A French Mid-20th Century 18 karat gold "Philippine" ring with diamonds and pink coral by Van Cleef & Arpels. The ring is bombé shaped and has 18 diamonds with an approximate total weight of .48 carat set between two pink coral shoulders. "The Philippine ring was created in 1968 and is made of a slender reed turned back on itself, encrusted with brilliants at the center and various hard stones in the shank." Pictured in Van Cleef & Arpels, by Sylvie Raulet, Rizzoli International, 1987, page 144.
A pair of Estate coral, diamond and 18 karat gold earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels. The articulated earrings have 4 oval cabochon coral centers that are framed with 90 round-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 7.50 carats, G/H color, VS clarity. The suspended bottoms of the earrings are detachable. With Van Cleef & Arpels box.
An American mid-20th Century 18 karat yellow gold brooch with enamel, diamonds and coral, attributed to Donald Claflin for Tiffany & Co. The brooch has a cabochon coral face with black enamel eyes, turquoise enamel dress, and 16 round brilliant-cut diamonds, with total approximate weight of 0.55 carats, sprinkled through the figure''s hair. The brooch measures approximately 2.75" in length and 1" in width.
Welcome to the sweet spot of summer! In the spirit of "Everyday Revelry", let David Webb''s luscious earclips and their oversize gumdrop charm transport you to the carefree days of childhood. Indulge guilt-free in these candy totems, crafted of precious, exquisitely-carved coral and sapphire, sprinkled with diamond sugar.A pair of contemporary 18 karat gold and platinum earrings with sapphires, diamonds and coral by David Webb. Each earring centers one fluted carved cabochon sapphire measuring 11.95 X 10.00 mm, surrounded by a total of 40 round brilliant-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 0.90 carats, accented by fluted carved corals, with the earrings overall measuring 25 x 22.5 mm. Accompanied by original David Webb box.
A French 18 karat gold elephant brooch with coral and enamel by Van Cleef and Arpels. A novelty brooch of an elephant with oval-cut emerald eyes that have the approximate total weight of .24 carat, carved white coral tusks and black enamel feet, in textured 18 karat yellow gold.
An American Contemporary 18 karat gold brooch with diamonds, emeralds, amethysts, turquoise and coral by Henry Dunay. The piece is a beautiful and playful array of cabochon amethyst, turquoise and coral set in twisted gold bezels, accented with raised, gold-framed diamonds and organized in an arresting organic lozenge shape. The brooch has 34 white round brilliant-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of 3.40 carats, 10 cabochon emeralds with an approximate total weight of 1.50 carats, 16 cabochon amethysts, 12 cabochon turquoise, 4 cabochon coral-Pendant attachment on back.Henry Dunay''s Miniature GardenThis pendant-brooch by Henry Dunay speaks to the little art works coming into bloom all around us here on the streets of New York. The sight of vibrantly colored sidewalk micro-gardens, and the joy they bring, are an eagerly-anticipated spring phenomenon, a joint gift of nature and our generous, talented neighbors. Within the constraints of a few square feet, framed by ornamental ironwork, these little early modernist style compositions of hue, form and texture are conjured from miniature tulips, narcissus, snowdrops, crocus and periwinkles, all interspersed with electric spring-green leaves. Fellow New Yorker Henry Dunay, a lifelong jeweler, champion of handmade work, and recipient of numerous awards, says that an important aspect of his art has been to capture a se
nse of natural flow, and to speak to our subconscious minds. He succeeds brilliantly here, with this joyful evocation of the natural jewels of spring.
An Italian Mid-20th century 18 karat gold chain with 16 cylindrical and sphere-shaped red coral beads. The chain of this dynamic and highly wearable piece is intricately textured. Its tight links give the visual impression of great weight and great complexity, despite the chain being wearably light. The tightly-clustered chain with its intense patterning is beautifully offset by the clean, simple and brightly colored beads of coral in streamlined cylindrical and spherical shapes.
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