Fresh as ever

For once, all that glitters is indeed gold: our items of jewellery from bygone times almost outsparkle the sun.

THE BIG TREND
Vintage or pre-loved watches and jewellery are our theme in this issue: in her blog, our expert Dörte Herold places watches in context, sheds light on their background and brings out important details.

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FIVE PARTS, BUT ONE-OF-A-KIND
Parure, Schlegel und Plana (1980s): yellow gold 750, set with coloured stones and diamonds.
Length necklace 38 cm, Length ear clips 4.3 cm, Rng size 55, Length watch 16 cm
CHF 37,500

DELICATE, BUT STRIKING
Piaget, Ref. 5175 (1950s): red gold 750, 20 mm, manual winding
CHF 3500

FIERY, BUT COOL
Bangle, unsigned (1950s): yellow gold 585, set with tourmalines and diamonds, inside length 16 cm,
CHF 7500

Ring, unsigned (1950s): yellow and white gold 585, set with a tourmaline and diamonds, ring size 55
CHF 3500

SIMPLE, BUT EXQUISITE
Patek Philippe, Ellipse, Ref. 3958 (1987): yellow gold 750, 31 x 35.5 mm, automatic movement,
CHF 18,800

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