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The two lots lead the Sotheby’s Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels auction July 10 as the house resumes live events in Asia.
The designer has expanded upon last year’s hit enamel offerings with bright new shades.
Instead of engagement rings or wedding bands, it features bridesmaid gifts and items for the bride to wear on her big day.
Half of the proceeds benefit LGBTQ charity The Trevor Project.
British jeweler Theo Fennell and his team spent six months crafting this one-of-a-kind piece, which features a miniature Stonehenge.
This year’s winner is a Los Angeles-based designer and jeweler.
With an initial $50,000 endowment, it’s named for Art Smith, the leading midcentury black jewelry designer.
It comes with three transformable “jacket” options.
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