Diamonds Are Forever

Fontaine’s Auction Gallery will feature sparkling diamond jewelry, well-crafted clocks and furniture, intricately decorated accessories and much more at its sale on Saturday, June 8.

A Disney Jewel Saga

For three days starting May 28, glitter and gold from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany, Fabergé and Bulgari will go under the hammer: a perfect occasion to update the jewelry box.

Swing into Summer

Thomaston Place's upcoming three-day auction weekend will kick off summer with over 1,500 lots, from fine jewelry and watches to 19th century paintings and Asian antiques.

Two Royal Fabergé Tiaras Sold in Geneva

Christie's and Sotheby's each sold a royal wedding tiara made by Fabergé at their May auctions in Geneva for a combined total of $1.5 million: one belonging to Princess Alexandra of Hanover and the other to her sister-in-law, the German Crown Princess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.

Jewelry and Fine Art Star at Susanin's Auctions

An original gouache painting done around 1930 by the French painter Maurice Utrillo, an engagement ring set boasting a 3.28-carat emerald cut diamond, and an 18kt yellow gold Patek Philippe Calatrava men’s watch with original alligator band are a few expected top lots in back-to-back auctions planned for May 21st and 22nd by Susanin’s Auctions.

Were Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer lovers?

The relationship of Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer has been questioned for over a century. After a ring potentially belonging to Adele sold at Sotheby's for far over its estimate, we decided to dive back into the fascinating history of the young muse.

Barnebys’ Guide to Diamonds

When it comes to diamonds, there's an array of possibilities that can affect the gem’s value. With numbers and names for carats, colors, clarity and cuts, it’s easy to become confused when looking for jewelry at auction. The lot description usually consists of numbers and abbreviations – but what do they actually mean? Here, Barnebys will help you to become the best diamond expert!

Make a Statement with John Pye

Aren't you a bit tired of desecrated jewelry? Well so are we! The flimsy days of thin, delicate rings and dainty chains are over, it’s now time for the chunky pieces to re-enter the stage. John Pye’s upcoming auction features several chunky, fashionable pieces for you to lay for hands on. The statement ring is back!

Fabergé's eternal Easter

Before settling in Nicolas I’s Imperial Russia in the 1830s, the Fabergé family, after fleeing France’s hostility towards Protestants, spread out to Germany, then Livonia, on the Baltic coast.