April Jewels & Watches Auction by Fortuna

April Jewels & Watches Auction by Fortuna - MondaniWeb

April Jewels & Watches Auction by Fortuna

New York

United States

Mondani Web is extremely happy to present “April Jewels & Watches” Live Auction by Fortuna Auctions, the auction takes places in New York (Fortuna Showroom 608 5th Ave Ste 507) on April 8th.

This auction will be particularly exciting for collectors of diamonds and high-end brands alike!
The auction is led by a dazzling Important Natural Fancy Color and White Diamond Necklace. This eye-catching necklace is sure to make a statement with 67.39-carats worth of diamonds. This exceptionally luscious necklace, along with other fine estate jewels from esteemed houses—such as Cartier, David Webb, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co., are offered in abundance in the April Jewels & Watches auction, perfect for both discerning collectors and lovers of all things sparkly.

In this article, we show you the top lots to give you a preview of some of the best for sale.

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LOT 1005
Rolex Day-Date “President” in 18K Gold, 36 mm in diameter, circa 1965, Ref. 1803, Champagne pie pan dial with applied diamond hour markers. Dial is mint, with no signs of wear. Case is good, with minor scratches, signs of polishing and a dent on the side, to the right of the “4” hour marker. Movement is running at time of cataloging, however it was not tested for the accuracy of time and may need service at the buyer’s discretion.
LOT 1006
Omega Constellation Double Eagle in 18K Rose Gold, Serial number 80868760, 35 mm wide without crown, Matte antique white Dial with applied rose gold hour markers, date aperture at the “3” hour marker. 18K “Sedna” rose gold integrated bracelet with deployant clasp. The iconic integrated bracelet Omega “Manhattan” Constellation was introduced in 1982 to much consumer interest. Dial is in mint condition. Case is excellent with some minor scratches.
LOT 1008
DeGrisogono Instrumento Doppio in 18K Rose Gold, 37 mm wide x 60 mm lug-to-lug.
1st Dial: Black guilloche with applied Arabic numerals, big date aperture at the “12” hour marker and three chronograph subdials.
2nd Dial: Black guilloche dial with applied Arabic numerals, visible automatic rotor and visible balance wheel. Original black alligator strap with original DeGrisogono-signed deployant buckle in 18K gold. Dials are in mint condition. Case is in excellent condition, with some scratches visible.
LOT 1018
Piaget Polo in 18K Gold, circa 1980s, 25 mm wide, Gold dial with perlage minute markers and ribbed elements that match the bracelet design. 18K yellow gold integrated bracelet with fold-over clasp. Dial is in very good condition, with some hairlines under magnification. Accompanied by a Piaget hard case.
LOT 1021
Patek Philippe 3266/4 in 18K White Gold with Custom Bracelet,  circa 1966, 6mm wide x 20 lug-to-lug (head) 28.5 mm (with bracelet), Silver dial with applied baton hour markers, Custom-designed bracelet in 18K white gold. Dial is in excellent condition. The present example is double signed with “Freccero” on the dial, a luxury jeweler in Montevideo, Uruguay. It comes on a custom-designed bracelet in a free-form nest style with multicolored stones for a playful, pleasing look that is very 60s and very cool.Case is excellent, with scratches.
LOT 1024
Chopard Happy Sport Moon and Stars in Steel, Ref. 27/8239-42, Pink mother-of-pearl dial with printed Roman numerals, date aperture at the “6” hour marker, Pink Chopard-signed leather strap with Chopard-signed buckle in gold plate . Dial is in excellent condition. Case is excellent, with some scratches. The Chopard Happy Sport was launched in 1993 as the first stainless steel watch to have the legendary dancing diamonds under the crystal.
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