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Jewelry and objects belonging to Bette Midler, heiress Hélène Irwin Crocker Fagan, and Lady Sylvia Ashley were among the highlights.
The New York jeweler made this incredible, colorful Art Deco bracelet featuring tropical birds in 1927.
From the estate of Ann Getty, the collection will likely blow its $1.5 million total pre-sale estimate out of the water.
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It will lead the Christie’s New York jewelry auction in June.
The yellow gold and citrine suite soared past estimates at Heritage Auctions’ spring jewelry sale.
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The third collaborative collection featuring stones from the two famed mines features 10 one-of-a-kind pieces.
The chandelier earrings are from the designer’s latest collection.
The third most expensive jewel ever sold at auction, the “De Beers Blue” just missed breaking the blue diamond record.
It’s an original prototype from well-known watch designer Gérald Genta.
The #HandinHand sale benefits World Central Kitchen, which distributes food in conflict zones.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the famously charitable stone will benefit the international organization.
It elevates offerings from the brand’s core collections.
The “Jewels Online” sale sold 98 percent by lot.
“Poppy” is a tribute to the designer’s late grandfather.
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