May flowers are in bloom at Sotheby’s New York.
Today, we’re blogging about an upcoming selling exhibition at the Manhattan auction house.
Masterfully crafted and inspired by nature, the jewels on display are set to blend in to a natural landscape.
Read more about the flower jewels of the In Bloom selling exhibition, on view at Sotheby’s New York from May 3rd – 24th.
Designed as a rose, the petals are 18 karat textured gold.
Also designed as a rose, the petals and leaves are pavé-set with numerous round, 16.5 carat diamonds. The end of the stem is accented by a pear-shaped diamond.
The circa-1880 earclips center on a cluster of 14 carat old European-cut diamonds, surrounded by undulating petals further set with diamonds.
Of floral design, set throughout with old mine and rose-cut 15 carat diamonds, highlighted with round and cushion-cut demantoid garnets.
Centering a cushion-cut diamond weighing 2.37 carats, within a frame of turquoise cabochons, further accented with round diamonds.
Of floral design, composed of seven flowerheads centering old European and old mine-cut diamonds, framed by half-pearls.