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PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN

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60.000 € - 80.000 €
ca. 71.300 $ - 95.067 $
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60.000 €
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Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 161

PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN

Schätzpreis
60.000 € - 80.000 €
ca. 71.300 $ - 95.067 $
Zuschlagspreis:
60.000 €
ca. 71.300 $
Beschreibung:

PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN IMPORTANT AND EXQUISITE DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET, BY FRED PARIS, 2010 Commande Spéciale - Special Order The wide flexible openwork bracelet decorated with stylised rays of brilliant-cut diamonds throughout, between borders of similarly-cut diamonds within collet setting, revealing a central pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.12cts, highlighted with pear and brilliant-cut diamond accents, mounted in 18K gold, remaining diamonds weighing 31.74cts total, signed Fred Paris, numbered, maker's mark, French assay mark, with maker's case, length 17cm One of Fred's designer came to meet the present vendor in Monte-Carlo and after various design proposals, this unique, one-of-a-kind bracelet was selected to be made for the client. * The diamond weights have been provided by Fred. Fred Samuel (1908-2006) established his jewellery brand in 1936 in Paris, where he spent much of his professional life. Originally from Buenos Aires, born into a family that dealt in precious stones, it was no surprise he conceived a passion for cultured pearls and won recognition as a leading expert in the field. Fred imbued his designs with the energy of South America, saying his creations were inspired by the life, the light, the movement, the energy of the continent. This passion is expressed through the use of coloured gemstones and playful motifs. During World War II, Fred Samuel fled Paris and became an interpreter for the Allies. After the war, the brand changed its name to from Fred Samuel to 'Fred' due to anti-Jewish sentiment in post-war Germany. Describing himself in 1936 as a 'Contemporary Creative Jeweller', he proved this through his striking modern designs, with rounded, curvaceous lines. Fred became famous for jewels designed by Jean Cocteau and for its famous clients, such as Marlène Dietrich and the royal family of Monaco, including princess Grace. In 1966 Fred Paris was the inventor of cable jewellery 'Force 10' (made of stainless steel) and this feature is still very prominent today in ring, bracelet, pendant and necklace designs. As the brand grew, new stores were opened across the world; 1976 Monte Carlo, 1981 Cannes, 2001 Tokyo and 2007 Beijing, Dubai and Bogotá. The company became the property of LVMH in 1996 and Fred collaborated with Kate Moss for the design of an exclusive collection in 2012. Fred Paris designed the iconic 23 heart-shaped ruby necklace interlaced with diamonds, which was gifted to Julia Roberts by Richard Gere in the film Pretty Woman. The last major film for which Fred Paris provided jewellery was Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig, featuring the star collection pendant and earrings. This magnificent bracelet is a unique creation of Fred. **** TEXT *** Drawing of Bracelet from Fred ***** PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN IMPORTANT AND EXQUISITE DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET, BY FRED PARIS, 2010 Commande Spéciale - Special Order The wide flexible openwork bracelet decorated with stylised rays of brilliant-cut diamonds throughout, between borders of similarly-cut diamonds within collet setting, revealing a central pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.12cts, highlighted with pear and brilliant-cut diamond accents, mounted in 18K gold, remaining diamonds weighing 31.74cts total, signed Fred Paris, numbered, maker's mark, French assay mark, with maker's case, length 17cm One of Fred's designer came to meet the present vendor in Monte-Carlo and after various design proposals, this unique, one-of-a-kind bracelet was selected to be made for the client. * The diamond weights have been provided by Fred. Fred Samuel (1908-2006) established his jewellery brand in 1936 in Paris, where he spent much of his professional life. Originally from Buenos Aires, born into a family that dealt in precious stones, it was no surprise he conceived a passion for cultured pearls and won recognition as a leading expert in the field. Fred imbued his designs with the energy of South America, saying his creations were inspired by t

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 161
Auktion:
Datum:
15.09.2020
Auktionshaus:
Adams's
St Stephens Green 26
D02 X665 Dublin 2
Irland
[email protected]
+353-1-6760261)
Beschreibung:

PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN IMPORTANT AND EXQUISITE DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET, BY FRED PARIS, 2010 Commande Spéciale - Special Order The wide flexible openwork bracelet decorated with stylised rays of brilliant-cut diamonds throughout, between borders of similarly-cut diamonds within collet setting, revealing a central pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.12cts, highlighted with pear and brilliant-cut diamond accents, mounted in 18K gold, remaining diamonds weighing 31.74cts total, signed Fred Paris, numbered, maker's mark, French assay mark, with maker's case, length 17cm One of Fred's designer came to meet the present vendor in Monte-Carlo and after various design proposals, this unique, one-of-a-kind bracelet was selected to be made for the client. * The diamond weights have been provided by Fred. Fred Samuel (1908-2006) established his jewellery brand in 1936 in Paris, where he spent much of his professional life. Originally from Buenos Aires, born into a family that dealt in precious stones, it was no surprise he conceived a passion for cultured pearls and won recognition as a leading expert in the field. Fred imbued his designs with the energy of South America, saying his creations were inspired by the life, the light, the movement, the energy of the continent. This passion is expressed through the use of coloured gemstones and playful motifs. During World War II, Fred Samuel fled Paris and became an interpreter for the Allies. After the war, the brand changed its name to from Fred Samuel to 'Fred' due to anti-Jewish sentiment in post-war Germany. Describing himself in 1936 as a 'Contemporary Creative Jeweller', he proved this through his striking modern designs, with rounded, curvaceous lines. Fred became famous for jewels designed by Jean Cocteau and for its famous clients, such as Marlène Dietrich and the royal family of Monaco, including princess Grace. In 1966 Fred Paris was the inventor of cable jewellery 'Force 10' (made of stainless steel) and this feature is still very prominent today in ring, bracelet, pendant and necklace designs. As the brand grew, new stores were opened across the world; 1976 Monte Carlo, 1981 Cannes, 2001 Tokyo and 2007 Beijing, Dubai and Bogotá. The company became the property of LVMH in 1996 and Fred collaborated with Kate Moss for the design of an exclusive collection in 2012. Fred Paris designed the iconic 23 heart-shaped ruby necklace interlaced with diamonds, which was gifted to Julia Roberts by Richard Gere in the film Pretty Woman. The last major film for which Fred Paris provided jewellery was Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig, featuring the star collection pendant and earrings. This magnificent bracelet is a unique creation of Fred. **** TEXT *** Drawing of Bracelet from Fred ***** PROPERTY OF A CONTINENTAL LADY AN IMPORTANT AND EXQUISITE DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET, BY FRED PARIS, 2010 Commande Spéciale - Special Order The wide flexible openwork bracelet decorated with stylised rays of brilliant-cut diamonds throughout, between borders of similarly-cut diamonds within collet setting, revealing a central pear-shaped diamond weighing 5.12cts, highlighted with pear and brilliant-cut diamond accents, mounted in 18K gold, remaining diamonds weighing 31.74cts total, signed Fred Paris, numbered, maker's mark, French assay mark, with maker's case, length 17cm One of Fred's designer came to meet the present vendor in Monte-Carlo and after various design proposals, this unique, one-of-a-kind bracelet was selected to be made for the client. * The diamond weights have been provided by Fred. Fred Samuel (1908-2006) established his jewellery brand in 1936 in Paris, where he spent much of his professional life. Originally from Buenos Aires, born into a family that dealt in precious stones, it was no surprise he conceived a passion for cultured pearls and won recognition as a leading expert in the field. Fred imbued his designs with the energy of South America, saying his creations were inspired by t

Auktionsarchiv: Los-Nr. 161
Auktion:
Datum:
15.09.2020
Auktionshaus:
Adams's
St Stephens Green 26
D02 X665 Dublin 2
Irland
[email protected]
+353-1-6760261)
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