Van Cleef, Cartier, Bulgari & More Designer Jewels Under $10,000

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Buying jewels by the most sought-after designers and houses does not always mean you have to pay the highest price. The upcoming Jewels Online sales are stocked with coveted designs from iconic designers that are sure to help you get 2018 off to a stylish start. Click ahead for a first look at fifteen must-see pieces, all below $10,000. 

Jewels Online: Part I
26 January–7 February

Jewels Online: Part II
9–19 February

Van Cleef, Cartier, Bulgari & More Designer Jewels Under $10,000

  • Bulgari
    With a unique mix of colours, shapes and materials, this necklace features all of the hallmarks of a Bulgari jewel.  

    Bulgari, Cultured pearl, yellow sapphire, ruby and diamond necklace. Starting bid $4,800. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February 

  • Aldo Cipullo for Cartier
    The ‘Juste un Clou’ bracelets by Aldo Cipullo for Cartier are favourites of every jewellery collector and fashionista today. Offered in white and yellow gold, these bracelets are perfect alone or layered together.  

    Aldo Cipullo for Cartier, Gold ‘Juste un Clou’ bracelet. Starting bid $2,500.

    Aldo Cipullo for Cartier, White gold ‘Juste un Clou’ bracelet. Starting bid $2,500. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Cartier
    This gold link necklace is a classic Cartier design. Timeless and chic, it can be worn from day to night.  

    Cartier, France, Gold ‘Maillon Panthère’ necklace. Starting bid $6,000. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Cartier
    ‘Tank’ watches by Cartier are arguably some of the most easily recognised and sought after timepieces. This example has an added touch of vintage glamour, thanks to its stylish light brown strap.  

    Cartier, Gold ‘Tank Française’ wristwatch. Starting bid $2,400. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Adolfo Courrier
    These stacking rings, set with diamonds and sapphires, look fantastic on their own, as pairs or all together.

    Adolfo Courrier, Three sapphire, black diamond and diamond rings and a sapphire and diamond ring. Starting bid £1,600.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Tiffany & Co.
    Delicate and pleasing to the eye, this Tiffany ‘Étoile’ bangle illustrates how simplicity in design can often be the most appealing.

    Tiffany & Co., Diamond bangle, ‘Étoile.’ Starting bid £950.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Tiffany & Co.
    These pink sapphire Tiffany & Co. earrings offer a stylish alternative to the more traditional diamond stud.  

    Tiffany & Co., Pair of pink sapphire and diamond earrings. Starting bid $4,800. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Tiffany & Co.
    Another simple yet beautiful design by Tiffany, this layered woven bracelet creates depth and texture by manipulating its glowing gold material.

    Tiffany & Co., Bracelet, 1950s. Starting bid £1,600.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Pomellato
    This statement necklace by Pomellato, composed of gold and jet, will instantly spruce up any outfit.  

    Pomellato, Jet and gold ‘Victoria’ necklace. Starting bid $3,200. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Seaman Schepps
    These feminine and playful earclips are quintessential Seaman Schepps designs. Mix and match them to create a look all your own.  

    Seaman Schepps, Two pairs of cultured pearl and sapphire earclips. Starting bid $1,600. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

  • Mario Buccellati
    This distinctive brooch, unfurling in a way only Buccellati can achieve, shows nature at its most delicate.

    Mario Buccellati, Brooch. Starting bid £600.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • De Grisogono
    The Swiss jewellery house always dazzles and does so here with bright colours in blackened metal. 

    De Grisogono, Amethyst demi-parure. Starting bid £2,000.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Van Cleef & Arpels
    These simple cufflinks evoke racecar wheels and glamour of the early 20th century.

    Van Cleef & Arpels, Pair of diamond and onyx cufflinks, ‘PIERRE ARPELS Pastilles.’ Starting bid £2,800.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Van Cleef & Arpels
    These classic earrings are a perfect example of Van Cleef & Arpels’s high jewellery design and iconic ‘Alhambra’ collection. The clover denotes luck and will impart this to the wearer.

    Van Cleef & Arpels, Pair of mother-of-pearl and turquoise earrings, ‘Sweet Alhambra.’ Starting bid £4,000.

    Jewels Online: Part II 
    9–19 February

  • Marina B.
    The choker trend in jewellery is still reigning supreme, and this colourful one by Marina B comes with matching earclips to maximise its versatility.  

    Marina B., Ruby, onyx and diamond ‘Catherine’ choker and a pair of earclips. Starting bid $6,000. 

    Jewels Online: Part I 
    26 January–7 February

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