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Lot 89
Group of Coloured Jadeite, Gem-set and Diamond Jewellery, Wang Chin-lin
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Comprising: two sets of brooches and rings, one set of ring and brooch each modelled as a butterfly, the other set each modelled as a dragonfly, the wings set with oval jadeite cabochons of translucent honey yellow colour and icy material respectively, the abdomens of a pear-shaped cabochon chalcedony weighing approximately 2.50 carats, a pear-shaped translucent yellow jadeite cabochon, four oval jadeite cabochons of translucent apple green colour and four circular-cut rubies respectively, decorated with round yellow jadeite cabochons, brilliant-cut yellow diamonds and diamonds, the yellow diamonds and diamonds altogether weighing approximately 1.55 carats, the rubies together weighing approximately 1.10 carats, mounted in 14 karat yellow and white gold, brooches pendant fitting, signed. Ring size: 6¼ and 7 respectively (4)
Accompanied by two original signed boxes and four pouches.
Jadeites measuring approximately 8.48 x 6.32 x 4.20 to 2.54 x 3.22 x 1.20mm.

Accompanied by Hong Kong Jade & Stone Laboratory report numbered SJ195406, dated 4 September 2020, stating that the jadeite is natural, known in the trade as ‘A Jade’.

Wang Chinlin is the recipient of many jewellery design awards held in the Greater China region. Her works has been showcased with other jewellery designers in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Taipei. Her animal and nature-themed collection delicately crafts the lifelike features of the creatures.

In 2020, Wang Chinlin’s studio debuts a new series “Treasure the Earth” (Lot 89). Insects are one of the oldest species on the earth that manifest the robust state of an ecosystem. Dragonfly and butterfly are the symbols of keeper and power of transformation. Wang models the colourful insects by using vivid coloured jadeite and gemstones. She beautifully embodies their silhouettes in a charming way, presenting the good wishes and poetic scenery of nature to discerning collectors.