 5.75 carats, amid curving crossover swirls

channels of round diamonds, decorated with stepped

decorated with baguette-cut diamonds and shoulders

shoulders, mounted in 14k gold

accented with round diamonds, mounted in 14k gold

CDN

$2,200–3,000

US

$2,090–2,850

CDN

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$3,000–3,800

US

$2,850–3,610


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A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING 41

Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 5.00 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in 10k white gold With report CS 40996 dated 21 September 2009 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating no gemological evidence of heat. Clarity enhancement: None. CDN

$8,000–12,000

US

$7,600–11,400 43

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A DIAMOND, ONYX AND GOLD BANGLE

A CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL

BRACELET

PENGUIN BROOCH, BY FRED

The hinged band centering an old European-cut diamond

Of whimsical design, the dapper little penguin decorated

weighing approximately 1.65 carats, flanked by a pair of

with a cultured pearl belly and black enamel body, head and

smaller old European-cut diamonds together weighing

flippers, to the tiny sapphire eyes surrounded by pavé-set

approximately 1.30 carats, between onyx plaques and

round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred Paris,

small diamond channels, mounted in 14k gold, inner

circa 1990

circumference 7 ins

CDN

$800–1,200

US

$760–1,140

CDN

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$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700


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44

A CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL NECKLACE

The spring-mounted collar composed of five rows of cultured pearls accented at intervals with elongated trefoil motifs of pavé-set diamonds, and further embellished to the fore by diamond-set shield-shaped plaques accented

45

A GOLD RING , BY CARTIER

by black enamel, the diamonds altogether weighing

The crossover design with an openwork double band

approximately 6.30 carats, mounted in 18k gold, inner

shank, in highly polished 18k gold, size 5 1/2, signed Cartier

circumference 13 1/2 ins

and numbered H90525

CDN

$5,600–7,000

US

$5,320–6,650

CDN

2 3

$550–650

US

$522–618


46

47

47

A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY KUTCHINSKY

The strap of asymmetrical design with crossover mesh ribbon sashes accented by round, old mine and baguette-cut 46

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

diamonds and rubies, in 18k gold, inner circumference

The square slightly bombé plaques pavé-set with round

13 1/4 ins, with maker’s mark for Kutchinsky and English

diamonds, mounted in 14k gold

hallmarks for London circa 1959

CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550

CDN

2 4

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


50

48

48

A THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING 49

Set with a trio of round diamonds together weighing approximately 1.60 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

49

$3,800–4,800

US

$3,610–4,560

A RETRO RUBY, DIAMOND AND TRICOLOURED 50

GOLD FLORAL BROOCH

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Designed as a highly sculpted floral bouquet with a duo of

Set with a navette-shaped ruby weighing approximately

blossoms, diamond-set curled petals and stems, ruby pistils,

1.60 carats, to diamond-set frame and shoulders, mounted

mounted in 14k pink, yellow and white gold, circa 1940

in 18k white gold

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

CDN

2 5

$3,600–4,600

US

$3,420–4,370


53

51

54

52

51

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

A RETRO SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD BOW TIE BROOCH/PENDANT

4.15 carats, to a dome shaped band pavé-set to the top

The large highly sculpted 18k gold bow tie centered by a

with round diamonds altogether weighing approximately

knot of pavé-set round diamonds, each loop accented by

3.25 carats, mounted in 18k gold

sapphire bezel studs, double bail to the reverse, circa 1945

CDN

52

53

Set with an emerald-cut sapphire weighing approximately

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

CDN

54

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750

A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately

Centering upon an oval tanzanite weighing approximately

4.20 carats, flanked by a pair of tapered baguette-cut

16.50 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling

diamonds, mounted in platinum

approximately 1.40 carats, mounted in 14k white gold

CDN

$13,000–18,000

US

$12,350–17,100

CDN

2 6

$3,200–4,200

US

$3,040–3,990


55

55

A CITRINE, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD NECKLACE

The chevron motif linking embellished by a fringe of citrine briolette drops topped by small sapphires, mounted in 14k gold, length 15 1/2 ins CDN

$4,600–5,000

US

2 7

$4,370–4,750


56

58

57

57

A DIAMOND RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.20 carats, 56

A BELLE ÉPOQUE PERIDO T, DIAMOND AND

between a pair of smaller round diamonds together weighing

PEARL PENDANT

approximately 0.85 carat, mounted in 14k white gold

The pendant drop centering a pear-shaped peridot weighing

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

approximately 6.00 carats, amid a foliate garland accented by pearl berries and diamonds within a conforming frame of

58

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR

split-pearls, and suspending from a diamond-set ribbon bow

PENDANTS , BY HENRY DUNAY

topped by a pearl measuring 5.1 mm by 4.2 mm, mounted

The interwoven hoops decorated with pavé-set round

in platinum and 14k gold, pearls not tested for natural origin,

diamonds and fluted swirl details, mounted in 18k gold,

circa 1910

signed Dunay

CDN

$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425

CDN

2 8

$9,000–12,000

US

$8,550–11,400


59

60

59

A DIAMOND, EMERALD AND GOLD FISH PENDANT NECKLACE

The highly sculpted fish with articulated tail embellished

60

A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a princess-cut diamond weighing 1.54 carats,

by chased fish scale pattern and round diamonds, and

mounted in platinum

cabochon emerald eyes, the hinged head opening to reveal a perfume container, together with a double

With report 12133870 dated 15 July 2002 from the

longchain necklace of circular and baton linking,

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

length 39 ins, in 18k gold

D colour, VS1 clarity

CDN

$3,000–3,500

US

$2,850–3,325

CDN

2 9

$7,500–9,500

US

$7,125–9,025


61

62

63

62

A PINK SAPPHIRE AND GOLD BRACELET, BY TIFFANY & CO.

Designed as a series of ropetwist openwork leaves centered by a course of pink sapphires totalling approximately 4.85 carats, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & Co., length 6 3/4 ins, circa 1965 CDN

61

$3,200–4,200

US

$3,040–3,990

A DIAMOND RING AND ETERNITY BAND

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 1.51 carats, to

63

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS ,

shoulders accented by a channel of baguette-cut diamonds

BY DAVID WEBB

and bordered by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white

The large oval hoops with hammered texture and

gold; accompanied by a slender band encircled by round

composed of graduated overlapping bombé forms,

diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold, size 7 1/2 (2)

accented by round diamonds, in 18k gold, signed Webb

CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550

CDN

3 0

$3,500–4,000

US

$3,325–3,800


64

64

A CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND GOLD

65

NECKLACE

The graduated strap decorated to the fore with a quintet of alternating plaques, the trio of cultured pearls measuring 12.2 to 10.8 mm, the bombé grounds of pavé-set diamonds

65

A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

The broad tapering band decorated to the top with

altogether weighing approximately 8.20 carats, and joined to hammered textured baton linking, mounted in 18k gold,

articulated rows of graduated round diamonds, mounted

length 15 3/4 ins

in 18k white gold, size 6 3/4

CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

$14,250–17,100

CDN

3 1

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


66

67

67

AN ART NOUVEAU ENAMEL AND GOLD LAPEL WATCH

The circular case decorated with a floral and foliate motif, the polychrome enamelling in shades of green, pink, white and yellow, further embellished by chased acanthus leaves and rose-cut diamond details, reversing to a white dial with 66

A JADEITE AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

gilt Arabic numerals, manual winding movement, in 18k

The oval hinged hoop set with an oval jadeite between

gold, and joined to a detachable 14k gold brooch designed

a pair of rectangular jadeites, decorated with elaborate

as a dragon accented by green enamel, a demantoid garnet

repoussé flowers, birds and foliate motifs, in 24k gold,

eye and conveying an old mine-cut diamond in its mouth,

inner circumference 6 3/8 ins

circa 1900

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

3 2

$1,600–2,000

US

$1,520–1,900


69

70

69

AN ANTIQUE CRYSTAL BLACK OPAL AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an oval crystal black opal measuring

68

15.8 mm by 11.2 mm by 5.33 mm, surrounded by old 68

AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND PEARL NECKLACE

mine-cut diamonds totalling approximately 1.20 carats,

The large emerald drop weighing approximately 90 carats,

mounted in platinum and 18k white gold , circa 1920

topped by a diamond-set openwork cap designed as a stylised

CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

$950–1,140

lotus blossom beneath an arch, from a mabe pearl, mounted in silver and 14k gold, late 19th century, suspending from a

70

A DIAMOND RING

later added 18k gold necklace of fluted linking embellished at

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

intervals by emerald beads and pearls (not tested for natural

1.60 carats, between shoulders accented by channel-set

origin), length 24 1/2 ins

smaller round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425

CDN

3 3

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700


73 72

71

72

AN ANTIQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH

The petite openwork floral and foliate design centering a button pearl measuring 8.7 mm, within a wreath and circular crossover ribbon, topped by a trefoil motif of ivy leaves, set with small old mine and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, circa 1900; information pending, 71

AN IVORY, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND

pearl currently being tested for natural or cultured origin

PENDANT

CDN

$500–700

US

$475–665

The figural Commedia dell’Arte pendant depicting in carved ivory the face of a youthful Arlecchino wearing

73

A PORTRAIT MINIATURE AND DIAMOND

a ruffled lace collar, to a peaked cap and tunic jacket

PENDANT

decorated with calibré-cut sapphires and diamonds in

The oval hand painted portrait of a classical lady, within

a traditional harlequin pattern, with diamond-set bail,

a scalloped frame topped by a ribbon bow accented by

mounted in platinum, circa 1920

rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and 14k gold

CDN

$2,200–3,200

US

$2,090–3,040

CDN

3 4

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900


reverse 75

75

74

75

AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND ENAMEL PENDANT WATCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The circular case centering a rose-cut diamond cluster amid a cobalt blue enamel ground surrounded by old mine-cut 74

diamonds, the reverse with a white dial, Roman numerals,

A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND EAR STUDS

Designed as florets centered by a pair of round cognac

old mine-cut diamond bezel, rose-cut diamond bail, manual

diamonds together weighing approximately 1.75 carats,

winding movement, in platinum and 18k gold, dial and

surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately

movement signed Tiffany & Co., French assay marks, circa

1.80 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

1880, with a 14k gold wheat linking necklace, length 24 ins,

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

CDN

3 5

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900


77

76

76

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING , BY CAVELTI

78

The flared design with asymmetrical cluster composed of pear-shaped rubies totalling approximately 2.45 carats, and round, baguette and marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cavelti, with original box CDN

77

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090

A RUBY, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY CAVELTI

The slightly asymmetrical cluster designed as a chevron motif composed of twelve pear-shaped rubies altogether

78

A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS ,

weighing approximately 4.50 carats, and accented by round

BY CAVELTI

and baguette-cut diamonds, joined to a foxtail linking chain,

The asymmetrical clusters designed with pear-shaped rubies

mounted in 18k gold, signed Cavelti, length 16 1/2 ins,

accented by round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in

with original box

18k gold, maker’s mark for Cavelti, with original box

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

3 6

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


80

81

79

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

Designed as a beribbonned floral bouquet with highly

79

sculpted polished sepals and layered flowerhead, accented by corded wirework and sprinkled blossoms of old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels, and numbered 1631 C S, French assay marks CDN

80

$3,800–4,200

US

$3,610–3,990

A PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval pink sapphire weighing 3.44 carats, flanked by a pair of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

81

A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS ,

With report CS 45229 dated 6 July 2011 from the American

BY CARTIER

Gemological Laboratory stating that it is the opinion of the

The tapering half hoops decorated with pavé-set round

Laboratory that the origin of this material would be classified

diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier and

as Burma ( Myanmar). Heat enhancement: none.

numbered 710144, French assay marks

CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

$7,600–8,550

CDN

3 7

$3,000–3,600

US

$2,850–3,420


83

82

84

82

A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND GOLD RING , BY BIRKS

Set with a cushion-shaped yellow sapphire weighing approximately 32.00 carats, within a filigree swirl frame, mounted in 10k gold CDN

83

$2,000–2,600

US

$1,900–2,470

A DIAMOND AND GOLD ‘BRIGANDINE’ RING , BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

The broad tapering band pavé-set with round diamonds

84

A PAIR OF GOLDEN CULTURED PEARL AND

altogether weighing approximately 2.05 carats, and

DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

embellished by overlapping fluted crossover details,

Suspending a pair of golden cultured pearls measuring

mounted in 18k gold, signed V.C.A. and numbered

approximately 12.0 mm, from diamond-set floral surmounts,

135382, French assay marks, size 5 1/2, circa 1991

mounted in 14k gold

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

3 8

$1,200–1,400

US

$1,140–1,330


85

86

85

A GOLDEN CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE

86

A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

The single strand comprising thirty-one golden

Set with a radiant-cut light yellow diamond weighing

cultured pearls graduated from 15.2 to 12.0 mm,

approximately 7.15 carats, to a band set throughout with

and joined to a 14k gold ball clasp inset with tiny

round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white

round diamonds, length 18 ins

and yellow gold

CDN

$6,500–8,000

US

$6,175–7,600

CDN

3 9

$22,000–30,000

US

$20,900–28,500


88

87

88

A RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The series of oval rubies altogether weighing approximately 87

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

9.50 carats, each within a diamond-set octagonal frame, and

Centering upon a cushion-shaped ruby weighing

alternated with lines of round diamonds, the diamonds

approximately 3.75 carats, surrounded by a scalloped

totalling approximately 4.80 carats, mounted in 18k white

border of round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold

gold, length 16 1/2 ins

CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

CDN

4 0

$3,200–4,200

US

$3,040–3,990


90

91

89

89

A RUBY AND DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCH

Designed as a flowerhead with slightly asymmetrical tiered petals pavé-set with oval rubies and accented to the centre by small diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

90

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

91

A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a pair of oval rubies together weighing

Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 2.20 carats,

approximately 4.00 carats, framed by baguette-cut

surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately

and round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

1.60 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$4,600–5,500

US

$4,370–5,225

CDN

4 1

$4,000–4,600

US

$3,800–4,370


94

93

92

92

AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 1.95 carats, surrounded by a frame of tiered millegrain-set round diamonds, to the diamond-set shoulders, mounted 18k white gold CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800 94

93

A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM NECKLACE, BY JABEL

The broad band centering a bezel-set marquise-cut

Designed with a graduated series of sliding oval and

diamond weighing approximately 1.25 carats, atop a

circular links centered by pavé-set round diamonds,

convex plaque decorated by a wide symmetrical ground

between diamond-set X motifs, each removable to

of round and baguette-cut diamonds, to a polished shank,

be variously arranged on an omega linking necklace,

mounted in 19k white gold, size 5 1/2

mounted in platinum, length 14 ins

CDN

$2,500–3,500

US

$2,375–3,325

CDN

4 2

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700


96

97

95

96

A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Suspending a pair of cultured pearls, each measuring approximately 12.4 mm, from lines of round diamond bezels, and topped by a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 1.20 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, the tops removable to wear as studs CDN

95

$2,200–2,600

US

$2,090–2,470

A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD ‘DESTINEE’ 97

BRACELET, BY BIRKS

A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

The broad openwork design decorated to the top

The broad strap composed of alternating rows of octagonal and square openwork links randomly accented by petite

with seven slender overlapping bands pavé-set with

plaques pavé-set with tiny round diamonds, in 18k white

round diamonds, to highly polished shoulders and shank,

gold, length 8 ins, signed Birks

mounted in 18k white gold, size 7

CDN

$2,000–3,500

US

$1,900–3,325

CDN

4 3

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


98

99

100

98

A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AND GOLD ‘OYSTER PERPETUAL’ WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

The stainless steel tonneau case with gold bezel, silvered dial with gilt Arabic and dagger numerals, sweep seconds, automatic movement, joined to a black leather strap with déployant clasp, circa 1954 CDN

$1,300–1,800

US

$1,235–1,710 100 A GENTLEMAN’S GOLD ‘CALATRAVA’

99

A GOLD ‘POLO’ WRISTWATCH, BY PIAGET

WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

The circular case and bezel decorated with alternating

The circular case with silvered dial, applied gilt baton

brushed and polished vertical bars, quartz movement,

numerals, manual winding movement, and completed

and joined to a black leather strap, in 18k gold, with

by a brown leather strap, in 18k gold, with original box

leather pouch and booklet

and certificate of origin, circa 1989

CDN

$1,200–1,500

US

$1,140–1,425

CDN

4 4

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


101

102

101 A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL ‘CLASSIMA EXECUTIVES’ WRISTWATCH, BY BAUME & MERCIER

From the William Baume Collection, the circular case with

102 A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL

matte silvered dial, applied baton numerals, luminescent

‘BUBBLE SKELETON’ WRISTWATCH, BY CORUM

hands and dot markers, sweep seconds, subsidiary dial for

The highly domed design with bombé sapphire crystal,

day of the week, retrograde sector for day of the month,

skeletonized, luminescent hands, sweep seconds, automatic

power reserve indicator, transparent case back, automatic

movement, joined to a black leather strap with double

movement, and joined to a black leather strap, in stainless

déployant clasp, in stainless steel, inner circumference

steel, with original box

6 1/4 to 7 1/4 ins, with original box

CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850

CDN

4 5

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


105

103

104

103 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

The pear-shaped plaque of swirling ribbons centering two bombé arched curves, decorated throughout with rows of round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$1,200–1,500

US

$1,140–1,425 105 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD EAR

104 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD PENDANT

CLIPS

The pear-shaped plaque of swirling ribbons centering two

Each pear-shaped plaque of swirling ribbons centering two

bombé arches, decorated throughout with rows of round

bombé arched curves, decorated throughout with rows of

and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$1,500–2,500

US

$1,425–2,375

CDN

4 6

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710


106

106 A ROCK CRYSTAL AND ONYX NECKLACE

The long necklace composed of a series of alternating oval facetted spectacle-set rock crystals and onyxes, mounted in 14k white gold, length 42 ins CDN

4 7

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


107

108

109

107 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

Designed as a series of overlapping coiled and curled ribbon scrolls decorated throughout with old mine, old European and baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 6.50 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1920 CDN

$3,500–4,500

US

$3,325–4,275

108 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT WATCH, 109 A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR

BY PIAGET

The circular case encircled by a row of round diamonds

STUDS

and a row of sapphires, with silvered dial, manual winding

Set with a pair of cushion-shaped sapphires together

movement, in 18k white gold, suspending from a 14k white

weighing approximately 4.90 carats, surrounded by

gold wheat linking chain necklace, length 28 ins

round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$2,500–3,000

US

$2,375–2,850

CDN

4 8

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700


110

111

111 A DIAMOND RING

Set with a round diamond weighing 2.97 carats, to

110 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM NECKLACE

odeonesque shoulders accented by small round diamonds,

The floret and curving ribbon design accented to the front

mounted in platinum and 10k white gold

with a round diamond weighing approximately 0.60 carat, decorated throughout with round, marquise-cut and

With report 1152710515 dated 15 October 2013 from the

baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum,

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

length 15 1/4 ins, circa 1945

faint gray, VS2 clarity

CDN

$12,000–15,000

US

CDN

$11,400–14,250

4 9

$25,000–35,000

US

$23,750–33,250


113

114

112

112 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 27.50 carats, decorated with trifurcated shoulders accented by a pair of small round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710

113 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM WRISTWATCH, BY PATEK PHILIPPE

The circular case encircled by round diamonds, with silvered dial applied with baton numerals, by Patek Philippe, joined to

114 AN UNMOUNTED OVAL RUBY

a later added diamond line bracelet, mounted in platinum,

The oval ruby measuring 9.18 mm by 7.54 mm by 6.85 mm

length 7 ins, circa 1950

and weighing 4.16 carats

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

CDN

5 0

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


115

116

115 A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE, RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Suspending a pair of pear-shaped aquamarines together weighing approximately 11.60 carats, topped by square rubies and tiny round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$1,200–1,200

US

$1,140–1,140

117

116 AN AQUAMARINE, RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE

Suspending a cushion-shaped aquamarine weighing approximately 65.00 carats, topped by a fan motif

117 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE AND PLATINUM RING

surmount decorated with rubies and diamonds, in 18k

Set with an old mine-cut diamond weighing approximately

white gold, from a 10k white gold twisted rope chain,

2.15 carats, between decorative arched loop shoulders,

length 16 1/2 ins

mounted in platinum

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

CDN

5 1

$5,500–6,500

US

$5,225–6,175


119

120

118

118 A DIAMOND NECKLACE

The elongated en negligée pendants designed as tapered double-tassels framing two pear-shaped diamonds, gathered by ribbon knot motifs joined to a twin baton linking necklace decorated throughout with diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 8.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 3/4 ins CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

119 A DIAMOND RING

120 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

1.65 carats, accented on either side by small marquise-cut

1.45 carats, flanked by a pair of tapered baguette-cut

diamonds, mounted in platinum

diamonds

CDN

$6,500–7,500

US

$6,175–7,125

CDN

5 2

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


123

122

121 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a pear-shaped aquamarine weighing approximately

121

40.00 carats, surrounded by marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, size 12 3/4 CDN

$3,000–5,000

US

$2,850–4,750

122 A PAIR OF BELLE ÉPOQUE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

123 A DIAMOND AND ENAMEL DRAGONFLY

Suspending a pair of aquamarine briolette drops together

BROOCH

weighing approximately 10.00 carats, from delicate

Designed as a dragonfly with polychrome enamel head and

diamond-set geometric motifs, topped by a pair of

body, plique-a-jour enamel wings, in various shades of blue,

small pearls, mounted in platinum and 18k white gold,

green and yellow, and accented by small round diamonds,

pearls not tested for natural origin, circa 1910

mounted in silver and 18k gold

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

CDN

5 3

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710


125

124

125 A GREY CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE 124 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

The single strand comprising sixty-seven cultured pearls

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

graduated from 14.8 to 11.0 mm, in shades of grey, and

3.90 carats, flanked on either side by pairs of

joined to a 14k white gold ball clasp inset with small round

baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

diamonds, length 35 ins

CDN

$10,000–15,000

US

$9,500–14,250

CDN

5 4

$6,500–8,500

US

$6,175–8,075


127

126

126 A MULTI-GEM, ENAMEL AND GOLD SCARAB BROOCH

Designed as a scarab with black enamel legs and antennae,

128

emerald head, body decorated with a yellow sapphire weighing 3.70 carats, and a sapphire weighing approximately 12.50 carats within a polished scalloped carapace, mounted in 14k gold CDN

$9,000–10,000

US

$8,550–9,500

127 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET

Centering a rectangular sapphire weighing approximately

128 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

6.00 carats, amid a rectangular plaque and joined to an

Centering an oval cabochon sapphire weighing

articulated strap decorated throughout with round, old

approximately 70.00 carats, amid undulating rows

mine and old European-cut diamonds, and small simulated

of graduated round and baguette-cut diamonds,

sapphires, mounted in platinum, length 6 3/4 ins

mounted in platinum, size 12 1/2

CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

$14,250–17,100

CDN

5 5

$3,000–5,000

US

$2,850–4,750


130

129

129 AN ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing 2.98 carats, within a frame of old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in

130 A SET OF TWO-TONE GOLD GRAPE CLUSTER JEWELS , BY BUCCELLATI

18k gold and platinum, circa 1910, to a later added

Including a brooch realistically designed as a grape cluster

10k gold shank with diamond-set shoulders

with curved leaves and coiling tendrils in textured 18k white

With report 2135991642 dated 3 November 2011 from the

and yellow gold, signed Gianmaria Buccellati and numbered

Gemological Institute of America stating sapphire, no indication

14534; and a pair of ear clips en suite, signed Buccellati and

of heating

numbered Q668, with original box (2)

CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

CDN

5 6

$4,500–6,500

US

$4,275–6,175


133

132

131

131 A GOLD ‘ATLAS’ BANGLE BRACELET, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The wide oval hinged hoop of openwork design featuring Roman numerals, signed Tiffany & Co., in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 ins, with original box CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

133 A TANZANITE, GOLD AND PLATINUM RING , BY LLYN L. STRELAU

The modern design of architectural inspiration, the

132 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING , BY BULGARI

The tapering gypsy-set band centering an Asscher-cut

broad band of brushed textured 18k green gold set

diamond weighing approximately 2.30 carats, between

with a cushion-shaped tanzanite weighing approximately

a pair of pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in 18k gold,

6.00 carats, to shoulders accented by a raised channel of

signed Bulgari, circa 1975

heart and scroll details in platinum

CDN

$9,000–10,000

US

$8,550–9,500

CDN

5 7

$2,500–3,500

US

$2,375–3,325


136

134

135

134 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Centering upon an oval ruby weighing approximately 4.50 carats, within a border of round diamonds, to the shank decorated with bifurcated shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$8,000–10,000

US

$7,600–9,500 136 A DIAMOND AND GOLD BOW BROOCH

Designed as a ribbon bow decorated throughout with

135 A RUBY AND GOLD BRACELET,

channels of round diamonds and suspending a pair of

BY TIFFANY & CO.

The articulated openwork strap fashioned as a series of

en negligée flexible tassels set with round diamonds, the

round rubies amid corded wirework bar and scroll details,

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 3.40 carats,

mounted in 18k gold, length 7 ins, signed Tiffany, circa 1960

mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$2,000–2,500

US

$1,900–2,375

CDN

5 8

$1,300–1,500

US

$1,235–1,425


138

137

137 A RUBY AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

With en negligée design terminals, decorated throughout

138 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING , BY CARTIER

with pear-shaped cabochon rubies altogether weighing

The tapering band with incised brick linking design

approximately 13.00 carats, between lines of round

centered by a bezel-set round diamond weighing

diamond bezels totalling approximately 3.30 carats,

approximately 0.35 carat, signed Cartier and

mounted in 18k gold, length 18 ins

numbered 35CJ030, size 6 1/2, with original box

CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

CDN

5 9

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900


139

140

139 AN EMERALD, SAPPHIRE, TOPAZ AND GOLD

140 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

BRACELET

Designed as florets centering an old mine and an

The wide openwork strap of knife-edge design decorated

old European-cut diamond together weighing

with variously sized, shaped and cut emeralds, sapphires,

approximately 0.95 carat, surrounded by smaller

green topazes and round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold,

round diamonds totalling approximately 1.80 carats,

length 7 ins

mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090

CDN

6 0

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750


141

143

141 A PAIR OF JADEITE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Each pierced tapering jadeite plaque carved with melons

142

and peaches amid foliage, suspending from a dainty line of round and baguette-cut diamonds, topped by a round jadeite bouton, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

142 A JADEITE AND GOLD RING

Set with an oval cabochon jadeite measuring 17.5 mm

143 A JADEITE AND DIAMOND BALLERINA RING

by 10.50 mm by 7.47 mm, surrounded by a sinuous

Centering upon an oval jadeite measuring 14.0 mm

asymmetrical frame and shoulders decorated with scrolling

by 10.7 mm by 3.8 mm, amid an undulating baguette-cut

tendrils of floral and foliate motifs, mounted in 14k gold

diamond surround, mounted in 14k white gold

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

CDN

6 1

$3,600–4,600

US

$3,420–4,370


146

144

145

145 A GENTLEMAN’S GOLD WRISTWATCH, BY VACHERON CONSTANTIN

The circular case with silvered dial, applied gilt dagger and Arabic numerals, sweep seconds, manual winding movement, teardrop-shaped lugs, joined to a brown leather strap, in 18k gold, with extra white leather strap, circa 1940’s CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090

144 A GOLD DRESS SET, LARTER & SONS , 146 A LADY’S GOLD ‘ATLAS’ WRISTWATCH,

RETAILED BY TIFFANY & CO.

BY TIFFANY & CO.

The button motifs including a pair of cufflinks designed as discs with wirework cross-stitch centres; with a set of

The circular case with raised Roman numerals on the bezel,

three matching tuxedo shirt studs, in 14k gold, maker’s

matte gilt dial with black hands, quartz movement, joined to

mark for Larter & Sons, signed Tiffany & Co.

a brown leather strap, in 18k gold

CDN

$700–1,000

US

CDN

$665–950

6 2

$2,000–2,500

US

$1,900–2,375


147

148

147 A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH, BY ORIS

From the ‘Frank Sinatra’ collection, the cushion-shaped case

148 A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL

with silvered engine turned dial, applied Arabic and baton

ANTIMAGNETIC WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

numerals, sweep seconds, three subsidiary dials indicating

The circular case with silvered dial, outer tachometer

day of the month, day of the week and second time zone,

graduations, two subsidiary dials indicating constant

aperture for phase of the moon, automatic movement,

seconds and 30-minute register, chronograph buttons,

transparent case back, joined to a brown leather strap with

17 jewels movement, joined to a brown leather strap,

déployant clasp, in stainless steel, with original box

in stainless steel, reference 2811, circa 1934

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

CDN

$1,425–1,900 6 3

$5,000–10,000

US

$4,750–9,500


151

149

149 AN ART DECO CRYSTAL BLACK OPAL, DIAMOND, CORAL AND ONYX RING

150

Of odeonesque and pyramidal motif, centering an oval crystal black opal measuring 12.1 mm by 8.0 mm by 3.3 mm, amid arching and angular lines of small round diamonds, further decorated by corals and black onyx, mounted in platinum, French assay mark, circa 1920 CDN

$6,000–7,000

US

$5,700–6,650

150 AN ANTIQUE PEARL, DIAMOND AND ENAMEL BROOCH/PENDANT

The openwork circular form centering a pearl measuring

151 A PAIR OF ANTIQUE NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

9.9 mm by 8.8 mm, amid small old-cut diamonds and Greek

Each decorated with variously sized and shaped natural

key black enamel trim, and accented by four smaller pearls,

pearls accented by curved lines of tiny rose-cut diamonds,

mounted in 18k gold, French assay marks, circa 1880;

mounted in silver and 14k gold, circa 1900

information pending, pearl currently being tested for natural or cultured origin CDN

$3,200–4,200

With report 2155656850 dated 30 September 2013 from US

$3,040–3,990

the Gemological Institute of America stating that seven of the eight pearls are natural, saltwater origin CDN

6 4

$2,000–2,600

US

$1,900–2,470


reverse 152

152

152 AN ANTIQUE PEARL, EMERALD AND GOLD PENDANT WATCH

153

The circular case pavé-set with split-pearls and tiny emeralds in a delicate lattice pattern, the reverse centering a white guilloché enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, split-pearl bezel, manual winding movement, detachable from a trefoil motif surmount

153 AN EMERALD AND WHITE GOLD RING

Of modern design, the deep bezel setting centering an

set with a trio of pear-shaped emeralds and pearls,

emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 2.95 carats,

in 18k gold, and joined to an imitation pearl necklace,

accented by fluted bar shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold

late 19th century CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

CDN

$1,425–1,900

6 5

$2,800–3,600

US

$2,660–3,420


156

155

154

154 A YELLOW SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval yellow sapphire weighing approximately 12.55 carats, amid a conforming border of round diamonds totalling approximately 2.10 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$9,000–12,000

US

$8,550–11,400

156 A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Set with a pair of cushion-shaped yellow diamonds

155 A GOLD NECKLACE, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The openwork series composed of 18k gold corded

together weighing 2.05 carats, to a line and a conforming

wirework infinity motifs between connectors of fluted

surround accented by small round diamonds, mounted

arches, signed Tiffany & Co., length 15 1/2 ins

in 18k white gold

CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850

CDN

6 6

$10,000–12,000

US

$9,500–11,400


157

158

157 A DIAMOND AND GOLD FEATHER BROOCH,

158 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD BANGLE

BY STERLE

BRACELETS

Designed as a curled feather accented by small old mine

Each circular hinged hoop accented with a series of round

and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Sterle

diamond duos and round diamond trim, mounted in

and numbered 4697, French assay mark

brushed textured 18k gold, inner circumferences 7 ins (2)

CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

$7,600–8,550

CDN

6 7

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


161

159

160

160 A GEM-SET AND GOLD LION PENDANT

The dramatic lion’s head with highly sculpted face and pierced mane, accented by diamonds, emeralds and a ruby, hinged bail, mounted in 18k gold CDN

159 A CANADIAN DIAMOND RING AND BAND

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710

161 A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND

Set with a princess-cut diamond weighing 2.11 carats,

GOLD EAR PENDANTS

between a pair of smaller princess-cut diamonds together

The ridged and fluted panels of freeform angular design,

weighing approximately 1.00 carat, size 4; accompanied

each surmount set with a fancy-cut aquamarine and a small

by a band decorated to the top with a channel of small

princess-cut diamond, suspending an elongated tapering

diamonds, size 4 3/4, mounted in 14k white gold (2)

pendant, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$5,500–6,500

US

$5,225–6,175

CDN

6 8

$800–1,200

US

$760–1,140


163

162

162 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

The tapering matte and polished band of hexagonal design set with three trilliant-cut colour treated diamonds

163 A GOLD PETAL NECKLACE

alternating with three trilliant-cut diamonds, the diamonds

Composed of a series of textured petal motifs, each

totalling approximately 3.80 carats, mounted in platinum

framed by narrow borders of granulation, in 18k gold,

and 18k gold

length 15 3/4 ins, French assay marks

CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

CDN

6 9

$3,500–4,000

US

$3,325–3,800


165

166

165 AN ANTIQUE FINE CHRONOGRAPH GOLD POCKET WATCH, BY BARTENS & RICE

The hunting case decorated with chased monogram, ROB, opening to the white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary 164

dial for constant seconds, single button chronograph, keyless manual winding movement, in 18k gold, circa 1887 CDN

$3,500–4,000

US

$3,325–3,800

166 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a cushion-shaped sapphire weighing approximately

164 FIVE ETERNITY RINGS

3.65 carats, flanked by trilliant-cut diamonds and princess-cut

Including three bands encircled with either sapphires, rubies or emeralds, and a pair of bands encircled with baguette-cut

diamond chevron motifs, mounted in 18k white and

diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, size 11 1/2 to 11 3/4

yellow gold

CDN

$3,800–4,800

US

$3,610–4,560

CDN

7 0

$3,000–3,500

US

$2,850–3,325


168

167

168 A GENTLEMAN’S GOLD ‘POLO’ WRISTWATCH, BY PIAGET

167 A LADY’S GOLD ‘POLO’ WRISTWATCH,

The integrated case with square dial and bracelet designed

BY PIAGET

With integrated case and square dial, the bracelet designed

as alternating brushed and polished baton links, quartz

as alternating brushed and polished baton links, quartz

movement, concealed crown to the reverse, in 18k gold,

movement, in 18k gold, length 6 1/2 ins, with original box

length 7 1/4 ins, with original box

CDN

$3,000–3,500

US

$2,850–3,325

CDN

7 1

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750


171

169

172

170

169 A RETRO RUBELLITE TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING

The highly sculpted broad band centering an oval rubellite

171 A MULTI-GEM AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET,

tourmaline weighing approximately 18.90 carats, decorated

BY LA TRIOMPHE

on each side with baguette-cut diamond odeonesque arches,

The oval hinged hoop with highly textured openwork top

to a bombé ground accented by small round diamonds and

accented with round diamonds, pear-shaped rubies and

rubies, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1940

sapphires, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 ins, circa 1960

CDN

$8,500–9,500

US

$8,075–9,025

170 A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

172 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering a cushion-shaped tanzanite weighing approximately

Set with an oval sapphire weighing approximately

11.50 carats, between a pair of pear-shaped diamonds and

3.11 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling

surrounded by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

approximately 1.60 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600

CDN

7 2

$4,000–4,600

US

$3,800–4,370


173

173 A GEM-SET AND GOLD NECKLACE

The stylised mesh linking embellished by a fringe of diamond, ruby and sapphire floret pendant drops, mounted in 18k gold, length 15 1/2 ins CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800 7 3


175

174

175 A SET OF RETRO DIAMOND, RUBY AND GOLD JEWELS

Including a brooch of asymmetrical design with overlapping swirling and flared ribbon sashes, tied by a bombé arch

174 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

centering a round diamond bezel amid smaller round

The highly sculpted wide band with fluted polished and textured details set with a round diamond weighing

diamonds and ruby channels; a pair of ear clips en suite,

2.01 carats, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, size 4 1/2

mounted in platinum and 18k pink gold (2), circa 1940

CDN

$10,000–15,000

US

$9,500–14,250

CDN

7 4

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


176

178

177

176 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Centering an oval ruby weighing approximately 2.95 carats, accented by a conforming surround of round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 2.15 carats, to wirework shoulders and gallery, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDN

$7,500–9,000

US

$7,125–8,550

177 A RUBY AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

The continuous course alternating a series of rubies totalling

178 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

approximately 4.15 carats, and diamonds altogether weighing

Set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 3.02 carats,

approximately 2.95 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 7

to diamond-set bifurcated shoulders, mounted in

1/4 ins, circa 1983

18k white gold

CDN

$2,200–2,800

US

$2,090–2,660

CDN

7 5

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600


181

180

179

179 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an oval light yellow diamond weighing approximately 3.00 carats, flanked by a pair of epaulette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600 181 A MULTI-GEM AND GOLD BROOCH,

180 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND PINK GOLD EAR

BY HAMMERMAN BRO THERS

PENDANTS , AMANDA BY STENZHORN

Centering a square diamond amid oval gemstones

From the ‘Droop’ collection, the elongated drops

including a sapphire, a pink sapphire, a yellow sapphire

decorated with pavé-set diamonds, mounted in

and an emerald, each within a border of round diamonds,

18k pink gold, signed Amanda

mounted in 18k gold, maker’s mark for Hammerman Brothers

CDN

$12,000–14,000

US

$11,400–13,300

CDN

7 6

$8,500–9,500

US

$8,075–9,025


183

182

182 A MULTI-COLOURED CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising thirty-four cultured pearls

183 A PINK STAR SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING ,

graduated from 13.5 to 10.3 mm, in shades of grey, pink,

BY BIRKS

golden and white, and accented by a trio of beads and a

Centering a pink star sapphire weighing approximately

clasp decorated with pavé-set brown diamonds, mounted

7.50 carats, between a pair of round diamonds together

in 18k gold, length 18 1/2 ins

weighing approximately 0.40 carat, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$7,500–9,000

US

$7,125–8,550

CDN

7 7

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850


185

184

186

184 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Centering a round diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, between a pair of round diamonds totalling approximately 1.25 carats, further accented by a pair of smaller round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDN

$2,800–3,200

US

$2,660–3,040

185 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND NECKLACE

186 A DIAMOND, PEARL AND PLATINUM BAR

Decorated to the fore with an articulated curved course

BROOCH

of delicate rose-cut diamonds suspending a fringe quintet

The elongated bar centering a pearl measuring 5.3 mm,

of old mine-cut diamond drops, joined to a fine trace linking

between double courses of rose-cut diamonds accented by

chain, mounted in platinum and 14k gold, length 14 1/2 ins,

millegrain-set old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum,

circa 1910

French assay marks

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

CDN

7 8

$2,000–2,400

US

$1,900–2,280


187

188

188 A BELLE ÉPOQUE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PENDANT/BROOCH

187 AN ANTIQUE PEARL, DIAMOND AND HARDSTONE CAMEO PENDANT

Of filigree design, suspending finely pierced and millegrained

Of shell motif, the oval slightly concave cameo depicting a

flexible triangular motifs and diamond drop terminals, from

cherub playing a flute and reposing atop a cloud, surrounded

an arched plaque surmount decorated by a garland, a Greek

by small pearls and old mine-cut diamonds, suspending a pearl

key line, and a diamond floret, set with old European, old

and diamond drop, (pearls not tested for natural origin),

mine and rose-cut diamonds, hinged concealed pendant

hinged bail, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1870

loop, mounted in platinum, circa 1910

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

CDN

7 9

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900


190

189

189 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM 190 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND PLATINUM CLIP

BRACELET

BROOCHES

The millegrain-set design composed of articulated

Designed with various ribbon sashes and accented by

openwork links, the ziggurat edged triangular plaques alternating with oval double loops and odeonesque

foliate motifs, each shield-shaped plaque decorated

connectors, decorated throughout with old-cut

with baguette, marquise, trilliant-cut and round diamonds,

diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 6 1/2 ins, circa 1925

mounted in platinum (2)

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

8 0

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


192

191

193

192 AN UNMOUNTED DIAMOND

The round diamond measuring 6.53 mm by 6.60 mm by 3.87 mm and weighing 1.01 carats 191 AN UNMOUNTED TOURMALINE

With report 2155689886 dated 3 October 2013 from the

The oval tourmaline measuring 11.45 mm by 10.08 mm by

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

5.89 mm and weighing 4.41 carats

E colour, VVS1 clarity

With report 6132110224 dated 16 April 2013 from the

CDN

$8,500–10,000

US

$8,075–9,500

Gemological Institute of America stating tourmaline. This copper and manganese bearing tourmaline may be called

193 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM NECKLACE

”paraÏba tourmaline” in the trade. The name “ paraÏba“

Designed as a graduated course of round diamonds

comes from the Brazilian locality where this gem was first

joined to a shield-shaped clasp accented by a baguette-cut

mined, however today it may come from several localities. This

diamond, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately

color of tourmaline is commonly heated to improve or change

4.75 carats, central pendant loop on the reverse, mounted

the color. Color origin of this stone is currently undeterminable.

in platinum, length 15 ins, circa 1950

CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

$14,250–17,100

CDN

8 1

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750


196

195

194

195 A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING , BY BIRKS

The Toi et Moi design set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.50 carats, and a round sapphire weighing approximately 1.75 carats, to the curved slender band accented by small round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed Birks CDN

194 A LADY’S DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

$2,800–3,200

US

$2,660–3,040

WRISTWATCH

The case adjoining flared fancy links decorated with

196 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Set with a pair of pear-shaped diamonds together weighing

graduated round diamond bezel trios amid smaller diamonds, to a diamond-set bracelet, the squared

approximately 1.55 carats, bordered by round diamonds

cream dial with applied Arabic and dot numerals,

and suspending from a flexible line of bezel-set round

manual winding movement, in platinum, length 6 1/4 ins,

diamonds, to a pear-shaped surmount decorated with

circa 1940

pavé-set diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold

CDN

$2,200–3,000

US

$2,090–2,850

CDN

8 2

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


198

197

199

198 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

Set with a pair of old mine-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 2.70 carats, mounted in white gold CDN

$11,000–13,000

US

$10,450–12,350

199 AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET

197 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD

The strap decorated with old mine and old European-cut

EARRINGS

The swirling hoops decorated with pavé-set round

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 5.90 carats

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.80 carats,

and accented by twin rows of triangular sapphires,

mounted in 18k white gold

mounted in platinum, length 7 ins, circa 1930

CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

CDN

8 3

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700


200

201

201 AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT CAMEO AND GOLD PENDANT/BROOCH

200 A PAIR OF ANTIQUE HARDSTONE CAMEO AND

The shell cameo depicting the classical profile of a young

GOLD EAR PENDANTS

Featuring profiles of two classical ladies centering on oval

gentleman, within a deep 18k gold oval frame embellished

hardstone cameos, topped by acanthus leaf motifs and

by corded wirework and split pearls, detachable hoop bail;

gold beads, suspending fringe tassels with pampille finials,

accompanied by a hand-tinted photograph of the sitter (not

mounted in 14k gold, circa 1860

illustrated), circa 1870

CDN

$700–900

US

$665–855

CDN

8 4

$1,800–2,400

US

$1,710–2,280


202

203

202 AN ART NOUVEAU AQUAMARINE AND GOLD HEART PENDANT

203 A COLOURED DIAMOND BALLERINA RING

Set with a marquise-cut fancy deep orangy yellow

The openwork heart-shaped pendant embellished by

diamond weighing 2.59 carats, amid an undulating

repoussé leaves and coiling whiplash tendrils, centering a

baguette-cut diamond surround, mounted in platinum

rectangular glazed window, sliding panel to the reverse, in 18k gold, and joined to a 14k gold chain of elongated linking

With report 11871406 dated 4 April 2002 from the

accented by an oval aquamarine connector, length 17 3/4 ins,

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond

circa 1910

is fancy deep orangy yellow, natural colour, VS2 clarity

CDN

$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850

CDN

8 5

$20,000–36,000

US

$19,000–34,200


205

204

204 A GOLD AND DIAMOND CLUTCH PURSE,

205 A GOLDEN CHRYSOBERYL, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING , BY GUBELIN

BY BULGARI

Of two-tone basket weave pattern, central thumb push

The wide bombé band of corded wirework design

and top edge decorated with tapering pavé-set round

centering an oval golden chrysoberyl weighing

diamonds, and corded wirework trim, in platinum and

approximately 10.25 carats, surrounded by round

18k gold, measuring 6 3/4 ins by 3 3/4 ins by 1 5/8 ins,

diamonds and shoulder accents, mounted in 18k gold,

signed Bulgari

signed Gubelin and numbered 251198, size 5 1/2

CDN

$8,000–10,000

US

$7,600–9,500

CDN

8 6

$800–1,200

US

$760–1,140


206

206 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE

The stylised curb linking embellished at intervals with cabochon emeralds totalling approximately 7.00 carats,

207

surrounded by round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.50 carats, mounted in 18k green gold, length 16 3/4 ins CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600

207 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

208

Set with a cushion-shaped fancy light yellow diamond weighing approximately 2.23 carats, between a pair of trapezoid-cut diamonds, with conforming frames and shoulders accented with small round diamonds, mounted

208 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING , BY CARTIER

in 14k white gold

The bombé band centering an oval cabochon emerald

With report 2155448564 dated 22 May 2013 from the

amid a pavé-set diamond ground accented by small

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

cabochon emeralds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Cartier

fancy light yellow, natural colour, SI1 clarity

and numbered 708258, with original box

CDN

$13,000–15,000

US

$12,350–14,250

CDN

8 7

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


209

212

211

210 A GOLD BRACELET

The wide flexible strap of basket weave design, in 18k gold, length 7 1/4 ins

210

CDN

$1,500–2,000

US

$1,425–1,900

211 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING AND JACKET

Set with a square emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 2.35 carats, flanked by a pair of trilliant-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 0.90 carat; together with a diamond-set jacket of twin flare design, mounted in 18k gold (2) CDN

209 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

212 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND GOLD RING

Featuring an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately

The wide openwork band of architectural inspiration with

8.50 carats, within a conforming frame of round diamonds

bifurcated shoulders, centering an emerald-cut emerald

totalling approximately 1.55 carats, from a polished bail,

weighing approximately 7.50 carats, embellished by a duo

mounted in 18k gold

of diamond-set swirls, mounted in 14k gold

CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600

CDN

8 8

$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850


214

213

213 A DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY SECRETT

Designed to the fore with an oval hoop suspending a polished circular frame centering a round diamond weighing approximately 2.30 carats, topped by a trio

214 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

of pavé-set diamond connectors joined to a curb linking

Set with a pair of princess-cut diamonds together weighing

necklace, mounted in 14k gold, length 15 1/2 ins

4.02 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$10,000–12,000

US

$9,500–11,400

CDN

8 9

$20,000–30,000

US

$19,000–28,500


217

216

215

216 A GENTLEMAN’S GOLD ‘OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST’ WRISTWATCH, BY ROLEX

With fluted bezel, matte gilt dial with applied dagger numerals, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, and joined to a Rolex Jubilee bracelet, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 ins, with original box, circa 1941 CDN

215 A LADY’S DIAMOND AND GOLD ‘OYSTER

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

PERPETUAL DATEJUST’ WRISTWATCH, 217 A DIAMOND AND GOLD ‘PANTHÈRE’

BY ROLEX

The gilt dial with diamond numerals, precision-set diamond

WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

bezel, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic

The matte gilt dial with round diamond numerals, diamond-

movement, joined to a Rolex President bracelet with

set crown, diamond-set case, quartz movement, joined to

déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins,

a Cartier bracelet with double déployant clasp, in 18k gold,

with blue Rolex two-level jewel box, circa 1995

inner circumference 6 1/2 ins, with guarantee certificate

CDN

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750

CDN

9 0

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700


218

219

219 A LADY’S SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND GOLD 218 A GENTLEMAN’S DIAMOND AND GOLD

‘PANTHÈRE’ WRISTWATCH, BY CARTIER

WRISTWATCH, BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

The matte silvered dial and bezel decorated with sapphires,

The circular case with pavé-set diamond frame and

with Roman numerals, quartz movement, joined to a

fluted bezel, skeletonized, finely engraved mechanical

Cartier bracelet accented by sapphires and diamonds,

jewelled lever movement, joined to a black leather strap

double déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference

and diamond-set buckle, in 18k gold, with leather pouch

5 3/4 ins

CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550

CDN

9 1

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550


221

220

221 AN ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY BOUCHERON

Decorated to the fore with a series of overlapping polychrome enamel leaves in shades of red, rust, green and brown, accented by round diamonds, and joined

220 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND

to a triple strand of gold beads accented at intervals

BALLERINA RING

Set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately

by enamel rondelles and spacers, mounted in 18k gold,

3.60 carats, amid an undulating surround of tapered

length 15 ins, signed Boucheron and numbered PC910212,

baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold

French assay marks

CDN

$11,000–15,000

US

$10,450–14,250

CDN

9 2

$5,500–6,500

US

$5,225–6,175


223

222

222 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

224

Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 3.50 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

223 A TSAVORITE GARNET AND DIAMOND DRAGONFLY BROOCH

224 A SAPPHIRE, RUBY AND GOLD RING

Designed as a dragonfly, the head, wings and articulated

Of ocular inspiration, the tapering bombé band accented

body decorated with tsavorite garnets, accented by round

by gold outline divisions and set with a cabochon sapphire

diamonds totalling approximately 1.65 carats, mounted in

weighing approximately 7.50 carats, surrounded by calibré-cut

18k blackened gold

ruby and sapphire channels, mounted in 18k gold, size 6 1/2

CDN

$1,600–2,000

US

$1,520–1,900

CDN

9 3

$5,000–8,000

US

$4,750–7,600


227

226

225 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

225

Set with an oval ruby weighing 5.02 carats, flanked by a pair of demi-lune diamonds together weighing approximately 0.80 carat, mounted in platinum and 18k gold With report GRS2011-040348T dated 20 April 2011 from GemResearch Swisslab stating that gemmological testing revealed characteristics corresponding to those of a natural ruby from Mozambique. Enhanced by heat, residues insignificant. CDN

$70,000–80,000

US

$66,500–76,000

227 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE NECKLACE, BY CARTIER

226 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EARRINGS

The trace linking chain joined to a round diamond weighing

The circular hoops decorated with round diamonds

approximately 0.60 carat, mounted in 18k white gold,

totalling approximately 1.95 carats, mounted in

length 15 3/4 ins, signed Cartier and numbered 913634,

rhodium-plated 18k yellow gold

French assay marks, original box

CDN

$2,000–2,600

US

$1,900–2,470

CDN

9 4

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090


229

228

229 A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE AND WHITE GOLD EAR PENDANTS

Set with a pair of pear-shaped aquamarine drops together

228 AN AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT

The pear-shaped aquamarine weighing approximately

weighing approximately 23.00 carats, suspending from a line

30.00 carats, topped by a diamond-set floral motif,

of small round diamonds and 18k white gold polished and

double bail to the reverse, mounted in 18k white gold

textured ribbon swirl surmounts

CDN

$2,000–3,000

US

$1,900–2,850

CDN

9 5

$1,400–1,800

US

$1,330–1,710


231

232

230

230 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with a cabochon sapphire weighing approximately 10.00 carats, within a scalloped border of round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 1.55 carats, mounted in platinum CDN

$2,500–3,000

US

$2,375–2,850

232 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD BROOCH

Of millegrain setting, the rectangular slightly bombé plaque centering a bezel-set round diamond weighing approximately

231 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE NECKLACE

0.75 carat, amid pierced floral and fan motifs decorated

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 2.50 carats, suspending from a fine trace linking

throughout with smaller round diamonds, mounted in

18k white gold necklet, length 18 1/4 ins

14k white gold

CDN

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600

CDN

9 6

$3,500–4,500

US

$3,325–4,275


233

234

233 A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EAR

234 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET

The articulated strap bordered with channels of square

STUDS

Set with a pair of sapphires together weighing

sapphires, central panels decorated with an openwork

approximately 4.90 carats, surrounded by round

floral and foliate pattern set with round diamonds

diamonds altogether weighing approximately

altogether weighing approximately 3.00 carats, mounted

3.20 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

in 18k white gold, length 7 1/4 ins

CDN

$6,000–6,500

US

$5,700–6,175

CDN

9 7

$2,600–3,000

US

$2,470–2,850


237

236

236 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND

235

EAR STUDS

Each grey cultured pearl of approximately 14.1 mm, accented by a round diamond surmount, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$4,400–4,800

US

$4,180–4,560

237 A GEM-SET AND DIAMOND BOW BROOCH, 235 A SHAGREEN AND DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET,

BY VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

BY MARCELLA CICERI

Designed as a stylised ribbon bow with pavé-set diamond

The penannular cuff of light grey shagreen, the flattened top

centre knot amid blue chalcedony and rhodochrosite panels,

decorated with variously sized pavé-set diamond discs,

mounted in 18k gold, signed VCA and numbered 8139112,

mounted in 14k white gold

French assay marks

CDN

$2,000–2,400

US

$1,900–2,280

CDN

9 8

$3,400–4,000

US

$3,230–3,800


238

239

238 A SET OF BLUE TOPAZ AND WHITE GOLD 239 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

JEWELS , BY BULGARI

Including a pendant centering a sugarloaf blue topaz

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing

amid a pyramidal frame; and a pair of ear clips en suite,

approximately 2.65 carats, between twinned pairs

mounted in 18k white gold, each signed Bulgari (2)

of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

CDN

$2,400–3,000

US

$2,280–2,850

CDN

9 9

$20,000–25,000

US

$19,000–23,750


241

242

241 A BELLE ÉPOQUE SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND

240

PLATINUM BROOCH AND CHAIN

The oval openwork form with delicate filigree webbing and scalloped edging centering an oval sapphire surrounded by old mine and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum; together with a fine platinum chain, length 16 ins (not illustrated) (2), circa 1915 240 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET WATCH

CDN

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090

The hinged cover of ribbon scroll and flare design decorated with baguette, round and marquise-cut diamonds, flanked

242 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

by a pair of pear-shaped diamonds together weighing

BROOCH/PENDANT NECKLACE

approximately 1.30 carats, opening to reveal a circular

The ribbon swirl design set with a marquise-cut

white dial with applied dot and dagger numerals, manual

diamond weighing approximately 1.10 carats, decorated

winding movement, and joined to a tapering bracelet and

with graduated round and baguette-cut diamond curved

openwork clasp similarly set with diamonds, the smaller

lines accented by marquise-cut diamonds; with a fine trace

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 11.00 carats,

linking necklet decorated to the fore with marquise-cut

in platinum, length 6 1/2 ins

diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 14 1/2 ins

CDN

$12,000–14,000

US

$11,400–13,300

CDN

1 0 0

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600


243

244

244 A STAR SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING , BY BIRKS ELLIS-RYRIE

Set with a sugarloaf cabochon star sapphire weighing

243 A DIAMOND NECKLACE

approximately 23.50 carats, between shoulders decorated

The foliate fringe designed as a graduated series of marquise-cut and pear-shaped diamonds altogether

with geometric motifs accented by round, baguette

weighing approximately 32.00 carats, mounted in

and marquise-cut diamonds, to a slender platinum band,

18k white gold, length 16 1/4 ins

circa 1935

CDN

$20,000–30,000

US

$19,000–28,500

CDN

1 0 1

$11,000–13,000

US

$10,450–12,350


246

245

245 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD ‘ROULETTE’ 246 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT

BRACELET, BY BOODLES

NECKLACE

The wide articulated strap of openwork design from the ‘Roulette’ collection composed of variously sized circular

Set with a cushion-shaped emerald weighing approximately

motifs decorated with round diamonds altogether weighing

3.70 carats, surrounded by heart-shaped and marquise-cut

approximately 6.60 carats, with bar connections, mounted

diamonds, and topped by a pair of heart-shaped diamonds,

in 18k white gold, length 7 ins, signed Boodles, with English

together with a chain of delicate curb linking in white gold

hallmarks for London circa 2011

accented by yellow gold rondelles, in 18k gold, length 15 ins

CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550

CDN

1 0 2

$12,000–15,000

US

$11,400–14,250


247

248

249

247 AN ANTIQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND BOW BROOCH

Designed as a ribbon bow decorated with graduated rows of seed pearls amid old European-cut diamond borders, mounted in platinum, circa 1910 CDN

$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425

248 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND 249 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND RING

EAR CLIPS

The elaborate Toi et Moi design set with a pair of cultured

Set with a pair of cultured pearls measuring approximately 15.5 mm, surrounded by an undulating border of baguette-

pearls each measuring approximately 14.0 mm, amid round

cut and round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

diamond ribbons and foliage, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

CDN

$950–1,140

1 0 3

$1,000–1,500

US

$950–1,425


252

251

251 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

250

Each oval plaque with a stylised ribbon bow of flat knot motif decorated by pavé-set round diamonds between curved ruby channels, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$1,000–1,200

US

$950–1,140

252 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RIBBON BROOCH, 250 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

BY TIFFANY & CO.

The bombé plaque with a stylised ribbon bow of flat knot

Designed as a curled ribbon with fishtail terminals, entirely

motif decorated by pavé-set round diamonds amid curved

pavé-set with round diamonds, mounted in platinum,

ruby channels, mounted in 18k white gold, size 11 1/2

signed Tiffany & Co.

CDN

$1,500–2,500

US

$1,425–2,375

CDN

1 0 4

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700


253

254

253 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD NECKLACE, BY SALVINI

254 A DIAMOND RING

Designed as a series of overlapping angled baton links

Set with a princess-cut diamond weighing approximately

pavé-set with round diamonds altogether weighing

3.60 carats, to a broad band elaborately set throughout

approximately 10.25 carats, mounted in 18k white gold,

with round, baguette-cut and marquise-cut diamonds,

inner circumference 15 ins

mounted in 10k white gold

CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

$14,250–17,100

CDN

1 0 5

$8,000–12,000

US

$7,600–11,400


256

255

256 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FLORAL BROOCH, 255 A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE LINE BRACELET

BY RAYMOND YARD

The continuous course alternating princess-cut diamonds

Fashioned as a floral bouquet with a trio of sapphire and

and square sapphires, mounted in 14k white gold, length

diamond florets, embellished by curled diamond-set tied

7 ins, with two extra links

ribbons, signed Yard, mounted in platinum

CDN

$2,000–2,500

US

$1,900–2,375

CDN

1 0 6

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710


257

257 A SET OF DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND GOLD JEWELS , BY KUTCHINSKY

Including a bracelet designed as a textured braided bombé strap decorated with green and blue enamel and round diamonds, inner circumference 6 1/4 ins; a pair of ear clips en suite and with a brooch of complementary leaf motif, mounted in 18k gold, signed Kutchinsky, with London hallmarks dating 1967 (3) CDN

$10,000–12,000

US

$9,500–11,400

1 0 7


258 260

259

259 TWO GEM-SET AND GOLD BROOCHES

Including a wreath design of overlapping textured ribbons accented at intervals by lines of round diamonds, rubies and sapphires; and a floral design with tiered petals composed of textured wirework scrolls accented by round diamonds and sapphires, each mounted in 18k gold, circa 1965

258 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

CDN

Set with a round diamond weighing 1.37 carats, between a pair of smaller round diamonds together weighing approximately 0.70 carat, mounted in platinum

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

260 A DIAMOND AND GOLD OWL RING

Of whimsical design, the contemplative owl perched on a stylised branch, body, head and wings decorated with

With report 13668605 dated 14 September 2004 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

diamonds and yellow sapphires and tsavorite garnet eyes,

G colour, VS2 clarity

atop a woodgrain textured shank, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$5,500–6,500

US

$5,225–6,175

CDN

1 0 8

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090


261

262 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

262

Set with a modified square brilliant fancy light yellow diamond weighing 1.60 carats, within a diamond-set double frame and bifurcated shoulders, mounted in

261 A LAPIS LAZULI, CULTURED PEARL AND

18k white gold

GOLD NECKLACE, BY LUCAS

The series of lapis lazuli beads alternated with cultured

With report 2136168200 dated 18 May 2012 from the

pearls, between textured wirework connections of organic

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

design, mounted in 18k gold, length 16 1/4 ins, circa 1970

fancy light yellow, natural colour, SI1 clarity

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

CDN

1 0 9

$8,500–10,000

US

$8,075–9,500


263

264

263 A MULTI-COLOURED DIAMOND BRACELET

264 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND

The wide bombé strap of slightly tapering design, set

EAR PENDANTS

throughout with variously-shaped diamonds in shades of

Of chandelier design, set with ten cultured pearls, each of

yellow, pink, orange and brown, the diamonds altogether

approximately 9.0 mm, within panels decorated with round

weighing approximately 37.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold,

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 6.00 carats,

length 6 1/2 ins

mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$28,000–38,000

US

$26,600–36,100

CDN

1 1 0

$6,000–7,000

US

$5,700–6,650


265

265 A SET OF MULTI-COLOURED CULTURED PEARL JEWELS

Including a long single strand necklace comprising 115 cultured pearls graduated from 10.0 to 11.0 mm, in various shades of golden and white, length 51 ins; two pairs of ear studs en suite mounted in 14k white and yellow gold (3) CDN

$13,000–15,000

US

$12,350–14,250

1 1 1


266

268

267

267 A DIAMOND AND GOLD RIVIÈRE NECKLACE

The graduated series alternating smaller and larger round diamonds, within circular links, mounted in 18k gold, length 17 1/4 ins CDN

$10,000–12,000

US

$9,500–11,400

266 A COLOURED DIAMOND ETERNITY RING

Encircled with a row of sixteen square radiant-cut yellow

268 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 5.00 carats,

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

mounted in 18k gold, size 6

2.25 carats, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$8,500–9,500

US

$8,075–9,025

CDN

1 1 2

$4,500–5,500

US

$4,275–5,225


271

269

270

270 A TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND RING

Centering upon an oval tourmaline weighing approximately 2.85 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 1.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDN

$3,400–3,800

US

$3,230–3,610

269 A DIAMOND AND GOLD-PLATED PLATINUM 271 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS

BRACELET

The crossover design with curved rows of round and

Designed as half hoops composed of a series of channel-set

baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately

twin round diamonds, altogether weighing approximately

13.50 carats, mounted in gold-plated platinum, length 6 1/4 ins

7.00 carats, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$13,000–16,000

US

$12,350–15,200

CDN

1 1 3

$11,000–13,000

US

$10,450–12,350


273

274

272

272 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH

Designed as an openwork crescent embellished by a raised garland of floral and foliate motifs, decorated throughout with old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and 14k gold, circa 1860 CDN

$5,000–6,000

US

$4,750–5,700

273 A TWIN-STONE DIAMOND AND PLATINUM 274 A THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING

RING

Set with a trio of round diamonds together weighing

The Toi et Moi design set with a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 2.75 carats, the curved

approximately 1.50 carats, to the finely pierced and

shoulders accented by small round diamonds, mounted

millegrained gallery accented by small round diamonds,

in platinum

mounted in platinum, circa 1935

CDN

$7,000–8,000

US

CDN

$6,650–7,600

1 1 4

$2,000–2,500

US

$1,900–2,375


275

276

275 A LADY’S ART DECO DIAMOND, ONYX, PLATINUM AND GOLD WRISTWATCH

The tonneau shaped case accented by rows of rose-cut diamonds and calibré-cut onyx, centering a cream dial with

276 AN ART NOUVEAU DIAMOND, SILVER

Roman numerals, manual winding movement, by Cartier,

AND GOLD BROOCH

and joined to later added lugs and a mesh strap accented

The stylised trefoil motif with knife-edge accents and

by six old European-cut diamonds and bars of tiny rose-cut

suspending a double finial drop, decorated with old

diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, length

mine-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and 18k gold,

6 1/4 ins, French assay marks, circa 1920

circa 1890

CDN

$1,600–2,000

US

$1,520–1,900

CDN

1 1 5

$1,800–2,000

US

$1,710–1,900


278

279

277

278 A PAIR OF RUBELLITE TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Suspending a pair of pear-shaped rubellite tourmaline cabochons together weighing approximately 10.20 carats, from floral clusters of round diamonds totalling approximately 2.15 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

277 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

$2,800–3,600

US

$2,660–3,420

279 A PINK SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT

Set with a cushion-shaped emerald weighing approximately

The pear-shaped openwork plaque decorated with a

1.15 carats, flanked by a pair of pear-shaped old European-

ground of undulating pavé-set pink sapphires and tiny

cut diamonds together weighing approximately 2.90 carats,

round diamond trim, suspending from a bombé surmount,

mounted in platinum

concealed double bail to the reverse, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

CDN

1 1 6

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


281

280

281 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Centering a squared emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 3.05 carats, decorated above and below

280 A JADEITE, AMETHYST AND GOLD FLORAL BROOCH

by round and baguette-cut diamonds in a geometric

The large flowerhead with carved violet jadeite petals

flared pattern and flanked by stepped baguette-cut

centering a suspended looping cluster of facetted amethyst

diamonds and a pair of rectangular emeralds,

beads and textured 14k gold beads

mounted in platinum

CDN

$900–1,000

US

$855–950

CDN

1 1 7

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650


283

285

282

282 A STAR SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BALLERINA RING

Centering upon an oval star sapphire weighing 15.69 carats, surrounded by undulating rows of round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum With report GRS2011-110352T dated 28 November 2011

283 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM NECKLACE

from GemResearch Swisslab stating that gemmological testing

The fore embellished by curled ribbons, floral motifs

revealed characteristics corresponding to those of a natural

and suspended drops, decorated throughout with

sapphire from Sri Lanka. No indication of thermal treatment. CDN

$12,000–15,000

US

round diamonds, joined to a cylinder linking chain,

$11,400–14,250

mounted in platinum, length 17 3/4 ins CDN

1 1 8

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750


284

285 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD EAR CLIPS

The slightly bombé octagonal plaques centered by a pair of cut-cornered princess-cut diamonds together weighing 1.40 carats, surrounded by emerald-cut diamonds totalling approximately 11.45 carats in a stepped brick pattern and cross motif, mounted in 18k white gold 286

With dossier 5141443979 dated 7 February 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is D colour, VVS2 clarity With dossier 5116286749 dated 19 June 2010 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

284 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND BRACELET/BROOCH

D colour, VVS1 clarity

The four strands comprising eighty cultured pearls of 6.5

CDN

$12,500–15,000

US

$11,875–14,250

to 7.0 mm, accented by a quartet of floret clusters set with small round diamonds atop knife-edge spacers, and joined

286 A DIAMOND RING

to a floral clasp decorated with round and marquise-cut

The stepped design centering a round diamond weighing

diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately

approximately 1.15 carats and decorated by a trio of tiered

5.25 carats, the clasp detachable to wear as a brooch,

flaring rows of round diamonds, accented by baguette-cut

mounted in 14k white gold, length 6 1/2 ins

diamond shoulders, mounted in 14k white gold

CDN

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800

CDN

1 1 9

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700


287

288

287 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING

Set with an old mine-cut diamond weighing 2.53 carats, between a pair of baguette-cut diamonds, the gallery and shoulders decorated with small round diamonds, to a platinum band entirely chased with foliate and crossover ribbon motifs, size 10 1/4, circa 1935

288 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

With report 14587795 dated 8 August 2005 from the

The single strand comprising twenty-seven cultured pearls

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

graduated from 16.0 to 15.0 mm, and joined to a pavé-set

I colour, VS2 clarity

diamond ball clasp, in 18k white gold, length 18 ins

CDN

$19,000–22,000

US

$18,050–20,900

CDN

1 2 0

$26,000–30,000

US

$24,700–28,500


291

290

289

290 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND DUCK BROOCH/PENDANT

The whimsical design of a sporty duck playing golf, with baroque cultured pearls for head and body, sapphire eyes, diamond-set tail feathers, stylised arms and driver head, pendant loop to the reverse, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$2,200–2,600

US

$2,090–2,470

291 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS 289 A DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

Set with a pair of cultured pearls, each measuring

Comprising forty-one squared emerald-cut diamonds

approximately 13.7 mm, surrounded by round diamonds

altogether weighing approximately 13.80 carats, mounted

altogether weighing approximately 4.00 carats, mounted

in 18k white gold, length 7 ins

in 18k white gold

CDN

$20,000–26,000

US

$19,000–24,700

CDN

1 2 1

$6,500–7,000

US

$6,175–6,650


293

292

292 A SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BRACELET

The graduated row of emerald-cut sapphires totalling

293 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD LEAF

approximately 7.40 carats, alternated by diamond-set

EAR PENDANTS

bar connectors, joined to knife-edge linking, mounted

Fashioned as a pair of openwork curved leaves entirely

in platinum, length 6 ins, circa 1940

decorated with round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

CDN

1 2 2

$3,500–4,000

US

$3,325–3,800


295

296

295 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND BEE BROOCH

Designed as a stylised bee with old mine and rose-cut

294

diamond body and wings, tiny ruby eyes, mounted in silver and 18k gold, late 19th century CDN

$1,800–3,000

US

$1,710–2,850

294 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD ROSE BROOCH

Modelled as a single rose with a pistil of round diamonds,

296 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

pavé-set diamond bombé petals and stem, the border and

Set with an oval sapphire weighing 18.73 carats, between

stem further accented by small marquise-cut diamond

a pair of trilliant-cut diamonds together weighing approximately

leaves, mounted in 18k white gold

1.65 carats, mounted in platinum

CDN

$4,000–6,000

US

$3,800–5,700

CDN

1 2 3

$85,000–100,000

US

$80,750–95,000


298

297

299

298 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EAR CLIPS

Set with a pair of cultured pearls of approximately 11.7 mm, decorated by a surround of asymmetrical tiers of marquise-cut, baguette-cut and round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold CDN

297 A DIAMOND RING

Set with a princess-cut diamond weighing 3.04 carats, between a pair of rectangular diamonds and channels of

$4,400–5,000

US

$4,180–4,750

299 A MULTI-COLOURED CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND MOUSE BROOCH

smaller princess-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold

The whimsical trio of frolicsome mice with white, golden

With report 104048908003 dated 16 December 2010

and black baroque cultured pearl bodies and heads,

from the American Gem Society Laboratories stating that

sapphire and ruby eyes, diamond-set ears and tails,

the diamond is F colour and VS2 clarity

mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$35,000–40,000

US

$33,250–38,000

CDN

1 2 4

$1,800–2,200

US

$1,710–2,090


301

300

302

300 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

The navette-shaped openwork plaque of slightly bombé design, decorated with marquise-cut, baguette-cut and round diamonds totalling approximately 2.50 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1930 CDN

$1,500–1,800

US

$1,425–1,710

301 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD RING

Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately

302 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD

4.20 carats, between a pair of trilliant-cut diamonds

EARRINGS

together weighing approximately 1.50 carats, accented by

The slightly tapering hoops entirely pavé-set with round

small round diamond frames and embellished shoulders,

diamonds altogether weighing approximately 6.15 carats,

mounted in 18k white gold

mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$25,000–30,000

US

$23,750–28,500

CDN

1 2 5

$6,000–7,000

US

$5,700–6,650


304

305

304 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND COLOURED

303

DIAMOND EARRINGS

The cluster motifs centering a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 2.05 carats, surrounded by variously-shaped pink diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.40 carats, mounted in 18k red gold CDN

303 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a radiant-cut fancy pink diamond weighing 0.90 carat, between a pair of radiant-cut diamonds,

$11,000–15,000

US

$10,450–14,250

305 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

The stylised leaf motif amid scrolling coiled ribbon sashes

mounted in platinum and 14k gold

and with a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately

With report 11336330 dated 16 November 2000 from the

0.85 carat, decorated throughout with smaller pear-shaped,

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

round, marquise and baguette-cut diamonds totalling

fancy pink, natural colour

approximately 14.10 carats, mounted in platinum

CDN

$32,000–40,000

US

$30,400–38,000

CDN

1 2 6

$8,000–10,000

US

$7,600–9,500


308

307

306

306 A DIAMOND RING

Set with a marquise-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.20 carats, flanked on either side by a tapered baguette-cut diamond, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$7,000–9,000

US

$6,650–8,550

307 A DIAMOND AND COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Of Toi et Moi motif, the crossover design set with a pear-shaped fancy pink diamond weighing 0.43 carat and a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately

308 A PAIR OF BELLE ÉPOQUE AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM EAR PENDANTS

0.40 carat, each within a border of small round diamonds,

Suspending a pair of aquamarine briolette drops together

mounted in platinum and 18k gold

weighing approximately 32.00 carats, with diamond-set

With report 5121591429 dated 24 September 2010 from

caps and rondelles, from dainty wirework and diamond

the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond

surmounts, mounted in platinum, French assay marks,

is fancy pink, natural colour, SI1 clarity

circa 1910

CDN

$20,000–24,000

US

$19,000–22,800

CDN

1 2 7

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


309

310

309 A DIAMOND AND GOLD NECKLACE, BY TIFFANY & CO.

The articulated series of motifs designed as a long fluted

311

ribbon gathered at intervals by trios of round diamonds, in 18k gold, length 16 1/2 ins, signed T & Co., with original box CDN

$4,600–5,000

US

$4,370–4,750 311 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with an oval fancy light pink diamond weighing

310 AN UNMOUNTED COLOURED DIAMOND

1.32 carats, flanked by a pair of moon-shaped diamonds,

The heart-shaped fancy deep orangy pink diamond measuring 4.65 mm by 5.64 mm by 3.35 mm and

and accented throughout with small round diamonds,

weighing 0.58 carat

mounted in platinum

With report 16814064 dated 30 January 2008 from the

With report 2145719242 dated 17 July 2012 from the

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is

fancy deep orangy pink, natural colour

fancy light pink, natural colour, VVS1 clarity

CDN

$28,000–32,000

US

$26,600–30,400

CDN

1 2 8

$80,000–85,000

US

$76,000–80,750


313

312

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

The filigree crochet-inspired design fashioned as a flowerhead

314

with diamond-set pistil amid corded wirework petals, to the textured stem and diamond-set leaves, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed VCA, France CDN

$3,000–3,400

US

$2,850–3,230

313 A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND GOLD EAR CLIPS , BY BOUCHERON

The angular design with polished mitre-shaped link suspending a slightly larger link accented by pavé-set

314 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Boucheron

Set with a round diamond weighing approximately

and numbered A018-176, French assay mark

1.55 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold

CDN

$1,400–1,600

US

$1,330–1,520

CDN

1 2 9

$6,000–8,000

US

$5,700–7,600


317

315

316

316 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM RING , BY RYRIE-BIRKS

Set with a transition-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, accented by a finely pierced and millegrained gallery and shoulders decorated by small diamonds, to a slender band, mounted in platinum, circa 1930

315 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

CDN

Set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 8.07 carats, within an undulating frame of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

$1,800–2,400

US

$1,710–2,280

317 A PAIR OF RUBY AND DIAMOND LEAF EAR CLIPS

Of foliate and flower bud motif, each set with a cushion-

With report 1152707995 dated 8 October 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an

shaped ruby weighing approximately 1.85 carats, from a

expert opinion that the geographic origin of this natural ruby

curved stem set with a baguette-cut diamond channel to

is Thailand. Indications of heating.

twin pavé-set diamond leaves, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$75,000–100,000

US

$71,250–95,000

CDN

1 3 0

$4,000–5,000

US

$3,800–4,750


318

319

318 AN ANTIQUE DIAMOND, PLATINUM AND GOLD

319 A NATURAL PEARL AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a natural pearl measuring 12.4 mm by 10.4 mm

LEAF BROOCH

by 8.2 mm, amid a teardrop frame of round, pear-shaped,

Designed as a spray of seven leaves with curving knife-edge

square and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum

stems on an elongated branch, accented with a petite leaflet to the diamond-set terminal, set throughout with old mine

With report 2155656800 dated 23 September 2013 from

and rose-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately

the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearl,

6.00 carats, mounted in platinum and 14k gold, circa 1895

saltwater origin

CDN

$3,200–4,200

US

$3,040–3,990

CDN

1 3 1

$8,000–12,000

US

$7,600–11,400


320

321

320 A LADY’S DIAMOND AND STAINLESS STEEL WRISTWATCH, BY DIOR

The circular case encircled by round diamonds, mother-of-pearl dial, diamond-set crown, quartz movement, and joined to a black strap with diamond-set

322

buckle, in stainless steel, with original box CDN

$800–1,100

US

$760–1,045

321 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD ‘HAPPY SPIRIT’ WRISTWATCH, BY CHOPARD

With graduated elongated rectangular frames accented

322 AN EMERALD, DIAMOND AND ONYX RING

by precision-set round diamonds, the case enclosing two

The wide tapering band centering an emerald-cut emerald

smaller floating diamond-set frames and a single diamond

weighing approximately 3.00 carats, amid a border of round

bezel, with black dial, quartz movement, and completed

diamonds, to a bombé onyx ground, mounted in 18k white

by a black leather strap, in 18k white gold

gold, size 7

CDN

$14,000–16,000

US

$13,300–15,200

CDN

1 3 2

$3,000–4,000

US

$2,850–3,800


324

323

324 A GENTLEMAN’S WHITE GOLD AUTOMATIC , CALENDAR AND POWER RESERVE WRISTWATCH, BY VACHERON CONSTANTIN

From the ‘Les Complications Power Reserve’ collection,

323 A LADY’S DIAMOND AND STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC WRISTWATCH, BY CHOPARD

the circular case with engine turned silvered dial with

The circular case decorated with pavé-set round diamonds,

applied Roman numerals, subsidiary dials indicating

black dial with applied Roman numerals, luminescent hands,

constant seconds and day of the month, power reserve

three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, 30-minute

sector, transparent case back, quick-set date function,

and 12-hour registers, date aperture, automatic movement,

automatic movement, completed by a black leather strap,

and joined to a pink leather strap, in stainless steel

in 18k white gold, with original box

CDN

$8,000–9,000

US

$7,600–8,550

CDN

1 3 3

$10,000–12,000

US

$9,500–11,400


327

325

326

326 A DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD LINE BRACELET

The highly articulated strap designed with a continuous course of thirty-three round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 17.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 ins

325 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

CDN

The oval fancy purple-pink diamond weighing 1.01 carats, framed by tiny round diamonds and surrounded by a border of oval diamonds, to a diamond-set band,

$28,000–32,000

US

$26,600–30,400

327 AN ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PENDANT

mounted in 18k white and pink gold

Of trefoil motif, the openwork plaque set with a trio of

With report 1139493785 dated 28 June 2012 from the

round diamonds weighing approximately 1.40 carats, 1.45

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond

carats and 1.65 carats, further decorated with diamond-set

is fancy purple-pink, natural colour, SI2 clarity

scrolling motifs, mounted in platinum, circa 1935

CDN

$44,000–55,000

US

$41,800–52,250

CDN

1 3 4

$25,000–30,000

US

$23,750–28,500


328

328 A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

The single strand comprising twenty-five cultured pearls graduated from 19.0 to 16.0 mm and joined to a pavé-set diamond ball clasp, in 18k white gold, length 18 ins CDN

$60,000–70,000

US

$57,000–66,500

1 3 5


329

329

329 A SET OF DIAMOND AND WHITE GOLD JEWELS

Including a necklace designed with two baguette-cut diamond channels centered by double rows of invisibly-set princess-cut diamonds; a bracelet, an eternity ring and a pair of ear clips en suite, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 82.35 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, necklace inner circumference 17 1/2 ins, bracelet length 7 ins, ring size 7, with fitted box (4) CDN

$110,000–130,000

US

$104,500–123,500

1 3 6


329

1 3 7


331

330

332

331 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

Set with a pair of round diamonds together weighing 4.03 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDN

$40,000–46,000

US

$38,000–43,700

330 A DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ‘GRACE’ RING , 332 A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING

BY TIFFANY & CO.

Set with a princess-cut diamond weighing 2.16 carats, to

Set with an emerald-cut tanzanite weighing approximately

diamond-set slender shoulders, mounted in platinum, signed

12.25 carats, flanked by a pair of moon-shaped diamonds

Tiffany & Co. and numbered 29237239, with original box

together weighing approximately 0.75 carat, mounted

CDN

$15,000–20,000

US

in platinum

$14,250–19,000

CDN

1 3 8

$9,000–12,000

US

$8,550–11,400


333

333

333 A SET OF TANZANITE AND DIAMOND JEWELS

Including a necklace suspending a heart-shaped tanzanite weighing approximately 34.90 carats, surrounded by round diamonds, and joined to a graduated course of round diamonds, length 16 1/4 ins; and a pair of ear pendants en suite, each set with a heart-shaped tanzanite, together weighing approximately 22.70 carats, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 18.20 carats, mounted in 18k white gold (2) CDN

$60,000–70,000

US

$57,000–66,500

1 3 9


336

335

335 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Set with a cushion-shaped fancy light yellow diamond weighing 3.82 carats, with a conforming frame and shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold 334

With report 1152448628 dated 22 May 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy light yellow, natural colour, VVS2 clarity CDN

$30,000–40,000

US

$28,500–38,000

336 A PAIR OF COLOURED DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

Each suspending a drop-shaped bombé form centered by pink diamonds surrounded by yellow diamonds and lines

334 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

The wide tapering band set with a round diamond

of small round diamonds, from diamond cluster surmounts,

weighing approximately 3.50 carats, mounted in

the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 12.65 carats,

18k white and yellow gold, size 9 3/4

mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$20,000–30,000

US

$19,000–28,500

CDN

1 4 0

$15,000–22,000

US

$14,250–20,900


337

338

337 A RETRO GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

338 A DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND GOLD RING

The broad spring-mounted band composed of highly

The broad fluted band set with an emerald-cut diamond

sculpted 18k gold scrolls, inner circumference 7 1/4 ins,

weighing approximately 8.10 carats, accented on either side

circa 1950

by a row of square sapphires, mounted in 18k gold

CDN

$5,000–7,000

US

$4,750–6,650

CDN

1 4 1

$40,000–60,000

US

$38,000–57,000


340

341

339

340 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

Designed as a continuous series alternating round sapphires

339 A FINE AND RARE SAPPHIRE RING

and round diamonds, mounted in platinum, length 6 3/4 ins

Set with a cushion-shaped buff-top sapphire weighing

CDN

5.09 carats, mounted in 14k white gold With report 1142625126 dated 17 April 2012 from the

$2,500–3,000

US

$2,375–2,850

341 A PAIR OF DIAMOND EAR STUDS

Set with a pair of round diamonds together weighing

Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this sapphire is Kashmir.

3.02 carats, each within a frame of tiny round diamonds,

No indications of heating.

mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$60,000–80,000

US

$57,000–76,000

CDN

1 4 2

$25,000–35,000

US

$23,750–33,250


342

343

342 A DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND ENAMEL FLORAL BROOCH, BY TIFFANY & CO.

343 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

The highly sculpted design with a trio of flowerheads

The continuous course alternating a series of sapphires

centered by cabochon sapphires and small diamonds,

totalling approximately 5.35 carats, and diamonds altogether

to the light blue enamel petals and coiled stems, mounted

weighing approximately 2.90 carats, mounted in 18k gold,

in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & Co.

length 7 1/4 ins, circa 1981

CDN

$2,500–3,000

US

$2,375–2,850

CDN

1 4 3

$2,200–2,800

US

$2,090–2,660


345

344

345 A COLOURED DIAMOND RING

Centering a cushion-shaped fancy intense yellow diamond weighing 5.65 carats, the frame, gallery and band entirely decorated with round diamonds, mounted in platinum

344 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

Set with an emerald-cut sapphire weighing 12.36 carats,

With report 2125219514 dated 3 August 2010 from the

flanked by a pair of epaulette-cut diamonds, mounted

Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond

in platinum

is fancy intense yellow, natural colour, internally flawless

CDN

$100,000–110,000

US

$95,000–104,500

CDN

1 4 4

$110,000–130,000

US

$104,500–123,500


346

346 A DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING

Set with a round diamond weighing 5.26 carats, mounted in a slender platinum band With report 1142517561 dated 17 April 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is D colour, VS2 clarity CDN

$200,000–230,000

US

$190,000–218,500

1 4 5


349

348

347

347 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BRACELET

The fringe of four heart-shaped cabochon emeralds altogether weighing approximately 9.30 carats, joined to a curved row of round and marquise-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 8.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 1/4 ins CDN

$15,000–18,000

US

349 A PAIR OF EMERALD AND DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS

$14,250–17,100

Of en negligée design, each suspending a large and a small heart-shaped cabochon emerald, from lines of round

348 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING

Set with a heart-shaped cabochon emerald weighing

diamonds topped by trios of marquise-cut diamond leaves,

approximately 4.20 carats, surrounded by marquise-cut

the emeralds altogether weighing approximately 16.30

and round diamonds altogether weighing approximately

carats, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately

1.15 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

2.45 carats, mounted in 18k white gold

CDN

$3,200–4,000

US

$3,040–3,800

CDN

1 4 6

$9,500–11,000

US

$9,025–10,450


350

350 AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

Designed as a scalloped fringe of heart-shaped cabochon emeralds totalling approximately 20.75 carats, suspending from curving lines of marquise-cut and round diamonds, to the round diamond line necklet, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 21.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 3/4 ins With report CDC0810053 dated 14 October 2008 from C. Dunaigre Consulting stating that the gemstones show gemological properties consistent with those of emeralds from Colombia. Indications of clarity enhancement. CDN

$22,000–26,000

US

$20,900–24,700 END OF SESSION ONE 1 4 7


352

353

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

351

ANTIQUE PEARL, DIAMOND

GOLD RING

AND 10K GOLD STICK PIN

CDN $400–600

CDN $400–600

354

355

LAPIS LAZULI AND 14K GOLD NECKLACE, EAR CLIPS

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

ANTIQUE EMERALD,

AND RING (3)

GOLD RING AND BAND (2)

DIAMOND, SILVER AND

CDN $700–900

CDN $600–800

18K GOLD RING CDN $600–800

356

357

358

359

TWO PAIRS OF 18K GOLD

THREE UNMOUNTED

AMETHYST, MOONST ONE

EAR PENDANTS, ALYEA

T OURMALINES

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

CDN $600–800

CDN $12,000–15,000

EAR PENDANTS

RING

CDN $800–900

CDN $800–1,200

360

361

362

AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND

363

GOLD PENDANT WAT CH

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

ANTIQUE PEARL, RUBY,

AND CHAIN,

RING

18K WHITE GOLD

DIAMOND, SPINEL,

TIFFANY & CO.

CDN $800–1,200

WRISTWAT CH

PLATINUM AND 18K GOLD

CDN $900–1,200

BRACELET

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,500 1 4 8

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


364

365

LADY’S STAINLESS STEEL

JADEITE AND 10K GOLD

AND 18K GOLD ‘COUGAR’

RING

WRISTWAT CH, CARTIER

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,500

366

367

368

CULTURED PEARL,

CULTURED PEARL,

SET OF MALACHITE AND 14K GOLD JEWELS (4)

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

CDN $1,200–1,700

GOLD EAR PENDANTS

AND 18K GOLD BRACELET

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,200–1,500

369

370

371

372

TWO DIAMOND AND GOLD

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

T OURMALINE, DIAMOND

DIAMOND AND WHITE

RINGS

GOLD RING

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

GOLD NECKLACE

CDN $1,300–1,600

CDN $1,500–1,800

RING

CDN $2,000–2,400

CDN $1,800–2,800

373

374

375

376

GEM-SET, ENAMEL,

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 18K

UNMOUNTED 9.29-CARAT

SILVER AND 14K GOLD

HEART EAR CLIPS

WHITE GOLD RING

OVAL TANZANITE

CUFFLINKS

CDN $3,000–4,000

CDN $3,000–3,600

CDN $4,000–4,500

CDN $2,000–2,600

1 4 9


378

377

379

BLUE T OPAZ, DIAMOND

ANTIQUE 14K GOLD

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

POCKET WAT CH,

RING

WALTHAM, CIRCA 1890

CDN $500–700

CDN $600–800

380

381

CULTURED PEARL, DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE GOLD

TWO PAIRS OF EARRINGS

THREE JEWELS

BRACELET

AND AN ANTIQUE

CDN $400–600

CDN $600–800

BROOCH (3) CDN $600–800

382

383

384

385

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

UNMOUNTED 18.74-CARAT

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

DIAMOND AND 14K

GOLD RING

GREEN T OURMALINE

18K WHITE GOLD RING

WHITE GOLD EAR STUDS

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–1,000

CDN $700–900

CDN $800–1,200

386

387

388

389

MULTI-STRAND BIWA

JADEITE, DIAMOND AND

18K GOLD BRACELET

OPAL AND 14K WHITE

PEARL AND 18K GOLD

10K WHITE GOLD RING

CDN $1,000–1,500

GOLD RING

NECKLACE

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,200

1 5 0

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


390

391

MOONST ONE, CULTURED

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

PEARL AND 18K GOLD

RING, TIFFANY & CO.

BROOCH

CDN $1,300–1,600

CDN $1,200–1,500

392

393

394

14K GOLD WRISTWAT CH,

RETRO AQUAMARINE

LADY’S 18K GOLD WRISTWAT CH, BOUCHERON

CONCORD

AND 18K GOLD RING,

CDN $1,700–2,000

CDN $1,300–1,600

CIRCA 1950 CDN $1,500–1,800

395

396

397

398

THREE GEM-SET AND 14K

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND

DIAMOND AND 14K

ENAMEL, DIAMOND,

GOLD RINGS

14K WHITE GOLD RING

WHITE GOLD HEART

CULTURED PEARL AND

AND EARRINGS (2)

NECKLACE

18K GOLD PENDANT,

CDN $1,800–2,600

CDN $1,800–2,200

FABERGÉ, GERMANY

CDN $1,600–2,000

CDN $1,800–2,000

399

400

401

402

14K GOLD NECKLACE,

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 18K

HANS HANSEN

GOLD RING AND BAND (2)

RING AND BAND (2)

WHITE GOLD EAR STUDS

CDN $1,800–2,200

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $2,600–3,000

CDN $3,000–3,600

1 5 1


404

403

405

UNMOUNTED 4.58-CARAT

GEM-SET AND 18K GOLD

SAPPHIRE

GOOSE BROOCH

CDN $400–600

CDN $600–700

406

407

STERLING SILVER NECKLACE, GEORG JENSEN

FIVE PAIRS OF

TWO DIAMOND RINGS

CDN $600–800

CUFFLINKS AND SEVEN

CDN $400–600

TUXEDO STUDS CDN $600–800

408

409

410

411

14K GOLD POCKET WAT CH,

JADEITE, DIAMOND AND

PEARL, DIAMOND AND

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

MONOPOL

14K WHITE GOLD RING

PLATINUM EAR PENDANTS

18K GOLD PENDANT

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–900

CDN $800–1,000

CDN $1,000–1,500

412

413

414

415

DIAMOND, RUBY,

THREE-ST ONE DIAMOND

RUBY AND 18K GOLD

ENAMEL, SILVER AND

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

RING

STEEL AUT OMATIC

14K GOLD BEETLE

RING

CDN $1,000–1,500

WRISTWAT CH, MONTBLANC

BROOCH

CDN $1,000–1,200

GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS

CDN $1,100–1,400

CDN $1,000–1,200 1 5 2

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


416

417

TWO PAIRS OF DIAMOND

DIAMOND, ONYX AND 18K

AND 18K GOLD EARRINGS,

WHITE GOLD EAR CLIPS

TIFFANY & CO., AND

CDN $1,200–1,500

MOUAWAD CDN $1,200–1,500

418

419

420

18K GOLD BRACELET

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

COLLECTION OF THIRTY-ONE UNMOUNTED OPALS

CDN $1,300–1,600

RING

CDN $5,000–7,000

CDN $1,500–1,800

421

422

423

424

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

CULTURED PEARL,

CULTURED PEARL,

GOLD RING AND BAND (2)

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

CDN $1,600–1,800

GOLD BROOCH

GOLD EAR CLIPS

EAR CLIPS

CDN $1,800–2,200

CDN $1,800–2,000

CDN $2,000–2,500

425

426

427

RUBELLITE T OURMALINE,

428

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

UNMOUNTED 5.66-CARAT

DIAMOND AND 18K

RING AND BAND (2)

OVAL TANZANITE

WHITE GOLD CRUCIFORM

18K WHITE GOLD

CDN $2,200–2,800

CDN $2,500–3,000

PENDANT

WRISTWAT CH,

CDN $3,000–4,000

PATEK PHILIPPE

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

CDN $1,500–2,000 1 5 3


430

431

CARNELIAN AND 14K

MALACHITE AND 14K

GOLD BROOCH

GOLD CUFFLINKS AND

CDN $250–350

TIE-TAC (2) CDN $500–700

429

432

433

DIAMOND, BRONZE COIN AND 18K GOLD CHOKER

JADEITE, DIAMOND AND

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 14K

NECKLACE, BULGARI

PLATINUM PENDANT

WHITE GOLD RING

CDN $3,000–4,000

CDN $500–800

CDN $600–800

434

435

436

437

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

DIAMOND AND TWO-T ONE

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

COLOURED DIAMOND

RING, BRINKHAUS

18K GOLD RING

AND 18K GOLD RING

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

CDN $600–800

CDN $600–800

CDN $700–900

RING CDN $700–900

438

439

440

441

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

GENTLEMAN’S SEMI-

RING, CIRCA 1920

14K GOLD RING

BLACK OPAL AND 18K

AND 10K WHITE GOLD

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–900

GOLD RING

EAR PENDANTS

CDN $750–850

CDN $800–900

1 5 4

AMETHYST, DIAMOND

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


442

443

CULTURED PEARL,

CORAL AND 14K GOLD

DIAMOND AND 18K

RING AND EAR CIPS (2)

WHITE GOLD BRACELET

CDN $1,000–1,400

CDN $1,000–1,200

444

445

446

18K GOLD NECKLACE

DOUBLE STRAND PEARL

CULTURED PEARL AND 18K GOLD NECKLACE AND

CDN $1,000–1,400

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

RING (2), ALYEA

NECKLACE

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $1,000–2,000

447

448

449

450

LADY’S DIAMOND,

UNMOUNTED 0.82-CARAT

GOLD POCKET WAT CH,

DIAMOND, EMERALD AND

PLATINUM AND 14K WHITE

OVAL DIAMOND

CHAIN, ACCESSORIES AND

19K GOLD BROOCH,

GOLD WRISTWAT CH

CDN $1,800–2,200

KNIFE (NOT ILLUSTRATED)

CIRCA 1940

CDN $2,000–2,400

CDN $2,000–2,400

CDN $1,600–1,800

451

452

453

454

GEM-SET AND 18K WHITE

STERLING SILVER

RUBY, DIAMOND AND

GOLD DRAGONFLY RING

BROOCH, GEORG JENSEN

18K GOLD BROOCH

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $100–200

CDN $3,000–4,000

RING

STAR SAPPHIRE,

CDN $4,000–5,000

1 5 5


456

457

YELLOW SAPPHIRE,

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

DIAMOND AND 18K

GOLD EAR STUDS

WHITE GOLD RING

CDN $400–600

CDN $300–500

455

458

459

STERLING SILVER ‘ATLAS’ BANGLE, RING AND EAR

IVORY AND 14K GOLD

AQUAMARINE AND 14K

CLIPS (3), TIFFANY & CO.

BANGLE BRACELET AND

WHITE GOLD RING

CDN $200–300

EARRINGS (2)

CDN $500–700

CDN $400–600

460

461

462

463

ANTIQUE DIAMOND,

18K GOLD AND TURQUOISE ENAMEL AND 18K GOLD

STAINLESS STEEL

SPLIT-PEARL, SILVER

NECKLACE AND EAR

LOCKET WITH 10K GOLD

‘MUST DE CARTIER 21’

AND 18K GOLD RING

PENDANTS (2)

NECKLACE

WRISTWAT CH, CARTIER

CDN $600–800

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–1,000

464

465

466

467

ANTIQUE 14K GOLD

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

JADEITE AND 18K GOLD

TWO GEM-SET AND GOLD

BANGLE BRACELET

PLATINUM WRISTWAT CH,

BRACELET

RINGS

CDN $700–900

OMEGA

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $800–1,200

1 5 6

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


468

469

TWO GOLD BRACELETS

18K GOLD RING, BROOCH

CDN $1,100–1,400

AND NECKLACE (3) CDN $1,200–1,700

470

471

472

TWO DIAMOND AND 18K

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

FIVE ANTIQUE GOLD JEWELS

WHITE GOLD ETERNITY

14K WHITE GOLD

CDN $1,200–1,500

RINGS

WRISTWAT CH

CDN $2,000–2,600

CDN $2,000–3,000

473

474

475

476

CITRINE, DIAMOND AND

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

TWO-T ONE 18K GOLD

BROOCH/PENDANT,

GOLD EAR CLIPS

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

RING

CIRCA 1920

CDN $2,200–2,600

RING, PROSPER

CDN $2,000–2,600

CDN $2,000–2,500

477

478

AMETHYST, DIAMOND

CDN $2,400–2,800

479

480

CULTURED PEARL,

PINK SAPPHIRE,

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

DIAMOND AND WHITE

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

RING

GOLD EAR STUDS

RING

GOLD RING

CDN $4,000–6,000

CDN $4,800–5,500

CDN $3,000–3,500

CDN $4,000–4,600

1 5 7


482

483

SIX ANTIQUE GOLD

481

AMETHYST AND 14K GOLD

JEWELS

NECKLACE

CDN $600–800

CDN $600–800

484

485

SET OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND JEWELS (2)

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

CULTURED PEARL,

CDN $600–800

RING

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

CDN $700–1,000

RING CDN $700–900

486

487

488

489

BOULDER OPAL AND 14K

BLISTER PEARL,

JADEITE, DIAMOND AND

JADEITE AND DIAMOND

WHITE GOLD RING

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND

TWO-T ONE 14K GOLD

BROOCH

14K WHITE GOLD TURTLE

BROOCH/PENDANT

CDN $800–1,000

BROOCH

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $700–900

CDN $800–1,200

490

491

492

493

PINK T OPAZ, DIAMOND

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

ANTIQUE EMERALD,

LADY’S 18K GOLD

AND 18K GOLD RING

RING

DIAMOND, PLATINUM

WRISTWAT CH, GUBELIN

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,500

AND 18K GOLD BAR

CDN $1,200–1,400

BROOCH CDN $1,000–1,500 1 5 8

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


494

495

DIAMOND SOLITAIRE

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

AND PLATINUM RING

NECKLACE

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,400–1,600

496

497

498

ANTIQUE AQUAMARINE,

MULTI-GEM AND 14K

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE GOLD NECKLACE

DIAMOND, SILVER AND

GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

CDN $3,000–4,000

18K GOLD BROOCH

CDN $1,400–1,800

CDN $1,400–1,700

499

500

501

502

ONYX AND 18K GOLD

AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND

COLLECTION OF

AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND

NECKLACE AND

AND 14K GOLD RING

DIAMOND AND GOLD

AND 18K GOLD RING

BRACELET (2)

CDN $1,600–2,000

STICK PINS (20)

CDN $2,000–2,500

CDN $1,500–2,000

503

CDN $1,800–2,200

504

505

506

CULTURED PEARL,

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

UNMOUNTED 7.17-CARAT

DIAMOND AND 18K

GOLD RING

ETERNITY RING

OVAL TANZANITE

WHITE GOLD BROOCH

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $1,500–1,800

CDN $3,000–3,500

CDN $2,000–2,600

1 5 9


508

509

ANTIQUE SPLIT-PEARL,

507

BLACK OPAL, DIAMOND

DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

10K GOLD RING

RING

CDN $400–600

CDN $500–700

510

511

ANTIQUE SET OF HARDST ONE CAMEO AND

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

ANTIQUE DIAMOND AND

14K GOLD JEWELS (2)

AND 14K GOLD RING

18K GOLD BROOCH,

CDN $600–800

CDN $600–800

CIRCA 1860 CDN $300–400

512

513

514

515

ENAMEL, GEM-SET AND

CULTURED PEARL,

CULTURED PEARL,

JADEITE, OPAL AND

18K GOLD FLORAL

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

24K GOLD NECKLACE

BROOCH/PENDANT

GOLD RING

RING

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $600–900

CDN $600–800

CDN $800–1,200

516

517

518

519

CULTURED PEARL, PINK

LAPIS LAZULI, DIAMOND

GENTLEMAN’S 18K GOLD

TURQUOISE, DIAMOND

T OURMALINE, DIAMOND

AND 18K GOLD PENDANT

WRISTWAT CH, OMEGA,

AND 14K GOLD NAUTICAL

AND 18K GOLD RING

NECKLACE

CIRCA 1944

BROOCH

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $800–1,000

CDN $900–1,300

CDN $900–1,200

1 6 0

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


520

521

CORAL AND 14K GOLD

JADEITE BANGLE

BROOCH, PARENTI

BRACELET

CDN $1,000–1,500

CDN $1,000–1,200

522

523

524

THREE DIAMOND AND

18K GOLD CUFFLINKS

CULTURED PEARL AND 14K WHITE GOLD NECKLACE

18K WHITE GOLD RINGS

AND 14K GOLD TIE BAR

CDN $1,500–2,500

CDN $1,000–1,400

(2), KARL STITT GEN CDN $1,000–1,200

525

526

527

528

UNMOUNTED 1.89-CARAT

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

MULTI-GEM AND 14K

RED SPINEL

GOLD RING

18K WHITE GOLD

GOLD BROOCH

CDN $1,200–1,800

CDN $1,400–1,800

WRISTWATCH, UNIVERSAL

CDN $1,200–1,500

GENEVE, CIRCA 1970 CDN $1,500–2,000

529

530

531

532

RETRO DIAMOND,

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

AMETHYST, CORAL,

UNMOUNTED 1.01-CARAT

PLATINUM AND 18K GOLD

BAR BROOCH

TSAVORITE AND

DIAMOND

BROOCH

CDN $1,800–2,200

PLATINUM BEETLE

CDN $2,200–2,600

CDN $1,800–2,200

BROOCH, PROSPER CDN $2,000–2,600 1 6 1


534

535

SAPPHIRE, ROCK

533

LADY’S 18K GOLD

CRYSTAL AND 18K GOLD

‘PRECISION’ WRISTWAT CH,

EAR CLIPS

ROLEX, CIRCA 1950’S

CDN $400–600

CDN $500–700

536

537

14K GOLD PEN AND PENCIL (2), CROSS

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

CRYSTAL OPAL, DIAMOND

CDN $600–800

BIRD BROOCH

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

CDN $500–700

RING CDN $600–800

538

539

540

541

IVORY NETSUKE AND

ENAMEL, CULTURED

BLACK DIAMOND,

TWO ANTIQUE GOLD

10K GOLD NECKLACE

PEARL AND 18K GOLD

DIAMOND AND WHITE

MEMORIAL BROOCHES

NECKLACE

GOLD PENDANT

CDN $700–900

CDN $600–800

NECKLACE

CDN $400–600

CDN $600–900

542

543

544

545

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

BLACK DIAMOND,

DIAMOND PENDANT AND

18K WHITE GOLD

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

10K GOLD NECKLACE

SPLIT-PEARL AND

EARRINGS

GOLD EAR STUDS

CDN $1,500–1,800

GOLD JEWELS

CDN $700–1,200

CDN $800–1,200

TWO AMETHYST,

CDN $900–1,200

1 6 2

CONDITION REPORTS AVAILABLE AT DUPUIS.CA


546

547

DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND

MULTI-GEM AND 18K GOLD

GOLD BANGLE BRACELET

BRACELET

AND PENDANT (2)

CDN $1,000–1,500

CDN $900–1,200

548

549

550

CULTURED PEARL AND

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

ENAMEL AND 18K GOLD LORGNETTE AND 14K GOLD

18K GOLD RING AND TWO

14K GOLD BANGLE

LONGCHAIN

BANDS (3), TIFFANY & CO.

BRACELET

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,500

CDN $1,100–1,300

551

552

553

554

SAPPHIRE AND GOLD

TRICOLOURED 14K GOLD

18K GOLD HALF-HUNTER

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

RING AND EAR CLIPS (2)

POCKET WAT CH,

POCKET WAT CH AND

AND PLATINUM BROOCH

CDN $1,500–2,000

HAMPDEN WAT CH CO.,

CHAIN, 15K GOLD CHARM

CDN $2,000–2,500

CIRCA 1916

CDN $1,800–2,200

CDN $1,700–2,000

555

556

557

558

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 18K

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

COLOURED DIAMOND

WHITE GOLD RING

RING, CIRCA 1950

NECKLACE

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $2,200–2,600

PENDANT NECKLACE CDN $3,800–4,400

1 6 3


560

561

DIAMOND AND

559

CRYSTAL BLACK OPAL,

TRICOLOUR 14K GOLD

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

RING

RING

CDN $500–700

CDN $500–700

562

563

CULTURED PEARL, RUBY, DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

DIAMOND AND 18K

DIAMOND AND 18K

GOLD NECKLACE

WHITE GOLD WREATH

WHITE GOLD BROOCH

CDN $4,800–5,500

BROOCH

CDN $700–900

CDN $600–800

564

565

566

567

TURQUOISE AND 14K GOLD THREE ANTIQUE SEED

DOUBLE STRAND PEARL

MULTI GEM, DIAMOND

RING

PEARL AND 14K GOLD

AND 14K GOLD NECKLACE

AND 18K GOLD BROOCH

CDN $700–900

JEWELS, CIRCA 1870

CDN $1,000–2,000

AND RING (2)

CDN $800–1,000

568

CDN $1,000–1,500

569

570

571

JADEITE, DIAMOND,

CORAL AND 14K GOLD

ANTIQUE SEED PEARL

PLATINUM AND 14K GOLD

BRACELET

AND 18K GOLD NECKLACE

DIAMOND AND 14K

BROOCH

CDN $1,100–1,500

CDN $1,200–1,500

WHITE GOLD RING

CDN $1,000–1,500

ORANGE ZIRCON,

CDN $1,200–1,500

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572

573

DIAMOND AND 18K

DIAMOND AND TWO-T ONE

WHITE GOLD RING

14K GOLD BROOCH

CDN $1,500–1,800

CDN $1,500–1,800

574

575

576

DIAMOND SOLITAIRE

DIAMOND AND 14K

EMERALD, DIAMOND, PLATINUM, SILVER AND 18K

AND 18K GOLD RING

WHITE GOLD PENDANT

GOLD NECKLACE

CDN $1,500–2,000

NECKLACE

CDN $10,000–11,000

CDN $1,500–1,800

577

578

579

580

PINK SAPPHIRE,

CULTURED PEARL,

UNMOUNTED 4.92-CARAT

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

YELLOW SAPPHIRE,

EMERALD

NECKLACE

NECKLACE

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $2,500–3,000

CDN $1,700–2,200

BANGLE BRACELET CDN $1,800–2,200

581

582

583

584

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

CORAL, DIAMOND,

SPINEL, DIAMOND AND

AND 18K GOLD RING

RING, BIRKS

SAPPHIRE AND 14K GOLD

PLATINUM RING

CDN $3,000–3,600

CDN $3,000–4,000

RING

CDN $1,500–2,500

CDN $300–400

1 6 5


586

585

587

TWO ANTIQUE CAMEO

STAR SAPPHIRE AND

BROOCHES

14K GOLD CUFFLINKS

CDN $400–600

CDN $500–700

588

589

AMETHYST BEAD NECKLACE

DIAMOND, EMERALD AND

CDN $800–1,000

14K GOLD RING, BIRKS

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

CDN $700–900

RING

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

CDN $700–900

590

591

592

593

GENTLEMAN’S GOLD

JADEITE AND 14K GOLD

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 14K

PLATED WRISTWAT CH,

BROOCH

GOLD RING

DIAMONDS’ EAR

18K GOLD STRAP, OMEGA,

CDN $800–1,000

CDN $400–600

PENDANTS, CHOPARD

18K GOLD ‘HAPPY

CDN $800–1,000

CIRCA 1952 CDN $750–900

594

595

596

597

TWO PAIRS OF CULTURED

AMETHYST, CULTURED

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

PEARL, DIAMOND AND

PEARL, DIAMOND AND

PLATINUM WRISTWAT CH,

GOLD RING

14K GOLD EARRINGS

14K GOLD PENDANT

CIRCA 1920’S

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $800–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,200

1 6 6

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598

599

DIAMOND AND 18K

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND

WHITE AND YELLOW

18K GOLD BRACELET

GOLD PENDANT

CDN $1,200–1,500

NECKLACE CDN $1,200–1,500

600

601

602

GOLD CHARM BRACELET

RUBY, DIAMOND AND 18K

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE GOLD

CDN $1,300–1,600

GOLD BROOCH, FERIOZZI

NECKLACE

CDN $1,500–2,000

CDN $3,000–4,000

603

604

605

606

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

LADY’S 18K GOLD

TWO ANTIQUE

AND 18K WHITE GOLD

WRISTWAT CH, JUVENIA

SPLIT-PEARL, ENAMEL

GOLD NECKLACE

RING

CDN $1,500–2,000

AND 18K GOLD JEWELS

CDN $2,500–3,000

CDN $1,500–2,000

607

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

CDN $2,000–2,500

608

609

610

FIVE-ST ONE DIAMOND

ENAMEL, DIAMOND,

DIAMOND AND 14K GOLD

DIAMOND, RUBY AND

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

SILVER AND 18K GOLD

RING

WHITE GOLD RING

RING

BUTTERFLY BROOCH

CDN $3,500–4,500

CDN $4,800–5,800

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $1,500–1,800

1 6 7


612

613

DIAMOND AND WHITE

611

YELLOW SAPPHIRE,

GOLD PENDANT

DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE

NECKLACE

GOLD OCT OPUS RING

CDN $600–800

CDN $500–700

614

615

JADEITE AND 18K GOLD BRACELET

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

TWIN-ST ONE DIAMOND,

CDN $600–800

18K WHITE GOLD

PLATINUM AND 18K GOLD

NECKLACE

RING, CIRCA 1920

CDN $700–900

CDN $700–900

616

617

618

619

ANTIQUE DIAMOND,

RUBY, EMERALD AND

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

LADY’S 18K GOLD

ENAMEL AND 18K GOLD

18K GOLD CAT BROOCH,

18K WHITE GOLD

WRISTWAT CH

BOW BROOCH, CIRCA 1900

CIRCA 1960

WRISTWAT CH, ROLEX

CDN $1,200–1,400

CDN $800–1,000

CDN $1,000–1,200

CDN $1,000–1,200

620

621

622

623

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

ANTIQUE COLOURED

ENAMEL AND 18K GOLD

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

PENDANT

DIAMOND, PLATINUM AND

BRACELET

RING

CDN $1,200–1,500

14K GOLD BRACELET,

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,200–1,800

CIRCA 1905 CDN $1,200–1,500 1 6 8

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624

625

DIAMOND SOLITAIRE

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

AND 14K GOLD RING

RING

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,300–1,500

626

627

628

BELLE ÉPOQUE DIAMOND,

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND

RETRO AQUAMARINE AND 14K PINK GOLD NECKLACE,

SEED PEARL, PLATINUM

AND PLATINUM BROOCH,

CIRCA 1940

AND 18K GOLD BRACELET

CIRCA 1930

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $1,500–1,800

CDN $2,000–2,500

629

630

631

632

DIAMOND AND 14K

ART DECO DIAMOND AND

DIAMOND AND TWO-T ONE

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

WHITE GOLD RING

PLATINUM BROOCH,

18K GOLD NECKLACE

BRACELET

CIRCA 1920

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $2,000–2,500

CDN $2,500–3,500

CDN $2,500–3,000

633

634

635

636

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

TWO DIAMOND AND 14K

FOUR GOLD JEWELS

TWO 18K GOLD

18K WHITE GOLD

GOLD NECKLACES

CDN $400–600

NECKLACES

WRISTWAT CH,

CDN $3,000–4,000

CDN $4,000–6,000

KUT CHINSKY CDN $2,500–3,500 1 6 9


638

639

DIAMOND, ENAMEL AND

LADY’S 18K GOLD

18K GOLD POCKET WAT CH

WRISTWAT CH,

CDN $400–600

JAEGER-LECOULTRE CDN $600–800

637

640

641

ANTIQUE AMETHYST, SPLIT-PEARL AND 14K GOLD

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

LADY’S DIAMOND AND

NECKLACE, CIRCA 1910

TIE TAC

18K WHITE GOLD

CDN $1,000–1,500

CDN $200–300

WRISTWAT CH, OMEGA CDN $1,000–1,200

642

643

644

645

DIAMOND AND PLATINUM

THREE GEM-SET AND

DIAMOND AND 14K PINK

DIAMOND AND 18K GOLD

BAR BROOCH, CIRCA 1920

GOLD JEWELS

GOLD BANGLE WAT CH

RING

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,200–1,500

CDN $1,400–1,800

646

647

648

649

AMETHYST AND 18K

ANTIQUE DIAMOND,

DIAMOND AND 14K WHITE

ANTIQUE DIAMOND,

GOLD PENDANT/BROOCH

SILVER, 14K GOLD

AND YELLOW GOLD

ENAMEL AND 18K GOLD

AND EAR PENDANTS (2)

BROOCH/PENDANT AND

BROOCH

BANGLE BRACELET

CDN $1,800–2,200

EARRINGS (2), CIRCA 1890

CDN $1,800–2,200

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $1,800–2,200 1 7 0

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650

651

EMERALD, DIAMOND AND

ORANGE AND BLUE

18K GOLD BRACELET

SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND

CDN $2,000–3,000

18K GOLD RING, MYERSON CDN $2,000–2,500

652

653

654

T OURMALINE, DIAMOND

ANTIQUE OPAL, DIAMOND

18K GOLD NECKLACE

AND 14K WHITE GOLD

AND PLATINUM PENDANT

CDN $3,200–4,200

RING

NECKLACE, CIRCA 1900

CDN $2,000–3,000

CDN $2,200–2,600

655

STAR SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE GOLD PENDANT NECKLACE CDN $5,500–7,500

1 7 1


INDEX OF MAKERS Baume & Mercier Birks Boodles Boucheron Buccellati Bulgari Cartier Cavelti Chaumet Chopard Corum David Webb Dior Fred Garrard Georg Jensen Gubelin Hans Hansen Henry Dunay IWC Jaeger-LeCoultre Karl Stittgen Kutchinsky Marcella Ciceri Montblanc Omega Oris Oscar Heyman Patek Philippe Piaget Prosper Raymond Yard Rolex Salvini Sterle Susan Clark Tiffany & Co. Universal Geneve Vacheron Constantin Van Cleef & Arpels

101 82, 95, 183, 195, 244, 316, 582, 588 245 14, 221, 313, 394 130 11, 132, 204, 238, 429 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 22, 25, 26, 30, 32, 34, 45, 81, 208, 217, 219, 227, 364, 419, 463 76, 77, 78 10 12, 321, 323, 593 102 63 320 42 21 403, 452 205, 493 399 58 27 639 523 38, 47, 257, 633 235 415 465, 518, 590, 641 147 13 100, 113, 428 99, 108, 167, 168 476, 531 256 29, 98, 148, 215, 216, 535, 618 253 157 18 33, 62, 75, 131, 135, 146, 155, 252, 309, 330, 342, 360, 391, 416, 455, 548 527 145, 324 1, 3, 4, 19, 20, 37, 79, 83, 218, 237, 312

1 7 2


INDEX OF COLOURLESS DIAMONDS COLOUR CLARITY D D E F G I

VS2 VS1 VVS1 VS2 VS2 VS2

CUT

CARAT

LOT

round princess round princess round old mine

5.26 1.54 1.01 3.04 1.37 2.53

346 60 192 297 258 287

INDEX OF COLOURED DIAMONDS COLOUR fancy light pink fancy purple-pink fancy pink fancy pink fancy intense purple-pink fancy deep orangy pink fancy intense yellow fancy intense yellow fancy deep orangy yellow light to fancy light yellow fancy light yellow fancy light yellow fancy light yellow faint gray

CLARITY

CUT

CARAT

VVS1 SI2 SI1 IF VS2 SI1 VVS2 SI1 VS2

oval oval pear radiant pear heart cushion radiant marquise square brilliant cushion cushion square brilliant round

1.32 1.01 0.43 0.90 0.50 0.58 5.65 1.01 2.59 0.96 2.23 3.82 1.60 2.97

1 7 3

LOT 311 325 307 303 24 310 345 16 203 17 207 335 262 111


BIOGRAPHIES BAUME & MERCIER Established since 1830, Baume & Mercier has produced refined complications and innovations that have been incorporated into highly respected timepieces ever since. Through the decades, Baume & Mercier's great success with the watch-buying public has relied on the company remaining current with new styles and designs while it continues to make its mark on watchmaking techniques. 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. BOODLES In 1798, a small jewellery shop called Boodle & Dunthorne opened in the city of Liverpool, England. In the early 20th century, the company relocated to Boodles House, a Georgian home in Lord Street, where it remains to this day. During World War II, Boodles produced the solid gold trophies presented to the winners at the Grand National horse race. And in 1947, Boodles was given the honour of the commission to make the silver stand for HRH Princess Elizabeth’s wedding cake. Recently, Louis Vuitton chose to include Boodles in its freshly revised City Guide London 2012, earmarking it as a “ British brand to watch”. 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 1858, the Maison quickly developed a reputation for timepieces and joyful jewels featuring animals and textilelike treatments of precious metals. In 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 jewellery set made of aquamarines 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 created an exceptional diadem that became one of Elizabeth, the Queen Mother’s favourites. Madeleine Astor was a faithful client of Frédéric Boucheron’s. As a passenger on the Titanic, she 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 Milan in 1919, by 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 having an important place in the pantheon of jewellers. Buccellati has produced jewels for many royal houses and film stars. As the house expanded, shops were opened in Rome, Florence and New York. 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, Venice, Capri, Elba and Beverly Hills, providing closer access to devoted clients. Buccellati continues today to produce their 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 1 7 4

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. 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. Cartier 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. CAVELTI The youngest son of a Swiss family, Toni Cavelti served a long apprenticeship in the goldsmith's trade, developing a magical skill in jewellery design. At the age of 23, equipped with only $8, the tools of his trade and a romantic vision of the Canadian West, he arrived in Vancouver. There he made his fortune by creating fine jewellery for “ society” women, including the Queen. In 1971 he was commissioned to make a necklace of B.C. gold and local jade to mark a royal visit. The modernist artistic movement under way in the Vancouver of the '50s and '60s brought Cavelti’s work to its full flowering, and helped to establish his national and international reputation. 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 MarieAntoinette, 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 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 small village of Sonvilier, Switzerland, Louis-Ulysse Chopard, a talented young craftsman, established his workshop. His watches quickly gained a solid reputation among enthusiasts and found buyers as far afield as Eastern Europe, Russia and Scandinavia. Chopard has developed into a brand known for both its fine timepieces, and its sense of fun, with styles such as ‘ Happy Diamonds’, and watches that are as whimsical as they are reliable. CORUM Established in 1955, in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, Corum has established its place in the world of timepiece production with numerous innovations and iconic designs. The ‘ Admiral’s Cup’, introduced in 1960, remains a central element of the brand. The 1964 introduction of an ultra flat movement mounted inside a coin proved exceptionally popular. In the year 2000, the Corum Bubble was introduced, bringing a distinct element of novelty and urban chic to the wrists of Corum clients. DAVID WEBB Originally from North Carolina, David Webb moved to New York, and in 1948, he formed David Webb Inc., located on 57th Street. Within a few years, he had established himself as one of the most fashionable jewellers in Manhattan, and at the height of production his two full-time workshops employed 200 jewellers and 37 setters. The New York social register flocked to him.

They warmed to his personal charm and appreciated his brilliance as a designer. David Webb’s designs of the 1950s and early 1960s showcased endless variations on flowers and organic forms. His love of nature took shape in jewels of all sizes and varieties. Almost all of his iconic animal jewelry was designed in the 1960s. The times were changing and he embraced them: the rich vocabulary of hammered gold, enamel, pearls, colors, textures and shapes were synthesized into a new geometry that reflected the spirit of the 1970s. 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. 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 with charm and simplicity, Fred designs continue to captivate the sophisticated jewellery buyer. His guiding principles: “ Boldness and discipline” GARRARD This famous company dates back to its founder George Wickes who first entered his mark at Goldsmiths' Hall in 1722, and went into business on his own in 1735. Soon after, he was appointed as goldsmith to the Prince of Wales Since 1843, when Queen Victoria bestowed the honour of Crown Jeweller on the company, Garrard has served six successive monarchs. One of the most enduring images of Queen Victoria is of her wearing a small diamond crown made by Garrard in 1870. In 1911 two important commissions were undertaken: the making of Queen Mary's Crown for the Coronation; and, the Imperial Crown of India worn by King George V later that year. In 1937 the crown set with the Kohi-Noor diamond was made for the late Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. The Imperial State Crown was remounted by Garrard in 1937, and then further adjusted for H.M. The Queen for the Coronation in 1953. 1 7 5

Ceremony and pageantry has always been a key element in the company's heritage Robert Garrard's hallmark of 1848 is found on the wellknown America's Cup. For modern day sports enthusiasts other presentation trophies include the Dubai World Cup, the Cricket World Cup, and the Premier League Trophy. 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. GÜBELIN Gübelin’s origins in Lucerne, Switzerland date to 1854, with the opening of a watchmaker’s shop, by Jakob Josef Moritz Breitschmid. The business has bridged the development of vast changes in the watch, jewellery and gem world. Through many generations, Gübelin has developed into a very important jeweller, with a strong focus on fine gems. The interest in gems led to a focus on the study of gemmology, and the establishment of a specialty gemmological laboratory under the same name. Jewellery buyers have relied on Gübelin’s understanding of gems to be able to produce the finest jewellery. HENRY DUNAY The Henry Dunay brand was created in 1965 in New York, and established a loyal following for its unique designs and fine quality of work. The brand is notable for intricate finish features including fine pavé setting. INTERNATIONAL WATCH CO ( IWC) International Watch Company was established in Schaffhausen in 1868 by an American, Florentine Aristo Jones, who aimed to produce high quality watches for the U.S. market, using a highly skilled, but modestly priced Swiss workforce. The company was involved in the early production of wristwatches, early quartz watches, important developments in diver’s watches, the first wristwatch with a built in compass, and complicated movements. Some of the notable models are Ingenieur,


Aérospatiale, The GST Deep One, Spitfire, Aquatimer, Portuguese, and Da Vinci. 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 some of the sophistication that JaegerleCoultre produces. KARL STITTGEN Jeweller and goldsmith, Karl Stittgen began his career designing and making contemporary jewellery in Vancouver in 1959. Over several decades he created an original and distinctive body of work inspired by the organic forms of nature and the clean lines of architecture. Creations of gold, platinum, gemstones, pearls, ancient coins and artifacts earned him loyal customers and much critical acclaim during what some have called the golden age of design in Vancouver. Stittgen received the British Columbia Creative Achievement Award of Distinction in Vancouver in 2009. KUTCHINSKY The Kutchinksy business 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 platinum, gold and diamonds has been a benchmark of Kutchinsky, incorporating these materials into delicate forms that are ready for any occasion. MARCELLA CICERI Marcella Ciceri, based in New York, is from Northern Italy, and is a jewelry designer, a trader in precious gems, and a fashion accessory consultant. Her work has a modern flair, often using unusual materials, or combinations of old and new, blended into creative pieces.

MONTBLANC

PATEK PHILIPPE

Founded in 1906, and originally the “ Simplo Filler Pen Co”, the name became Montblanc by 1909. Originally represented as a white cap on the pens, the white star, representing the snowcapped peak of the namesake mountain was adopted in 1913. Nibs of the pens are engraved with “ 4810”, the height of the Alpine peak of Mont Blanc. Many leaders of state, including John F. Kennedy, used a Montblanc pen. Montblanc now has more than 350 boutiques in over 70 countries. Carrying leather goods, men’s jewellery, Meisterstuck watches, and women’s jewellery. In 2006, Montblanc was the first brand to possess its own, patented diamond cut derived from its logo.

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, JeanAdrien 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.

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 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 7 6

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 self-winding 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. RAYMOND YARD Raymond Yard began his career as a door boy at Marcus & Co Jewelers in New York. The year was 1898, and the young Yard was thirteen. He worked his way up the through the company, and by his 30’s, he was a senior salesman. 1922 was an important year for Yard; it was the year that John D. Rockefeller suggested that Yard open his own business. Rockefeller recommended the new Yard Company to his wealthy and influential friends. Woolworth, duPont,


Vanderbilt, and film stars such as Joan Crawford, and Douglas Fairbanks were clients. Yard established his reputation producing fine Art Deco jewellery, focusing on fine gems and platinum in their manufacture. He established a “ Yard look” that continues to this day. 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. SALVINI Italian jeweller Salvini, based in Valenza, has a reputation for classic modern jewels, with simple lines and forms, and very fine diamonds. Their jewels are sold in boutiques around the world. STERLE Pierre Sterlé founded his company in 1934, in Paris. From 1934 to 1939 Sterlé created and made jewellery for houses such as Boucheron, Chaumet, Kirby, Ostertag and Puiforcat. At this time, many fashionable Parisians started to know the way to his atelier. Sterlé was adamant that he wasn’t going to exhibit his work in any shop window. The renowned French writer Colette mentioned Sterlé’s jewels in some of her books. Through the 1950’s Sterlé was invit-

ed to Egypt by King Farouk and to Brazil where he was welcomed by President Vargas. The wife of the Maharaja of Baroda ordered some jewels and an exiled Egyptian queen asked Sterlé to remodel her crown jewels. Sterlé received, in 1953, ‘ 54, and ‘ 55, the prestigious ‘ Diamond Award’ from De Beers. Being an avid reader, in 1960, Sterlé collaborated with Salvador Dali for a book cover. He made it in bronze and covered it with gold, gemstones and pearls. It was called the ‘ Livre de L’Apocalypse’. It was unique and illustrated by all of the contemporary painters of the time. In 1961, Sterlé started selling most of his creations to the ‘ Maison Chaumet’. An artist with exceptional creativity, and modest business skills, by 1976 Sterlé was forced to declare bankruptcy and liquidate his stock. Chaumet purchased most of his creations and signed anything that Sterlé forgot to mark, including jewels dating back to the early 1960’s. Sterlé remained employed at Chaumet as a ‘ Technical consultant', until his death in 1978. SUSAN CLARK The Susan Clark Gallery of Gem Art was an important venue in Vancouver, British Columbia through the 1990’s. Susan Clark produced many works of wearable art, and also hosted representative exhibitions of jewels and other art including the glyptic ( stone) arts. 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 1974-75, 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.

UNIVERSAL GENEVE The company " Universal Watch" was founded in Locle, Switzerland in 1894, and by 1934, the name had become “ Universal Watch Co Ltd, Geneve”. In 1966, Gerald Genta designed the “ Golden Shadow”, the thinnest automatic watch of its time, winning Universal Geneve numerous prizes. Universal Geneve has always focused on good quality timepieces with classic styling to produce watches that will remain in fashion through changing times. VACHERON CONSTANTIN Jean-Marc Vacheron founded Vacheron in 1755 and his son and grandson eventually succeeded him in the family business. In 1819, François Constantin joined as a partner, and the name changed to Vacheron & Constantin, only in 1970 changing to Vacheron Constantin. An innovator in the technical aspects of the timepiece, Vacheron Constantin has remained among the most sought after brands in the market. 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 precious 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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