The last days I haven't had time to be so much in my garden, I´m working with Jewellery at the Auction House Bukowskis in Stockholm.
Just now it is the viewings of the items for the big Classic Spring Auction, and I found a lot of flowers there as well, real ones and on ceramic, paintings, textiles and jewellery off course!
Porcelain, Meissen 1890's
"Woman a la Japonaise" by Léon Francois Comerre (1850-1916)
At the entrance, a Swedish Rococo Bureau by Christian Linning (1744-1779) flanked by white roses
3 paintings by Swedish artist Olle Hjortzberg
1850-90's iron garden urn by Swedish Bolinders filled with flowers at the entrance
A 51cm high Chinese Nefrite Jade carving
A late 18's Diamond pin
Detail of one of famous Swedish artist Alexander Roslin´s paintings, painted 1769 in Paris "Marie Anne Eléonore Le Planquois" with delicate roses in the hair
A Diamond pin, probably earlier a piece of a tiara
A Fantastic Pocketwatch in the shape of a Peach, late 17th´s by Ilbery of London and a Swedish Gold & Diamond Perfume Flacon
Flower details on Various Chinese Porcelain from Swedish collections
Detail from a floor clock made in Stockholm by Nils Berg (1751-94) & from a Täbris/Indian Carpet
A Wonderful landscape by my Finnish favorite Helene Schjerfbeck painted 1894 "Cypresser Fiesole"
Detail from another beautiful landscape "Waterfalls" painted by Swedish artist Gunnar Widforss 1912
A Cartier Jadeite & Burmese Ruby Pendant with carved flowers and bamboo!
And a carved Jadeite Pendant
Detail from a carpet
Detail of a 1633/34 painting by artist Hendrick de Fromantiou
Diamond & Platina Pin made by K.Andersson in Stockholm 1938
Details with Moonstones in a large collier
My favorite Chinese Qing Dynasty painting, a lady with a Orchid
And Finally my favorite piece of Jewellery in this auction, an amazing bespoke Daisy ring by Danish George Jensen
Containing a Untreated Sapphire and D Flawless Diamonds, Stunning!
I also have fantastic fragant real Peonies next to my workspace in the Jewellery saloon and with that do I wish You a fantastic week, Per!