11 June 2009
PROPERTY FROM AN AMERICAN COLLECTOR
A SUITE OF EMERALD, RUBY AND GOLD JEWELRY, BY DAVID WEBB
Comprising a necklace, the front set with an oval-shaped carved cabochon emerald of foliate motif, to the neckchain designed as a series of hammered 18k gold 'figure-8' links, spaced by a graduated series of bezel-set oval cabochon rubies and carved cabochon emeralds; and a pair of ear clips, each set with a pear-shaped carved emerald within a two-tiered hammered 18k gold surround, mounted in 18k gold, necklace 27½ ins., (the front may be detached and worn as a choker, 14½ ins., or as a bracelet, 7 ins.)
Each signed Webb for David Webb (2)
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Please note that this lot cannot be worn as a bracelet.
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