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Rare Picasso Works Steal the Show at Skinner Auction of Fine Jewelry

Sold for $153,000. Silver “Satyr” Pendant, Pablo Picasso, from the collection of Carole Mallory

BOSTON, MA – March 25, 2013Skinner, Inc. saw excellent results from its auction of Fine Jewelry last week: a robust presentation of more than 500 lots that earned over $2.7 million. Drawing a great deal of excitement was the sale of three rare pieces of jewelry by Pablo Picasso, each on the block for the first time. Also performing well were signed pieces by Buccellati and Cartier, fine Art Nouveau jewels, a selection of natural pearls, diamond jewelry and period gems.… Read More

Uncovering the Mystery of the Picasso Jewels

A Lecture by Carole Mallory

Silver “Claude” Pendant, Pablo Picasso, from the collection of Carole Mallory (Lot 185, Estimate $15,000-$20,000)

Monday, March 17, 2014

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6:00PM Reception 7:00PM Lecture

Carole Mallory, supermodel, actress, and author of Picasso’s Ghost will discuss rare, one-of-a-kind examples of Picasso Jewelry. Given to her by the artist’s son Claude, these original works are new to the market and will be sold during the March 18th auction of Fine Jewelry.… Read More

Fine Jewelry Shines at Skinner on March 18

Fine Platinum and Diamond Solitaire, Taffin (Lot 580, Estimate $200,000-$300,000)

Rare Picasso Works to Appear at Auction for the First Time

BOSTON, MA – March 3, 2013Skinner, Inc. announces an auction of Fine Jewelry on March 18, featuring over 500 lots of treasures by important makers including Buccellati, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co. and, extraordinarily, Pablo Picasso, among others. Fine Art Nouveau jewelry, a strong section of diamonds, and several whimsical, figural pieces also stand out in this auction.… Read More

Pablo Picasso Jewelry

Silver “Satyr” Pendant, Pablo Picasso, from the collection of Carole Mallory (Lot 184, Estimate $15,000-$20,000)

Pablo Picasso is best known for paintings that changed the face of modern art. However, he was much more than just a painter. Picasso experimented with artistic techniques and created works in many different media, including sculpture, prints, ceramics, and jewelry.

Early in his career, Pablo Picasso made a series of one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, most likely cast in the south of France with the assistance of his dentist, Dr.… Read More