or the first time at Finarte, through an audio and video connection, the clients had the opportunity to participate in real time both from the Milanese and Roman rooms, in Piazza SS. Apostoli 80, enabling the auctioneer to collect the bids from the two sale’s rooms simultaneously.
“The selection of the lots, 832, due to its variety and quality” – as declared by Fabio Nussenblatt, Head of the Department – “had great success in terms of attendance, involving both a national and international public”.
Among the several lots sold, the results of the large carats diamonds indeed stand out, as the 435, white gold and ct 7,70 ca diamond sold for € 41.250.
Vintage jewellery has raised likewise interest, including lot 442, a platinum and diamonds brooch dated around 1925, which has been sold for € 20.000, and the lot 459, a brooch with diamonds and rubies, XIX century, sold for € 13.750.
Outstanding is the sale result of a brooch in white gold, rock crystal, diamonds and cultivated pearls (lot 215), that after a fierce competition has totalled € 22.500.
The lot 595, a red coral necklace made of six wires, closed the jewellery session, with a hammer price of € 11.250.
As for the session dedicated to the watches, the market confirmed its interest for the branded watches, signed and accompanied by box and guarantees, among which the result of the 776, Patek Philippe, ref. 5035R, sold for € 16.250.
Equally impressive was the Silver’s session with a good result for lot 824, cutlery set in 925 silver, signed Gianmaria Buccellati, sold for € 7.500.