Siegelson NY : A treasure of historical and contemporary jewelry

Millicent Rogers - She wears the heart brooch by Paul Flato. Photo by Horst P. Horst, Vogue 1939

Millicent Rogers – She wears the heart brooch by Paul Flato. Photo by Horst P. Horst, Vogue 1939

Precious stones, diamonds, antique jewelry and contemporary art objects and new collections by Siegelson New York. The protagonist of the international jewelry scene, Lee Siegelson belongs to the third generation of a family of gem and jewelry dealer, whose attentive eye to the rarity and uniqueness of jewelry or a valuable object made him  an authority in this area.

From the masterpieces of the nineteenth century to Art Nouveau and Art Deco, up to the most contemporary masterpieces represented by such illustrious names as Michelle Ong and Daniel Brush. Siegelson NY from 1920 offers the most comprehensive and expert jewelry services, without ever losing sight of the guidelines that combine aesthetics, knowledge, research and experience.

Paul Flato, New York, 1938 ca. - Ruby, sapphire, yellow diamond and enamel Heart brooch. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Paul Flato, New York, 1938 ca. – Ruby, sapphire, yellow diamond and enamel Heart brooch. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Daniel Brush, New York, 1991 - Artistic pink bakelite, ruby and diamond Jellybean bracelet. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Daniel Brush, New York, 1991 – Artistic pink bakelite, ruby and diamond Jellybean bracelet. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Fulco di Verdura for Paul Flato - Aquamarine and ruby necklace sketch, New York, 1935. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Fulco di Verdura for Paul Flato – Aquamarine and ruby necklace sketch, New York, 1935. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Juliette Moutard for René Boivin, Paris, 1939 - Starfish earclips with rubies and amethysts

Juliette Moutard for René Boivin, Paris, 1939 – Starfish earclips with rubies and amethysts

Maurice Coüet for Cartier, Paris, 1920 ca. - Art Déco citrine, ebonite, diamond and enamel Mystery clock. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Maurice Coüet for Cartier, Paris, 1920 ca. – Art Déco citrine, ebonite, diamond and enamel Mystery clock. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Siegelson - Fire opal and diamond necklace, Siegelson collection. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Siegelson – Fire opal and diamond necklace, Siegelson collection. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Boucheron, Paris, 1937 - Platinum and diamond wristwatch. Photo courtesy Siegelson

Boucheron, Paris, 1937 – Platinum and diamond wristwatch. Photo courtesy Siegelson

 

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