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Important Jewelry Preview | New York City

Important Jewelry Preview | New York City

Join the Jewelry Department in New York City to preview highlights from the December 4 Important Jewelry Auction. Private preview times are available by appointment only.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13 | WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14

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Skinner New York 415 Madison Ave, #1418, NY, New York

Questions? Contact us: jewelry@skinnerinc.com 617.874.4313… Read More

Important Jewelry | Preview in New York City

Skinner Jewelry specialists Kaitlin Shinnick and John Colasacco will be hosting a preview of Important Jewelry being offered in our September 25 Boston auction

The September auction features over 400 lots of diamonds, colored stones, antique and period jewelry. Highlights include several exceptional examples of Art Deco design from the 1920s and 1930s, vintage and contemporary jewelry by prestigious makers Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati, David Webb, Jean Schlumberger and Aldo Cipullo.… Read More

Holiday Gift Ideas: 5 Perfect Jewelry Finds at Auction

Find a unique, thoughtful gift for a person you love and experience the thrill of buying at auction! Whether you’re shopping for your wife, husband, mom, dad, or a good friend, the Skinner Fine Jewelry auction on December 10, 2013 offers a plethora of beautiful and stylish choices. Here are a few of our favorite picks.

1. For your Significant Other

Fine Diamonds

This Art Deco Diamond Solitaire by Cartier is the ring for the lady looking for a rare piece, not available in any fine jewelry salon.… Read More

The Little-known Story of Marcus & Company Jewelry

Have you ever heard of the jewelry firm Marcus & Co.? If not, you’re not alone. While Cartier and Tiffany are household names synonymous with luxury jewelry, Marcus & Co. is not. Yet this designer of fine jewelry deserves its place among the elite.

Herman Marcus came to New York from Germany in 1850 and started working as a designer at Tiffany & Co. He represented Tiffany at the 1878 Exposition Universelle in Paris. Marcus left Tiffany around 1884 to establish his own firm, Marcus & Co.Read More