The businesswoman and reality TV star paid nearly $200,000 for the “Attallah Cross.”
A team of Egyptian and English researchers found the jewels in the Tell El-Amarna necropolis.
Important pieces are still missing following the 2019 robbery of the Green Vault Museum in Dresden, Germany.
The Museum of London Archaeology called it “one of the most spectacular female Early Medieval burials ever discovered in the U.K.”
The 5.27-carat stone, salvaged from the wreck of the Spanish ship Nuestra Señora de Atocha, blew pre-sale estimates out of the water.
Holabird Western Americana Collections offered hundreds of treasures recovered from the S.S. Central America in its Dec. 3 sale.
A princess’s tiara fell within its pre-sale estimate while an Art Deco bracelet from a queen doubled it.
The Dec. 1 jewelry sale at Bonhams-owned Bruun Rasmussen will have several other pieces of royal jewelry on the block.
The S.S. Central America sank in 1857 off the coast of South Carolina, carrying tons of gold from the California Gold Rush.
Author Vikki Tobak chatted with Senior Editor Ashley Davis about iconic jewelry tropes and what they say about hip-hop’s place in society.
Sotheby’s estimates the piece, pulled from the sunken Nuestra Señora de Atocha, could sell for $50,000-$70,000.
The auction house is celebrating 100 years since the discovery of King Tut’s tomb.
It is the first tennis bracelet collab for the legend, whose lost-and-found moment put the term “tennis bracelet” in the jewelry lexicon.
Associate Editor Lenore Fedow leads readers through the Italian jeweler’s works from the 1940s to the 2000s.
Following its Paris debut, “Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search of Modernity” has landed at the Dallas Museum of Art.
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The sale totaled nearly $1.9 million.