27 – 29 November – 10am to 6pm
30 November – 10am to 2pm
Sotheby’s Diamonds will present a stunning collection of diamond jewellery in Beijing. Whimsical while classically beautiful, each and every Sotheby’s Diamonds piece is an individual masterpiece — at the heart of which is always a one-of-a-kind diamond.
A pair of DIF pear shaped diamond pendent earrings, totalling 10.15 carats,
suspended from a pair of cabochon emeralds, totalling 2.66 carats
S. J. Phillips Ltd.
Important Antique and Period Jewellery with Royal and Aristocratic Provenance
This season in Beijing collectors will have the opportunity to view important and fine antique and period jewellery with royal and aristocratic provenance through an exhibition curated by S. J. Phillips Ltd., London. Founded in 1869, S. J. Phillips Ltd. is the oldest surviving jeweller in London’s famous Bond Street.
Pair of antique diamond triple drop 'girandole' pendant earrings, English, c.1830,
formerly belonging to Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent (1906-1968)
Koopman Rare Art
Fine Antique Silver with Royal and Noble Provenance
For the first time in Asia, Sotheby’s will present an exhibition of fine antique silver from the high quality collection of Koopman Rare Art. Over the last 60 years collectors of all types, from royalty to the world’s major museums and connoisseurs have searched the Koopman collection for the finest silver.
A set of twelve Royal George I dinner plates,
marks: London, Britannia standard, 1717-18