Two Cartier watches also topped their estimates at Christie’s “The Collection of Sir Elton John: Goodbye Peachtree Road” evening sale.
Symposium ’24 is a two-day, retailer-focused event, organized by The Plumb Club, JCK, and Jewelers Mutual.
The collection is inspired by the new sci-fi film directed by Zack Snyder.
From record-setting gems to celebrities and controversy, Associate Editor Lauren McLemore looks back on the year’s most intriguing sales.
Worn in the film’s final scene, the piece was expected to sell for nearly $30,000.
The piece is estimated to sell for more than $20,000.
From Disney-themed ear stacks to lightsaber earrings, Associate Editor Lenore Fedow shares her favorite jewelry finds from the annual event.
The inscribed heart-shaped locket sold for nearly three times its highest pre-sale estimate.
“Everybody Loves Diamonds” is an eight-part drama detailing the execution of one of the largest thefts in history.
Released ahead of the Barbie movie, the nine-piece collection includes a Barbie nameplate, sparkly pink hoops, and a charm bracelet.
Supermodel Taylor Hill brought Western chic jewels to the center of her ranch celebration wear.
The Standard Oil heiress’ surrealist brooch, as well as its original concept art, found a new owner at Christie’s New York last week.