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Christie’s first jewellery auction of 2022

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Christie’s first jewelry auction of 2022 from January 24 to February 9 will feature a curated assemblage of fine jewelry ranging from antique through contemporary jewels to white diamonds and colored stones, as well as jeweled objects and clocks. The sale showcases over 250 lots including designs by renowned jewelry houses including Angel Cummings, Buccellati,  Bulgari,  Cartier, Graff, Harry Winston, JAR, Marina B, Oscar Heyman & Brothers, Raymond Yard, René Boivin, Jean Schlumberger, Tiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels and Verdura. Spanning all price points and with many lots offered without reserve, this winter auction offers perfect gifting inspiration ahead of Valentine’s Day.

Leading the sale is a diamond ring of 11.46 carats, offered without reserve ($200,000-300,000). Other notable diamonds included in this sale are a diamond ring of 5.05 carats ($100,000-150,000), also offered without reserve, and a pair of diamond earrings of 5.02 and 5.02 carats ($170,000-250,000).

Specially featured within the sale are selections from notable collections including the Blair Family Collection, the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Edward Guest II, the Collection of Mimi Adler, Property from the Estate of Jacqueline Leeds, and Jeweled Object D’art from the Collection of Countess Orietta Ascoli offering an assemblage of jeweled objects including clocks, scent bottles, desk accessories and evening bags.

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