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Fine Jewellery and Silver

Monday, 11th December

Lot No:  199 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, yellow metal, Etruscan revival, turquoise studded brooch pin and ring, the brooch set with a domed circular plaque studded with natural turquoise stones with a rose-cut diamond within a star to the centre, all within a yellow metal, rope-twist border and with solid yellow metal brooch pin to reverse, (Length of brooch: 3.5 cm, Dia of round,  read more 

Lot No:  200 (Silver)

A George IV sterling silver teapot, Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London, 1829, having a silver rose finial, ivory insulators to the silver handle, an engraved armorial crest to one side, with an engraved lion head to the other, raised on a footed base, 15 x 26 x 15.5cm, 738g (23.72t oz).

Lot No:  201 (Jewellery)

A striking, large, 18 ct white gold pave set diamond ring in the form of six stylised and overlapping leaves with fancy back-holing detail and a solid, thick, shank. Ring size: M, Weight: 21.2 g.

Lot No:  202 (Silver)

A mid Victorian sterling silver sugar basket, Fenton Brothers, Sheffield 1877, of oval form, having a swing handle, a beaded edge, ornate engraved decoration and raised on an oval foot, 18 x 17 x 11cm, 238g (7.71t oz).

Lot No:  203 (Jewellery)

A stunning, boxed, Art Deco, platinum, three stone diamond ring, composed of three, large, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw mounts and in open-backed settings, a delicately, hand-pierced gallery, chenier detailing to the slender, tapering shoulders and leading to a slim shank, Ring Size: L, Weight: 2.7 g. Central diamond dimensions: 6 x 5 mm, outer diamonds  read more 

Lot No:  204 (Jewellery)

A yellow gold (tested as 18 ct), diamond, emerald and Baroque pearl bracelet, composed of six, gold panels each inset with a central, white, Baroque pearl flanked by two scrolls each inset with two, round, faceted, emeralds, leading to a large, central panel of gold leaves, centrally-set with a white, Baroque pearl flanked by two, brilliant-cut diamonds  read more 

Lot No:  205 (Silver)

A fine mid to late Victorian silver gilt perfume bottle, George Brace of London's maker's mark (active between 1859 and 1892), having a silver gilt lid, collar and chain on a cut glass body, the lid has an engraved monogram, 9 x 6 x 2.5cm, it weighs 119g.

Lot No:  206 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, 18 ct white gold, sapphire (multi-coloured) and diamond set bracelet, composed of twenty-six articulated panels each set with two outer rows of six, small, brilliant-cut diamonds and three, square-cut sapphires within, carefully selected to create the rainbow spectrum, with a secure fastening and two figure of 8 secure clasps. Length  read more 

Lot No:  207 (Silver)

A mid 19th century French .950 standard solid silver condiment dish, Emile Hugo of Rue Des Quatre-Fils, Paris, made between 1853-80, in the Neo-Rococo style with twin scrolling handles, raised on four supports, having a blue glass liner (one large chip to the rim), 9.5 x 19 x 9.5cm, the silver weighs 166g (538t oz).

Lot No:  208 (Jewellery)

A boxed, contemporary, 18 ct white gold and diamond set suite to include a stunning necklace composed of a stylised stem and foliage set with baguette and brilliant-cut diamonds and wrapping round to three pave-diamond set fronds, each with a marquise-shaped drop of pave diamonds, (Length: 23 cm), a similar frond bangle set with baguette and brilliant-cut  read more 

Lot No:  209 (Jewellery)

An exceptional, antique, 18 ct white gold, ruby and diamond ring, composed of a central white gold panel inset with three, large, oval-shaped, claw-set, faceted, natural rubies, alternated by two, vertical rows of two, round, brilliant cut diamonds in mille grain settings, a hand-pierced gallery, leading to straight shoulders and a solid, squared shank,  read more 

Lot No:  210 (Silver)

An Art Deco sterling silver cigarette case, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1927, it has engine turned decoration and a monogram to the exterior, and is gilded to the interior, 8.5 x 8 x 1cm, 109g (3.51t oz).

Lot No:  211 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, engraved, yellow metal, miniature extending pencil (likely to be by Sampson Mordan & Co, London) converted into a pin brooch or tie-pin, set with a turquoise-studded collar which when pushed, releases the lead pencil, a floral engraved, hexagonally-faceted shaft terminating in a fluted finial inset with a natural amethyst. A yellow metal  read more 

Lot No:  212 (Silver)

A circa 1920's American Art Deco hallmarked sterling silver and glass atomiser perfume bottle, the silver lid has black and white geometric enamelled detail, while the cut glass body has black enamelled geometric decoration (no atomiser bulb), 11 x 8 x 3.5cm.

Lot No:  213 (Jewellery)

A solid 18 ct, white gold ring composed of two large, Baroque pearls with matching stud earrings, the ring set centrally with two, creamy white Baroque pearls set slightly above and below the shank, leading to solid 18 ct white gold shoulders and a chunky, 18 ct white gold, shank, Maker: W. K, Ring Size: M 1/2, with a pair of 18 ct white gold stud earrings  read more 

Lot No:  214 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver vesta case, T H Hazlewood & Co, Birmingham 1900, having bright cut engraved all-over acanthus leaf decoration and a monogram with a striker to the base, 5.5 x 6cm, 44g (1.4t oz).

Lot No:  215 (Jewellery)

An exquisite, pair of 18 ct white gold, sapphire (multi-coloured) and diamond clip earrings, each earring composed of a curved white gold panel set with an outer row twenty-two, small, brilliant-cut diamonds and five, square-cut sapphires within (pink, blue, yellow, green and pale purple). Earring Dimensions: 1.6 x 0.5 cm, Gross Weight: 4.1 g. (2)

Lot No:  216 (Silver)

A George V sterling silver vesta case, Neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1913, 5 x 5.5cm, together with an Edwardian sterling silver cigarette case, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1905, having an engraved acanthus leaf pattern decorating half of each side and engraved 'PEL 1906', 6.5 x 8cm, 97g (3.12t oz) gross.

Lot No:  217 (Jewellery)

An antique yellow gold, diamond and pearl ring (tested as 18 ct), centrally set with a small white natural pearl flanked by two, round, claw-set brilliant-cut diamonds, leading to fluted shoulders and a slender shank, (Ring Size: N) with an Art Deco white metal (looks to be platinum) and diamond set wedding band, Ring Size: N, Gross Weight:4.3g (2)  read more 

Lot No:  218 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver and glass perfume bottle, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1880, the lid is engraved with a stag, 8 x 2 x 2cm.

Lot No:  219 (Jewellery)

A large, antique, 9 ct yellow gold mounted, oval, carved, shell cameo brooch/pendant, depicting a pastoral scene of a kneeling woman and two children with a goat under an apple tree, (quality, detailed, high relief carving), in a yellow gold rope twist border, Unsigned, brooch bar fitting and pendant loop on reverse. Dimensions of Cameo: 3.8 x 3.1 cm,  read more 

Lot No:  220 (Silver)

A mid Victorian cased sterling silver Christening set, George Unite, Birmingham 1865, contained in it's original triangular leather case, marked with the name of the retailer ''Madeley & Company, Calcutta', the Christening set consists of a mug, knife, fork and spoon which are all individually hallmarked and are decorated with a mixture of engine turning  read more 

Lot No:  221 (Jewellery)

A boxed pair of vintage, 9 ct yellow gold, large, cultured pearl, stud earrings, each stud earring centrally set with a round, large, cultured pearl with a creamy hue (Pearl Dimension: 9 x 9 mm) on a 9 ct yellow gold bar fitting and with 9 ct yellow gold backings, Gross Weight: 2.5 g. (3)

Lot No:  222 (Jewellery)

An 18 ct white gold, contemporary, Italian, diamond-set cuff, composed of a flexible design made from a large strip of buffed white gold, mounted with six, brilliant-cut diamonds in squared, galleried mounts and four-claw settings. The curving ends of the cuff are capped in matte white gold. Length: 18.9 cm, Width: 2.5 cm, Weight: 10 g.

Lot No:  223 (Jewellery)

A cased and boxed, Tiffany & Co, 18 ct yellow gold chain set with a diamond solitaire pendant the fine 18 ct gold link chain stamped TIFFANY & CO on a small rectangular plaque near the clasp, suspended by a tapered yellow gold pendant loop (Length: 6 mm) to a four-claw set, round, brilliant-cut diamond, with a bright flash/sparkle in an open-backed,  read more 

Lot No:  224 (Silver)

A Scottish sterling silver quaiche, Thomas Kerr Ebbutt, Edinburgh 1934, having lion rampant mark, with a Celtic design border incorporating intertwined mythical creatures, 4 x 12 x 9cm, 90g (2.91t oz).

Lot No:  225 (Jewellery)

An impressive, 18 ct white gold, large, diamond and aquamarine cluster ring, centrally composed of a large, stepped-cut, natural aquamarine in a four claw setting surrounded by a frame of twelve, round, brilliant-cut diamonds, to straight, slender shoulders and a smooth, round shank, Ring Size: N, Weight: 4.6 g. Aquamarine dimensions: 8.5 x 6 mm, Diamond  read more 

Lot No:  226 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver and glass decanter, William Comyns & Sons, London 1893, of hourglass form with wrythen glass, the silver has Neo-Rococo swirling repoussage decoration (crack to the glass), 26 x 9 x 9cm.

Lot No:  227 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, 18 ct yellow gold and five stone, yellow diamond ring, composed of a raised, curving, claw-set row of five, graduated, yellow coloured (fancy) diamonds, fancy-shaped back-holing to the reverse of ring, leading to smoothed, straight shoulders and terminating in a rounded shank, Sheffield, Ring Size: O, Weight: 4 g. Dimensions of central  read more 

Lot No:  228 (Silver)

A late Victorian crystal and silver plated claret jug, the crystal has cut geometric designs and the silver plated spout has a bright cut engraved border, 27 x 16 x 13cm.

Lot No:  229 (Jewellery)

A vintage, 18 ct yellow, rose and white gold, abstract, swirl-design brooch composed of five, interlocking swirls of different coloured gold, Stamped 750, London, Maker: CPJ, 1985, Dimensions: 3.7 x 3.1 cm, Weight: 11.2 g.

Lot No:  230 (Silver)

Two cased sets of six sterling silver coffee spoons, the first by Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham 1926, having 'coffee beans' to the handles, 9cm long, contained in a Harrod's box, the second by Mappin & Webb Ltd, Sheffield 1928, having 'coffee beans' to the handles, 8cm long, contained in a Mappin & Webb box, 75g (2.4t oz) gross.

Lot No:  231 (Jewellery)

A pair of vintage, 9 ct yellow gold, very large, circular-shaped pearl stud earrings, each earring composed of a central, gold-collet mounted pearl with a pale, greyish hue (Pearl Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.4 cm approx) on secure fixed gold backings, Maker: M. H, Birmingham, Length of earrings: 1.5 cm, Gross Weight: 9 g. (2)

Lot No:  232 (Silver)

A cased set of six sterling silver teaspoons with the matching sugar spoon, Angora Silver Plate Co, Sheffield 1936, the teaspoons 11cm long, 83g (2.66t oz) gross.

Lot No:  233 (Jewellery)

A boxed, pair of impressive, 14 ct white gold, large, pave diamond stud earrings, each square-shape earring composed of forty-nine, pave, square-shaped, brilliant-cut diamonds, with a pierced gallery and open back-holing, to a white gold bar fitting and screw-backs. Dimensions of stud earrings: 12 x 12 x 4 mm, Gross Weight: 5.5 g. (2)

Lot No:  234 (Silver)

A sterling silver cased ladies curling iron warmer, WHR & SNS, London 1903, monogrammed, the silver case of square form, containing a silver plated interior featuring spirit burner and fold-out stand, 5 x 11 x 5.5cm when closed, 353g (11.33t oz) gross.

Lot No:  235 (Jewellery)

Three, vintage, weighty, 18 ct yellow gold, cultured pearl and diamond musical instrument brooches, to include a cello brooch set with three brilliant-cut diamonds and twenty-five, round, cultured pearls (6.5 x 3.3 cm), a harp brooch set with seven, brilliant-cut diamonds and a graduated row of ten pink cultured pearls (5 x 2.5 cm) and a circular horn  read more 

Lot No:  236 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver bowl, E S Barnsley & Co (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham 1910, having gilt wash interior, the bowl split into four sections and separated by ram's heads, raised on a circular base, marked Rd530832 to the underside of the base, 9 x 12 x 12cm, 126g (4.06t oz).

Lot No:  237 (Jewellery)

A cased and boxed, pair of elegant, Tiffany and Co, platinum and diamond stud earrings, each stud earring composed of a round, brilliant-cut diamond in a four-claw setting on a 1 cm, platinum earring post/ bar stamped '950 Tiffany & Co', Diamond dimensions: 3 x 3 m each, The platinum screw-backs also stamped '950 Tiffany & Co', Gross Weight:1.5 g  read more 

Lot No:  238 (Silver)

A pair late 19th / early 20th century American sterling silver vases, Barbour Silver Co, Hartford Conneticut, of conical form, with gilt interior, decorated with bright cut engraved scrolling acanthus leaves to the sides and the base, 15 x 6 x 6cm, 140g (4.51t oz) gross.

Lot No:  239 (Watches)

A 19th century, finely-engraved, Swiss, silver pocket watch with silver dial and rose gold Roman numerals under a thick, bevelled glass, the case profusely engraved with the reverse very finely engraved with a central vacant cartouche surrounded by floral and scrolling motifs, Internally hallmarked .935 within a chevron with two standing bears (Swiss  read more 

Lot No:  240 (Silver)

A sterling silver sugar caster, (maker's mark rubbed) London 1913, having lobed sides and raised on three supports, 14 x 6.5 x 6.5cm, 159g (5.14t oz).

Lot No:  241 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian Walker & Hall silver plated asparagus tongs, having ornately engraved and pierced blades, 23 x 5 x 8.5cm.

Lot No:  242 (Watches)

An American 14ct gold stiffened (plated) half hunter pocket watch, Lever Brothers Limited, New York, having subsidiary seconds dial and Roman numerals, engraved inside 'Chester, Eisteddfod 1904, Won by J Stubbs', 6 x 4 x 1cm.

Lot No:  243 (Silver)

An Edwardian Art Nouveau sterling silver box, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1905, the lid embossed with a lady holding a flower, the interior lined with green velour, 1.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm, 19g (0.63t oz).

Lot No:  244 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver sugar caster, E S Barnsley & Co (Edward Souter Barnsley), Birmingham 1909, of octagonal section with a pierced lid, 16.5 x 6 x 6cm, 86cm (2.77t oz).

Lot No:  245 (Jewellery)

A spectacular, Art Deco, platinum and diamond solitaire ring (1/2 carat), composed of a central, round, brilliant-cut diamond in an eight-claw setting, pierced gallery detail, chenier-set, elegant, tapering shoulders leading to a smooth, squared shank, Ring Size: N 1/2, Weight: 2.5 g. (A good, clean, white-coloured diamond with no eye-visible inclusions).  read more 

Lot No:  246 (Silver)

A collection of six sterling silver photograph frames, Carr's of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 1989, 1990, 1991, 1991, 1992, 1992, the largest 22.5 x 17.5cm.

Lot No:  247 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver caddy spoon, W S Savage & Co, Sheffield 1906, having engraved floral decoration, 6cm long, together with a George III sterling silver condiment spoon, Thomas Hayter, London 1806, with engraved monogram to the handle, and a gilt wash to the bowl, 10cm long, 23g (0.75t oz) gross.

Lot No:  248 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 ct yellow gold, diamond and cultured pearl drop earrings, each earring composed of a decorative, openwork, multi-shaped panel inset with brilliant-cut diamonds and terminating in a ribbed pendant loop attached to a creamy/white, round, cultured pearl drop. (The diamond -set panel has a pierced gallery tier and open-backed diamond settings  read more 

Lot No:  249 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver sweetmeat dish, William Neale, Birmingham 1905, of navette form, having gardooned and scrolling edge with pierced sides, 5 x 19 x 11.5cm, together with an Edwardian sterling silver bonbon dish, Martin, Hall & Co (Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall), Chester 1909, of oval form with a beaded border and pierced sides, raised on  read more 

Lot No:  250 (Silver)

A Victorian sterling silver vinaigrette, George Unite, Birmingham 1889, of circular form, having embossed decoration to the outside, and a gilded interior, on a chain, 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.5cm, 20g (0.65t oz).

Lot No:  251 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 ct white gold, diamond stud earrings, each earring composed of a central flower head inset with seven, round, brilliant cut diamonds, on a white gold bar fitting with butterfly backings, Diameter of diamond stud earrings: 4 x 4 mm, Gross weight: 1.1 g (2)

Lot No:  252 (Watches)

A Swiss .800 standard silver Omega pocket watch, having Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 7 x 5 x 1cm, 89g (2.88t oz).

Lot No:  253 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver pin dish, William Comyns & Sons, London 1897, of rectangular form, embossed with two birds, masks, and foliate designs, 7 x 11.5 x 1cm, 40g (1.28t oz).

Lot No:  254 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver belt buckle, Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham 1910, decorated with a butterfly, with engraved acanthus leaf design to one half of the buckle, 7 x 4.5cm, together with a sterling silver bangle, Charles Horner, Chester, 1939, engraved with acanthus leaf design, 6 x 6 x 2cm.

Lot No:  255 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver miniature playing card holder with cards, T H Hazlewood & Co, Birmingham 1899, 4.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm, 28g (0.91t oz) weighed without cards, together with a cased set of four sterling silver bridge pencils, made in England.

Lot No:  256 (Jewellery)

A spectacular pair of 18 ct yellow gold and large, emerald stud earrings, each earring composed of a triangular-shaped, ribbed, gold mount, bezel-set with a triangular, faceted, natural emerald in open backed mounts, with gold bar fitting and secured backings, Maker: M. O. A, Dimensions of stud earrings: 1.1 x 1.5 cm, Dimensions of triangular emeralds:  read more 

Lot No:  257 (Silver)

A collection of sterling silver items including a cased cruet set, Docker & Burn Ltd, Birmingham 1924, having blue glass liners, a cased napkin ring, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1912, a matching napkin ring without a case, and a cased set of six teaspoons, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1925, 162g (5.23t oz) gross, weighed without the liners.  read more 

Lot No:  258 (Silver)

A collection of five sterling silver sugar tongs, including an example by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1898, a pair by William Sumner, London 1792, a pair by Peter & William Bateman, London 1808, a pair by Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1804, and a Georgian pair, assayed in Newcastle, 143g (4.64t oz) gross.

Lot No:  259 (Jewellery)

A 9 ct white gold, diamond, five, flower head-set ring, the ring composed of a a larger central flower head set with seven, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw-settings, flanked on both sides by two further diamond-set flower heads composed of seven, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw-settings, within a raised, pronged gallery and fancy-shaped back-holing leading  read more 

Lot No:  260 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver helmet form cream jug, William Aitken, Chester 1900, of octagonal section, raised on an octagonal section base, 14 x 12 x 6.5cm, 101g (3.24t oz).

Lot No:  261 (Jewellery)

An Art Deco, ladies, solid platinum wedding band with a smooth, squared shank, Ring Size: L 1/2, Weight: 2.6 g. Makers: W. W. Ltd, London, marked 'platinum' on shank.

Lot No:  262 (Jewellery)

A vintage, 9 ct yellow gold ribbed ring, inset with three curving bands of four brilliant-cut diamonds (twelve diamonds in total), with open back-holing, amongst textured, ribbed gold detailing across the ring, Ring Size: K, Weight: 2.2 g.

Lot No:  263 (Silver)

A sterling silver envelope form card case, Adie & Lovekin, Birmingham 1915, engraved allover with a scrolling acanthus leaf design, with a vacant cartouche to the rear, gilt washed inside, and on a chain, 5.5 x 8.5cm, with Henry Tonkin Esqr R.A. card inside.

Lot No:  264 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver bonbon dish, C L Stait & Co, Birmingham 1903, of oval form, having twin handles, pierced sides and repoussage scrolling leaves with flowerheads, 4.5 x 18.5 x 9.5cm, 70g (2.25t oz).

Lot No:  265 (Jewellery)

A spectacular, boxed, 18 ct yellow gold, diamond and sapphire, five stone ring, composed of two, cushion-shaped, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw settings alternated by three, blue, cushion-shaped, faceted, natural sapphires, open back-holing and leading to straight, ribbed shoulders and a slender shank, Maker: S & H, Ring Size: O 1/2, Weight: 3.7 g.  read more 

Lot No:  266 (Silver)

A late 19th century Continental (probably German) sterling silver place card holder in the form of a cherub, wearing an apron, holding a tray of food on his head, the stand having English import hallmarks, B Muller & Son (Berthold Muller), Chester 1899, 5.5 x 7 x 3cm, together with a late 19th / early 20th century German .800 standard solid silver table  read more 

Lot No:  267 (Silver)

An Irish sterling silver bowl, West & Son, Dublin 1916, having repoussage floral designs to the side, raised on three lion mask and paw supports, 6 x 13 x 13cm

Lot No:  268 (Watches)

A gun metal cased Hebdomas pocket watch, having an 8 day movement, the enamelled dial with Arabic numerals and floral designs, 6.5 x 5 x 1.5cm.

Lot No:  269 (Silver)

A late Victorian sterling silver sauce boat, Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1898, the handle capped with an acanthus leaf, raised on three hooved feet, 9 x 15 x 8.5cm, 144g (4.63t oz).

Lot No:  270 (Jewellery)

An early 19th century, white metal (tested as platinum), emerald and diamond ring, centrally composed of a round, faceted, natural emerald in a claw-setting, flanked by two, round, brilliant-cut diamonds in claw-settings, fancy-shaped back-holing to the reverse, to smooth, tapering shoulders and terminating in a rounded shank, Unmarked but tested as  read more 

Lot No:  271 (Silver)

A cased set of six late Victorian sterling silver teaspoons with the matching sugar tongs, Robert Stebbings, London 1892, Albany pattern, 12cm long, together with an Edwardian cased sterling silver knife, fork and spoon set, J & J Maxfield Ltd, Sheffield 1903, Albany pattern, and four sterling silver teaspoons, Sir John Bennett Ltd, London 1932, 284g  read more 

Lot No:  272 (Jewellery)

A charming, yellow gold diamond and pearl wishbone designed pendant on a fine, 18 ct yellow gold chain, the wishbone pendant (attached by a ribbed pendant loop) set at the top with a single, claw-set, brilliant cut diamond and further set with a round, cultured pearl with a pink hue, Dimensions of pendant - (top of pendant loop to bottom of pendant):  read more 

Lot No:  273 (Silver)

A Continental glass decanter with a silver collar, the stopper of teardrop form, engraved with a star, the collar marked 'CEITAO & I', with a crown, the body having copper wheel engraved flowers, 22.5 x 8 x 7cm.

Lot No:  274 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver jewellery box, William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1905, of club form with a pin cushion lid, which opens to reveal a silk lined interior, the silver exterior having pierced scrolling designs, 5 x 8 x 8cm, the silver 31g (1.03t oz).

Lot No:  275 (Silver)

A sterling silver cased miniature carriage clock, possibly Reichenberg & Co, London 1912, having Roman numerals to the enamelled dial (damaged), and a French movement, gilded to the interior of the case, 9 x 4 x 4.5cm.

Lot No:  276 (Silver)

An Edwardian mahogany and sterling silver jewellery box, Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1906, formed of a mahogany box, the lid cross banded with a satinwood border, opening to reveal a fitted interior, the sides of the box enclosed in sterling silver, and raised on four stylised supports, 6 x 16 x 11cm

Lot No:  277 (Watches)

A smart, 18 ct yellow gold, 1940's, ladies wristwatch with a squared glass-covered dial with gold numerals within a ribbed, squared gold mount with winder at side, on the original, elegant, gold mesh strap and with secure fastening attachment. Length of wristwatch: 19 cm, Maker: B. C, Gross Weight: 29.8 g. (Reverse of watch case engraved 'Mischa, 11.6.1955,  read more 

Lot No:  278 (Silver)

A late Victorian glass decanter with a sterling silver collar, James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin), Chester 1900, having chased scrolling and floral designs, the glass body engraved with flowers, 32 x 9 x 9cm.

Lot No:  279 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver desk blotter, London (hallmarks rubbed), decorated with repoussage and pierced birds among scrolling designs, 7 x 11 x 7.5cm, together with a miniature silver cased Book of Common Prayer, Green & Cadbury Ltd, Birmingham 1904, the cover depicting five angels after Sir Joshua Reynolds, 5.5. x 5 x 1cm.

Lot No:  280 (Jewellery)

A double strand, cultured pearl bracelet with a 9 ct yellow gold clasp, with each of the two rows consisting of twenty-six, round, white cultured pearls, (hand-knotted between each pearl), Length of bracelet: 19 cm, Weight: 19.1 g.

Lot No:  281 (Silver)

A set of six Victorian sterling silver teaspoons, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), London 1890, each having a figure of a British soldier to the end of the handle, 13.5cm, (some damaged), in an associated case, together with a cased set of five sterling silver cake forks, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1911, 12.5cm long, and a cased set of six  read more 

Lot No:  282 (Silver)

A George IV Scottish sterling silver mustard pot, George McHattie, Edinburgh 1823, containing a blue glass liner, having a shell thumb piece to the lid and a floral border, 6 x 11 x 8cm, together with a George III sterling silver condiment spoon, Thomas Wallis III, London 1798, 10cm long, 148g (4.76t oz) gross (weighed without liner).

Lot No:  283 (Silver)

A Continental sterling silver framed mantel clock, having a quartz movement, the dial having Roman numerals and marked Valenti, 16 x 19 x 7cm.

Lot No:  284 (Jewellery)

A Danish, hallmarked silver-gilt, large, leaf necklace, composed of a thick sterling silver and 24 ct yellow gold- plated wire necklet suspended by an elongated pendant loop and a large, leaf sprig pendant, Length: 21.5 cm, Length of Pendant (from top of pendant loop to bottom): 7.5 cm, Width: 6.2 cm, Weight: 23 g.

Lot No:  285 (Watches)

A Swiss .800 standard silver pocket watch, parcel gilt with rose gold, having engine turned detail to the rear of the case, with Arabic numerals to the enamelled dial and subsidiary seconds dial, 7 x 5 x 1cm.

Lot No:  286 (Jewellery)

A chunky, 18 ct white gold, diamond and large tanzanite ring, composed of a large, oval-shaped, faceted tanzanite in a four claw, double-prong setting, galleried mount and shoulders, each shoulder set with four, brilliant-cut diamonds in mille grain settings smoothing to a rounded, solid shank, Ring size: P, Weight: 7.8 g. Tanzanite Dimensions: 1 x  read more 

Lot No:  287 (Jewellery)

An elegant, 10 ct yellow gold tennis bracelet set with green sapphires, composed of a an articulated row of fifty-four, square cut, collet-set sapphires of three hues of green (from pale to vivid), with a pierced gallery and square-shaped back-holing, with secure clasp and fastening, Length: 18.5 cm, Weight: 11.8 g.

Lot No:  288 (Silver)

A pair of late Victorian cased silver plated fish servers, having sterling silver collars, William Yates Ltd, Sheffield 1898, the silver plated blades engraved with scrolling designs, the handles carved in horn in the form of fish, with glass eyes, the knife 29cm long.

Lot No:  289 (Silver)

An Edwardian sterling silver magnifying glass, incorporating a stainless steel letter opener, Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1909, having floral design to the handle, 27.5cm long, 88g (2.83t oz) total weight.

Lot No:  290 (Jewellery)

A cased, strand of cultured pearls with a large, oval-shaped, 18 ct yellow gold, diamond and sapphire clasp, the outer row strung with sixty-one, round, cultured pearls and the inner row with fifty-seven, round, cultured pearls and terminating in an oval-shaped clasp 18 ct yellow and white gold clasp set with a central bezel-set, oval-shaped sapphire  read more 

Lot No:  291 (Silver)

A cased set of twelve .833 standard solid silver long cocktail spoons, probably Brazilian, having twisted handles, each with a different design to the end of the handle, 18cm long, 146g (4.69t oz), the box marked 'Prata De Lei 900'.

Lot No:  292 (Jewellery)

An Edwardian, 9 ct yellow gold and large amethyst, cocktail ring, the ring composed of a fine, large, oval-shaped, faceted, natural, amethyst in a four-claw, double-prong setting with a decoratively-pierced basket-shaped gallery with large, open back-holing, Delicate chenier detailing to each elegantly, tapering gold shoulder to a smooth, rounded shank,  read more 

Lot No:  293 (Jewellery)

A delicate, 18 ct yellow gold, multi link bracelet, Length: 17.5 cm Weight: 4.1 g

Lot No:  294 (Silver)

A cased Scottish sterling silver butter knife and jam spoon, Francis Howard Ltd, Edinburgh 1961, each with pierced and engraved thistle to the handle, the knife 13.5cm long, together with a cased pair of Edwardian Mappin Brothers preserve spoons, Sheffield 1901, 15cm long, 95g (3.07t oz) gross.

Lot No:  295 (Jewellery)

An elegant, cultured pearl drop necklace strung with ninety pearls with a 9 ct yellow gold pendant fitting suspended by a larger tear-drop shaped pearl and with a 9 ct yellow gold barrel and pin clasp, Length: 24 cm, Weight: 15.2 g.

Lot No:  296 (Watches)

A Swiss .935 standard silver Movado Ermeto purse watch, having Arabic numerals to the square dial, the interior gilded, bearing British import marks, Stockwell & Co (George Stockwell), London 1909, 3 x 5.5 x 1cm, 73g (2.35t oz).

Lot No:  297 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver Sherry and Brandy decanter labels, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 2005, 19g (0.61t oz) gross.