Fancy coloured diamonds, white diamonds, coloured gemstones and art-deco designs, signed jewels and jewels with provenance.
All is there composing the 255 lots of the upcoming auction at Christie’s New York, October 18th.
The top lot of the auction is this Cushion Brilliant-Cut Diamond Ring of 22.02 carats (est. $750-950k)
I do have a strong penchant for coloured diamonds, and among the leading lots of this sale is this Coloured Diamond and Diamond Ring (est. $30-50k), featuring a sweet cushion modified brilliant-cut fancy vivid yellowish orange diamond weighing approximately 0.55 carats:
Among the colourless diamonds, you will find this Art Deco Diamond Bracelet, signed by Cartier (est. $200-300k):
Signed jewels are also very well represented at Christie’s Important Jewels auction.
Here is a Gold and Diamond ‘Horus’ Bracelet, signed by Cartier (est. $15-25k):
Last but not the least, as jewels of provenance always have a fascination of their own, here is this Diamond, Ruby, Enamel and Gold Compact, signed by David Webb (est. $15-20k):
Other highlights include:
Material courtesy of Christie’s