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Antique Jewelry: Appraisal & Auction

Silver, Sculpture, Decorative Arts & Jewelry

Prices Realized: Silver, Sculpture, Decorative Arts & Jewelry

Decorative Arts encompasses a wide range of categories of antiques. Bronze sculptures sold include Frederic Remington's "Broncho Buster," Carl W.E. Milles' "Solglitter," and Harriet Frishmuth's "The Wave." We've also sold bronze sculptures by F. Macmonnies, Russian artist Evgennil Lanceray, Alexander Proctor, and Carl Kauba, as well as marble sculptures by Raffaello Romanelli and the exquisite "West Wind" by Thomas Ridgeway Gould. Our Sterling Silver often features early American makers such as John Coney, Richard Humphrey, and others as well as decorative works by Tiffany and 18th century George III centerpieces, etc. A pair of monumental Meissen Armorial covered urns set a record-breaking price, capitalizing on Cottone's strong national and international clientele. Severes, KPM's, and fine jewelry round out the decorative category highlighted by gold and diamond offerings by Tiffany and Cartier.

Frederic Remington, Broncho Buster
Price realized: $600,000
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Two Majolica Plaques


5+ Carat Diamond Ring


Cottone Auctions is your go-to destination for exquisite jewelry and antique sterling silver artistry. Our appreciation for beauty and craftsmanship shines through in every piece we present. Get an assessment of antique jewelry with our expert antique jewelry appraisal services.

Our seasoned appraisers meticulously evaluate each piece, unveiling its rich history and intrinsic value. Whether you're an avid collector or a curious enthusiast, our antique jewelry appraisal services offer profound insights of vintage sterling silver.

Vintage jewelry has a unique charm that never goes out of style. At Cottone Auctions, our vintage jewelry appraisal experts skillfully assess the craftsmanship and history of each piece. Uncover the stories behind these timeless treasures and gain a deeper appreciation for the craftsmanship within each piece.

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