A fine art deco emerald and diamond ring, circa 1925 The cut-cornered step-cut emerald, weighing 8.41 carats, between demi-lune and baguette-cut diamond shoulders, diamonds approximately 1.85 carats total, ring size M½, modern Cartier replacement case
A FABERGÉ WILD CHERRY STUDY, WORKMASTER HENRIK WIGSTRÖM, ST PETERSBURG, 1908-1917 A realistically chased gold stem with delicately carved nephrite leaves and red agate cherry fruits resting in a cylindrical rock crystal pot. Flower studies are among the most desirable and unforgettable objects of fantasy made by Fabergé. Only a small number of wild cherry studies are known to exist, most notably, one in the British Royal collection which was purchased by Queen Alexandra.
Richard Burlet (1957-Present) Considered an abstract-figurative artist, Richard Burlet creates paintings born of an inspiration that is French by inclination and Viennese by influence. The complex imagery of Burlet's figurative paintings pays homage to a tradition in art that reigned supreme in Vienna in the late 1800s. The art, architecture and design of Vienna's "Golden Age", and the highly praised works of Gustav Klimt, are the greatest influences on Burlet's artwork.
An Art Nouveau Brooch/Pendant, a carved moonstone as a maiden's head, within a diamond and seed pearl frame, with a detachable diamond set pendant loop, on a fine trace link chain, brooch/pendant measures 2.4cm by 4.4cm, chain length 43cm Tennants auctioneers | JV