The Glory Of Gold
 

An exhibition of gold jewellery from Ancient and Pre-Columbian times to modern day Italian design by Vendorafa.             

November 14th to November 23rd. Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm.
KOJIS, ROYAL EXCHANGE, BANK, EC3V 3LQ
royalexchange@kojis.co.uk  0207 283 9554

November 29th to December 7th . Monday to Saturday 10am to 8pm. Sunday, 12pm to 6pm.
KOJIS AT LIBERTY, REGENT STREET, W1B 5AH.
liberty@kojis.co.uk    0207 573 9593

ANCIENT JEWELLERY.

  1. An Hellenistic gold snake garnet ring, c. 2nd/1st cent. BC.
    Provenance; John Maitland collection 1988.                                            £5,000
     
  2.  A Byzantine gold earring/ pendant with glass beaded drops, c. 4th/5th cent. AD.
     ( modern hook)
     Provenance; John Maitland collection 1992.                                           £4,500
     
  3. A pair of Roman gold garnet and pearl earrings, c. 2nd/3rd cent.AD.
    ( modern hooks, pearls replaced).
    Provenance; John Maitland collection 1990                                             £3,950
     
  4.  A pair of Roman gold amethyst and pearl earrings, c. 2nd/3rd cent. AD
    ( pearls later).
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £4,500            
     
  5.  An exquisite Norman gold garnet ring, c. 11th cent. AD.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                    .                     £3,000   
     
  6.  A Roman gold garnet tear drop pendant, c. 2nd cent. AD,
     on later gold chain.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £1,500    
     
  7. A pair of Hellenistic gold earrings with animal head terminals (af).,
    c. 3rd/2nd cent. BC.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh;                    .                     £7,500 
     
  8. A Medieval English gold hoop ring, c. 12th/13th cent. AD
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £3,000
     
  9. A pair of Roman gold and pearl triangular earrings, ( pearls af),
    c. 2nd cent. AD.                                                                                       
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh;                                          £1,500 
     
  10. A Roman gold blue glass pendant, (loop later).            
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £1,250
     
  11. A pair of Ancient gold ‘leech’ earrings, c. 5th/4th cent.BC,
    North East Middle East, area of Syria.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £1,500  
     
  12. A Roman gold conch pearl pendant.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £3,000
     
  13. A Roman gold green glass necklace, ( later chain extension)
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                     £2,500    
     
  14. A pair of Roman gold dome earrings, (af), c. 2nd cent.AD.                       £750
     
  15. A pair of Roman twisted hoop earringsdecorated with repousse vine leaves,
    c.2nd/3rd cent.AD.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh; Jack Ogden.                      £1,750
     
  16. A Roman gold garnet ring.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                    .                      £1,950
     
  17. A Roman gold garnet ring, (af).                          
     Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                    .                     £1,500    
     
  18. A Hellenistic gold square pendant, c. 3rd/1st cent. BC.                       
     Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                                          £1,500     
     
  19. A Roman glass bead necklace on later silk braid, c. 2nd cent. AD
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh;The Lady Dale collection. £3,000                         
     
  20. A Roman silver ‘swastika’ brooch, c. 3rd cent. AD, (later pin).
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                     .                     £1,500
    The swastika was a sign of good omen.
     
  21. A pair of Roman gold and bead earrings, (af). , c. 2nd cent.AD.                                        
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh..                                          £1,500              
     
  22. A pair of Ancient gold and bead twisted wire earrings.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                                           £2,500       
     
  23. A Medieval gold ring.
    Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh.                                           £1,750   
     
  24. A Roman angel pendant, c. 2nd cent. BC.                                                £1,500
     
  25. A Roman gold pendant modelled as vine grapes.                                        £550

    Pre- Columbian Gold Jewellery.   
     
  26. A Birdman pendant, Disquis culture, c. 700-1500 AD, on later gold necklace.
    Provenance: Sotheby's New York, October 27 - 28, 1989 (lot 155)
    Count and Countess Guy de Boisrouvray, Neuilly sur Seine.
    Acquired prior to 1968.
    Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
    Exhibition History: Collection Unique d'Objets d‘Art d'Epoque Precolombìenne:
    Gubelin, Berrîe, June 11 - July 6, 1968.
    Bibliography: Collection Unique d'Objets d‘Art d'Epoque Precolombìenne
    Gubelin, Berne, 1968, no. 115.                                                                           £39,500
     
  27. A necklace of 13 gold stylized bird pendants, Calima, c. 200 BC to 200 AD, ona brown diamond necklace, est. 134 cts.
    Certificate of authenticity;Claudia Giangola, Ancient Art of The New World. £29,500
     
  28. Five stylized bird pendants, Calima, c. 200 BC to 200 AD, on later gold necklace.
    Certificate of authenticity;Claudia Giangola, Ancient Art of The New World  £15,000
     
  29. Five stylized crayfish pendants, Calima, c. 200 BC to 200 AD, on later gold necklace.
    Certificate of authenticity;Claudia Giangola, Ancient Art of The New World  £15,000
     
  30. A gold figural pendant, Calima, c. 200BC to 200 AD, on a Pre-Columbian gold necklace.
    Pendant;Certificate of authenticity;Claudia Giangola, Ancient Art of The New World  Necklace; Provenance; Sothebys New York.                                                                      £19,500      
     
  31. A Disquis gold frog pendant, c. 700 to 1450 AD.
    Provenance; Sotheby's New York, October 27 - 28, 1989 (lot 131)
    Count and Countess Guy de Boisrouvray, Neuilly sur Seine
    Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York                                                                 £9,500
     
  32. A Disquis gold deer pendant, c. 700 to 1450 AD.
    Provenance; Sotheby's New York, October 27 - 28, 1989 (lot 132)
    Count and Countess Guy de Boisrouvray, Neuilly sur Seine
    Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York                                                                  £9,500     
     
  33. A Disquis gold frog pendant, c.700 to 1450 AD.
    Provenance:Sotheby's New York, October 27 / 28, 1989 (lot 180)
    Count and Countess Guy de Boisrouvray, Neuilly sur Seine.
    Acquired prior to 1968.
    Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York
    Exhibition History:Collection Unique d'Objets d'Art d'Epoque Precolombienne:
    Gubelin, Berne, June 11 - July 6, 1968.
    Bibliography:Collection Unique d'Objets d'Art d'Epoque Precolombienne,
    Gubelin, Berne, 1968, no. 85.                                                                               £9,500
     
  34. A Pre-Columbian noseclip, with later pin conversion.                                         £4,500
     
  35. A Pre-Columbian nose ring.                                                                                 £2,500

    Antique , Vintage And Second Hand Jewellery
     
  36.  A gold ring with moss plasma agate intaglio, bust of Minerva wearing helmet and aegis.
     Provenance; Estate of the late Pat Kavanagh;.The Wellington Gems Exhibition June 1977; S. J. Phillips Ltd.; Jack Ogden.                                                                                                  £3,000
     
  37. A gold, black enamel and diamond cross, on later gold chain, 19th cent.            £5,700
     
  38. A bicolour gold bracelet, c.1940s                                                                         £2,950     
     
  39. A gold diamond snake bangle.                                                                              £2,250
     
  40. A gold baby ring.                                                                                                   £350.
     
  41. A pair of gold and diamond cufflinks.                                                                   £3,500
     
  42. A gold and emerald necklace by Epifanio, Rome.                                                 £3,500
     
  43. A gold cross by Kieselstein- Cord                                                                          £3,500 
     
  44. A gold pill box.                                                                                                       £1,950 
     
  45. A gold harmonica.                                                                                                   £850     
     
  46. A gold tara brooch.                                                                                                  £950
     
  47. A gold mesh bracelet.                                                                                              £1,750.
     
  48. A Victorian gold diamond marquis cluster ring.                                                      £3,750.
     
  49. A gold diamond three stone ring.                                                                             £3,950.
     
  50. A Georgian gold garnet necklace.                                                                            £4,950.

    Modern Italian Design Jewellery By Vendorafa
     
  51. Necklace;       £21,390
     
  52. Bracelet;        £11,500
     
  53. Earrings;          £3,395
     
  54. Ring;              £2,350
    Flora Uno suite
     
  55. Pendant;          £1,595
     
  56. Bracelet;         £8,395
     
  57. Earrings;         £3,500
     
  58. Ring;               £2,350
    Dune
     
  59. Bangle           £12,940
     
  60. Earrings           £4,395
     
  61. Ring                 £2,395
    Ovalini suite
     
  62. Necklace;     £16,675
     
  63. Bracelet;       £9,150
     
  64. Earrings        £3,350
     
  65. Ring;           £2,790
    Tutt’Oro
     
  66. Large bangle     £8,700
     
  67. Medium bangle £5,350
     
  68. Straight bangle £4,195
    Tutt’Oro domed suite
     
  69. Bangle;            £10,950
     
  70. Earrings;            £2,850
     
  71. Ring;               £2,250
    Tutt’Oro enamel suite
     
  72. Pendant;           £4,500
     
  73. Earrings;          £4,575
     
  74. Ring;               £2,250
    Foglie suite
     
  75. Necklace         £15,375 
     
  76. Bracelet            £8,950
     
  77. Earrings            £3,900
     
  78. Ring                  £2,460
    Virtuosi
     
  79. Brooch              £5,780
     
  80. Earrings             £2,450
     
  81. Ring                  £1,475
    Geometrica
     
  82. Bangle             £14,550
     
  83. Earrings            £4,950
    Tennis suite
     
  84. Ring                  £1,250
     
  85. Necklace          £14,650
     
  86. Bracelet             £8,700   
     
  87. Hoop earrings    £4,750
     
  88. Double ring       £1,695
     
  89. Two row ring     £2,975
    Tutt’oro
     
  90. Pendant              £3,500
     
  91. Brooch/pendant  £2,250
     
  92. Ring                      £950
     
  93. Earrings              £3,150
    Sphera.
     
  94. Pendant               £9,250