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1050 Second Ave New York City, NY 10022 , United States Call Seller 917.686.9732

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14K Gold, Ruby, and Aquamarine Study, "Birds and Nest in Cherry Tree" by Zadora

$ 57,000
  • Description
    14K gold, ruby, and Aquamarine study -"Birds and Nest in Cherry Tree" by Andreas Von Zadora Gerlof

    Depicting a mother and father bird and four baby offspring in the nest, each having carved citrine beaks, cabochon pink tourmaline eyes, rimmed in 14k gold. The nest is carved of rutilated smoky quartz. The cherry tree is mounted with a substantial amount of 14K yellow gold and accented with green beryl leaves and cherries rendered of carved hot pink tourmalines. Raised on a shaped base of smoky quartz on rocky crystal quartz base. Signed Zadora.

    Measures: 10" high x 7" wide x 4" deep

    Very good condition overall. Please note the sculpture is missing three green beryl leaves, very hard to notice if not examining extremely closely.

    Exhibition Provenance: "Objects of Desire, The Art in Sculpted Gemstones of Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof", The Forbes Magazine Galleries, November 1992.

    A nearly identical sculpture is published in: The Art of Zadora: America's Faberge, pages 58-59.

    Canadian-born artist Baron Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof, is a master of the stone carving art called Glyptography. Known simply as Zadora, the Baron is famous among an elite circle for creating naturalistic animal carvings and timepieces. His career in Decorative Arts has paralleled those of the historic ateliers of Johan Melchior Dinglinger, Benvenuto Cellini and Peter Carl Fabergé rather than any modern day jeweler. His private relationships with his patrons throughout the world make him a unique contributor to contemporary art history, undoubtedly influential, although rarely in public view.

    The first American exhibition of the artist's work was presented at the Forbes Magazine Galleries in New York in 1992 and his works have also been exhibited at the Park Avenue Armory for the benefit of the Wildlife Conservation.
  • More Information
    Origin: Germany
    Period: 1920-1949
    Materials: Gold
    Condition: Good. Very good condition
    Styles / Movements: Asian, Traditional
    Patterns: Abstract
    Incollect Reference #: 558465
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For four generations, Solomon Treasure has obtained a reputation for dealing in rare and important 18th – 19th century antiques and fine art.

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