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Auction archive: Lot number 179

ART DECO DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI BRACELET

Auction 10.06.1992
10 Jun 1992
Estimate
US$8,000 - US$10,000
Price realised:
US$16,500
Auction archive: Lot number 179

ART DECO DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI BRACELET

Auction 10.06.1992
10 Jun 1992
Estimate
US$8,000 - US$10,000
Price realised:
US$16,500
Beschreibung:

ART DECO DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI BRACELET Designed as five carved lapis lazuli and old mine-cut diamond rectangular links, joined by old mine-cut diamond bar links, mounted in platinum-- 7½ in. long Signed by LaCloche Freres A prominent exponent of Art Deco jewelry and other objects d'art in the 1920s LaCloche Freres was founded in 1875, in Madrid, by the LaCloche brothers, Fornand, Jules, Leapold, and Jacques. They opened branches in Saint-Sebastian, Biarritz and Paris. In 1920, the brothers took over Faberge's London shop, and in 1925, exhibited in the Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. They continued offering superbly designed jewelry until the 1960s when they closed their doors. LaCloche is perhaps best remembered for their jewely in the Art Deco style, epitomized by this bracelet composed of alternating sections of lapis lazuli and diamonds. The rectangular lapis pieces have been inset with two circular-cut diamonds.

Auction archive: Lot number 179
Auction:
Datum:
10 Jun 1992
Auction house:
Christie's
New York, Park Avenue
Beschreibung:

ART DECO DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI BRACELET Designed as five carved lapis lazuli and old mine-cut diamond rectangular links, joined by old mine-cut diamond bar links, mounted in platinum-- 7½ in. long Signed by LaCloche Freres A prominent exponent of Art Deco jewelry and other objects d'art in the 1920s LaCloche Freres was founded in 1875, in Madrid, by the LaCloche brothers, Fornand, Jules, Leapold, and Jacques. They opened branches in Saint-Sebastian, Biarritz and Paris. In 1920, the brothers took over Faberge's London shop, and in 1925, exhibited in the Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. They continued offering superbly designed jewelry until the 1960s when they closed their doors. LaCloche is perhaps best remembered for their jewely in the Art Deco style, epitomized by this bracelet composed of alternating sections of lapis lazuli and diamonds. The rectangular lapis pieces have been inset with two circular-cut diamonds.

Auction archive: Lot number 179
Auction:
Datum:
10 Jun 1992
Auction house:
Christie's
New York, Park Avenue
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