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Renaissance Revival Gem-set Gold Pendant

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Fine Jewelry - 3182T
Date / Time :
November 27, 2018 10:00AM


Renaissance Revival Gem-set Gold Pendant, set with emerald and ruby cabochons, bead and ropework accents, and suspending a drop, bearing spurious mark for Castellani, with chain, lg. 2 1/4, 16 in.

Lots 1436- 1580 are from the collection of Edith Weber Antique Jewelry. Founded in 1960 by Edith Weber, the firm quickly became one of the leading antique jewelry dealers in the United States. Her son Barry and his wife Sonja Diamond-Weber joined the company in 1975. Barry Weber appeared on fifteen seasons of the Antiques Roadshow and was a specialist in historic jewelry. He taught antique jewelry appraisal classes at several colleges and universities, pioneering a series of hands-on seminars teaching the intricacies of the identification and evaluation of antique jewelry to novices and seasoned industry professionals. Jewelry from Edith Weber was worn on the red carpets of the Academy Awards and graced many major national magazines. Their store at The Carlyle was described as a historical jewel box with esoteric jewelry spanning the centuries. Barry Weber said "we are fearless in our taste," always searching from the rare and beautiful rather than an easy sale.

The Edith Weber collection continues in our live auction as lots 1-96 of sale 3188B.
Provenance: The Edith Weber Jewelry Collection.
Estimate $800-1,200

The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.


Sonja Diamond-Weber, Barry Weber, United States, Antique, Bead, Beadwork, Human behavior, Learning, Visual arts