Lot 112
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80000 - 100000 EUR
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Result : 512 000EUR
NECKLACE in platinum (900 thousandths) and yellow gold (750 thousandths) openwork and articulated, paved with small old-cut diamonds, adorned with half pearls of turquoise, tubular coral and onyx forming openwork rings, flat gadroons and caps, holding a "pompom" PENDANT following a larger size, holding turquoise pearls in pendants. Slight accidents or cracks. Signed CARTIER, Paris. Circa 1925. Length of the pendant: 7 cm Length: 36 cm - Gross weight: 45,7 g Provenance: Auction Tiroche, September 22 and 23, 2000: case of the Baroness Bathsheba of ROTHSCHILD. The necklace was the subject of the cover of the catalogue. Property of the buyer for 20 years. Private collection. Baroness Bathsheba of ROTHSCHILD (1914-1999), great-granddaughter of James Mayer ROTHSCHILD (1792-1868), daughter of the banker Baron Édouard Alphonse James de ROTHSCHILD (1868-1949), sister of Baron Guy de ROTHSCHILD (1909-2007). Philanthropist, dance enthusiast and woman of the arts, Baroness Bathsheba de ROTHSCHILD created the Israeli contemporary dance company that bears her first name, the world-famous BATHSHEVA Dance Company, in 1964, with Martha GRAHAM, artistic advisor and choreographer. Success was immediate and growing, even today throughout the world.
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