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    Multi-Stone, Gold Bracelet, Kieselstein-Cord
    The Vienna Cuff features oval-shaped rose quartz cabochons weighing a total of approximately 17.45 carats, enhanced by cut-cornered rectangle and emerald-cut quartz weighing a total of approximately 23.15 carats, round-cut citrine weighing a total of approximately 6.00 carats, oval-shaped green tourmaline cabochons weighing a total of approximately 4.85 carats, accented by round-cut pink and green tourmaline weighing a total of approximately 0.80 carat, an emerald-cut amethyst weighing approximately 1.10 carats, and a pink tourmaline cabochon weighing approximately 0.25 carat, complemented by round and baguette-cut pink, yellow, and blue sapphires weighing a total of approximately 0.35 carat, set in 18k gold, marked B. Kieselstein-Cord. Gross weight 186.90 grams.
    Dimensions: 5-1/2 inches x 1-3/4 inches

    Condition Report*: Colored Gems:
    Type(s): rose & rock crystal quartz, citrine, amethyst, pink & green tourmaline, pink, yellow & blue sapphires
    Shape(s): cabochon, cut-cornered rectangle, emerald, and round -cuts
    Count: 26 - 50
    Avg Quality: Good


    Overall Condition: Very Good
    Condition Notes: A truly remarkable cuff with a fantastic array of gemstones. Cuff is hinged for easy access to the wrist. Marked 1997 750 18K. Rose quartz measure 8.50 x 6.55 x 4.00 mm to 19.05 x 15.15 x 7.00 mm. Quartz measure 7.70 x 5.50 x 3.70 mm to 15.50 x 11.80 x 9.00 mm. Citrine measure 9.60 - 9.70 x 6.75 mm. Tourmaline cabochons measure 8.80 x 7.00 x 3.15 mm to 9.15 x 7.10 x 3.30 mm. Round tourmaline measure 3.65 - 3.75 mm.
    Kieselstein-Cord: American artist Barry Kieselstein-Cord’s remarkable jewelry designs made their grand appearance in 1973, introduced by Georg Jensen, New York. His work took both the jewelry and art world by storm. An immediate success, Kieselstein-Cord’s sculptural designs set him up as the driving force propelling jewelers’ art in America. He works in green and black matte finished silver, gold and platinum, creating whimsical animal, heart, cross, sun and moon compositions. Regardless of the form: jewelry, belts, eyewear or accessories, Barry Kieselstein-Cord focuses on metal craft with stones acting as a secondary component. He has built an enormous designer-owned fine jewelry company, selling his distinctive merchandise internationally as well as in the United States. The winner of numerous awards, some of his designs can be found in Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the Louvre in Paris as well as prominent private collections.

    *Heritage Auctions strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Heritage regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Heritage. All lots offered are sold "AS IS".

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    September, 2016
    26th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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