John Pye Luxury Assets are proud to auction four pieces from world renowned designer Theo Fennell in their forthcoming Bond Street jewellery auction. Notorious for his engaging, witty, and imaginative creations, Theo Fennell is one of the leading figures of jewellery design.
Theo Fennell was founded in 1982 on Chelsea’s Fulham Road, and has created bespoke jewellery for celebrities such as Elton John, Naomi Campbell and Liz Hurley. There are four iconic pieces up for offer in the auction, just in time for Christmas!
The first piece in the sale is a classic design from Theo Fennell, an 18ct gold ‘Diamond ‘Art’ pendant. The ‘Art’ collection was launched 20 years ago and this example is the ‘signature’ design of hundreds of variations of ‘arts’. Boasting approximately 3.65 carats of pave-set diamonds this beautiful pendant is bound to be on our bidders’ Christmas lists this year.
Lot 2 is a tourmaline and diamond ‘lips’ brooch. As the name implies, the gorgeous pinkish-red tourmalines have been carved into the perfect pout, complete with a brilliant-cut diamond surround and surmount.
Lot 3 is from one of the best-known Theo Fennell collections, the ‘Angel Key’ collection. The motif itself symbolises purity, goodness and spirituality. This ‘Angel Key’ is set in striking 18ct rose and white gold, with approximately 0.87 carats of pave-set diamonds adorning the key.
Finally, lot 4 is a classic 18ct gold diamond eternity ring. From the aptly named ‘Spangle’ collection, this stunning ring boasts approximately 1.90 carats of brilliant-cut diamonds.
These four pieces will go on view at our Marchington auction hub on Monday 18th December from 11am until 2pm, and in our Old Bond Street showroom on Thursday 21st December from 10am until 2:30pm. For further information about any of the lots in our forthcoming Bond Street jewellery auction, please contact the Luxury Assets Department.
“Jewellery and silverware should be engaging and often romantic as well as beautiful. Above all, it should give a thrill of pleasure every time it is looked at or worn.”
Theo Fennell Jewellery