The earliest known surviving jewel from Cartier,Katherine Purcell discusses an extraordinary gold parure in the archaeological taste which was retailed by Louis-François Cartier and is the earliest known jewel to have come from the firm.
Posy Ring InscriptionsA record of inscriptions engraved on posy rings which have been in Wartski's stock.
The Imperial Constellation Egg by FabergéThe design source for the unfinished and last Fabergé Imperial Easter egg
A Gift from Prince Albert to Queen VictoriaGiovanni Massa retells the extraordinary story behind this Royal gift.
The Third Imperial Easter EggGiven by Alexander III Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russia's to Empress Marie Feodorovna for Easter 1887.
TEFAF New York Online: Featured ObjectKatherine Purcell and Thomas Holman discuss an extraordinary cameo brooch by the Parisian master jeweller Louis Wiese.
The Soberton Armlet,An Important and rare late bronze age solid gold penannular bracelet, late Bronze Age (c.1100-800 BC)
The Hitchin RingWartski acquire an Important Anglo-Saxon Ring, discovered by a metal detectorist under a rosebush in Hitchin, in May 1977.
Of gold masks, bronze mirrors and brass bracelets: Analyses of metallic artefacts from Samdzong, Upper Mustang, Nepal 450–650 CE.We are immensely proud of Wartski specialist Giovanni Massa, who has recently published this MSc thesis.
‘Les Emaux Cloisonnés Anciens et Modernes.’We are delighted to announce that the lavishly bound author’s copy of ‘Les Emaux Cloisonnés Anciens et Modernes’ by Philippe Burty, first unveiled at TEFAF Maastricht, has been acquired by the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.