March 3rd Jewelry Highlights

Brooke Friedman
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An Exceptional Pearl Necklace with Sapphires
152
An Impressive Old European Diamond Ring
148
An Emerald and Diamond Collar in 18K Gold
147-121
A Lady’s Piaget Diamond Protocole Watch and A Diamond Straight Line Bracelet
146
A Lady’s Art Deco Diamond Watch
124
A Tiffany & Co. Diamond Bow Pin

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By the Numbers: Celebrating 90 years in the Auction Business

Fast Numbers: Years in Business: 90 Current Employees: 48 Number of real estate auctions: 100,000+ Jewelry Most Expensive Piece of Jewelry:  11.14 cts. intense yellow emerald cut diamond ring in a platinum setting. Sold for $306,800. Unique Piece of Jewelry: Bulgari 18k gold, enamel and ruby flexible snake bracelet watch from the Serpenti collection.  Sold […]

March 25, 2015

A Classic 18th Century Silver Dollar

The first official US coins were made in 1792-1793. By the end of the 18th century, those coins were still very new to the country and someone was just as apt to see and spend Spanish, English or French coins as American coins. Spanish Silver was accepted as coinage as late as 1856 and words […]

October 24, 2018