English Silverplate Fountain 1/7
This monumental English silverplate fountain was specifically designed for use inside the home. Modeled as an athénienne, the fountain is crafted in the Beaux-Arts style with an elaborate triple terminal of trumpet blowing Nereids, or sea nymphs
English Silverplate Fountain
Fancy Vivid-Yellow Orange Diamond Bypass Ring 2/7
This exceptional bypass ring beautifully showcases two captivating fancy vivid yellow-orange diamonds weighing 1.76 and 1.55 carats.
Fancy Vivid-Yellow Orange Diamond Bypass Ring
Venice at Twilight by Stefan Bleekrode 3/7
Depicting the city of Venice at twilight, the drawing reveals Dutch artist Stefan Bleekrode's extraordinary talent for capturing light and atmosphere using only shades of gray, while his remarkable level of detail truly brings this city to life.
Venice at Twilight by Stefan Bleekrode
Swiss Grande Sonnerie Quarter-Repeater Pocket Watch 4/7
Housed in an intricately decorated 18K yellow gold case and boasting a complex movement, this Swiss grande sonnerie quarter-repeater pocket watch is a masterpiece both inside and out. Its full hunter case is hand engraved with two scenes: a gaucho spinning a lasso on horseback on the front cover in pursuit of two rheas depicted on the back.
Swiss Grande Sonnerie Quarter-Repeater Pocket Watch
19th-Century Northern Italian Hobnail Safe 5/7
A pièce de résistance of mechanical complexity and exceptional craftsmanship, this fully functioning Italian hobnail safe dates to the turn of the 19th century and was one of the most secure means by which valuables could be stored.
19th-Century Northern Italian Hobnail Safe
Orangy-Yellow Sapphire Ring 6/7
Sitting at the center of this ring is a breathtaking 15.83-carat orangy-yellow sapphire. With its stunning beauty and monumental size, this cushion-shaped gem displays amazing clarity and a highly saturated golden hue.
Orangy-Yellow Sapphire Ring
The Peacock Garden, Monticelli 7/7
Standing nearly 6 feet high, this spectacular oil on canvas by the French painter Adolphe Joseph Thomas Monticelli is impressive in both provenance and artistry. Entitled The Peacock Garden, it is one of a series of six panels ordered by Empress Eugenie for the Palais des Tuileries.