拍品 276
  • 276

寶石配鑽石「茉莉」項鏈, Jean Schlumberger

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98,000 - 198,000 CHF
已售出
212,500 CHF
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描述

  • Jean Schlumberger
  • Citrines, peridots, pink sapphires, yellow sapphires, sapphire, aquamarines, diamonds, gold, platinum
• 鏈節鑲各種彩色寶石,包括海水藍寶、黃水晶、橄欖石、粉紅色及黃色剛玉及藍寶石
• 綴茉莉花及花蕾紋飾,鑲圓形鑽石
• 長度約420毫米
• 附Schlumberger品牌刻名
• 附法國純度驗證標章

*拍品資料以英文為主,中文翻譯僅供參考

展覽

"Un Diamant dans la Ville. Jean Schlumberger, 1907-1987. Bijoux - Objets", Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 19 October 1995 - 25 February 1996, lot no. 65.

出版

Cf.: Chantal Bizot et alii, The Jewels of Jean Schluberger, Paris, 1995, pg. 35 for an illustration of this necklace. 

Cf.: Vivienne Becker, Jean d'Ormesson et alii, Jean Schlumberger, Milan, 1991, pg. 87 for an illustration of the original model dated 1963.

Cf.: Un Diamant dans la Ville. Jean Schlumberger, 1907-1987. Bijoux - Objets, Paris, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, exh. cat., 1995, pgs. 34-35 for the illustration of this necklace. 

拍品資料及來源

"The word of Schlumberger is situated at the point where dream, nature and history meet... Nothing could be further removed from fashion than Schlumberger's objects. Heedless of elegance or a dangerously slick chic, they proceed directly from desire to beauty. They feed upon architecture, and fauna, and flora, and illuminated manuscripts and distant memories of places and periods - the tropics or the Middle Age. But very soon they free themselves from anecdote and allusion to exist in their own right. I see Schlumberger as closer to a choreographer, a botanist, even a psychoanalyst than a fashionable jeweller, attracted by bestiaries and palimpsests rather than by catalogues... There is a nobility in Schlumberger's work; and, despite the gold and precious stones, it is a nobility which is intellectual rather than physical. He makes use of nature, but somewhat against nature itself; he uses its shifts and turns, but in order to control them. He disregards recreation to the benefit of creation and re-creation...

Schlumberger's objects pass from the realm of history, whether natural or mythical, into the realm of beauty. This beauty is rarity, precision, balance, choice. It is also discipline, patience, truth, poetry. Schlumberger's objects, so harmonious, so tangible, are not positioned in space alone; they seem to rise before us from a world of will and idea. Because they have chosen art as against fashion, because they are the fruit of reflection and slow ripening, Schlumberger's objects have time on their side. They will be beautiful tomorrow as they are today"; Jean d'Ormesson, in Jean Schlumberger, Milan, 1994, pg. 13.

The important collection from a distinguished European family is a testimony to the taste and style of the 1960s and 1970s. This very nice array of jewels comports several pieces from the master jeweller Schlumberger and is a tribute to his craftsmanship and ingenuity. 

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