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Snakes
The symbolism of snakes has evolved throughout history: Egyptians viewed them as a representation
of power; in Rabbinical tradition and Hinduism, the snake represents passion and desire;
while the Romans interpreted the snake as a symbol of everlasting love. The Victorian
era incited a new interest in snake motifs in jewelry after Prince Albert proposed to Queen Victoria
of England with an engagement ring which was styled as a snake with an emerald-set head.
Hemmerle Colored Diamond Snake bracelet
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FEATURED

New
Arrivals

An Art Deco Diamond Bracelet, -----
by Cartier, circa 1915
A Pair of Diamond and
Platinum Girandole
----- Earrings, circa
late 19th century

A Belle Epoque Diamond Necklace, -----
by Cartier, circa 1910-1912

An Asscher-cut Diamond Ring, -----
of approximately 1.75-2 carats,
within a pear shaped diamond frame

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FD HOLIDAY
Catalog
The holidays are once again upon us!
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ART AT FD
Pablo Picasso
La Tasse
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1921
charcoal and estompe on paper
measuring 9 1/8 x 13 1/2 inches (233 x 343mm)
signed and dated, lower right, Picasso/22-5-21
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NEWEST ARRIVALS

21st CENTURY MASTERS

A Pair of Old European-cut Diamond Cluster Ear Clips, of 23.00 carats, by SABBA
A Pair of Fancy Colored Diamond Stud Earrings, of 10.22 and 10.45 carats, set in copper and gold, by Hemmerle

RARE & VINTAGE

An Ancient Coin and Gold Bracelet, by Bulgari, circa 1985
A Old European-cut Diamond Cluster Cuff Bracelet

TIMEPIECES

A Gold ' Couscous' Bracelet Watch, by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 2000
A Black and White Enamel and Diamond 'Serpenti' Bracelet Watch, by Bulgari, circa 1960

CARTIER

An Art Deco Diamond Bracelet, by Cartier, circa 1925
A Pair of Diamond Spray Ear Clips, by Cartier, circa 1960

VAN CLEEF & ARPELS

A Pair of Emerald, Ruby and Diamond Ear Pendants, by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1970
A Pair of Emerald and Diamond Bird Ear Clips, by Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1970

ART & OBJETS

Art Deco Orientalist Box
A Sterling Silver and Gold Clock, by Cartier, circa 1930
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