Higlighted fountain pens, jewellery and watches in Sala Retiro

To dismiss the summer, Sala Retiro will have a great auction next 9th and 10th October at 18:00 in its place in Madrid (Avenida Menéndez Pelayo 3-5), that will consist of a great part of jewellery, in one hand highlighting emblematic signatures as Cartier, Bvlgari , Tiffany or Tous; and, on the other hand, attending to the male part of the auction, one of the main characteristics and orientation of this auction, because the auction has a large selection of fountain pens, 70 of the lots are signatures of great importance as Cartier, Montblanc or Dupont, and finally, the men’s watch section, which highlights signatures relevant with prices without competition.

You can view the complete catalogue here.

OUTSTANDING LOTS

In lot 105, we have an austrian Art Deco bracelet made in platinum with geometric design, with diamonds 8/8 cut with an approximate weight of 6.12 carats. Adorning the bracelet have sapphires mixed carré cut arranged in zig-zag with an approximate weight of 4.42 carats. The closure is made of 585 thousandth white gold. It´s possible to observe Austrian marks of platinum and gold of 585 thousandth with weight of 35.2 grams. The base price of the bracelet is 3.000 euros (view).

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Lot 105: Austrian Art Deco bracelet with diamonds 8/8 cut with a weight of 6.12 carats. Starting price: 3,000 euros.

In lot 110 there is a fantastic Art Deco brooch made in platinum and decorated with motives of interlaced brilliant carved diamonds ribbons and 8/8 cut with an approximate weight of 2.52 carats. With the diamonds, we find sapphires calibrated with a pearl in the center of the brooch. The needle is made in gold with French marks. The total weight of the brooch is 21.5 grams. The base price is 3.500 euros (view). In lot 111, following the Art Deco line, we find an Art Deco medal made in platinum with a representation of the Virgin in a mother-of-pearl dress on a onyx plaque. It is framed in a diamonds old glossy carving and 8/8 cut with an approximate weight of 3.88 carats. The medal will be accompanied by the chain made with platinum. The total weight of the set is 27.60 grams. The base price is 1.500 euros (view).

The lot 112 consists in a bracelet made with white gold composed of three bands or parts, where the central part highlight for it size made up with diamonds princess cut with a weight approximate of 32.66 carats. The total weight of the bracelet grows to 45.40 grams. The base price of the jewel is 13.000 euros (view). In lot 146 there is a necklace made with white gold with decoration formed with motives of clovers curds brilliant carving diamonds cut with an approximate weight of 12.75 carats in diamonds and with a total weight of 140.2 grams. The base price for this necklace is 9.000 euros (view).

Lot 191 is based on a ring made with white gold with a central sapphire oval cut with an approximate weight of 3.15 carats. Around, it is bordered by brilliant carving diamonds cut and marquise cut with a weight approximate of 2.03 carats. The total weight of the ring is 8.20 grams. The base price is 1.800 euros (view). In lot 229 we find a ring made with white gold, type “you and me”, with an emerald cut diamonds adorning the end of the ring with a total weight of 1.49 carats, and baguette cut diamonds with a weight of 1.20 carats. The base price is 5.000 euros (view).

The lot 234 describes a ring composed of a ring in yellow gold and two rings in white gold with diamonds brilliant cut with an approximate weight of 0.16 carats. The base price will be 500 euros (view). In the last outstanding lot, the number 286, a rigid bracelet made with gold and platinum views. As a central decorative motive, we find four lis-flowers and two enamels representing two children accompanied by rose cut diamonds with an approximate weight of 0.65 carats. The total weight of the bracelet is 16.8 grams. The base price is 600 euros (view).

 

 

Art Market Bloggers:  

Liliane González

Appraisal of Artworks and Antiques Master Student. Graduated in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets by the ESCRBC of Madrid.

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