Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from New York Times

The Glittering Legacy of Elizabeth Taylor

New York Times-Sep. 12, 2011
But the necklace that the pearl dangles from is equally extraordinary: historic Indian ... Other pieces, like Bulgari's Cleopatra-inspired Art Deco-style sapphire ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Daily Mail

Liz Taylor's jewels fetch $115millon as famous La Peregrina pearl ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 13, 2011
The necklace was made to display a historic pearl known as 'La Peregrina', which Burton .... They include an art deco bracelet and a white and gold diamond.

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Forbes

Graff Diamond Ring, Bulgari and Private Collections Highlight ...

Forbes-Oct. 27, 2011
Also for sale will be a diamond and yellow gold necklace estimated at $73,000 ... row cultured pearl, pink tourmaline and diamond necklace with cultured pearl, ... A group of Period and Art Deco jewels featured in the sale is highlighted by a ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from ArtfixDaily (press release)

Van Cleef & Arpels Shines at Weschler's; Fanny Elssler as 'La ...

ArtfixDaily (press release)-Oct. 5, 2011
... necklace, which fetched $38,775; a platinum, diamond and South Sea pearlfloral ... Standouts among the American & European Fine Art session included a ...

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