Exemplifying the array offered in our premier Jewellery sale of the new year are a sculptural gold and diamond bracelet reminiscent of Hollywood’s Golden Age and stylish rings ideal for any occasion. Collectors will also enjoy one more chance to own pieces from the collections of Estée Lauder and Evelyn H. Lauder, sold to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®, an organisation founded and championed by Evelyn Lauder.
Please note the necklace dates from circa 1830, not 1930 as stated in the printed catalogue.
Please note that this lot is being offered without reserve
Please note that both brooches are by Seaman Schepps.
Please note that this lot is being offered without reserve.
Please note that one of the tapered baguette diamonds is missing and will be replaced for the purchaser by Sotheby's.
Please note the estimate on the brooch is $3,000-5,000, not $6,000-8,000 as stated in the printed catalogue. Please also note the brooch is being offered without reserve.
Please note that one link has become detached and will be repaired for the purchaser by Sotheby's.
Please note that the watch is set with amethysts, rather than pink sapphires as stated in the printed catalogue. In addition, the movement is quartz movement rather automatic movement as stated in the printed catalogue.
Please note that one of the round diamonds has become detached and will be repaired for the purchaser by Sotheby's.
Please note that the chain is dated early 19th century.
This Lot has been withdrawn from the sale.
Please note that the Spinel is a Color Change Spinel, exhibiting a strong color change from purple to violetish blue.
Please note the emeralds weigh 2.76 and 2.25 carats.
Please note that the watch is not currently running and will be repaired for the purchaser by Sothebyâ€™s.
Please note that the missing sapphire has been replaced by Sotheby's. Please also note that we cannot confirm that the bracelet dates to circa 1920.
Please note that the watch is accompanied by a fitted box and original papers.