A stunning Ceylon sapphire and pearl necklace by Harry Winston led the charge in John Moran's HQ Jewley and Luxury Auction May 21, selling for $138,000.
A baroque-style brass clock, marked Tiffany & Co., may fetch $3,000 at Stephenson's May 31, as part of an 800-lot sale of items from a single-owner collection.
Diamonds, colored gemstones, pearls and more make up the 250 lots of antique, vintage and retro pieces, set for sale during John Moran Auctioneers' May 21 sale.
A rare stars and stripes framed dress and a strand of graduated natural pearls contributed to the celebration of rare pieces Thomaston Place Galleries recently.
Antique large-scale model trains, jukeboxes, and 18th century Chinese pottery, are among the lots of an eclectic auction April 24, at Sterling Associates.
A rose-cut diamond necklace sold for more than double the presale estimate to close at $54K during John Moran Auctioneers inaugural headquarters auction.
Featured at a new jewelry show slated to be held in New York, during Aq will be 25 vendors showing magnificent antique, estate, vintage, costume and designer jewelry. In addition, there will be some ladies’ accessories, such as handbags and other feminine fancies on display.
By the eve of the great Depression, in 1929, Newark, NJ, produced ninety percent of the gold jewelry in the United States. Museum curator U.G. Diets discusses in his talk "The Lower End of Splendor: Middle Class Jewelry in Context."
John Moran Auctioneers is ringing in the holidays with its inaugural Headquarters Auction, a sale of fine jewelry, watches, coins and luxury accessories scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012.
A new antiques and fine art event, Antiques & Art Avant-Garde Greenwich, will take center stage Dec. 14-16 as a ground-breaking fund-raiser for two of Fairfield County’s most respected organizations.