Lot 3117
14KT Gold, Citrine, and and Peridot Earrings
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Each prong set with an oval cut citrine (15.8 x 11.8 x 9.25 mm) weighing approximately 17.36 total carats surmounting a prong set oval cut peridot (9.75 x 7.75 x 4.77 mm) weighing approximately 4.46 total carats, completed with posts and omega clip backs, stamped 14K / 585.

.75 x 5/8 in.

6.0 dwt.

From the Collection of the late Dobie D. Hogan, Norfolk, Virginia

Dobie D. Hogan was a print and runway model in Norfolk, Virginia who began her career in New York working for the Paris designer Mainbocher in the 1950s, and in the 1970s, she was voted "Best Dressed Woman" of Hampton Roads, Virginia. Her lifelong love of jewelry and substantial collection began with her fashionable mother, Louise Jenkins Driver, and developed over Hogan's long involvement with the industry.

Citrines display an orangish yellow hue, medium light tone, and moderately strong saturation.

Peridots display a slightly yellowish green hue, medium light tone and moderately strong saturation.

Good estate condition; one citrine with scratch to table visible under magnification.