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Treasure chest

The highlights from auctions and private purchases: our specialists have seized some veritable treasures.

Photos: Dave Nauli

Pieces from the past are timeless treasures

To ensure that the most beautiful things of the past continue to shine in the future, Beyer has run a department for antique timepieces since 1965, and a department for vintage jewellery since 2016.

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Brooch, maker mark EF (Vienna, 1960s):
Yellow gold, diamonds, rubies, nephrite and quartz, 12,800 francs

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Pendant, Paul Binder (Zurich, 1970s):
Yellow / white gold, brilliants (approx. 2.10 ct), black enamel, 9,300 francs

3  
Brooch, Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. (1973):
Yellow gold / platinum, yellow sapphire (approx. 35 ct) and diamonds (approx. 8 ct), 175,000 francs

4  
Patek Philippe, “Calatrava”, ref. 3537 (1972):
Yellow gold, 33 mm, manual winding, 16,900 francs

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Omega, “Marine CK 3635” (1940):
Stainless steel, 23x30 mm, manual winding, 12,400 francs

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Necklace (1990s):
Yellow / white gold, diamonds (approx. 0.15 ct), 5,800 francs

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Brooch, Erwin Paltscho (Vienna, 1960s):
Yellow gold, diamonds, coral and nephrite, 15,800 francs

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Table decoration, Cartier (1950s):
Silver-gilt, enamel, 2 pieces, 32,500 francs

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Fob watch, Longines (1903):
Yellow gold, enamel, 48 mm, manual winding, 15,900 francs

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Necklace, unsigned (late 19th century):
Silver plated with yellow gold, diamonds (approx. 8.50 ct) and seed pearls, 34,500 francs

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Rolex, chronograph ref. 4062 (approx. 1945):
Yellow gold, 36 mm, manual winding, 48,500 francs