Christie’s has revealed that its newest sale, which came about on-line from 30 November to 14 December, achieved a complete of €10.4m (£8.8m).
Main the sale was a Boucheron ruby ring weighing 7.05 carats which fetched €980,000 (£833,602) promoting 10 ten occasions its pre-sale estimate.
Additional highlights included a Cartier Belle Epoque diamond bow brooch, that includes a 4.92 carats old-cut cushion diamond, which offered for €375,000 (£318,997) towards a pre-sale estimate of €150,000-200,000 (£127,598 – £170,131).
Violaine d’Astorg, head of the jewels division and Mafalda Chenu, specialist, stated: “The robust outcomes show as soon as once more the power of the marketplace for classic jewels and the urge for food for iconic signature items comparable to Jean Fouquet’s very good Artwork Deco aquamarine and coral necklace, promoting for €300,000 (£255,197) and doubled its pre-sale estimate.
“Jewels from the 70’s and 80’s have risen sharply comparable to an Animal-themed “Zebra” bracelet by Cartier with diamonds and emeralds promoting for €81,250 (£69,125) towards a pre-sale estimate of €15,000-25,000 (£12,761 – £21,269).”