Christie’s Important Jewels- 13 June 2018

A plethora of glittering jewels of Royal and Noble provenance are on Auction at the Christie’s Important Jewels Sale on the 13th of June in London.

Christie’s Important Jewels- 13 June 2018

Emerald and Diamond Tiara

Estimate: GBP 6,000 – GBP 8,000

This emerald and diamond Tiara/Necklace, circa 1890, is set with square and rectangular cut emeralds and rose cut diamonds.

Pearl and Diamond Brooch

Estimate: GBP 20,000 – GBP 30,000

Property of a Royal Family

A late 19th century natural pearl and diamond brooch, circa 1890, comes from the collection of a Royal Family.

Emerald and Diamond BroochEmerald and Diamond Tiara

Estimate: GBP 15,000 – GBP 20,000 | GBP 70,000 – GBP 90,000

Property of a Royal Family

Also the property of a Royal Family is this Emerald and Diamond Tiara and coordinating Emerald and Diamond Brooch, circa 1880

Important Diamond Tiara

Estimate: GBP 140,000 – GBP 210,000

Formerly the Property of the Crown Princess of Yugoslavia/Duchess of Segorbe from the Collection of the Princes of Orleans-Braganza

Originally owned by Louise Françoise Marie Laure d’Orléans, Princess of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Infanta of Spain, this Belle Epoque Diamond Tiara was inherited by her daughter, Maria de la Esperanza, Princess of the Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Orléans-Braganza, and sent to Brazil in a tin by mail after her mother’s death. The Tiara was later given to her daughter Princess Maria da Glória d’Orléans-Braganza, Duchess of Segorbe, Countess of Rivadavia and former Crown Princess of Yugoslavia, who sold it at auction in St. Moritz in 1982.

Diamond Necklace

Estimate: GBP 100,000 – GBP 180,000

This impressive diamond necklace comes from the collection of a lady of title who, in the early 20th century, served as Lady-in-Waiting to Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, Queen Consort of King Alfonso XIII of Spain.

Art Deco Diamond Tiara/Necklace

Estimate: GBP 35,000 – GBP 45,000

An impressive Boucheron Art Deco Diamond Tiara/Necklace, circa 1935, that was the property of society hostess Lady Anne Norman, wife of the Right Honorable Sir Henry Norman and daughter of Henry Duncan McLaren, 2nd Baron Aberconway.

Diamond Bracelet

Estimate: GBP 10,000 – GBP 15,000

A glittering diamond Bracelet, possibly Cartier, from the collection of Lady ‘Trudie’ Denman, a women’s rights activist, whose husband served as the fifth Governor-General of Australia. She was also the original owner of the Grafton Tiara.

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