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Auctioneers Dr. Crott 90th Auction

478477 A representative brooch, Belle Époque, circa 1890 Case: 14k gold, brilliants of old cut, I/J-VS-P, approx. 5ct. 閃爍耀眼的胸針 Belle Époque, 約 1890 39795 C: 2 11.000 - 14.000 EUR 13.800 - 17.500 USD 110.000 - 140.000 HKD Chaumet, 29 g, circa 1940 A decorative brooch Case: 18k gold, centra brilliant of old cut, J-H/SI, approx. 1,1ct. The House of Chaumet, founded in 1780, is a high-end jeweller based in Paris. The jewellery house participated in the 1925 Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, becoming a leader in this trend. Jewellery was more geometric, following the ‘boyish style’ of the 1920s, becoming more feminine during the 1930s. Colours, materials and fine gems were imperative for jewellery. From the 1920s onwards, the renown of the jewellery house spread to the world of the arts and show business. In 1934, Maison Chaumet sponsored the establishment of the young jeweller Pierre Sterlé, who was already designing its jewellery. In the same year the House closed, only to re-open at the end of the Second World War Source:, as of 10/06/2014. Chaumet — 裝飾藝術的胸針 39787 C: 2 6.500 - 9.000 EUR 8.200 - 11.300 USD 65.000 - 90.000 HKD

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