James D. Julia, Inc.

Lamp & Glass Division
Upcoming Auction.
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This Platinum lady's ring has an oval natural pink pearl surrounded by 28 marquis cut diamonds with a total weight of approx. 1.96ct., and is accompanied by a GIA report stating the pearl is a natural salt water conch pearl. This beautiful piece is estimated at $7,500-$8,500 and is Lot 1308... View the entire catalog online
   
Notable Treasure
Lot 1315 is a Tiffany and Co. 18k yellow gold brooch with center turquoise cabochon and 12 round brilliant cut diamonds (total weight approx. 1.25ct) extending from the center within a band of enameled stylized floral forms done with pearlescent white enamel. Estimated at $4,000-$5,000.

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What's It Worth

What's it worth.
This phenomenal Burmese Ruby and Diamond 18k white gold lady's ring is set with a center oval cabochon ruby measuring 13.90 x 11.67 x 8.64mm with triangular cut diamonds on each side. Ring is accompanied by a prestige gemstone report from AGL. Estimated at $50,000-$70,000 - Lot 1322.

If you have a rare lamp or glass item and want to know "What's it Worth," please take a picture and email it to us at lg@jamesdjulia.com. We are always looking for consignments of rare and valuable items, as well as collections for our auctions.

 
Expanding into Antique and Estate Jewelry
The Lamp and Glass Department at James D. Julia's is very excited to be expanding their offerings of fine antique and estate jewelry. Jewelry has always been a nice fit along side the exceptional art glass and lighting Julia's is noted for. When Department Head Mike Fredericks took over the Lamp and Glass Department from the retiring Dudley Browne, he was determined to expand the quality and variety of jewelry. The upcoming June Lamp and Glass Auction is a testament to his success.

18K Gold Enamel and Emerald Tiger Brooch
18K Gold Enamel and Emerald Tiger Brooch
 Mario Buccellati Jabot pin
Mario Buccellati Jabot pin

The sale offers nearly 50 lots of exceptional and rare antique and estate jewelry, several pieces of which are accompanied by GIA, AGL or Gubelin reports testifying to the investment grade quality of these exquisite stones. Many of the jewelry rarities being offered in the June 18th sale come to us from a private New Jersey collection.

Do not miss this opportunity to acquire one or more of these fine gemstone pieces. Contact us today for additional information or to arrange for bidding in what is sure to be an extraordinary auction.

 Platinum Belle Époque Diamond Brooch
Platinum Belle Époque Diamond Brooch

At James D. Julia, Inc. we are always seeking high quality antiques of all types for our year-round auctions. We offer the best seller commission rates in the industry, as low as 0% for high value items and collections. Please contact us directly at 207-453-7125 (Maine office) or 781-460-6800 (Boston area office) to learn more or if you are considering consigning one item, an entire collection or an estate to auction. All inquiries are confidential and without obligation.
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