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A new book, Christie’s: The Jewellery Archives Revealed, tells the stories behind the auction house’s most iconic sales.
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This engraved gold ring was made between 1600 and 1650 A.D. in England. The Victoria and Albert Museum acquired it from a prolific 19th century British ring collector, Edmund Waterton. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Once used as seals and still embraced by today’s jewelry designers, signet rings have held an enduring allure throughout the ages.
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The jewelry of an Auschwitz deportee hidden in a double-bottom mug evaded detection by Nazis and historians for over 70 years.
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