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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 Cushion-cut Diamond and Patinated Gold Bangle Bracelet, by Hemmerle
A Turquoise and Diamond Ring, by SABBA

RARE & VINTAGE

A Gold and Diamond Serpenti Bracelet, by Bulgari, circa 1960
A late 19th Century Pyramidal Amethyst and Gold Bangle 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

Art Deco Diamond Collar Necklace, by Cartier, circa 1925
Amethyst, Turquoise and Diamond Ear Clips, by Cartier, circa 1950

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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