12 December 2018

The next Artcurial online jewelry sale

The next Artcurial jewelry sale is exclusively online, making it a first! The sound of the mallet will be replaced by that of clicks… The sale features several hundred pieces, including beautiful classics at reasonable estimates: a Trinity Cartier bracelet, a white gold ring set with diamonds and a Hermès rotating bezel ring. It’s also a chance to discover more unusual pieces such as the 1970s ring by Brazilian designer Haroldo Burle Marx. One of my favorites in this online jewelry sale is Cartier’s gold charms lingot. The auction opens on the 12th until December 17, 2018. To register, click here.

 

  • Lalaounis at Artcurial lot n°33 - Necklace and bracelet in hammered gold - €1,800-2,200

  • Cartier at Artcurial n°158 - "Trinity" bracelet in 3 golds - Estimated €2,500-3,000

  • Haroldo Burle Marx at Artcurial lot n°64 - Ring in beige agate and pink gold, ca 1970 - Estimated €1,200-1,400

  • Artcurial lot n°72 - Engagement ring in platinum and diamond (1.40 carat) - Estimated €2, 000-2,500

  • Artcurial lot n°118 - Ring in gold and 19 diamonds - Estimated €1,200-1,500

  • Artcurial - Bracelet in god - Estimated €1,800-2,000

  • Artcurial lot n°36 - Brooch in gold and diamonds - Estimated €600-800

  • Artcurial n°97 - Pendant in gold, amethyst and natural pearls - Estimated €900-1,100

  • Cartier at Artcurial lot n°160 - Gold bullion charm - Estimated €450-500

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