Antique & Estate Jewelry / Shows

All the ALVR Jewel Highlights in the Winter Show 2023


New York’s annual Winter Show is just around the corner. From Jan. 20 through 29, the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue) will host some of the country’s best art, antiques, and design objects as well as special events, luncheons, panel discussions, and more.

Among the exhibitors, and certainly one worth highlighting, is antique and estate jeweler A La Vieille Russie (ALVR): a family-owned-and-operated venture founded in Kyiv, Ukraine, in 1851 before establishing itself in New York in 1941, presently at 745 Fifth Avenue.

Known for specializing in the work of Carl Fabergé (who was once a client), ALVR has a vast Fabergé collection (including the late jeweler’s famous Imperial Easter eggs and pieces he made specifically for Romanov court members in Russia at the turn of the last century) as well as plenty of European and American antique jewels and objets d’art such as rare, 18th-century European snuff boxes (a jewelry enthusiast’s or art history buff’s dream).

Below, we’ve rounded up a few highlights that ALVR will be presenting at the upcoming Winter Show—from vintage Cartier to art deco coral, and one massive, statement-making bombé cluster ring. ALVR will showcase these pieces and more alongside Didier LTD, Simon Teakle, James Robinson, and other fine jewelry galleries during the show. Ticket prices range from $40 for day passes to $250 for collectors passes.

Moonstone cluster ring
Monumental bombé cluster ring, circa 1960, in gold with moonstones and diamonds, $18,500
Antique drop earrings
Late 18th–century Georgian drop earrings with 18.5 cts. t.w. old mine–cut diamonds, price on request
Jean Ete bracelet
Vintage Jean Été bracelet, circa 1970s, in gold with cabochon sapphires, yellow sapphires, and citrine, $55,000
Coral necklace
Art deco necklace, circa 1925, in platinum with coral and rose-cut diamonds, price on request
Cartier earrings
Cartier two-tone earrings in gold, $26,000
Cartier ring
Vintage Cartier ring (also shown at top), circa 1950, in gold with 16.61 ct. natural yellow sapphire and diamonds, price on request

Photos courtesy of A La Vieille Russie

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By: Annie Davidson Watson

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