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Fine Jewellery and Silver

Monday, 11th December

Lot No:  1 (Silver)

A late 19th / early 20th century Chinese hallmarked silver and cloisonne bowl, bearing the mark of Zee Wo of 370 Honan Road, Shanghai, who was active circa 1870 until circa 1930, with a 90 purity mark, ornately decorated with delicate cloisonne chrysanthemum flowers around the outside, 15.5 x 26 x 26cm, 1400g (45.02t oz)

Lot No:  2 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, antique, large, diamond, crescent brooch composed of a central rose gold and silvered crescent mount, studded with three bands of old-cut diamonds within claw settings, the central band set with twelve, graduated but larger, whiter, old-cut diamonds (totaling approx 1.75 carats). A delicately pierced gallery and on the reverse, hand-worked  read more 

Lot No:  3 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver scent bottle, Samson Mordan & Co, London 1890, of cuboid shape, with a gilt interior, engraved in Kate Greenaway style with a girl sitting on a wall above a milestone, birds amongst foliage, and a church (stopper jammed), 6 x 2.5 x 2.5cm, 85g (2.75t oz).

Lot No:  4 (Jewellery)

An antique, Carlo Giuliano, ruby, diamond and enamel brooch composed of a central mount centrally set with a rectangular, faceted ruby, surrounded by four smaller rubies and four, old-cut diamonds, and flanked by two black and white, hand-painted, enamel palmettes (no damage). In original brown and gilt leather Carlo & Arthur Giuliano box, circa 1890,  read more 

Lot No:  5 (Silver)

A cased set of four sterling silver salts, with spoons, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1918, the salts of oval form with twin handles and reeded border, 6.5 x 12 x 5.5cm, 237g (7.62t oz) gross, in fitted box marked 'Garrard & Co Ltd, To H M The King, Calcutta And London'.

Lot No:  6 (Jewellery)

A spectacular, antique, natural, Australian opal and diamond cluster ring composed of a yellow gold and platinum mount centrally set with a large, round, natural opal with flashes of colour of green, pale blue, pale pink (1 x 1 cm) in a twelve claw-setting, surrounded by a halo of twelve, round, old-cut diamonds (each dia approx: 3 x 2 mm), leading  read more 

Lot No:  7 (Jewellery)

Attributed to Carlo Guiliano, white enamel, sapphire and diamond ring in a high ct yellow gold, centrally set with an old cut diamond and four, faceted, oval-shaped sapphires surrounded by four, old-cut diamonds and white enamel scrolls, leading to shoulders each set with a old-cut diamond in a collet mount and further white enamel scroll-work detail  read more 

Lot No:  8 (Silver)

A late Victorian novelty sterling silver vesta case in the form of a Brazil nut, John Marshall Spink, London 1896, 5.5 x 3 x 3cm, 32g (1.04t oz).

Lot No:  9 (Jewellery)

A pair of hand-enamelled and gem-set 'Percossi Papi' Italian, clip earrings, Circa 1980's, composed of a hand-worked, renaissance-style design in yellow metal, featuring a large, dark green enamelled-plaque studded with round, cabochon garnets, oval, faceted amethysts and tiny seed pearls all in collet mounts and set with a round, cultured pearl with  read more 

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

A sterling silver tazza by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1934, of simple form, raised on a circular base, 5 x 20.5 x 20.5cm, 330g (10.63t oz), together with a sterling silver goblet by John Henry Odell, London 1971, with gilt interior, raised on a silver plated base, 14 x 8 x 8cm, 182g (5.87t oz) gross.

Lot No:  11 (Jewellery)

An antique, natural pearl strand necklace composed of fifty-six, graduated natural, misshapen pearls, inter-spaced with much smaller pearls and secured with a rectangular, rose gold clasp-fastening inset with five, small rose-cut diamonds. (Sterling silver safety chain fastener also, added later), Length: 23.5 cm, Weight: 10.5 g. (Approximate pearl  read more 

Lot No:  12 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver grapefruit spoons, William Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1934, having a floral roundel to the tip of the handle, 13.5cm long, 126g (4.05t oz) gross, the case bearing the retailer's details 'Watchmaker to the Admiralty, Est 1770, Gowland & Grant, Goldsmiths and Diamond Merchants, Sunderland'.

Lot No:  13 (Jewellery)

A 19th century,14 ct yellow gold, turquoise, diamond and ruby snake pendant, featuring a coiled snake inset with multiple turquoise cabochons, with ruby cabochon eyes, and the from the snake's mouth suspends a yellow gold heart set with a small old-cut diamond and three, collet-set turquoise cabochons, yellow gold pendant loop, piece unmarked, probably  read more 

Lot No:  14 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, 9 ct yellow gold, ruby and seed pearl studded heart-shaped pendant, centrally set with a flower-head motif of seven, round, faceted claw-set rubies within a ground of multiple seed pearls and a seed pearl -set pendant loop above, unmarked, Length: 2.5 cm, Width: 1.7 cm, Weight: 3 g.

Lot No:  15 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver salver, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1897, bearing engraved crest to the centre depicting a stag over a scroll bearing a Latin inscription, with scroll and shell border to the pie crust edge, raised on three supports, 2.5 x 22 x 22cm, 339g (10.9t oz).

Lot No:  16 (Jewellery)

A French, antique, 9 ct yellow gold, love-birds pendant set with rubies and seed pearls, composed of a seed pearl- set pendant loop, leading to two love-birds in flight inset with seed pearls and in their beaks a round, faceted, collet-set ruby, terminating in a 9 ct yellow gold hollow heart-shaped pendant inset with a bezel-set, oval-shaped, faceted,  read more 

Lot No:  17 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver handled dessert forks, John Sanderson & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1933, bearing Sheffield import marks and having stainless steel blades, 16cm long, 159g (5.12t oz) gross.

Lot No:  18 (Jewellery)

A very long, 18 ct yellow gold, weighty, curb chain necklace, Length: 97 cm, Weight: 81.5 g.

Lot No:  19 (Silver)

A late 19th century American Sterling silver dish, Whiting Manufacturing Company, New York, the rim chased with flowers and tendrils, the centre engraved with a monogram, 3 x 14.5 x 14.5cm, 67g (2.15t oz).

Lot No:  20 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver snuff box, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851, with blank cartouche and allover engraved scrolling acanthus leaves, 1.5 x 5.5 x 3.5cm, 30g (0.97t oz).

Lot No:  21 (Jewellery)

An Edwardian, 9 ct yellow gold, aquamarine and pearl set pendant composed of a seed pearl- set pendant loop terminating in a 'chandelier'-design incorporating a central, oval, faceted aquamarine surrounded by twelve pearls, suspended above and below by delicate, oval and circular shaped, faceted aquamarines in closed-back, collet mounts, unmarked, Length:  read more 

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

A sterling silver Christening set, William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1963, consisting of an egg cup, a spoon and a napkin ring, in fitted box, 50g (1.6t oz) gross.

Lot No:  23 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct yellow gold, Jugendstil, moonstone, ruby and emerald necklace, composed of five stylised and curvilinear, Art Nouveau gold drops, each set to the top with a small, round ruby, then centrally with a small, round emerald and terminating in a oval moonstone within a scalloped collet mount. (9 ct yellow gold chain added later), Unmarked, Length:  read more 

Lot No:  24 (Silver)

A collection of late 19th and early 20th century Chinese miniature silver items, most bearing the mark of Wang Hing & Co of Hong Kong including a pagoda 8 x 3 x 3cm, a miniature opium pipe, a street vendor, a dragon, and a sedan chair, together with an unmarked rickshaw and an unmarked boat, 194g (6.25t oz) gross.

Lot No:  25 (Silver)

A boxed Art Deco sterling silver vanity set, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1931, consisting of two brushes, a comb and a circular mirror with stand (stand not attached), the brushes with intricate engine turned detail, the box 8 x 16 x 17cm.

Lot No:  26 (Silver)

A cased sterling silver, circular Queen's Silver Jubilee dish, C.S Green & Co Ltd, Edinburgh 1977, engraved centrally with the Queen's royal coat of arms, 10cm diameter, 75.5 g (2.42t oz).

Lot No:  27 (Jewellery)

A boxed pair of contemporary, 18 ct white gold, diamond, amethyst an iolite chandelier drop earrings, each earring composed of a white gold stem inter-spaced with three, collet-set, brilliant cut diamonds and supporting six white gold scrolls, (three of which are set with brilliant cut diamonds in mille grain settings) and all suspended with a faceted,  read more 

Lot No:  28 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver creamer, maker's mark 'JB', Chester 1908/9, having a scrolling handle and ornately chased body, raised on three supports, 11 x 10 x 7.5cm, 110g (3.54t oz).

Lot No:  29 (Jewellery)

A Russian, 15 ct rose gold, diamond solitaire ring, composed of a round, brilliant cut diamond within a four-claw setting and mounted within a platinum cube with open back-holing into the rose gold ring, the sloping shoulders are slightly ribbed and taper off and into a smooth, chunky shank, Ring Size: R, Weight: 3.8 g. (Also Marked: 'T' '57' on shank).  read more 

Lot No:  30 (Jewellery)

A fine, platinum, diamond solitaire ring, centrally set with a rectangular, Princess-cut diamond of 0.32 carats (4 mm x 5 mm) and flanked by a split shoulder design with each shoulder inset with twelve, round, brilliant cut diamonds, Total diamond weight: 0.45 carats, Ring Size: J.

Lot No:  31 (Silver)

A matching Victorian hallmarked sterling silver milk jug and sugar bowl, Charles Boyton (II), London 1892, the jug with a scrolling handle, both items decorated with a band and raised on three hooved supports, 310g gross (9.97t oz), jug 10 x 12 x 7cm.

Lot No:  32 (Jewellery)

A fine, antique, French, silver filigree suite comprising of floral, filigree earrings, necklace and brooch, all in the original, large leather box with plum- coloured velvet interior. Circa 1850's. The top of the box bears the trace of a circular paper label, ' L'Exposition de Londres, Horace Mossa, de Bijouterie', Length of Necklace: 27 cm, Length  read more 

Lot No:  33 (Silver)

A late Victorian novelty glass match holder in the form of a boot, with a sterling silver collar, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1899, the body with a match striker section, 7 x 6.5 x 3.5cm.

Lot No:  34 (Silver)

A cased set of six Norwegian sterling silver and enamelled teaspoons, J Tostrup, each decorated with a thistle to the handle, and enamelled in different colours, 12cm long, 124g (3.89t oz) gross.

Lot No:  35 (Jewellery)

Tested as 14 ct yellow gold, natural, ruby tennis bracelet composed of fifty-one, double-claw set, marquise-shaped, faceted natural rubies in an articulated bracelet with a secure tongued fastening with two figure of eight security clasps, Length: 19 cm, Weight: 10.2 g.

Lot No:  36 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold, diamond buckle and belt ring, composed of a solid, yellow gold ring designed as a belt with a textured surface and centrally set with a platinum-covered belt buckle inset with fifteen, brilliant cut diamonds, leading to a smooth, chunky shank, Ring Size: L 1/2 / M, Weight: 10 g.

Lot No:  37 (Jewellery)

A spectacular, 18 ct white gold, yellow topaz and diamond dress ring featuring an extremely large, oval- shaped, faceted, yellow topaz in a four-claw setting (1.5 x 1.2 cm) and surrounded by a halo of small, round, brilliant cut diamonds which continue into the two bands of the split shoulders, Ring size: P

Lot No:  38 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver bowl, Walter & John Barnard, London 1888, decorated with exotic birds in cartouches, chased with floral designs, monogrammed, 5 x 8 x 8cm, 62g (1.99t oz).

Lot No:  39 (Jewellery)

A large, antique, Chinese, amber bead necklace, (strung on red cord), composed of eighteen, carved amber beads depicting smiling gentleman's faces (Bead dimensions: 3.5 x 3 cm), a single, large ovoid amber bead (2.5 x 4 cm) and terminating in two, long, cylindrical, amber beads (Lengths: 7 cm and 6 cm) with another large ovoid amber bead (2.5 x 4 cm).  read more 

Lot No:  40 (Silver)

A William IV sterling silver fish server, W E, London 1835, fiddle pattern, having engraved detail to the handle, and pierced decoration to the blade, 29.5 x 6.5cm, 149g (4.8t oz)

Lot No:  41 (Jewellery)

A natural, Colombian rectangular, faceted, emerald (loose stone), 5.4 carats, Dimensions:11 x 8 mm, Weight: 1.0 g.

Lot No:  42 (Silver)

Two sterling silver mustard pots, one early 20th century, with a scrolling handle, the other assayed in Birmingham in 1932, made by Turner & Somers, both with liners, the silver 100g (3.22 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  43 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct white gold, diamond and tanzanite pendant and chain, composed of a vertical 9 ct white gold pendant with three, claw-set oval- shaped, faceted, tanzanite stones, inter-spaced with small diamonds in mille grain settings, on a fine, 9 ct white gold chain, Length of pendant (from top of pendant loop to bottom of pendant): 2.7 cm, Length of Chain:  read more 

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver and enamelled teaspoons, Barker & Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1968, each with hand painted enamelled flowers to the bowls of the spoons, 9cm long, 60g (1.93t oz) gross.

Lot No:  45 (Silver)

An Edwardian Scottish horn bowl with a sterling silver rim and shield, William Dunningham & Co, Edinburgh 1909, 4.5 x 10 x 9.5cm, together with a Victorian horn beaker with a sterling silver rim, Henry William Dee, London 1869, 10.5 x 7cm.

Lot No:  46 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold ruby and diamond pendant composed of a central, oval-shaped, faceted, natural ruby, flanked by a halo of ten, brilliant-cut diamonds in a yellow gold mount with a solid, yellow gold pendant loop on a fine, 9 ct yellow gold chain. Length of pendant (from top of pendant loop to bottom of pendant): 1.8 cm, Width: 1 cm, Length of pendant  read more 

Lot No:  47 (Silver)

A 19th century Scottish silver, mother of pearl and deer foot letter opener, not hallmarked 28.5 x 3.5 x 2cm.

Lot No:  48 (Jewellery)

An antique, yellow metal, double-tiered, natural pearl and rose-cut diamond ring, composed of two vertical rows set centrally with, round, collet-set natural, grey/white pearls flanked by two old-cut diamonds and further set with a small, old cut diamond to the split, tapering shoulders, to a curved shank, Unmarked, Ring Size: J, Weight: 2.6 g.

Lot No:  49 (Silver)

A large sterling silver capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1922 (marks rubbed), bearing an inscription 'Presented to G R Bennett Esqr By the Lady staff of the National Bank College Green Dublin, on his promotion to the joint Managership of the Manchester Branch 24th November 1922', no liner, 7 x 18.5 x 18.5cm, 699g (22.5t oz) gross.

Lot No:  50 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold and diamond half-set eternity band, set centrally with a row of eighteen, round, brilliant cut diamonds in a channel setting with banded shank design, Ring Size: L.

Lot No:  51 (Jewellery)

A stunning, antique, 9 ct yellow gold and seed pearl drop necklace, composed of a linked gold chain of small, flat, circular links meeting to form a scrolling arabesque necklace studded with seed pearls and suspended in the centre with a sixteen pointed star further set with seed pearls, (with gold safety chain attached), Chester, circa 1860, Length:  read more 

Lot No:  52 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct yellow gold, seven stone, diamond ring, composed of a row of round, brilliant-cut, four-claw set diamonds with tapering shoulders and a flat shank, Ring Size: P, Each Diamond: 3 x 3 mm.

Lot No:  53 (Jewellery)

A boxed, 18 ct white gold, diamond, tennis bracelet, composed of an elegant row of fifty-two, round, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw settings with open back holing leading to a secure, white gold clasp with figure of 8 fastening. Length of bracelet: 18.5 cm, Weight: 21.1 g. Diamond dimensions: 3 x 3 mm approx.

Lot No:  54 (Silver)

A Georg Jensen Danish sterling silver lobster pick,18.5cm long, together with a cased sterling silver set, Henry Wigfull, Sheffield 1922, 72g (2.32t oz) gross.

Lot No:  55 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian hallmarked silver teaspoons, Henry Lias, London 1865, having bright cut engraving, together with a pair of George III hallmarked silver teaspoons, Stephen Adams, London 1810, 57g (1.83t oz) gross.

Lot No:  56 (Silver)

A set of four sterling silver mustards and salts, Alfred James How, London 1919, of oval form with pierced sides, scrolling feet, and blue glass liners (one liner missing), 326g (10.5t oz) gross, weighed without the liners.

Lot No:  57 (Silver)

A crystal decanter with a sterling silver collar, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, Birmingham 1965, retailed at 112 Regent Street, London, 23.5 x 13 x 13cm.

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

A set of eight Continental 800 standard solid silver spirit glasses with glass liners, 5.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm, the silver, 95g (3.07t oz) gross.

Lot No:  59 (Silver)

A Georg Jensen Danish sterling silver circular dish with central abstract, repousse decoration, 8.5cm diameter, with an Italian .800 standard silver dish embossed with a a scene depicting two lovers in a garden, 11cm diameter, 58g (1.87t oz) gross.

Lot No:  60 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct, yellow gold and large, amethyst ring composed of a rectangular, cushion-shaped amethyst (with a fine, deep purple hue) set within a bezel setting and on a generous mount with a rope-twist border, leading to tapering, split shoulders and a slender shank, Birmingham, 1980, Ring Size: O 1/2, Weight:3 g

Lot No:  61 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, 15 ct yellow gold, agate-set signet ring, composed of a central, lilac-coloured, oval-shaped, polished, agate stone in a closed-back setting and flanked by raised, cast detailing to each widely- tapering shoulder and continuing to a plain, solid shank, Stamped 625, Birmingham,1865, Ring Size: O, Weight: 2.4 g (in original, small, brown  read more 

Lot No:  62 (Silver)

A circular copper dish, inlaid with silver, depicting an Ancient Egyptian scene, raised on three supports, diameter 23cm.

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver gilt and enamelled coffee spoons, Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1932, having black and yellow enamelled detail to the back of the bowl of each spoon, and a 'coffee bean' to the end of each handle, 10cm long, 44g (1.44t oz) gross.

Lot No:  64 (Silver)

A Zimbabwe sterling silver miniature model of an elephant by Patrick Mavros, raised on an ebony base, 5 x 5.5 x 4cm, 58g (1.85t oz) gross including the base, together with the original box, and booklet containing certificate of authenticity.

Lot No:  65 (Silver)

A mid 20th century Dutch silver three piece tea set, Utrecht, the milk jug and lidded sugar bowl are stamped with the 833 standard mark, the teapot is stamped with the .934 standard mark, bearing export mark for the Netherlands, also stamped with import mark and silver control stamp for Sweden, the teapot 17 x 23 x 13cm, 1,122g (36.07t oz) gross.

Lot No:  66 (Silver)

A George II sterling silver sauce boat, Samuel Meriton I, London 1748, having a scrolling handle and raised on three hooved supports, 137g (4.40t oz).

Lot No:  67 (Jewellery)

A 19th century, hand-faceted, large, amber bead necklace composed of forty-one, antique, rounded beads, alternating between two sizes of faceted beads: Larger deep orange beads: 2 x 2 cm each approx and Smaller yellow/ orange beads: 1.3 x 1.3 cm each approx. Sterling silver clasp, stamped 925, Length: 34 cm, Gross Weight: 111 g.

Lot No:  68 (Silver)

A sterling silver cigarette case, James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1911, having engine turned decoration to the outside, gilded to the interior, and engraved 'H to L, Christmas 1921', 8 x 9 x 1.5cm, 90g (2.9t oz).

Lot No:  69 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold and diamond ring with a centrally-pinched design and composed of ten round, graduated, brilliant- cut diamonds in mille grain settings and a chunky, flat shank, Ring Size: J.

Lot No:  70 (Watches)

A Gentleman's, 18 ct rose gold, vintage, Breitling wristwatch composed of a gold-metal face with yellow metal Arabic numerals and hands, with chronograph feature, marked on the face 'Breitling, Geneve' and ' Ancre 17 Rubis, Antimagnetic', engraved on the reverse of the case (stainless steel): 5030 FOND ACIER, INDXYDABLE' on a chocolate-brown leather  read more 

Lot No:  71 (Silver)

A cut glass and sterling silver perfume bottle, Birmingham 1920, having a stopper, the bottle of globular form, 11 x 9 x 9cm.

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

A Dutch .833 standard hallmarked silver tray, Arnhem, having twin handles, pierced decoration and engraved floral design, the base of the tray made from mahogany, 37 x 25cm.

Lot No:  73 (Jewellery)

An elegant, 18 ct yellow gold ring set with nine, round, brilliant-cut diamonds within a channel setting, (total carat weight: 0.33), Ring Size: K, Weight: 2.9 g.

Lot No:  74 (Jewellery)

A large, Art Deco, oval-shaped, carved, translucent, amber, plaque brooch composed of three, central, stylised flower heads and ribbed foliage, surrounded by a carved, scalloped edge, Dimensions: 5 x 7.5 cm.

Lot No:  75 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct yellow gold and emerald, three row, bombe dress ring composed of ten, round, faceted, vivid-green emeralds set into each row, all set within channel settings with wide, ribbed shoulders to a solid, square-shaped shank, Ring size: O 1/2, Weight: 3.8 g

Lot No:  76 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver and leather clock travel case, SML, Birmingham 1904/5, having typical scrolling repoussage work, 10 x 8 x 6cm, containing a brass clock, engraved 'Patd in Great Britain & France, Manfd by the British United Clock Co Ltd, Birmingham, England'.

Lot No:  77 (Silver)

An Edwardian four piece Queen Anne style silver tea and coffee set, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1904, having half gadrooned decoration with ebony handles and finials, the coffee pot 24.5 x 21 x 13cm, 2,100g (67.51t oz) gross.

Lot No:  78 (Silver)

A sterling silver goblet, S J Rose and Son, Birmingham, 1972, gilt interior, 11.5 cm high, in presentation box, together with a circular engine turned silver napkin ring, Henry Griffith & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1934, with jubilee mark, Approx. 105g /3.38 Oz. (2)

Lot No:  79 (Silver)

A magnifying glass with a sterling silver handle, W Johnson & Sons, 1905, 22.5 x 6.5 x 1cm.

Lot No:  80 (Jewellery)

A fine, boxed, 18 ct white gold and diamond solitaire style ring, the central solitaire stone composed of four, square-shaped, closely-set, princess cut diamonds within a collared, four-claw setting, leading to elegantly, tapering shoulders each channel set with (alternating) three baguette-cut and round, brilliant-cut diamonds, Ring Size: L.

Lot No:  81 (Silver)

A late 19th century / early 20th century French cut glass fruit bowl with a .950 standard silver collar, 9 x 20 x 20cm.

Lot No:  82 (Silver)

A set of six George III sterling silver table spoons, Solomon Hougham, London 1801, having bright cut engraving, 22cm long, 374 (12.03t oz) gross.

Lot No:  83 (Silver)

Two Edwardian cut glass perfume bottles with sterling silver lids and collars, the first, Birmingham 1908, the second Chester 1907, 8.5 x 6.5 x 6.5cm.

Lot No:  84 (Jewellery)

A vintage, 18 ct yellow gold, rectangular amethyst pendant and 14 ct yellow gold chain, the pendant composed of a large, faceted, rectangular amethyst in a four-claw double-prong setting within a solid and decorative picture-frame mount with a double wired pendant loop on the top. Dimensions of pendant: 3 cm, Dimensions of amethyst: 1.6 x 1.3 cm, Length  read more 

Lot No:  85 (Jewellery)

A pair of antique, 9 ct yellow gold and garnet drop, stud earrings, each earring composed of a central round, faceted, garnet in a four-claw setting, suspended by an arrangement of two further, faceted, round garnets flanked at an angle by two, rectangular, faceted garnets, all in clawed, open-backed settings. Length of earrings: 2.6 cm, Width of earrings:  read more 

Lot No:  86 (Silver)

A George III sterling silver salt, London 1814, having a gadrooned rim, raised on four ball feet, 4 x 8.5 x 6.5cm, 66g (2.13t oz).

Lot No:  87 (Silver)

Two 1970's Danish Georg Jensen sterling silver gilt spoons, one dated 1977 'Sweet Violet', the other 1978, designed by Rigmor Andersen and Annelise Bjorner, decorated with enamelled flowers, both in original box, one with original booklet, 15cm long, 77g (2.85t oz) gross.

Lot No:  88 (Silver)

A .999 standard fine silver overlaid clear glass perfume bottle with matching stopper (marks quite rubbed), 9 x 8 x 8cm.

Lot No:  89 (Silver)

An unusual Scottish hallmarked silver soup spoon, Edward & Sons, Glasgow 1937, having engraved detail to the handle, 69g (2.24t oz).

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

A sterling silver bonbon dish, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1929, with a pierced body, sunken centre and three elegant lion's paw feet, 6 x 12.5 x 12.5cm, 101g (3.27t oz).

Lot No:  91 (Jewellery)

A boxed, pair of 14 ct yellow gold, circular, cuff-links set with a central collet-set, brilliant-cut diamond within a mother of pearl disc and with a white enamel banded outer edge. Length of cuff-links: 2.3 cm, Diameter of cuff-link disc: 1.5 cm (in excellent condition), Gross Weight: 6.8 g. (2)

Lot No:  92 (Silver)

A pair of American Gorham sterling sterling silver nut dishes having pierced detail and beaded border, 3.5 x 8 x 6cm, together with a Victorian sterling silver cream jug, Thomas White, Birmingham 1922, and another sterling silver cream jug, B&C, Birmingham 1922, 113g (3.65t oz) gross.

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

An early 20th century silver plated oval locket with engraved decoration, 4.5 x 3.5cm, together with an Edwardian style white metal circular vesta case, 5cm diameter.

Lot No:  94 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, 18 ct yellow gold, nine stone diamond ring, composed of nine, round, brilliant-cut diamonds within a channel setting on a solid shank, Ring Size: J, (total carat weight: 0.35 carats approx)

Lot No:  95 (Silver)

A George III sterling silver salt, Alice & George Burrows II, London 1805, having an undulating gadrooned rim, with engraved border, raised on four ball feet, 78g (2.52t oz).

Lot No:  96 (Silver)

Four sterling silver and cut glass items, including a pair of Edwardian vases with sterling silver collars, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1902, 17 x 4 x 4cm, an Edwardian perfume bottle with a sterling silver collar, William Henry Sparrow, London, 1909, 10 x 4 x 4cm, and a hat pin jar with a sterling silver lid, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1913  read more 

Lot No:  97 (Jewellery)

A pair of Edwardian, 9 ct yellow gold, diamond and pearl drop, stud, earrings, each earring composed of a round 9 ct yellow gold ball stud, suspended by four, platinum, collet-set diamonds and terminating in a round, natural, pearl drop, Length of earrings: 2.6 cm each approx, Gross Weight: 1.5 g. Diamond dimensions: 1 x 2 mm approx. (2)

Lot No:  98 (Silver)

A late Victorian imported sterling silver miniature chair, S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, London 1901, 4 x 2 x 2cm, 8g (0.25t oz).

Lot No:  99 (Watches)

A 15 ct yellow gold, French, 1940's cocktail watch composed of a solid, geometric design with a dial cover set with thirteen brilliant-cut diamonds within tiny stars, chunky, cylindrical sectioned shoulders leading to a two rope-twist chain strap and secure clasp fastening. The yellow gold diamond-set, hinged cover opens to reveal a glass covered, white  read more