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Antique Diamond Gold and Silver Top Pendeloque Earrings

A pair of antique silver-top/18 karat gold rhodium plated earrings with diamonds. The pair of earrings have 96 Old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 8.70 carats, (including large diamonds, approximate weight .75 carat each), H/I/J color, SI clarity. In the late 19th century, a revival of Georgian and French 18th-Century design took place. These pendeloque ear pendants exemplify this revival, as the majority of ear pendants of this age were set entirely with diamonds or a combination of diamonds and pearls. Similar examples of these earrings are illustrated in Earrings, by Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi, Thames & Hudson, 1990, pgs. 71-76.

Circa: 1880
Dimensions: 1-1/2" length x 3/4" width
Item #:  ER-16126
Price:   $32,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Antique Diamond Gold and Silver Top Pendeloque Earrings

Antique Diamond Pink Topaz Gold and Silver Top Girandole Earrings

A pair of English Antique 15 karat gold and oxidized silver earrings with diamonds and pink topaz. The earrings have 86 round old European-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 7.20 carats, and 8 pear and round-cut pink topaz stones with an approximate total weight of 4.70 carats. In the Georgian-style of girandole earrings. With antique box. Similar earrings are pictured in "Earrings, From Antiquity to the Present", by Daniella Mascetti, Amanda Triossi. Thames & Hudson, 1990, page pg. 50-51.

Circa: 1900-1910
Dimensions: 3 inches in length x ¾ inches at widest
Item #:  ER-16168
Price:   $47,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Antique Diamond Pink Topaz Gold and Silver Top Girandole Earrings

Antique Natural Pearl and Diamond Earrings

A pair of Antique 18 kt gold and oxidized silver earrings with diamonds and pearls. The earrings have 22 old mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 5.90 carats, K/L color, SI clarity, and 2 Natural saltwater pearls measuring 11.91 x 11.27 x 9.23 mm; 11.90 x 11.05 x 8.54 mm. Gemological Institute of America Pearl Report #2165053962 stating "Natural Saltwater'. The earrings are composed in a classic cluster motif. The lever backs are newer.

Circa: 1870’s
Dimensions: 7/8 inch in diameter
Item #:  ER-16840
Price:   $48,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Antique Natural Pearl and Diamond Earrings

Van Cleef & Arpels Estate White and Natural Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond Earrings

A pair of Estate 18 karat gold and platinum earrings with white and yellow diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels. The earrings have 96 round-cut white diamonds with an approximate total weight of 10.50 carats, F/G color, VS clarity and 96 round-cut natural fancy vivid yellow diamonds with an approximate total weight of 10.50 carats. The diamonds range in size from ,07 carat to .15 carat. The earrings have been certified by the Gemological Institute of America, certificate- #2175461170 for the natural fancy vivid yellow diamonds.

Artist: Van Cleef & Arpels
Signed: “Van Cleef & Arpels NY” “55437”
Dimensions: 1'' length x 7/8'' width
Item #:  ER-17594
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Van Cleef & Arpels Estate White and Natural Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond Earrings

Van Cleef & Arpels Late-20th Century Diamond, Platinum and Gold Earrings

A pair of French Late-20th Century platinum and 18 karat gold earrings with diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels. The earrings have 104 circular-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 17.00 carats, E/F color, VS clarity. The earrings are designed as dimensional domed clusters. With signed Van Cleef & Arpels gray silk pouch.

Artist: Van Cleef & Arpels
Signed: “Van Cleef & Arpels, N.Y., no. 33029”
Circa: 1980’s
Dimensions: 1 inch in diameter
Item #:  ER-16953
Price:  Price on Request. Call (212) 644-6400
Van Cleef & Arpels Late-20th Century Diamond, Platinum and Gold Earrings

Meister Swiss Mid-20th Century Sapphire, Diamond and Gold Earrings

A pair of Swiss Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold earrings with sapphires and diamonds by Meister. The earrings have 28 multi colored sapphires with an approximate total weight of 17.40 carats, and 22 diamonds with an approximate total weight of 1.70 carats. The earrings are designed in an articulated cascading drop motif. In 1881, the goldsmith Emil Meister founded a shop for trading in jewelry and silverware. Now in its fourth generation, the shop is still based in Zurich and continues to create exclusive jewelry collections.

Artist: Meister
Signed: "EM" makers mark for Emil Meister 750
Circa: 1960's
Dimensions: 2" length x 3/4" width.
Item #:  ER-17159
Price:   $35,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Meister Swiss Mid-20th Century Sapphire, Diamond and Gold Earrings

David Webb Mid-20th Century Ruby, Diamond and Gold Earrings

A pair of American Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold earrings with rubies and diamonds by David Webb. The earrings are composed of 3 leaves set with 48 round cabochon rubies with an approximate total weight of 8.50 carats, and 18 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .72 carat. The foliate earrings are framed with twisted gold wire.

Artist: David Webb
Signed: “Webb 18kt”
Circa: 1960's
Dimensions: 1 1/2 inches in length x 1 inch in width
Item #:  ER-16591
Price:   $24,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
David Webb Mid-20th Century Ruby, Diamond and Gold Earrings

Marianne Ostier Mid-20th Century Diamond and Gold Earrings

A pair of 18 karat gold earrings with diamonds by Marianne Ostier. The earrings contain 32 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 2.60 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. The earrings are composed of twisted gold wire forming a cone shape which is topped with a cluster of diamonds. "A Collection of Jewelry, Designed by Marianne Ostier Ostier, Inc., one of New York's leading jewelers dealing precious-stone jewelery of original design and superb custom craftsmanship, was closed in September of this year [1969], following the death of its co-founder, Oliver Ostier. The present sale offers the entire stock of this distinguished firm. All pieces are original designs of Marianne Ostier, co-founder with her late husband of the firm and an internationally famed designer of jewelery. Of the decision to close the business, Marianne Ostier said: With the passing of my husband, I have had to devote more and more of my efforts to administrative duties. These demands of my time can no longer be met without artistic compromise which to me is unacceptable. Representing the third generation of court jewelers in Austria, Oliver Ostier came to America following the Anschluss of 1938. Shortly thereafter he founded the firm of Ostier, Inc., with his wife Marianne, a talented painter and sculptress as well as an artist in the design of jewelry. Author of Jewels and the woman , the basic primer of the art of wearing jewelry, Marianne Ostier's designs became major jewelry fashions and classics of modern designed jewelry. She is repsonsible for numerous innovations, such as the pincushion clip, the famed skin pin and free-from jewelry; she pioneered in abstract designs for jewelry and, as a sculptress, brought a new dimension to her work in jewelry design. For many years, Mrs. Ostier won the Diamond U.S.A. Award and the Diamond International Award for design excellence. The first life-time member elected to the Diamonds-International Academy, the hall of fame for modern jewelry designers, she represented the United States at the Art in Precious Jewelry exhibition at the Finch College Museum of Art in 1966, which featured the work of the foremost designers of ten countries. Among the artists, in addition to Mrs. Ostier, were Georges Braques and Salvador Dali. The exhibition and sale of Marianne Ostier Originals marks the end of an important chapter in the history of jewelry design. The catalogue of her oeuvres eloquently records her contribution toward advancing this art form." From the Ostier Sale held by Park-Bernet Galleries catalogue in 1969. jewelry. She is repsonsible for numerous innovations, such as the pincushion clip, the famed skin pin and free-from jewelry; she pioneered in abstract designs for jewelry and, as a sculptress, brought a new dimension to her work in jewelry design. For many years, Mrs. Ostier won the Diamond U.S.A. Award and the Diamond International Award for design excellence. The first life-time member elected to the Diamonds-International Academy, the hall of fame for modern jewelry designers, she represented the United States at the Art in Precious Jewelry exhibition at the Finch College Museum of Art in 1966, which featured the work of the foremost designers of ten countries. Among the artists, in addition to Mrs. Ostier, were Georges Braques and Salvador Dali. The exhibition and sale of Marianne Ostier Originals marks the end of an important chapter in the history of jewelry design. The catalogue of her oeuvres eloquently records her contribution toward advancing this art form. .

Artist: Marianne Ostier
Signed: Maker’s mark.
Circa: Mid-20th Century
Dimensions: 3/4" diameter
Item #:  ER-16845
Price:   $12,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Marianne Ostier Mid-20th Century Diamond and Gold Earrings
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