Boucheron Feather

Since 1858, Boucheron has been one of the world’s finest jewelers based in the Place Vendome. The feather is a subject which Boucheron are known for featuring and this matched couple are a stellar example of their finesse and mastery of craft.

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French 18k, diamond, ruby feather ring by Boucheron c1950 with original box. $4675
14k gold ribbed ear clips. $695
French 18k, diamond, ruby feather brooch by Boucheron c1950 with original box. $14400

Flatware

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69 piece .800 Silver Flatware set designed by Gustav Elsa for Koch and Bergfeld in the BelleEpoque Pattern, circa1930, Germany. $6750
A pair of sterling silver shakers by famed modernist Allan Adler. $320
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iii. 57 piece Mid 20th Century Sterling Silver Flatware set by Frank W. Smith Sliver Co in the Fiddle-Shell Alden pattern. $5500

Watches

A handsome manual wind wristwatch by Vacheron and Constantin in 18k yellow gold with an exotic embossed calf leather strap.

 

i. Hermes yellow gold and stainless mechanical wristwatch. $3500
ii. Ultra slim Vacheron Constantin 18k Automatic Watch. $4000
iii. 1950’s Heuer stopwatch with original retailing sticker and accompanying bag. $895
iv. Movato travel clock in sterling silver with original retailing booklet. $1000
v. Omega yellow gold automatic Seamaster Deville. $3800
vi. Rolex oyster perpetual Datejust, two tone automatic. SOLD
vii. Stainless steel automatic Tudor with original box. $3900

Venetian Glass

i. Dragonfly style ‘Libelula’ vase designed by Vittorio for Venini. $4800ea
ii. Very rare, early works by Piero Fornasetti, Mani Con Farfalle circa 1936. $16500, and
iii. Vaso Della Shell circa 1940. $15000
iv. Trio of engraved Murano vases designed by Guido Balsamo Stella and produced by S.A.L.I.R. circa 1930s
for the Venice Triennial. $35000

Portraits

i. Pair of American portraits of a lady and gent circa 1830. $6500 ii. Pair of small American 19th century portraits. $4500
iii. Oil on canvas portrait of a Georgian gent. $4700
All paintings are presented in their original gilt frames.

Asian Arts

 

An important hand-painted Japanese Meiji porcelain geisha by Kinkozan Sobei. The bottom of the figure has been marked with an incised flower firing hole, as well as half of
a paper label sticker. Although decorated differently, a geisha of the same make, form, and dimensions can be seen on the cover, and back of Louis Lawrences’ book “Satsuma: Masterpieces from the World’s Most Important Collections”, with information and a feature photograph of the piece found on pages 170, and 171. $22,000

i. Early 20th Century .900 Chinese export silver belt buckle by Hong Kong retailer Wang Hing. $600 ii. 14k gold and A type jadeite necklace. $9800
iii. Original art deco 14k gold, jadeite, enamel and seed pearl bracelet. $10500
iv. Chinese Republic period green and orange glass snuff bottle. $590
v. Enamel cloisonné style snuff from Chinese Republic period. $400

Gifts For Her

i. An English, Faux Malachite, Papier Mache glove box, mid 19th Century. $750
ii. Brooch in 18k yellow gold, accented with diamonds and sleeping beauty turquoise. $7700
iii. Exceptionally scarce sterling silver basket weave purse by Elsa Peretti for Tiffany and Co. Circa 1978. $3900
iv. ‘Mythical Creatures’ lustreware bowl by Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood. $1400
v. 18k gold, enamel and diamond monkey brooch by Asprey of London. $10,000
vi. Pair of sterling silver and glass candle holders by modernist silversmith Allan Adler, circa 1950, USA. $1200
vii. Japanese cloisonné round box. Early 20th century. $295

Gifts for Him

i. Art Deco box with walnut veneer, circa 1935. $950
ii. Early 20th Century, Stanley rule and level plane, as found. $100
iii. Sterling silver and enamel trophy cup, Sweden, 1944, engraved ‘Hederspris’ or Special Prize. $140
iv. A heavy, cut glass vase with gilt riding scene by famed maker, Moser, late 19th Century. $450
v. Elegant 6 piece men’s sterling silver and crystal grooming set by Tiffany and Co. Early 20th Century. $750

Mounted Textiles

i. Rare hand woven Suzani, dyed with natural pigments, mounted on linen, with Tasmanian blackwood frame. Uzbekistan, Circa 19th Century. $7000
ii. Hand woven beaded African wall hanging with Tasmanian blackwood frame by the Yoruba people of Nigeria, late 19th Century. $7000

Georg Jensen Silver

Art Deco tea and coffee service, designed by Harald Nielsen and inspired by the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Manufactured in sterling silver and ebony handles in the 600A “Pyramid” pattern by Georg Jensen. $25000

Tiffany and Company

i. Brass art deco lamp with Tiffany art glass shades by Bradley & Hubbard. $3750
ii. Shallow gold glass favrille bowl, early 20th Century. $1200
iii. Set of 12 sterling silver demitasse cups and saucers by Tiffany and Co. with Lenox bone china inserts.
Circa 1925. $5800
iv. Small flared, favrile glass bowl with original retailing sticker and price labels reading “$15”. Signed
L.C.T. Circa 1900s. $2900
v. Sterling silver and cedar lined cigar box, circa 1970s. $3800
vi. Circa 1920s bronze inkwell and pen tray in The American Indian Pattern, signed Tiffany Studios. $1750
vii. Art Nouveau green glass and gilt bronze candelabra designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. $6500

Edward I. Farmer

i. Amethyst inkwell with a carved prunus pattern and a jadeite finial, mounted in sterling silver. $5500
ii. Carved fluorite inkwell with amethyst finial and elaborate footing, mounted in sterling silver. $9800
iii. Sterling silver matchbox with a jade medallion. $2500

Biedermeire

A pair of Swedish 19th Century biedermeier carver chairs in birch timber. This pair has been creatively reupholstered in the ‘Zig Zag Moth’ fabric by famed textile studio and design icons Timorous Beasties from Glasgow. $3000

Huanghuali Table

This coffee table is made from Huanghuali, a rare species of Rosewood, usually found in Chi- na. The timber for this piece grew in the back yard of a wealthy gentleman, upon his death, the children all inherited a slab from which to make a piece of furniture. This table was made in the late 2000s in a style reminiscent of George Nakashima. $15000

Gent’s Rings

i. 10K White Gold Intaglio Blood Stone Heliotrope Ring. $750
ii. 14K Yellow Gold Ring with Cabachon Lapis Lazuli. $2100
iii. 22K Yellow Gold Persian Coin Ring, Circa 1940s. $1500
iv. Tiffany & Co 14k signet ring. $1450
v. 9ct Carved Carnelian Cameo Ring. $1500

Statement Jewellery

i. 18k Diamond spike hinged cuff. POA
ii. 18k Diamond and ruby encrusted, hinged bangle. POA
iii. Art Deco Platinum, diamond and cabochon star ruby ring. POA