The sale of Fine Jewellery taking place in London on 14th December 2011 has a wide selection of jewels to suit every individuals taste.
There are some examples of mid 19th century archaeological revival jewels including pieces by the renowned Fortunato Pio Castellani and a pair of jewelled brooches retailed by Carlo & Arthur Giuliano. The Art Nouveau period is represented with a realistically depicted jewelled insect brooch in plique-à-jour enamel by Frédéric Boucheron and a foliate brooch by Marcus & Co.
The sale includes some elegant natural pearl jewels and a diamond set ribbon corsage ornament by Tiffany & Co. from the early 20th century. An impressive diamond tiara from the late 19th century and a collection of several jewels and objects by the highly respected British jeweller Andrew Grima also feature.
From beautiful necklaces, earrings and rings by well known jewellery houses including Cartier, Boucheron and Van Cleef & Arpels there is something to suit every collector with prices starting from £3,000.