These designer jewelry pieces resemble animals – and are delightful! (OK, one is a reptile. We cheated a bit.)
They can all be found at Botier Inc. (in Gallery #15).
Clockwise from top left:
- Buccellati Midcentury Sterling Silver Turtle Box. Circa 1950-60s. The shell of the turtle is removable and the inside can be used for storage.
- David Webb 18 Karat Gold and Enamel French Poodle Cufflinks. 18K yellow gold and enamel (black on head and red for the eyes)
- Cartier Diamond Emerald and 18 Karat White Gold Elephant Mother Brooch. Resembles an elephant and its child, features high grade round brilliant cut diamonds, with emeralds as the eyes of the elephants.
- Cartier Emerald Enamel 18 Karat Gold Giraffe Brooch. Fine emerald and enamel on 18K yellow gold brooch by Cartier, resembling a giraffe, with brown enamel spots and emerald eyes and 18K gold setting.
To inquire about these items – or see others – contact Botier Inc. in Gallery #15.
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