Jewellery created by the premier designers in the industry will go under the hammer on Thursday June 23 at Doyle, New York.
The auction will feature a vast collection of fine rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets, produced by companies like Van Cleef and Arpels, Cartier, Tiffany and Co. and Bulgari.
Standout pieces among the glittering lots include a Platinum Leaf Clip, made-up of 56 diamonds, which could sell for as much as $9,000.
For an item of this quality, made by a name as respected as Cartier, that is an attractive price tag. Other Cartier pieces have sold for much higher prices recently.
Another interestingly designed piece is a White Gold, Black Onyx and Diamond Necklace, with an elegant cross-stitch style which shows off its 88 gems well. Striking and bold, it is priced at between $4,000-6,000.
If diamonds are not your thing, then there is still plenty on offer for any collector of fine jewellery to be interested in. With gold becoming rarer and more valuable, $4,000-6,000 for a Van Cleef and Arpels Gold and Sapphire Necessaire is a good price, and is an item that will certainly increase in value as the market becomes stronger.
An even more impressive piece comes in the form of a Gold Lion Head Belt Buckle, with its exceptional level of detail. Produced by David Webb, it is a piece designed to be noticed.
Given the fact that during the last few years the worth of Gold and Diamonds has significantly increased, prices like this provide new collectors with a chance to invest in jewellery which will become more valuable in future.
There is even strong evidence to suggest that investing in items like this could give a better return on your money than stocks and shares...
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