Lot 3180
Three Pairs of Fashion Earrings
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
To include: a pair of dangle earrings by Philippe Ferrandis in a flower motif with blue glass cabochons suspending a carved bead drop, completed with clip backs, stamped P. Ferrandis (1 5/8 in.); a pair of dangle earrings by Bounkit, the top with pear shaped cabochons and yellow stones suspending a pear shaped faux turquoise drop, completed with clip backs, stamped Bounkit (2 1/8 x 1 in.); and a pair of dangle earrings with cluster of cultured pearls suspending a blue stone drop, unmarked (1.5 x 5/8 in.).

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.

Good estate condition.