Looking for inspiration for unique and elegant holiday gifts this season? Freeman's December 15 auction The Art of Giving has just the thing!
Specialist Lauren Peck has chosen some of her favorite pieces from the jewelry and watches section of the sale, just in time for you to find that perfect one-of-a-kind present for someone special on your list.
A South Sea cultured pearl, diamond and fourteen karat gold ring
Paying homage to aviation, this Rolex from the 1950’s is a classic item for any wrist. It is one of the longest running manufactured models within Rolex, which proves that its simple design won’t go out of style.
A stainless steel strap watch, Rolex. Air King, Circa 1950's
This poodle with gem-set eyes will make any dog lover smile. Signed jewelry is very popular in the market place at the moment. The fact that it is signed for ‘Tiffany & Co.’ makes it even more attractive to the buyer.
A high karat gold brooch, Tiffany and Co., designed as a poodle with gem-set eyes.
An eighteen karat two tone clip/brooch, Buccellati
‘See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.’ The three wise monkeys are a well known symbol that date back to 17th century Japan. This representation is enhanced by diamond set bellies and gem-set eyes.
A collection of three eighteen karat gold and gem-set brooches designed as the three wise monkeys.
Cartier’s panther motif was first created in 1914. It continues to be a quintessential Cartier trademark. The movement of the link invokes a panther. In this ring, the link is further emphasized with diamonds, which makes it an elegant addition to any wardrobe.
A diamond and eighteen karat gold band, Cartier, with box and Cartier documents.
An antique diamond and platinum ring