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Cartier Tutti Frutti Bracelet to Lead Bonhams Sale

Nov 10, 2020 6:58 AM   By Rapaport News
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A Tutti Frutti bracelet by Cartier is set to go under the hammer at Bonhams in Hong Kong this month, with a high estimate of HKD 2.8 million ($361,105).

The piece, which features a carved foliate emerald center stone in a diamond and sapphire frame, contains a band set with rubies, emeralds and sapphires. It will headline the November 28 Jewels and Jadeite sale, Bonhams said last week.

“The Tutti Frutti jewelry by Cartier — particularly the bracelet — is undoubtedly the most desirable Art Deco design for collectors worldwide, and is exceedingly rare at auction,” said Leslie Roskind, head of jewelry for Hong Kong at Bonhams. “Every Tutti Frutti bracelet is unique, but they all represent Cartier’s legendary and timeless legacy.”

The auction house will also offer a pair of earrings with rubies, diamonds and jadeite hoops of imperial green color, with vivid saturation. The set has a high estimate of HKD 6 million ($773,827). Other notable items include an untreated 10-carat Colombian emerald and diamond ring, valued at HKD 3.7 million to HKD 5 million ($477,187 to $644,847), and a pair of Colombian emerald and diamond earrings with a high estimate of HKD 2.8 million ($361,105). 

Image: The Cartier Tutti Frutti bracelet. (Bonhams)
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