The first jewelry sale of the fall auction season offers collectors a wide array of fine diamonds and gemstones as well as period and contemporary designs from the best European and American jewelers. From David Webb and Buccellati to Harry Winston, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, the selection includes classic styles and one-of-a-kind jewels crafted with top quality stones and workmanship.
Highlighting the sale are jewels from the Estate of Kitty Carlisle Hart, the well-known actress, television celebrity and arts advocate. Her personal collection includes a ruby and diamond brooch made by Verdura in 1944, an Art Deco period diamond sautoir and monogrammed gold accessories from Cartier. The Important Jewels sale begins with additional decorative jewels from the Estate of Eunice Joyce Gardiner whose magnificent jewelry collection was offered in the spring season. Jewels from the Estates of Walter and Doris Goldstein, New York and Stella Fischbach, prominent collectors of Impressionist and Modern Art, will also be offered this September.
White diamond rings from 5 to 10 carats are presented throughout the auction which will conclude with the offering of a beautiful 5 carat Fancy Light Pink round brilliant-cut diamond.