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The first of Leonard Joel’s three annual Important Jewels auctions in Sydney is expected to take place on 24 April. | Source: Leonard
The first of Leonard Joel’s three annual Important Jewels auctions in Sydney is expected to take place on 24 April. | Source: Leonard

Anticipation building for opening Leonard Joel auction of 2023

The first of Leonard Joel’s three annual Important Jewels auctions in Sydney is expected to take place on 24 April.

Headlined by pieces from Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co and designer David Webb, the auction offers collectors the chance to acquire pieces from some of the world’s leading designers.

Leading the collection is the currently trending 'Bird on a Rock' brooch designed in the 1960s by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co, headlined by a 60-carat citrine.

Hamish Sharma | Leonard Joel
Hamish Sharma | Leonard Joel
“We are pleased to partner with Deborah Symond O’Neil who will help us target and demystify the bidding process among her digital-savvy audience.”
Hamish Sharma, Important Jewels

Founder of Australian fashion retailer Mode Sportif, Deborah Symond O’Neil, has partnered with the auction house to promote the April auction. 

Leonard Joel’s head of Important Jewels, Hamish Sharma, said that reaching new audiences was a priority.

“We are pleased to partner with Deborah Symond O’Neil who will help us target and demystify the bidding process among her digital-savvy audience,” he explained.

“The culture of collecting has become more democratic and the auction room is no longer the exclusive playground of those in the know”.

Another important piece expected to hit the block is an 18-carat Bulgari sapphire and diamond necklace. Symond O’Neil said it was sure to generate tremendous interest.

“The moment I wore the Bulgari suite, I knew it was my favorite piece from the collection,” she said.

“The sapphires transform an outfit and make an incredible statement. The way the necklace falls is so unique, it’s simply magical.”

The collection will be previewed in Melbourne and Sydney prior to the auction which will take place at the Leonard Joel Woolahra showroom.

Above: Bird on a Rock

Above: Bulgari Necklace

Above: Bulgari EarringsAbove: Tiffany & Co Brooch

Above: Cartier Bracelet

Above: David Webb Earrings

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