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    GREAT COLLECTION OF TIFFANY AT SOTHEBY’S NEW YORK

    Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

    One of the greatest collections of Tiffany and prewar design to appear at auction will come up at Sotheby’s in New York on May 19.  The sale  of the Warshawsky collection, assembled by the Chicago based Ray Warshawsky from the late 1960’s to the early 1990’s, features works of rich quality and luminosity of colour.  He assembled an encyclopedic collection of Tiffany which spans every artistic discipline of the firms production.

    UPDATE: The Collection totalled $7,951,125 with 98.6% of all lots sold. Fierce demand for the collection’s many treasures drove more than three-quarters of all 138 lots on offer to exceed their pre-sale high estimates.

    Tiffany Studios - Elaborate Peony Lamp c1910 ($600,000-900,000).

    Tiffany Studios – Elaborate Peony Lamp c1910 ($600,000-900,000).  UPDATE: THIS WAS UNSOLD

     

    Tiffany Studios River of Life Window, (1915) ($200,000-300,000).

    Tiffany Studios River of Life Window, (1915) ($200,000-300,000).  UPDATE: THIS SOLD FOR $394,000

    TIFFANY DIAMONDS AT O’REILLY’S, FRANCIS ST., DUBLIN

    Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

    A Tiffany diamond dress ring from 1964 at O'Reilly's, Francis St., Dublin. (click on image to enlarge) UPDATE: IT MADE 12,600

    This Tiffany diamond dress ring from 1964 on the left is one of the highlights at the first 2011 jewellery sale at O’Reilly’s of Francis St., Dublin.  The sale takes place on Wednesday, February 2 at 1 p.m.  The ring, complete with its original receipt, is estimated at 10,000-12,000.

    A c1870 mourning brooch at O'Reilly's. (click to enlarge) UPDATE: IT SOLD FOR 700

    It features antique and modern jewellery.  The example on the right is a Victorian mourning brooch dating from around 1870.  It is mounted in gold with a seed pearl surround and estimated at 700-800 euro.

    The 319 lots sale includes engagement rings, diamond solitaires, a three stone diamond ring,  bracelets, pendants, earrings, watches and gold jewellery.  There is a small selection of Irish antique and later silver along with collectables and paintings.