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Auction Description for Auktionshaus Stahl: Jewellery and Timepieces
Auction Description:

Timetable

JEWELLERY – TIMEPIECES


Jewellery   
1 – 271          11.00 to 12.45 o’clock
Timepieces – Objet de vertu
272 – 310         12.45 to 13.00 o’clock

Conditions:
We have to inform you that an additional fee of 3% plus VAT will be charged in case of a successful bidding via Invaluable.

Terms and conditions of business and auctions

By taking part in the auction, the participants in the auction acknowledge the following conditions:

§ 1 Scope, parties
(1) The following terms and conditions of business apply to auctions held by Auktionshaus Stahl GmbH & Co KG, represented by Auktionshaus Stahl Verwaltungs GmbH, Managing Director: Christiana Stahl-Kerle (Auktionshaus Stahl).
The regulations apply accordingly for the subsequent sale or sale by private contract of auction goods.

(2) Deviating, contradictory or supplementary general terms and conditions applied by the participant (bidder or purchaser) do not form a part of this contract, even if Auktionshaus Stahl is aware of them, unless Auktionshaus Stahl expressly approves their validity in writing. This requirement for approval applies in every case, for example even if Auktionshaus Stahl hosts the auction without any reservation while aware of the participant's general terms and conditions.

(3) Ancillary agreements, amendments and supplements to the individual order and/or these general terms and conditions must be expressly agreed in writing.

§ 2 Auction schedule, catalogue information
(1) The objects to be auctioned may be viewed and inspected thoroughly before the day of the auction at the times specified in advance of the auction respectively. They are auctioned in the condition that they are actually in at the time of the acceptance of the bid, in a condition reflecting their origin, their age and their use to date. The objects may display distinguishing marks (e.g., damage), which are not extensively detailed in the catalogue or other descriptions. The catalogue information (images and/or descriptions), reports of condition and the information provided by the auctioneer when offering the item for auction are intended primarily as a descriptive depiction of the item being offered for auction. They do not constitute agreements on the legal and factual nature of the items in the sense of Section § 434 Para. 1 Sentence 1 BGB (German Civil Code) or guarantees.
In case of discrepancies between the German description and catalogue information available in any another language, the German catalogue text is always definitive.

(2) In case of auctions involving pictures and paintings, any frames are viewed purely as add-ons and - if present - merely as external protection for the pictures. The condition of the frames is not taken into consideration.

(3) Each participant in the auction must procure a bidding number at the entrance to the auction room before the auction begins, providing his name and address. Should the participation in the auction be as a representative for a third party, this must be duly reported and the names and addresses of both the representative and the person represented recorded. Auktionshaus Stahl is entitled to require each participant to prove his identity by means of an ID card or passport and to leave a credit card number or cash deposit as security before handing out the bidding number.

(4) Auktionshaus Stahl is entitled - insofar as there is a factual reason in each case - to auction off the items listed in the auction catalogue in a different order and to split, combine and omit catalogue numbers.

(5) The bidding is usually opened at the price specified in the catalogue. The bids are generally increased by 10% each time. The bidder is bound to his bid until the next, higher bid is accepted. If a bid is not valid, the validity of the previous bid is not affected. The validity of a bid also persists if Auktionshaus Stahl rejects the next, higher bid based on the stipulations of these terms and conditions.

(6) Auktionshaus Stahl accepts no liability for the maintenance or establishment of a telephone or Internet connection prior to and during the auction.

§ 3 Conclusion of contracts
(1) Auktionshaus Stahl hosts auctions publicly and voluntarily on behalf of and for the account of the vendor.

(2) a) Bids are placed either directly by bidders present in the auction room, indirectly by bidders participating in the auction by means of telecommunication channels (telephone, e-mail) or in writing.
b) Telephone bids are only possible if the catalogue price of the item to be auctioned achieves a value of at least € 500.00, in which case notification of intent to bid via telephone in each individual case respectively is also a commitment to place a bid of the limit price.
c) Bidders placing bids directly in the auction room must show their bidding number clearly.
d) Bids submitted in writing by new customers must be accompanied with a copy of the person's ID card or passport and provision of the person's bank details or credit card number in writing prior to the beginning of the auction. Bids in writing must be received by Auktionshaus Stahl by 6 p.m. at the latest on the day before the auction. Bids received after the deadline may not be considered.

(3) The sums specified in the bids in writing apply as the highest bid for the hammer price excluding the premium and VAT.

(4) All bids are placed in euros (€).

(5) The contractual relationships with the bidder/purchaser are concluded when Auktionshaus Stahl accepts the bid. The highest bid will be accepted after three calls for further bids. If several parties offer the same highest bid, Auktionshaus Stahl will decide which bid to accept.

(6) Auktionshaus Stahl reserves the right to refuse to accept a bid in individual cases when there are particular grounds to do so or only to accept said bid conditionally. Particular grounds include, for example, if the bidder has failed to supply adequate security to Auktionshaus Stahl prior to the auction despite having been requested to do so.
In cases where bids are accepted conditionally, the bidder remains bound to his bid for a period of 3 weeks from the time it is placed.

(7) The purchaser has no rights of revocation and/or return in accordance with Sections § 312b ff., 355 ff. BGB (German Civil Code).

§ 4 Progression after contract conclusion
(1) The purchaser must pay the purchase price in the sum of the hammer price to Auktionshaus Stahl.

(2) The purchaser is also obliged to pay Auktionshaus Stahl a premium in the sum of 20% of the hammer price and the applicable VAT.

(3) The purchase price and premium are due for payment immediately once the bid has been accepted and invoiced. The payment can be settled via a bank transfer, in cash or using a bank card (debit card, charge card (taking the personal limit into account); direct debits are not permitted) or credit card. Credit card payments are subject to a surcharge of 4.2% of the invoice sum.

(4) The item purchased must be accepted by the purchaser immediately after acceptance of his bid; the item purchased will be handed over once all payments due in accordance with § 4 Para. 1, 2 have been settled in full.

(5) In contrast to the provision in § 4 Para. 3, if the lot is won by a bidder not present in the room, in other words a bid from outside or a bid in writing, the purchase price and premium are due on receipt of the invoice and must be settled at the place of auction within 10 days of becoming due. In this case, the successfully purchased items must be collected from the place of auction within 10 days of receipt of the invoice.

(6) The risk of accidental perishing and/or accidental deterioration passes to the purchaser with the handing over of the purchased goods to the purchaser or, in the case of shipping of the purchased items at the bidder's request, with the handing over of the goods to the forwarding company, freight carrier or other person or establishment commissioned by the purchaser to perform the shipping. Shipping is only possible based on special agreements and exclusively at the expense and risk of the purchaser.

(7) Auktionshaus Stahl only stores purchased goods subject to special agreements. If, in contradiction of the provision above, a purchased item is not collected within the period of time specified above after being purchased without such an agreement, the item purchased will be stored by a separate company once the deadline for collecting the item elapses. The costs incurred and the risk of accidental perishing and/or accidental deterioration of the goods are borne by the purchaser. Auktionshaus Stahl does not insure the purchased items.

§ 5 Reservation of title, offsetting, retention
(1) The vendor of the items to be auctioned reserves the title to the property until payment of the purchase price for the goods has been received in full. The purchaser must not resell the goods or make use of the property in any other way whilst the title is still reserved by the vendor.

(2) The purchaser may only assert offsetting rights or rights of retention with regard to the demand for payment of the purchase price and payment of the premium insofar as his claims are legally determined or undisputed.

§ 6 Liability
(1) Auktionshaus Stahl does not accept any liability except in cases of loss of life or limb or severe detriment to health which are at least due to a negligent breach of obligation on the part of Auktionshaus Stahl or an intentional or negligent breach of obligation on the part of an authorised representative or vicarious agent of Auktionshaus Stahl or damages which were caused by an intentional or grossly negligent breach of obligation on the part of Auktionshaus Stahl or an intentional or grossly negligent breach of obligation on the part of an authorised representative or vicarious agent of Auktionshaus Stahl.

(2) If the purchaser reports a defect on the purchased item, Auktionshaus Stahl is obliged to name the vendor including the complete name and address.

(3) Liability for defects is restricted to a period of one year from the handover date.

§ 7 Choice of law, jurisdiction
(1) These general terms and conditions and the legal relationships between Auktionshaus Stahl, the vendor and the purchaser are exclusively subject to the law of the Federal State of Germany. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) in particular does not apply.

(2) If the bidder/purchaser is a merchant in the sense of the German Commercial Code, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, the exclusive - including internationally - legal venue for all disputes arising directly or indirectly from this contractual relationship is the headquarters of Auktionshaus Stahl in Hamburg, Germany. However, Auktionshaus Stahl is also entitled to file suits at the successful bidder's general legal venue.

(3) Should individual provisions of these general terms and conditions prove to be partly or wholly legally invalid, the validity of the remaining general terms and conditions and any individual orders shall remain unaffected. In such a case, the parties will endeavour to replace the invalid clause with a valid one coming as close as possible to the intended economic aim of the invalid clause and agree on the validity of said clause.

Last amended: April 2014



Auktionshaus Stahl GmbH & Co KG,
Hamburg (AG Hamburg HRA 117044)
VAT identification no. DE293221150

Individually liable shareholder:
Auktionshaus Stahl Verwaltungs GmbH,
Hamburg (AG Hamburg HRB 129727)

Managing Director: Christiana Stahl-Kerle
Officially appointed and sworn auctioneer
Payment by Credit Card:
Card payments are accepted but are subject to an additional fee of 4,2 %.
Shipping Terms:
The auction house will cooperate with the customer in arranging a shipment at the expense of the bidder. Contact Auction House for further Information.


Shipping Instruction
In case you wish shipment of the purchased items, please contact our shipping department. Insured transport will be carried out following receipt of payment, charges and risks are solely at your expense.

Shipping department: Mr. André Osten
Phone +49 - 40 34 34 73 e-mail: versand@auktionshaus-stahl.de

Jewellery and Timepieces (310 Lots)

by Auktionshaus Stahl

February 25, 2017, 11:00 AM CET

Live Auction

Hamburg, Germany

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A golden necklace with medaillons

Description: A golden necklace with medaillons 14 ct. yellow gold, marked. Five medaillons of varying shapes partyl antique with red and green glass stones and 2 small diam., with flowers and 1 red tourmaline in oval cut, with applications of stars and one stone with enamel. W. 3,5 mm, l. 42 cm, weight approx. 20 g.

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An Art Nouveau necklace with pearls and peridots 'edelweiss'

Description: An Art Nouveau necklace with pearls and peridots 'edelweiss' Early 20th cent. 14 ct. roségold. In front with small seed pearls, blister pearls with 1 old cut diam. approx. 0,05 ct. and 3 peridots in round cut. L. 41 cm, weight approx. 11 g.

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An antique enamel diamond jewellery set with brooch and pair of earrings

Description: An antique enamel diamond jewellery set with brooch and pair of earrings Austria/Hungary, around 1870 and around 1930/40. 14 ct. yellow and red gold, partly gilded, marked, MM: 'HW', 'B'. All together with blue enamel, 2 rose cut diam. and 1 old cut diam. (approx. 0,30 ct. K.vs in silver mounting, small chip). Younger brooch: slightly different ornament, needle differently marked. A pair of earrings with folding clasp 28 x 20 mm, brooch 34 x 40 mm. Comp. Divis, no. 973. Weight in total approx. 19 g.

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A Vintage bangle bracelet with emeralds

Description: A Vintage bangle bracelet with emeralds Around 1940. 14 ct. yellow gold, marked. In front with 2 emeralds in round cut and 9 small round brillant cut diam. in total approx. 0,25 ct. I/J.vs-P. In front w. 15 mm, inside measurements 55 x 60 mm, weight with added safetychain approx. 17 g.

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Three Biedermeier brooches with amethyst, tourmaline and turquoise

Description: Three Biedermeier brooches with amethyst, tourmaline and turquoise 19th cent. Brooch with red tourmaline (21 x 41 mm, 14 ct. gold, reverse foiled, gilded needle brooch mounting and safteychain added, rep., weight approx. 4 g.), amethyst brooch (28 x 32 mm, gilded, rep.), turquoise brooch (35 x 51 mm, gilded).

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Three garnet pieces of jewellery

Description: Three garnet pieces of jewellery Gilded. 2 brooches (flowershaped 32 x 32 mm, 52 x 20 mm), 1 bangle bracelet (inside measurements 52 x 39 mm, small rep.). 1 small stone missing, partly reverse closed setting .Weight in total aprpox. 39 g.

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An antique garnet bangle bracelet

Description: An antique garnet bangle bracelet Early 20th cent. Silver, gilded, marked '800'. In front set with faceted cut garnet stones. Safety chain. Inside measurements 55 x 50 mm, in front w. 21 mm, weight approx. 21 g.

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A classical brooch with sepia miniature painting

Description: A classical brooch with sepia miniature painting End 18th cent. 14 c. roségold. Sepai miniature painting on bone, behind glass, unopened. Framing with blue and white enamel. Reverse side closed setting. Needle and eyelet added, small traces of age. Can be worn as a pendant as well. 33 x 20 mm, weight appro. 6,5 g.

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A Victorian coral necklace

Description: A Victorian coral necklace End 19th cent. 14 ct. yellow gold. In front four coral chain links, middle part with two shaped hands (1 finger damaged) and one brooch as clasp with carved with head of the Medusa. On the hands two small turquoise. L. approx. 37 cm, l. middle part/claps with hands and head approx. 8,5 cm, weight approx. 23,4 g. Data and replacement value of 1.400 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Institut Hamburg of 2005.

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An antique cameo pendant in Renaissance style

Description: An antique cameo pendant in Renaissance style End 19th cent. 14 ct. roségold, with yellow gold gilded. Oval shaped agate with carved lady's portrait. Can be worn as a clip pendant as well as a brooch. 57 x 33 mm, weight approx. 14 g.

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A french classical brooch with enamel painting and seepearls

Description: A french classical brooch with enamel painting and seepearls Paris, mid 18th cent. Silver, gilded, marked. The polychrome enamel painting on black ground. Applications of bows and branches with small creme coloured seedpearls. 49 x 36 mm, weight approx. 8 g. Comp. Divis, no. 989.

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A late Biedermeier brooch with ornament of edelweiss

Description: A late Biedermeier brooch with ornament of edelweiss Second half 19th cent. 14 ct. yellow and roségold, with silver. In the center applicated ornament of an edelweiss (red tourmaline with seed pearls), on the sides green glass stones. Reverse closed setting, needle probably added. with mark Hungary after 1960. 51 x 31mm, weight approx. 8 g.

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A pair of antique opal earpendants

Description: A pair of antique opal earpendants Early 20th cent. 8 ct. yellow gold, marked '333'. Hook shaped earrings, each with one opal in pear shape. 1 small half pearl, 1 pearl missing. 34 x 7 mm, weight approx. 2 g.

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A Biedermeier brooch with porcelain miniature

Description: A Biedermeier brooch with porcelain miniature 19th cent. 14 ct. roségold. Miniature painting with two ladies in landscape. Small traces of age. 32 x 39 mm.

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Three cameo brooches

Description: Three cameo brooches Early 20th cent. Shell cameo 'Spanish Girl' (48 x 36 mm, gilded), agate stone cameo 'Three Graces' (14 ct. roségold, 32 x 26 mm), light stone cameo 'Demeter' (47 x 36 mm, gilded).

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An antique coral bracelet with amulet

Description: An antique coral bracelet with amulet Early 20th cent. Gilded. In front large oval quartz cabochon, turnable with reverse photography of a boy behind glass. Bracelet of small coral stones. Amulet 46 x 53 mm, l. 18 cm, Weight appox. 22 g.

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A pair of russian diamond earrings

Description: A pair of russian diamond earrings Baku/ USSR, 20th cent. 583 roségold with white gold, marked. In front all together 20 small diam. in 8/8 cut in total approx. 0,60 ct. H-I.vvs-si. 18 x 10 mm, weight approx. 5,5 g. Comp. Verzeichnis d. russ. Gold- und Silbermarken, p. 98.

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An antique diamond brooch

Description: An antique diamond brooch End 19th cent. 14 ct. gold. Setting with 9 rose cut diam., reverse closed setting. Small traces of age. 26 x 28 mm, weight approx. 7 g.

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A Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet with diamonds

Description: A Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet with diamonds End 19th cent. 18 ct. yellow gold, with silver, indistinctly marked. In front applicated rosette (probably added), with 23 rose cut diam. of partly unround and incomplete faceted cut in total approx. 1 ct. middle to lower quality field. Inside measurements 54 x 42 mm, w. 36 mm, weight approx. 58,1 g. Data and replacement value of 2.500 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Insitut Hamburg of 2005.

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A Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet with diamonds

Description: A Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet with diamonds End 19th cent. 14 ct. yellow gold with silver. In front enlarged with applicated rosette (probably added), setting with 27 rose cut diam. in total approx. 1,40 ct. middle to lower quality field. With 2 folding hinges. Inside measurements 61 x 55 mm, w. in ront 48 mm, weight approx. 94,3 g. Data and replacement value of 3.800 Euro according to report of the Gemmol

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An extraordinary Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet 'Snake'

Description: An extraordinary Fin-de-Siècle bangle bracelet 'Snake' End 19th cent. 14 ct. red and yellow gold. In front blue enamel snake's head with large rose topaz in pear shaped cut approx. 12 ct. (approx. 27 x 9 x 7 mm), 28 old cut diam. on silver in total approx. 3 ct. middle to lower quality filed and 2 small ruby cabochons. Two folding hinges. Enamel with small chips. In front w. 18 mm, inside measurements 50 x 38 mm, weight approx. 34,6 g. Data and replacement value of 9.000 Euro according to the report of the Gemmologisches Institut Hamburg of 2005.

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A Fin-de-Siècle enamel brooch with diamonds and pearls 'Cross Over'

Description: A Fin-de-Siècle enamel brooch with diamonds and pearls 'Cross Over' End 19th cent. 18 ct. roségold, gold plated. Setting with 19 diam. in old and rose cut in total approx. 1,15 ct. middle to lower quality field and with 4 blister pearls. Small damages. 58 x 22 mm, weight approx. 13,9 g. Data and replacement value of 1.400 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Institut Hamburg of 2005.

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A Fin-de-Siècle enamel bangle bracelet with diamonds and pearls 'Cross Over'

Description: A Fin-de-Siècle enamel bangle bracelet with diamonds and pearls 'Cross Over' End 19th cent. 18 ct. red gold, gold plated. All around with green enamel, in front with 21 diam. in old and rose cut in total approx. 1 ct. middle to lower quality field and with 2 blister pearls. With 2 folding hinges. Small damages. W. approx. 0,5 - 0,9 cm, middle part l. approx. 5 cm. Inside measurements 43 x 53 mm, weight with added safety chain approx. 37,3 g. Data and replacement value of 2.200 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Insitut Hamburg of 2005.

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Two antique brooches with diamonds and seed pearls

Description: Two antique brooches with diamonds and seed pearls 19th cent. Gilded, partly with 14 ct. roségold. 2 pieces: round brooch with blue enamel and 7 diam. in old cut in total approx. 0,30 ct. K-M.si-P. (Diameter 24 mm), onyx seed pearl brooch (32 x 26 mm). Traces of age.

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A Belle Epoque bracelet with turquoise and enamel ornaments

Description: A Belle Epoque bracelet with turquoise and enamel ornaments End 19th cent. 14 ct. red and yellow gold. In front large turquoise in enamel setting. Traces of age, 1 turquoise missing, additions. In front w. 17 mm, l. approx. 17 cm, weight with safetychain in reg gold approx. 18 g.

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A large Art Déco amethyst pendant with diamonds

Description: A large Art Déco amethyst pendant with diamonds Around 1930. 14 ct. roségold with white gold. The large, colourful amethyst in emerald cut approx. 48 ct. (approx. 26 x 20 x 14 mm), framed by 10 round brillant cut diam. in millegriffes setting in total approx. 0,80 ct. H-K.vvs-P. With eyelet 56 x 23 mm, weight approx. 19 g.

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A large Art Nouveau amethyst brooch

Description: A large Art Nouveau amethyst brooch Early 20th cent. 14 ct. red gold, surface gold plated. The large amethyst in oval cut approx. 130 ct. (approx. 41 x 27 x 15 mm, polish slightly worn), framed by 22 round cut amethysts and 20 rose cut diam. in total approx. 0,20 ct. Needle mounting can be removed. 54 x 40 mm, weight approx. 52,3 g. Data and replacement value of 2.600 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Institut Hambur of 2005.

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A bracelet and pendant with amethyst diamond setting

Description: A bracelet and pendant with amethyst diamond setting A. 1960. 18 ct. yellow gold with white gold, partly marked. 2 pieces: bracelet (l. 16,5 cm, w. 13 mm), pendant (42 x 27 mm). In total setting with 5 amethysts in oval cut and 1 amethyst in fantasie cut (approx. 60 ct., 32 x 24 x 16 mm) in total approx. over 110 ct. and with 109 diam. in navette and 8/8 cut in total approx. 2,30 ct. I-P.vs-P. Weight in total approx. 53 g.

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An Art Nouveau bangle bracelet with amethyst and seed pearls

Description: An Art Nouveau bangle bracelet with amethyst and seed pearls Early 20th cent. 14 ct. red gold, indistinctly marked. In front one amethyst in oval cut approx. 4,50 ct. (approx. 1,5 x 10 x 6,5 mm), framed by 18 seed pearls. Inside measurements 56 x 47 mm, weight approx. 14 g.

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A Vintage golden bracelet with amethyst and emeralds

Description: A Vintage golden bracelet with amethyst and emeralds Around 1960/70. 14 ct. yellow gold. The amethyst cabochon in triangle cut approx. 12 x 12 mm, with 4 small emeralds and 6 small diam. in 8/8 cut. Clasp marked 750. W. 16 mm, l. 19,5 cm, weight approx. 58 g.

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A pair of fine flower shaped diamond earrings

Description: A pair of fine flower shaped diamond earrings Platinum, marked 'SK 950'. Each with one solitaire round brillant cut diam. in total approx. 1,20 ct. G-H.vvs-vs. (diameter approx. 5,50 mm), on the sides in pavé setting all together 66 round brillant cut diam. in total approx. 1,80 - 1,90 ct. G-I.vvs-vs. Stud and clip handle in white gold. 19 x 21 mm, weight approx. 11 g.

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An Art Déco diamond necklace

Description: An Art Déco diamond necklace Around 1925. 18 ct. white gold. Open worked in millegriffes setting 85 diam. in old, rose and 8/8 cut in total approx. over 2,50 ct. J-P.si-P. (the center old cut diam. approx. 0,65 ct.). 3 diam. missing, 2 small imitations added. Pendant 70 x 31 mm, l. 47 cm, weight approx. 11 g.

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A aquamarine diamond necklace in the style of Art Nouveau

Description: A aquamarine diamond necklace in the style of Art Nouveau 14 ct. white gold with roségold. Pendant with 1 large aquamarine in pear cut approx. 4 ct. (approx. 14 x 9 x 6 mm), 3 small aquamarine in round cut and 91 small round brillant cut diam. in total approx. 1 ct. J-Q.vs-P. Necklace l. 45 cm, pendant 49 x 21 mm, weight approx. 10 g.

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A sapphire diamond ring

Description: A sapphire diamond ring Early 20th cent. Platinum, marked 'All Plat'. The sapphire in round cut approx. 1 ct. (diameter approx. 6,2 mm), framed by 2 small diam. in baguette cut in total approx. 0,20 ct. I/J.vs. and 34 small diam. in rose and old cut. Size 56, weight approx. 3g.

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An Art Nouveau citrine pendant

Description: An Art Nouveau citrine pendant Vienna, early 20th cent. 14 ct. yellow gold, marked, control mark indistinctly, with silver. The quartz in pear shaped cut approx. 25 - 28 ct. (approx. 28 x 17,5 x 11,5 mm), the top with 1 old cut diam. approx. 0,10 ct. and with 10 small diam. in rose cut. With eyelet 41 x 17,5 mm, weight approx. 7 g.

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An Art Nouveau diamond brooch with opal

Description: An Art Nouveau diamond brooch with opal Around 1900. 18 ct. roségold, silver, platinised, 18 ct. yellow gold. Salzburg import mark after 1931. Rich setting of high brilliance with 1 old cut diam. in cushion shaped approx. 0,40 ct. J.vs. and 73 rose cut diam. Additions like yellow gold bars and opal hearts. 1 small rose cut diam. missing. 42 x 37 mm, weight approx. 11 g. Comp. Divis, no. 1144.

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A brooch with old cut diamonds

Description: A brooch with old cut diamonds 14 ct. gold, platinised and platinum. Diamond setting all together approx. 7 - 7,30 ct. H-J/K.vvs-si.: in antique, heartshaped pavé setting 4 large old cut diam. and 1 prongsetted old cut diam. in total approx. over 4 ct. I-K.vs-si (diameter approx. 6,55 - 6,7 mm), framed by 39 small old cut diam. in total approx. 1,10 ct. In platinum channel setting 12 baguette cut diam. in total approx. 2,20 ct. H-I.vvs-vs. (added). Marriage of the mid 20th century. 49 x 30 mm, weight approx. 9 g.

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A pair of Art Nouveau opal diamond earpendants

Description: A pair of Art Nouveau opal diamond earpendants Early 20th cent. 9 ct. roségold with silver, marked '9'. The opal in cabochon cut (approx. 7,8 x 5,7 x 4,8 mm), the framing and bars with all together 36 small old cut diam. unround shape in total approx. 1,50 - 1,60 ct. I-K.vs-P. Earclips. 38 x 11 mm, weight approx. 5 g.

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A pair of fine diamond earpendants

Description: A pair of fine diamond earpendants Platinum. Earhook pendants with ornaments of bows and hearts, setting all together with 86 diam. in old, round brillant and 8/8 cut in total approx. 6 ct. H-P./Light Brown(R).vvs-P. 56 x 26 mm, weight approx. 13 g.

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An emerald diamond necklace in Art Nouveau style

Description: An emerald diamond necklace in Art Nouveau style 18 ct. roségold with white gold. The emerald in bezel setting approx. 1,10 ct. (approx. 7,5 x 6 x 4,4 mm), with 52 round brillant cut diam. in total approx. 0,40 ct. I-L.vs-P. Pendant 29 x 19 mm, l. 43,5 cm, weight approx. 7 g.

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An antique emerald diamond brooch

Description: An antique emerald diamond brooch Early 20th cent. 18 ct. yellow gold with silver, marked. Heart shaped, set with rose cut diam. and 2 emeralds in pear shaped cut in total approx. 0,70 ct. (approx. 7,3/7,5 x 4,2/3,9 x 2,4 mm) and with 3 rubies in round cut. Can be worn as a pendant as well. 35 x 33 mm, weight approx. 10 g.

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An antique tourmaline diamond ring

Description: An antique tourmaline diamond ring Early 20th cent. 14 ct. roségold, marked, with platinizing. In bezel setting the green tourmaline in emerald cut approx. 3 ct. (approx. 9,5 x 7,7 x 5 mm), on the sides 6 small diam. in antique 8/8 cut in total approx. 0,06 ct. SIze 56, weight approx. 3,5 g.

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An Art Déco emerald diamond ring

Description: An Art Déco emerald diamond ring Around 1925/30. Platinum, marked 'Pt.'. The emerald in emerald cut approx. 0,50 ct. (approx. 4,5 x 4,5 x 3,35 mm). With 42 diam. in 8/8 cut (4 diam. in older round cut) in total approx. 0,50 ct. upper to lower quality in millegriffes setting. Size 54, weight approx. 3,4 g. Data and replacement value of 2.800 Euro according to report of the Gemmologisches Institut Hamburg of 2005.

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A Vintage emerald diamond ring

Description: A Vintage emerald diamond ring Warsaw, mid 20th cent. 14 ct. roségold, marked, '583', controlmark, MM 'WZ', with silver. The emerald in round cut in bezel setting approx. 1,60 ct. (diameter approx. 7,3 mm, h. 5,7 mm), framed by 12 old cut diam. in cushion cut in total approx. 0,60 ct. mid to lower quality. Size 53, weight approx. 2,8 g. Details and replacement value of 1.600 Euro according to report of the Gemmologischen Institut Hamburg 2005.

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An Art Nouveau diamond ring

Description: An Art Nouveau diamond ring 14 ct. roségold, marked with platinum. In millegriffes setting 3 old cut diam. in total approx. 0,20 ct. I-L.vs-P. Framed by 16 small rose cut diam. Ringtop w. 16 mm, size 53, weight approx. 3 g.

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An Art Nouveau diamond ring

Description: An Art Nouveau diamond ring Around 1900. 14 ct. roségold, with silver. Ringtop with central rose cut diam. in roségold bezel setting with 24 small diam. in 8/8 cut. Reverse closed setting. Size 55, weight approx. 4 g.

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An Art Nouveau rhodolith pearl ring

Description: An Art Nouveau rhodolith pearl ring Early 20th cent. 18 ct. yellow gold, marked. Oval cut rhodolith in purpur rose colour approx. 2,60 ct. (approx. 11,5 x 6,5 x 3,5 mm), framed by 20 small seedpearls. Size 54, weight approx. 4,5 g.

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An Art Déco sapphire diamond ring

Description: An Art Déco sapphire diamond ring Around 1930. 18 ct. white gold, marked. Setting with one central sapphire in baguette cut approx. 0,50 ct. (approx. 5 x 3,8 x 2,5 mm), with 34 diam. in carrée and 8/8 cut in total approx. 1,20 ct. H-I.vvs-vs. Ringtop w. 11 mm, size 53/54, weight approx. 6 g.

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An Art Déco brooch with sapphires and diamonds

Description: An Art Déco brooch with sapphires and diamonds Around 1920. 18 ct. gold, platinised. In the center 9 sapphires in round, cushion and pear shaped cut, on the sides 22 small diam. in old and rose cut. 48 x 16 mm, weight approx. 8, g.

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An Art Déco diamond ring

Description: An Art Déco diamond ring Around 1920. 14 ct. white gold, marked, 'SC'. In millegriffes setting all together round brillant cut diam. of approx. 2,25 ct.: the center diam. approx. 1,25 ct. I-J.vs., on the sides each one diam. in total approx. 0,50 ct. H-I.si-P. and furthe 10 small diam. in total approx. 0,50 ct. H-J.vs-P. Size 53, weight approx. 6,5 g.

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