For centuries jewelry has been a very important part of people’s appearance. In ancient time, the type of jewelry could tell a lot about person’s social status and the amount of money he owned. But various kinds of earrings, bracelets and necklaces most importantly played a decorative role. Such accessories could perfectly emphasize the person’s outfit and his or her beauty.
Featuring over 300 lots, Dreweatts’ Iconic Jewels & Treasures on Thursday 3rd December will present pieces from top designers including David Webb, Cartier and Bulgari. The sale, taking place at Ely House, London, will bring together a number of private collections that have in some cases remained unseen for decades.