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Fine Jew el l ery & Watches T U E S D AY 5 N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 3 AT 6 P M

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ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES AUCKLAND 13 & 14 NOVEMBER 2013

LOT 585 Anton Seuffert Parquetry Floral Pattern Card Table THEODORE JACQUES RALLI (Greek 1852–1909) Est. The$40,000–50,000 Mandolin Player, Cairo

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Fine Antique & Modern Jewellery Wrist & Pocket Watches, accessories Sale 1190 TO BE SOLD IN WELLINGTON, TUESDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2013 7 MAGINNITY ST, CBD SESSION ONE • 2PM Lots J1–J205 Affordable & Estate Jewellery SESSION TWO • 6PM Items listed in this catalogue Lots 1–20 Wrist & Pocket Watches Lots 21–155 Jewellery including: Lots 44–47 Loose Stones Lots 140–142 Designer Handbags NO DELIVERY OF ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE GIVEN DURING SALE SESSIONS. Buyers Premium: 15% + GST on all lots sold. AUCKLAND VIEWING 12 Akepiro St, Mt Eden Sat–Sun 19–20 Oct 11am – 3pm Mon–Wed 21–23 Oct 9.30am – 5pm An Auckland Only Selection of Affordable Estate Jewellery will be sold in Auckland at 4pm on Wed 23 Oct. Lots 1000–1100 WELLINGTON VIEWING 7 Maginnity St, CBD Fri Sun Mon Tues

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Illustrated front cover Lot 57 Diamond Necklace Lot 83 Emerald & Diamond Ring Lot 93 Solitaire 2.94ct. Diamond.


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polished batons, sweep second and date window. 33mm case. Manual movement. Non Rolex Stainless steel bracelet (dents). c. 1950’s. Est. $750–1000 See illustration p.7

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Important Conditions of Sale for Watches Please note: As many of the timepieces are old, or their history is unknown, Dunbar Sloane offers no guarantee as to mechanical condition or condition of seals etc. A timepiece described as ‘fine’ or ‘as new’ is an opinion as to appearance only. All watches are sold as viewed. It shall be assumed that all buyers have inspected the lots and that they are happy with them in all respects. Watches cannot be returned on the grounds that repairs or service have been carried out, or parts (including straps or bracelets) have been supplied, by anyone other than the named maker. Notwithstanding the foregoing condition, named wristwatches are sold on the basis that the movement (or movement and case where both would normally have been manufactured by the named maker) were manufactured by the named maker. It is recommended that the buyers have watches serviced promptly to ensure that damage does not arise from faulty seals or any other aspect of mechanical condition.

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Rolex, A Lady’s Stainless and Rose Gold Oyster Perpetual Datejust Wristwatch. Ref 179161 S/N Z970823 (2009). Charcoal face with radial guilloché, Roman numerals, sweep second and date window. With original box, booklets and guarantee card. Purchased in NZ 19.02.2009. Being sold out at auctioneer’s discretion on instruction from M.B.I.E Est. $3000–5000 See illustration p.5 D.B Genève, A Wristwatch Set With Diamonds. Unisex design, the circular 42mm stainless steel case with a continuous row of champagne coloured round modern brilliant cut diamonds to the bezel. Etched copper face with dot indexes above which is a freely rotating panel cut out to form an 8 armed wheel having Arabic quarters set with further diamonds. Quartz movement, water resist 5 ATM. Snakeskin strap with deployant clasp. With original box and purchase certificate from AL-DAHAM watches, Dubai. Est. $700–1200 See illustration p.5

3 Tag Heuer A Gentleman’s Stainless Steel Aquagraph Calibre 60 Automatic Professional Diver’s Wristwatch. Ref CN211A. BA0353. Chronograph. Black face with luminous dots, sub registers for 24hrs, continuous seconds and elapsed hours. Sweep second and large sweep elapsed minute hand. With box. Est. $1850–2450 See illustration p.7 4

Rolex, A Gentleman’s Oyster Date Precision Stainless Steel Cased Wristwatch. Ref 6294, Modele Depose 14300. Cream textured dial with

Audemars Piguet. A Gentleman’s Tantalum And 18ct. Rose Gold Royal Oak Automatic Wristwatch. Ref TR1490.0789/1 S/N 427358D. Charcoal face with polished gold batons, sweep second and date window. Tantalum case with gold bezel, matching tantalum and gold ‘Royal Oak’ bracelet with deployant clasp. Sold new by Partridge Jewellers Newmarket June 1997. Est. $6500–8500 See illustration p.7

6 Universal Genève, A Gentleman’s Vintage Stainless Steel Cased Tri Compax Triple Calendar, Moonphase, Chronograph Wristwatch. Ref 2258 S/N 1156490. Silver face with gold batons, three chronometric registers, date register with moonphase aperture, day and month apertures, sweep second and tachymetric scale. Blued steel hands. Black leather strap. C1945. Est. $3500–4000 See illustration p.7 7

Girard Perregaux, A Stainless Steel Cased Wristwatch With Alarm Function. Unisex 34mm circular case, silver face with polished batons, sweep second and alarm indicator hand. Manual mechanical movement, crowns for watch and alarm in the band, c. 1960’s. Black leather strap. A nice example. Est. $1200–1500

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Jaeger – Le Coultre, A Lady’s All 18ct. Yellow Gold Wristwatch. Ref. 14081-21 No. 1216165. Circular outline case with bamboo pattern bezel, integrated mesh bracelet. Textured gold face. Manual movement with recessed crown. As new appearance. Signed on face and monogram on clasp. This watch was offered in our August sale when a fault was detected with the crown. This has now been rectified. The reserve has been also significantly reduced. Est. $3000–4000 See illustration p.7

9 Cartier, A Lady’s All 18ct. Yellow Gold Panthère Wristwatch. Square outline case, raised bezel with faux screw heads, blue end-stone to crown. Gate mesh bracelet to deployant clasp. Cream face with traditional Cartier Roman numerals. Quartz movement, 66.8g. Very good appearance. Est. $5800 – 6800 See illustration p.5

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10 Vacheron And Constantin A Gentleman’s 18ct. Rose Gold Cased Open Face Pocket Watch. Case No. 267972 movement 416593 (C1930/35) keyless lever, silver face with Arabic quarters, polished batons and subsidiary seconds. Slim 7mm case, 43mm diameter. Est. $2500–3500 See illustration p.5 11 A Rare Late 18th C. Verge Pocket Watch With Calendar. Key wound fusee with verge escapement. White enamel face with Arabic numerals and date indicating hand. Key aperture at 2 o’clock. Signed on face and movement M.G Ghiesbreght A. Bruxelles. The movement numbered 41112, the case 41113. The open face single case of silver with continental chevron mark and maker’s? mark AMD. Michel Ghiesbreght (1741–1827) is listed as having also made an astronomical clock. Going condition with (replacement) key. Est. $1000–2000 See illustration p.5 12 A Particularly Good 18ct. Yellow Gold Hunting Cased Pocket Watch. Key wound 3/4 plate lever with fusee. White enamel face with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds. Cuvette also 18ct. Signed J.W Benson 25 Old Bond St, London on movement and numbered 68030. Case hallmarks for London 1873. With original box from J.W Benson and Key. Est. $2200–2800 See illustration p.5 12A A Good 14ct. Yellow Gold Cased Open Face Pocket Watch. Keyless lever, gold face with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. Cuvette also 14ct. gold. Swiss hallmark on case, movement unsigned. In original box from M.HERZ and SOHN, Vienna with guarantee dated 10 May 1924. A Late entry not received in time for illustration. Est. $850–1250 13

Rolex, A Gentleman’s All 18ct. Yellow Gold Oyster Perpetual Day Date Wrist Watch With Rare Burr Walnut Dial. Ref 18038 S/N 8048751 (c 1984). Burr walnut face with polished gold batons, day and date windows framed in gold, sweep second. Rolex 18ct. President link bracelet. With original leather box, tag and report from Partridge Jewellers. Est. $10,000–12,000 See illustration p.7

14 Omega, A Gentleman’s Vintage 14ct. Gold Cased Wristwatch With More Recent 18ct. Yellow Gold Bracelet. Circular outline case enhanced with floral and foliate engraving. White face with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds. Textured mesh link bracelet, face and movement signed, numbered 4236014. The watch, an early wrist design 4

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still based on fob watch elements would have originally had plain wire lugs for a leather strap. These have been removed and a non-factory bracelet attached by integrating it to the case. 67.6g. Est. $1850–2450 See illustration p.5 15 Universal Genève, A Lady’s ‘Retro’ Design Cocktail Watch. Rectangular case of 18ct. yellow gold with tapered lugs of geometric design set with old round cut diamonds and tapered baguette cut rubies (probably synthetic) to a double strand snake link bracelet also of 18ct. gold. Gold face with Arabic numerals. Manual 16 jewel movement No. 183166-219. 24.9g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1000–1400 See illustration p.7 16

Rolex, A Gentleman’s Rare 18ct. Yellow Gold Cased Oyster Date Perpetual Wristwatch. Ref 1514 S/N 3224343 (C1971) with rare Florentine factory finish to bezel. 35mm case. Silver face with polished gold batons, sweep second and date window. Brown crocodile strap, burnished finish to lugs. With box. Est. $4000–6000 See illustration p.7

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Girard Perregaux A Gentleman’s Stainless Steel Cased Wristwatch. Cushion outline, pale gold/cream face with Arabic numerals. Manual 17 jewel movement No. 263874. Dark blue leather strap. Est. $600–800 See illustration p.7

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MŰhle-GlashŰtte A Gentleman’s Automatic Chronograph Terranaut I Wristwatch. Ref MI-37-00 No. 0289. Circular 44mm Stainless steel case, chronograph buttons either side of crown. Grey face, spinning triangle seconds register, two chronometric registers, sweep second, day and date windows. Aviator style hands. Valjoux 25 jewel automatic movement visible under observation back. Leather strap. A substantial timepiece, water resistant to 5 ATM, with a distinctive military influenced design. Est. $2000–2500 See illustration p.5

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Bulova, A Vintage Art Deco Rolled Gold Cased Wristwatch. Curvex slightly tonneau shaped case, engraved under bezel. Cream face with raised gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. Manual mechanical 17 jewel movement. Unisex size, c. 1930’s. Brown Leather strap. Est. $350–450


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Rado, A Jubilé Wristwatch. Ref 160.0381.3. S/N 10065864. Unisex design in black ceramic and gold plate. Rectangular curvex case to gate link bracelet fitted with titanium deployant clasp. Quartz movement. Black face with diamond quarters and date window. Est. $500–700 See illustration p.7

20A A French Carriage Clock With Strike, Repeat And Alarm Fuctions. Brass case with bevelled glass panels, the front panel of bowed convex shape. Silver face with Arabic numerals and applied gilded floral decoration at the centre, subsidiary alarm indicator below dial. The hour repeat activated by a button on top of the case. The strike chiming the hours and sounding the half hour. The strike/repeat, time and alarm all having separate power trains; the strike/repeat and alarm sounded by different hammers on a single gong. With outer travelling case and key. A late entry not received in time for illustration. Est. $2800–3400

or clarity mounted and the descriptions given in the catalogue or report are therefore based on estimates which are limited in accuracy. Where an actual weight is given the stone will have been weighed loose, however while the grading of a stone loose will minimise error margins it shall be accepted buy the buyer that all reports and descriptions remain opinions and not matters of fact.

21 A Brooch Set With A Large Carved Shell Cameo. The 64 x 50mm oval cameo of a classical pair of deities being drawn across the sky in a chariot by a troika of horses. The mount of 18ct. yellow gold enhanced with leaf and bow motifs. Est. $500–800 See illustration p.9 22 An Enhancer Pendant Set With Morganite. 18ct. pink gold, the large enhancer bale suspending a pear cut morganite in a frame of gold. Est. $400–600

23 A Ring Set With Lime Green Tourmaline and Diamonds. The round cut lime green tourmaline set in 18ct. yellow gold within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, the fine jewellery & accessories shank fully set with further diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. FINE JEWELLERY Est. $2000–3000 Independent Gemmological Reports and Valuations See illustration p.17 Valuations are made available to customers for two primary purposes. Firstly to provide an independent opinion as to the quality of the stones and metals comprising the piece, and Secondly so that buyers can, if they wish, obtain suitable Insurance cover immediately upon purchase and prior to delivery. A valuation for insurance purposes represents a calculated replacement cost allowing for maximum retail margins, such that an Insurer can assess the outer limit of their exposure to risk. It does not represent actual new retail replacement as it makes no provision for competitive trade practice, or for discounts obtained by individual bargaining. As fashion, desirability and current market forces all have variable impact on second hand or Auction value, there is no direct formula for estimation of such value by interpolation from Insurable value. As currency exchange rate and spot metal prices have a marked effect on jewellery valuations, buyers should note the date and prevailing economic factors at the time that the valuation was produced. Once all the prevailing parameters have been established, it is possible for an experienced person to interpolate a rough estimate of the current cost of manufacture from past insurable value, but again that exercise will give no indication of actual market forces. Buyers should also note the stated purpose of the valuation (insurance, retail market, cash value, estate division etc). All valuations remain opinions and are not matters of fact. Whilst Dunbar Sloane staff will assist buyers to understand the methodology and technical details of gemmological reports and valuations, buyers must make their own assessment of an item's value before bidding. Dunbar Sloane, its consultants and employees make no representation or warranty regarding any outside opinion, valuation or certificate of any item on offer. Please note: Where gemmological reports are available these should be read together with the catalogue description. Should there be, through error, omission, or introduction of better evidence, any significant difference between the catalogued description and that provided in the gemmologist's report, it shall be assumed that the buyer has inspected the report and is buying in acceptance of it. Unless otherwise stated, all stones have been assessed for weight, colour

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24 A Pair of Lime Green Tourmaline, Diamond and Aquamarine Drop Earrings. Each designed as a stud set with a round cut lime green tourmaline suspending by an articulated diamond set link a pendeloque aquamarine drop. 18ct. yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $750–1000 See illustration p.17 25 A Puff Heart Pendant Pavé Set With Diamonds. 18ct. white finished gold, the front surface and bale fully pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW 2.95ct. Suspended by an 18ct. neck chain. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4500–5500 See illustration p.19 26 A Diamond Pendant On Chain. A plain circlet of 18ct. yellow gold encloses a tapered white gold panel at the top, which folds over to form a bale. The plate is set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond of approximately 0.50ct. assessed as J/SI together with two small single cut diamonds to give an approximate TDW 0.60ct. The pendant is suspended by an 8ct. belcher link chain. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1250–1500


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27 A Vintage Multi Gemstone Bracelet. 9ct. yellow gold gate links to a line of 11 gemstones graduated in size from the centre, all rub over set and articulated by hinge. The gemstones including spinels, zircons, tourmalines, sapphire and garnet. Fully descriptive. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $550–750 28 A Spray Brooch Set With A Vivid Black Opal Doublet, Rubies And Diamonds. 18ct. yellow gold and platinum. Designed as a floral spray, the flowerheads set with round cut synthetic rubies, the tie set with small diamonds; centred by a rub-over set opal doublet showing vivid red fire. Est. $300–600 29 A Gatelink Bracelet Of 9ct. Yellow Gold Enhanced With Blue Topaz. Tapered three bar double gatelinks with three square links set at even intervals set with square cut blue topaz, secured by heart shaped padlock clasp. 13.4g. Est. $400–500 30

Cartier, A Panthère Ring. S/N E01968, 18ct. yellow gold band with a central panther motif, the eye set with a small pear shaped emerald. Signed Cartier. With original box and certificate dated 1997. Est. $850–1250

31 A Pair of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs Of 0.64ct. Total. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as G/H, SI are set in 4 claw mounts of 9ct. white gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est.$1400-1800 32

Cartier, A Set Of five Rings. Rope twist bands of 18ct. yellow gold, one set with a round cut emerald (S/N 793065) one with a diamond (S/N 935142), one with a sapphire (S/N 799503), one with a ruby (S/N 785228), one plain torc design (S/N 787850). All with certificates except the last. With original box. Est. $1800–2200

33 A Tennis Style Line Bracelet Set With Diamonds. The Line of 62 articulated links of 18ct. white finished gold each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond. TDW approximately 5.22ct. assessed as G/J, I1/I2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4000–4500 34 A Bracelet Of 18ct. Yellow Gold Flat Curb Links Enhanced With Diamonds. Each double link set with two small brilliant cut diamonds. 27.6g. Est. $1600–1800

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35 A Pendant Set With Lime Green Tourmalines And Diamonds. The articulated three panel drop set with a line of three round cut lime green tourmalines, graduated to the finial, each with a small round modern brilliant cut diamond surmount suspended by a bead link chain.18ct. yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $800–1200 36 A Heart Motif Pendant On Chain. The puff heart of 18ct. yellow and white finished gold pavé set with round cut pink sapphires to a central 7 diamond cluster. The bale set with further sapphires. Suspended by a box link chain of 18ct. white gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1000–1500 37 A Brooch Set With Mediterranean Coral And Pearls. The yellow gold bar set with a 14.5mm oval coral bead, two half pearls and two 14.5mm half beads as finial cabochons. Est. $200–300 38 A Pair Of Diamond Solitaire Ear studs A total of 1.03ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as G/H, SI are set in 4 claw mounts of 9ct. white finished gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3500–4000 39

Cartier, A Ring Set With An Amethyst. S/N G 31146. The square amethyst of mixed cut, faceted beneath a polished cabochon table. 18ct. yellow gold. Signed Cartier, with original box and papers dated 2000. Est. $800–1200

40 A Pair Of Creole Earrings Set With Diamonds. The curved rectangular panels pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds, some 96 for the pair with a TDW 2.04ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2400–2800 See illustration p.13 41 A Spray Brooch Centred by a Diamond of Approximately 1.06ct. 18ct. white finished gold of floral bouquet design set with lines and randomly placed round modern brilliant cut diamonds to the major stone estimated as 1.06ct, I/J, VVS-VS1. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $6000 – 7000 See illustration p.17


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42 A Stylish Bangle Set With Diamonds And Pink Sapphires. Hinged design in 18ct. white finished gold, the upper section pavé set with round cut pink sapphires and round modern brilliant cut diamonds in free-form sinuous panels, with seven larger pink sapphires in raised rub-over mounts. 31g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5000–6000 See illustration p.13 43 A Pair Of Bangles Of 22ct. Yellow Gold Set With Emeralds. Hinged design , each fully set with a continuous line of round cut emeralds. 33.40g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3000–3500 (pr)

LOOSE STONES 44 A Loose Round Modern Brilliant Cut Diamond of 2.11ct. The diamond graded loose by two independent gemmologists as F, VVS1, Good make. Being sold on behalf of an estate. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $45,000–55,000 See illustration p.9 45 A Loose Pear Shaped Diamond Of 2.16ct. The diamond assessed as G,SI2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $15,000–17,000 See illustration p.9 46 A Loose Round Modern Brilliant Cut Diamond of 1.05ct. The diamond described in GIA report 2146052708 as D,VS1, ExExEx. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $12,500 – 14,500 See illustration p.9 46A A Loose Tanzanite Of 11.68ct. The round cut tanzanite of very good colour and dimensions 12.35mm diameter (average) x 10.28mm deep. A late entry not received in time for illustration. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $7500 – 8500 47 An Impressive Loose Opal of 56.48ct. Triangular outline flat polished cabochon, natural opal, milky grey with very active even pinfire green, orange, yellow, blue/ purple and red colour play. Medium to strong green flash. Overall an attractive and eye-catching display. The vendor is very realistic and has set a reserve well below anticipated market support. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $20,000 – 25,000 See illustration p.9 10

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48 A Tennis Style Line Bracelet Set With Diamonds. Designed as a line of 44 articulated box links of 18ct. white finished gold, each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond. TDW in excess of 8ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $12,000–14,000 See illustration p.17 49 A Bangle Set With An Emerald and Rubies. Hinged design in 22ct. yellow gold, the upper section set with a central octagonal cut emerald to a graduated row of 4 cushion cut rubies on either side. 17.20g Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2250–2750 See illustration p.19 50 A Pair Of Bangles Fully Set with Diamonds. 14ct. white gold, each set with a continuous line of single cut diamonds around the circumference. One small diamond deficient. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1600–2000 51

Tiffany And Co., A Bracelet Of 18ct. Yellow Gold Plain cable links suspending a heart outline charm. Signed Tiffany and Co., with original box and purchase documents dated 28-08-02. 27.7g. Est. $1500–1800

52 A Line Bracelet Set With Fancy Yellow And White Diamonds. Designed as an articulated line of heart shaped links in 18ct. white finished gold, each centred by a pear shaped brilliant cut fancy light yellow diamond within a border of round modern brilliant cut white diamonds. Stated TDW 10.41ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $10,000–12,000 See illustration p.13 53 A Ring Set With Three Rows Of Diamonds. The band of 18ct. yellow and white finished gold set with a panel of 23 diamonds: a central row of 7 princess cuts bordered by round modern brilliant cuts. TDW 1.83ct. assessed as G, SI2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2500–3000 See illustration p.15 54

A Rose-Bud Motif Pendant Set With Diamonds. 18ct. white finished gold pavé set with round modern cut diamonds to an articulated bale also pavé set with diamonds. TDW 2.14ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2500–3000 See illustration p.19


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55 A Bangle Set with a Row of Diamonds. Hinged design in 18ct. white finished gold, the upper section rub-over set with a row of 15 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of good quality (H/I, VS2) having an average weight of 0.30ct. each for a TDW 4.55ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $13,000 – 15,000 See illustration p.15

61 A Bar Brooch Set With Diamonds. The Knife-edge bar set with a row of 6 old cut diamonds to a central circular cluster of a further old cut diamonds. The diamonds all round except the terminal stones which are oval cut. TDW in excess of 3ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3800–4800 See illustration p.19

56 A Bangle Of 22ct. Yellow Gold Set With Rubies. Hinged design fully set with a continuous line of round cut rubies. 20.40g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1750–2000

62 A Three Diamond Ring. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds having an estimated TDW approximately 1.00ct. are set in 18ct. white and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–3000

57 A Necklace Set With Over 24ct. Of Diamonds. Designed as a continuous line of trefoil links of matched size set with baguette and brilliant cut diamonds, articulated by joining links each set with two larger round modern brilliant cut diamonds. 18ct. white finished gold. The diamonds assessed as 24.30ct, G/H, VS2-SI2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $35,000–40,000 See illustration on front cover.

63 A Bracelet Set With Rubies And Diamonds. The hinged line of 10 oval links of Art Deco influenced design in 18ct. yellow and white gold are each set with an oval cut ruby of good quality together with four diamonds of mixed round cut. The estimated TRW 7.50ct, TDW 1.16ct. 21.67g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $6000–7000 See illustration p.15

58 An Impressive Line Bracelet Set With Over 16ct. of Diamonds. Designed as a articulated line of 29 box links in 18ct. yellow and white finished gold, each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond of around 0.57ct. (0.62-0.53ct) with an estimated TDW 16.70ct, assessed as Q-S+, SI2/I1. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $15,000–17,000 See illustration p.17 59 A Pair Of Diamond Cluster Earrings. Scalloped circular outline, designed as layered tiers of semicircles set with baguette and brilliant cut diamonds to a central uppermost similarly set heart motif. 18ct. white finished gold, TDW (Pair) 3.03ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4250–4750 See illustration p. 15. See also following lot. 60 A Diamond Cluster Pendant. Designed as a companion to the previous lot in 18ct. white finished gold, suspended by a matching 18ct. trace neck chain. TDW 2.21ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3250–3750 See illustration p.15

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64 A Three Stone Diamond Ring. The diamonds, all round modern brilliant cut, graduated from the centre with an estimated TDW 0.81ct. assessed as I/J, VS are set in a bridge of 18ct. white and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2500–3000 65 An Estate Bridge Ring Set With a Sapphire & four Diamonds. The bridge of 18ct. yellow gold set with a central round cut blue sapphire of good colour, together with four early European cut diamonds in a line. Sapphire estimated approximately 0.56ct, the diamonds G/H SI/I1 of approximate TDW 1.24ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1750–2250 66 A Bangle Set With Baguette and Brilliant Cut Diamonds. Hinged design in 18ct. white finished gold, the upper section close channel set with a row of baguette cut diamonds bordered on either side by a row of round modern brilliant cut diamonds. The diamonds of TDW 4.06ct. have been assessed as G/I, VS2/I1. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5800–6800 See illustration p.19 67 A Seven Diamond Bridge Ring. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds of matched size and TDW 1.91ct. are set in 18ct. white finished and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3250–4250 See illustration p.19


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68 A Diamond Cluster Estate Ring. The flowerhead cluster of platinum centred by a rub-over set old cut diamond of around 0.60ct, surrounded by 8 petals of heart outline each set with a smaller old cut diamond. TDW very approximate 1ct. Est. $1250–1500 69 A Cushion Outline Fancy Yellow and White Diamond Cluster Ring. The three tiered cluster centred by a fancy yellow cushion cut diamond of 1.21ct. assessed as VS, enclosed by two separated borders of round modern brilliant cut white and fancy yellow diamonds, the split shank enhanced with further white diamonds. 18ct. yellow, rose and white finished gold. TDW 2.13ct Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5750–6750 See illustration p.15 70 A Nine Diamond Cluster Estate Ring. Traditional flowerhead design in 18ct. white and yellow gold set with 8 round early European brilliant cut diamonds to a central larger stone bordered by ajouré. TDW approximately 1ct. Est. $1200–1800 See illustration p.9 71 A Ring Of Retro Design Set With Rubies And Diamonds. 18ct. white and yellow gold set with three oval cut rubies together with round modern brilliant, marquise and single cut diamonds to suit the design. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–3000 See illustration p.9 72 A Domed Cocktail Ring Set With Six Rows Of Diamonds. The white finished gold ring split into six cross-over rows; two finished in white, two in yellow and two in pink gold, all pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW 4.61ct. assessed as E/F/G, SI2/I1. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4400–4800 See illustration p.17 73 An Opal And Diamond Cluster Ring. The 16.8 x 9.1mm oval milk opal cabochon, showing a full spectrum colour play with considerable red/orange evident, is set in 18ct. white and yellow gold within a scalloped border set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds having an estimated TDW 0.50ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–2500 See illustration p.9

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74 A Tennis Style Line Bracelet Set With Over 10ct. of Diamonds. The line of 44 articulated 18ct. white finished gold links each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond. Stated TDW 10.06ct. H/K, SI1-I2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $9000–10,000 See illustration p.15 75 A Pair Of Circular Diamond Cluster Earrings. 18ct. white gold ‘target’ design set with round modern brilliant and baguette cut diamonds. TDW 2.58ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3000–3500 See illustration p.15 76 A Pendant Of Spiral Starburst Design Set With Diamonds. 18ct. white finished gold, set with brilliant and baguette cut diamonds in 8 spiral panels to a central cluster. TDW 1.62ct. Suspended by an 18ct. white gold trace chain. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1850–2250 See illustration p.17 77 A Splendid Necklace Of Rubellites And Diamonds. The mid-section of 9 oval panels set with oval cut deep pink tourmalines (rubellites) bordered by round modern brilliant cut diamonds, separated by 7 diamond rosette clusters, suspending 7 articulated drops of a further rosette to a pear shaped finial set with a pear shaped rubellite bordered by diamonds. All suspended by a scroll and quatrefoil chain set with further diamonds. Tourmalines 34.20ct, diamonds all round modern brilliant cut 9.72ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $17,500–20,000 See illustration p.11 78 A Pair Of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs of 1.19ct. Total. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as J/L, VS2/ I1 are set in four claw mounts of 14ct. yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–2500 See illustration p.15 79 A Pink Tourmaline And Diamond Cluster Ring. The oval cut tourmaline of stated weight 3.40ct. is set in a ring of 18ct. white finished gold within a two row border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds having an actual TDW 0.62ct, stated to be H,S1. Purchase receipt dated 14/12/2011 available. Est. $1250–1500


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80 A Pair Of Diamond Cluster Ear studs. Domed circular outline in 18ct. white finished gold pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW approximately 3.31ct Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1800–2400 81 An Insect Brooch Set With Diamonds. White and yellow gold set with rose cut diamonds (one small stone deficient), the eyes set with cabochon rubies. The wings enhanced with ajouré. Est. $1850–2250 See illustration p.19 82 A Heavy Bangle Set With 12.60ct. of Diamonds. Hinged design in 18ct. white finished gold with pierced decoration to inner lining and open scroll support to the wide upper panel. The upper panel pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds to borders set with smaller brilliants. 67.2g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $17,000–19,000 See illustration p.19 83 A Ring Set With A Very Good Emerald Of 4.74ct. Together With Diamonds. The emerald-cut emerald of desirable colour and unusually lively appearance is set in 18ct. white gold, bordered by a line of round modern brilliant cut diamonds to shoulders set with trilliant cut diamonds and further brilliants. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $24,000–28,000 See illustration on front cover. 84 A Pair Of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs Of Approximate Total 1.45ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as G/H, I2/I3 are set in 14ct. white finished gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–2500 85 A Ring Set With a Diamond of 1.14ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamond graded loose as F, I1, Excellent make is partially rub-over set in a ring of 18ct. white and yellow gold, the shoulders set with baguette and brilliant cut diamonds. TDW approximately 1.48ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5800 – 6800 See illustration p.9 86 A Pair Of Marquise Outline Diamond Cluster Earrings. Domed design in 18ct. white finished gold set with alternating diagonal rows of smaller and larger round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW (Pair) 1.90ct. 18ct. white finished gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1850–2250 See illustration p.19 16

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87 A Ring Set With A Yellow Sapphire and Diamonds. The rectangular mixed cut sapphire estimated to weigh 10.60ct. is set in 18ct. white and yellow gold with a row of 3 round modern brilliant cut diamonds on either side. TDW approximately 1.20ct.Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4750–5750 See illustration p.15 88 A Marquise Outline Diamond And Ruby Ring. Centred by a line of three oval cut synthetic rubies bordered by 16 old European cut diamonds, 18ct. yellow gold. The mount is as new leading us to believe that the original mount was replaced due to wear using the original Edwardian period stones. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1000–1400 See illustration p.15 89 An Impressive Three Diamond Ring Of 3.76ct. Total. centred by a round modern brilliant cut diamond of 2.08ct, flanked on either side by a round modern brilliant cut diamond of (average) 0.84ct. The diamonds assessed as H/I, I2. A ring that provides an eye catching effect. at a modest price. 14ct. white finished gold. Est. $8750–9750 See illustration p.13 90 A Good Ruby & six Diamond Bridge Ring. The oval cut ruby of excellent colour, and estimated weight 1.46ct, is set in a ring of 18ct. white and yellow gold with six round modern brilliant cut diamonds of very good quality (E/G, VS-SI) having an estimated TDW 1.26ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5500 – 6500 See illustration p.19 91 A Ring Set with A Cushion Cut Fancy Yellow Diamond of 4.03ct. The diamond assessed as Fancy Light Yellow, VS1+ and is set in a ring of 18ct. white finished gold within a two tiered border of small round modern brilliant cut diamonds; one tier of fancy yellow diamonds with an outer tier of white diamonds. TDW stated 4.71ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $33,000 – 43,000 See illustration p.19 92 A Pair Of Ruby And Diamonds Drop Earrings. Each designed as a heart motif stud, set with a diamond, suspending a pear shaped drop set with round modern brilliant cut and one square cut diamond about an oval cut ruby. 18ct. white and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–2500


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93 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of Approximately 2.94ct. The transitional early modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as I, SI1 is set in a hand made ring of platinum. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $32,500–37,500 See illustration on front cover. 94 A Ring Set With A Particularly Good Sapphire Of 6.39ct. With Diamonds. The octagonal cut sapphire of desirable intense blue/violet colour is set in a hand made ring of platinum with tapered baguette shoulder diamonds and surrounding rows of small round modern brilliant cut diamonds, which are also set in the under bezel. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $22,000–24,000 See illustration p.13 95 A Ring Set with a Solitaire Round Cut Diamond of 3.05ct. The transitional early modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as G, SI1, Good make is set in an elegant ring of platinum with four small shoulder diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $40,000 – 45,000 See illustration p.17

99 A Fashionable Dress Ring and Earrings Suite Set With Fancy Pink And White Diamonds. Each piece comprising a cushion outline panel of matched size in 18ct. rose gold. The slightly domed surface set with wavy lines of round modern brilliant cut white diamonds with light fancy pink diamonds set at the nodes of pierced channels between each wavy line. TDW: white 2.90ct, pink 5.47ct. for the suite. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $8500–9500 See illustration p.17 100 An Exquisite Art Deco Period Brooch Set With Jade, Diamonds, Black Onyx & Coral. Elongated hexagonal outline in 18ct. yellow gold and platinum enhanced with ajoure. The end panels of carved floral motif apple green jadeite accented with small red coral beads. The mid section of geometric design set with small old Swiss cut diamonds and lines of calibre cut black onyx to a line of 3 larger old European cut diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4500 – 5500 See illustration p.9

101 An Important Ring Centred By A Diamond of 6.05ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as light 96 A Pair Of Heart Motif Drop Earrings Set yellow, VS2, VG make is rub over set in 18ct. yellow gold in a With Diamonds. ring of 18ct. rose gold within a border of 10 round modern Each fine hoop earring set with a line of diamonds suspends an brilliant cut diamonds of approximate TDW 3.30ct. assessed articulated heart outline panel pavé set with further diamonds. as F/G, SI1, VG make, the triple split shank supports set with The diamonds, all round modern brilliant cut, have a TDW of lines of small diamonds. TDW 4.00ct. An opulent but richly 2.94ct. Gemmologist’s report available. elegant piece. Est. $3500–4000 Gemmologist’s report available. See illustration p.17 Est. $100,000 – 120,000 See illustration p.17 97 A Particularly Good Fringe Necklace Set With Over 21ct. Of Diamonds. 102 A Splendid Bangle Fully Pavé Set The articulated line of circular links each set with a round With Diamonds. modern brilliant cut diamond, joined by bar links and Domed profile hinged design in 18ct. white finished gold suspending a similarly designed two diamond or single encrusted with 22.48ct. of pavé set diamonds. 56.8g. diamond drop to form a graduated fringe. 18ct. white gold, Gemmologist’s report available. the 163 diamonds of very good make, assessed as G/H, SI,I1 Est. $18,000–22,000 have an estimated TDW 21.91ct. 84.2g, 400mm. See illustration p.13 Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $25,000–30,000 103 A Pair Of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs See illustration p.13 Of 1.17ct. Total. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds set in 18ct. white 98 A Pair Of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs of finished gold. Approximately 0.90ct. total. Gemmologist’s report available. The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as G/H, Est. $4200–4800 I2 are set in 14ct. white finished gold. See illustration p.19 Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1000–1400

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104 A Cocktail Ring Set With Diamonds. The wide, tapered, concave profile band of 18ct. white finished gold pavé set with some 174 round modern brilliant cut diamonds having a TDW 3.40ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3750–4750 See illustration p.15. See also following lot.

110 A Tanzanite & Diamond Cluster Ring. The cushion cut tanzanite of approximately 3.50ct. is set in a ring of 14ct. white and yellow gold within an octagonal outline border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds of approximate TDW 1.30ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4000 – 4500 See illustration p.17

105 A Pair Of Creole Earrings Pavé Set With Diamonds. Designed as companions to the previous lot in 18ct. white finished gold. TDW 3.76ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3750–4750 See illustration p.15

111 A Pair Of Drop Earrings Set With Diamonds. Each designed as two tapered oval open panels having borders of round modern brilliant cut diamonds enclosing an asymmetric herringbone array of diamond baguettes; the upper panel smaller than the lower and articulated by a flat oval link. 18ct. white finished gold. TDW (Pair) 3.95ct, G/H VS2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4800–5800 See illustration p.15

106 A Good Tanzanite and Diamond Ring. The rectangular cushion cut tanzanite of vivid colour and estimated weight 10.15ct. is set in a ring of 18ct. white finished gold above a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds to split shank shoulders also set with diamonds. TDW estimated 1.65ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $10,000–11,000 See illustration p.13 107 A Striking Red Tourmaline & Diamond Cluster Ring. The oval cut tourmaline of 2.55ct. is set within two cushion outline borders of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, one slightly raised above the other with a void line between to shoulders pavé set with further diamonds. TDW 1.08ct. of good quality. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1850 – 2250 See illustration p.19 108 A Good Three Stone Diamond Ring. The hand crafted ring of platinum centred by an emerald-cut diamond of 0.98ct, with certified grade E, VS1, on either side of which is set a radiant cut diamond assessed as G, SI1, with a combined weight of approximately 1.00ct. TDW 1.98ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $7500 – 8500 See illustration p.13 109 A Good Emerald & Two Diamond Ring. The oval cut emerald of good colour, lively appearance and actual weight 2.85ct. is set in a ring of 18ct. yellow gold and platinum with a heart shaped diamond on either side. The diamonds of reported TDW 0.64ct. and quality D, VVS1. Carats Design mark. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $10,000 – 12,000 See illustration p.13

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112 A Ring Set with a Solitaire Diamond of 2.31ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamond of actual weight 2.31ct, graded loose as H, SI2, VG is set in a six claw setting of platinum. On the inner band are set two very small brilliant cut diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $27, 500 – 32,500 See illustration p.13 113 An Exceptional Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring. The emerald-cut emerald of actual weight 6.32ct. of rare and fine colour and brilliance is set in a ring of platinum within a border of 14 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of fine quality (E/F, mostly VS1) with an estimated TDW 2.38ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $60,000 – 70,000 See illustration p.17 114 A Ring Set With a Solitaire Diamond Of 4.16ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamond described in HRD report 66030098002 as H, SI1, VG is set in platinum, held by four double claws. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $85,000 – 95,000 See illustration p.13 115 A Pair Of Pink Tourmaline And Diamond Drop Earrings. The oval cluster studs each suspending an articulated fall of open loop design set with lines of round modern brilliant cut diamonds and further tourmalines to a pendeloque tourmaline finial. 18ct. white finished gold. TDW 1.27ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2400–2800 See illustration p.17


116 A Necklace And Removable Pendant All Set With Diamonds. The Riviere style line of marquise articulated links set with clusters and lines of round modern brilliant cut diamonds suspends at mid-section a removable pendant. The pendant of diamond outline comprising an array of 9 marquise panels of the same design as those in the necklace and similarly set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds. The design providing for a greater range of occasions when one or other or both components may be worn. 18ct. white finished gold. TDW 12.54ct. F/H, SI2-I1. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $14,000–18,000 See illustration p.13 117 A Pair of Earrings Set With Rows of Diamonds. Wide quarter-round sections with raised borders in 18ct. yellow gold, each set with a line of 5 round modern brilliant cut diamonds. Estimated TDW 1.00ct. G/H, VS2+. Fitted with post & clips for pierced or non pierced ears. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1750–2000 118 A Ruby And Two Diamond Ring. The oval cut deep red ruby set in a band of 18ct. yellow gold with a round modern brilliant cut diamond on either side. The ruby estimated to weigh 1.65ct, the diamonds estimated TDW 0.31ct. (G-I,VS/SI). Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2500–3000 See illustration p.13

123 A Pearl And Six Diamond Ring. The round 11.2mm cultured pearl set in a ring of 18ct. yellow gold with six round modern brilliant cut shoulder diamonds. Est. $600–800 124 A Dainty Sapphire And Diamond Cluster Ring. Circular domed outline in 18ct. yellow gold and platinum pavé set with old European single cut diamonds to a central 3.3mm round cut blue sapphire. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $800–900 125 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of Approximately 0.60ct. The round modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as I/J, I1, good make is set in 18ct. white and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2400–2800 126 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of 0.74ct.. The round modern brilliant cut diamond described in Quasar report 1251 as H, SI1, very good make is set in a ring of 18ct. white and yellow, hand made by camea design. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2500–3000

119 A Pair of ‘Huggie’ Earrings of 18ct. White Gold Set With ‘Rare White’ Diamonds. Each set with eight baguette and square cut diamonds of reported weight and quality 1ct, D/F VS. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2600–3200 120 An All Platinum Two Ring Suite Set With Diamonds. Comprising an engagement ring set with a princess cut diamond of estimated weight 0.75ct. and assessed as H,VS1, the shoulders set with 4 small princess cut diamonds of similar quality. The companion eternity ring set with 10 princess cut diamonds at even intervals around the circumference. TDW for the suite is approximately 1.29ct. Australian Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2750–3750 See illustration p.19 121 A Gypsy Style Signet Ring Set With An Old Cut Diamond of Approximately 0.85ct. The diamond assessed as I/J, SI1, of good cut for the period is set in 14ct. yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $ 2800–3400

122 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond of 0.71ct.. The round modern brilliant cut diamond described in GIA report 2136572489 as G, VS1, excellent make is set in a ring of 18ct. white and yellow gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3800–4800

127 A Ring Set With an Intense Blue Sapphire & Two Diamonds. The emerald-cut sapphire of very desirable colour, estimated to weigh 2.45ct. is rub-over set in a ring of 18ct. yellow gold with two shoulder diamonds in octagonal collets, assessed as E/F, VS, approximately TDW 0.30ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4000–5000 128 A Cabochon Blue Sapphire & Diamond Ring. 18ct. yellow and white finished gold, the circular sapphire cabochon rub-over set at the centre of the band, the shoulders each set with three chevron-ended rows of round modern brilliant cut diamonds. The sapphire estimated 3.0ct, the diamonds estimated G/H, VS2, 0.78ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1000–1500

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129 An Estate Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of Approximately 1.10ct. The round early modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as H/I, I1, good make is set in platinum with small shoulder diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $5000–6000 See illustration p.17 130 A Ring Set With a Solitaire Marquise Cut Diamond of Approximately 1.08ct.. The diamond assessed as E/G, VVS-VS1, good symmetry is set in a ring of 18ct. white and yellow gold, which if orientated to 45 degrees reveals a heart outline. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $7000–8000 131 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of 0.98ct. The traditional ring of filigree and engraved platinum set with the round modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as G-H, VS1, good make. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $7000–8000 See illustration p.19 132 A Dainty Seven Diamond Cluster Ring. Flowerhead design in 18ct. yellow gold and platinum set with 6 mixed early cut round diamonds to a central larger stone. TDW approximately 0.60ct. Est. $800–1000 See illustration p.9 133 A Traditional Sapphire & Two Diamond Ring. The oval cut Royal blue sapphire of 2.11ct. is set in a substantial mount of platinum with two pendeloque cut diamonds of stated weight 0.46ct. and quality F/G, VS. Carats Design mark. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4750–5750 134 A Necklace of Rubies and Diamonds. Designed as a central omega motif with arms of unequal length, supported on either side by articulated wings, all set with oval cut rubies, round and marquise cut diamonds to suit the design. Handmade in 18ct. white and yellow gold, suspended by an 18ct. box link chain. The rubies estimated to weigh 1.37ct, the diamonds 1.02ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $3000–4000 See illustration p.9 135 A Pair of Large Creole Hoop Earrings Set with Diamonds. 18ct. white gold pavé set with some 528 round modern brilliant cut diamonds to front and back leading edges. TDW 4.00ct. approximately, 43mm diameter, 21.6g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $8000 – 9000 See illustration p.15 22

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136 A Stylish Pendant Necklace Set With Diamonds. The fine chain of 18ct. white gold set with 7 diamonds in cheniers at mid section where it suspends a panel of looped calligraphic flourish design set with lines of diamonds to a girandole of three drops pavé set with further diamonds. The diamonds, all brilliant cut, have a stated TDW 1.73ct. assessed as E/F, VS2-SI2. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $4500–5000 See illustration p.15 137 A Good Three Row Necklace Of Cultured Pearls. The round/near-round cultured pearls of matched size (8-8.8mm), very well blended rich cream, with good nacre and orient are strung in 3 rows from 415 to 550 mm, secured by a large 14ct. white gold flowerhead motif clasp set with diamonds, blue sapphires and a single pearl. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1400–2000 138 A Multi Strand Necklace Of Rose Quartz Beads 32 rows of 2mm beads threaded as 6 twisted hanks to a clasp of 18ct. white gold. 450mm. Est. $300–500 139 A Necklace Of Amethysts 21 faceted amethysts of irregular shapes and sizes, framed in 18ct. yellow gold, are set at even intervals, separated by trace chain to form a necklace of length 920mm. Est. $750–1250 See illustration p.9

DESIGNER HANDBAGS 140 Dior, A Lady’s Patent Black Leather Handbag. Ref. VRB44551, with Christian Dior guarantee dated 9 April 2010, dust cover and Dior sales receipt, purchase price $3400 NZD. Est. $1000–1500 141 Gucci, A Lady’s Brocade And Leather Handbag With A Bamboo Handle. With purchase receipt from Gucci dated 23 August 2011, $1920 NDZ. Dust cover. Est. $600–1000 142 Dior, A lady’s Leather Handbag. Ref DEE4483ONO with Christian Dior guarantee dated 21 April 2005, dust cover and Dior Sales receipt for $2040 NZD. Est. $600–1000


143 A Double Albert Chain Of 15ct Yellow Gold. Curb links with T bar, two clips and small greenstone cabochon medallion. 370mm, 39.4g. Est. $1100–1400

150 An Armorial Signet Seal Ring. Yellow gold (tests as 14ct) set with an oval carved cornelian onyx intaglio of a reclining lion above monograms. Est. $150–250

144 A Ring And Earring Suite Set With Amethysts And Diamonds. Each piece of flowerhead design in 18ct. rose gold, the petals set with round cut amethysts to a central small rub-over set round modern brilliant cut diamond. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $800–1200

151 A Double Albert Chain Of 9ct. Yellow Gold. Curb links with a T bar and two clips. 400mm, 52g. Est. $1000–1200

145 A Crossover Ring Pavé Set With Diamonds. 18ct. rose gold, the diamonds having a stated TDW 1.00ct. one small diamond deficient. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. 1000–1400

152 A Chain Necklace Enhanced With Diamonds. Two strands of 18ct. white finished gold cable links having 10 rub-over set diamond links at even intervals. 440mm, 6.5g. TDW 0.40ct. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1200–1400 See illustration p.19

153 A Bangle Of Filigree Work Set With Diamonds. Hinged design in 9ct. white finished gold, designed as rail borders enclosing an open scroll filigree foliate and flowerhead 146 A Necklace Of 22ct Yellow Gold Set With motif around the entire circumference. TDW approximately Rubies, Opals And A White Sapphire. 0.95ct, three small stones deficient. Box links to a mid section set with a row of round ruby Gemmologist’s report available. cabochons to two oval cut opals and a central round cut white Est. $1200–1500 sapphire, below which is a bale for suspension of a pendant. 20.6g. 154 A Bracelet Set With Sapphires And Diamonds. Est. $3000–3500 14ct. yellow gold comprising 10 scroll design hinged panels, each set with 3 round cut dark blue sapphires and three small 147 A Heavy ‘Slave’ Bangle Of 9ct. Rose Gold. diamonds. Solid ‘D’ section, 66.3g. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $1500–1800 Est. $1200–1400 148 A Pair Of Solitaire Diamond Ear studs of 155 A Bangle Set With Sapphires And Diamonds. Approximately 0.40ct. Total. Hinged design in 9ct. yellow gold, the upper section of The round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as G/H SI2 crossover scrolls set with 6 marquise cut blue sapphires and are set in 14ct. white finished gold. 15 small round cut diamonds. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $700–800 Est. $750–850 149 A Pair Of Pink Tourmaline And Diamond Cluster Earrings. Circular outline designed as a two tiered flowerhead, the petals set with pear shaped tourmalines and diamonds to a central 7 diamond cluster. 18ct. white gold. Gemmologist’s report available. Est. $2000–2500 See illustration p.9

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buyers guide If you have not bought from Dunbar Sloane before, please read the following notes. They are set out in the order you are likely to come across them in the process of buying at auction. Staff will be pleased to answer any questions you may have.

Buyers Premium The buyer shall pay to Dunbar Sloane Ltd a premium of 15% of the hammer price plus GST on the premium only – effectively adding 17.25% to the hammer price.

BEFORE THE AUCTION CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS The terms and conditions under which the buyer acts at a sale are detailed at the back of this catalogue. We recommend that you read and understand these conditions of business before registering to bid at an auction. This sale is subject to the conditions of business printed in this catalogue and to the reserves.

AFTER THE AUCTION

Viewing All lots are available for inspection prior to the sale. Although staff will endeavour to answer your enquiries, and give advice, the final decision to bid, is at your discretion and liability. Pre-Sale Estimates The estimated prices printed below the catalogue descriptions are in New Zealand dollars and are the approximate prices expected to be realised, excluding buyers premium. They are not definitive, they are prepared well in advance of the sale and they are subject to revision. Condition reports Dunbar Sloane Ltd will provide a verbal condition report if you would like an opinion on any particular lot prior to purchasing. All goods are sold “as is” and it is up to the buyer to satisfy themselves as to the condition of an item before the auction. THE AUCTION Registration To bid at the auction you will need to register for a bidding number at the front desk either during the viewing or prior to the auction. Buying at the Auction Please bid clearly and promptly using your bidding number. When you successfully purchase a lot the auctioneer will ask you for your number, and this will show on your invoice. Approximate Selling Rate Auctions are generally conducted at the rate of about 100 lots per hour. However, this can vary. Absentee Bidding If you are unable to attend the auction, Dunbar Sloane Ltd can bid on your behalf according to your written instructions. This is a free service for intended buyers. Please complete clearly the form at the back of this catalogue and submit it to Dunbar Sloane Ltd at least 24 hours before the sale to ensure it is safely received. Lots will be purchased for you as cheaply as possible, subject to other bids in the room and to reserves. Telephone Bidding If you are unable to attend the auction, you can elect to bid by telephone (subject to availability). Telephone bidding must be arranged with Dunbar Sloane Ltd at least 24 hours prior to the sale and is strictly subject to a minimum lot estimate of $1000 or greater. Please note that the auctioneer determines the increments in bidding, not the telephone bidder.

Payment Payment for purchase is due in New Zealand dollars within 48 hours from the date of sale by cash, cheque or eftpos. Alternatively payment can be made by telegraphic transfer direct to our bank: (Please add $25NZ to cover New Zealand bank charges) ANZ Credit 06 0501 0524945 00 Swift Code ANZBNZ22 Payee Dunbar Sloane Ltd Please include details of sale date and lot numbers with all payments.

Collection of Purchases Property purchased can be collected as soon as full payment has been received. Any items not collected within seven days of the auction may be subject to a storage and insurance fee. Items must be paid for straight away and a second account for courier/ freight charges will follow approximately 6 days later when we have had time to confirm courier/NZ Post charges. National & International Packaging and Transportation We prefer the buyer to pack and arrange transport. Removal firms can make crates, wrap your goods and have them delivered to you. 1. Pack & Send, email: wellingtoncity@packsend.co.nz. Quote lot number, correct auction house (Dunbar Sloane Auckland or Wellington) and date of the auction. 2. It is best to arrange your own freight insurance. It is cheaper with your household insurance company. 3. Couriers do not pack and require payment before they pick up the goods. If you want Dunbar Sloane Ltd to pack and pay for couriers we charge accordingly. This is to be paid before the goods leave our premises. We pack with care, however we take no responsibility for damage once your goods leave our premises. It is up to the buyer to arrange insurance to cover any damage or loss in transit. 4. New Zealand Post Office If you require us to send your items by post we will charge for packing, postage and incidentals. The goods need to be paid for immediately following the auction and we will then quote you for this service. We have to take your items to NZ Post by car, stand in queues and fill in a custom declaration.This all takes considerable time for which we charge NZ $50.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1 The highest Bidder is deemed to be the Buyer, and if during the Auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, the Lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again for sale. 2 The Auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. 3 a) The Seller shall be entitled to place a reserve on any Lot and the Auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller for any Lot on which a reserve has been placed. b) Dunbar Sloane Ltd have the right to withdraw or divide any Lot or to combine any two or more Lots at their sole discretion. 4 a) The Buyer shall forthwith upon the purchase give in his/her name and permanent address. b) The Buyer may be required to pay down forthwith the whole or any part of the Purchase Money, and if he/she fails to do so, the Lot may at the Auctioneers absolute discretion be put up again and resold. c) The Buyer shall pay to Dunbar Sloane Ltd a premium of 15% on the hammer price together with GST at the standard rate on the premium, and agrees that Dunbar Sloane, when acting as agent for the Seller, may also receive commission from the Seller. 5 a) Each Lot sold by the Seller thereof with all faults and defects therein and with all errors of description and is to be taken and paid for whether genuine and authentic or not and no compensation shall be paid for the same. b) Dunbar Sloane Ltd act as agents only and neither they nor the Seller are responsible for any faults or defects in any Lot or the correctness of any statement as the authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness, provenance or condition of any Lot. c) All statements in the Catalogues, Advertisements or Brochures of forthcoming sales as to any of the matters specified in (b) above are statements of opinion, and are not to be relied upon as statements of representations of fact, and intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to all of the matters specified in (b) above, as to the physical description of any Lot, and as to whether or not any Lot has been repaired. d) The Seller and Dunbar Sloane Ltd do not make or give, nor has any person in the employment of Dunbar Sloane Ltd any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty. e) In any event neither the Seller nor Dunbar Sloane Ltd are responsible for any representation or warranty, or for any statement in the Catalogues, Advertisements or Brochures of forthcoming sales. 6 Not withstanding any other terms of these conditions, if within 7 days after the sale Dunbar Sloane Ltd have received from the Buyer of any Lot notice in writing that in his view the Lot is deliberate forgery and within 9 days after such notification, the Buyer returns the same to Dunbar Sloane Ltd in the same condition as at the time of sale and satisfies Dunbar Sloane Ltd had considered in the light of the entry in the Catalogue the Lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the Lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. 7 a) To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in settlement of Purchase, no Lot can be taken away during the times of sale, nor can any Lot be taken away unless it has been paid for in full. b) All Lots are to paid for and taken away at the Buyer's expense within TWO days from sale. 8 On failure of a Buyer to take away and pay for any Lot in accordance with Condition 7, Dunbar Sloane Ltd reserves any other right or remedies. i) To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold by public sale, any money paid in part payment being forfeited, any deficiency attending such resale after deducting all costs incurred in connection with the Lot to be made good by the defaulting Buyer, and any surplus to be the Seller's or: ii) To store the Lot or cause it to be stored whether at their own premises or elsewhere at the sole expense of the Buyer, and to release the Lot only after payment in full of the purchase price together with interest there on of 5% above Bank minimum lending rate, the accrued cost of removal, storage and insurance (if any) and all other costs incurred in connection with the Lot. iii) If the Lot has been in store pursuant to (ii) for more than 6 months, to remove the Lot from store and to exercise the right set out in (i).

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catalogue subscription Dunbar Sloane Ltd 7 Maginnity St, Wellington PO Box 224, Wellington 6140 New Zealand Phone: +64 4 472 1367 Fax: +64 4 475 7389 info@dunbarsloane.co.nz www.dunbarsloane.com (GST Reg. No. 11–250–866) WELLINGTON CATALOGUES All costs are noted in New Zealand dollars. Postage within New Zealand included, overseas subscribers please add costs as noted Tick

NZ Cost

Europe/USA

Australia/Pacific

Antique & Artefacts

Minimum of 3 colour catalogues per year

$60.00

$130.00NZ

$90.00NZ

Fine & Applied Art

Minimum of 3 colour catalogues per year

$60.00

$130.00NZ

$90.00NZ

Toys & Dolls

Minimum of 1 colour catalogues per year

$20.00

$40.00NZ

$35.00NZ

Wine

Minimum of 2 catalogues per year

$20.00

$40.00NZ

$35.00NZ

Rare Books, Maps

Minimum of 2 catalogues per year

$30.00

$50.00NZ

$45.00NZ

AUCKLAND CATALOGUES Dunbar Sloane Ltd • PO Box 68 527 • Newton • Auckland • New Zealand dunbar.akl@xtra.co.nz • Ph (09) 630 9178 • Fax (09) 630 9173 (GST Reg. No. 75–833–277) Tick Maori/Pacific Artefacts NZ Historical, Art, Militaria & Collectables

Minimum of 3 colour catalogues per year

NZ Cost $70.00

Europe/USA $140.00NZ

Australia/Pacific $100.00NZ

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