Jewels. The Spring Sale 2014. Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers.

Jewels. The Spring Sale 2014. Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers.

Jewels. The Spring Sale 2014. Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers.

Jewels THE SPRING SALE TORONTO 22 JUNE 2014

Jewels. The Spring Sale 2014. Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers.
Jewels. The Spring Sale 2014. Dupuis Fine Jewellery Auctioneers.

Jewels 908 - 94 cuMbeRLanD STReeT TOROnTO, OnTaRIO canaDa M5R 1a3 +1 416 968 7500 Fax +1 416 968 7739 WWW.DuPuIS.ca Ron Dupuis, President ron.dupuis@dupuis.ca Specialists Duncan Parker duncan.parker@dupuis.ca christian Dupuis-Roy christian.dupuis-roy@dupuis.ca cataloguers christian Dupuis-Roy christian.dupuis-roy@dupuis.ca Deirdre Rooney deirdre.rooney@dupuis.ca Preview and Auction enquiries cliff Daravongsa cliff.daravongsa@dupuis.ca Marly Kadak marly.kadak@dupuis.ca Payment and Shipping coordinator Pavel Zvertsov pavel.zvertsov@dupuis.ca auctioneer licence number T83-4292255 sprinG 2014 salE General enquiries +1 416 968 7500 Fax +1 416 968 7739 Absentee and telephone Bids a form is provided at the back of catalogue.

Fax +1 416 968 7739 condition reports Dupuis is pleased to offer more in-depth information about any lot in this sale. This may include, but is not limited to, the general condition and quality of stones. We also endeavour to address any specific questions. cOnDITIOnRePORTS@DuPuIS.ca online catalogue Search by keyword or category. Sort diamonds by carat weight, shape, colour or clarity grade. WWW.DuPuIS.ca Dupuis’ app provides access to the current catalogue and the sale results archive of recent auctions. now available on iPhone and iPad. See and hear the auctioneer in real time. In order to bid, pre-registration is required.

For more information, visit WWW.DuPuIS.ca. Preview Dupuis OFFiCEs 908 - 94 CumbErlanD strEEt tOrOntO Monday 2 June – Saturday 7 June Monday 9 June – Saturday 14 June Monday 16 June – Saturday 21 June Daily: 10:00 aM – 5:00 PM (except Saturdays until 4:00 PM only) An appointment is not required. Please note there is no exhibition at the hotel. Auction WinDsOr arms HOtEl 18 st tHOmas strEEt tOrOntO Sunday 22 June 2014 Session One beginning 11:00 aM Lots 1 – 388 Intermission/Refreshments 4:00 PM Session Two beginning 4:30 PM Lots 389 – 703 LOT 12

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2 condiTions of sale noTice To Bidders Dupuis Fine Jewellery auctioneers Inc. (“Dupuis”) strives for accuracy in describing the lots offered for sale. all descriptions in the catalogue along with any saleroom announcements are our opinion only–to the best of our knowledge. We make no warranties as to their authenticity, maker’s marks, signatures, age, condition, quality, materials, gems, measurements, weights, etc. Prospective buyers should inspect lots prior to bidding. by bidding in this auction, you acknowledge that you are bound by the terms and conditions outlined below.

Buyer’s Premium each lot is subject to a buyer’s premium of 25% up to and including $100,000 and 20% on the amount in excess of $100,000.

The total purchase price is the aggregate of the bid price plus the buyer’s premium. aPPlicaBle Tax unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) on the total purchase price including the buyer’s premium. This tax does not apply to purchases being shipped to destinations outside canada. as is as most jewellery sold at auction shows signs of previous wear and may have been repaired or altered, all lots are sold on an “aS IS” basis. The catalogue descriptions reflect our opinion only, to the best of our knowledge and may not necessarily be complete. We make no warranties whatsoever as to the correctness of any information provided (including weights, metals, etc.), either expressed or implied and Dupuis disclaims responsibility for same.

Illustrations in the catalogue and images on our website are for identification only and not intended to represent the actual colour or condition of items offered.

limiTed WarranTy notwithstanding the preceding, if within TWenTy-One (21) DayS after the sale, the purchaser gives notice that the lot has been misrepresented, and within three (3) days thereafter the said lot is returned in the same condition as at the time of sale and satisfies Dupuis that, considered in light of the cata- logue description and any amendments thereto, the lot is not as described, then the sale may be rescinded and the purchase price refunded at the sole discretion of Dupuis. insPecTion of loTs a Preview is held to facilitate your personal inspection of lots. Our jewellery specialists and helpful staff are on hand to assist prospective buyers.

For your convenience, appropriate lighting and mirrors are available. In advance of the exhibition, our specialists prepare extra information about the condition and quality of each lot. However, it is the responsibility of prospective buyers to inspect each lot upon which they intend to bid and rely on their own judgment or that of independent advisers.

WaTches all watches should be viewed personally by prospective buyers to assess the condition. Virtually all watches have been repaired in the normal course of wearing and may contain replacement parts. Watch cases and bracelets may contain after-market diamonds. all watches are sold “aS IS”. diamonds and coloured sTones Prospective buyers are advised that coloured gemstones and diamonds may be enhanced by a variety of means to improve their clarity or colour. certain treatments are common practices within the jewellery industry. For example, heating of coloured gemstones is an accepted method of enhancement and is generally considered to be permanent under stable circumstances.

Methods of enhancement that may be used on various gemstones include: dyeing, laser drilling, irradiating, bleaching, oiling, filling, coating, faceting and polishing. unless the catalogue description specifically states that the gemstone is of natural colour or clarity, prospective bidders should assume that some form of treatment may have been used and the enhancement may not be permanent. condiTion rePorTs Dupuis catalogue descriptions do not make reference to condition or quality of lots. as a service to our clients, we are pleased to provide condition reports upon request. Such reports reflect our opinion only, to the best of our knowledge, and may not necessarily be complete.

For more information on specific lots, please contact our jewellery specialists. esTimaTes The estimate below each description is the opinion of our jewellery specialists. Where possible, these are based on the prices realized for similar items at past auctions. estimates are not definitive and should not be relied upon as representations or predictions of actual selling prices.

regisTraTion all bidders are required to pre-register. Registrants attending the auction will be provided with a numbered paddle for bidding purposes. Registrants are responsible for payment of purchases resulting from all successful bids acknowledged to their paddle number. Transfer of purchases to another person or paddle is not permitted. Lost paddles must be reported immediately. aBsenTee Bidding If you are unable to attend the auction but wish to bid by proxy, please use the form at the back of the catalogue. If you have not purchased in our auctions within the past year, please supply references.

Requests for absentee bidding and/or telephone bidding should be received at least 24 hours prior to the start of the sale. When identical bids are received, the first one acknowledged by the auctioneer will take precedence. Telephone bidding is subject to availability of lines during the auction. It is strongly recommended that bids be placed

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3 early. Dupuis offers these bidding alternatives as a convenience to prospective buyers and will not be held responsible for errors or fail- ures in executing such bids. online Bidding Dupuis Live allows you to see and hear the auctioneer in real time and was developed to make your auction purchasing even more convenient. The registration deadline is five (5) days before the auction. For more information please visit our website at www.dupuis.ca. aucTion Process The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event of any dispute during the sale, the auctioneer may, at his sole discretion, determine the successful bidder or re-offer the lot.

The auctioneer’s decision is final. If your bid is successful your paddle number will be acknowledged and recorded by the auctioneer. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid or bidder and to advance the bidding increments at his absolute discretion. each lot offered for sale may be subject to a protective reserve as set by the consignor or auctioneer. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid on the consignor’s behalf, on any lot subject to a reserve.

Lots are sold at an average pace of 90 lots per hour and the standard bidding increments are as follows: $ 0 to $ 500 by $ 25 $ 500 to $ 1,000 by $ 50 $ 1,000 to $ 2,000 by $ 100 $ 2,000 to $ 5,000 by $ 200 $ 5,000 to $ 10,000 by $ 500 $ 10,000 to $ 20,000 by $ 1,000 $ 20,000 to $ 50,000 by $ 2,000 $ 50,000 to $ 100,000 by $ 5,000 $100,000 to $ 200,000 by $ 10,000 $200,000 to $ 500,000 by $ 20,000 currency of sale bidding is in canadian Dollars. However, as a convenience to international bidders, Dupuis provides approximate estimates in other currencies. It is the responsibility of prospec- tive buyers to independently ascertain the exchange rate of their respective currencies.

PaymenT Purchases are due and payable in full within five (5) business days after the auction. a 2% surcharge is applicable on overdue payments. In the event of failure to pay within the afore- mentioned period, Dupuis, without limitation of the rights of the consignor against the pur- chaser, may resell the lot(s). In such case the original purchaser will be held responsible to Dupuis and the consignor for any deficiency in price, collection costs, storage fees and the overdue payment fees.

Bank Transfer insTrucTions currency: canadian Dollars account name: Dupuis Fine Jewellery auctioneers Inc. account number: 07600-1257663 beneficiary bank: bMO bank of Montreal SWIFT code: bOFMcaM2 bank address: 2601 Granville Street Vancouver, bc canada V6H 3H2 Payments in other currencies are subject to the exchange rate provided by Dupuis, upon request, on date of payment. oTher meThods of PaymenT Payment may be made by certified cheque, money order or bank draft. Personal or com- pany cheques may be accepted at Dupuis’ sole discretion. until approved, purchases may not be removed from Dupuis premises before clearance of cheque.

cash payment is limited to amounts below $10,000.

Payment by VISa or Mastercard may be accepted only in person to a maximum of $10,000. PickuP of JeWellery The schedule for clearance of purchases at Dupuis’ offices at 908-94 cumberland Street, is from 10:00 aM to 4:00 PM beginning Monday 23 June 2014. shiPPing and exPorT as a convenience to purchasers and after full payment has been made, we can arrange to have the property packaged and shipped at the purchaser’s request and expense. We will act in accordance with the written instructions you provide. The costs for insured shipments vary depending on desti- nation. all items for shipment are carefully packaged; however, Dupuis is not responsi- ble for any loss or damage, once it has been shipped.

cusToms regulaTions It is the responsibility of prospective buyers to check with their own government in regard to any import restrictions. Some examples are as follows: materials such as ivory, tortoiseshell and coral; watches to the u.S. such as Rolex, Piaget, corum and Franck Muller; certain luxury watches to other countries; rubies and jadeite of burmese (Myanmar) origin being imported into the u.S. In accordance with the north american Free Trade agreement (naFTa) there is no duty on jewels that have been manufac- tured in north america when shipped to u.S. or Mexico.

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4 1 3 2 1 A WHitE golD ‘HAPPy DiAmonDs’ PEnDAnt nEcklAcE, by cHoPArD From the Happy Spirit collection, the circular form with diamond bezel, glazed compartment enclosing floating motifs of two graduated concentric diamond rows centering a single bezel-set round diamond, joined to a wheat linking chain necklace, both in 18k white gold, signed chopard and numbered 2692883, 79/5423/0-20, length 16 1/2 ins CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 2 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EtErnity ring, by HArry Winston With twenty round diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats, mounted in platinum, with maker’s mark for Harry Winston and numbered 66140, size 5 1/2 CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 3 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EtErnity ring, by HArry Winston The twenty round diamonds weighing approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in platinum, with maker’s mark for Harry Winston and numbered 151382, size 7 1/4 CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700

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5 4 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum DrAgonfly broocH, by tiffAny & co. Designed as a dragonfly decorated throughout with pavé-set round diamonds weighing approximately 4.95 carats, to the tiny sapphire eyes, mounted in platinum, signed Tiffany & co. CDn $9,500–10,000 us $8,550–9,000 5 A PAir of DiAmonD ‘VoilE’ EAr PEnDAnts, by tiffAny & co. The articulated trios of openwork circular drops radiating delicate weave motifs, from a dainty line surmount, entirely decorated with tiny round diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed Tiffany & co.

CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050 6 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD ring, by bulgAri Of crossover design with pavé-set round diamond terminals, mounted in 18k white gold, signed bulgari, size 5 3/4 CDn $1,200–1,400 us $1,080–1,260 4 6 5

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6 7 9 8 7 A golD ring, by DAViD WEbb The dome design with polished fluted trellis motifs amid a granulated ground, mounted in 18k gold, signed David Webb CDn $2,400–2,800 us $2,160–2,520 8 A lAPis lAzuli AnD golD brAcElEt, by cArtiEr The articulated strap decorated with textured twin s-curve arched links alternated with lapis lazuli beads, mounted in 18k gold, signed cartier, Paris, numbered 013381, length 7 ins, with pouch CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 9 A PAir of lAPis lAzuli, culturED PEArl AnD golD EAr PEnDAnts, by lucAs The sinuous organic floral design decorated with cultured pearls and lapis lazuli beads, each suspending an elongated stylised stem and bud terminal, the surmounts removable to be worn separately, mounted in 18k gold CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080

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7 10 A DiAmonD AnD golD lion broocH, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls From the whimsical ‘Lion ebouriffé’ collection, sculpted as a tousle haired lion decorated with diamonds, emeralds and black enamel, mounted in 18k gold, signed Vca and numbered bL 142152, French assay marks CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 11 An onyx, DiAmonD AnD golD lEoPArD broocH, by frED Designed as a black leopard with carved onyx body and tail, diamond-set head and paws and emerald eye, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred, Paris, French assay marks CDn $3,200–3,800 us $2,880–3,420 12 A golD ElEPHAnt broocH, by cHAumEt The textured elephant with red and green enamel feather hat, polished ear, tail and tusk details, diamond toes and ruby eye, balancing on a multi-coloured paste ball, mounted in 18k gold, signed chaumet and numbered 143570, French assay marks CDn $2,800–3,200 us $2,520–2,880 10 12 11

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8 13 15 14 13 A PAir of DiAmonD, PlAtinum AnD golD cufflinks, by tiffAny & co. The oblong fluted forms accented by round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Tiffany & co. CDn $1,600–1,800 us $1,440–1,620 14 A DiAmonD AnD golD ‘HorsEbit’ nEcklAcE, by gucci Of equestrian inspiration, suspending a slightly bombé pavé-set diamond disc from a trace linking necklace accented by horsebit motifs, mounted in 18k gold, length 17 ins, signed Gucci CDn $2,600–3,400 us $2,340–3,060 15 A PAir of culturED PEArl, DiAmonD AnD golD EAr PEnDAnts, by DAViD yurmAn each suspending a pair of cultured pearls between a diamond-set spacer, from a diamond and fluted gold surmount, mounted in 18k gold, maker’s mark for David yurman CDn $1,200–1,400 us $1,080–1,260

9 16 A PAir of golD EArrings, by bulgAri each designed as a fluted twin hoop with chevron motifs, in 18k gold, signed bulgari and numbered T3033 CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 17 A WooD AnD golD ‘AlHAmbrA’ PEnDAnt nEcklAcE, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls The quatrefoil motif created from ‘bois d’amourette’ within a beaded gold frame, together with a delicate chain linking necklace, mounted in pink 18k gold, signed Vca and numbered Jb312033, length 35 ins CDn $4,000–4,500 us $3,600–4,050 18 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD golD cufflinks, by tiffAny & co.

Designed as love knots centering a pair of small round diamonds, mounted in 14k gold, signed Tiffany & co.

CDn $1,600–1,800 us $1,440–1,620 17 16 18

1 0 19 21 20 19 An EnAmEl AnD golD bAnglE brAcElEt, by frED Of leopard inspiration, the oval hinged hoop with textured ground accented by black enamel spots, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred, French assay marks, inner circumference 7 ins CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 20 A multi-gEm AnD golD florAl broocH, by rAymonD yArD The floral bouquet with leaf motif featuring a sapphire weighing approximately 3.35 carats, a yellow sapphire weighing approximately 4.25 carats, a pink sapphire weighing approximately 3.30 carats, accented by rubies, diamonds and cultured pearls, mounted in 14k gold, signed yard Inc., circa 1940 CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 21 A DiAmonD AnD golD PAntHEr ring, by cArrErA y cArrErA The slightly tapering polished band with matte details featuring a highly sculpted sleek panther with a tiny diamond eye, maker’s mark for carrera y carrera and numbered 381205, size 9 1/2 CDn $800–900 us $720–810

1 1 22 A bluE toPAz AnD golD ring, by VErDurA Set with a pear-shaped blue topaz surrounded by fluted ribbon motifs, mounted in 18k gold, signed Verdura, circa 1990 CDn $3,200–3,800 us $2,880–3,420 23 A sEt of motHEr-of-PEArl AnD golD JEWEls, by tiffAny & co. Including a necklace of multi-strand mother-of-pearl beads joined to a pair of oval bombé plaques spotted with mother-of-pearl and gold in opposite motifs, length 16 3/4 ins; a pair of ear clips en suite, each mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & co., Hong Kong (2) CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 22 23 23

1 2 24 27 26 25 24 A toPAz AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt centering an oval topaz weighing approximately 11.00 carats, amid an openwork surround of old mine-cut diamonds, with tiny beading and filigree scrolling details, diamond bail, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 25 A multi-colourED DiAmonD AnD golD ring The tapering bombé band decorated to the top with pavé-set black diamonds, brown diamonds and diamonds altogether weighing approximately 4.35 carats, mounted in 18k gold, size 7 CDn $2,200–2,600 us $1,980–2,340 26 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a round yellowish brown diamond weighing 3.42 carats, to a diamond-set pierced band, mounted in platinum CDn $7,000–8,000 us $6,300–7,200 27 A culturED PEArl, DiAmonD AnD golD broocH The stylised seashell decorated with a cultured pearl amid diamond flowing sea foam bubble motifs, mounted in polished and textured 14k gold CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700

1 3 28 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE Of cable-link chain design, with pavé-set sapphires weighing approximately 35.00 carats, and yellow (colour enhanced) diamonds weighing approximately 14.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 16 3/4 ins CDn $11,000–13,000 us $9,900–11,700 29 A PAir of sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Of cable-link chain design, with pavé-set sapphires weighing approximately 5.60 carats and yellow (colour enhanced) diamonds weighing approximately 2.30 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,000–2,500 us $1,800–2,250 30 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD brAcElEt Of cable-link chain design, with pavé-set sapphires weighing approximately 16.80 carats, and yellow (colour enhanced) diamonds weighing approximately 6.95 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 8 ins CDn $5,000–6,500 us $4,500–5,850 30 29 28

1 4 31 33 32 31 A gEm-sEt AnD golD florAl broocH, by tiffAny & co. Fashioned as a floral bouquet with en tremblant blossoms set with rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, amid textured gold leaves, from a mesh wirework basket designed as a cornucopia, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany & co. CDn $500–700 us $459–630 32 A JADEitE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a pear-shaped jadeite cabochon measuring 11.8 mm by 8.6 mm by 2.8 mm, the conforming surround and shoulders accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 33 A DiAmonD, PlAtinum AnD golD brAcElEt The looping wirework links designed with sinuous tendrils and scroll finials accented by old mine and rose-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, length 7 1/2 ins, French import marks, circa 1930 CDn $1,800–2,400 us $1,620–2,160

1 5 34 A PAir of gArnEt AnD golD EAr cliPs, by PomEllAto each half hoop centering a circular facetted garnet, mounted in 18k gold, signed Pomellato CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080 35 An EnAmEl, DiAmonD AnD golD ‘PAntHEr’ nEcklAcE, by cArtiEr The rectangular alternating linking decorated with round diamonds and black enamel patches, mounted in 18k gold, signed cartier and numbered 79867a, length 17 3/4 ins CDn $7,000–8,000 us $6,300–7,200 36 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls The bombé form decorated with diagonal rows of diamonds and sapphires, alternating with twin rows of wirework details, mounted in 18k gold, signed Vca CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 34 36 35

1 6 37 39 38 37 An AmEtHyst AnD DiAmonD broocH The four leaf clover set with four pear-shaped amethysts, the centre and stem accented by diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 38 A DiAmonD ring Set with a radiant-cut diamond weighing 1.73 carats, between a pair of princess-cut yellow diamonds, the shoulders and gallery accented by round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold With report 5151548511 dated 10 July 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is H colour, VVS1 clarity CDn $7,500–8,500 us $6,750–7,650 39 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD golD EAr cliPs The cushion-shaped bombé forms pavé-set with round diamonds totalling approximately 6.55 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDn $3,200–3,800 us $2,880–3,420

1 7 40 An AmEtHyst AnD DiAmonD broocH Designed as a blossoming branch with a trio of carved amethysts centered by small round diamonds, to textured leaves and stem, with a polished curving tendril, mounted in 14k yellow and white gold CDn $1,900–2,200 us $1,710–1,980 41 An AmEtHyst AnD DiAmonD bEAD nEcklAcE composed of fifty-five graduated fluted amethyst beads accented at intervals by diamond-set rondelles, and joined to a textured 14k white gold ball clasp, length 19 3/4 ins CDn $3,000–3,500 us $2,700–3,150 42 A 'PADPArADscHA' sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped pink orange sapphire weighing approximately 7.00 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 1.80 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 40 42 41

1 8 43 45 44 43 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped fancy light to fancy yellow diamond weighing 3.02 carats, to a slender circular openwork gallery and band accented by round diamonds, in 18k white gold With report 2155807843 dated 3 December 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy light to fancy yellow, natural colour CDn $16,000–18,000 us $14,400–16,200 44 A colourED DiAmonD ring The floret design set with a round champagne diamond weighing 2.25 carats, surrounded by small round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $8,000–10,000 us $7,200–9,000 45 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The continuous course of diamond-set floral links embellished by a fringe composed of nineteen golden cultured pearls of 10.0-10.6 mm, from diamond-set caps, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 1/4 ins CDn $11,000–13,000 us $9,900–11,700

1 9 46 A silVEr AnD golD bAnglE brAcElEt, by buccEllAti The tapering penannular band fashioned as a textured undulating leaf, in silver and gold, signed M. buccellati, Italy, 96, inner circumference 6 3/4 ins, with original box CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 47 A gEm-sEt fisH broocH Designed as a whimsical fish with body composed of a large baroque cultured pearl, the tail set with emeralds, the head and fins of pavé-set diamonds, to the cabochon ruby eye, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDn $8,000–12,000 us $7,200–10,800 46 47

2 0 50 48 A PAir of colourED DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EAr PEnDAnts Suspending two pear-shaped yellow diamonds weighing 1.01 carats and 1.02 carats, from a pair of shield-shaped diamonds together weighing approximately 0.80 carat, and further accented by small round yellow diamonds and round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $7,000–9,000 us $6,300–8,100 49 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a pear-shaped emerald weighing approximately 1.66 carats, with a conforming surround and shoulders accented by French-cut, round and baguette-cut diamonds, to a platinum band CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 50 An AntiquE DEmAntoiD gArnEt AnD DiAmonD bEE broocH Modelled as a bee, the body set with a duo of demantoid garnets weighing approximately 2.00 carats and 0.90 carat, amid rose-cut diamond wings and eyes, mounted in silver and 10k gold, circa 1900 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 49 48

53 52 51 54 51 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 6.40 carats, the band with stepped shoulders accented by princess-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats, mounted in 14k white and yellow gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 52 A multi-gEm AnD golD florAl bAskEt broocH composed of amethysts and cultured pearl flower blossoms amid carved emerald leaves, the basket and handle decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 53 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD ring Set with an oval diamond weighing 1.00 carat, amid twin shoulders decorated with pavé-set diamonds to a bifurcated band, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $3,000–3,600 us $2,700–3,240 54 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.90 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 2 1

2 2 55 57 56 55 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum florAl broocH/PEnDAnt Designed as an orchid with colour enhanced yellow marquise-cut diamond centre weighing approximately 0.80 carat, further set with pear-shaped, marquise-cut, round and baguette-cut diamonds totalling approximately 4.70 carats, mounted in platinum, from a fine trace linking 14k white gold chain, length 16 ins (not illustrated), circa 1950’s CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 56 A colourED DiAmonD PEnDAnt nEcklAcE Of plaque design, set with a cushion-shaped yellow diamond weighing approximately 2.25 carats, topped by a square radiant-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.70 carat, each framed by round diamonds, to a radiant-cut diamond set between the octagonal plaques, mounted in 18k white gold, from a fine 14k white gold chain, length 17 1/2 ins CDn $10,000–15,000 us $9,000–13,500 57 A colourED DiAmonD brAcElEt composed of nine princess-cut yellow diamonds framed by small round yellow diamonds, between lines of round diamonds, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, length 7 ins CDn $7,000–9,000 us $6,300–8,100

2 3 58 A PAir of colourED DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts The articulated pendants decorated with square yellow diamonds totalling approximately 3.60 carats and round diamonds weighing approximately 1.40 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDn $12,000–16,000 us $10,800–14,400 59 A DiAmonD riVièrE nEcklAcE The continuous course of semi-bezel design comprising ninety-three round diamonds weighing approximately 17.00 carats, mounted in 14k white gold, length 15 3/4 ins CDn $18,000–22,000 us $16,200–19,800 60 A DiAmonD ring The broad bombé form pavé-set with brown diamonds and embellished by diamond foliate motifs, mounted in 18k white gold, size 10 1/2 CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 58 60 59

2 4 61 63 62 61 A gEm-sEt AnD golD florAl bAskEt broocH Of jardinière design decorated with orange, yellow, green, purple and blue sapphires, rubies and diamonds, from a footed wirework pedestal basket, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 62 A PAir of sAPPHirE, ruby AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs each flowering bouquet decorated with rubies, sapphires, round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, gold plated CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 63 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring centering an oval ruby weighing approximately 2.95 carats, accented by a conforming surround of ten round diamonds weighing approximately 2.15 carats, to wirework shoulders and gallery, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDn $5,500–7,500 us $4,950–6,750

2 5 64 64 64 A sEt of EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD JEWEls Including a necklace decorated with emeralds and diamonds, length 14 3/4 ins; a bracelet en suite, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins; a ring en suite, size 6 3/4; and a pair of ear pendants en suite, each mounted in 18k gold (4) CDn $8,000–12,000 us $7,200–10,800 64 64

2 6 65 67 66 65 A PAir of EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs Of panther inspiration, the tapering bombé half hoops decorated throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 6.05 carats amid black enamel patches, mounted in 18k gold CDn $3,500–4,000 us $3,150–3,600 66 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring centering upon an oval ruby weighing approximately 4.50 carats, within a border of round diamonds, to the shank decorated with bifurcated shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200 67 A golD AnD blAckEnED stEEl bAnglE brAcElEt, by mArinA b.

The spring-mounted hoop decorated with curved blackened steel and 18k gold panels, inner circumference 7 1/2 ins, signed Marina b., with original box CDn $2,800–3,200 us $2,520–2,880

2 7 68 A PAir of golD EAr cliPs, by DAViD WEbb The broad tapering half hoops in textured 18k gold, signed Webb CDn $3,500–4,000 us $3,150–3,600 69 An onyx, DiAmonD AnD golD PErfumE bottlE PEnDAnt nEcklAcE, by DAmiAni The fluted perfume bottle designed as a stylised amphora decorated with black onyx stripes alternating with polished gold, with a rondelle of small round diamonds; the fluted cap unscrews to reveal a slender gold dauber, suspending from a ropetwist linking necklace, in 18k gold, length 19 1/2 ins, signed Damiani CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 68 69

2 8 70 70 A golD nEcklAcE, by VAHE nAltcHAyAn Designed as a series of oval openwork links, suspending a heart form pendant, in matte 18k gold, length 15 1/4 ins, each signed Vahe naltchayan, 1987, uSa CDn $4,400–4,800 us $3,960–4,320

2 9 71 A rEtro sAPPHirE AnD golD ring The asymmetrical design with tapering concave band set with a graduated row of sapphires weighing approximately 2.95 carats, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1940 CDn $800–1,200 us $720–1,080 72 A rEtro sAPPHirE, DiAmonD AnD golD broocH Designed as a trio of elongated scrolling ribbons beside a stylised fuchsia blossom, accented by sapphires and dia- monds, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1940 CDn $7,500–8,000 us $6,750–7,200 73 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring AnD bAnD Set with a pear-shaped sapphire weighing approximately 5.35 carats, between a pair of small pear-shaped diamonds; accompanied by a matching fitted band, mounted in platinum and 18k gold (2) CDn $9,000–12,000 us $8,100–10,800 73 72 71

3 0 74 75 74 A yElloW sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD floWEr ring The invisibly-set yellow sapphire petals centering a pistil of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,000–2,500 us $1,800–2,250 75 An AntiquE EnAmEl, DiAmonD AnD golD bAnglE brAcElEt The tubular hoop of hinged design, with polychrome enamel interior border decorated with flowers and birds on a white background and exterior with rose-cut diamond floral motifs on a red background, the side screw finial in the form of a pair of birds, inner circumference 6 3/4 ins, Jaipur, early 20th century CDn $4,400–4,800 us $3,960–4,320

3 1 76 A ruby AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The pendant fringe design with paisley motif diamond-set linking decorated to the fore with oval and pear-shaped rubies within surrounds of round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, length 17 ins CDn $12,000–18,000 us $10,800–16,200 77 A ruby, DiAmonD AnD golD ring The broad band centering a bezel-set oval ruby weighing approximately 1.85 carats, between channels of round diamonds, decorated with stepped shoulders, mounted in 14k gold CDn $1,500–2,000 us $1,350–1,800 76 78 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cabochon ruby weighing approximately 11.90 carats, decorated with a spiraling row of round diamonds and diamond-set shoulders, mounted in 18k gold CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 77 78

3 2 79 81 80 79 A DiAmonD AnD golD fisH broocH With curving body in textured fish scale pattern, accented by polished foam details, and scrolling diamond-set fins, tail and head, with a tiny ruby eye, mounted in platinum and 19k gold, with Portuguese assay mark CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 80 An EmErAlD, DiAmonD AnD golD ring, by cArrErA y cArrErA The wide band featuring a turbanned woman, accented by tiny diamonds and a small pear-shaped emerald, mounted in polished, matte and hammered 18k gold, maker’s mark for carrera y carrera and numbered 229160 CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080 81 A DiAmonD AnD onyx ring, by cArtiEr The bombé band with wide onyx shoulders and odeonesque central arch of textured gold set with single-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed cartier, Italy, obscured numbers, circa 1970 CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520

3 3 82 A golD nEcklAcE WitH tWo PEnDAnts, by ElizAbEtH gAgE The necklace composed of nine oblong plaques decorated with applied granulation and wirework swirl motifs, the centre plaque with a hook for pendant attachment, length 15 1/4 ins, signed Gage with London hallmarks for 1985; a pendant of tear drop shape with a mabe pearl, signed Gage with London hallmarks for 1986; and an ancient coin and gold pendant, signed Gage, all in 18k gold CDn $6,500–7,500 us $5,850–6,750 82

3 4 83 85 84 83 A lADy’s DiAmonD AnD golD ‘oystEr PErPEtuAl DAtEJust’ WristWAtcH, by rolEx The blue signature dial with diamond numerals, fluted bezel, precision-set diamond lugs, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, joined to a President bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 5 3/4 ins, circa 2007 CDn $6,500–8,000 us $5,850–7,200 84 A gEntlEmAn’s golD WristWAtcH, by PAtEk PHiliPPE The square case with silvered dial, baton numerals, manual winding movement, joined to a matte mesh strap, in 18k gold, length 8 ins CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 85 A gEntlEmAn’s golD WristWAtcH, by PAtEk PHiliPPE The cushion-shaped case with matte dial, Roman numerals to the quarters, manual winding movement, joined to a tapering bracelet, in 18k gold, length 7 ins, with original box, circa 1965 CDn $4,000–5,000 us $3,600–4,500

3 5 86 A lADy’s golD WristWAtcH, by cArtiEr The brushed textured circular case and bracelet, with white dial, Roman numerals, quartz movement, completed by a cartier bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins CDn $4,000–5,000 us $3,600–4,500 87 A gEntlEmAn’s golD ‘oystEr PErPEtuAl DAtE’ WristWAtcH, by rolEx With textured bezel, silvered dial with applied baton numerals, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, and joined to a Rolex textured linking bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 1/4 ins, circa 1976 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 88 A gEntlEmAn’s golD ‘oystEr PErPEtuAl DAtEJust’ WristWAtcH, by rolEx With fluted bezel, gilt dial with applied baton numerals, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, and joined to a Rolex Jubilee bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 1/4 ins, circa 1979 CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 86 88 87

3 6 89 92 91 90 89 A cAmEo AnD musicAl box PEnDAnt The rectangular case with winding mechanism to the reverse, centering a rectangular shell cameo depicting Giuseppe Verdi, in coin silver CDn $800–1,000 us $720–900 90 An AntiquE nAturAl PEArl, DiAmonD AnD HArDstonE cAmEo The cushion-shaped hardstone cameo depicting the profile of a classical lady, surrounded by natural pearls and tiny rose-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1880 With report 60350 dated 16 August 2011 from the Swiss Gemmological Institute stating twenty natural pearls, saltwater origin CDn $4,000–5,000 us $3,600–4,500 91 An AntiquE HArDstonE, EnAmEl AnD golD cAmEo broocH The oval hardstone cameo depicting the profile of a neo-classical maiden, amid a corded wirework and white enamel surround, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1890 CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 92 An AntiquE PortrAit cAmEo AnD golD PEnDAnt/broocH The shell cameo depicting the classical profile of a young gentleman, within a deep 18k gold oval frame embellished by corded wirework and split pearls, detachable hoop bail; accompanied by a hand-tinted photograph of the sitter, George colyer, esq., resident of cheltenham, england, circa 1870 CDn $1,000–1,500 us $900–1,350

3 7 93 An AntiquE PortrAit miniAturE, EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE With a hand painted portrait of a young lady, the oval frame surrounded by polychrome enamel and old mine-cut diamond floral motifs, mounted in silver and 14k gold, from an ornate 18k gold linking necklace decorated with white enamel florets and scrolling details, length 18 1/4 ins, late 19th century CDn $8,500–9,500 us $7,650–8,550 93

3 8 94 96 95 94 A corAl, JADEitE AnD DiAmonD florAl PEnDAnt/broocH The petite flower with heart-shaped coral petals centering a diamond pistil, to the pavé-set diamond stem and jadeite leaf, mounted in 18k gold CDn $1,200–1,400 us $1,080–1,260 95 A DiAmonD AnD golD brAcElEt WAtcH, by kutcHinsky The fluted bombé cover decorated with graduated round diamonds, opening to reveal a circular dial with applied gilt numerals, manual winding movement, concealed crown, and joined to a chevron motif linking bracelet centering a row of round diamonds, in 18k gold, length 6 3/4 ins, signed Kutchinsky and with London hallmarks dating 1966 CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 96 A ruby, DiAmonD AnD golD ring, by frED Of crossover design decorated with pavé-set rubies and pavé-set diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Fred, Paris, French assay marks CDn $3,600–4,000 us $3,240–3,600

3 9 97 A rEtro ruby, DiAmonD, PlAtinum AnD golD florAl broocH The highly sculpted pair of flowers with diamond and ruby pistils amid curled gold petals, to the diamond and ruby stems and gold leaves, mounted in platinum and 18k pink and yellow gold, French import marks, circa 1940 CDn $3,500–4,000 us $3,150–3,600 98 An AntiquE DiAmonD AnD golD bElt brAcElEt Designed as a belt, the mesh strap joined to a rose-cut diamond and synthetic ruby buckle, mounted in 14k gold, with Russian assay mark, adjustable length 6 3/4 ins to 8 ins, circa 1910 CDn $700–900 us $630–810 97 98

4 0 99 102 101 100 99 A PAir of colourED DiAmonD EAr stuDs Of floret motif set with a pair of brown diamonds together weighing approximately 1.80 carats, surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 1.90 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 100 A DiAmonD AnD golD florAl broocH Designed with a blossoming rose centered by an en tremblant diamond pistil amid woven mesh hinged petals, with a diamond-set bud and textured leaves, mounted in 18k gold, French export marks, circa 1960 CDn $1,400–1,500 us $1,260–1,350 101 An AntiquE EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD snAkE bAnglE brAcElEt The double hinged bangle designed as a coiling serpent decorated throughout with green enamel and accented by scale textured plaques, with fangs and bifurcated tongue, the head set with an old mine pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 1.15 carats, amid smaller old mine-cut diamonds, with cabochon ruby eyes, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/4 ins, circa 1900 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 102 A JADEitE, DiAmonD AnD golD ring, by tiffAny & co.

centering a round diamond amid a carved jadeite flowerhead, mounted in 14k gold, signed Tiffany & co., circa 1960 CDn $800–1,200 us $720–1,080

4 2 103 103 A culturED PEArl AnD sAPPHirE nEcklAcE The long single strand comprising sixty-eight grey cultured pearls slightly graduated from 13.4 mm to 11.0 mm, accented by sapphire rondelles and joined to a pear-shaped sapphire-set clasp, mounted in 18k blackened gold, length 38 ins CDn $9,000–10,000 us $8,100–9,000

4 3 104 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum broocH The stylised flower centering upon a round diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, amid round diamond coiling petals and baguette-cut diamond ribbons totalling approximately 11.15 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1955 CDn $7,000–7,500 us $6,300–6,750 105 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EAr PEnDAnts Designed as an asymmetrical waterfall fringe, the cascading tassels composed of flexible lines of graduated emerald-cut diamonds with round diamond terminals, the diamonds weighing approximately 14.00 carats, mounted in platinum, French assay marks CDn $16,000–18,000 us $14,400–16,200 106 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a rectangular sapphire weighing 4.92 carats, to an 18k white gold band accented by baguette-cut and round diamonds CDn $6,500–8,500 us $5,850–7,650 106 105 104

4 4 107 110 109 108 111 107 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr stuDs Of floret design, each centering an old european-cut diamond surrounded by round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 2.65 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $4,000–4,500 us $3,600–4,050 108 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD florAl broocH Designed as a dahlia blossom with curved stem and leaf, centering an old mine-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, and decorated throughout with smaller old mine-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.50 carats, mounted in 10k white gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 109 A rEtro DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a round diamond amid a double surround of diamonds and synthetic rubies, to the baguette-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum, circa 1950 CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080 110 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 3.55 carats, surrounded by a frame of round and baguette-cut diamonds totalling approximately 0.95 carat, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 111 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD WristWAtcH, by longinEs The circular case surrounded by small round diamonds, with silvered matte dial, baton numerals, joined to a textured bracelet strap, in 14k white gold, length 7 1/4 ins CDn $800–1,200 us $720–1,080

4 5 112 A sEt of WHitE golD bAmboo bAnglE brAcElEts The trio of textured 18k white gold hinged hoops of bamboo motif, inner circumference 7 ins (3) CDn $7,500–8,000 us $6,750–7,200 112

4 6 113 114 113 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 6.65 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $30,000–40,000 us $27,000–36,000 114 fiVE bAnglE brAcElEts Three 18k gold oval hoops set with rubies, sapphires and emeralds; one with cultured pearls, in platinum and gold; and one with diamonds, in silver and 18k gold, austro-Hungarian assay marks, inner circumference 7 1/2 ins CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400

4 7 115 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Set with a pair of old european-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 5.25 carats, and accented by small round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold CDn $34,000–38,000 us $30,600–34,200 116 A DiAmonD riVièrE nEcklAcE The graduated course composed of 125 round diamonds totalling approximately 9.85 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 1/2 ins CDn $15,000–18,000 us $13,500–16,200 117 A DiAmonD ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.65 carats, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $6,000–7,000 us $5,400–6,300 118 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a round ruby weighing approximately 1.50 carats, to a diamond-set 18k white gold band CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 116 115 118 117

4 8 119 121 120 119 An AntiquE nAturAl PEArl AnD colourED DiAmonD stick Pin Set with a natural button pearl measuring 10.3 mm, and a small old mine-cut yellow diamond, mounted in 14k gold, late 19th century With report 2135942335 dated 12 October 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearl from the Northern quahog clam, saltwater origin CDn $1,500–2,500 us $1,350–2,250 120 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD golD EArrings The tapering bombé hoops pavé-set with round diamonds totalling approximately 14.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 121 A DiAmonD AnD golD brAcElEt The highly flexible strap of chevron motif set with round diamonds totalling approximately 8.50 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 3/4 ins CDn $4,500–5,000 us $4,050–4,500

4 9 122 A multi-colourED culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The long single strand comprising sixty-one cultured pearls measuring from 15.4 mm to 12.1 mm, in shades of grey, golden and brown, accented by pavé-set diamond beads, mounted in 18k gold, length 37 ins CDn $14,000–16,000 us $12,600–14,400 123 An AlExAnDritE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped alexandrite weighing approximately 3.50 carats, framed by round diamonds weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $12,000–15,000 us $10,800–13,500 122 (daylight) (incandescent) 123

5 0 124 126 125 124 A golD ‘PrEmièrE’ WristWAtcH, by cHAnEl The elongated octagonal case featuring a facetted sapphire crystal, with black dial, quartz movement, completed by a curb linking bracelet, in 18k gold, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200 125 A lADy’s golD ‘HAPPy DiAmonDs’ WristWAtcH, by cHoPArD The circular case encircled by round diamonds centering a gilt dial surrounded by a glazed compartment enclosing five floating diamond bezels, diamond-set baton lugs, quartz movement, joined to a multi-strand ropetwist bracelet, in 18k gold, length 6 1/4 ins CDn $2,000–2,500 us $1,800–2,250 126 A lADy’s golD ‘HAPPy DiAmonDs’ WristWAtcH, by cHoPArD The oval case encircled by rows of round diamonds, glazed compartment enclosing seven floating diamond bezels, to round diamond lugs, centering a matte gilt dial framed by a row of round diamonds, quartz movement, joined to a black leather strap, in 18k gold CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620

5 1 127 A lADy’s stAinlEss stEEl AnD golD ‘oystEr PErPEtuAl DAtEJust’ WristWAtcH, by rolEx The gilt dial with applied baton numerals, sweep seconds, magnified date aperture, automatic movement, completed by a Rolex Jubilee bracelet, in stainless steel and 18k gold, inner circumference 6 3/4 ins, circa 1988 CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 128 A lADy’s golD WristWAtcH, by cHoPArD The circular case decorated with diamonds, mother-of-pearl dial with diamond-set numerals, quartz movement, joined to a diamond-set bracelet, in 18k gold, length 7 ins CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 129 A lADy’s stAinlEss stEEl ‘kElly 2’ WristWAtcH, by HErmès The rectangular case with white dial, applied arabic numerals at 12 and 6, quartz movement, and joined to a looping orange leather strap, mounted in stainless steel CDn $400–500 us $360–450 127 129 128

5 2 130 131 130 A JADEitE AnD DiAmonD ring, by birks Set with an oval jadeite cabochon measuring 16.0 mm by 10.5 mm by 5.0 mm, within a surround of marquise-cut and round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed birks CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 131 An EnAmEl AnD golD nEcklAcE Of whimsical design, the cable linking chain joined to polychrome enamel puffed hearts, and suspending an elephant, pairs of birds, crescent moons and stars, accented by small diamonds, an emerald and a sapphire, mounted in 18k gold, length 16 ins CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050

5 3 132 A turquoisE, ruby, DiAmonD AnD golD broocH, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls Designed as a rooster with turquoise cabochon body, the head and tail feathers accented by rubies and diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Vca and numbered 1V960-1 CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 133 An AntiquE colourED DiAmonD ring Set with an old european-cut brown diamond weighing approximately 4.75 carats, to elaborate diamond-set shoulders and gallery pierced with floral, foliate and vine motifs, mounted in platinum, circa 1910 CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 134 A PAir of gEm-sEt cAt broocHEs each designed as a cat with tiger’s eye or nephrite body and head, and tiny simulated ruby eyes, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1970 CDn $1,800–2,000 us $1,620–1,800 135 A PAir of citrinE, DiAmonD AnD golD florAl EAr cliPs The flower blossoms with diamond-set centres amid heart-shaped citrine petals, mounted in 14k gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 133 132 135 134

5 4 136 138 137 136 A PAir of motHEr-of-PEArl AnD ruby turbo sHEll EAr cliPs, by sEAmAn scHEPPs each turbo shell accented with wirework details, cabochon ruby caps, mounted in 14k gold, signed Seaman Schepps CDn $600–800 us $540–720 137 A colourED DiAmonD AnD ruby ring The octagonal plaque centering a bezel-set round yellow diamond weighing approximately 1.65 carats, surrounded by calibré-cut rubies and round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $6,000–7,000 us $5,400–6,300 138 A sAPPHirE, ruby AnD tWo-tonE golD brAcElEt, by birks Of Rococo inspiration, the series of wide articulated panels embellished by sapphire and ruby florets amid applied scrolls and foliate details, mounted in 18k yellow and rose gold, length 7 1/4 ins, signed birks, circa 1960 CDn $3,000–3,500 us $2,700–3,150

5 5 139 A culturED PEArl, ruby AnD golD nEcklAcE, by DAViD WEbb Designed as an alternating series of cultured pearls and ruby beads, each within fluted caps, mounted in 18k gold, length 33 ins, signed Webb CDn $8,500–9,000 us $7,650–8,100 140 An AntiquE DiAmonD ring With a pear-shaped old-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.75 carats, amid a heart shaped border set with synthetic rubies, and a pair of small old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1910 CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 139 140

5 6 141 144 143 142 141 A culturED PEArl, DiAmonD AnD golD sWAn broocH Fashioned as a swan with baroque cultured pearl body and accented by small diamonds, mounted in 18k gold CDn $1,100–1,500 us $990–1,350 142 A rock crystAl, DiAmonD AnD golD bAnglE brAcElEt The openwork double hinged hoop centering an elongated frosted rock crystal loop between diamond-set odeonesque arches, mounted in 14k gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 143 A DiAmonD AnD golD ring The bombé form with a pavé-set diamond dome within a textured gold surround of organic design, mounted in 18k gold CDn $800–1,200 us $720–1,080 144 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring The wide tapering band set with a round diamond weighing approximately 3.50 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, size 9 3/4 CDn $15,000–20,000 us $13,500–18,000

5 7 145 A DiAmonD AnD golD nEcklAcE The slightly graduated stylised mesh linking centering a diamond-set ring and arched details, mounted in 14k gold, length 16 ins CDn $3,000–3,500 us $2,700–3,150 146 A DiAmonD AnD golD ring The wide band of asymmetrical design set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.95 carats, accented by a graduated trio of round diamonds and small marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k yellow and white gold CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 146 145

5 8 147 149 148 147 A PAir of tAnzAnitE AnD DiAmonD EAr stuDs Set with two pear-shaped tanzanites together weighing approximately 11.10 carats, framed by round diamonds weighing approximately 3.95 carats, mounted in 18k yellow gold, rhodium plated CDn $6,500–7,000 us $5,850–6,300 148 A DiAmonD HEArt broocH The duo of coiled ribbon sashes designed as a stylised heart set with a round diamond weighing approximately 0.75 carat, with graduated rows of old mine and old european-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 149 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD brAcElEt The highly flexible broad mesh strap of chain mail design accented by round diamond raised bezels, mounted in 18k white gold, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $6,000–7,000 us $5,400–6,300

5 9 150 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring, by tiffAny & co. Of openwork basket weave pattern set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 1.40 carats, signed Tiffany & co., size 6 3/4, with original box CDn $1,800–2,200 us $1,620–1,980 151 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD nEcklAcE Of lacy inspiration, the wide openwork filigree strap set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 11.95 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 ins CDn $7,500–8,000 us $6,750–7,200 152 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring, by mouAWAD Of cuboid design, decorated with pavé-set sapphires and diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, signed Mouawad CDn $900–1,200 us $810–1,080 150 152 151

6 0 153 155 154 153 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum florAl broocH The floral spray decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 4.65 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $1,800–2,200 us $1,620–1,980 154 An AquAmArinE AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt nEcklAcE Suspending a cushion-shaped aquamarine weighing 31.82 carats, from a dainty line decorated with small diamonds, from a delicate trace linking chain, mounted in platinum, length 20 1/2 ins CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 155 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum brAcElEt WAtcH The rectangular case and tapering bracelet entirely decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds totalling approximately 9.00 carats, hinged cover opening to reveal a silvered dial with gilt arabic numerals at the quarters, manual winding movement, mounted in platinum, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200

6 1 156 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand composed of thirty-nine cultured pearls graduated from 12.1 mm to 10.0 mm, joined to an 18k white gold pavé-set diamond ball clasp, length 17 ins CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 157 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.55 carats, flanked by a pair of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 158 An unmountED tourmAlinE The pear-shaped tourmaline measuring 11.54 mm by 7.93 mm by 6.15 mm and weighing 3.26 carats With report CS 58783 dated 27 January 2014 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating natural tourmaline, Paraiba-type variety, it is the opinion of the laboratory that the origin of this material would be classified as Mozambique CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 159 An unmountED tourmAlinE The pear-shaped tourmaline measuring 10.38 mm by 8.43 mm by 5.72 mm and weighing 2.84 carats With report CS 58781 dated 27 January 2014 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating natural tourmaline, Paraiba-type variety, it is the opinion of the laboratory that the origin of this material would be classified as Mozambique CDn $3,500–5,500 us $3,150–4,950 156 159 158 157

6 2 160 163 162 161 160 A rEtro sAPPHirE, DiAmonD AnD golD broocH, by cArtiEr The fluted buckle accented by diamonds and sapphires, mounted in 14k gold, signed cartier and numbered 2468 and 3143, circa 1940 CDn $2,000–2,500 us $1,800–2,250 161 A PAir of sAPPHirE AnD golD EAr cliPs, by DEmnEr The oval forms centering a pair of emerald-cut sapphires together weighing approximately 7.75 carats, surrounded by round and marquise-cut diamonds totalling approximately 14.75 carats, mounted in 18k gold, signed Demner with austrian assay mark, circa 1990 CDn $22,000–28,000 us $19,800–25,200 162 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval sapphire weighing approximately 4.50 carats, surrounded by round diamonds totalling approximately 1.65 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $6,000–7,000 us $5,400–6,300 163 A DiAmonD ring Set with a round diamond weighing 2.04 carats, between a pair of pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in 14k gold CDn $12,000–15,000 us $10,800–13,500

6 4 164 166 165 164 A PAir of corAl AnD golD EAr cliPs, by tiffAny & co. The stylised knots designed with coral centres, mounted in 18k gold, signed Tiffany, Italy CDn $2,800–3,200 us $2,520–2,880 165 A turquoisE AnD golD brAcElEt The stylised Moorish lattice designed with a series of round turquoise cabochons amid wirework and beaded borders, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 1/2 ins CDn $1,000–1,300 us $900–1,170 166 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.85 carats, amid diamond-set shoulders, mounted in platinum CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600

6 5 167 A golD nEcklAcE, by cHAumEt The choker with stylised braid design, the dual half-hoop linking in highly polished 18k gold, signed chaumet and numbered 115196, French assay marks, inner circumference 14 ins CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 168 A colourED DiAmonD ring centering a round brown-green diamond weighing approximately 1.00 carat, surrounded by marquise-cut diamonds totalling approximately 2.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 167 168

6 6 169 170 169 An AntiquE DiAmonD ring Set with a graduated row of five old european-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.05 carats, accented by tiny old mine-cut diamonds, the gallery engraved with scrolling motifs, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1900 CDn $4,500–6,000 us $4,050–5,400 170 A sEt of citrinE AnD sEED PEArl JEWEls The Rococo design with elaborate scrolling acanthus motifs and cannetille work, including a necklace suspending a cushion-shaped citrine accented by seed pearls and tiny rose-cut diamonds, length 16 1/2 ins, signed birks; and a similarly designed brooch, each in 14k gold (2) CDn $2,000–2,400 us $1,800–2,160

6 7 171 An AntiquE golD lockEt brAcElEt The octagonal locket of slightly pyramidal form and joined to a tapering hinged panel strap entirely engraved with scrolling acanthus leaves and floral motifs, opening to reveal a portrait miniature of edward Richard Littleton, 2nd baron Hatherton, in 18k gold, length 6 1/2 ins, circa 1841 CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 172 An unmountED DiAmonD The old european-cut yellow diamond measuring 8.50 mm by 8.90 mm by 5.33 mm and weighing 2.63 carats CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 173 An AntiquE turquoisE AnD DiAmonD crEscEnt broocH Designed as a large crescent moon decorated with a graduated series of turquoise cabochons amid old mine and old european-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, with fitted box, circa 1890 CDn $3,200–4,200 us $2,880–3,780 171 (interior) 171 173 172

6 8 174 176 175 174 A PAir of onyx AnD JADEitE EAr cliPs, by AlDo ciPullo, cArtiEr each jadeite disc centering an onyx cabochon amid 18k gold bezel and crisscross motifs, signed aldo cipullo, cartier and stamped 1973 CDn $5,500–6,000 us $4,950–5,400 175 A PAir of onyx, rock crystAl AnD golD EAr cliPs, by AlDo ciPullo, cArtiEr The lattice pattern with frosted rock crystal plaque centering a quartet of onyx cabochon studs within 18k gold bars, signed aldo cipullo, cartier CDn $5,500–6,000 us $4,950–5,400 176 A DiAmonD AnD golD ring The broad bombé plaque pavé-set with round diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, accented by wirework and fluted details of bow motif, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520

6 9 177 A ruby AnD golD nEcklAcE The torsade design comprising ten strands of rubies in a variety of sizes and shapes, joined to a tapering 22k gold clasp, length 20 ins CDn $7,500–8,000 us $6,750–7,200 177

7 0 178 180 179 178 A PAir of JADEitE AnD golD EAr stuDs Set with a pair of oval jadeite cabochons measuring approximately 13.8 mm by 9.4 mm by 2.9 mm and 13.7 mm by 9.5 mm by 3.7 mm, mounted in 10k gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 179 A JADEitE AnD golD ring The oval jadeite cabochon measuring 16.6 mm by 11.8 mm, centering upon a broad tapering band decorated on either side with an owl amid curved lines and beadwork, mounted in 18k gold CDn $1,400–1,600 us $1,260–1,440 180 A JADEitE AnD golD brAcElEt The twisted wirework strap with a continuous series of twenty pear-shaped jadeite cabochons, between scroll linking, mounted in 18k gold, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620

7 1 181 A JADEitE AnD golD nEcklAcE composed of eleven oval jadeite cabochons measuring from 12.1 mm by 8.7 mm by 1.4 mm to 8.8 mm by 6.3 mm by 1.7 mm, amid ribbon scrolls and joined to a baton linking chain, mounted in 10k gold, length 16 1/2 ins With report CS 56574 dated 23 September 2013 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that the jadeites are natural colour, no gemological evidence of impregnation present CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 182 A JADEitE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval jadeite cabochon measuring 15.7 x 10.0 x 5.3 mm, surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 18k gold With report CS 56503 dated 27 August 2013 from the American Gemological Laboratories stating that the jadeite is natural colour, no gemological evidence of impregnation present CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200 181 182

7 2 183 185 184 183 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum florAl broocH The floral bouquet and coiling ribbon sashes decorated with marquise-cut, pear-shaped, baguette-cut and round diamonds totalling approximately 4.25 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 184 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion modified brilliant fancy intense pink diamond weighing 0.71 carat, within a double frame of pink diamonds and diamonds, to the diamond-set shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold With report 16430290 dated 12 November 2007 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy intense pink, natural colour, SI1 clarity CDn $50,000–60,000 us $45,000–54,000 185 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand comprising forty-three cultured pearls of 8.7-9.4 mm, joined to a platinum clasp set with a marquise-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.55 carats, length 17 1/2 ins CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200

7 3 186 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EAr cliPs Of floral design with marquise-cut diamond clusters and baguette-cut diamond curved rows, mounted in platinum CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 187 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum PEnDAnt/broocH Of spray design with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.20 carats, centered upon radiating baguette-cut diamonds, further decorated with ribbon scrolls and sprinkled round diamonds, hinged bail to the reverse, mounted in platinum CDn $15,000–20,000 us $13,500–18,000 186 side view 188 187 188 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring centering an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.65 carats, amid a finely millegrained and pierced dome gallery decorated with small diamonds and chased floral and foliate motif trim, mounted in platinum, circa 1920 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400

7 4 189 191 190 189 A gEntlEmAn’s stAinlEss stEEl ‘clAssimA’ WristWAtcH, by bAumE & mErciEr With circular case, silvered dial, applied Roman and baton numerals, sweep seconds, apertures to reveal balance wheel and escapement wheel, automatic movement, joined to a black leather strap, in stainless steel CDn $900–1,200 us $810–1,080 190 A gEntlEmAn’s golD WristWAtcH, by Hublot With black dial, sweep seconds, date aperture, quartz movement, joined to a black rubber strap with double déployant clasp, in 18k gold, inner circumference 7 1/2 ins CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 191 A golD ‘cArréE à AttAcHEs obus’ WristWAtcH, by cArtiEr The square case with ogival lugs, cream dial with Roman numerals, sapphire crown, quartz movement, and joined to a brown leather strap, in 18k gold CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080

7 5 192 A lADy’s DiAmonD AnD cErAmic ‘J12’ WristWAtcH, by cHAnEl The tonneau case with precision-set diamond bezel, white dial with arabic numerals, date aperture, sweep seconds, quartz movement, joined to a white ceramic bracelet with concealed clasp, in ceramic and stainless steel, inner circumference 6 1/4 ins CDn $1,500–2,000 us $1,350–1,800 193 A lADy’s stAinlEss stEEl AnD golD ‘sAntos’ WristWAtcH, by cArtiEr The cream dial within a cushion-shaped gold bezel, Roman numerals, quartz movement, joined to a stainless steel articulated bracelet with gold screws, concealed déployant clasp, inner circumference 5 3/4 ins, with three extra links to add 3/4 in CDn $2,000–2,400 us $1,800–2,160 194 A gEntlEmAn’s stAinlEss stEEl ‘PrincE DAtE AutomAtic cHronogrAPH’ WristWAtcH, by tuDor With calibrated tachymeter bezel, steel dial, arabic numerals, three subsidiary dials indicating constant seconds, 30-minute and 12-hour registers, magnified date aperture, screw down chronograph push buttons, joined to a tapering bracelet with déployant clasp, inner circumference 7 1/2 ins, with original box CDn $1,500–2,000 us $1,350–1,800 192 194 193

7 6 195 197 196 195 A bEllE éPoquE PEArl AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt Set with two pearls (not tested for natural origin), amid small old european-cut diamonds and curved ribbon sashes set with rose-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and 18k gold, with fitted box stamped by appointment collingwood Jewellers Ltd, to the Royal Family, 46 conduit St W, circa 1895 CDn $1,000–1,500 us $900–1,350 196 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum boW broocH Fashioned as a ribbon bow centering an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.10 carats, amid thirty-two round diamonds graduated from approximately 0.80 carat to 0.03 carat, mounted in platinum CDn $14,000–16,000 us $12,600–14,400 197 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum brAcElEt The articulated openwork strap set throughout with marquise-cut, baguette-cut and round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 9.25 carats, mounted in platinum, length 7 ins, circa 1930 CDn $8,000–12,000 us $7,200–10,800

7 7 198 A bEllE éPoquE DiAmonD nEcklAcE With articulated drops, the central pendant suspending an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.35 carats, the scrolling foliate garlands decorated with smaller old european and old mine-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, from a trace linking platinum chain, length 14 3/4 ins, circa 1915 CDn $8,000–8,500 us $7,200–7,650 199 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring, by birks Set with a marquise-cut diamond weighing 1.00 carat, between a pair of tapered baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $3,400–4,000 us $3,060–3,600 200 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.15 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 198 200 199

7 8 201 204 203 202 201 An AntiquE sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD DrAgonfly broocH/PEnDAnt Designed as a dragonfly centering an old mine-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.85 carat, the body decorated with a row of graduated sapphires, amid rose-cut diamond en tremblant wings and tiny ruby eyes, mounted in silver and 14k rose gold, circa 1900 CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 202 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a round diamond weighing 1.00 carat, flanked by small round diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 2165078279 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is F colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 203 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 4.75 carats, accented by small round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $17,000–22,000 us $15,300–19,800 204 A sAPPHirE, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum linE brAcElEt The continuous course alternating old european-cut diamond trios with rectangular sapphires, mounted in platinum, length 6 1/2 ins CDn $3,000–5,000 us $2,700–4,500

7 9 205 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The floral and foliate fringe decorated with a graduated course of twenty oval sapphires weighing approximately 16.80 carats, and small diamonds totalling approximately 3.25 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 ins CDn $4,500–5,000 us $4,050–4,500 206 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring, by cHoPArD The tapering band set with a heart-shaped sapphire and round diamonds depicting the word LOVe, mounted in 18k white gold, signed chopard and numbered 82/2900/3 9720789 CDn $2,000–2,400 us $1,800–2,160 206 205

8 0 207 210 209 208 207 A rEtro ruby, DiAmonD, PlAtinum AnD golD florAl broocH Designed as stylised poppies with curled fluted petals centering pistils of rubies and round diamonds, and accented by suspended diamond briolettes, the stems channel-set with baguette-cut diamonds and rubies, mounted in platinum and 10k gold, circa 1940 CDn $8,000–10,000 us $7,200–9,000 208 A DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped diamond weighing 2.19 carats, to a conforming frame and slender diamond-set 18k white gold band CDn $8,000–10,000 us $7,200–9,000 209 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 3.02 carats, to diamond-set bifurcated shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $3,600–4,000 us $3,240–3,600 210 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 7.20 carats, amid a conforming border of round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $9,000–10,000 us $8,100–9,000

8 2 211 213 212 211 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD golD cliPs The openwork concave discs designed as a pair of entwined flares accented by round diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold, gold plated CDn $1,800–2,200 us $1,620–1,980 212 A sAPPHirE, DiAmonD, PlAtinum AnD golD broocH The twin pierced gold leaves with sapphire trim and graduated round diamond ribs and stems, mounted in platinum and 18k gold CDn $2,200–2,800 us $1,980–2,520 213 A gEm-sEt AnD golD brAcElEt, by birks The articulated openwork ropetwist strap decorated with rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins, signed birks CDn $2,500–4,000 us $2,250–3,600

8 3 214 A golD fringE nEcklAcE Designed with a continuous course of 18k gold graduated fringe tassels of stylised box chain linking, with pampille finials, length 16 1/2 ins CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 215 A colour-cHAngE sPinEl AnD DiAmonD ring centering a colour-change spinel weighing approximately 4.35 carats, between trios of round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 214 215 216 A DiAmonD ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 4.50 carats, flanked by a pair of tapered baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 14k gold CDn $25,000–30,000 us $22,500–27,000 216

8 4 217 218 217 A PAir of gEm-sEt AnD golD EAr cliPs each dome form featuring an emerald, a sapphire and a ruby cabochon, within baguette-cut diamond channels and pavé-set round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, circa 1980 CDn $2,800–3,200 us $2,520–2,880 218 A multi-gEm AnD golD florAl bAskEt PEnDAnt/broocH The floral bouquet composed of an old european-cut brown diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, smaller old-cut coloured diamonds, sapphires, rubies and small round diamonds, from a woven basket accented by sapphire and ruby channel trims, mounted in 18k yellow and pink gold, circa 1950 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400

8 5 219 A DiAmonD AnD golD lAriAt nEcklAcE The tubular mesh strands embellished to the front by a sinuous pavé-set diamond sliding enhancer, with polished boule terminals, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,200–2,400 us $1,980–2,160 220 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring, by croPP & fArr Set with an oval sapphire weighing approximately 2.50 carats, surrounded by marquise-cut and round diamonds totalling approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 18k gold, signed c&F with partial numbers, with London hallmarks dating 1994 CDn $2,500–4,000 us $2,250–3,600 221 A DiAmonD AnD golD ring, by birks The broad tapering band centering a round diamond weighing approximately 1.45 carats, surrounded by a frame of round diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, size 11 CDn $6,500–7,500 us $5,850–6,750 220 219 221

8 6 222 223 223 A DiAmonD ring Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 3.10 carats, flanked by small emerald-cut diamonds, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $20,000–24,000 us $18,000–21,600 222 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand comprising twenty-seven cultured pearls graduated from 16.2 mm to 15.0 mm, and joined to a pavé-set diamond ball clasp, in 18k white gold, length 18 ins CDn $30,000–32,000 us $27,000–28,800

224 8 7 224 A colourED DiAmonD AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped fancy brownish pink diamond weighing 2.09 carats, between a pair of cushion-shaped diamonds weighing 1.00 carat and 1.01 carats, to a band further accented by round and pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in 18k pink and 19k white gold, size 6 3/4 With report 17469576 dated 11 August 2008 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy brownish pink, natural colour With reports 1116023627 and 2111023672 dated 13 August 2009 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamonds are D colour, VS1 clarity CDn $80,000–100,000 us $72,000–90,000 225 tWo DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum broocHEs The knife-edge designs with stylised floral spray motifs, set with two trapezoid-cut diamonds weighing 1.69 carats and 1.80 carats, and with an old european-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.70 carat, further decorated with smaller old european-cut and single-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $7,500–10,000 us $6,750–9,000 226 A PAir of culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs Set with a pair of cultured pearls measuring approximately 16.3 mm by 14.0 mm, accented by flared borders of graduated marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 227 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a baroque cultured pearl measuring 19.0 mm by 16.4 mm by 15.1 mm, accented with a flared duo of graduated rows of marquise-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 225 227 226

8 8 228 tHrEE bluE zircon JEWEls Including a set of art Deco double clips decorated with marcasites and zircons, with brooch fitting; a pair of art Deco ear pendants set with rose-cut diamonds and zircons; and a bracelet with a graduated row of zircons, length 8 1/4 ins, with fitted box CDn $3,200–4,000 us $2,880–3,600 228 228 228

8 9 229 A DiAmonD nEcklAcE AnD EAr PEnDAnts The necklace suspending a trilliant-cut diamond weighing 0.84 carat, topped by a pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 0.75 carat, from a line of round diamonds, mounted in platinum, with a 10k white gold chain, length 18 ins; and a pair of ear pendants of similar design suspending a pair of trilliant-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 0.90 carat, mounted in 14k white gold (2) CDn $7,500–8,500 us $6,750–7,650 230 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 2.15 carats, to shoulders accented by marquise-cut and round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $28,000–32,000 us $25,200–28,800 231 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum florAl broocH The stylised flower blossom, leaves and stems decorated with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 7.50 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $4,500–5,500 us $4,050–4,950 229 231 230

9 0 232 234 233 232 A PAir of ruby AnD DiAmonD EArrings Of floral and foliate design, each set with a trio of ruby buds amid diamond-set leaves and curving accents, mounted in platinum CDn $1,800–2,200 us $1,620–1,980 233 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD florAl broocH The stylised floral spray decorated with round, marquise and baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 5.75 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $3,200–3,800 us $2,880–3,420 234 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum linE brAcElEt The series of forty-eight round diamonds joined to a marquise-cut and round diamond floral clasp, the diamonds totalling approximately 5.10 carats, mounted in platinum, length 7 ins CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300

9 1 235 A ruby AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The delicate linking connectors between an alternating course composed of forty variously shaped ruby beads totalling approximately 42.00 carats and diamond briolettes weighing approximately 10.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 23 ins CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 236 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a navette-shaped ruby weighing approximately 1.60 carats, surrounded by pear-shaped diamonds totalling approximately 1.65 carats, mounted in 10k white gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 235 237 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval ruby weighing 1.58 carats, surrounded by round diamonds and baguette-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in platinum With gemstone report GRS2009-041307 dated 24 April 2009 from the Gubelin Gemlab stating no indications of thermal treatment.

Origin: Burma (Myanmar).

CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200 236 237

9 2 238 240 239 238 A ruby AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt/broocH The tapering openwork plaque decorated throughout with old european-cut and round diamonds and rubies, mounted in platinum, together with a sterling silver chain, length 18 1/2 ins (not illustrated), circa 1930 CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 239 A motHEr-of-PEArl, DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD ‘mADEmoisEllE PriVé’ WristWAtcH, by cHAnEl The circular case with round diamond bezel, black dial with a marquetry design of a carved mother-of-pearl camellia, diamond numerals, quartz movement, onyx crown, joined to a satin-finish strap with diamond-set circular buckle, in 18k white gold, with original box and certificate CDn $12,000–15,000 us $10,800–13,500 240 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped ruby weighing 8.07 carats, within an undulating frame of baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1975 With report 1152707995 dated 8 October 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this natural ruby is Thailand.

Indications of heating.

CDn $40,000–50,000 us $36,000–45,000

9 4 242 241 A PAir of multi-gEm EAr PEnDAnts Of asymmetrical design, each articulated elongated pendant suspending a blue chalcedony cabochon, further accented by citrines, amethysts, tourmalines, blue topazes, peridots and diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 242 A multi-gEm AnD PlAtinum florAl broocH The floral bouquet set with a Kashmir sapphire weighing approximately 3.05 carats, a colour-change sapphire weighing approximately 3.60 carats, two pink sapphires together weighing approximately 7.05 carats, a pink spinel, a blue geuda sapphire, a blue zircon, a pair of red spinels, demantoid garnets and diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 1152339195 dated 8 April 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that it is an expert opinion that the geographic origin of this sapphire is Kashmir.

No indications of heating.

CDn $22,000–26,000 us $19,800–23,400 241

9 5 243 A blAck oPAl, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an oval opal measuring approximately 24.0 mm by 15.3 mm by 9.0 mm, surrounded by round diamonds weighing approximately 3.95 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 244 A DiAmonD, oPAl AnD WHitE golD bAnglE WAtcH, by cHoPArD, rEtAilED by birks The elongated oblong design with pavé-set diamond case centering an opal dial, manual winding movement, concealed crown, to a hinged bangle bracelet, in 18k white gold, inner circumference 6 1/4 ins CDn $7,500–9,500 us $6,750–8,550 244 243

9 6 245 245 An Art DEco PAstE, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum nEcklAcE The chinoiserie pendant with ornately carved aqua paste robe, white paste face and neck, onyx hair, bone hands, within a dark blue paste background surrounded by old-cut diamonds, joined to an elongated trace linking chain, length 23 ins, mounted in platinum, French assay and maker's mark, circa 1930 CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700

9 7 246 An AquAmArinE, culturED PEArl AnD sAPPHirE nEcklAcE composed of fifteen graduated hexagonal aquamarine blocks between cultured pearls and sapphire beads, joined to a 22k gold clasp, length 24 1/2 ins CDn $3,800–4,000 us $3,420–3,600 246

9 8 247 249 248 247 A PAir of culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs each dark grey cultured pearl measuring approximately 13.0 mm, topped by a small round diamond, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,600–1,800 us $1,440–1,620 248 An EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD DrAgonfly broocH Designed as a dragonfly with polychrome enamel head and body, plique-a-jour enamel wings in shades of blue and green, accented by small round diamonds, mounted in silver and 18k gold CDn $1,500–2,000 us $1,350–1,800 249 An Art nouVEAu PEArl, EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD ring The floral and foliate motif designed with sinuous tendrils, set with a pearl (not tested for natural origin) measuring 10.7 mm by 8.6 mm, the green plique-a-jour enamel leaves accented by a pair of old mine-cut diamonds and small round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, French assay mark, circa 1905 CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400

9 9 250 A tourmAlinE AnD DiAmonD buttErfly broocH/PEnDAnt, by cAVElti Designed as a butterfly with carved bi-coloured tourmaline wings and diamond-set body, mounted in 18k gold, signed cavelti CDn $800–1,200 us $720–1,080 251 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand comprising thirty-five dark grey cultured pearls graduated from 13.6 mm to 10.0 mm, accented by a quartet of pavé-set diamond boule rondelles, mounted in 18k white gold, length 16 3/4 ins CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050 252 A blAck oPAl, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an oval black opal measuring approximately 15.5 mm by 11.6 mm by 7.4 mm, within a surround of round diamonds accented by a pair of pear-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 250 252 251

1 0 0 253 253 253 253 253 A sEt of DiAmonD AnD golD JEWEls Including a necklace decorated to the fore with pavé-set round diamonds, joined to beaded linking, length 17 ins; a bracelet en suite, length 6 3/4 ins; a ring en suite, size 7; and a pair of ear clips en suite, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 25.60 carats, mounted in 18k gold (4) CDn $25,000–30,000 us $22,500–27,000

1 0 1 254 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Suspending a pair of old mine-cut diamonds weighing approximately 1.05 carats and 1.15 carats, mounted in 18k pink gold CDn $6,500–7,000 us $5,850–6,300 255 An AquAmArinE, PyroPE gArnEt AnD culturED PEArl broocH centering a pyrope garnet cabochon within a wide stepped frame, surrounded by four aquamarine cabochons totalling approximately 32.00 carats, and four cultured pearls, mounted in 18k gold CDn $2,600–2,800 us $2,340–2,520 256 A stAr sAPPHirE AnD WHitE golD ring The wide band with fluted and textured shoulders and gallery, centering a star sapphire weighing approximately 20.50 carats, accented on either side by a pair of round diamonds, mounted in 10k white gold CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050 257 A stAr sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a star sapphire weighing approximately 7.50 carats, accented by trios of diamonds, shoulders and gallery decorated with chased details, mounted in platinum CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 256 255 254 257

1 0 2 258 260 258 A bEllE éPoquE PEArl AnD DiAmonD broocH The finely pierced and millegrained design with stylised palmette plaque and suspending an elongated pendant of cascading ribbon tail motif with shield-shaped terminal, set throughout with old european-cut diamonds and pearls (not tested for natural origin), mounted in platinum, circa 1910 CDn $2,000–2,500 us $1,800–2,250 259 A bEllE éPoquE DiAmonD, PEArl AnD PlAtinum PEnDAnt nEcklAcE The oval plaque decorated with diamond-set monogram ‘eHP’ surrounded by floral motifs and a border of seed pearls, reversing to a glazed compartment with portrait miniature of a lady, suspending from a pierced baton linking chain, length 27 ins, all in platinum, with fitted double hinged picture frame display box stamped ellis bros, Toronto, circa 1910 CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 260 An AntiquE nAturAl PEArl AnD DiAmonD brAcElEt centering a rectangular plaque set with old european-cut and rose-cut diamonds, joined to a broad highly articulated natural pearl bracelet, mounted in platinum and 14k gold, length 7 1/2 ins, circa 1910 With report 1152022645 dated 8 October 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that ten pearls have been tested and found to be natural saltwater origin CDn $7,500–8,500 us $6,750–7,650

1 0 3 261 An AntiquE nAturAl PEArl nEcklAcE The single strand composed of 103 natural pearls measuring from 7.6 mm to 5.0 mm, joined to a silver and 14k gold clasp centering an old mine-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, surrounded by smaller old mine-cut diamonds, length 28 ins, with austro-Hungarian assay marks With report 2165053966 dated 21 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating predominantly natural pearls, saltwater origin CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 261 259

1 0 4 262 264 263 262 An AntiquE oPAl, ruby AnD DiAmonD broocH Designed as a snowberry sprig, the trefoil motif with a trio of opal beads accented by rose-cut diamonds and a ruby, mounted in silver and 14k gold, late 19th century CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 263 A bEllE éPoquE, PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The pierced pendant drop set throughout with diamonds and suspending a pearl, from a baton and trace linking necklace accented by pearls, in platinum, length 16 ins, pearls not tested for natural origin, circa 1910 CDn $1,000–1,200 us $900–1,080 264 An AntiquE EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD lAPEl lockEt The cobalt blue enamel heart form embellished with diamond-set floral details, hinged and opening to reveal two deep concave compartments, suspending from a diamond-set and enamelled bow brooch, mounted in silver and gold, the locket with Russian assay marks for St.

Petersburg, circa 1860 CDn $2,000–4,000 us $1,800–3,600

1 0 5 265 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring centering an oval sapphire weighing approximately 6.65 carats, within a border of small round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 266 An AntiquE AquAmArinE AnD golD riVièrE nEcklAcE The graduated course of forty-six round aquamarines within closed back domed links, mounted in 18k gold, length 17 1/2 ins, late 19th century CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 267 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD ring Set with four round diamonds weighing approximately 1.60 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 265 267 266

1 0 6 268 271 270 269 268 A PAir of Art DEco JADEitE, EnAmEl AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts The elongated black enamel bars and circular motifs suspending carved jadeite plaques depicting stylised lotus blossoms, decorated with old-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1920 CDn $7,000–7,500 us $6,300–6,750 269 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum bAr broocH, by DrEicEr & co.

The elongated geometric plaque centering a rectangular diamond weighing approximately 0.80 carat, amid channels of round diamonds and between a pair of smaller rectangular diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed Dreicer & co., circa 1925 CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 270 A JADEitE, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a pear-shaped jadeite cabochon measuring 12.5 mm by 9.2 mm by 4.4 mm, accented by slightly stepped shoulders decorated by round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 271 A JADEitE, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring The ballerina design centering an oval jadeite cabochon measuring 13.3 mm by 10.20 mm by 8.45 mm, amid an undulating frame of baguette-cut diamonds totalling approximately 2.85 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $7,500–9,000 us $6,750–8,100

1 0 7 272 A DiAmonD AnD blAck DiAmonD lAriAt nEcklAcE, by lEo Pizzo Set with round diamonds totalling approximately 3.85 carats, and black round diamonds totalling approximately 4.10 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, inner circumference 15 1/4 ins CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050 273 A blAck DiAmonD AnD DiAmonD ring, by cArtiEr The bombé band decorated with pavé-set round black diamonds and diamonds weighing approximately 3.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, signed cartier and numbered 1999, 124413, French assay marks, size 5 1/2, with original box CDn $3,800–4,200 us $3,420–3,780 273 272

1 0 8 274 276 275 274 A PAir of sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD EArrings Designed with curved diamond and sapphire rows, mounted in 18k gold CDn $3,800–4,000 us $3,420–3,600 275 An EnAmEl, DiAmonD AnD golD birD broocH The highly sculpted design with a hen attending to her en tremblant trio of nestlings, decorated with polychrome enamel and round diamonds and black diamond eyes, mounted in 18k gold CDn $4,400–4,800 us $3,960–4,320 276 A sAPPHirE AnD golD brAcElEt The graduated row of eleven cushion-shaped and oval sapphires totalling approximately 20.75 carats, joined to a slender double bar linking bracelet, mounted in 10k pink gold, length 7 ins CDn $1,800–3,000 us $1,620–2,700

1 0 9 277 An AntiquE nAturAl PEArl, sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The triple strands comprising 348 natural pearls graduated from 5.3 mm to 2.9 mm, joined to a rectangular clasp set with a channel of sapphires between old european-cut diamond borders, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, length 17 1/2 ins, circa 1900 With report 5379 dated 17 March 2012 from The Gem & Pearl Laboratory stating one bead-nucleated cultured pearl, the remainder natural pearls (saltwater) CDn $17,000–20,000 us $15,300–18,000 277 278 A PurPlE stAr sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring, by birks centering a purple star sapphire weighing approximately 7.50 carats, between a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 0.40 carat, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 279 A DiAmonD ring Set with an old mine-cut diamond weighing 3.09 carats, between a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $15,000–18,000 us $13,500–16,200 278 279

1 1 0 280 280 A PEriDot AnD bluE toPAz ring, by tHEo fEnnEll The large elongated octagonal plaque centering a rectangular peridot weighing approximately 3.85 carats, amid calibré-cut blue topaz and peridot concentric channels, odeonesque shoulder details, to a fluted band, mounted in 18k gold, maker’s mark for Theo Fennell CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 281 A PEriDot AnD bluE toPAz cross PEnDAnt nEcklAcE, by tHEo fEnnEll Designed as a cruciform centering a cushion-shaped peridot weighing approximately 2.00 carats, within flared arms decorated by peridot and blue topaz channels, suspending from a wheat linking necklace, with maker’s mark for Theo Fennell, english hallmarks for London circa 2001, each in 18k gold, length 15 3/4 ins CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 281

1 1 1 282 A multi-gEm AnD golD PEnDAnt centering a chrysoberyl cat’s eye surrounded by a yellow sapphire, a pair of pink sapphires, a sapphire, a cultured pearl, a garnet and an emerald, and further accented by a surmount decorated with seed pearls and small old mine- cut diamonds, mounted in 22k gold CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700 283 A multi-gEm AnD golD florAl broocH Of jardinière design, decorated with variously carved, facetted and cabochon gemstones, including rubies, sap- phires, emeralds, citrines, garnets, amethyst and a green tourmaline, to the mabe pearl planter, mounted in 14k gold CDn $1,800–2,600 us $1,620–2,340 284 A PEriDot, AmEtHyst AnD DiAmonD bAnglE brAcElEt The hinged penannular hoop decorated with alternating peridots and amethysts, surrounded by round diamonds, mounted in 14k gold, inner circumference 6 1/4 ins CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 283 282 284

1 1 2 285 A singlE DiAmonD EAr stuD Set with a round diamond weighing 3.01 carats, mounted in 18k white gold With report 5161078300 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is G colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $45,000–55,000 us $40,500–49,500 286 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr stuDs Set with round diamonds weighing approximately 4.00 carats and 4.05 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $38,000–42,000 us $34,200–37,800 287 A DiAmonD AnD EnAmEl bAnglE brAcElEt, by JEAn scHlumbErgEr, tiffAny & co.

The semi-flexible hoop decorated with green paillonné enamel set with round diamond bezels between fluted gold arches, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 6 1/2 ins, signed Tiffany & co., Schlumberger, France CDn $30,000–36,000 us $27,000–32,400 285 287 286

1 1 4 288 290 289 288 A multi-gEm AnD golD PEnDAnt/broocH The bezel-set design centering a cabochon emerald weighing approximately 7.00 carats, amid cabochon citrines and amethysts, with a quartet of cultured pearls accented by rows of small diamonds, hinged bail, mounted in 18k gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350 289 A ruby AnD golD florAl broocH, by cArtiEr The highly textured 18k gold leaf and stem decorated with a pair of flowers accented by ruby cluster pistils, signed cartier, Italy, numbered 58124, with original box, circa 1960 CDn $1,800–2,200 us $1,620–1,980 290 A rEtro golD brAcElEt The series of tapered bombé ribbon links decorated with highly sculpted flower blossoms accented by synthetic rubies and blue topazes, mounted in 18k gold, length 6 3/4 ins, circa 1940 CDn $2,000–3,000 us $1,800–2,700

1 1 5 291 A ruby, DiAmonD, golD AnD culturED PEArl conVErtiblE nEcklAcE, by cHAumEt The polished pendant centering a hammered textured dome, the frame decorated by cabochon rubies and diamonds, and suspending from either a gold textured wheat linking twin chain or from a double strand cultured pearl necklace, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed chaumet, French assay marks, length 15 1/2 ins CDn $4,500–5,500 us $4,050–4,950 292 An EmErAlD, DiAmonD AnD golD ring The wide openwork band of architectural inspiration with bifurcated shoulders, centering an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 7.50 carats, embellished by a duo of diamond-set swirls, mounted in 14k gold CDn $1,500–2,000 us $1,350–1,800 291 292 291

1 1 6 293 295 294 293 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE Suspending an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 13.10 carats, amid a frame and surmount set with small round and baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold, from triple trace linking 10k white gold chains accented by spectacle-set round diamonds, length 17 1/2 ins CDn $10,000–13,000 us $9,000–11,700 294 An Art DEco multi-gEm AnD PlAtinum JAbot Pin composed of emeralds, sapphires, rubies and diamonds, the terminals of modified shield shape, suspending two graduated articulated garland swags of similar design, mounted in platinum, circa 1920 CDn $13,000–15,000 us $11,700–13,500 295 A tWin-stonE DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring The Toi et Moi design set with a pair of round diamonds together weighing approximately 3.10 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800

1 1 7 296 An AntiquE tourmAlinE AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE Designed as a fringe suspending pear-shaped and square green tourmalines, from diamond-set chevron and floral motifs, joined to a two-tone chain, mounted in platinum and 14k gold, length 18 1/2 ins, circa 1900 CDn $1,800–3,000 us $1,620–2,700 297 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 3.70 carats, between shoulders accented by pairs of small round diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $20,000–25,000 us $18,000–22,500 298 A colourED DiAmonD ring centering a pear-shaped fancy light gray-blue diamond weighing 0.33 carat, between a pair of pear-shaped diamonds and small round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold With report 10133967 dated 29 May 1997 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy light gray-blue, natural colour CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 296 298 297

1 1 8 299 302 301 299 A PAir of orAngE sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs, by AlEtto bros. The asymmetrical design composed of a radiating fringe of navette-shaped orange sapphires weighing approximately 13.50 carats, accented by round diamond curved rows weighing approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed aletto bros. CDn $4,400–4,800 us $3,960–4,320 300 A sAPPHirE, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a high domed cabochon sapphire weighing approximately 10.00 carats, within a millegrained scalloped border of round diamonds weighing approximately 1.55 carats, to the openwork lattice gallery, mounted in platinum CDn $2,500–3,000 us $2,250–2,700 301 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing approximately 1.10 carats, between a pair of emerald-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 302 A sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD brAcElEt The wide strap composed of a central section with invisibly-set sapphires between round diamond borders, mounted in 18k gold, length 7 1/4 ins CDn $7,000–8,000 us $6,300–7,200 300

1 1 9 303 A culturED PEArl nEcklAcE AnD brAcElEt Including a single strand necklace composed of thirty-four dark grey cultured pearls slightly graduated from 11.9 mm to 10.7 mm, length 16 3/4 ins, with 3 extra cultured pearls to add 1 1/4 ins; and a bracelet comprising seventeen cultured pearls measuring from 10.4 mm to 9.0 mm, length 7 1/2 ins, each with a diamond-set 18k white gold clasp (2) CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 304 A yElloW sAPPHirE AnD sAPPHirE ring Set with a cushion-shaped yellow sapphire weighing approximately 6.25 carats, between a pair of pear-shaped sapphires together weighing approximately 3.00 carats, mounted in 10k gold CDn $14,000–16,000 us $12,600–14,400 304 303 303

1 2 0 305 307 306 305 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr stuDs Set with a pair of emerald-cut diamonds weighing 1.10 carats and 1.03 carats, and framed by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, signed Odelia With report 15713444 dated 29 January 2007 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond weighing 1.10 carats is D colour, VS1 clarity CDn $11,000–14,000 us $9,900–12,600 306 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum boW broocH The openwork ribbon bow designed with overlapping geometric and curved furling sashes decorated throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 3.70 carats and centering a round diamond weighing approximately 0.95 carat, mounted in platinum CDn $3,500–4,500 us $3,150–4,050 307 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD brAcElEt Designed as series of diamond-set square plaques alternating with twisted wirework connections joined to smaller diamond-set square and circular links, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 ins CDn $3,000–5,000 us $2,700–4,500

1 2 1 308 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD nEcklAcE, by mArk lAsH With a central continuous course of round diamonds set in cylindrical linking, the gallery edges of each link inset with a round diamond terminal, the diamonds totalling approximately 21.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, inner circumference 14 3/4 ins, with original box CDn $20,000–24,000 us $18,000–21,600 309 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a radiant-cut fancy orangy pink diamond weighing 0.68 carat, to a slender 14k white gold diamond-set band With report 2155584666 dated 31 July 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy orangy pink, natural colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $18,000–22,000 us $16,200–19,800 310 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring, by royAl DE VErsAillEs Set with a radiant-cut diamond weighing approximately 2.05 carats, mounted in platinum, with original box CDn $18,000–22,000 us $16,200–19,800 308 310 309

1 2 2 311 313 311 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with a round diamond weighing 9.35 carats, mounted in 18k white gold With report 2165078313 dated 23 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is I colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $150,000–200,000 us $135,000–180,000 312 A bEllE éPoquE DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum broocH Designed as an oval undulating plaque centering an old european-cut diamond weighing 1.52 carats, amid a finely pierced ground set with smaller old european-cut diamonds and embellished by foliate motifs, mounted in platinum, circa 1910 With report 2155917692 dated 12 February 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is I colour, VS2 clarity CDn $13,000–15,000 us $11,700–13,500 313 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with a round diamond weighing 4.65 carats, mounted in platinum With report 5151675628 dated 1 October 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is E colour, VS1 clarity CDn $145,000–150,000 us $130,500–135,000 312

1 2 4 314 315 314 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE Designed as an alternating series of white and dark grey cultured pearls measuring 13.3-14.7 mm, between diamond-set x motifs, mounted in 18k white gold, length 15 1/2 ins CDn $14,000–16,000 us $12,600–14,400 315 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring bezel-set with a round diamond weighing approximately 4.20 carats, to the circular conforming surround and shoulders accented by small diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $22,000–26,000 us $19,800–23,400

1 2 5 316 A PAir of Pink sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Set with a pair of oval pink sapphires together weighing approximately 6.00 carats, the surrounds and surmounts decorated with round and marquise-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.05 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $7,000–9,000 us $6,300–8,100 317 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum broocH The stylised wirework paisley design set throughout with round and baguette-cut diamonds weighing approximately 3.85 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620 318 A Pink sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped pink sapphire weighing approximately 2.50 carats, to a diamond-set 18k white gold band CDn $2,400–2,800 us $2,160–2,520 319 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum ring The bombé band set with a round diamond weighing approximately 1.20 carats, to a pavé-set diamond ground, the shoulders accented by a graduated series of stepped baguette-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, circa 1930 CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 317 316 319 318

1 2 6 320 322 321 321 A DiAmonD AnD golD ring, by royAl DE VErsAillEs The broad tapering bombé band decorated to the top with pavé-set diamonds weighing approximately 3.60 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDn $3,000–3,500 us $2,700–3,150 322 A DiAmonD solitAirE AnD PlAtinum ring Set with a round diamond weighing approximately 2.85 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $9,000–12,000 us $8,100–10,800 320 A DiAmonD AnD tricolourED golD nEcklAcE The contoured form with braided linking in pink, white and yellow gold, accented to the fore with pavé-set round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 16 ins CDn $5,500–6,000 us $4,950–5,400

1 2 7 323 A DiAmonD AnD golD birD broocH Designed as a perched hoopoe, the wings and head pavé-set with round diamonds, and accented by small emeralds and a ruby, textured body, branch and tail feathers, mounted in 19k gold, Portuguese assay mark CDn $2,400–2,800 us $2,160–2,520 324 A DiAmonD AnD golD brAcElEt The articulated bombé strap with highly textured crossover motifs between elongated connectors accented by round diamonds, mounted in 18k gold, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $4,000–5,000 us $3,600–4,500 325 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt Featuring an emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 8.50 carats, within a conforming frame of round diamonds totalling approximately 1.55 carats, from a polished bail, mounted in 18k gold CDn $4,000–5,000 us $3,600–4,500 323 325 324

1 2 8 326 328 327 326 A PAir of orAngE sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts The detachable circular forms decorated throughout with orange sapphires weighing approximately 35.00 carats and round diamonds weighing approximately 3.80 carats, mounted in 18k gold CDn $7,000–9,000 us $6,300–8,100 327 A rEtro citrinE, ruby, DiAmonD AnD golD broocH The asymmetrical design featuring an emerald-cut citrine weighing approximately 100 carats, amid oval ruby accents and diamond-set curled ribbons, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1940 CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 328 A rEtro DiAmonD AnD ruby ring Of odeonesque design, centering a pavé-set diamond and ruby channel arch, to shoulders accented by a pair of round diamonds and tiny rubies, mounted in 14k yellow and pink gold, circa 1940 CDn $1,500–1,800 us $1,350–1,620

1 2 9 329 A citrinE AnD PEriDot nEcklAcE entirely set with oval citrines amid small round peridots and channel-set peridot crossover ribbons, mounted in 18k gold, inner circumference 15 1/2 ins CDn $11,000–13,000 us $9,900–11,700 330 A rEtro citrinE AnD ruby ring Set with an emerald-cut citrine weighing approximately 25.00 carats, the shoulders embellished by cabochon rubies and scrolls, mounted in 14k gold, circa 1940 CDn $900–1,000 us $810–900 329 330

1 3 0 331 334 333 332 331 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr stuDs Set with a pair of round diamonds weighing 2.29 carats and 2.23 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $25,000–30,000 us $22,500–27,000 332 A turquoisE AnD DiAmonD broocH The stylised flowerhead set throughout with turquoise cabochons and diamonds, with wirework details, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold CDn $5,500–6,500 us $4,950–5,850 333 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped brownish yellow diamond weighing 1.61 carats, to a diamond-set frame and bifurcated band, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300 334 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a radiant-cut yellow diamond weighing approximately 2.40 carats, to a band further accented by a pair of bullet-cut diamonds, round diamonds and round yellow diamonds, mounted in platinum CDn $8,000–10,000 us $7,200–9,000

1 3 1 335 A colourED DiAmonD AnD golD nEcklAcE Decorated to the fore with a quintet of graduated strands composed of variously shaped diamonds in shades of yellow and brown, altogether weighing approximately 87.00 carats, mounted in 18k gold, length 15 1/2 ins CDn $50,000–60,000 us $45,000–54,000 336 A DiAmonD AnD colourED DiAmonD ring centering an oval diamond weighing approximately 0.60 carat, between a pair of oval fancy vivid yellow diamonds together weighing 0.70 carat, accented by small yellow diamonds and diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 13293315 dated 27 April 2004, and report 13293317 dated 28 April 2004 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamonds are fancy vivid yellow, natural colour, VS1 clarity CDn $11,000–15,000 us $9,900–13,500 336 335

1 3 2 337 339 338 337 A PAir of ruby AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Suspending a pair of oval rubies together weighing approximately 5.90 carats, further set with pear-shaped and round diamonds totalling approximately 5.30 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $13,000–15,000 us $11,700–13,500 338 A gEm-sEt AnD PlAtinum cliP broocH Of floral design set with two oval rubies together weighing approximately 3.00 carats, and a synthetic ruby, amid graduated curling rows of round diamonds totalling approximately 2.10 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1960 CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 339 A DiAmonD AnD golD brAcElEt The strap of brink linking design set throughout with round diamonds weighing approximately 8.50 carats, mounted in 18k yellow gold, rhodium plated, length 7 ins CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200

1 3 3 340 A sEt of ruby AnD DiAmonD JEWEls The contoured necklace set with a slightly graduated row of oval rubies alternated with baguette-cut diamond channels, within round diamond scalloped borders, length 14 1/4 ins; a pair of ear pendants en suite, each mounted in 18k white gold, the rubies altogether weighing approximately 33.50 carats and the diamonds approximately 12.85 carats (2) CDn $22,000–26,000 us $19,800–23,400 341 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval ruby weighing approximately 5.00 carats, amid a border of round diamonds totalling approximately 1.50 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $7,000–8,000 us $6,300–7,200 340 341 340

1 3 4 342 344 343 342 A DiAmonD ring, by birks Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 5.95 carats, flanked on either side by a baguette-cut diamond, mounted in platinum, signed birks With report 2165078303 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is E colour, VS1 clarity CDn $70,000–100,000 us $63,000–90,000 343 A DiAmonD ring Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 3.19 carats, to shoulders accented by round diamond channels, mounted in 18k white gold With report 6147120805 dated 23 November 2011 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is G colour, VS1 clarity CDn $42,000–46,000 us $37,800–41,400 344 An Art DEco DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum brAcElEt, by HEnri lyon The broad strap composed of four large pierced rectangular panels embellished with floral and foliate motifs, between trios of bar connectors, and decorated throughout with round and old european-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum, signed H.

Lyon, 12 R. de la Paix, French assay mark, length 7 1/4 ins, circa 1920 CDn $48,000–50,000 us $43,200–45,000

1 3 6 345 347 345 A tsAVoritE gArnEt AnD DiAmonD PEnDAnt nEcklAcE Set with a cushion-shaped tsavorite garnet weighing approximately 8.15 carats, surrounded by round diamonds and topped by a diamond-set bail, suspending from a fine box linking necklet, mounted in platinum, length 17 ins CDn $8,000–9,000 us $7,200–8,100 346 A PAir of EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Of en negligée design, each suspending a large and a small heart-shaped cabochon emerald, from lines of round diamonds topped by trios of marquise-cut diamond leaves, the emeralds altogether weighing approximately 16.30 carats, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 2.45 carats, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $6,500–8,500 us $5,850–7,650 347 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD brAcElEt The fringe of four heart-shaped cabochon emeralds altogether weighing approximately 9.30 carats, joined to a curved row of round and marquise-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 8.00 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, length 7 1/4 ins CDn $11,000–14,000 us $9,900–12,600 346

1 3 7 348 A sEt of culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD JEWEls Including an oval linking necklace accented with two cultured pearls and decorated to the fore with round diamonds, length 16 1/4 ins; and a pair of ear pendants en suite, all in 18k white gold (2) CDn $11,000–14,000 us $9,900–12,600 349 A DiAmonD ring AnD bAnD Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 2.13 carats, between a pair of baguette-cut diamonds; accompanied by a fitted slightly tapering band accented by baguette-cut diamonds, each mounted in 14k white gold (2) CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 350 An EmErAlD AnD DiAmonD ring centering a squared emerald-cut emerald weighing approximately 3.05 carats, decorated above and below by round and baguette-cut diamonds in a geometric flared pattern and flanked by stepped baguette-cut diamonds and a pair of rectangular emeralds, mounted in platinum CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 348 350 349 348

1 3 8 351 353 352 351 A DiAmonD AnD WHitE golD nEcklAcE, by sAlVini Designed as a series of overlapping angled baton links pavé-set with round diamonds altogether weighing approximately 10.25 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, inner circumference 15 ins CDn $10,000–14,000 us $9,000–12,600 352 A DiAmonD ring centering a round diamond weighing approximately 2.95 carats, within a double tiered conforming surround, to a diamond-set band, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $10,000–15,000 us $9,000–13,500 353 A rHoDolitE gArnEt AnD DiAmonD ring, by bArry kiEsElstEin-corD centering an emerald-cut rhodolite garnet weighing approximately 4.15 carats, within a square frame of round diamonds, the broad shoulders decorated with highly sculpted blossoming flowers, mounted in matte 18k white gold, signed b.

Kieselstein cord CDn $3,200–3,800 us $2,880–3,420

1 3 9 354 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum DoublE-cliP broocH Designed as stylised floral sprays amid curled ribbon sashes, decorated throughout with round and baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 10.00 carats, mounted in platinum, circa 1950 CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 354 356 355 355 A ruby AnD DiAmonD ring, by birks Set with an emerald-cut ruby weighing approximately 4.75 carats, surrounded by round, old european-cut, pear-shaped and marquise-cut diamonds totalling approximately 1.95 carats, mounted in platinum, signed birks With report 14040198 dated 29 April 2014 from the Gubelin Gem Lab stating natural ruby, with no indications of heating CDn $8,000–12,000 us $7,200–10,800 356 A syntHEtic ruby, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum brAcElEt The wide articulated strap composed of rectangular openwork panels centered by rectangular synthetic rubies and decorated with round diamonds, to arched and stepped connections, mounted in platinum, length 6 3/4 ins CDn $5,000–7,000 us $4,500–6,300

1 4 0 357 358 357 A DiAmonD AnD Pink golD ‘flying b’ WristWAtcH, by brEitling for bEntlEy The large rectangular case entirely set with round diamonds, centering a matte dial with diamond numerals within a diamond border, accented by a mother-of-pearl plaque and textured details, subsidiary seconds, date aperture, automatic movement, joined to a diamond-set oblique linking bracelet with déployant clasp, in 18k pink gold, inner circumference 7 1/4 ins, with extra links to add 7/8 in, limited edition 22/50, with original box and certificate CDn $60,000–90,000 us $54,000–81,000 358 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with a round diamond weighing 3.04 carats, mounted in 18k gold With report 5161078298 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is F colour, internally flawless CDn $80,000–100,000 us $72,000–90,000

1 4 1 359 A lADy’s DiAmonD AnD golD ‘cADEnAs’ WristWAtcH, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls The padlock case decorated with a row of round diamonds, the square engine-turned dial with baton numerals and a small diamond at twelve o’clock, quartz movement, joined to a highly articulated bracelet, the terminals with pavé-set diamond accents, mounted in 18k gold, signed Van cleef & arpels and numbered 150624, length 6 1/2 ins CDn $4,000–6,000 us $3,600–5,400 359

1 4 2 360 362 361 360 A PAir of corAl AnD golD florAl EAr cliPs The blossoming roses and buds amid textured 14k gold branches and leaves CDn $1,000–1,500 us $900–1,350 361 A corAl AnD golD florAl brAcElEt composed of carved coral rose blossoms and buds amid textured 14k gold branches and leaves, length 6 1/4 CDn $3,000–5,000 us $2,700–4,500 362 A corAl AnD golD florAl ring The blossoming rose and rosebuds amid textured 14k gold branches and leaves, size 7 CDn $1,000–1,500 us $900–1,350

1 4 3 363 A corAl AnD golD florAl nEcklAcE The elaborate design composed of a profusion of carved coral roses and rosebuds amid sinuous branches and leaves in textured 14k gold, length 17 ins CDn $10,000–12,000 us $9,000–10,800 363

1 4 4 364 366 365 364 A PAir of culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD EAr cliPs Of lattice design, each centering a princess-cut diamond amid round diamond channels and a graduated pair of cultured pearls, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $2,500–3,500 us $2,250–3,150 365 A nAturAl PEArl, DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum broocH The flowerhead featuring a natural button pearl measuring 14.74 mm by 14.45 mm by 11.16 mm, amid openwork curled petals set with round diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 2145890470 dated 14 August 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearl, saltwater origin CDn $55,000–65,000 us $49,500–58,500 366 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum brAcElEt The crossover design with curved rows of round, old mine, old european and baguette-cut diamonds altogether weighing approximately 13.50 carats, mounted in platinum, length 6 1/4 ins CDn $9,500–12,000 us $8,550–10,800

1 4 5 367 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The double strand composed of sixty-seven cultured pearls measuring from 15.2 mm to 12.1 mm, and joined to a diamond and 14k white gold floral clasp, length 18 ins CDn $20,000–24,000 us $18,000–21,600 368 A culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD ring The bombé form set with a cluster of cultured pearls accented by round diamonds, to the trifurcated shank, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $1,400–1,600 us $1,260–1,440 367 369 368 369 A DiAmonD ring AnD bAnD Set with a square radiant-cut diamond weighing 1.03 carat, amid a diamond-set frame, to a slender band; accompanied by a diamond-set band, mounted in 19k white gold (2) CDn $2,800–3,400 us $2,520–3,060

1 4 6 370 372 371 370 A PAir of JADEitE EAr PEnDAnts Suspending a pair of jadeite drops measuring approximately 15.0 mm by 6.7 mm, from round jadeite surmounts measuring approximately 6.8 mm, mounted in 14k gold CDn $600–900 us $540–810 371 A JADEitE AnD golD broocH The openwork jadeite plaque carved as an elongated coiling dragon, mounted in 10k gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 372 A JADEitE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval jadeite cabochon measuring approximately 13.5 mm by 10.2 mm by 4.8 mm, surrounded by a scalloped frame of round diamonds totalling approximately 1.00 carat, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $1,200–1,500 us $1,080–1,350

1 4 7 373 A JADEitE AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand comprising eighty-five jadeite beads graduated from 10.0 mm to 4.7 mm, joined to an 18k white gold navette-shaped clasp set with old-cut diamonds, French assay mark, length 28 1/2 ins CDn $8,000–12,000 us $7,200–10,800 373

1 4 8 374 375 374 A ‘PADPArADscHA’ sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring Set with an oval pink orange sapphire weighing 4.59 carats, between a pair of round diamonds, mounted in platinum With report 2155163250 dated 14 January 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural Padparadscha sapphire of Madagascar origin, indications of heating.

CDn $16,000–20,000 us $14,400–18,000 375 A DiAmonD ring, by cArtiEr Set with an emerald-cut diamond weighing 4.70 carats, flanked on either side by a tapering baguette-cut diamond, mounted in platinum, signed cartier and numbered 883097, with original box and certificate With report 11336694 dated 26 October 2000 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is D colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $120,000–150,000 us $108,000–135,000

1 5 0 378 377 376 A PAir of DiAmonD EAr stuDs Set with two old european-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 2.75 carats, mounted in 14k white gold CDn $9,500–10,000 us $8,550–9,000 377 A rEtro sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD DoublE- cliP broocH, by VAn clEEf & ArPEls Designed as curving ribbons decorated with pavé-set old european-cut diamonds and channel-set sapphire trims, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, signed Van cleef & arpels, n.y. and numbered 23355, circa 1940 CDn $6,000–8,000 us $5,400–7,200 378 A sAPPHirE AnD PlAtinum linE brAcElEt, by cArtiEr Designed as a line of rectangular sapphires, mounted in platinum, length 7 1/4 ins, signed cartier CDn $15,000–18,000 us $13,500–16,200 376

1 5 1 379 A multi-colourED culturED PEArl AnD DiAmonD nEcklAcE The single strand comprising twenty-seven cultured pearls graduated from 17.7 mm to 15.1 mm, in shades of grey, golden and white, joined to a pavé-set diamond and 18k white gold ball clasp, length 18 1/2 ins CDn $32,000–38,000 us $28,800–34,200 380 A nAturAl PEArl, sAPPHirE AnD DiAmonD ring centering a natural button pearl measuring 11.9 mm by 11.5 mm by 9.25 mm, within a sapphire and diamond cushion-shaped surround, mounted in platinum and 18k gold With report 16770369 dated 5 May 2008 from the Gemological Institute of America stating natural pearl, freshwater origin CDn $5,000–6,000 us $4,500–5,400 379 380

1 5 2 381 383 382 381 A PAir of colourED DiAmonD EAr PEnDAnts Suspending a pair of cushion-shaped fancy brownish yellow diamonds weighing 3.34 carats and 3.69 carats, and accented by small round diamonds, mounted in 18k white gold With report 1152333792 dated 3 August 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy brownish yellow, natural colour, VS2 clarity With report 2155333781 dated 5 April 2013 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy brownish yellow, natural colour, VVS2 clarity CDn $42,000–46,000 us $37,800–41,400 382 A colourED DiAmonD ring centering a radiant-cut yellow diamond weighing approximately 0.60 carat, to a diamond-set frame and shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold CDn $3,000–4,000 us $2,700–3,600 383 A colourED DiAmonD ring Set with a cushion-shaped light to fancy light yellow diamond weighing 2.01 carats, to a slender 18k white gold band accented by round diamonds With report 2145672530 dated 14 May 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is light to fancy light yellow, natural colour CDn $8,500–9,500 us $7,650–8,550

1 5 3 384 A colourED DiAmonD nEcklAcE The stylised jabot scarf motif designed with an overlapping ribbon tie set throughout with cushion-shaped, pear-shaped and oval yellow diamonds, and round diamond trims, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 50.00 carats, mounted in 18k white and yellow gold, length 16 ins CDn $55,000–65,000 us $49,500–58,500 384

1 5 4 385 387 386 385 A PAir of DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum EAr cliPs, by cArtiEr The concentric rows and swirls set with old mine and old european-cut diamonds, further accented by small square diamonds, the diamonds altogether weighing approximately 16.00 carats, mounted in platinum, signed cartier, London CDn $15,000–18,000 us $13,500–16,200 386 A DiAmonD AnD PlAtinum lEAf broocH Fashioned as a leaf with a cluster of pear-shaped, round and marquise-cut diamonds amid curved rows of round and baguette-cut diamonds, the diamonds totalling approximately 19.40 carats, mounted in platinum CDn $24,000–28,000 us $21,600–25,200 387 A DiAmonD solitAirE ring Set with a round diamond weighing 6.05 carats, mounted in 18k white gold, circa 1960 With report 5161078295 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is J colour, VVS2 clarity; and a working diagram indicating that the clarity of the diamond is potentially Internally Flawless CDn $75,000–100,000 us $67,500–90,000

1 5 5 388 A DiAmonD solitAirE PEnDAnt Suspending a pear-shaped diamond weighing 9.38 carats, mounted in 18k white gold; together with a 14k white gold trace linking chain, length 14 1/2 ins, not illustrated With report 2165078302 dated 22 April 2014 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is F colour, VS1 clarity CDn $200,000–250,000 us $180,000–225,000 388

1 5 6 389 culTured Pearl, diamond and 14k gold necklace CDn $800–1,200 397 396 anTique emerald, diamond, 18k WhiTe gold and PlaTinum ring, circa 1915 CDn $500–700 391 18k gold PendanT/Brooch, chanel CDn $600–800 393 395 390 392 394 arT deco saPPhire, diamond and PlaTinum Bar Brooch, circa 1920 CDn $500–600 culTured Pearl, yelloW saPPhire, diamond and 14k gold Bangle BraceleT CDn $1,200–1,500 401 diamond and 14k gold ear sTuds CDn $900–1,200 400 diamond soliTaire and PlaTinum ring, carTier CDn $850–950 399 anTique diamond and 14k gold laPel WaTch CDn $800–1,200 398 TWo 18k gold rings, By PomellaTo and gucci CDn $700–800 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca arT deco Turquoise, diamond and PlaTinum ring, circa 1930 CDn $700–900 eighT sTerling silver JeWels, georg Jensen CDn $1,500–2,400 18k gold horseshoe nail earrings, gucci CDn $400–600 georgian PorTraiT miniaTure and 9k gold rings (2), circa 1830 CDn $600–1,000

18k gold 'horseBiT' charm BraceleT, gucci CDn $3,000–4,000 406 unmounTed 7.17-caraT oval TanzaniTe CDn $2,000–2,600 410 TsavoriTe garneT, diamond and 18k gold PendanT necklace CDn $1,500–1,800 409 Pink saPPhire, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,000–1,400 403 sTainless sTeel WrisTWaTch, sWiss army CDn $200–300 408 lady's diamond and PlaTinum WrisTWaTch CDn $1,000–1,200 402 Baroque culTured Pearl, ruBy and silver necklace CDn $1,400–1,600 407 TWo 18k gold PendanTs, chanel CDn $1,000–1,200 405 404 emerald, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $900–1,200 414 aquamarine, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold PendanT CDn $2,500–2,600 413 culTured Pearl, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $2,400–3,000 412 anTique diamond, silver and 14k gold Brooch, circa 1875 CDn $2,000–2,500 411 1 5 7 arT deco diamond, 18k WhiTe gold and PlaTinum BraceleT CDn $1,200–1,500

1 5 8 415 TWo gold Brooches CDn $700–900 423 422 genTleman's sTainless sTeel 'carrera TWin- Time auTomaTic' WrisTWaTch, Tag heuer CDn $400–600 417 lady's sTainless sTeel 'PanThère' WrisTWaTch, carTier CDn $500–800 419 421 416 418 420 18k WhiTe gold dome ring, Bulgari CDn $400–500 diamond soliTaire and Tricoloured 18k gold ring, carTier CDn $850–950 427 enamel, diamond, sPliT-Pearl and 18k gold lockeT PendanT, faBergé, germany CDn $800–1,000 426 lady's sTainless sTeel and gold 'oysTer PerPeTual daTe' WrisTWaTch, rolex CDn $800–1,200 425 14k gold necklace CDn $800–1,200 424 coral, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold necklace CDn $700–900 genTleman's sTainless sTeel 'oysTer PerPeTual' WrisTWaTch, rolex, circa 1956 CDn $600–800 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca 18k gold chain necklace, links of london, circa 2003 CDn $700–900 enamel, diamond, 14k Pink and yelloW gold serPenT Bangle BraceleT CDn $1,000–1,500 18k WhiTe gold ring, hermès CDn $350–450

diamond and 18k WhiTe gold necklace CDn $3,400–4,000 432 436 435 culTured Pearl, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ear cliPs CDn $1,000–1,500 429 434 TWo-Tone 18k gold 'B.zero1' ring, Bulgari CDn $300–400 428 433 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold BuTTerfly ring CDn $1,100–1,300 431 430 anTique 18k gold PockeT WaTch, John BenneTT, circa 1886 CDn $1,200–1,500 440 unmounTed 5.66-caraT oval TanzaniTe CDn $1,800–2,400 439 diamond and 18k gold necklace, chaumeT CDn $1,500–1,800 438 seven unmounTed Bi-coloured saPPhires CDn $1,500–2,000 437 1 5 9 diamond soliTaire and PlaTinum 'lucida' ring, Tiffany & co. CDn $1,200–1,400 18k gold hearT PendanT necklace, BuccellaTi CDn $1,300–1,500 unmounTed 4.92-caraT emerald CDn $1,500–2,000 arT nouveau Pearl, diamond and 18k gold Brooch/PendanT, circa 1905 CDn $1,200–1,500 diamond and PlaTinum Brooch/PendanT, circa 1920 CDn $1,500–1,800

1 6 0 441 449 448 anTique Pearl and 10k gold crescenT Brooch, circa 1910 CDn $500–700 443 culTured Pearl, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold Brooch CDn $600–800 445 447 442 444 446 enamel and 18k gold PendanT, PomellaTo CDn $500–600 lady's diamond and 18k WhiTe gold WrisTWaTch, universal geneve, circa 1970 CDn $1,000–1,500 453 sTainless sTeel ‘PonTos recTangulaire PoWer reserve' WrisTWaTch, maurice lacroix CDn $1,000–1,400 452 ruBy, diamond and TWo-Tone 18k gold floWer Brooch CDn $1,000–1,200 451 garneT and 18k gold ring CDn $900–1,000 450 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold dragonfly Brooch CDn $800–1,000 TWo JadeiTe JeWels CDn $700–900 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca 18k gold 'feaThers' necklace and ear PendanTs (2), Tiffany & co.

CDn $700–1,200 diamond, ruBy and 18k WhiTe gold charm BraceleT CDn $1,300–1,500 anTique Pearl and 14k gold Brooch, circa 1870 CDn $400–600 enamel, diamond and 18k gold ear cliPs CDn $800–900

diamond and 18k gold necklace CDn $2,000–3,000 458 462 genTleman's 18k gold WrisTWaTch, omega, circa 1960's CDn $2,000–3,000 461 culTured Pearl and 14k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $1,100–1,300 455 coloured diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $2,000–2,600 460 TanzaniTe, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,000–1,500 454 five 18k gold rings, carTier CDn $1,600–1,800 459 aquamarine and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,200–1,500 457 456 Turquoise, diamond and 18k gold PendanT/Brooch CDn $4,000–5,000 466 diamond and 18k gold PendanT CDn $4,000–5,000 465 coloured diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear PendanTs CDn $3,000–4,000 464 diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $2,400–3,000 463 1 6 1 diamond and 18k gold PendanT WaTch, cicra 1930 CDn $300–500 ameThysT, Turquoise and 14k gold ring CDn $1,500–2,000

1 6 2 467 475 474 rock crysTal, diamond and 18k Blackened gold ear PendanTs CDn $400–500 469 diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $500–700 471 473 468 470 472 JadeiTe and 14k gold Brooch CDn $500–700 oPal, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $800–1,200 479 sTar ruBy, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $800–1,200 478 culTured Pearl and 18k gold Brooch, karl sTiTTgen CDn $800–1,200 477 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring, carTier CDn $700–800 476 emerald, Turquoise, diamond and 14k gold ear cliPs CDn $600–800 lady's diamond and 18k WhiTe gold WrisTWaTch, girard Perregaux CDn $600–800 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca JadeiTe and 14k gold saddle ring CDn $600–900 culTured Pearl, ciTrine, diamond and 18k gold necklace CDn $800–1,200 culTured Pearl, diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $400–600 enamel and 18k gold ear PendanTs, chimenTo CDn $600–800

18k gold necklace, carTier CDn $2,200–2,400 484 emerald, diamond and 18k gold ear sTuds CDn $2,000–2,500 488 487 lemon ciTrine, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold 'horseBiT' ring, gucci CDn $800–1,200 481 saPPhire, diamond and 10k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,200–1,600 486 anTique diamond, silver and 18k gold shirT sTuds (2), circa 1900 CDn $300–500 480 485 diamond and PlaTinum cross PendanT WiTh silver chain CDn $1,000–1,500 483 482 diamond, ruBy and WhiTe gold ring CDn $3,200–3,600 492 unmounTed 9.29-caraT oval TanzaniTe CDn $2,600–3,400 491 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold eTerniTy TriPle ring CDn $1,200–1,500 490 saPPhire, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $2,000–2,500 489 1 6 3 diamond and PlaTinum Bar Brooch CDn $1,000–1,500 aquamarine, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,200–1,800 emerald and Tricoloured 18k gold BraceleT WaTch CDn $2,000–3,000

1 6 4 493 Baroque culTured Pearl and 14k gold necklace CDn $700–900 501 500 18k gold WrisTWaTch, Juvenia CDn $400–600 495 lady's 9k gold WrisTWaTch, omega CDn $400–600 497 499 494 496 498 seT of Pink Tourmaline, diamond and 14k gold JeWels (2) CDn $400–600 anTique saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold Brooch, circa 1860 CDn $800–1,200 505 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold Brooch CDn $800–1,200 504 diamond and TWo-Tone 18k gold ear PendanTs CDn $300–500 503 TWo diamond and WhiTe gold rings CDn $700–900 502 lady's diamond and 14k gold WrisTWaTch, concord CDn $600–800 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $500–700 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca diamond, enamel and gold Bangle BraceleT and PendanT (2) CDn $500–700 seT of coral and 15k gold JeWels (4) CDn $800–1,000 culTured Pearl, diamond and 14k gold ear sTuds CDn $400–600

diamond, gold coin and gold necklace CDn $1,500–1,800 510 18k gold snake Bangle BraceleT CDn $2,000–3,000 514 TWo coral and 18k gold JeWels CDn $1,200–1,500 513 anTique aquamarine, diamond, silver and 18k gold Brooch, circa 1900 CDn $1,000–1,200 507 emerald and 18k gold ring CDn $1,500–2,500 512 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold PendanT necklace CDn $1,000–1,200 506 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k Pink gold ear sTuds CDn $1,300–1,500 511 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold line BraceleT CDn $1,000–1,200 509 508 diamond and 18k gold BraceleT CDn $3,400–3,800 518 diamond soliTaire and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $2,800–3,200 517 enamel, saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold lockeT and chain (2), faBergé, germany CDn $2,800–3,000 516 ruBy, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $2,200–2,800 515 1 6 5 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold BraceleT CDn $1,100–1,300

1 6 6 519 527 526 five gem-seT and gold Pins CDn $600–800 521 ruBy, emerald and 18k gold caT Brooch, circa 1960 CDn $600–900 523 525 520 522 524 lavender JadeiTe, diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $600–800 diamond, hemaTiTe, Black onyx and PlaTinum BraceleT CDn $1,000–1,200 531 emerald, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,000–1,800 530 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k gold necklace CDn $1,000–1,500 529 mulTi-gem and 18k gold BraceleT CDn $1,000–1,500 528 gold PlaTed WrisTWaTch, hermès CDn $300–400 four 18k gold rings, carTier and Tiffany & co. CDn $800–1,200 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca laPis lazuli, diamond and gold ring and necklace (2) CDn $900–1,200 genTleman's sTainless sTeel chronograPh WrisTWaTch, mauBoussin CDn $900–1,200 aquamarine and 18k gold PendanT CDn $400–500 anTique garneT, diamond, silver and gold Brooch, circa 1890 CDn $900–1,100

five culTured Pearl and 14k gold Bangle BraceleTs CDn $3,500–4,500 536 540 539 18k gold PockeT WaTch, Tiffany & co. CDn $1,000–1,200 533 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold crescenT Brooch CDn $1,500–2,200 538 diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,000–1,200 532 aquamarine and 14k WhiTe gold PendanT CDn $1,500–1,800 537 22k gold Bangle BraceleT CDn $1,100–1,400 535 534 diamond and 14k gold ring and Band (2) CDn $5,000–6,000 544 ameThysT, coral, TsavoriTe and PlaTinum BeeTle Brooch CDn $1,400–1,600 543 diamond and 18k gold necklace and ear PendanTs (2), chimenTo CDn $3,000–4,000 542 saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $2,500–3,000 541 1 6 7 aquamarine and 14k gold ring CDn $1,300–1,500 orangish BroWnish PurPle saPPhire, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,800–2,200 lady's diamond, oPal and 18k WhiTe gold WrisTWaTch, choPard, reTailed By kuTchinsky CDn $1,800–2,400

1 6 8 545 lady's 18k gold 'Tank' WrisTWaTch, carTier CDn $800–1,200 553 552 malachiTe and 14k gold cufflinks and Tie-Tac (2) CDn $300–500 547 genTleman's 18k gold WrisTWaTch, zeniTh CDn $600–800 549 551 546 548 550 crysTal oPal and 14k gold ring CDn $400–600 diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,100–1,500 557 lady's diamond, PlaTinum and WhiTe gold WrisTWaTch CDn $1,000–1,400 556 emerald, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,000–1,500 555 diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $800–1,200 554 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring, circa 1920 CDn $700–900 Turquoise, diamond and 18k gold ear cliPs CDn $700–900 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca diamond and 14k WhiTe gold PendanT and ring (2) CDn $700–1,000 anTique Pearl and 15k gold PendanT/Brooch necklace, circa 1900 CDn $1,600–2,000 TWo shell cameo and gold Brooch/PendanTs, circa 1960 CDn $300–500

anTique diamond, enamel and 14k gold PendanT circa 1870 CDn $2,000–3,000 562 chrysoBeryl caT's eye and 14k gold ring, Birks CDn $2,500–3,500 566 565 ruBy, diamond and 18k gold ear cliPs CDn $1,200–1,400 559 564 ruBy, diamond and 10k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $1,200–1,500 558 emerald, diamond and 18k WhiTe and yelloW gold necklace CDn $2,000–3,000 563 TWo gem-seT and 18k gold PendanT necklaces CDn $1,300–1,700 561 560 coloured diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $3,200–4,000 570 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $3,000–4,000 569 emerald, diamond and gold PendanT necklace CDn $2,500–3,500 568 diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $2,500–3,000 567 1 6 9 diamond and 18k gold BelT and Buckle ring CDn $200–300 diamond and 18k gold hearT ear cliPs CDn $2,400–3,000 culTured Pearl, diamond, PlaTinum and 18k WhiTe gold necklace CDn $1,800–2,200

1 7 0 571 579 578 Turquoise, diamond and 14k gold nauTical Brooch CDn $600–900 573 oPal TriPleT and 18k gold cufflinks, delrue CDn $700–900 575 577 572 574 576 onyx, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $600–700 sTerling silver meisTersTück BallPoinT Pen WiTh original Box, monTBlanc CDn $1,000–1,200 583 Three large smoky quarTz and 14k gold PendanTs CDn $1,000–1,200 582 culTured Pearl, diamond and WhiTe gold Brooch and ear cliPs (2) CDn $500–700 581 saPPhire, PeridoT, diamond and 18k gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,000–1,200 580 Three gem-seT and gold JeWels CDn $800–1,200 14k gold WrisTWaTch, Birks CDn $800–1,200 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $800–1,200 TWo JadeiTe Bead necklaces CDn $1,000–2,000 diamond, PlaTinum and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $600–900 Jules verne BallPoinT Pen WiTh original Box, monTBlanc CDn $850–1,000

diamond and PlaTinum 'sWing' BraceleT, Tiffany & co. CDn $1,000–1,200 588 JadeiTe Bangle BraceleT CDn $2,000–3,000 592 591 TWo gem-seT and gold Brooches CDn $1,100–1,500 585 590 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold Brooch CDn $1,300–1,700 584 589 charles dickens Pen seT WiTh original Box (3), monTBlanc CDn $1,200–1,600 587 586 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold BraceleT CDn $4,000–5,000 596 diamond and 10k WhiTe gold PendanT/Brooch CDn $2,500–3,000 595 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $2,500–3,500 594 coral, diamond and Tricoloured 14k gold Brooch CDn $2,000–2,500 593 1 7 1 diamond and 18k gold earrings CDn $1,200–1,500 ciTrine, diamond and TWo-Tone 18k gold ring CDn $1,400–1,800 saPPhire, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,500–1,600 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold JeWels (3), Birks CDn $1,800–2,200

1 7 2 597 enamel and 18k gold hummingBird Brooch CDn $800–1,200 605 604 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold 'horseBiT' ring, gucci CDn $400–600 599 JadeiTe and 14k gold hearT PendanT CDn $600–800 601 603 598 600 602 diamond and PlaTinum 'day and nighT' ear PendanTs CDn $500–700 TWo-Tone 18k gold BraceleT CDn $1,300–1,500 609 naTural Pearl and 14k gold necklace CDn $1,000–1,500 608 emerald, diamond and 14k gold PanTher ring CDn $1,000–1,400 607 sTainless sTeel WrisTWaTch, movado CDn $300–500 606 Pink saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold earrings CDn $700–900 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold Brooch CDn $700–1,000 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca 18k gold PendanT necklace, By Tiffany & co., and 14k gold ring (2) CDn $700–900 diamond and 14k gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,000–1,500 diamond and 18k gold ring, Brinkhaus CDn $400–600

diamond and 18k WhiTe gold hooP earrings CDn $1,000–1,500 614 ameThysT, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,600–2,000 618 enamel, synTheTic emerald, diamond and 18k gold ear cliPs CDn $1,600–1,800 617 18k gold hearT and croWn ear cliPs CDn $1,100–1,300 611 616 ciTrine, diamond and 18k gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,000–1,500 610 615 coral, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,200–1,800 613 612 diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $3,200–3,600 622 TWin-sTone diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $2,500–3,000 621 aquamarine, saPPhire and 10k WhiTe gold ear PendanTs CDn $2,000–2,500 620 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold Brooch CDn $2,000–3,000 619 1 7 3 reTro ruBy, diamond, PlaTinum and 14k gold ear cliPs, circa 1945 CDn $1,200–1,500 aquamarine, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,500–1,800 JadeiTe and 10k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,500–2,000

1 7 4 623 saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold dragonfly Pin CDn $700–900 631 630 diamond and 10k WhiTe gold ring CDn $400–600 625 gem-seT and 18k TWo- Tone gold floral Brooch, cavelTi CDn $600–800 627 629 624 626 628 TanzaniTe, oPal, diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $500–700 saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,000–1,500 635 diamond and PlaTinum lorgneTTe WiTh 14k WhiTe gold chain (2) CDn $1,000–1,400 634 saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold BuTTerfly PendanT/Brooch CDn $800–900 633 enamel and 18k gold PockeT WaTch, inTernaTional WaTch co., circa 1925 CDn $800–1,200 632 onyx, diamond and 14k gold ear cliPs CDn $700–900 Three unmounTed hessoniTe garneTs CDn $300–400 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca faience and 14k TWo-Tone gold 'scaraB' ring CDn $700–900 TWo JadeiTe JeWels (2) CDn $600–900 unmounTed 1.04-caraT ruBy CDn $400–600

ruBy, diamond and 14k gold necklace and earrings (2) CDn $2,000–3,000 640 four gem-seT and gold JeWels CDn $1,800–2,200 644 643 'haPPy diamonds' and 18k WhiTe gold necklace, choPard CDn $1,000–1,400 637 14k gold necklace, hans hansen CDn $1,400–1,600 642 reTro emerald, ameThysT and 14k Pink gold BoW Brooch, circa 1940 CDn $1,000–1,500 636 641 TWo hand PainTed PorTraiT miniaTures and 18k gold Brooches CDn $1,000–1,600 639 638 TanzaniTe, coloured diamond, PlaTinum and 18k gold necklace, forTunes CDn $4,000–6,000 648 diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $3,600–4,600 647 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $2,500–3,000 646 gold coin, diamond and 14k gold necklace CDn $1,200–1,500 645 1 7 5 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,200–1,500 ruBy and 18k gold necklace CDn $1,400–1,800 culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,400–1,600

1 7 6 649 18k gold WrisTWaTch, audemars PigueT CDn $600–800 657 656 18k WhiTe gold chain link ring, di modolo CDn $400–600 651 culTured Pearl, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $500–800 653 655 650 652 654 ciTrine and 18k gold ring CDn $400–600 emerald, diamond and 18k gold earrings CDn $1,000–1,500 661 conch Pearl, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,000–1,200 660 ruBelliTe Tourmaline, diamond and WhiTe gold necklace CDn $800–1,200 659 saPPhire, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $700–900 658 ammoliTe, diamond and 14k gold ring CDn $500–700 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $500–800 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca culTured Pearl, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear cliPs CDn $500–700 Three gem-seT and 14k gold rings CDn $1,200–1,800 aquamarine and 14k WhiTe gold ring CDn $300–500

anTique diamond and silver BraceleT, circa 1900 CDn $2,000–3,000 666 diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,500–1,800 670 coloured diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $1,500–2,000 669 JadeiTe and 14k gold PendanT and ear cliPs (2) CDn $1,000–1,200 663 diamond soliTaire and 14k gold PendanT necklace CDn $1,500–1,800 668 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold PendanT CDn $1,000–1,200 662 667 ruBy, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,200–1,500 665 664 oPal, diamond and 18k gold Bangle BraceleT CDn $2,500–3,500 674 18k gold WraPPed hearT ear cliPs CDn $1,300–1,500 673 Turquoise, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold BraceleT CDn $2,000–3,000 672 diamond and 18k gold BraceleT CDn $1,600–1,800 671 1 7 7 JadeiTe, diamond and 10k WhiTe gold earrings CDn $300–500 TWo gem-seT and 14k gold Bangle BraceleTs CDn $1,400–1,800

1 7 8 675 saPPhire, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold BraceleT CDn $800–1,200 683 682 ameThysT and 18k gold ring CDn $400–500 677 emerald, diamond, PlaTinum and 14k WhiTe gold cufflinks CDn $650–700 679 681 676 678 680 culTured Pearl, diamond and 10k WhiTe gold ear sTuds CDn $600–800 diamond and PlaTinum Brooch CDn $1,000–1,500 687 ruBy, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $850–1,000 686 diamond soliTaire and 14k gold ring CDn $800–1,200 685 diamond and 14k gold necklace CDn $800–1,000 684 ruBy, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold necklace CDn $800–1,200 emerald, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $800–1,200 cOnDITIOn RePORTS aVaILabLe aT DuPuIS.ca diamond and 14k WhiTe gold longchain necklace CDn $800–1,000 collecTion of ThirTy-one unmounTed oPals CDn $2,000–4,000 lady's diamond and 14k WhiTe gold WrisTWaTch, Birks CDn $400–600

diamond and PlaTinum necklace CDn $2,800–3,200 703 sTar saPPhire, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $2,500–3,500 702 ruBy, diamond and 14k WhiTe gold BraceleT CDn $2,400–3,000 701 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold line BraceleT CDn $2,000–3,000 700 diamond and 10k WhiTe gold ring CDn $300–500 699 698 697 diamond and 18k gold Bangle BraceleT CDn $1,800–2,400 semi-Black crysTal oPal, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring CDn $1,200–1,500 diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,000–1,500 691 diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,200–1,500 695 690 694 saPPhire, diamond and WhiTe gold PendanT necklace CDn $1,200–1,500 diamond and 14k WhiTe gold ear PendanTs CDn $1,000–1,200 maBe Pearl, diamond and 18k gold ring CDn $1,000–1,500 689 diamond and 14k gold ear sTuds CDn $1,800–2,200 diamond and 14k gold PendanT CDn $1,000–1,500 688 696 PyroPe garneT, diamond and PlaTinum ring CDn $1,000–1,200 693 692 1 7 9 JadeiTe, diamond and 18k WhiTe gold ring, cavelTi CDn $1,000–1,500

1 8 0 index of makers aletto bros. 299 audemars Piguet 657 barry Kieselstein-cord 353 baume & Mercier 189 birks 130, 138, 199, 213, 221, 278, 342, 355, 566, 576, 591, 676 breitling for bentley 357 brinkhaus 598 buccellati 46, 434 bulgari 6, 16, 418, 428 carrera y carrera 21, 80 cartier 8, 35, 81, 86, 160, 174, 175, 191, 193, 273, 289, 375, 378, 385, 399, 419, 427, 459, 476, 484, 524, 553 cavelti 250, 627, 693 chanel 124, 192, 239, 393, 404 chaumet 12, 167, 291, 438 chimento 475, 452 chopard 1, 125, 126, 128, 206, 244, 540, 637 concord 500 cropp & Farr 220 David Webb 7, 68, 139 David yurman 15 Delrue 575 Demner 161 Dreicer & co.

269 elizabeth Gage 82 Fabergé, Germany 426, 516 Fortunes 648 Fred 11, 19, 96 Georg Jensen 389 Girard Perregaux 472 Gucci 14, 390, 406, 481, 599 Hans Hansen 642 Harry Winston 2, 3 Henri Lyon 344 Hermès 129, 416, 526 Hublot 190 International Watch co. 632 John bennett 440 Juvenia 495 Karl Stittgen 477 Kutchinsky 95, 540 Longines 111 Lucas 9 Marina b. 67 Mark Lash 308 Mauboussin 519 Maurice Lacroix 452 Montblanc 579, 583, 586 Mouawad 152 Movado 606 Omega 461, 497 Patek Philippe 84, 85 Pomellato 34, 444 Raymond yard 20 Rolex 83, 87, 88, 127, 420, 425 Salvini 351 Seaman Schepps 136 Tag Heuer 417 Theo Fennell 280, 281 Tiffany & co.

4, 5, 13, 18, 23, 31, 102, 150, 164, 287, 431, 447, 533, 588 Tudor 194 universal Geneve 453 Vahe naltchayan 70 Van cleef & arpels 10, 17, 36, 132, 359, 377 Verdura 22 Zenith 549

1 8 1 index of colourless diamonds cOLOuR cLaRITy cuT caRaT LOT D VVS2 emerald-cut 4.70 375 D VS1 cushion-shaped 1.00 224 D VS1 cushion-shaped 1.01 224 D VS1 emerald-cut 1.10 305 e VS1 emerald-cut 5.95 342 e VS1 round 4.65 313 F IF round 3.04 358 F VS1 pear-shaped 9.38 388 F VVS2 round 1.00 202 G VVS2 round 3.01 285 G VS1 emerald-cut 3.19 343 H VVS1 radiant-cut 1.73 38 I VVS2 round 9.93 311 I VS2 old european-cut 1.52 312 J VVS2 round 6.05 387 cOLOuR cLaRITy cuT caRaT LOT fancy light to fancy yellow - cushion-shaped 3.02 43 fancy intense pink SI1 cushion-shaped 0.71 184 fancy brownish pink - cushion-shaped 2.09 224 fancy light gray-blue - pear-shaped 0.33 298 fancy orangy pink VVS2 radiant-cut 0.68 309 fancy vivid yellow VS1 oval 0.36 336 fancy vivid yellow VS1 oval 0.34 336 fancy brownish yellow VS2 cushion-shaped 3.34 381 fancy brownish yellow VVS2 cushion-shaped 3.69 381 light to fancy light yellow - cushion-shaped 2.01 383 index of coloured diamonds

1 8 2 BiograPhies aLDO cIPuLLO The designer of some of the most iconic jewels of the 20th century, aldo cipullo created a number of cartier’s most enduring styles. The Love bracelet, symbolic in that it requires some work to put on, and similarly, some effort to get out of, endures as one of cipullo’s master- strokes. The recently revitalized “clou” nail- form jewels are striking and amusing while con- tinuing to bring an edginess to the jewellery box. cipullo’s association with cartier remains an important time of innovation, bringing together striking ideas and forms in gold and gem mate- rials.

aLeTTO bROS Famous for the creation of fine jewellery and the use of exceptional gems, aletto brothers can trace their roots back to the turn of the 19th century, when current director, alfredo aletto’s great grandfather was commissioned to create a special jewel to commemorate the opening of the eiffel Tower. a family business, multiple generations embrace the opportunities that a smaller world offers, internationally seek- ing interesting and exceptional gems to incorpo- rate into beautifully crafted jewels. auDeMaRS PIGueT In 1875 Jules Louis audemars, with edward auguste Piguet, joined together to combine their skills and knowledge to produce precise and complex timepieces.

audemars Piguet remains in the hands of the founding families. This has led to brave innova- tion and many timekeeping firsts, including the first minute repeater wristwatch, the first skele- tonized pocket watch, the first self winding grand complication watch, and the first watch featuring a carbon case and movement. bauMe & MeRcIeR established since 1830, baume & Mercier has produced refined complications and innovations that have been incorporated into highly respected timepieces ever since. Through the decades, baume & Mercier's great success with the watch-buying public has relied on the company remaining current with new styles and designs while it continues to make its mark on watch- making techniques.

bIRKS canada's premier jewellery retailer was found- ed in 1879, in Montreal, canada, by Henry birks. birks quickly became the prime destination for discerning jewellery connoisseurs. The 20th century saw prominent jewellers ellis brothers and Ryrie incorporated with the birks name. by the late twentieth century, canadian diamonds had become a central part of the birks engage- ment ring business. birks continues to be a leader in the canadian jewellery industry, and the name Maison birks was unveiled in 2013. bucceLLaTI Started in Milan in 1919, by Mario buccellati, the house is known for intricate detail and unique textures and finishes in their jewels.

The House of buccellati has long been recognized as having an important place in the pantheon of jewellers. buccellati has produced jewels for many royal houses and film stars. as the house expanded, shops were opened in Rome, Florence and new york. after Mario died in 1965, sons Gianmaria & Luca set out to expand the house on an international scale, with shops in Hong Kong, Japan, Monte carlo, Paris, Sardinia, Venice, capri, elba and beverly Hills, providing closer access to devoted clients.

buccellati continues today to produce their jew- els in small workshops with artisans of many generations association with the House. bReITLInG FOR benTLey breitling, established in 1884, quickly became associated with sports due to its accurate timing and the innovative separate buttons for timer start and reset. With the advent of aviation, breitling naturally became the wristwatch of choice for pilots. The luxury association between the car driving experience of a bentley and the notable quality of a breitling is a natural step for both brands.

buLGaRI Descending from an ancient family of Greek sil- versmiths, Sotirio bulgari founded the company in 1881, manufacturing precious silver objects.

During the late 19th century, Sotirio moved to Italy and in 1884 opened his first shop in Rome. In 1905, with the help of his sons costantino and Giorgio, he inaugurated the shop in Via condotti, which remains bulgari’s flagship store. In the early 20th century the two brothers developed a deep interest and expertise in pre- cious stones, jewels and watches. The period immediately after the Second World War marked an important turning point in the histo- ry of bulgari. Giorgio and costantino decided to create a unique style inspired by Greco-Roman classicism, the Italian Renaissance, and the 19th century Roman school.

by the 1950’s-60’s, the bold and innovative style of bulgari had gained success within the jet set and movie world, and they focused on jewels with precious gems. In 1977 bulgari launched the bVLGaRI watch, a worldwide success story. The watch compo- nent of bulgari has become a very important part of the business since then. caRReRa y caRReRa established in 1885, this Spanish house has kept its style current through innovation, introduction of new ideas, designs, and designers, and by embracing changing markets around the world. Figurative work, and naturalistic flowing forms are central elements of carrera y carrera designs, which are represented in the great houses of europe.

caRTIeR Louis-François cartier founded cartier, in Paris, in 1847. He had three grandsons, Louis, Pierre and Jacques, who were responsible for estab- lishing the famous world-wide empire. The next fifty years saw many milestones: Royal clientele from england, Siam (now Thailand), Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, and Monaco. cartier, in 1906, first introduced jewellery in the geometric style that was later to become known as art Deco. among the exceptional jewels and gems sold by cartier was the famous blue diamond “The Hope”, now in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian, in Washington.

cartier moved to their current location at 653 Fifth avenue, new york in 1917. The Morton F. Plant mansion was exchanged for a two strand natural oriental pearl necklace for Mrs. Plant, and $100 for Mr. Plant. The name cartier con- tinues to evoke the image of luxury like no other.

cHOPaRD In 1860, in the Swiss village of Sonvilier, Louis- ulysse chopard, a talented timepiece craftsman, established his workshop. His watches were quickly recognized for their quality, and were quickly in demand throughout europe. chopard has developed into a brand known for both its fine timepieces, and its joyful jewels, with styles such as Happy Diamonds, and watches that are as reliable as they are a pleas- ure to wear. caVeLTI The youngest son of a Swiss family, Toni cavelti served a long apprenticeship in the goldsmith's trade, developing a magical skill in jewellery design. at the age of 23, equipped with only $8,

1 8 3 the tools of his trade and a romantic vision of the canadian West, he arrived in Vancouver. There he made his fortune by creating fine jew- ellery for “society” women, including the Queen. In 1971 he was commissioned to make a neck- lace of b.c. gold and local jade to mark a royal visit. The modernist artistic movement under way in the Vancouver of the '50s and '60s brought cavelti’s work to its full flowering, and helped to establish his national and international reputa- tion.

cHaneL In 1910, Gabrielle chanel opened her first shop in Paris, under the name "chanel Modes." chanel’s elegant simplicity was an immediate success, and inspired the fashion industry around the world In 1932, Gabrielle chanel hosted an exhibition of fine jewellery “bijoux de Diamants” in her residence, establishing her affinity for the dia- mond.

The first chanel watches were launched in 1987, with the creation of the Première watch, designed by Jacques Helleu, the dial of the watch being reminiscent of the shape of the Place Vendôme and the stopper of the iconic chanel n°5 bottle.

The J12, chanel’s ceramic sport watch was introduced in 2000, and immediately became a standard. The ceramic, in women’s and men’s styles, provides a lightness of look, but solidity of materials. cHauMeT The history of chaumet dates back to 1780 and is closely interwoven with the history of France. The wedding of napoleon and Josephine, and later with the archduchess Marie-Louise de Habsburg-Lorraine, niece of Queen Marie- antoinette, brought chaumet numerous sump- tuous orders. chaumet became the most famous jeweller in europe and built up a presti- gious clientele.

Inspired by the enchantment of nature, Joseph chaumet established himself as the absolute Master of the belle epoque.

With his elegant creations, he attracted royals and aristocrats. aigrettes and tiaras became a very important part of the firm’s designs. chaumet has pro- duced more than 1,500 different models of tiaras. chaumet created simplified designs contained within rigid geometric outlines of the art Deco period in the 1920’s and 30’s. Responding to the continuous social, economic and artistic changes, chaumet has maintained its legendary reputation. Design is determined by the good taste of the contemporary Parisienne, always in search of something new, different and sumptuous.

cHIMenTO Founded in 1964, in the province of Vicenza, the hub of jewellery in Italy, adriano chimento began a tradition of jewellery that utilizes tex- ture, light, and space to produce classic and emi- nently wearable jewels. The family business con- tinues this tradition to this day. cORuM established in 1955, in La chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, corum has established its place in the world of timepiece production with numer- ous innovations and iconic designs. The ‘admiral’s cup’, introduced in 1960, remains a central element of the brand. The 1964 intro- duction of an ultra flat movement mounted inside a coin proved exceptionally popular.

In the year 2000, the corum bubble was intro- duced, bringing a distinct element of novelty and urban chic to the wrists of corum clients. cROPP & FaRR Often manufacturing for major houses, such as cartier, cropp and Farr was known for fine quality gems and exceptional craftsmanship, their jewels are classic in style and remain a reg- ular part of many fine jewellery wardrobes. collectors continue to seek them out for their fine workmanship.

DaVID Webb Originally from north carolina, David Webb moved to new york, and in 1948, he formed David Webb Inc., located on 57th Street. Within a few years, he had established himself as one of the most fashionable jewellers in Manhattan, and at the height of production his two full-time workshops employed 200 jew- ellers and 37 setters. The new york social register flocked to him. They warmed to his personal charm and appre- ciated his brilliance as a designer. David Webb’s designs of the 1950s and early 1960s showcased endless variations on flowers and organic forms. His love of nature took shape in jewels of all sizes and varieties.

almost all of his iconic animal jewelry was designed in the 1960s. The times were changing and he embraced them: the rich vocabulary of ham- mered gold, enamel, pearls, colors, textures and shapes were synthesized into a new geometry that reflected the spirit of the 1970s. DaVID yuRMan David yurman, a sculptor who, in 1980, found- ed a jewellery company, produces small, wear- able sculptural works, and has created an endur- ing collection sought after the world over. His combinations of metals and gems create echoes of antiquity in very modern sculptural jewels. DeLRue Georges Delrue was an artist who worked in precious metal.

Delrue’s work, most prominent in the 1950’s and 1960’s, was experimental, and used emerging techniques and materials blend- ed with traditional methods. Many of Delrue’s jewels utilized a technique of lost wax casting and produced one-of-a-kind jewels with a freeform style.

Delrue was experimenting with freeform fused materials long before the style became wide- spread in the 1970’s. His work is sought after by collectors, and is represented in numerous art museum collections. DeMneR Originally established in Vienna, as a vintage jewellery atelier in 1945, Lola Demner’s busi- ness expanded to new york to include modern jewels designed by her son Henryk. The work of Henryk was frequently composed of beads, often from Wiener Werkstatte handbags, that were worked into larger ball forms and made into necklaces and earrings. The magnificent scale of Demner jewels is often in demand for its flamboyance.

DReIceR & cO Dreicer & co was a new york jeweller in the first quarter of the 20th century, famed for bringing european style to Fifth avenue. cartier was said to have dreaded bringing their new european designs to new york because Dreicer had already introduced similar items. Dreicer had a jewel box of a store at 560 5th avenue, and it catered to new york’s high soci- ety. a family business, it was closed in 1926 a few short years after son, and then father died within weeks of each other. cartier purchased the assets of the company.

eLIZabeTH GaGe Known for bold statement jewels, elizabeth Gage combines flowing natural forms, geome- try, textures, and colours in metal, enamel, gems and found objects.

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1 8 4 and textures in metal finishes and enamels to create works unlike any others. based in London, england, elizabeth Gage grad- uated from college, and the same year, she was commissioned by cartier, new york to create a collection for their catalogue. Growing interna- tionally from that point, she still oversees the production of all jewels in her London studio. FabeRGe, GeRMany Looking back to an illustrious history in the days of the Russian czars, the name Fabergé carries with it a rich history, and a tradition of quality in work and materials. The modern company was started in Germany the 1990’s, and has had ties with descendants of the Fabergé family who produced such important jewels as the Imperial easter eggs in Russia.

FORTuneS Fortunes jewels in Toronto, canada, established in 1986 by designer Michael dacosta, has won many accolades and prizes, including numerous Debeers diamond design competitions and many peer judged design competitions including excellence in Design. Dacosta’s designs incor- porate form and colour blended into very wear- able works of jewellery combining classic and modern elements. FReD Fred Samuel, at the age of 28, established his first jewellery store in Paris at 6 rue Royale, in 1936, The son of a jeweller, he was an inventive promoter, and through his charm and connec- tions, was always able to remain in the spotlight in Paris society.

With a strong international rep- utation, and with charm and simplicity, Fred designs continue to captivate the sophisticated jewellery buyer. His guiding principles: “boldness and discipline” GeORG JenSen Georg Jensen set out, in 1904 to create designs that possessed both functionality and beauty, the essence of the arts and crafts movement. Georg Jensen’s style embraced the art nouveau with a modern sensibility and a Danish flair. nature, tamed into flowing forms and embellished with geometry, is a constant theme in Jensen designs. Jensen has featured collabora- tions with some of the most important names in design, and these designers each bring their presence to the essence of Jensen.

GuccI In Florence, 1921, Guccio Gucci opened a leather goods and luggage store. He was inspired by the leather goods he saw while working at the Savoy Hotel in London. The english “horse set” was quite likely the inspira- tion for the horse-bit shapes that would become representative of Gucci, and continue as iconic symbols of the brand today. Many Gucci jewels feature equestrian themes. HanS HanSen Hans Hansen opened a goldsmith shop in Kolding Denmark 1906. by the 1920’s he was specializing in silver flatware. Over the follow- ing two decades, the company expanded into a line of jewellery designed by son Karl Gustav Hansen.

by 1940, they had a workshop with sil- versmiths at work producing their art, in public view. bent Gabrielson Pedersen, bent Knudsen, and allan Scharff have been some of the important designers with the firm, and in 1992 the Hans Hansen company joined Georg Jensen.

HaRRy WInSTOn Harry Winston began to revolutionize the jew- ellery world when he opened his business in new york in 1932. He quickly became known for innovation in design and marketing, but his fame was really established in his ability to find the most exceptional gems in the world, and to bring them to just the right clients. noted for the finest gems, beautifully cut dia- monds, and unparalleled jewellery, Winston remains an oasis for the jewel lovers of the world. Some of the most famous jewels in his- tory have passed through Harry Winston’s doors, the Hope Diamond being one of the more notable, Winston donated the priceless Hope to the Smithsonian Institution.

at Winston, the focus on fine quality extends to even the smallest of jewels.

HenRI LyOn Located in Paris, among the finest jewellers in the world, Henri Lyon, in the 1920’s, produced some of the finest art Deco work of the time. european nobility and potentates from around the world commissioned these exceptional jew- els. brooches with delicate open work, elegant pendant earrings, and perhaps most notably, broad, yet delicately rendered geometric art Deco bracelets were signature items proudly signed Henri Lyon. HeRMeS Known for its equestrian themes, Hermes has produced exceptional luxury leather goods for decades. From saddles and bridles, the next step was glamorous handbags, followed by time- pieces with long leather straps inspired by the colours and leathers of the handbags.

HubLOT established in 1980, Hublot notably produced watches in a combination of gold with a rubber strap, an unusual innovation. The watch had a design reminiscent of a ship’s porthole. This now classic design is still very identifiably Hublot. The brand has caught the imagination of the public many times, including recently when beyoncé presented Jay Z with a Hublot that had a price tag of $5 million.

InTeRnaTIOnaL WaTcH cO (IWc) International Watch company was established in Schaffhausen in 1868 by an american, Florentine aristo Jones, who aimed to produce high quality watches for the u.S. market, using a highly skilled, but modestly priced Swiss work- force. The company was involved in the early produc- tion of wristwatches, early quartz watches, important developments in diver’s watches, the first wristwatch with a built in compass, and complicated movements. Some of the notable models are Ingenieur, aérospatiale, The GST Deep One, Spitfire, aquatimer, Portuguese, and Da Vinci. JuVenIa Juvenia, founded in 1860, in Saint-Imier, Switzerland produced one of the earliest wrist- watches, and smallest movements.

Known today for its unique case and bracelet designs, and very modern design inspirations in its time- pieces, Juvenia continues to be a highly regard- ed brand.

KaRL STITTGen Jeweller and goldsmith, Karl Stittgen began his career designing and making contemporary jew- ellery in Vancouver in 1959. Over several decades he created an original and distinctive body of work inspired by the organic forms of nature and the clean lines of architecture. creations of gold, platinum, gemstones, pearls, ancient coins and artifacts earned him loyal cus- tomers and much critical acclaim during what some have called the golden age of design in Vancouver. Stittgen received the british columbia creative achievement award of

1 8 5 Distinction in Vancouver in 2009.

KuTcHInSKy The Kutchinksy business was established in the 1890s when Joseph Kutchinsky's grandfather fled Poland, bringing his family to england, where he set up a jewellery manufacturing com- pany in the east end of London. The extensive use of platinum, gold and dia- monds has been a benchmark of Kutchinsky, incorporating these materials into delicate forms that are ready for any occasion. LOnGIneS established in 1832, the Longines watch compa- ny became known for innovation in manufactur- ing and marketing. The strong focus on the north american Market produced a strong demand, and by the 1880’s, Longines was so well known for accuracy and timing that their watch was in the hands of almost every horse racing enthusiast in the continent.

now known for classic timeless design and style, a Longines watch is still a central accessory on many stylish wrists.

LucaS Gabriel Lucas moved from Paris to canada in 1929, and opened a jewellery studio in Montreal. by 1940, he had established a store that attracted Montreal society for the innova- tive and beautifully made jewellery. Lucas’ work continues to be sought after for its originality and quality. MaRIna b. Marina b. established her first showroom in 1978. expanding from her Geneva location, her brand has expanded to London, new york, Milan and Tokyo. With the combinations of bright colours, mixed metals, and freeform and geometric shapes, Marina b brings a woman’s perspective to jewels that have an enduring appeal to women.

Often featured in the fashion press, Marina b’s jewels have adorned interna- tional stars from elizabeth Taylor to Julia Roberts.

MaubOuSSIn established in 1827, Mauboussin found increased notoriety among discerning buyers, and experts alike, winning a medal at the exposition universelles in Paris, 1878. In 1925, at the exposition des arts Decoratifs, the jury awarded the house the grand prize for their innovative art Deco designs. Still at the cutting edge of design, Mauboussin has an international presence in Paris, Tokyo, and new york, among other locations, each of which is a work of art itself, displaying the works of the jeweller’s art within.

MOnTbLanc Founded in 1906, and originally the “Simplo Filler Pen co”, the name became Montblanc by 1909.

Originally represented as a white cap on the pens, the white star, representing the snow- capped peak of the namesake mountain was adopted in 1913. nibs of the pens are engraved with “4810”, the height of the alpine peak of Mont blanc. Many leaders of state, including John F. Kennedy, used a Montblanc pen. Montblanc now has more than 350 boutiques in over 70 countries. carrying leather goods, men’s jewellery, Meisterstuck watches, and women’s jewellery. In 2006, Montblanc was the first brand to possess its own, patented dia- mond cut derived from its logo.

MOuaWaD Mouawad is a family business, established in 1890, and is noted for exceptional and record setting gems and jewels, including the world’s most expensive bra, jewelled and featuring a large diamond. In addition to novelty items and timeless classics, the house produces jewels with coloured gems put to delightful use in unusual forms. MOVaDO Movado is a name derived from the internation- al esperanto language, meaning “always in motion”, and was given to this watch company in 1905. Known for innovation in design, Movado’s most famous watch, now known as the “Movado Museum watch”, featuring a sim- ple dial with a gold dot at 12:00, was introduced in 1947.

This classic design is timeless and is as current today as it was in the first half of the 20th century.

OMeGa Louis brandt started his business in 1848, the genesis of what would become OMeGa as we now know it. Some models have been to the moon and back with apollo astronauts, as well as on the wrists of kings, queens, presidents, explorers and visionaries. Famous for the six lunar landings, the first diver’s watch and the world’s only certified marine chronometer wristwatch, the company holds many records for accuracy. OMeGa has been on the wrist of James bond (007) in every film in the franchise since 1995. In the upcoming winter Games OMeGa will serve as Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games for the 26th time.

POMeLLaTO Pomellato is an Italian jewellery design house established in the year 1967. Known for distinc- tive use of coloured gemstones in gold, Pomellato produces styles like no other. Known for its reach to the arts world, recent Pomellato collections have featured Tilda Swinton as a model. PaTeK PHILIPPe On May 1st, 1839 businessman antoni Patek and watchmaker François czapek joined forces to found "Patek, czapek & cie" in Geneva. In 1844, Patek met the French watchmaker, Jean- adrien Philippe in Paris where the latter pre- sented his pioneering stem winding and setting system by the crown.

When czapek decided to leave, the company name changed to "Patek & cie". Later, in 1851 when adrien Philippe offi- cially became associated with the company, it was renamed "Patek Philippe & cie", before changing once more in 1901 to "ancienne Manufacture d’Horlogerie Patek Philippe & cie, S.a.". In 1932, the company was purchased by two brothers, charles and Jean Stern, owners of a fine dial factory in Geneva. Since then, "Patek Philippe S.a." remains a family owned firm. Patek Philippe is one of the most highly respect- ed names in timepieces, and continues to pro- duce extraordinary and complicated watches, desired by collectors around the world.

PIaGeT In 1874, in La côte-aux-Fées, a small Swiss vil- lage Georges Édouard Piaget started his first workshop on the family farm and devoted him- self to making high-precision movements that he soon began supplying to the most prestigious brands.

In 1943, the company made a decision that from then on, the movement factory from La côte-aux-Fées produced watches signed by and sold under its own name. In 1957, Piaget began to design and build the ultra-thin movements, and by 1960, Piaget launched the world’s thinnest self-winding movement. It measured just 2.3 mm thick. In 1979, they launched the Piaget Polo watch. avant-garde, yet classic enough never to go out of style, it quickly became an icon that was adopted by the international jet set. Piaget fuses technique and design now more

1 8 6 than ever in jewellery and watchmaking.

RayMOnD yaRD Raymond yard began his career as a door boy at Marcus & co Jewelers in new york. The year was 1898, and the young yard was thirteen. He worked his way up the through the company, and by his 30’s, he was a senior salesman. 1922 was an important year for yard;it was the year that John D. Rockefeller suggested that yard open his own business. Rockefeller recom- mended the new yard company to his wealthy and influential friends. Woolworth, duPont, Vanderbilt, and film stars such as Joan crawford, and Douglas Fairbanks were clients. yard established his reputation producing fine art Deco jewellery, focusing on fine gems and platinum in their manufacture.

He established a “yard look” that continues to this day. ROLex In 1905, at the age of 24, Hans Wilsdorf found- ed a company in London specializing in the dis- tribution of timepieces. Wristwatches were not very precise at the time, but Hans Wilsdorf foresaw that they could become not only ele- gant, but also reliable.

To convince the public of the reliability of his timepieces, he equipped each watch with small, very precise movements manufactured by a Swiss watchmaking company in bienne. Rolex first concentrated on the quality of the movements. The relentless quest for chrono- metric precision rapidly led to success. In 1910, a Rolex watch was the first wristwatch in the world to receive the Swiss certificate of chronometric Precision, granted by the Official Watch Rating centre in bienne. Four years later, in 1914, Kew Observatory in Great britain awarded a Rolex wristwatch a class “a” precision certificate, a distinction that until that point in time had been reserved exclu- sively for marine chronometers.

From that date forward, the Rolex wristwatch was synonymous with precision.

Rolex moved to Geneva, a city renowned inter- nationally for watchmaking. Montres Rolex S.a. was registered in Geneva in 1920. Since that time, Rolex has become one of the most wide- ly recognized watches in the world. SeaMan ScHePPS Famed for whimsical jewels, Seaman Schepps took the fashion world by storm in the 1930’s to the 1960’s. The fashion magazine spreads of the day were always accessorized with Seaman Schepps jewels. The new york social register of the time followed suit, and it was absolutely the thing to wear large, bold and colourful Seaman Schepps jewels whenever possible. Seaman Schepps is noted for the use of a pro- fusion of large colourful gemstones.

an impor- tant icon of Seaman Schepps is polished natural seashells turned into earrings with the clever addition of gold and gemstones.

SaLVInI Italian jeweller Salvini, based in Valenza, has a reputation for classic modern jewels, with sim- ple lines and forms, and very fine diamonds. Their jewels are sold in boutiques around the world. TaG HeueR established in 1860, Tag Heuer is known for innovation and accuracy. Producing dashboard “time of trip” watches for automobiles and early aircraft, the brand extended beyond the pocket or wrist. by 1916, the production of a stop- watch accurate to 100th of a second led to Heuer being the official timekeeper of the 1924 Paris and 1928 amsterdam Olympics. Tag Heuer continues to be recognized as an innovator, and is seen on the wrists of aristo- crats and film stars.

Tag Heuer timepieces and accessories are iconic and timeless. THeO FenneLL Theo Fennell founded his workshop in 1982, and has, since then, established a worldwide reputation for his innovative, unusual, and often amusing jewels. From jewels inspired by antiqui- ty, sometimes with a gothic twist, to those that are identifiably current and local in their themes, he uses materials in innovative ways. cultural and iconic symbols of the world often find a place in Fennell’s work, sometimes in unexpect- ed ways.

TIFFany & cO Founded in new york in 1837 Tiffany remains an icon to jewellery consumers around the world. Known for innovation and high standards, Tiffany had adopted the silver standard of “925”, and 95% standard for platinum, both later adopted as uSa standards. In 1886 Tiffany introduced its iconic Tiffany setting providing a light and open setting to best display a diamond. constantly working to bring the latest in design innovations to its offerings, Tiffany regularly brings designers to its clients; in 1956, Jean Schlumberger joined and in the famous annual “blue book” of 1974-75, elsa Peretti was intro- duced.

Paloma Picasso was first featured in 1980 and architect Frank Gehry has designed many current offerings.

Drawing on the natural world, the company was early on recognized as a master of art nouveau and the arts and crafts movement. Through the decades it has remained at the forefront of design, noted for the use of exceptional materi- als and unwavering standards. TuDOR The Tudor watch brand, founded by Hans Wilsdorf, was announced March 6, 1946. The introduction of Tudor was the realization of a plan to produce watches that would have the standards of Rolex behind them, but could be offered at a modest price. The brand has been a success since the beginning, and remains a highly regarded Swiss timepiece to this day.

unIVeRSaL GeneVe The company "universal Watch" was founded in Locle, Switzerland in 1894, and by 1934, the name had become “universal Watch co Ltd, Geneve”. In 1966, Gerald Genta designed the “Golden Shadow”, the thinnest automatic watch of its time, winning universal Geneve numerous prizes.

universal Geneve has always focused on good quality timepieces with classic styling to produce watches that will remain in fashion through changing times. VaHe naLTcHayan Vahe naltchayan, inspired by jewels of the ancient world, produces works that are at once classic and forward looking. His work has a matte finish, producing a warmth and timeless- ness of feel. Van cLeeF & aRPeLS Van cleef & arpels has always been inspired by the unique creative energy of love, for it was love which brought the Maison into being. Towards the end of the 19th century, a young girl named estelle arpels – the daughter of a dealer in precious stones – met a boy named alfred Van cleef, the son of a stone-cutter.

This led them to founding the Maison of Van cleef & arpels. In 1906, alfred set up in busi- ness with estelle’s brother charles, a talented salesman who managed their new boutique in Paris’ Place Vendôme. Two years later, estelle’s brother Julien joined the firm;a third brother, Louis, joined them in 1912.

Over the years that followed, the name Van cleef & arpels became synonymous with the

1 8 7 most exquisite jewellery in the world. With that achievement, the love, which first brought estelle and alfred together, lives on to this day through the many enchanting love stories of the Maison. Van cleef & arpels remains one of the most desired names in jewellery, noted for many innovations in design, manufacturing and gem setting techniques which changed the jewellery landscape and the way we think of jewellery. VeRDuRa born in Palermo, in 1898, Duke Fulco di Verdura lived a privileged aristocratic european lifestyle as a child and young man.

In his 30’s he ventured to the promised land of Hollywood, where he designed jewels for the Hollywood stars.

by 1939 new york had beckoned, and Verdura quickly established himself as the society jew- eller, with backing of friends such as Vincent astor and cole Porter. The shop, at 712 Fifth avenue, had all the “a” list clients. Verdura’s style, at once elegant and classic, was imbued with whimsy, and often featured excep- tional use of colours in gems. The quality of work was only of the highest standard. The house continues to produce the finest of jewels and still uses many of Verdura’s timeless designs. ZenITH In the middle of the 19th century, Georges Favre-Jacot, in Le Locle, Switzerland, set out to produce the most accurate and reliable watch- es available.

He brought a diversity of independ- ent watchmakers together under one roof. by 1911, a complete production line, and a com- prehensive design plan from packaging to stores, was brought under the name Zenith. Still operating in its original, unesco world her- itage site, Zenith produces fine timepieces in keeping with its ambitious beginnings. Zenith watches are sought all around the world. *Amongst the information provided in these biographical data are details from the official web sites of the named companies, houses, and designers.

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