Exhibition: February 20 - 23
ABOUT THIS CATEGORY
Doyle New York offers jewelry in auctions throughout the year. The Important Estate Jewelry sales, held three times each year, showcase luxurious jewelry that spans the Antique, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Modern eras. Featured are exquisite rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets set with diamonds, colored stones, jade and natural pearls, as well as gold jewelry, gentlemen’s accessories and objets de vertu, by such prestigious designers as Cartier, Bulgari, David Webb, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati, JAR, Yard, Verdura, Schlumberger, and Tiffany & Co, among many others.
Auctions in the category of Fine Jewelry offer a broad array of jewelry with more moderate estimates than in the Important Estate Jewelry sales. In addition, every summer Doyle New York offers Fine Jewelry together with Contents of Abandoned Safe Deposit Boxes by order of various banks. Featured is a large assortment of fine signed and unsigned pieces. Three times each year, Doyle New York offers fine jewelry by order of the Provident Loan Society.
SELL IN THIS AUCTION
Our specialists are always available to discuss the sale of a single object or an entire collection. To have your property evaluated for possible consignment you may:
Mail photographs along with a print out of the Photo Submission Form.
Or call 212-427-2730
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RECENT AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS
SVP, Director, Jewelry Department
212-427-4141, ext 221
Ann Lange joined Doyle New York in 2004 as a gemologist and jewelry appraiser. She is responsible for valuing a wide range of property including nineteenth century, period and contemporary jewelry as well as diamonds and colored stones. She frequently participates in estate appraisals and contributes to collecting property for upcoming jewelry sales.
Prior to joining Doyle, Ms. Lange was Vice President and Director of the Arcade Fine Jewelry Division at Sotheby's for fifteen years. She has also acted as a consultant in private sales and in the wholesale jewelry business.
Ms. Lange received a Bachelor of Arts in French from Boston University. After working in her family's jewelry business, she went on to pursue a graduate gemological certificate at the Gemological Institute of America.
Sold For $764,000
Platinum, Natural Pearl and Diamond Sautoir, Tiffany & Co.
Sold For $254,500
Jade and Diamond Ring
Sold For $110,500
Emerald and Diamond Necklace/Bracelet Combination
Sold For $181,000
Fancy Yellow Diamond and Diamond Ring
Sold For $145,000