Next year’s milestone show will be full of educational programming and collaborations.
Up for auction at Bonhams next month, the rare enamel and gem-set cuff is considered the star of the sale.
“The Blue Lagoon” was expected to sell for as much as $2.7 million at the Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale in Geneva.
The museum is asking for the public’s help in finding thousands of pieces of ancient gold jewelry and gemstones stolen from a storeroom.
The antique and vintage jewelry and watch selling event is scheduled for Oct. 26-29.
The single-owner collection features jewels with ties to Austria’s Habsburg dynasty.
It contains locks of hair said to have belonged to King George III and Queen Charlotte.
Queen Charlotte originally commissioned the piece on occasion of the king’s recovery from illness.
Will Kahn, creator of Will’s Notebook, and jewelry designer Jenna Blake have launched an e-commerce platform focused on vintage jewelry.
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Heidi Horten, wife of department store magnate Helmut Horten, collected jewelry from Bulgari, Cartier, Harry Winston and Van Cleef & Arpels.
Expected to earn up to $4.5 million, the “Jarretière” bracelet is the star of Christie’s “The Magnificent Jewels of Anne Eisenhower” sale.
Jewelry historians, authors, and experts will explore the works of Tiffany & Co., Oscar Heyman, Verdura, and more.
It highlights Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s lasting influence on modern design.
A 17th-century gold seal ring and an 18th-century memento mori ring met or exceeded estimates at a recent Noonans auction.
Noonans is hosting a jewelry auction later this month featuring two antique rings found by two retired men in the U.K.
Peggy Cravens’ estate sold 100 percent by lot.
The 39th president and longtime humanitarian donned these Oscar Heyman-made American flags when he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002.
The auction house’s upcoming California Jewels Sale features jewelry by Cartier, David Webb, Verdura, and Tiffany & Co.