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Jewellery 12 February 2019

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Jewellery London 12th February 2019


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TUESDAY Asian Art

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The next Jewellery auction will held on the 14th of May 2019. Entries now invited.


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Jewellery

Tuesday 12th February 2019, 11.00

VIEWING AT SOUTH KENSINGTON selected highlights only Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Steven McCauley Jordan Salzmann Darrell Russell Monika Olek

Basak Ulukose Front cover: Lot 194 & 196 Back cover: Lot 187


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1 A diamond tiara / necklace, early 20th century The tiara designed as a series of ten-ray stars, above a detachable line of graduating trefoil and crescent motifs, accompanied by a knifewire backchain, convertible into a necklace, set throughout with cushion-shaped and rose-cut diamonds, cushion-shaped diamonds approx. 17.70 carats total, necklace length 39.0cm, tiara inner diameter 13.0cm £4,000-£6,000 For many centuries head ornaments of various types have been worn to denote rank and honour, such as the laurel wreaths awarded to athletes in Ancient Greece. Due in part to improved lapidary techniques and a greater availability of gemstones, the nineteenthcentury saw the emergence of elaborately gem-set tiaras of the type which we are most familiar with today. Queen Victoria possessed an exquisite collection of jewels, and was particularly fond of tiaras, which she wore to establish her royal identity. This in turn prompted her female subjects to follow suit. The tiara became a mainstay of fashion amongst the British upperclasses throughout the Empire, which endured into the twentieth-century. A crowning glory, hair ornaments were a prominent mean’s of displaying one’s wealth and were worn to a multitude of events, from intimate social occasions and operas, to weddings and ceremonies of state. They were manufactured both at home and abroad, taking centre stage at grand spectacles both in Britain and throughout the colonial Empire.

2 A diamond cluster ring, circa 1910 The collet-set rectangular cushion-shaped diamond within an openwork double-cluster surround of old brilliant and rose-cut diamonds, with millegrain detail throughout, to a polished hoop, diamonds approx. 1.15 carats total, ring size approx. L1⁄2 (hoop off round) £400-£600 3 A diamond crescent brooch, circa 1890 Set with a continuous row of graduated rose-cut diamonds, later pin fitting, indistinct maker’s mark, French assay mark, length 2.9cm £700-£900 4 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring The cut-cornered step-cut sapphire to a surround of brilliant and old brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, ring size Q £300-£400

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5 A ‘Love’ ring, by Cartier The polished band decorated with screwhead motifs, signed Cartier, maker’s mark, numbered, ring size K, maker’s case £500-£700

8 A diamond-set ‘Anniversary’ ring, by Cartier Designed as a polished overlapping band centrally highlighted by a brilliant-cut diamond, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size L £700-£900

6 An enamel and diamond ‘Nuit Noire’ pendant necklace, by Chanel The filed belcher-link chain, suspending a concave black enamel pendant, with a brilliant-cut diamond frame, centrally highlighted by a brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 0.33 carat, signed Chanel, rubbed maker’s mark and French assay mark, numbered, lengths: pendant 2.6cm, chain 40.6cm, maker’s box

9 A diamond single-stone ring The central brilliant-cut diamond, between baguette-cut diamond shoulders, to an 18 carat white gold setting, principal diamond approx. 2.25 carats, ring size M½ £2,000-£3,000

Accompanied by a printout of a GIA Diamond Dossier stating that the diamond is F colour, VVS1 clarity. Report number 17276614, dated 12th May 2008. £2,800-£3,200

10 A diamond-set ‘Logo’ ring, by Cartier The brushed band framed by polished borders, with brilliant-cut diamond-set ‘C’ terminals, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size M £1,200-£1,500

7 A ‘Love’ bangle, by Cartier The polished bangle decorated at intervals with screwhead motifs, signed Cartier, numbered, Cartier size 19, inner diameter 6.3cm £1,500-£2,000

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11 A diamond necklace and earring suite 1st: The necklace centrally collet-set with a brilliant-cut diamond, to a brushed rectangular link chain; 2nd: Each earring designed as a polished hoop, collet-set to the front with a brilliant-cut diamond, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, Portuguese assay marks, lengths: necklace 42.0cm, earring 2.0cm (2) £600-£800 12 An emerald and diamond ring Set with an oval-cut emerald, within a tiered double-surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, to an 18 carat white gold polished hoop, diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, London hallmark, ring size M £1,200-£1,500 13 A pair of diamond earrings Each surmount hoop, set with brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending an articulated mesh-link triangular panel interspersed with similarly-cut diamonds, post fittings, diamonds approx. 3.00 carats total, length 3.4cm £2,500-£3,000

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14 A diamond-set ‘Class One’ earring and pendant necklace suite, by Chaumet The cylindrical pendant highlighted with lines of brilliant-cut diamonds, above a course of blacken rubber, suspended from a filed belcher-link chain, accompanied by a pair of hoop earrings en suite, diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, signed Chaumet, pendant with maker’s mark and French assay mark, earrings numbered, lengths: pendant 0.9cm, chain 41.9cm, earring 1.5cm, maker’s necklace case (2) £700-£900 15 A ‘Logo’ ring, by Cartier The split opening designed as opposing Cs, to a brushed band between polished borders, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size P, maker’s case and box £500-£700 16 A B.Zero ring, by Bulgari The sprung coiled band, engraved BVLGARI to the borders, signed Bulgari, ring size O £700-£900

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17 A diamond-set evening bag, circa 1960 The textured basket-weave clutch, with a brilliant and single-cut diamond clasp, opening to reveal a mirror on the interior, diamonds approx. 1.80 carats total, maker’s mark SC, length 18.2cm £6,000-£8,000

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21 A pair of emerald, diamond and enamel pendent earrings Each suspending a pear-shaped emerald, within a black enamel surround, to an articulated surmount set with an octagonal-cut emerald and a princess-cut diamond, post fittings, length 3.3cm £2,500-£3,000 22 An emerald dress ring The circular cabochon emerald in a ribbed collet-setting, to a ropetwist surround and hoop, ring size K Accompanied by a report from GCS stating that the emerald is of Colombian origin, with indications of moderate clarity enhancement. Report number 79185-19, dated 6th November 2018. £2,000-£3,000

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23 A sapphire and diamond three-stone ring The central square step-cut sapphire between old brilliant-cut diamonds, to a platinum hoop, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, London hallmark, European convention mark, ring size P½ £600-£800 24 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond earclips, circa 1960 Each set to the centre with a 8.0mm cultured pearl, to a surround of 5.0mm cultured pearls with single-cut diamond highlights, clip fittings, length 2.2cm, fitted case £400-£600

26 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring The oval-cut sapphire, in a four-claw setting, within tiered borders of brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, ring size M £1,500-£2,000 27 A pair of aquamarine and diamond pendent earrings Each set with a pear-shaped aquamarine, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, suspended from an articulated line of similarly-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat white gold, diamonds approx. 1.05 carats total, London hallmarks, length 4.4cm £1,200-£1,500

25 An aquamarine bead necklace The strand of aquamarine briolettes, to a polished spherical clasp, length 46.0cm £300-£500 8

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28 An enamel and diamond charm / pendant, by Fabergé The detachable Russian doll pendant, decorated with enamel and pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, hinged to reveal a compartment, containing a smaller similarly-designed doll, to an 18 carat white gold curb-link chain, diamonds approx. 0.65 carat total, pendant signed Fabergé, numbered 14/150, maker’s mark, chain with European convention mark, lengths: pendant 3.0cm, chain 46.0cm £1,000-£1,500 29 A diamond and blue topaz cluster ring The central pear-shaped blue topaz within a double border of brilliant-cut diamonds, to an 18 carat white gold setting, diamonds approx. 2.05 carats total, maker’s mark, UK hallmark, ring size N £800-£1,200 30 A diamond pendant necklace The pendant composed of five graduated pavé-set brilliant-cut diamond spheres suspending a polished drop-shaped terminal, to a faceted spherical-link chain, diamonds approx. 1.60 carats total, lengths: pendant 5.5cm, chain 39.0cm £1,000-£1,500

31 A pair of diamond hoop earrings Each set to the front and inner hoop with brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.95 carat total, length 3.4cm £500-£700 32 A natural pearl and diamond dress ring The 10.8-10.9x9.0mm button-shaped natural pearl, within a bombé surround, set with brilliant and single-cut diamonds, to a polished hoop, diamonds approx. 3.50 carats total, ring size P Accompanied by a report from the Gem & Pearl Laboratory stating that the pearl is natural, saltwater. Report number 16672, dated 14th December 2018. £1,500-£2,000 33 A blue topaz and diamond dragonfly pendant necklace The brilliant-cut diamond dragonfly, surmounted by an oval-shaped blue topaz in a four claw-setting, to a belcher-link chain, diamonds approx. 1.45 carats total, lengths: pendant 7.3cm, chain 45.5cm £700-£900

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36 34 A novelty bird brooch, by Boucheron Modelled as a chick atop a branch, of textured finish, with a circularcut ruby eye, signed Boucheron Paris, maker’s mark, French assay mark, length 2.7cm £1,800-£2,200

38 An orange sapphire-set ring, by Mario Buccellati The bi-coloured wide band pierced and engraved with textured detail, set to the centre with a marquise-shaped brownish-orange sapphire, signed M. Buccellati, ring size L, maker’s case £1,000-£1,500

35 A pair of bi-coloured earrings, by Madonna Thierry Each bi-coloured hoop, of hammered finish, signed Madonna T, length 2.4cm £300-£400

39 A tri-coloured gold bracelet, by Roy King for Cartier, 1961 The articulated strap, of 18 carat yellow, white and rose gold textured brick-links, signed Cartier, maker’s mark RCK, numbered, London hallmark, length 17.9cm, fitted Cartier case £1,500-£2,000

36 A gold and diamond brooch, by Ben Rosenfeld, 1969 Of floral design, composed of a series of brushed 18 carat gold square plaques each with textured borders and a central brilliant-cut diamond highlight, diamonds approx. 1.50 carats total, maker’s mark BRLd, London hallmark, length 4.7cm £1,000-£1,500

40 A gem-set brooch / pendant, bracelet and ring suite, circa 1970 The textured rectangular plaque, of openwork design, set with circular-cut rubies and emeralds, and square and circular-cut white sapphires, accompanied by a bracelet and ring en suite, maker’s mark AF, lengths: brooch 4.0cm, bracelet 18.9cm, ring size N½ (3) £1,000-£1,500

37 A pair of diamond earclips, by Chaumet Of abstract foliate design, each centred by a brilliant and single-cut diamond-set flower, clip fittings, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, signed Chaumet Paris, numbered, French assay marks, length 2.5cm, maker’s case £3,200-£3,800 11


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41 A diamond cluster ring The cushion-shaped diamond, weighing 0.51 carat, in a four-claw setting, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat white gold, remaining diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, partial UK hallmark, ring size L Accompanied by a print out of a GIA Diamond Dossier stating that the diamond is I colour, VS2 clarity. Report number 6231400880 dated 3rd August 2016. £500-£700 42 A pair of diamond earstuds Each brilliant-cut diamond, in a four-claw setting, mounted in 9 carat white gold, post fittings, diamonds approx. 0.90 carat total, partial UK hallmark, length 0.5cm £500-£700 43 A pair of emerald, tourmaline and diamond pendent earrings Each pear-shaped cabochon emerald, within a surround of brilliantcut diamonds, suspending a pear-shaped rose-cut tourmaline, within a similarly-cut diamond border, post fittings, diamonds approx. 1.30 carats total, length 5.9cm £1,800-£2,200

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44 A pink sapphire and diamond ring The triangular-cut pink sapphire, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, between similarly-cut diamond shoulders, diamonds approx. 0.80 carat total, ring size N½ £1,000-£1,500 45 A ruby and diamond line bracelet Composed of a line of brilliant-cut diamonds, interspersed with four claw-set circular-cut rubies, mounted in 18 carat white gold, diamonds 0.45 carat total, London hallmark, length 18.7cm £250-£350 46 A red spinel and diamond cluster ring The cushion-shaped red spinel, in a four-claw setting, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat white gold, diamonds approx. 0.25 carat total, partial UK hallmark, ring size M½ £700-£900

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47 A pink tourmaline, peridot and diamond pendant The ridged circular cabochon pink tourmaline, within a surround of carved cabochon peridot leaves and brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 1.00 carat total, length 4.3cm £2,200-£2,800

50 A peridot and diamond cluster ring The cushion-shaped peridot, in a four-claw setting, within a pavé-set brilliant-cut diamond surround and shoulders, mounted in 18 carat white gold, London hallmark, European convention mark, ring size N £500-£700

48 A diamond single-stone ring Set with an old brilliant-cut diamond, between single-cut diamond shoulders, to a plain hoop, principal diamond approx. 1.20 carats, ring size O £1,200-£1,500

51 A tourmaline pendant necklace and earring suite, by Kerry Richardson The snake-link chain, suspending a pendant channel-set with three step-cut pink and green tourmalines, accompanied by a pair of earrings, similarly-set with a cushion-shaped green tourmaline and a princess-cut pink tourmaline, mounted in 18 carat white gold, maker’s mark, UK hallmarks, lengths: pendant 3.6cm, chain adjustable maximum length 53.3cm, earring 2.6cm (2) £300-£500

49 An opal, diamond and pink tourmaline pendant necklace The pink tourmaline drop to a princess and tapered baguette-cut diamond surmount, suspended from pear-shaped cabochon opals and a trace-link chain, diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, lengths: pendant 3.0cm, necklace 44.9cm £800-£1,000

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52 A pendant, by Lalaounis, circa 1970 The large rectangular concave pendant with applied sprung swirling decoration, to a spacer of clustered spheres, suspended from a convex plaque, to a twisted fancy-link longchain, pendant with maker’s mark, chain signed UnoAErre, lengths: pendant 18.2cm, chain 98.3cm £300-£500 53 A silver cuff, by Poul Hansen for Georg Jensen Designed as a polished tapering cuff, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 188, inner diameter 6.6cm £120-£150 Poul Hansen was born in 1902 and began his career at Georg Jensen in 1922, becoming foreman of the goldsmith workshop in 1937. This design by Hansen was first introduced in 1968.

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54 A fancy-link bracelet, by Georg Jensen, 1954-55 The oval links, spaced by pierced foliate cartouches, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 34, maker’s mark GJLd, rubbed UK import mark, length 18.9cm £200-£300

55 A necklace and bracelet suite, by Kindt Larsen for Georg Jensen Each composed of a series of triangular links with flattened terminals between chain-link connections, can be joined together to form a long chain, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 104A, lengths: bracelet 18.5cm, necklace 38.0cm (2) £800-£1,200 Edvard Kindt-Larsen (1901–1982) was a prominent Danish designer and architect. He often worked in partnership with his wife Tove Kindt-Larsen (1906–1994) producing furniture, silverware and textiles.

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56 A black enamel ‘Daisy’ pendant and earclips, by Georg Jensen The stylised daisy, with black enamel petals, accompanied by a pair of earclips en suite, signed Georg Jensen, lengths: pendant 4.3cm, earclip 3.2cm (2) £100-£150 The Daisy collection debuted in 1940, to celebrate the birth of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. In the midst of the Second World War, the birth of a princess lifted the spirits of the people and Georg Jensen saw the daisy as a perfect symbol of hope. It has remained a perennial favourite amongst Jensen collectors. 57 A ‘Plaza’ ring, by Henning Koppel and a bangle by Vivianna Tourn Bulow-Hube for Georg Jensen 1st: The ring of tapering rectangular design, 2nd: The polished sprung bangle with a hook clasp, signed Georg Jensen, 1st: pattern 141, 2nd: pattern 212 and signed Torun, ring size J½, bangle inner diameter 5.5cm (2) £120-£150

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58 A dress ring, by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen Of elongated form, designed to wrap around the finger, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 99, ring size M £100-£150 Henning Koppel (1918-1981) studied sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In 1945, he secured a contract at Georg Jensen and remained there for the entirety of his life. His works are highly sculptural and devoid of embellishment where the forms themselves are the decoration. Koppel was quoted as saying, “I’m sick to death of all that Functionalism nonsense. The utility value is not the main aim… it has to be a wonderful thing to look at. In my view everything must first and foremost be beautiful... All that Functionalism nonsense is a damned pain to listen to”. Ingvordsen, Jans ‘The Jewellery Box; Danish Jewellery Art of the 20th Century”, Strandberg Publishing, Copenhagen, 2017, p 232.

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59 A silver bracelet, by Bent Gabrielsen Pedersen for Hans Hansen Designed as elongated triangular overlapping silver links, signed Hans Hansen, pattern 238, sponsor’s mark DSD, UK import mark, length 17.7cm £80-£120 This bracelet was designed in 1958 by Pedersen for the Hans Hansen firm. Hans Hansen (1884-1940) was a Danish designer and silversmith. In 1906, he opened a workshop in Kolding, Denmark, which was taken over by his son Karl Gustav following his death in 1940. Whilst Hansen retailed his jewellery independently, he supplied various designs which were manufactured and retailed by Georg Jensen. In 1991 the firm was taken over by Georg Jensen. The bracelet was later given the name ‘Peak’ and is still in production.

60 A bracelet and earring suite, by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen The bracelet designed as a series of geometric openwork polished links, accompanied by a pair of earrings en suite, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 190, lengths: bracelet 20.5cm, earring 3.7cm, maker’s case (2) £350-£450 61 A brooch, by Henning Koppel, and a ring, by Hans Hansen, for Georg Jensen 1st: Of triangular polished form, 2nd: Of abstract tapering design, signed Georg Jensen, 1st pattern 327, 2nd maker’s mark HaH, brooch length 6.0cm, ring size K (2) £150-£200

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62 A pair of silver ‘Grate’ earclips, by Nana Ditzel for Georg Jensen Each convex silver square of pierced linier design, clip fittings, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 389, Danish assay mark, European convention mark, length 2.9cm, maker’s case £100-£150 Nana Ditzel (1923-2005) won first prize in the Royal Jeweller Anton Michelsen competition for a necklace. In 1954 she became the first female designer of jewellery and hollowware for Georg Jensen. She was also widely regarded for her furniture and textile designs.

64 A pair of ‘Water Lily’ earclips and pendant necklace, by Nanna Ditzel for Georg Jensen The earclips each designed as a large Water Lily, centrally accented by a heamatite sphere, clip fittings, accompanied by a later pendant necklace “Designer of the Year” of matching design, signed Georg Jensen, earclips pattern 351, pendant with maker’s mark ND, lengths: earclip 3.1cm, pendant 1.9cm, chain 44.4cm, fitted maker’s necklace case (2) £120-£150

63 A pair of pendent earrings, by Nana Ditzel for Georg Jensen Each contoured lobe, suspending an elongated pear-shaped drop, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 128, length 8.0cm £150-£200

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65 A bangle, by Nana Ditzel for Georg Jensen Of polished openwork navette form, signed Georg Jensen, pattern 1111, inner diameter 6.5cm, fitted maker’s case £1,500-£2,000

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66 A gem-set wooden bangle, ring and earclip suite The hinged wooden bangle, inset with heart-shaped amethysts and brilliant-cut diamonds, accompanied by a ring and a pair of earclips en suite, diamonds approx. 0.85 carat total, bangle inner diameter 6.5cm, ring size K½, earring length 2.1cm (3) £300-£500 67 A diamond dress ring Horizontally-set with baguette and tapered baguette-cut diamonds, to a polished 18 carat gold hoop, diamonds approx. 0.80 carat total, maker’s mark, UK hallmark, ring size N £300-£500

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68 A garnet bead necklace The series of faceted garnet beads to a oval clasp with ropetwist decoration and central oval faceted garnet, one bead damaged, length 74.0cm £700-£900 69 A pair of amethyst earclips Each collet-set pear-shaped amethyst, in a polished surround, length 2.8cm £400-£600

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70 A ‘Trinity’ ring, by Cartier Designed as three tri-coloured interlocking bands, of polished finish, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size I £300-£400

72 A pair of diamond hoop earrings Each polished hoop with grooved spacers, set to the centre with brilliant-cut diamonds, post fittings, length 4.2cm £250-£350

71 A hinged cuff bangle Of openwork design, accented by grooved and ribbed decoration, inner diameter 5.5cm £1,200-£1,500

73 A blue topaz ring and earring suite Set with a blue topaz cabochon, in a polished four-claw setting, accompanied by a pair of earrings en suite, post fittings, ring size M½, earring length 1.8cm (2) £500-£700

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74 An amethyst, rock crystal and diamond ‘Lady Stardust’ pendant necklace, by Stephen Webster The kite-shaped fancy-cut rock crystal with amethyst backing accented with brilliant-cut diamond zigzag lines, to a similarly-cut diamond surmount, suspended from a palmier-link two-row chain with brilliant-cut diamond slides, diamonds approx. 0.80 carat total, maker’s marks, numbered, UK hallmarks, lengths: pendant 7.3cm, chain 43.0cm £800-£1,200 75 A ‘Tank Francaise’ ring, by Cartier Designed as three polished rows of stylised brick-linking, signed Cartier, maker’s mark, numbered, ring size J £500-£700 76 A pair of amethyst and diamond pendent earrings Each suspending a step-cut amethyst, within a surround of brilliantcut diamonds, to an articulated surmount of smaller step-cut amethysts and brilliant-cut diamond clusters, mounted in 18 carat white gold, post fittings, diamonds approx. 1.80 carats total, London hallmarks, length 5.2cm £1,500-£2,000

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77 A yellow sapphire and diamond cluster ring Set with a cushion-shaped yellow sapphire, in a four-claw setting, within a surround of brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, to an 18 carat white gold hoop, diamonds approx. 0.45 carat total, London hallmark, ring size N½ £1,200-£1,500 78 λ A pair of amethyst, mother-of-pearl and diamond ‘Crystal Haze’ earrings, by Stephen Webster Each faceted amethyst with a mother-of-pearl backing within a shaped 18 carat white gold surround set with brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, maker’s mark, numbered, UK hallmarks, length 2.2cm, maker’s case £400-£600 79 A diamond and amethyst dress ring Of bombé design, set with three rows of calibre-cut amethysts within brilliant-cut diamond borders, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, ring size P £700-£900

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80 A citrine and amethyst pendant necklace The sugarloaf amethyst suspending a cushion-shaped diamond and pear-shaped citrine drop, to a trace-link chain, lengths: pendant 3.7cm, necklace 42.5cm £600-£800

83 A diamond three-stone ring, by Theo Fennell, 1996 Rubover-set with three brilliant-cut diamonds, to a polished 18 carat white gold band, diamonds approx. 0.55 carat total, signed Fennell, maker’s mark, partial UK hallmark, ring size K £500-£700

81 A citrine ‘Torc’ ring, by Cartier Centrally set with a square fancy-cut citrine, to an 18 carat white gold setting, signed Cartier, numbered, Swiss assay mark, European convention mark, ring size O, maker’s case £400-£600

84 A gem-set torc collar, by David Yurman Of bi-coloured hinged design, the ropetwist torc to terminals set with circular cabochon amethysts, step-cut garnets and circular cabochon chrysoberyl, signed D. Yurman, inner diameter 12.5cm £250-£350

82 A diamond-set cross pendant necklace, by Theo Fennell The openwork 18 carat white gold Latin cross set with brilliant-cut diamonds, to a white gold fancy-link chain, diamonds approx. 0.65 carat total, pendent signed Fennell, maker’s mark TF, UK hallmarks, lengths: pendant 5.4cm, chain 36.5cm, maker’s case £800-£1,200

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85 A diamond dress ring Centred by four old brilliant-cut diamonds in collet-settings, to a polished hoop, principal diamonds approx. 1.65 and 1.30 carats, remaining diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, ring size O½ £3,500-£4,500

88 A pair of sapphire earclips, by Benoit de Gorski Each designed as a flaming orb, the flame surmount suspending a half sphere inset with circular cabochon sapphires, clip fittings, maker’s mark BdeG, length 4.9cm £1,200-£1,500

86 A diamond and sapphire bracelet Of woven design, set throughout with circular-cut sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 1.00 carat total, indistinct maker’s mark, French assay marks, length 18.5cm £3,200-£3,800

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87 A diamond necklace The collet-set brilliant-cut diamond, on a fancy-link chain, diamond approx. 0.70 carat, lengths: pendant 1.0cm, chain 42.3cm £1,000-£1,500

89 A sapphire and diamond three-stone ring The oval-cut sapphire, between brilliant-cut diamonds, all in fourclaw settings, diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, ring size J £400-£600 90 A wood and gold brooch, by Van Cleef & Arpels, 1980 Designed as a stylised wooden bow, centred by a polished 18 carat gold crescent, inset throughout with gold triangles, signed VCA, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay marks, UK import mark, length 7.4cm £800-£1,200

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93 A gem-set giardinetto ring, second half of the 18th century and later The floral arrangement, set with rose-cut diamonds and rose and flat- cut garnets, issuing from an oval-cut ruby vase, to a later hoop, composite, ring size M £250-£350 94 A pair of pearl and diamond earrings Each 7.4-7.2mm pearl, surmounted by a claw-set cushion-cut diamond, diamonds approx. 0.70 carat total, pearls untested and damaged, length 1.7cm £250-£350

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97 A 19th century carved ebony bracelet Designed as a series of over-lapping oval-shaped carved ebony plaques, each set with a polished bead, length 18.4cm £250-£350 98 A signet ring In the Gothic Revival style, the central scalloped cartouche finely carved with a Chimera, to a tapered chamfered hoop, ring size E½ £500-£700

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99 A pair of pendent earrings Each openwork pendent drop, featuring a winged mythical figure, to a polished spherical surmount, screw fittings, length 7.4cm £300-£400 100 A fire agate and diamond ring The oval fire agate cabochons in a polished rubover setting, to a brilliant-cut diamond surround, diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, ring size L £300-£500

102 A citrine and diamond dress ring The oval mixed-cut citrine, to a brushed bi-coloured band decorated throughout with applied ivy leaf decoration, accented by brilliant-cut diamonds, ring size O½ £500-£700 103 A pair of ‘Fennellium’ diamond hoop earrings, by Theo Fennell The brushed hoops, with repeating MM lettering carved in relief, punctuated by collet-set brilliant-cut diamonds, between polished borders, post fittings, signed Fennellium, maker’s mark TF, length 2.2cm £500-£700

101 A diamond-set alligator bracelet, by B. Kieselstein-Cord, 1996 The links designed as realistically modelled alligator’s heads, with brilliant-cut diamond-set collars, diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, signed B. Kieselstein-Cord, length 20.0cm £250-£350 Barry Kieselstein-Cord is a New York-based designer who first rose to prominence in the 1970s when his first collection of sterling silver jewellery was acquired by Georg Jensen and presented at the brand’s Madison Avenue boutique. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Louvre, Paris, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Notable collectors include Sir Elton John, Andy Warhol and Oprah.

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104 A bracelet with a Blackamoor charm, circa 1955 The fancy-link bracelet, suspending a carved bust wearing a collar and headdress, set with circular cabochon turquoise, with applied ropetwist detail, lengths: charm 4.0cm, bracelet 19.0cm £300-£500 105 A sapphire ring The half collet-set black-blue sapphire, between reeded shoulders, ring size P £400-£600

107 A brooch, by Lalaounis The textured scroll terminating in a finely modelled animal head with beaded collar, maker’s mark, diameter 4.3cm, maker’s pouch £700-£900 108 A gold and diamond single-stone ring The 18 carat yellow gold band collet-set with an uncut diamond octahedron, partial UK hallmark, ring size L £300-£400

106 A pink tourmaline and emerald ring The oval-cut pink tourmaline, in a four-claw setting, between foliate carved emerald shoulders, to a polished hoop, ring size N £800-£1,200

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109 A diamond dress ring Designed as multiple overlapping bands set with brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 1.10 carats total, maker’s mark Sté EMD, French assay mark, ring size M½ £500-£700

112 An aquamarine and diamond dress ring The step-cut aquamarine, in a four-claw setting, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, to an 18 carat white gold hoop, diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, London hallmark, ring size M £3,000-£3,500

110 A turquoise and diamond dress ring and pendent earrings The ring set with an oval turquoise cabochon, to an openwork brilliant-cut diamond-set hoop of foliate design, the earrings with circular cabochon turquoise surmount, to an articulated similarly-cut diamond-set drop, suspending a turquoise terminal, post fittings, diamonds approx. 5.35 carats total, one diamond deficient, earring length 5.6cm, ring size L (2) £1,500-£2,000

113 A diamond single-stone ring The claw-set brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 2.22 carats, between brilliant and single-cut diamond-set shoulders, to a polished hoop, remaining diamonds approx. 0.25 carat total, ring size M½ Accompanied by a report from GCS, stating that the diamond is I colour, SI1 clarity. Report no. 79191-14, dated 12th December 2018. £6,000-£8,000

111 A diamond pendant Of articulated chandelier design, the brilliant-cut diamond-set branches, suspending pear-shaped drops set with marquise, princess and brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat white gold, diamonds approx. 4.50 carats total, partial UK hallmark, length 7.4cm £2,500-£3,000

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114 A ‘Trinity Must Essence’ ring, by Cartier The stacked tri-coloured bands rotating on two central pivots, signed Cartier, maker’s mark, numbered, ring size I £600-£800 115 A diamond-set necklace, bracelet and earring suite The bi-coloured necklace, formed from a series of brushed lozengeshaped links, with brilliant-cut diamond-set spacers, accompanied by a bracelet and earrings en suite, post fittings, diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, lengths: necklace 45.0cm, bracelet 19.3cm, earring 3.2cm (3) £800-£1,200

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116 A diamond bracelet Set with a flat-cut diamond slice, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, to a trace-link chain, length 19.0cm £350-£400 117 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond earrings Each 8.2-8.5mm cultured pearl suspended from a flat-cut diamond slice, in a brilliant-cut diamond surround to a similarly-cut diamond surmount, hook fittings, brilliant-cut diamonds approx. 0.25 carat total, length 3.7cm £400-£600 118 A cultured pearl ring, by Van Cleef & Arpels Of polished finish, set with a graduating double-row of 3.4-5.2mm cultured pearls, signed VCA, partially struck maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, ring size L £2,000-£2,500

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119 An emerald, diamond and cultured pearl pendant necklace The 8.3mm cultured pearl, suspended from a collet-set pear-shaped emerald with a brilliant-cut diamond accent, to a trace-link chain, lengths: pendant 2.8cm, chain 43.3cm £400-£600

122 A pair of baroque cultured pearl and gem-set earrings Each baroque pearl, inlaid with a brilliant-cut diamond and a circular-cut ruby and sapphire, to a brilliant-cut diamond surmount, hook fittings, length 3.3cm £300-£400

120 A cultured pearl brooch and earring suite, by Tiffany & Co. The stylised tree set with 3.0mm cultured pearls, accompanied by a pair of earrings en suite, similarly-set and modelled as branches, post fittings, brooch signed Tiffany & Co., earrings with maker’s mark T&Co., lengths: brooch 3.5cm, earring 1.7cm (2) £500-£700

123 A cultured pearl and diamond ring The 12.6mm cultured pearl within a double border of brilliant-cut diamonds, diamond approx. 0.75 carat total, ring size M½ £400-£600

121 A cultured pearl bracelet Each fancy-link inset with a 8.0-8.4mm cultured pearl, Spanish assay mark, length 21.5cm £1,200-£1,500

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124 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond earrings, by Boodle & Dunthorne, 2002 Each of swirling 18 carat white gold design, pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, suspending a detachable 11.6mm cultured pearl of grey tint, hook fittings, diamonds approx. 0.25 carat total, maker’s mark B&D, London hallmark, length 3.4cm, maker’s case £700-£900

126 A cultured pearl and diamond pendant necklace, by Boodle & Dunthorne, 2002 The wire collar suspending a detachable 11.2mm cultured pearl of grey tint, with an 18 carat white gold brilliant-cut diamond bale, pendant with maker’s mark B&D and London hallmark, lengths: necklace 42.2cm, pendant 3.1cm, maker’s case £500-£700

125 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring Centrally set with an oval-cut sapphire, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to a polished hoop, diamonds approx. 0.80 carat total, Portuguese assay marks, ring size N £700-£900

127 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond earrings, by Kim Poor Each 15.9mm cultured pearl of grey tint, set behind a slightly curved line of brilliant and single-cut diamonds, post fittings, diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, signed Kim Poor, length 4.5cm £400-£600 128 A diamond single-stone ring The brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 1.04 carats, in a four-claw setting, mounted in 18 carat white gold, partial UK hallmark, ring size L½ £2,000-£3,000

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129 A diamond dress ring Designed as a circular concave plaque, pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, to a polished hoop, diamonds approx. 1.60 carats total, Portuguese assay marks, ring size O £500-£700 130 A fancy-link necklace Designed as a series of polished oval links, to a concealed clasp, Portuguese assay marks, length 60.0cm £1,000-£1,500

131 A cultured pearl and diamond ring and earstuds The 13.8mm cultured pearl of grey tint, between brilliant-cut diamonds, accompanied by a pair of 13.4-13.5mm cultured pearl earstuds with removable brilliant-cut diamond accents, ring size Q, earstud length 1.7cm (2) £400-£600 132 A diamond-set ‘Icon’ ring, by Gucci The wide band set with brilliant-cut diamonds, and decorated with GG initials, diamonds approx. 0.30 carat total, signed Gucci, ring size K £700-£900 133 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond earclips Each set with a 13.9-14.1mm cultured pearl of grey tint, atop a pavéset brilliant-cut diamond cup, clip fittings, diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, length 2.2cm £1,200-£1,500

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136 A lapis lazuli necklace The spherical 19.8-20.3mm lapis lazuli beads, spaced to the front with polished beads, to a large spherical clasp, length 48.0cm £300-£400

135 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring The cushion-shaped sapphire, in a raised claw setting, within an undulating border of brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.35 carat total, ring size O £1,500-£1,800

137 A pair of gem-set earrings, by Kim Poor Each oval cabochon moonstone collet-set within an openwork surround with cabochon aquamarine quarters and bead spacers, suspending a pear-shaped panel fringe of brushed finish, post and clip fittings, signed Kim Poor, length 4.0cm £400-£600

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138 A pair of amethyst and cultured pearl pendent earrings Each surmount designed as a filigree butterfly, set with circular-cut amethysts and cultured pearls, suspending a flower-shaped drop, centred by a pear-shaped amethyst within a surround of circular-cut amethysts, length 6.5cm £700-£900

140 A gold and diamond dress ring The graduated line of brilliant-cut diamonds, the largest to the centre, within a scalloped frame of similarly-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat gold, principal diamond approx. 0.35 carat, remaining diamonds approx. 0.70 carat total, partial UK hallmark, European convention mark, ring size K½ £250-£350

139 An amethyst pendant necklace and brooch 1st: The pear-shaped amethyst, within a foliate openwork surround, to a fancy-link chain, 2nd: The central plaque with bead and ropework decoration, set with a half-pearl, with horizontally-set pearshaped rose-cut amethyst terminals, lengths: pendant 4.9cm, chain 46.4cm, brooch 5.3cm (2) £300-£500

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141 A gem-set necklace and bracelet suite, by Fope The articulated flattened tubular brick-link necklace, centrally highlighted by a sugarloaf pink tourmaline, aquamarine and citrine, in polished rubover settings, accompanied by a bracelet en suite, signed Fope, lengths: necklace 41.0cm, bracelet 19.5cm (2) £1,800-£2,200 142 A pair of diamond hoop earrings, by Chaumet Each polished hoop, inset with brilliant-cut diamonds, clip fittings, diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, signed Chaumet Paris, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, length 2.0cm £1,800-£2,200 143 A gold ‘Love Astro’ ring, by Cartier The polished 18 carat gold band decorated with screwhead motifs, designed to split into three rotating bands, signed Cartier, numbered, European convention mark, Swiss assay mark, ring size G £600-£800

144 A negligée necklace, by Fope The brick-link necklace, with a movable bi-coloured slide and bicoloured spherical terminals, signed Fope, maximum length 60.2cm (adjustable) £1,500-£2,000 145 A gem-set ‘Coco’ ring, by Chanel, circa 1995 Of bombé form, set with a cushion-shaped citrine, within a surround of buff-top tanzanites and peridots, to a polished hoop, signed Chanel, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, peridot chipped, ring size L £800-£1,200 The firm of Chanel relaunched its Fine Jewellery collection to the world in 1993 following a near sixty year hiatus from the discipline. Alongside re-issued versions of Gabrielle Chanel’s original 1932 Bijoux de Diamants collection were also new designs, such as the large and colourful ‘Scottish’ and ‘Coco’ rings. 146 A citrine ring, by Pomellato Set with a rose-cut citrine, in a polished collet-setting, to a wide hoop, signed Pomellato, French assay mark, ring size M £2,000-£3,000 39


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149 A diamond pendant necklace The marquise-cut diamond, weighing 1.10 carats, within a surround of brilliant-cut diamonds, to a triple-strand trace-link chain, remaining diamonds approx. 0.60 carat total, lengths: pendant 1.7cm, chain 45.2cm Accompanied by a report from GCS stating that the diamond is E colour, VVS1 clarity. Report number 79186-26, dated 26th November 2018. £3,800-£4,500

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156 A diamond pendant necklace The curved plaque, set with brilliant-cut diamonds, to a fancy-link chain, diamonds approx. 0.70 carat total, lengths: pendant 2.8cm, chain 45.0cm £250-£350 157 A sapphire and diamond ring Of 18 carat white gold latticework design, pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, with tension-set circular-cut sapphire accents, diamonds approx. 0.90 carat total, London hallmark, ring size M½ £1,500-£2,000 158 A diamond cluster ring The tiered flowerhead cluster set throughout with single-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.90 carat total, ring size M½ £600-£800

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167 A ‘Trinity’ pendant necklace, by Cartier The pendant composed of three interlocking tri-coloured hoops, to a belcher-link chain, signed Cartier, numbered, lengths: pendant 1.1cm, chain 40.5cm £500-£700

164 A sapphire and diamond ring The horizontally-set oval cabochon sapphire, between brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, indistinct maker’s mark, French assay mark, ring size Q £700-£900

168 A pair of gem-set half-hoop rings, by Tiffany & Co. Each polished band channel-set with either calibré-cut rubies or sapphires, alternating with step-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.55 carat total, signed Tiffany & Co., ring size M½ (2) £600-£800

165 A ruby and diamond ring The horizontally-set oval cabochon ruby, between brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.40 carat total, indistinct maker’s mark, French assay mark, ring size Q £700-£900

169 A sapphire and diamond three-stone ring The oval-cut diamond, in a four-claw setting, between pear-shaped sapphires, diamond approx. 0.65 carat, ring size L½ £700-£900

166 A curb-link bracelet, by Cartier The polished flattened curb-link chain to a lobster clasp, signed Cartier, numbered, length 19.0cm £400-£600

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173 A fancy coloured diamond and diamond cluster ring The cushion-shaped Fancy Vivid Yellow diamond, weighing 0.74 carat, to a surround and shoulders of brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in 18 carat white gold, remaining diamonds approx. 0.50 carat total, partial UK hallmark, ring size M Accompanied by a report from EDR stating that the diamond is natural, Fancy Vivid Yellow colour, SI2 clarity. Report number E1512153967, dated 20th February 2015. £1,200-£1,500 174 A citrine and diamond turtle brooch The domed cluster of circular-cut citrines, to a surround, feet and head pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, with circular-cut ruby eyes, diamonds approx. 3.45 carats total, length 4.3cm £500-£700

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175 A set of four diamond-set brooches Individually modelled as a hummingbird, a butterfly and two bugs, set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 0.75 carat total, one diamond deficient, lengths 1.1-1.8cm (4) £1,000-£1,500 176 A citrine and diamond ring The step-cut citrine, in a four-claw setting, within a brilliant-cut diamond surround, to a polished 18 carat white gold hoop, diamonds approx. 0.55 carat total, London hallmark, ring size M £700-£900 177 A diamond pendant necklace The brilliant-cut diamond, weighing 0.51 carat, in a four-claw 18 carat white gold mount, suspended from a white gold filed belcherlink chain, partial UK hallmarks, lengths: pendant 0.9cm, chain 40.1cm £600-£700 178 A ‘Happy Diamond’ pendant necklace, by Chopard The 18 carat white gold heart-shaped pendant with a double brilliant-cut diamond border and central glazed compartment with a floating ‘Happy Diamond’, suspended from a brilliant-cut diamond bale and white gold trace-link chain, diamonds approx. 0.80 carat total, signed Chopard, pendant numbered, European convention marks, Swiss assay marks, lengths: pendant 1.9cm, chain: 42.0cm, maker’s case and certificate of authenticity £1,000-£1,500

179 A ‘Trinity’ ring by Cartier Designed as three interlocking tri-coloured bands, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size J, maker’s case and certificate of authenticity £500-£700 180 A diamond star dress ring The 18 carat white gold brilliant-cut diamond five point star, decorated throughout with oval-cut, hexagonal and cushion-shaped diamonds of yellow tint, diamonds approx. 3.75 carats total, diamonds untested for natural colour, London hallmark, ring size M £2,200-£2,800 181 A fancy-coloured diamond and diamond ring The radiant-cut Fancy Light Yellow diamond, weighing 0.64 carat, in a four-claw setting, between brilliant-cut diamond shoulders, mounted in 18 carat white gold, partial UK hallmark, ring size M Accompanied by a report from GIA stating that the diamond is Fancy Light Yellow colour, SI1 clarity. Report number 2151618306, dated 11th September 2013. £800-£1,200

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182 A diamond compact, circa 1950 Of rectangular polished form, monogrammed ‘M.H.R.’, with an applied brilliant-cut diamond-set bow, opening to reveal a mirror, diamonds approx. 0.55 carat total, mirror damaged, length 8.9cm £1,800-£2,200

184 A diamond double-clip brooch, circa 1955 Designed as overlapping lines of single-cut diamonds with baguette and brilliant-cut diamond accents, diamonds approx. 2.15 carats total, length 5.2cm £1,000-£1,500

183 An onyx and diamond ring, by Guy Laroche Of stylised toggle form, centred by a loop of polished onyx, with a pavé-set brilliant-cut diamond shoulder, signed Guy Laroche, maker’s mark, French assay mark, ring size L £500-£700

185 A sapphire and diamond ring, circa 1930 The oval-cut sapphire within a frame of old brilliant-cut diamonds, highlighted at the edges by triangular-cut sapphires, millegrain detail throughout, diamonds approx. 0.75 carat total, ring size K £400-£600

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186 A diamond bar brooch, circa 1910 Millegrain-set with a row of old brilliant-cut diamonds, to an engraved gallery, diamonds approx. 2.30 carats total, length 7.7cm £600-£800 187 An emerald and diamond dress ring, circa 1935 Of odeonesque design, centred by a step-cut emerald, flanked by brilliant-cut diamonds, with baguette-cut diamond accents to the stepped gallery, principal diamonds approx. 3.90 carats total, remaining diamonds approx. 1.15 carats total, emerald chipped, partially struck maker’s mark, French assay mark, ring size L½ £6,000-£8,000

188 A diamond bar brooch, circa 1910 Composed of a graduated line of old brilliant-cut and cushionshaped diamonds in millegrain-settings, diamonds approx. 2.30 carats, French assay mark, length 8.0cm £700-£900 189 A morganite and diamond bracelet Centred by a rectangular step-cut morganite, within an articulated strap of geometric openwork design, set throughout with single-cut diamonds, diamonds approx. 1.50 carats total, length 16.3cm £1,200-£1,500

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190 A diamond-set ‘Logo’ ring, by Cartier The grooved tri-coloured band, with brilliant-cut diamond-set ‘C’ terminals, signed Cartier, numbered, ring size K £600-£800 191 A pair of diamond cluster earstuds, by Tiffany & Co. Each of flowerhead design, claw-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, post fittings, diamonds approx. 1.20 carats total, maker’s mark T&Co., length 0.9cm £800-£1,200 192 A diamond-set triple band ring, retailed by Boodle & Dunthorne, 1995 Designed as three over-lapping tri-coloured 18 carat gold bands, one pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, maker’s mark S&S, UK hallmark, ring size K, Boodle & Dunthorne case £500-£700 193 A pair of cultured pearl hoop earrings, by Dior Each polished hoop, suspending 7.6mm-7.9mm cultured pearls of pink tint, signed Dior, maker’s marks, numbered, French assay marks, length 5.5cm £500-£700

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194 A cultured pearl and diamond ‘Matelassé’ ring, by Chanel, 1997 Of bombé form, the lattice of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds, punctuated by 3.7-5.5mm cultured pearls, to an 18 carat gold polished hoop, diamonds approx. 0.95 carat total, signed Chanel, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, UK import mark, ring size I, maker’s case £1,500-£2,000 195 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond ‘Matelassé’ earrings, by Chanel, 1997 Of lattice design, each pavé-set with brilliant-cut diamonds, interspersed by 2.7-5.4mm cultured pearls, mounted in 18 carat gold, post fittings, diamonds approx. 3.40 carat total, signed Chanel, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, UK import mark, length 2.8cm, maker’s case £1,800-£2,500 196 A cultured pearl and diamond ‘Matelassé’ bracelet, by Chanel, 1997 The flexible strap, designed as a curved lattice of brilliant-cut diamonds, set throughout with 5.4-5.9mm cultured pearls, to a concealed clasp, mounted in 18 carat gold, diamonds approx. 12.75 carats total, signed Chanel, maker’s mark, numbered, French assay mark, UK import mark, inner diameter 5.8mm, maker’s case £3,000-£5,000 The matelassé, or ‘quilted’ motif, has been closely associated with the house of Chanel since the creation of the 2.55 handbag in 1955. Various sources of inspiration have been cited for the iconic quilted diamond pattern, from the stained glass windows of the convent at Aubazine where Coco Chanel resided as a child, to the cushions in the designer’s Parisian apartment.

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Index of Makers Maker

Lot Number

Maker

Lot Number

Ben Rosenfeld ..................................................................................36

Ilias Lalaounis ..........................................................................52, 107

Bent Gabrielsen Pedersen ................................................................59

Kindt Larsen ....................................................................................55

Boodle & Dunthorne......................................................124, 126, 192

Kerry Richardson ............................................................................51

Boucheron ........................................................................................34

Kieselstein-Cord ............................................................................101

Buccellati ..........................................................................................38

Kim Poor ................................................................................127, 137

Bulgari ..............................................................................................16

Madonna Thierry ............................................................................35

Cartier ....5, 7, 8, 10, 15, 39, 70, 75, 81, 114, 143, 166, 167, 179, 190

Mappin & Webb................................................................................20

Chanel ................................................................6, 145, 194, 195, 196

Nana Ditzel ....................................................................62, 63, 64, 65

Chaumet ............................................................................14, 37, 142

Pomellato ........................................................................................146

Dior ................................................................................................193

Poul Hansen ....................................................................................53

Faberge ............................................................................................28

Roy King ..........................................................................................39

Fope ......................................................................................141, 144

Stephen Webster ........................................................................74, 78

Georg Jensen ..................53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65

Theo Fennell ..............................................................82, 83, 103, 172

Gucci ..............................................................................................132

Tiffany & Co. ..................................................120, 168, 171, 179, 191

Guy Laroche ..................................................................................183

VCA ..........................................................................................90, 118

Henning Koppel ............................................................57, 58, 60, 61

Diamond Grading GIA Colour Grade Colourless

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Near Colourless

G H I J

Faint

K L M

Very Light

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Light

S T U V W X Y Z

Fancy Colours

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GIA Clarity Grading IF Internally Flawless

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VVS1 -VVS2

Very Very Slightly Included

VS1 -VS2

Very Slightly Included

SI1 -SI2

Slightly Included

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Included

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No inclusions or blemishes visible at 10x magnification. No inclusions and only insignificant blemishes visible at 10x magnification. Minute inclusions that range from extremely difficult to very difficult to see at 10x magnification. Noticeable inclusions that are easy or very easy to see at 10x magnification. Obvious inclusions visible at 10x magnification. *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


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Terms and Conditions for Buyers at Chiswick Auctions 1. BEFORE THE SALE 1.1 Agent for the seller Unless otherwise agreed, Chiswick Auctions Ltd, hereafter referred to as CA LTD acts as agent for the seller. The contract for sale of the property is therefore made between the Seller and the Buyer. ,MÅVQ\QWV[ For the purposes of the current Terms and Conditions, the Seller shall JMLMÅVMLI[\PMW_VMZWN \PM/WWL[1\Q[QUXTQML\PI\\PM;MTTMZQ[\PM legitimate owner and is authorised to sell the Lot. The Bidder is any registered person participating in the auction, and the Buyer is the successful Bidder for a particular Lot. The Lot means the item(s) put up for sale by CA Ltd and to which the present Terms and Conditions apply. 1.3 Catalogue descriptions Any representation in any catalogue or otherwise as to the origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness or estimated selling price of any lot is a statement of opinion only. Such statements do not constitute a representation warranty or assumption of liability by CA Ltd in relation to the Lot. Any prospective Buyer should satisfy themselves prior to the sale as to the reliability of the catalogue description. The absence of mention related to prior restorations in the Catalogue descriptions does not imply that the good is exempt thereof. Photographs of any Lot provided by CA Ltd are for indicative purposes only and are not deemed to be a precise representa-tion of the said Lot. The Buyer is advised to seek independent expert advice in order to be assured of the authenticity and true state of the good. 1.4 Inspection Prior to auction, prospective purchasers are strongly advised to personally examine personally any property in which they are interested to satisfy themselves in relation to matters which may concern them. 1.5 Condition report CA Ltd may issue a Condition Report on request prior to the sale. <PQ[+WVLQ\QWV:MXWZ\Q[NWZQLMV\QÅKI\QWVX]ZXW[M[WVTaIVLKIVVW\JM considered as giving a precise account of the Lot’s true state. Thus, some imperfections and faults may not be accounted for in the Condition Report. As aforementioned, and in the absence of any contractual value of the Condition report, it is the Buyer’s sole duty to inspect in person the Lot in order be assured of its true condition and CA Ltd shall not be responsible for assertions within the Condition Report hereto. 1.6 Electricals )TTMTMK\ZQKITQ\MU[IZM[WTLI[[MMVIVL+)4\LW‫ٺ‬MZ[VWO]IZIV\MMI[\W the working condition of such items or their safety. 1\Q[\PM*]aMZ¼[L]\a\W\ISMVMKM[[IZa[\MX[\WJMI[[]ZML\PI\\PM4W\ is safe for normal use. 1.7 Estimates Estimates are based on various factors inherent to the situation of the market at the time of the sale, as well as considerations such as the condition, rarity, or quality of the item etc. Estimates are only indicative

and represent the opinion of CA Ltd. Estimates provided by CA Ltd cannot constitute a guarantee as to the value of the good. Subsequently, goods may sell at prices lower or higher than the provided estimates. 1.8 Reserves 5IVa4W\[IZMW‫ٺ‬MZML[]JRMK\\WIZM[MZ^M_PQKPQ[\PMKWVÅLMV\QIT minimum sale price. The reserve will never exceed the low estimate printed in the catalogue. CA Ltd may open the bidding on any Lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller, and may in their discretion continue to bid up to the reserve price. This can be achieved by bidding in response to other bidders or alternatively by placing consecutive bids. 1.9 Registration to the sale 6M_ JQLLMZ[ _QTT VMML \W ZMOQ[\MZ XZQWZ \W \PM [ITM 1\ Q[ [\ZWVOTa advised bidders register at least 24 hours before the sale. Registration thereafter shall be at the auctioneer’s entire discretion. 1V\MZVI\QWVITJQLLMZ[UIaJMZMY]QZML\WZMOQ[\MZ PW]Z[JMNWZM\PM sale and to submit bank details. A deposit may be requested prior to each sale. Failure to register shall result in the impossibility for the bidder to purchase a Lot. 1.10 Proof of identity Bidders not previously known to CA Ltd will be required to provide: Œ7‫ٻ‬KQITXZWWN WN QLMV\Q\aQV\PMNWZUWN IXI[[XWZ\WZXPW\WKIZL LZQ^QVOTQKMVKM6WW\PMZNWZU[WN 1,IZMIKKMX\IJTM Œ 8ZWWN  WN  ILLZM[[ WN  UIQV ZM[QLMVKM 7VTa W‫ٻ‬KQIT LWK]UMV\[ showing name and address will be accepted. • Both landline and mobile telephone numbers • A bank reference for foreign bidders may be requested Œ+WZXWZI\MKTQMV\[_QTTPI^M\WXZW^QLMIKMZ\QÅKI\MWN QVKWZXWZI\QWV XZQWZ\W\PMI]K\QWVITWVO_Q\P\PMZMXZM[MV\I\Q^M¼[1,QVIKKWZLIVKM with the abovementioned requirements for proof of identity. Any Bidder that does not match the provided identity for registration may not purchase during the sale. 2. DURING THE SALE 2.1 Attendance at auction Attending the auction in person is recommended. CA Ltd has the right in their absolute discretion to refuse participation QVIVaI]K\QWV\WZMRMK\IVaJQLIVL\WZMN][MILUQ[[QWV\W\PMXZMUQ[M[ Bidders are not obliged to be present in person at the auction. Absentee bidders shall be required to make necessary arrangements with CA Ltd prior to the sale. 2.2 Personal bidding Bidders attending the auction in person shall be required to collect a number plate prior to the sale. 2.3 Commission bids +) 4\L _QTT ][M ZMI[WVIJTM M‫ٺ‬WZ\[ \W KIZZa W]\ +WUUQ[[QWV JQL[ 51


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received by them prior to the sale for the convenience of clients who are not present at the auction in person. Execution of Commission bids is a free service provided to help clients and CA Ltd does not accept liability for any failure to execute a Commission bid or for errors and omissions in connection with it. +WUUQ[[QWVJQL[[PITTJMM`MK]\MLI\\PMTW_M[\XW[[QJTMXZQKM[]JRMK\ to competing bids and reserves. Although CA Ltd will endeavour to inform Buyers, it is the Buyer’s responsibility to check if they have been successful in purchasing a Lot. 1V\PMM^MV\WN U]T\QXTMKWUUQ[[QWV[I\\PM[IUMXZQKM\PMKWUUQ[[QWV set at the older date shall be taken into account.

hammer, and neither CA Ltd nor their agents shall be responsible for any loss or damage of any kind, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.

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2.5 Internet bids Some sales may be available to internet bidding, as well as personal I\\MVLIVKM1V\PQ[M^MV\+)4\L[PITTVW\JMPMTLZM[XWV[QJTMNWZQ[[]M[ I‫ٺ‬MK\QVOKWVVMK\QWV 2.6 Bidding on behalf of someone )*]aMZUIaJQLJaXZW`a1V\PQ[M^MV\XZWWN WN QLMV\Q\aWN JW\P\PM Buyer and the proxy must be communicated to CA Ltd prior to the sale. A copy of the mandate shall also be required. 2.7 Bidding on an item Bid incrementing is at the auctioneer’s entire discretion. 2.8 Video transmission For the purpose of the sale, Lots may be displayed on video during the I]K\QWV1V\PMM^MV\WN \ZIV[UQ[[QWVQ[[]M[+)4\L[PITTVW\JMPMTL responsible for any subsequent outcome. 2.9 Online-only auctions Some auctions may be available to bidders only through an online XTI\NWZU1V\PQ[M^MV\*]aMZ[PI^MILIaXMZQWLI\ZMKMX\QWVWN \PM Lot to withdraw from the sale, in accordance with EU Consumer Law. 2.10 Dispute resolution during the auction Any dispute shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion. Under no circumstances will a sale be cancelled after the fall of the hammer, except at the auctioneer’s entire discretion. 3. CONTRACT FORMATION AND EFFECTS 3.1 Contract of sale The contract of sale is between the Buyer and the Seller. The Buyer shall be the bidder at the highest price at the fall of the hammer. The sale is deemed complete once the auctioneer announces its completion by the fall of the hammer and the contract shall be binding thereafter between the Buyer and the Seller and CA Ltd. ?PMV I *]aMZ X]ZKPI[M[ U]T\QXTM 4W\[ MIKP 4W\ Q[ \PM []JRMK\ WN  I separate contract of sale. 3.2 Transfer of property Property of the goods shall pass to the Buyer only once CA Ltd has received full payment for the goods, this includes the price at the fall of the hammer as well as Buyer’s premium, relevant taxes, and costs in relation to shipping. 3.3 Transfer of risks Purchased Lots shall be at the Buyer’s risk in all respects from the fall of the 52

3.4 Cancellation of the sale At the fall of the hammer, the contract is formed between the Buyer and CA Ltd and is binding thereafter. Under no circumstances can the Buyer cancel the sale. CA Ltd may at its entire discretion, during or after the auction, cancel \PM[ITMWN \PM4W\WZZMW‫ٺ‬MZIVLZM[MTT\PM4W\QN Q\JMKWUM[I_IZMWN  any error or dispute of any nature, whether or not title has passed to the Buyer, and up to a period of 6 months after the said sale.

3.5 Returns and refunds CA Ltd will only issue a refund using the same method of payment originally used by the Buyer to pay for the purchase, or by bank transfer. The Buyer’s refund will be processed without undue delay and in any M^MV\_Q\PQVVWUWZM\PIV LIa[WN \PMLIa\PM*]aMZOI^M+)4\L notice of cancellation. 1N \PM*]aMZM`MZKQ[M[\PMQZZQOP\WN ZM\ZIK\QWV_PMVI]\PWZQ[ML\WLW[W by Law, CA Ltd shall proceed to issue a complete refund, comprising the hammer price of the Lot, buyer’s premium and shipping fees. However return fees shall remain at the expense of the Buyer. 4. AFTER THE SALE 4.1 Payment All purchased lots must be paid for on the day of the auction. Commission bids must be paid for no later than the day after the auction. Payment must be in cash, debit, credit card or bank transfer. Cheques are not accepted. +I[PXIaUMV\[[PITTVW\JMZMKMQ^IJTMNWZIUW]V\[W^MZÂZMOIZLTM[[ of the payment being for one or multiple Lots. Payments made by someone other than the registered Buyer shall not be accepted. Title will not pass to the Buyer until CA Ltd has received all amounts due to them in cleared funds even if the Lot has been released to the Buyer. 4.2 Buyer’s Premium The Buyer will pay CA Ltd a premium of 25% on the hammer price XT][>)<WV\PI\KWUUQ[[QWVWV\PMÅZ[\ŠIVL XT][>)< WV\PMJITIVKM\PMZMIN\MZ)*]aMZ¼[8ZMUQ]UWN ! XT][>)<Q[ charged on Wine & Spirits Lots. The VAT payable varies by symbol as below: No Symbol: The standard rate of VAT is charged on the premium under the Auctioneers Margin Scheme in accordance with Art. 333 WN -+;\IVLIZL=3>)<_QTTJMKPIZOMLWV\PMJ]aMZ[¼ premium and invoiced on an inclusive basis. †: Normal VAT rules apply and the standard rate of VAT will be charged on both hammer price and premium. *: These lots have been imported from outside the EU for sale and XTIKML]VLMZ\PM<MUXWZIZa)LUQ[[QWVZMOQUM1UXWZ\>)<Q[XIaIJTM I\ WV\PMPIUUMZXZQKM>)<I\ _QTTJMILLML\W\PMJ]aMZ¼[ premium but will not be shown separately on the invoice. 1V WZLMZ \W ZMKMQ^M I ZMN]VL WN  >)< IUW]V\[1UXWZ\ >)< I[ applicable) non-EU buyers must: *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


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4.4 Artist Resale Rights / Droit de Suite 4W\[UIZSML_Q\P»)::¼UIaJM[]JRMK\\WITM^a Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or to the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heir each time a work is resold during the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lifetime and up to I XMZQWL WN   aMIZ[ IN\MZ \PM IZ\Q[\¼[ LMI\P :WaIT\QM[ IZM KITK]TI\ML on a cumulative sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premium. The royalty does not apply to Lots [MTTQVO JMTW_ \PM [\MZTQVO MY]Q^ITMV\ WN  Ã&#x201A; IVL \PM UI`QU]U ZWaIT\aXIaIJTMWVIVa[QVOTM4W\Q[\PM[\MZTQVOMY]Q^ITMV\WN Ã&#x201A; Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows:

4.8 Shipping Any shipping costs that may arise subsequently to the sale shall be at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. Such costs may include but not limited to postage, import and export permits where required and any other licence necessary for goods to be shipped outside of the European Union. +)4\LLWM[VW\Wâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZQV[]ZIVKMNWZ[PQXXQVO0W_M^MZ+)4\LUIa arrange insurance upon the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s request and at the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expense. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible for any damages that may be incurred to goods prior to the fall of the hammer.

Â&#x152;.ZWU\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;.ZWUÃ&#x201A;\WÃ&#x201A;  Â&#x152;-`KMMLQVOÃ&#x201A;  4.5 Remedies for non-payment 1N \PM*]aMZNIQT[\WUISMN]TTXIaUMV\QVKTMIZMLN]VL[_Q\PQV\PM\QUM required as aforementioned, CA Ltd shall be entitled to exercise any one or more of the following rights or remedies additional to such other rights or remedies available: â&#x20AC;¢ To cancel the sale â&#x20AC;¢ To charge interest at 4% per annum above the base rate of Lloyds Bank Plc. â&#x20AC;¢ To resell the Lot on such terms by auction or otherwise entirely at CA Ltdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s discretion. The Buyer will be liable for all costs including legal fees incurred in the sale and will remain liable for any shortfall arising upon sale. Â&#x152;<WWâ&#x20AC;«[Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬M\IOIQV[\IVa[]U[_PQKP+)4\LUIaW_M\PM*]aMZ\PM outstanding sums unpaid by the said Buyer Â&#x152; ?PMZM \PM *]aMZ W_M[ []U[ \W +) 4\L QV ZM[XMK\ WN  LQâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬MZMV\ transactions, to discretionarily apply any sum paid by the Buyer for discharge of any owed sums. Â&#x152;<WZMN][MMV\Za\W\PM*]aMZI\IVaN]\]ZMI]K\QWVIVLWZZMRMK\ IVaN]\]ZMJQL[Ja\PM*]aMZIVLWZ[MMSILMXW[Q\NZWU\PM*]aMZ entirely in the discretion of CA Ltd. â&#x20AC;¢ To exercise a lien over the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property in the possession of CA Ltd as collateral for any outstanding sums owed and to exercise all the rights and remedies of a person holding security over any

4.9 Loss or Damage CA Ltd does not accept liability for loss or damage occurring to Lots after \PM[ITM+)4\L_QTT][MZMI[WVIJTMMâ&#x20AC;«Ùºâ&#x20AC;¬WZ\[_PMVPIVLTQVOXIKSQVOIVL shipping of Lots purchased, but shall not be responsible for any loss or damages that may occur whilst the said Lot is in any third partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s care. 4.10 Cultural Goods import and export restrictions +]T\]ZITOWWL[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\IVLM`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[=VLMZ EU Regulations related to the trade of cultural goods, export licences may be required for export outside of the European Union if the itemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ^IT]MM`KMML[\PM-=\PZM[PWTL=VLMZ=34I_ITQKMVKMUIaIT[WJM required for intra-EU trade. Licenses are issued by Arts Council England and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to WJ\IQV\PMU;WUMKW]V\ZQM[ZM[\ZQK\\PMQUXWZ\WN [XMKQÃ&#x2026;KK]T\]ZITOWWL[ For example, the United States prohibits the import of pre-Columbian monumental or architectural sculpture or murals, as well as any cultural OWWL[QVXZW^MVIVKMNZWU[WUMKW]V\ZQM[[]JRMK\\WIZUMLKWVÃ&#x2020;QK\[ The Buyer must verify local legislation prior to the sale in order to be assured that import or export is possible. 4.11 CITES import and export restrictions +MZ\IQVMVLIVOMZML[XMKQM[IZMTQ[\MLQV\PM+1<-;+WV^MV\QWV4Q[\ML [XMKQUMV[IVLIVaXIZ\[WZXZWL]K\[\PMZMWN IZM[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IV export permit when leaving the European Union. )XXMVLQ`1[XMKQM[IZMIT[W[]JRMK\\WQ[[]IVKMWN IXZQWZQUXWZ\XMZUQ\ from the country in which the goods are to be imported. Such permits are necessary before applying for export permits and it is the Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s duty to initiate the proceedings with the relevant authority. The Buyer must be aware that certain countries prohibit the import of some species or any parts or products derived thereof. For example, the United States prohibit all import of African elephant ivory, and any item 53


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containing parts that may merely resemble African elephant ivory must be accompanied by relevant documentation stating it is not the latter. ?WZSML Q\MU[ \PI\ IZM LI\ML JMNWZM ! IZM M`MUX\ NZWU QUXWZ\ restrictions for intra-EU trade and shall not require export licences. Please be aware that all Lots marked with the symbol ƀIZM[]JRMK\ \W+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[ 4.12 Limitation of liability regarding CITES export licenses Where licences are required for importing or exporting outside of the European Union, it is the Buyer’s duty to obtain them. CA Ltd cannot be held responsible if the Buyer’s application for an export permit is unsuccessful. Subsequently, in the event of failure thereof, CA Ltd shall not permit cancellation or rescission of the sale. 4.13 Warranties CA Ltd does not provide the Buyer with warranties relating to any Lot, unless required by Law. 4.14 Authenticity warranty 1V \PM M^MV\ WN  I 4W\ JMQVO [WTL I[ I]\PMV\QK ]VLMZ \PM KI\ITWO]M description and the Buyer provides evidence in the form of a written report by a recognised expert or test results that the said Lot is not, CA Ltd will refund the purchase price. <PM*]aMZ[PITTOQ^MVW\QKM\W+)4\L_Q\PQV LIa[NZWUSVW_TMLOM or any event giving reasons for suspecting that the item is not authentic, and within one year of the said sale. Any claim thereafter shall not be receivable. For the purposes of the present paragraph, authenticity shall JMLMÅVMLI[\PM[\I\MWN I4W\\PI\Q[OMV]QVMIVLVW\INWZOMZaWZIKWXa 5. ANTIQUITIES AND TRIBAL ART 5.1 Import and export restrictions and regulations )ZKPIMWTWOQKITOWWL[W^MZaMIZ[WN IOM]VTM[[KW^MZMLJaM`MUX\QWV WN TQUQ\ML[KQMV\QÅKQV\MZM[\_QTTZMY]QZMIV-=4QKMVKMNWZM`XWZ\\WI third country, regardless of their value. 1\ Q[ ZMKWUUMVLML \PI\ \PM *]aMZ KWV\IK\ \PM -`XWZ\ 4QKMV[QVO =VQ\ at Arts Council England in order to be assured the good is or not of TQUQ\MLIZKPIMWTWOQKITWZ[KQMV\QÅKQV\MZM[\ )ZKPIMWTWOQKIT OWWL[ NW]VL WV =VQ\ML3QVOLWU [WQT WZ QV =3 \MZZQ\WZQIT _I\MZ[ W^MZ  aMIZ[ WN  IOM [PITT ZMY]QZM I =3 4QKMVKM regardless of their value and regardless of the export destination. 7\PMZIZKPIMWTWOQKITWJRMK\[ZMOIZLTM[[WN \PMQZWZQOQV_QTTZMY]QZMIV 1VLQ^QL]IT4QKMVKMWZ7/-4LMXMVLQVOWV\PMQZ^IT]M *W\P-]ZWXMIV=VQWVIVL=34QKMVKM[UIaJMZMY]QZML[QU]T\IVMW][Ta NWZ[WUMQ\MU[1\Q[\PM*]aMZ¼[L]\a\W]VLMZ\ISM\PMVMKM[[IZa[\MX[ CA Ltd cannot be held responsible and the sale cannot be cancelled in the event of failure to obtain the relevant licences. 6. JEWELLERY 6.1 Gemstone treatment and estimates Many gemstones on the market have been treated so as to augment their appearance, in a reversible or permanent manner. Treatments under the present section may be but not limited to: • Heat treatment to enhance sapphires and rubies’ clarity and colour Œ7QTIVLZM[QV\ZMI\UMV\[NWZMUMZITL[IXXTQMLQVLQ‫ٺ‬MZMV\_Ia[\W enhance clarity of the stone • Staining Œ1ZZILQI\QWV • Coating Estimates provided by CA Ltd are deemed to be based on the fact that the OMU[\WVMUIaPI^MJMMV[]JRMK\\WIVa\aXMWN \ZMI\UMV\QV\PMXI[\+) Ltd shall not be responsible in the absence of mention thereof. 54

) KMZ\QÅKI\M UIa JM Q[[]ML Ja I TIJWZI\WZa XZW^QLQVO _Q\P LM\IQTML information on the condition of the gemstone and any treatment applied \PMZM\W<PM*]aMZU][\JMI_IZM\PI\LQ‫ٺ‬MZMV\TIJWZI\WZQM[PI^MLQ‫ٺ‬MZMV\ approaches as to the degree or type of treatment for a particular gemstone. 1N  I KMZ\QÅKI\M IKKWUXIVQM[ \PM 4W\ \PM *]aMZ U][\ JM I_IZM \PI\ Q\ Q[ merely a statement of the laboratory’s opinion and in no way can CA Ltd JMPMTLZM[XWV[QJTMNWZIVaUMV\QWV[\PMZMQV;]KPKMZ\QÅKI\M[IZMLMMUML to be delivered with the Lot for informative purposes only. 6.2 Estimated weights 1N I[\WVM¼[M`IK\_MQOP\IXXMIZ[_Q\PQV\PMJWLaWN \PMLM[KZQX\QWV\PM [\WVMPI[JMMV]VUW]V\MLIVL_MQOPMLJa+)4\L1N \PM_MQOP\WN  a stone is stated to be approximate, the stone has been assessed by CA 4\L_Q\PQVQ\[[M\\QVOIVL\PMLMÅVML_MQOP\Q[I[\I\MUMV\WN WXQVQWV only. This information is given as a guide and bidders should satisfy themselves with regard to this information as to its accuracy. 6.3 Signatures ‘A diamond ring, by X’: When the maker’s name appears in the title, in Chiswick Auctions’ opinion the piece is by that maker. ‘A diamond ring, signed X’: Has a signature that, in Chiswick Auctions’ opinion, is authentic but may contain gemstones that are not original, or the piece may have been altered. ‘A diamond ring, mounted by X’: Has been created by the RM_MTTMZ QV +PQ[_QKS )]K\QWV[¼ WXQVQWV J]\ ][QVO [\WVM[ WZ LM[QOV[ supplied by the client. ‘Maker’s mark for X’: Has a maker’s mark which in Chiswick Auctions’ opinion is authentic. Some items may include parts or products derived from endangered [XMKQM[[]KPI[Q^WZaWZKWZIT;]KPQ\MU[UIaJM[]JRMK\\WQUXWZ\WZ M`XWZ\ZM[\ZQK\QWV[;MM[MK\QWVWV+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[NWZUWZMLM\IQT[ 7. CLOCKS AND WATCHES All Lots are sold as seen. Clocks and watches are therefore not deemed to be sold in working condition. Absence of reference thereof in the description does not imply that the Lot is in good condition and _Q\PW]\LMNMK\[WZPI[JMMV[]JRMK\\WZMXIQZWZZM[\WZI\QWV CA Ltd makes no representation or warranty that any clock or watch Q[ QV _WZSQVO WZLMZ )[ KTWKS[ IVL _I\KPM[ WN\MV KWV\IQV ÅVM IVL complex mechanisms, bidders should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Most clocks and watches are likely to have been repaired in the past, and as a result may include parts that are not original thereto. The United-States restrict the importation of watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller or Corum. Such models can only be imported personally by the Buyer and CA Ltd cannot assist with shipping thereof. Some watches may include leather straps derived from endangered species. Buyers may be required to obtain appropriate permits for QUXWZ\WZM`XWZ\X]ZXW[M[QVIKKWZLIVKM_Q\P+1<-;ZMO]TI\QWV[ CA Ltd acts in compliance with such legislations and shall take necessary steps where required. Subsequently, watches may be deemed sold without their straps. 8. FURNITURE 8.1 Upholstered furniture after 1950 According to The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations !  N]ZVQ\]ZM \PI\ _I[ ]XPWT[\MZML IN\MZ \PM [\ WN  2IV]IZa ! Q[ []JRMK\\WZM[\ZQK\QWV[QV\PM=VQ\ML3QVOLWU Exempt upholstered furniture that does not meet such requirements is deemed sold for purely aesthetic purposes.CA Ltd shall not be ZM[XWV[QJTMNWZTI\MZIT\MZI\QWV[\W\PMN]ZVQ\]ZMUISQVOQ\]VÅ\NWZ[ITM *See inside front cover for information regarding fees


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9. GLOSSARY OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Any Statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. The Company reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. 1 JMW Turner: 1VW]ZWXQVQWVI_WZSJa\PMIZ\Q[\?PMV\PMIZ\Q[\¼[ forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. 2 Attributed to JMW Turner:1VW]ZWXQVQWVXZWJIJTaI_WZSJa\PM artist, but less certainly as to the authorship expressed than in the preceding category. 3 Studio of JMW Turner: 1V W]Z WXQVQWV XZWJIJTa I _WZS Ja IV unknown hand in the studio of the artist, which may or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction. 4 Circle of JMW Turner:1VW]ZWXQVQWVI_WZSJaIVI[aM\]VQLMV\QÅML but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist and of the period, but not necessarily his pupil. 5 Style of…; Follower of JMW Turner: 1VW]ZWXQVQWVI_WZSJaI painter working in the artist’s style, but not necessarily his pupil. 6 Manner of JMW Turner: 1VW]ZWXQVQWVI_WZSQV\PM[\aTMWN \PM artist and of a later date. 7 After JMW Turner: 1VW]ZWXQVQWVIKWXaWN IVaLI\MWN ISVW_V work of the artist. 8 <PM\MZU»[QOVML¼IVLWZ»LI\ML¼IVLWZ»QV[KZQJML¼UMIV[\PI\QVW]Z WXQVQWV\PM[QOVI\]ZMIVLWZLI\MIVLWZQV[KZQX\QWVIZMNZWU\PMPIVL of the artist. 9 <PM\MZU»_Q\P[QOVI\]ZM¼IVLWZ»_Q\PLI\M¼IVLWZ»_Q\PQV[KZQX\QWV¼ UMIV[ \PI\ QV W]Z WXQVQWV \PM [QOVI\]ZM IVLWZ LI\M IVLWZ QV[KZQX\QWV have been added by another hand than that of the artist. 10 Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.

blanks, half titles or advertisements, to un-named books or to books sold under the heading of ‘binding’ or ‘bindings’. 12. WINES AND SPIRITS 1VIKKWZLIVKM_Q\PIOZMML[\IVLIZL[QV\PM\ZILMM[\QUI\M[[PITTJM LMMUML\WPI^M\ISMVQV\WIKKW]V\\PMÅTTTM^MT For the purposes of the present Terms and Conditions, the ‘Fill Level’ refers to the space between the base of the cork and the liquid in the bottle. Fill levels may vary with age or depending on the condition of the wine or spirit. Lack of mention thereof in the description is not a representation of IV»IKKMX\IJTM¼ÅTTTM^MTNZWU+)4\L CA Ltd offers no guarantee as to suitability for drinking of the wine or spirit. The Buyer must be aware of the risk that the taste of a wine or spirit may be altered due to factors such as age, storage conditions, oxidation, etc. 13. COPYRIGHT CA Ltd shall own the copyright on all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for CA Ltd relating to a Lot, including catalogue contents. Such copyright shall remain at all times the property of CA Ltd. Neither the Buyer nor anyone else shall use the abovementioned materials without the prior written consent of CA Ltd. ;WUM 4W\[ UIa JM []JRMK\ \W KWXaZQOP\ XZW\MK\QWV +) 4\L LWM[ VW\ guarantee said Lots are free thereof. 14. DATA PROTECTION The Buyer agrees that personal information transmitted to CA Ltd may be disclosed exclusively for the purposes of business, or as required by Law. CA Ltd shall not use personal information for any other purpose without the Buyer’s prior consent. CA Ltd never sell, lend or trade in personal data provided by any Bidder.

10. ASIAN ARTS

15. SEVERABILITY

10.1 Import and export restrictions ?PMVLMITQVO_Q\P)[QIV)Z\[IVLUWZM[XMKQÅKITTa_Q\PQ\MU[UILMWN  exotic wood (e.g. all species of rosewood) or elephant ivory, the Buyer must JM I_IZM WN  QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ ZM[\ZQK\QWV[ QV IKKWZLIVKM _Q\P +1<-; Regulations. As aforementioned in the Section relating to such matters, QUXWZ\ IVL M`XWZ\ XMZUQ\[ WZ ZMM`XWZ\ KMZ\QÅKI\M[ UIa JM ZMY]QZML >MZQÅKI\QWVTM\\MZ[_QTTJMZMY]QZMLNWZZMM`XWZ\WN _WZSMLZPQVWKMZW[Q\MU[

Whenever and to the extent that any provisions of these terms would or might contravene the provision of any relevant legislation, []KP XZW^Q[QWV Q[ \W \ISM M‫ٺ‬MK\ WVTa QV [W NIZ I[ Q\ UIa LW [W without contravening such legislation and the legality, validity and enforceability of any of the remaining provisions are not in any way \WJMI‫ٺ‬MK\MLWZQUXIQZMLI[IZM[]T\ 16. AMENDMENTS

10.2 Fine Chinese Paintings +]ZZMV\ [KPWTIZ[PQX QV \PM ÅMTL WN  +PQVM[M 8IQV\QVO[ IVL +ITTQOZIXPa LWM[VW\XMZUQ\]VY]ITQÅML[\I\MUMV\[I[\W\PMI]\PWZ[PQXWZLI\MWN  execution. The limited right of rescission contained in the present terms and conditions does not apply to Chinese paintings. 6W\_Q\P[\IVLQVO QN  _Q\PQV   LIa[ WN  \PM [ITM WN  IVa []KP 4W\ \PM original purchaser gives written notice to CA Ltd that the Lot is a forgery and within fourteen days after giving such notice, the original purchaser returns the lot to us in the same condition as at the time of sale and demonstrates to our satisfaction that the lot is a forgery, CA Ltd will rescind the sale and refund the purchase price received. For this purpose, I»NWZOMZa¼Q[LMÅVMLI[I_WZSKZMI\ML_Q\P\PMQV\MV\\WLMKMQ^M 11. BOOKS AND MANUSCRIPTS *WWS[IVLUIV][KZQX\[[WTLI[QVKWUXTM\MIZMVW\[]JRMK\\WZM\]ZV[ Printed books may be returned for a full refund only if they prove to be defective in text or illustration. This shall not apply to the absence of

The current Terms and Conditions may be amended, verbally or in writing, prior to the sale. 17. LAW AND JURISDICTION The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale and the conduct of the auction and any matters related to any of the foregoing shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the Law of England and Wales. .WZ\PMJMVMÅ\WN +)4\LITTJQLLMZ[IVL[MTTMZ[IOZMM\PI\\PM+W]Z\[WN  -VOTIVLIZM\WPI^MM`KT][Q^MR]ZQ[LQK\QWV\W[M\\TMITTLQ[X]\M[IZQ[QVOQV connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale and Authorship warranty relate or apply. All parties agree that CA Ltd shall retain the right to bring proceedings in any court other than the Courts of England.

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SPECIALISTS

ANTIQUITIES & TRIBAL ART Alice King, Head of Department alice.king@chiswickauctions.co.uk

JEWELLERY Sarah Duncan, Head of Department sarah@chiswickauctions.co.uk

ARMS, ARMOUR & MILITARIA Matt Easton, Specialist matt.easton@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Inez Flynn, Specialist QVMbÆaVV(KPQ[_QKSI]K\QWV[KW]S

ASIAN ART Lazarus Halstead, Head of Department lazarus@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Lissa Holmes, Specialist lissa.holmes@chiswickauctions.co.uk PHOTOGRAPHICA

Austin Farahar, Specialist Yasuko Kido, Japanese Art Specialist yasuko@chiswickauctions.co.uk CERAMICS & GLASS Dr. Jim Peake, Head of Department jim@chiswickauctions.co.uk

austin.farahar@chiswickauctions.co.uk BOOKS & WORKS ON PAPER

Clive Moss, Head of Department clive.moss@chiswickauctions.co.uk

CONTEMPORARY & URBAN ART Harry Parkinson, Sales Coordinator harry@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Dr. Carmen Donia, Specialist

DESIGNER & INTERIORS Liz Winnicott, Head of Department liz.winnicott@chiswickauctions.co.uk

valentina.borghi@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Toby Roberts, General Valuer toby.roberts@chiswickauctions.co.uk DESIGNER HANDBAGS & FASHION Meg Randell, Head of Department meg@chiswickauctions.co.uk EUROPEAN WORKS OF ART & CLOCKS Rachael Osborn-Howard, Head of Department rachael@chiswickauctions.co.uk FINE ART Adrian Biddell, Head of Department adrian.biddell@chiswickaucions.co.uk

carmen.donia@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Valentina Borghi, Head of Sales - Autographs & Memorabilia

RUGS & CARPETS Mark Henry Lampé, Head of Department mark.lampe@chiswickauctions.co.uk SILVER & OBJECTS OF VERTU John Rogers, Head of Department john.rogers@chiswickauctions.co.uk WATCHES Matthew Caddick, Head of Department matt@chiswickauctions.co.uk Tomas Aznar, Specialist tomas.aznar@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Suzanne Zack, Head of Sales - British and European Fine Art suzanne@chiswickaucions.co.uk Krassi Kuneva, Head of Sales - Modern & Post-War British Art kkuneva@chiswickauctions.co.uk Melissa Van Vliet, Head of Sales - Old Masters melissa.vanvliet@chiswickauctions.co.uk ISLAMIC & INDIAN ART Beatrice Campi, Head of Sales beatrice.campi@chiswickauctions.co.uk

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SALE CALENDAR

FEBRUARY

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WEDNESDAY Designer Handbags & Fashion

Sarah Duncan GD

Lissa Holmes FGA

Head of Department Jewellery sarah.duncan@chiswickauctions.co.uk

Specialist Jewellery lissa.holmes@chiswickauctions.co.uk

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TUESDAY Asian Art

20

WEDNESDAY Design & Interiors

27

WEDNESDAY Rare Books & Works on Paper

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THURSDAY Autographs & Memorabilia

Inez Flynn FGA

MARCH

Specialist Jewellery QVMbÆaVV(KPQ[_QKSI]K\QWV[KW]S

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TUESDAY Silver & Objects of Vertu Wine & Spirits

BUYER’S PREMIUM The buyer shall pay Chiswick Auctions Ltd a premium on the hammer price of 25% plus VAT on that commission. TELEPHONE BIDDING Please note that requests for telephone bids should be submitted no later than 5pm on the day prior to the sale.

LIVE BIDDING

the-saleroom.com Please note there is a 4.95% +VAT surcharge for using this service.

COLLECTION OF LOTS Buyers are asked to collect their lots on the day of the sale or between 10.00 and 18.00 up until close of business on Friday following the sale. IMPORTANT INFORMATION

invaluable.co.uk Please note there is a 5% +VAT surcharge for using this service.

ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHT/DROIT DE SUITE

Lots marked with ARR indicates that an additional levy may apply for this lot. Please see our Terms & Conditions for more information.

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WEDNESDAY British & European Fine Art including Portrait Miniatures

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TUESDAY Contemporary Art Urban Art

The next Jewellery auction will held on the 14th of May 2019. Entries now invited.


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