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Fine Jewellery and Silver

Monday, 11th December

Lot No:  100 (Watches)

A late Victorian American Waltham of Massachusetts sterling silver pocket watch, London 1899, having subsidiary seconds dial (hand missing), 7 x 5 x 2cm, 104g (3.35t oz).

Lot No:  101 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold, emerald and diamond ring, centrally claw-set with a faceted, oval-shaped emerald, two round, brilliant-cut diamonds flanking each shoulder and further diamond- set shoulders, Ring Size: N, Emerald dimensions: 5 x 4 mm.

Lot No:  102 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver and cut glass inkwell with stand, H.H&S, Birmingham 1903, the inkwell with a sterling silver lid and collar on a cut glass body (very chipped), raised on a navette form sterling silver stand, having a gadrooned border and pierced sides, 4 x 18 x 10.5cm, the base 53g (1.73t oz).

Lot No:  103 (Silver)

A limited edition Royal Mint Britannia silver dish with cartwheel penny, to commemorate 300 years of Britannia silver, designed by Christopher Lawrence, Silversmith, London 1997, Britannia standard, number 118 of 200, in original presentation box, 2 x 14 x 14cm, 201g (6.47t oz).

Lot No:  104 (Jewellery)

A pair of silver-gilt, drop earrings each set with a central, collet-set, round, faceted, peridot and a collet-set, round, faceted, amethyst at the top of each earring in an ornate, pierced silver-gilt mount, studded with tiny seed pearls. Length of earrings: 5.5 cm, Gross Weight: 4.5 g, (2)

Lot No:  105 (Silver)

A 19th century Dutch silver candlestick of diminutive size, 1835, 10 x 5.5 x 5.5cm, 36g (1.18t oz).

Lot No:  106 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver wishbone sugar nips, James Swann & Sons, Birmingham 1951, 8 x 3cm, together with a pair of Norwegian .830 standard solid silver sugar tongs by Brodrene Mylius, together with three pair of claw form silver plated sugar tongs, the silver 28g (0.9t oz) gross.

Lot No:  107 (Jewellery)

A fine, 18 ct white gold and diamond curling crossover ring set with four rows of brilliant and baguette cut diamonds in claw and channel settings, Ring size: O, Weight: 5.8 g.

Lot No:  108 (Watches)

A collection of four hallmarked silver pocket watches, one marked 'Specially made for Robert Reid' to the dial, and with key, two with attached chains, 274g (8.82t oz) gross.

Lot No:  109 (Silver)

A miniature model of a mouse, probably by Klaus Rygaard, Zambia, not hallmarked but likely to be sterling silver, 1.5 x 5 x 2.5cm, 15g (0.52t oz) gross.

Lot No:  110 (Silver)

A Mid 19th century Russian silver and enamel travelling folding triptych icon, 84 Zolotnik, Warsaw, Assay Master Walery Kostrebski,1856 makers mark A C, 7.5 x 10cm (opened), 91g (2.93t oz).

Lot No:  111 (Silver)

A collection of sterling silver items, including a cigarette case, Sydney & Co, Birmingham 1942, a pepperette, Marson & Jones, Birmingham 1931, a cased pair of salts with one spoon, William Aitken, Birmingham 1904, a pair of clothes brushes, Wilmot Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1912, a miniature photograph frame, Levi & Salman, Birmingham 1908, a retractable  read more 

Lot No:  112 (Jewellery)

A truly elegant, 18 ct white gold and diamond ring, composed of a claw-set, central section of four square, brilliant- cut diamonds, flanked by elegant, tapering, diamond- set shoulders, each shoulder set with six, round brilliant cut diamonds, Ring Size: J.

Lot No:  113 (Silver)

A George V sterling silver cigarette box, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1927, square with slightly domed hinged lid, cedar lined, 8.5 x 8.5 x 3.5 cm, 165g (5.31t oz) gross.

Lot No:  114 (Silver)

A set of six George IV sterling silver teaspoons, William Bateman I, London 1825, 12.5cm long, 78g (2.5t oz), with an associated case.

Lot No:  115 (Silver)

A collection of sterling silver and silver plated souvenir spoons for the USA and Canada, including a sterling silver Walt Disney Productions Disneyland spoon, a Canadian sterling silver and enamelled souvenir spoon celebrating 100 years of the Canadian Confederation, two silver plated Disneyland spoons, made in Germany, one with exquisite enamelled  read more 

Lot No:  116 (Silver)

A sterling silver cased cigarette box, Cohen & Charles, Birmingham 1918, of rectangular form, lined with wood, engraved to the lid 'Presented to Lieut, T.S. Thomas. R.A. By the Officers, N.C.O's and Men of 'D' Troop. 1st Survey Regt. R.A. January 1945', 6 x 16 x 9cm, 463g (14.8t oz).

Lot No:  117 (Silver)

A Zimbabwe sterling silver miniature model of an elephant, probably by Patrick Mavros but not bearing his hallmark, 5 x 8 x 3.5cm, 188g (6.04t oz).

Lot No:  118 (Silver)

A cased set of twelve sterling silver coffee spoons and the matching sugar tongs, Mappin & Webb, London 1901 with scrolled-detail ends, the box 19 x 26 x 3cm, 134g (4.32t oz) gross.

Lot No:  119 (Silver)

A collection of ten sterling silver napkin rings, including a pair by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1905, one by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Chester 1939, one by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1936, one by Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1933, and others, 238g (7.66t oz) gross, together with three Egyptian niello napkin rings and a silver plated napkin ring.

Lot No:  120 (Silver)

Three silver items including a late Victorian sterling silver matchbox holder decorated with a miniature chamber stick, Mappin Brothers, Chester 1901, 4 x 8 x 4cm, a sterling silver sugar sifter, Viner's Ltd, Sheffield 1947, and a silver capstan inkwell,M C Sn Co Ld, London 1920, (no liner), 218g (7.01t oz) gross.

Lot No:  121 (Jewellery)

A fine, 18 ct yellow gold and diamond dress ring, comprised of a thick, yellow gold band, studded with round brilliant cut diamonds in millegrain, white gold, settings forming three hearts, Ring Size: O, Weight: 7 g.

Lot No:  122 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold, three stone, diamond ring, centrally set in a white gold mount with three, round, brilliant cut diamonds, the outer two diamonds set into a tear-drop shaped bezel mount with the central diamond set in a rounded, bezel mount, leading to solid shoulders and a D-shaped shank, Ring Size: J, Central Diamond dimensions: 4 x 4 mm, outer  read more 

Lot No:  123 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver Neo-Rococo swing handled basket, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1902, with gadrooned border and pierced sides, decorated with swags, having vacant shields to both sides, raised on an oval footed support, 22 x 12.5 x 12cm, 264g (8.48t oz).

Lot No:  124 (Jewellery)

A platinum and diamond set eternity band, channel-set with approximately thirty-five, square-shaped, brilliant cut diamonds, Ring Size: L 1/2, (each diamond measures approx 1 mm x 1 mm).

Lot No:  125 (Jewellery)

A pair of boxed, 18 ct white gold and diamond flower-head drop, stud earrings, each earring composed of three brilliant-cut diamonds suspended by a white gold bar, terminating in a brilliant-cut diamond flower-head composed of six, further diamonds, Length of earrings: 2 cm each, Gross Weight: 2.3 g (2)

Lot No:  126 (Jewellery)

A contemporary, high carat yellow gold and emerald-cut diamond ring with a distinctive, squared, chunky shank and centrally set in white gold with a rectangular, emerald-cut diamond between two, open-work panels, Ring Size: K, Diamond dimensions: 3 x 4 mm, Weight: 12.3 g.

Lot No:  127 (Jewellery)

A vintage, 18 ct yellow gold, natural grey pearl and diamond dress/cocktail ring composed of a stylised flower head, the ring centrally set with a large, grey, natural pearl (0.7 x 0.8 mm approx) surrounded by ten, elongated yellow-gold, strip-petals each set with four, small, brilliant-cut diamonds and flanked on the other side by three, curving yellow-gold  read more 

Lot No:  128 (Silver)

A mid Victorian hallmarked silver inkstand, George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, engraved 'To the Hon..ble Henry Collingwood Selby, Esquire. Queens Advocate of the Island of Ceylon. This Testimonial has been Presented by his Friends at the Bar. as a Token of the high esteem they entertain towards him and in recognition of the valuable services  read more 

Lot No:  129 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver Art Deco toast racks, Lanson Ltd, Birmingham 1941, each 7 x 7 x 5cm, 82g (2.66t oz) gross.

Lot No:  130 (Silver)

A pair of James Dixon & Sons silver plated vases, 18.5 x 8 x 8cm, together with a pair of Walker & Hall silver plated vases, 17.5 x 8 x 8cm.

Lot No:  131 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold, five stone, diamond ring, centrally set on top of the gold band with five, raised, claw-set, round, brilliant-cut diamonds with small, leaf-shaped fittings at each end of the row of diamonds, (Each 2 x 2 mm), Ring Size: U.

Lot No:  132 (Jewellery)

An antique, 18 ct yellow gold, crescent brooch set with grey pearls and diamonds, the brooch composed of twelve, graduated, grey natural pearls alternated by twenty, graduated, brilliant cut diamonds, all in claw settings with fancy-shaped back-holing, Length: 4.8 cm, Width at widest point: 0.5 cm, Weight: 4.2 g.

Lot No:  133 (Silver)

A sterling silver circular dish, Mappin & Webb, London 1966, engraved '1987 Yorkshire Board of the Year, Presented by Goddard Kay Rogers', 17cm diameter, 268g (8.63t oz).

Lot No:  134 (Jewellery)

A 15 ct yellow gold necklace of an articulated, chain design set with twenty-three yellow gold arches of which eleven are suspended by circular, deep-purple, amethysts suspended on gold rods and in four-claw settings, Length: 21 cm, Weight: 20 g.

Lot No:  135 (Silver)

A George III sterling silver milk jug, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1805, 10 x 12.5 x 7.5cm, together with a late Victorian cut glass dressing table jar with a sterling silver lid, Chester 1897, 8.5 x 8 x 8cm, the silver 153g (4.94t oz) gross.

Lot No:  136 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct yellow gold, diamond and grossular (green) garnet dress ring, composed of a central, oval-shaped, faceted, four-claw set grossular green garnet surrounded by a halo of brilliant cut diamonds in mille grain settings, flanked by wide shoulders each set with three rows of graduated, round, faceted grossular garnets, Ring size: L, Weight: 3.2 g.  read more 

Lot No:  137 (Silver)

A collection of British sterling silver souvenir spoons, including an Edwardian enamelled spoon, Birmingham 1908, celebrating the 'Entente Cordiale 1908 Franco British Exhibition, an enamelled City of London spoon, REVG, Birmingham 1960, a spoon celebrating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, John Pinches Ltd, London 1956, another similar, and two  read more 

Lot No:  138 (Silver)

Four sterling silver items including a bowl, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1923, 5.5 x 9 x 9cm, a sauce boat, Viner's Ltd, 1932, and a pair of salts raised on three supports, 345g (11.1t oz) gross.

Lot No:  139 (Silver)

A hallmarked silver three piece tea set, John Round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge), Sheffield 1916, consisting of a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, the border decorated with an intertwined design, the teapot with a fruitwood handle and finial, 15 x 25 x 15cm, 1,035g (33.2t oz) gross.

Lot No:  140 (Jewellery)

A natural, untreated, oval-shaped, faceted, ruby (loose stone) 7 carats, Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 5 mm, Weight: 1.4 g.

Lot No:  141 (Silver)

A late 19th century silver plated food warmer and cover, maker's mark J.S., fine quality and heavy, having cast handles and borders decorated with scrolling acanthus leaves,18 x 36 x 22cm, over 3kg.

Lot No:  142 (Jewellery)

A boxed, 18 ct yellow gold, rare, fancy-coloured diamond ring composed of five, stylised, graduated crosses each alternately inset with pink, yellow and blue diamonds with each cross surrounded by a halo of brilliant-cut white diamonds, Ring Size: N 1/2, Weight: 3 g. (largest,blue central cross measures approx 1 x 1 cm).

Lot No:  143 (Watches)

A mid 20th century gentleman's Longines 9ct gold cased wristwatch, having a mechanical hand wound movement, on a brown leather strap, together with a Talis gentleman's gold plated wristwatch, on a black leather strap.

Lot No:  144 (Silver)

A silver plated card tray, William Hutton & Sons, 20cm diameter, together with a Harrison Brothers & Howson sauce boat, and two silver plated wine pourers with stoppers.

Lot No:  145 (Silver)

A sterling silver coffee pot, Carrington & Co of Regent Street, London 1919, having a fruitwood handle and gadrooned border, 28 x 18 x 12cm, 836g (26.9t oz)

Lot No:  146 (Silver)

A sterling silver baby's rattle in the form of a teddy bear, 11.5 x 3.5 x 2cm, 25g (0.81t oz) together with a German WMF silver plated Christening mug decorated with a boy to the side.

Lot No:  147 (Silver)

An early 20th century Chinese silver vase, Wang Hing & Co, stamped to the base, 9 x 9 x 9cm, together with an early 20th century Chinese silver cigarette case by the same maker, 9 x 8 x 1cm, 281g (9.05t oz) gross.

Lot No:  148 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, high ct, yellow metal, large, oval-shaped locket studded with seed pearls on the front panel in the form of a cross and to the reverse a monogrammed initials 'ER' or 'EB' with a band of finely-engraved scrolls to the edge of each panel, a solid yellow metal pendant loop, Unsigned and unmarked. Dimensions of Cross: 2.2 x 1.8 cm, Diameter  read more 

Lot No:  149 (Silver)

A cased Edwardian Art Nouveau sterling silver cruet set, Elkington, Birmingham 1904, each decorated with three handles, having glass liners (one missing), some of the cruet spoons with different maker's marks, 386g (12.43t oz) gross (weighed without liners).

Lot No:  150 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, 15 ct yellow gold brooch set with a very large, natural, octagonal, faceted amethyst within a collet mount with an added rope twist, framed border, on the reverse the brooch pin and pendant loop, Brooch dimensions: 2.6 x 2.6, Amethyst dimensions: 2.3 x 2.3 cm. Weight: 12.5 g.

Lot No:  151 (Silver)

A sterling silver sugar sifter, Josiah Williams & Co, London 1921, 10cm long, together with three sterling silver cruet spoons, 48g (1.55t oz) gross, together with two silver plated spoons.

Lot No:  152 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver cream jug, John Millward Banks, Birmingham 1890, having chased Neo-Rococo floral and scrolling designs, raised on three supports, 9.5 x 8.5 x 6cm, 82g (2.64t oz).

Lot No:  153 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver and tortoiseshell desk blotter, Charles Penny Brown, Birmingham 1904, having a brass handle, the tortoiseshell inlaid with a silver wreath, 5.5 x 9.5 x 6cm.

Lot No:  154 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver handled butter knives with stainless steel blades, Cooper Brothers, Sheffield 1931.

Lot No:  155 (Jewellery)

Two, antique, fine-quality, stick pins, one 18 ct yellow gold example set with a rectangular, faceted, natural, emerald in a chunky curved, eight- claw mount (Length of stick pin: 7.5 cm), (Dimensions of Emerald: 9 x 4 mm), with a 15 ct yellow gold antique example set with a circular gold mount with a rope-twist border framing a pietra dura roundel  read more 

Lot No:  156 (Silver)

A George III sterling silver cruet stand, Charles Chesterman II, London 1809, the stand having a gadrooned edge, the sides with engraved detail, on a mahogany base, supported by four feet, six of the eight cruets having sterling silver lids and collars, with hallmarks matching the cruet stand, together with two Victorian sterling silver spoons, 25 x  read more 

Lot No:  157 (Silver)

A sterling silver pin dish, Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1978, of circular form with heraldic crest to the centre, diameter 9.5cm, together with a Continental .900 standard silver ashtray also with a heraldic crest to the centre, 10 x 8.5cm, 112g (3.61t oz) gross.

Lot No:  158 (Silver)

A sterling silver card tray, W.W, Sheffield 1958, with a scrolling border, 2 x 16.5 x 16.5cm, 196g (6.3t oz).

Lot No:  159 (Silver)

A near pair of Persian white metal circular dishes, having engraved detail to the outer rim, set with Persian silver coins, 2 x 8.5 x 8.5cm, 141g (4.54t oz) gross.

Lot No:  160 (Silver)

A sterling silver and tortoiseshell jewellery box, A E Sturge, Birmingham 1924, of circular form, the tortoiseshell lid inlaid with a Neoclassical design, opening to reveal an interior lined with green velour, raised on three supports, 8 x 13 x 13cm, 266g (8.56t oz).

Lot No:  161 (Jewellery)

A boxed, pair of spectacular, 18 ct white gold, pearl and diamond drop earrings, each earring composed of an upper rose-cut diamond in a circular collet mount suspended by four further, collet-set rose cut diamonds to a truncated, pave-set diamond mount holding a large pink/white teardrop-shaped pearl. Length of earrings: 4.8 cm, Pearl Dimensions: 1.5  read more 

Lot No:  162 (Jewellery)

A substantial, 18 ct white gold pendant pave and collet set with brilliant cut diamonds and artistically designed as a stylised arabesque with suspended droplets, Length 9.3 cm, Weight 30.8 g.

Lot No:  163 (Silver)

A Continental .800 standard silver souvenir spoon for Munich, set with an enamelled shield, together with another .800 standard silver souvenir spoon, and a collection of silver plated souvenir spoons.

Lot No:  164 (Jewellery)

A fine, boxed, 18 ct yellow gold and platinum, diamond, five stone, ring, composed of five, graduated, brilliant-cut diamonds in double-prong, platinum settings, a pierced gallery and open back-holing, leading to straight, yellow gold shoulders and a smooth, rounded shank, Ring size: L 1/2, Weight: 3.4 g.

Lot No:  165 (Silver)

A Continental .935 standard silver souvenir spoon for Talinn, Estonia, with exquisitely painted enamel cityscape to the bowl, 13cm long, together with a .800 standard silver souvenir spoon for the Passion Play at Oberammergau, Germany, also hand enamelled to the bowl, 32g (1.03t oz) gross.

Lot No:  166 (Silver)

A pair of late Victorian sterling silver mustard pots with blue glass liners, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Birmingham 1900, having engraved stags heads to the lids, with two silver cruet spoons, together with two 19th century salts, London, with two silver cruet spoons, and a George III silver cruet spoon,  read more 

Lot No:  167 (Silver)

A cased pair of Victorian sterling silver salts with matching spoons, T Hayes, Birmingham 1897, 27g (0.88t oz).

Lot No:  168 (Jewellery)

A large, 19th century, solid silver locket with fine chased and engraved design, with the front panel engraved with a raised vertical panel incorporating a stylised, central motif and framed by sprigs of flowers and curved bands of engraved detail. The reverse panel depicts a chased design of an arrangement of flowers and a vacant shield-shaped cartouche  read more 

Lot No:  169 (Silver)

A collection of silver items including a sterling silver card tray, W & H Co Ltd, London 1916, having gadrooned edge, raised on three supports, diameter 16cm, together with a sterling silver bowl, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1901,a Chinese silver bowl, a money clip, a cased set of silver teaspoons, 477g (15.33t oz), and a small quantity of  read more 

Lot No:  170 (Silver)

A mid 19th century French .950 standard solid silver sugar sifter, Henri-Louis Chenailler, 21cm long, together with a Continental .800 standard solid silver serving spoon, 121g (3.88t oz) gross, a white metal Arts & Crafts serving spoon, a 19th century French Christofle silver plated and horn serving fork, a late 19th century French silver plated shell  read more 

Lot No:  171 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold, articulated ring in the 'brick-work style' of Cartier with a flattened, cross-shaped section (vacant cartouche for engraving one's initials) at the front of the ring, Ring Size: P, Weight: 5 g.

Lot No:  172 (Silver)

A matching sterling silver sugar bowl and milk jug, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1914 (bowl), 8 x 16.5 x 10.5cm, 1913 (jug), having angular handles, 259g (8.33t oz) gross.

Lot No:  173 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct yellow gold, chunky, various-linked bracelet, composed of two outer rows of an interwoven mesh of smaller links and conjoined centrally by forty-two, vertical, rose gold, squared links of alternating plain and ribbed design. Bracelet diameter 8.5 cm, Weight: 45 g. (Also stamped '0790' within a lozenge on the reverse of the clasp).

Lot No:  174 (Jewellery)

A charming, 9 ct yellow gold, amethyst pendant composed of a gold edged-mounted, tear-drop shape, faceted, natural amethyst on a yellow gold pendant loop and suspended on a fine, 9 ct yellow gold linked chain, Length of pendant (from top of pendant loop to bottom of amethyst):1.5 cm, Length of necklace: 21 cm, Gross Weight; 2.2 g.

Lot No:  175 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver photograph frame, S*, Birmingham 1899, having ornate floral detail, with a brown leather back (the stand needs some work), 20 x 15cm.

Lot No:  176 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, early 20th century, platinum, three-stone diamond ring, centrally composed of three, round, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw-settings, a decoratively-pierced gallery, leading to slender, elegant shoulders and smoothing to a round, shank, Ring Size: S, Weight: 2.5 g. Central diamond dimensions: 4 x 4 mm, Two flanking diamonds dimensions:  read more 

Lot No:  177 (Silver)

Three sterling silver photograph frames, including an Edwardian Art Nouveau example, Birmingham 1907, decorated with a glamorous lady and a butterfly amongst organic forms (stand detached), 17 x 14.5, a circular sterling silver frame, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1912, (stand detached), diameter 16.5cm, and a rectangular example, Henry Matthews, Birmingham  read more 

Lot No:  178 (Silver)

A sterling silver milk jug, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1919, with gilt wash interior, 91g (2.92t oz).

Lot No:  179 (Jewellery)

An Edwardian,18 ct yellow gold, diamond and pearl bar brooch, the length of the brooch studded alternately with three, round, natural pearls and two, claw-set brilliant-cut diamonds and secured with safety pin on reverse, Length of pin brooch: 3 cm, Weight: 2 g. (In original green leather, scallop- shaped box with beige velvet and gilt leather edged  read more 

Lot No:  180 (Silver)

A sterling silver Bachelor's three piece tea set, Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1922, the teapot having a fruitwood handle and finial, 12 x 21 x 12cm, 473g (15.21t oz) gross.

Lot No:  181 (Silver)

A mid 19th century American silver swing handled basket, Ball Black & Co, New York, the bowl of spherical form with cast masks over the four hooved supports, 17 x 13 x 13cm, 291g (9.35t oz).

Lot No:  182 (Silver)

A collection of silver items, including a sterling silver card holder, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1921, 6 x 8.5 x 4cm, a small Victorian sterling silver tazza, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1886, napkin rings, spoons and other items, 237g (7.64t oz) gross.

Lot No:  183 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold heart- shaped pendant set with small brilliant cut diamonds, the right hand side of the heart pendant featuring a second row of diamonds. Dimensions: 2.1 x 2.1 cm, Weight 2 g.

Lot No:  184 (Silver)

A collection of three George III and one Victorian hallmarked sterling silver sauce ladles, including one made by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, one by William Eley & William Fearn, one by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, and another, 223g (7.2 t oz) gross

Lot No:  185 (Silver)

A sterling silver trophy cup, 1930 Birmingham, maker's mark is rubbed, raised on a bakelite stand, 16.5cm tall,together with a hallmarked sterling silver twin handled trophy cup, William Neale, Birmingham 1937, raised on a bakelite stand, 13cm tall, 89g (2.82t oz) gross, weighed without stands.

Lot No:  186 (Jewellery)

A large, Continental, 19th century, shell cameo brooch in a substantial 14 ct yellow gold frame and mount, composed of a central. oval-shaped, antique, carved cameo depicting a seated woman wearing classical drapery, with vines in the hair and taking grapes from a footed bowl. Mounted in a solid, collet mount and surrounded by a solid frame of scrolling  read more 

Lot No:  187 (Silver)

An Edwardian hallmarked sterling silver hip flask, Charles Westwood & Sons, Birmingham 1905, both the lid and the base are hallmarked, the base is gilded to the interior, and has a monogram, 16 x 9 x 3cm, the silver base weighs 70g (2.26t oz).

Lot No:  188 (Jewellery)

A large, Art Deco, platinum and hard-stone parrot pendant / brooch, the perched bird inset with sections of hand-cut malachite, lapis lazuli, rose quartz, white agate and red hard-stone into a collet set, solid platinum 2 mm mount with large pendant loop and small brooch pin on reverse, Stamped: 'PLAT 950' Dimensions: 6 x 1.5 cm, Weight: 9.3 g

Lot No:  189 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver candlesticks, HBH, Birmingham 2000, having Millennium mark, raised on circular bases, filled, 17 x 9.5 x 9.5cm, 534g (17.17t oz) gross.

Lot No:  190 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold diamond set ring featuring an allover stylised bow motif, composed of channel- set baguette diamonds and bezel and milllegrain- set brilliant cut diamonds, Ring size: P, Weight: 9.9 g.

Lot No:  191 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver and cut glass scent bottle with stopper, Collett & Anderson, London 1907, it is hallmarked to both to the lid and the collar, 10 x 7 x 7cm, the lid weighs 11g (0.37t oz).

Lot No:  192 (Silver)

A collection of sterling silver items including an Edwardian sugar sifter, C I & S, Chester 1901, two napkin rings and a set of six coffee spoons, 92g (2.98t oz) gross.

Lot No:  193 (Jewellery)

A pair of 9 ct yellow gold, fire opal (doublet) stud earrings, each earring composed of a large, oval-shaped fire opal (doublet) in a four-claw setting with a good play of colour and varying hues of deep blue, purple, red and green. Dimensions of opals: 8 x 7 mm, Gross Weight: 1.8 g. (2)

Lot No:  194 (Silver)

A pair of Edwardian sterling silver curling irons together with a box, William Davenport, Birmingham 1902, the handles of the irons bear Continental silver hallmarks so it is probable that they were imported to Britain, the blades of the curling irons are stamped 'Steel', and the interior of the box is silver plated, the stand for the irons inside the  read more 

Lot No:  195 (Jewellery)

A natural, rectangular, faceted, emerald (loose stone) 4.85 carats, Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 5 mm, Weight: 1.2 g.

Lot No:  196 (Silver)

A Harrison Brothers & Howson silver plated sauce boat, 10 x 17.5 x 10cm, together with two Art Deco silver plated cocktail shakers, and a pierced silver plated bonbon dish with handle.

Lot No:  197 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, 18 ct yellow gold and platinum, emerald and diamond cluster ring, composed of a central, bezel set, round, faceted, natural emerald, surrounded by a halo of ten, bright, round, brilliant-cut diamonds in platinum, claw settings, to slender, tapering shoulders and a rounded shank, Ring Size: K Emerald dimensions: 4 x 4 mm, Diamond Dimensions:  read more 

Lot No:  198 (Silver)

A George V cased pair of sterling silver fish servers with ivory handles, Frederick C Asman & Co, Sheffield 1929, they are hallmarked to both the blade and the collar, and there is an engraved motif to both the handles, the fish servers together weigh 208g (6.75t oz).