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Fine Jewels

Monday 22 May 2023 e Tuesday 23 May 2023, 03:00 PM • Milan

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Please note that the results listed on this page are inclusive of Finarte Buyer's Premium and exclusive of any applicable taxes and costs, unless otherwise noted.

The Grand Hotel et de Milan will host the Finarte Jewellery auction an exhibition.

A wide and representative choice of the most sought-after jewellery: from antique to the great classics, from designer to art-déco, the auction presents a selection of jewellery aimed at a vast and heterogeneous target.

Among the most iconic pieces are the miniature pendant-brooches from the 19th century, characterised by their strong romanticism, and a large selection of 1930s jewellery with their austere and geometric ever-modernism. Two examples of bracelet-watches by Bulgari: the Tubogas and the Serpenti which, since the 1940s, with their contemporary and innovative design, have been symbols of modernity, audacity and seduction. We come to the present day with the Bulgari signature diamond earrings, a timeless model that with simplicity and style illuminates every woman's face.

But of course there will be no lack of the most noble names in high jewellery: from Vhernier to Pomellato, via Cartier to Buccellati.


Grand Hotel et de Milan
Milan / Via Alessandro Manzoni, 29
(get direction)


Monday 22 May 2023, 3:00 pm - SESSION 1 (Lots 1-337)
Tuesday 23 May 2023, 3:00 pm - SESSION 2 (Lots 338-681)
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From Friday 19 to Sunday 21 May
from 10am to 6pm

Grand Hotel et de Milan
Milan / Via Alessandro Manzoni, 29
(get direction)

For all enquires:
+39 02 3363801

Before making an offer, we remind you to read the important warnings on jewels, estimates and weights and treatment of gemstones.

The title of gold objects present in the catalogue, if not expressly indicated, is 750/1000 (18K), the title for silver is 800/1000 or 925/1000 and the title for platinum is 950/1000. Some of the dimensions of the jewels are not in scale 1:1.

Weight of precious stones indicated in the catalogue is determined, if not expressly specified, through accurate measurements and mathematical formulas. The indications of the weights are therefore estimates and should be considered as such. Weight expressed in grams, if not otherwise specified, is the gross weight of the object.

For information on diamond specifications, we remind you to read the technical data sheets that you can download at this link.

Gemstones usually undergo treatments in order to improve their appearance. For example heat treatments that enhance color and transparency of rubies and sapphires and oils applied to emeralds are considered common treatments and are accepted by jewelry dealers. There are other methods such as the use of pigments, irradiance or coating etc. that according to the type of gem will contribute to their permanent alteration. The improvement of the characteristics changes the market value, therefore the estimates of precious stones, where not otherwise specified by a certificate issued by a credited gemological laboratory, are based on the hypothesis that precious stones may have been treated.

All objects totally or partially composed of coral, ivory, etc. are subject to Cites international regulations (see point 6.9 in General Conditions of Sale).

For information on ring sizes, we remind you to read the data sheets that you can download at this link.

For the more important jewelry present in the catalogue a condition report may be requested for single objects. The jewelry experts of Finarte are available to answer all questions and doubts on lots for potential buyers.

For all enquiries and condition report please contact:

We remind it will be possible to collect the won lots from 29 May in our office in Milan, Via Paolo Sarpi 6. 

Conditions of Sale

By making an offer, you declare that you have read and accept the General Terms and Conditions of Sale

The Jewelry Department, led by Fabio Nussenblatt, offers jewellery and precious items to buyers and collectors from all over the world.

The Department is active both in Milan and Rome. It organizes two auctions a year, one in the spring and one in the autumn semester with catalogues hugely appealing to the Italian and international markets.

Among the lots at auctions, high jewellery and big names stand out, from Van Cleef & Arpels to Cartier, confirmed as the most requested by collectors and jewellery lovers. The prestigious Italian goldsmith tradition from Bulgari to Frascarolo, from Pomellato to Buccellati, finds excellent feedback from the Italian and foreign public who are increasingly looking for unique pieces, precious examples of the so-called Made in Italy.

Particular attention is devoted to ancient jewels: of unparalleled charm, they often represent non-reproducible artisan creations, the results of the extraordinary execution of the master goldsmiths and artistic expressions of rare elegance.

The auctions register excellent results with certified diamonds, precious gems and natural pearls that attract collectors and buyers from all over the world and represent a form of investment whose value lasts over time.

Department experts are selecting goods and entire collections for the upcoming auctions. We invite you to contact us by email or through the appropriate form for free and confidential valuations of Jewelry.

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