Fine Jewels, Rolex, under the Gavel at Federal Auction! Labour-day Monday at Van Dusen Gardens, Vancouver

Vancouver, BC – Federal Auction announce their next Fine Jewellery & Swiss Watch auction which offers rare Diamonds and many other consignments including Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Pearls, Burmese Jadeite and much, much more.  The auction will also offer a generous selection of hand crafted Swiss watches such as Rolex, Cartier, and Piaget brands.  Important Jewellery and Gold Coins will be liquidated at this live auction.

The live event is open to the public and you are required to register at the auction site just before the door opening at 12pm.  The auction sale promises to be deliver an exciting afternoon.  Fell the thrill of bidding at our live auctions.  Join us on Labour Day Monday September 4th, 2017, 12pm Van Dusen Gardens, 5251 Oak Street (off 37th Avenue), Vancouver. For more info, please visit http://www.federalauction.ca/vancouver

Federal Auction has been a fine jewellery auction specialist since 1994.

Featured Lots:

An Important 9ct Ruby goes under the gavel his Labour Day in Vancouver at Federal Auction’s Live Fine Jewellery & Swiss Watch Auction at 1pm.  Rubies, referred to as “King of Gems,” exhibiting a fine Red color, such as this specimen, are scarce, and command a strong price at auctions.  This gem has been cut into a Cushion shape, and has been independently certified by the prestigious Gem Research Swisslab (GRS), as a Natural Corundum example.  This auction offers around 200 Lots, comprising of Fine Jewellery set with center stones ranging from Fancy Pink, Fancy Yellow and Colorless Diamonds, as well as Blue Sapphires, Emeralds and others.  Be the one to win the bid on this and many other deals offered at this event.  Join us on Labour Day Monday September 4th, 2017, 12pm Van Dusen Gardens, 5251 Oak Street (off 37th Avenue), Vancouver.

Federal Auction announces its upcoming Live Fine Jewellery & Swiss Watch Auction for Vancouver to be held at Van Dusen Gardens.  This fine Cartier Ronde De Solo Automatic will be one of many Swiss Luxury Brands at this event.  Cartier has been a top performer in luxury, and owes its success to quality, and legendary design, which is timeless.  No other brand comes close to Cartier when it comes to iconic ideas with a flair o elegance.  The Ronde De Solo exhibits the Cartier DNA with its bold Roman Numeral Dial, and elegant and refined 24 Hour markers.

A GIA Certified Natural Fancy Pink Diamond Necklace goes under the gavel this Labour Day Long weekend.  Federal Auction proudly presents a fine selection of Important Jewels Swiss Watches including Fancy Yellow Diamonds, Rare Rubies, Emeralds, and Tanzanite, set in 18K and Platinum.  200 Lots will be offered for sale to the highest bidder.

A classic Rolex Datejust Stainless Steel & Gold with a Black Diamond Dial comes to Federal Auction’s next event in Vancouver on Monday September 4th, 2017.  Rolex commands great strength in the watch market, and remains the most sought after luxury brands in Swiss watch making industry.

A White South Sea Pearl & Diamond Necklace is one of many fine Jewels being liquidated by Federal Auction, only this Monday, September 4th, 2017, in Vancouver.  South Sea Pearls have made a strong come back this year.  Pearls, being organic in nature, are very different for mother gems.  They are smooth, and exude a silvery lustre unlike any other jewel.  Historically the most expensive and only affordable to Royalty, Pearls over the years have become affordable, due to the cultured pearl industry which produces Pearls via human intervention by nucleating an Oyster thru microsurgery instead of by chance.  Bidders will be treated to an incredible array of luxury item beyond Pearls, ranging from Pink Diamonds, Fancy Yellow Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, an Emeralds. An excellent selection of Swiss Watches includes Rolex, Cartier, IWC, and vintage examples of Montbrilliant and Lanco Chronos.  Join us on Labour Day Monday September 4th, 2017, 12pm Van Dusen Gardens, 5251 Oak Street (off 37th Avenue), Vancouver.