DAG’s Fall Luxury Auction Showcases Fine Jewelry and Vintage Couture

  • DALLAS, Texas
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  • October 30, 2014

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Art Deco Mauboussin platinum, diamond, emerald and black onyx bracelet, Estimate: $170,000-$200,000.00
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18K gold, diamond and emerald ring featuring a Zambian emerald, 4.65 cts., Estimate $40,000-$60,000.00
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Dallas Auction Gallery’s Fall Luxury Auction Showcase of Fine Jewelry and Vintage Couture, Wednesday, November 19th is the highly anticipated culmination of the gallery’s Fall Auction Season. A sensational collection of fine jewelry garnered from estates and individual collectors worldwide will begin the evening of bidding at 6:00 pm, CST. More than 300 lots of  jewelry will be offered from Art Deco to the Contemporary era, including diamond solitaires, timepieces and  gemstones by  designers and craftsmen such as Henry Dunay, Mauboosin, Cartier,  Georges Braque, Tiffany’s, Asprey, Harry Winston and Lalounis. As well, abundant lots from the contemporary collections of Chanel, John Hardy, David Yurman, Konstantino, and Judith Ripka.

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The Vintage Couture sale follows the Fine Jewelry on the same evening and features a beautifully edited collection of classic couture and contemporary luxury goods including handbags, furs, scarves and clothing from designers Chanel, Hermes, Valentino, Pucci, Lanvin, Oscar de la Renta, and Carolina Herrera.

 

“Our Fall Luxury Showcase has become one of DAG’s most popular sales.  We work all year to assemble this collection of dazzling jewelry pieces and collectible vintage couture items. There’s something to suit all tastes and budgets, and our clients anticipate the quality and timing of this sale so close to the holidays.   We are pleased to bring these treasures to market”.            

Emilio Pucci silk evening bag, Estimate: $500-$700.00
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                                                            DAG Director, Kathi Shuford, CPA, ISA-AM, GG

 

DAG owners, Kathi and Scott Shuford, strongly encourage new and novice auction buyers, as well as experienced veterans, to attend.

 

 “If you’ve ever attended one of our auctions, you are already familiar with the convivial atmosphere – we like to have fun while making money for our clients.  Come early to preview at 5:00, enjoy the Auction starting at 6:00, and hopefully go home with a treasure!  Regardless, you will have a fun evening.

                                                                                     DAG President, Scott Shuford

 

Bidding is available live in the Gallery at 2235 Monitor Street, by phone, by absentee bidding or online through Dallasauctiongallery.com, bidsquare.com and liveauctioneers.com

 


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