- 10-8mm Black South Sea Cultured Pearl
- 2.20ct diamonds
- 18K white gold
Mikimoto’s Aurora Necklace plays with both shape and color to emulate nature’s electrical phenomenon in which the design was named after. Much like an aurora, this design bursts with color as it incorporates Black South Sea cultured pearls ranging from hues of green to midnight black, and is set amongst rainbow-colored sapphires. The pearls featured vary in shape, some teardrop and some spherical, and are set on a silhouette that mimics the formation an aurora’s lights streaming across the sky.
This limited and numbered edition Happy Sport watch sparkles with femininity. Stunningly crafted from stainless steel with a diamond-set bezel, its curved lines and daring unconventionality are perfectly Chopard. The blue mother-of-pearl dial richly accentuates the Roman numerals and finely crafted details, while Chopard's signature moving diamonds playfully dance in a joyful display of light. Featured on a Stainless Steel bracelet, it also comes with two additional alligator straps in blue and white for added versatility. The timepiece is presented in an exclusive gift box. LIMITED AND NUMBERED EDITION OF 100 PIECES EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE UNITED STATES. Chopard medium limited edition automatic watch from the Happy Sport Collection.
- 36mm round stainless steel case and hardware
- Four-link bracelet strap with deployant clasp
- Pavé diamond bezel; 1.96 total carat weight
- Blue mother-of-pearl dial with Roman numerals and baton hour markers
- Seven diamond bezels float under case window; 0.35 total carat weight
- 45 total diamonds; 2.31 total combined diamond carat weight
- Sapphire winding crown; 0.17 total carat weight
- Self-winding mechanical Swiss movement
- Three hands; date window at 4:30
- Approx. 42 hour power reserve
- Water resistant to 3 ATM
This regal piece can be a great addition to your personal jewelry collection. Dimensions: 28x 17mm, band is 10mm tapered to 5mm.
- Opal: (Ethiopian) Marquise Shape 19x19mm 4.20 Carats
- Pink Sapphires: 39 Round Cut 1.5mm @.03 pts each, 1.7 Carats
- 12 Round Cut .06mm @.01 pts. Each . 12 points
- Diamonds: 142 Round Cut VS1/VS2 Clarity, F/G Color 1.84 Carats
- 4x .05 Pts., 12x.04 Pts.
- All Diamonds are full cut and matching
- Custom mad mounting is 14.2 Grams 18k White Gold
This unworn Panerai Luminor 1950 features: Panerai patented crown protector. Black alligator strap with stainless steel tang buckle. Exhibition sapphire case back. Stainless steel sloped bezel. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Black dial with luminous inlay hour markers and hands. 8 Days GMT 24H Watch PAM233 PAM00233. Manual-winding movement. Caliber P.2002, 21 jewels, Glucydur balance, 28,800 alternations/hour. KIF Parechoc anti-shock device. Power reserve 8 days with linear indicator, three barrels, seconds reset device. Stainless steel cushion shaped case 44.0 mm in diameter. Arabic numerals at 6 and 12. 24 hours GMT scale on the outer rim. Luminescent hands and markers. Seconds and 24h indicator at 9 o’clock, linear power reserve indicator at 6. Date display at the 3 o'clock aperture. Includes: Panerai box, papers and extra strap. Retail Value: $12,300.00 Generously donated by Panarai Watches
Acclaimed jeweler, Julia Post, was gifted with a keen eye for detail. Her creations are all reflective of this rare talent, and include strikingly uncommon constructions fashioned with the finest gemstonesExceptional and stunningly beautiful 25 GM, 18K rose gold "Butterflies in Flight" bracelet with Yellow, Blue, Black and White Diamonds. Diamond count 3.89Cts A resident of Laguna Beach, the designer’s inspiration for her jewelry line came from her love of collecting pieces of vintage jewelry and stones while traveling throughout Europe and the Far East. Julia Post Jewelry has been used by Hollywood stylists for their clients and has been featured on the Red Carpet. The line has also been featured in magazines such as Orange Coast Magazine, Riviera Magazine, Utah Bride, Laguna Beach Magazine, Coast Magazine and has been worn by the stylish throughout Southern California and beyond. Value: $12,000.00 Generously donated by Julia Post Jewelry
This stunning Spirit Animals octopus queen pendant is composed of carved moose antler and 18k yellow gold with .09 carat total weight diamonds. About Katey Brunini: Katey Brunini creates fine jewelry that embodies the power and grace of nature. Whimsical and poetic, Katey’s signature collections include: Twig, Vertebrae, DNA, Skipping Stones, Spider Web, Objects Organique, Spirit Animals and Body Armor. Her jewelry is made with poetry laced in its shapes. Katey’s talents have long been recognized across the industry. Katey has received the Women’s Jewelry Association Award of Excellence in Design, the American Gem Trade Association’s Editors’ Choice Spectrum Award, the International Pearl Design Competition Award, the MarCom Platinum Award for website design, and many other honors.
Generously donated by K. Brunini Jewels
Inspired by the beauty of the ocean's seascapes and the colorful creatures of the underwater world, this ring is hand carved, cast in gold, and features a dazzling spectrum of gems and pearls. This perfect 10mm Tahitian Pearl is surrounded by 1.2 ct Ceylon Blue Sapphires and is set in 18k gold. Size 7 Value $6,800.00 Generously donated by Kimberlin Brown
Porsche Design watches go beyond a mere co-branding exercise and instead carry the design DNA and philosophy of the company’s founder, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. There is no arguing that over its 40+-year history; it has produced some revolutionary, collectible and important watches. To understand Porsche Design watches, you must, as with so many things, go back to its beginnings. In 1963, the Porsche car company introduced its latest model, the 911, at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The car was the successor to the brand’s popular but aging model 356 and featured newer, more minimalist design language, penned by Ferdinand Alexander “Butzi” Porsche, the son of the company’s founder. Of course, we don’t need to remind anyone about the success of the 911 which, along with James Bond films, has endured as a true cultural icon that has evolved but still retains its perfect original form. Form is an important concept to all designers. In 1972, he founded Porsche Design and his first product was a wristwatch. It’s hard to believe that before 1972, there were no black watches, given today’s ubiquity of PVD, DLC and ceramic timepieces. So when Porsche Design introduced an austere chronograph in a black steel case with black bracelet, it was a sensation. 40+ years later, the watch still looks remarkably contemporary with its utilitarian, almost severe, layout. The thoroughly modern P'6620 Dashboard Chronograph watch is a fine timepiece for daily wear. This watch is presented in a light-weight titanium case and features the signature simplistic look that we came to love since the industrial design subsidiary of the famous carmaker began to churn out its flawless objects of contemporary art. Chronograph / Black dial with Arabic numerals, titanium case & bezel, black caoutchouc with folding buckle, 44 mm. Value: $6,581.00 Generously donated by the Change a Life Foundation
The Flat Six series derives its name from the six-cylinder Boxer engines which played a major role in establishing the world-wide reputation of the Porsche name. Porsche Design watches go beyond a mere co-branding exercise and instead carry the design DNA and philosophy of the company’s founder, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. There is no arguing that over its 40+-year history; it has produced some revolutionary, collectible and important watches. To understand Porsche Design watches, you must, as with so many things, go back to its beginnings. In 1963, the Porsche car company introduced its latest model, the 911, at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The car was the successor to the brand’s popular but aging model 356 and featured newer, more minimalist design language, penned by Ferdinand Alexander “Butzi” Porsche, the son of the company’s founder. Of course, we don’t need to remind anyone about the success of the 911 which, along with James Bond films, has endured as a true cultural icon that has evolved but still retains its perfect original form. Form is an important concept to all designers. In 1972, he founded Porsche Design and his first product was a wrist watch. It’s hard to believe that before 1972, there were no black watches, given today’s ubiquity of PVD, DLC and ceramic timepieces. So when Porsche Design introduced an austere chronograph in a black steel case with black bracelet, it was a sensation. 40+ years later, the watch still looks remarkably contemporary with its utilitarian, almost severe, layout. Porsche Design Flat Six Automatic Black PVD Coated Stainless Steel Men's Watch Model # 6351.43.04.0275 / P.6351.43.04.0275. This watch is presented in a Sandblasted/Polished circular brushed pvd coated stainless steel case and bracelet, Black PVD bezel with 12 hour scale, Black Carbon Fiber dial set with silver tone & luminous hand indicators, silver tone & luminous Arabic Numeral hour markers, Continuously sweeping second hand. Date display at the 3 o'clock position, Scratch resistant sapphire crystal protects the dial, Screw down crown, Transparent Case back, Swiss Automatic Self-winding movement, Sellita Calibre SW200-1, Porsche Design Rotor, 21 Jewels, 11 1/2 lignes, 28,800 A/h, 38 hour power reserve, Water resistant to 10 ATM/100 meters/330 feet. Value: $6,323.00 Generously donated by the Change a Life Foundation
Designed and handcrafted by master jeweler and conservationist, Alexander Jewell. 18K yellow gold with approximately 1.5 carats fine quality reverse set diamonds and a cabochon sapphire eye. Dimensions: 3″ x 1 1/4″ About Alexander Jewell: A nature lover and conservationist, Frank Alexander Jewell’s designs capture nature’s beauty, delicacy, and intricacy. His jewelry is sensual and organic, at once free-flowing and meticulously sculpted. Jewell’s innate artistic sensibility drew him to design at a young age and he found his expression in the creation of fine jewelry, a passion he has enjoyed for over thirty years. Jewell was trained in the artisanal techniques of fine jewelry making by master jewelers including Sigi Orgler and Carlos Holub. Unlike commercial jewelry which is computer designed and produced, Jewell’s pieces are entirely handmade using only 18K eco-friendly gold and platinum, and conflict-free gemstones. Jewell has both the artistic vision and technical expertise to create exceptional and magical jewelry. Before establishing Alexander Jewell, Jewell crafted jewelry for some of the most prestigious houses including Henry Dunay, Kurt Wayne, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Mikimoto. He currently makes jewelry for several noted designers, his work adorning celebrities and socialites. His private client business affords him the greatest satisfaction as he enjoys sharing the creative process with his customers, designing and crafting one-of-a-kind custom jewelry. After over thirty years in the New York City area, Alexander Jewell moved his studio to Ventura County, CA where he is closer to the outdoors and wildlife that inspire him. When he’s not creating exquisite jewelry, Jewell is likely to be cooking a gourmet meal, hiking in the mountains or riding his Harley Davidson. Value: $5,700 Generously donated by Alexander Jewell
This beautiful jumbo baroque freshwater pearl necklace 18” styled with a zircon connector was hand crafted in Orange County. It is paired with matching earrings circled in zircon crystals. Value:$5,500.00 Generously donated by Cerise Casello
Uniquely set in ancient hand-woven metallic silk lace, this necklace features a breathtaking display of suspended rare antique gold-tone beads and hand dyed pearls. Nigerian-born artist and fine-jeweler, Shirley Ephraim, (one of the world’s last rare hand weavers) meticulously hand crafts this stunning body necklace over the course of several days. This limited, one-of a kind trademarked signature armor necklace is truly a work of art, distinctively creating the illusion of remarkably draped, free-floating elements along the body of its wearer. This piece is signed by the artist. About Shirley Ephraim: SHIRLEY EPHRAIM Fine Earth Jewelry is an intricately crafted collection of handmade fine jewelry inspired by the artistry of ancient hand weaving and lace making techniques. Reviving the old world luxury of precious and rare jewelry pieces, the SHIRLEY EPHRAIM Fine Earth Jewelry recalls early traditions in jewelry making. Luxurious silk fibers are hand-distressed, sculpted, and woven, creating sophisticated textures and shapes that adorn and effortlessly drape against the female form. Metals in the collection include reclaimed precious gold, 19th century sterling silver, and the artist’s signature hand-brushed, ancient lost-wax cast “Cire Perdue” brass and bronze. Shirley Ephraim is an established couture fine-jewelry designer whose collections have been featured in ITALIAN VOGUE, JCK, HAUTE LIVING and the Academy Award nominated film The Visitor. She has also designed exclusive capsule collections for Donna Karan Collection showcased during New York Fashion Week and sold at Bergdorf Goodman, Donna Karan London, and Milan. The collection has been showcased during Paris Fashion Week during Vendôme Luxury at the world renowned Plaza Vendôme. Shirley Ephraim has also partnered with The Nature Conservancy to raise awareness and funds to help protect the Coral Triangle, home to more than half of the world's endangered coral species and reefs. As well as a women's artisan Fair Trade Collective in the Philippines who skillfully hand craft the distinctive SHIRLEY EPHRAIM Fine Earth Jewelry “Carton-Pierre” (French for 'stone carton') packaging. Partnerships as these provide these women with economic security from fair wages, better living conditions, and access to an education. Value: $5,000.00 Generously donated by Shirley Ephraim
It is often said that beauty is symmetry, and our stunning Sterling Silver Ruthenium Plated Sea Urchin and Sea Star bangle celebrates the naturally occurring sacred geometry of these two sea creatures. Value: $1,650.00 Generously donated by Susan Rockefeller
An intimate observer of nature, Kimberlin Brown’s passion is revealed through the unique organic shapes she uses in her designs as well as her reverence for natural aesthetics. From the Coral Collection, these beautiful and delicate Sea Fan Coral earrings feature oxidized silver and set with mandarin, pink, and yellow sapphire rubies. Value: $1,070.00 Generously donated by Kimberlin Brown
It is often said that beauty is symmetry, and our stunning Sterling Silver Ruthenium Plated Sea Urchin ring celebrates the naturally occurring sacred geometry of this sea creature. Value: $575.00 Generously donated by Susan Rockefeller
Discover the healing power of the beautiful stone bracelets #1 Persian Blue Moonstone and Clear Calcite: Calming effect to release stress. #2 Ocean Blue Jade: Creates harmony in mind, body, and spirit. #3 Blue Crazy Lace Agate and Persian Blue Moonstone: Strengthens the link between body and mind. Calming effect to relieve stress. #4 Malaysian Blue Jade: Balances your body’s chemistry, so anxiety disappears and keeps you calm at your center. #5 Blue Ocean Jasper: Brings the spirit of peace and letting go, of breathing deeply and consciously, attuning to Nature and being physically and spiritually present in one’s surroundings Value: $500 Generously donated by Stone Bracelets by Karen Caves