Sotheby’s Fine Jewels- 7 June 2017

Take a look at Royal and Noble Jewels to be sold at the Sotheby’s Fine Jewels on June 7, 2017 in London-

Sotheby’s Fine Jewels- 7 June 2017

Gold and Gem-set Ring

Estimate: 4,0006,000 GBP Sold: 5,000 GBP

From Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught

 

A bezel set ring with an oval crystal-intaglio depicting the monogram of Prince Arthur, within a surround of mixed-cut sapphires and diamonds, to a crown surmount set with emeralds, rubies and diamonds, the reverse inscribed “From Prince Arthur 1868.
Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, (1850 – 1942) was the seventh child and third son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who served for some 40 years in the army seeing service in various parts of the British Empire and was also appointed as Governor General of Canada. He was the father of Prince Arthur of Connaught, Crown Princess Margret of Sweden, and Lady Patricia Ramsay.

Diamond and Sapphire Brooch

Estimate: 25,000 — 35,000 GBP Sold: 32,500 GBP

Property of a Nobleman

 

Designed as a sunburst mounted en tremblant, set with a cushion-shaped sapphire diamonds, this sapphire and diamond brooch is the Property of a Nobleman.

Diamond Brooch | Diamond Brooches

Estimate: 16,000 — 24,000 GBP| 3,000 — 5,000 GBP

From a European Noble Family

 

The first brooch is of sunburst design, the centre collet-set with a foil-backed rose diamond, the surround set with circular-cut diamondsThe second two are of crescent moon design, set with circular-, brilliant-cut and baguette diamonds, which come from a European Noble Family.

Enamelled Case |Bracelet|Snuffbox|Enamel and Diamond Cufflinks|Brooches

Estimate: 1,600 — 2,400 GBP |2,400 — 4,000 GBP | 1,600 — 2,400 GBP| 1,600 — 2,400 GBP| 8,000 — 16,000 GBP

Formerly in the collection of King Farouk of Egypt

 

An Enamelled case by Boucheron, circa 1930s, a gold Bracelet by Boucheron, circa 1920s, a Snuffbox by Ah Naguib Bei, circa 1955, a Pair of enamel and diamond cufflinks by Ah Naguib Bei, and a Pair of lapis lazuli, enamel, coral, turquoise and diamond Egyptian revival scarab brooches by Cartier, circa 1950s, all come from the collection of King Farouk of Egypt (1920-1965), the tenth ruler and second last King of Egypt and Sudan.

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