LOT 94: A RUBELLITE TOURMALINE, DIAMOND AND TWO-TONE GOLD RING, KARL STITTGEN
Fashioned with a broad shank and shoulders, the deep gallery centering a large oval cabochon rubellite tourmaline weighing approximately 30.00 carats, accented by a duo of curved rows set with round diamonds, mounted in highly polished 18k white and yellow gold, maker's mark for Karl Stittgen
$3,000 — 4,000 CAD
$2,340 — 3,120 USD
€1,950 — 2,600 EUR
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Jeweller and goldsmith, Karl Stittgen began his career designing and making contemporary jewellery in Vancouver in 1959. Over several decades he created an original and distinctive body of work inspired by the organic forms of nature and the clean lines of architecture. Creations of gold, platinum, gemstones, pearls, ancient coins and artifacts earned him loyal customers and much critical acclaim during what some have called the golden age of design in Vancouver. Stittgen received the British Columbia Creative Achievement Award of Distinction in Vancouver in 2009.