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EDINBURGH Fine Jewellery and Silver

Tuesday 30th November 2010 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Fine Jewellery and Silver to include The Kate Whiteman Collection of Jewellery Jewellery from a descendant of Frances Farquharson of Invercauld Tuesday 30th November 2010 at 11am

Sale Number LT301

Jewellery Trade Viewing London 11-12 Pall Mall SW1Y 5LU Wednesday 17th November Strictly by appointment only Viewing Edinburgh 33 Broughton Place, EH1 3RR Friday 26th November 10am – 5pm Saturday 27th November 10am - 4pm Sunday 28th November 2pm - 5pm Monday 29th November 10am - 5pm Tuesday 30th November sale day from 9am Specialists Trevor Kyle Colin Fraser

Catalogue: £12 BUYERS’ PREMIUM 25% up to £25,000 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. *17.5% VAT chargeable on the lot itself †5% import VAT on the lot §Droit de Suite (artists’ resale rights) applies (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale and Information for Buyers).

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Order of Sale

Lot Numbers

TUESDAY 30TH NOVEMBER at 11am 1-24

ANTIQUE JEWELLERY

25-36

GENTLEMEN’S JEWLLERY & SEALS

37-42A

FRANCES FARQUHARSON OF INVERCAULE JEWELLERY

43-79

DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY

80-156

KATE WHITEMAN JEWELLERY

157-195

JEWELLERY, OTHER PROPERTIES

196-209

NAMED JEWELLERY & WATCHES

220-226

PLATED WARES

227-234

EUROPEAN SILVER

235-239

ORIENTAL SILVER

250-270

MASONIC & CONSTABULARY

271-275

HORSE RACING & FOOTBALL

276-288

COLLECTABLES

289-296A

MODERN SILVER

297-307

CANTEENS, CUTLERY & OTHER FLATWARE

308-325

SCOTTISH SILVER INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PHOENIX COLLECTION

326-329

ST. PAUL’S CHURCH OF SCOTLAND SILVER

330-332

IRISH SILVER

333-362

ANTIQUE ENGLISH SILVER

INTERNET SERVICE: For colour illustrations of all lots in this sale please consult our website at www.lyonandturnbull.com

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ANTIQUE JEWELLERY 1 EAC90/17 A large Victorian amethyst brooch unmarked, the circular amethyst claw set and supported on a finely pierced gallery with rope twist edge; an oval amethyst brooch with border of pearls in rubover mounts, ball spacers; a Victorian bar brooch with three amethyst coloured stones and a small diamond set bar brooch (4) Amethyst 26mm diameter

£300-400 2 EAC205/2 A group of turquoise set jewellery to include an Edwardian diamond and turquoise set brooch of scrolling form; a pair of earstuds of domed form set small turquoises; a Victorian brooch of cross form with central dome set central diamond and surround of turquoises and turquoise outer border; a small brooch set shaped turquoises in a lozenge shape (5) £250-350 3 EAC202/6 An Edwardian moss agate set bracelet composed of claw set oval cut moss agate cabochons and pierced foliate scroll form links, with concealed clasp and safety chain Length 18.5cm

£120-180

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4 EAC205/4 A sapphire and diamond ring the shaped oval sapphires set in a cross formation with three diamonds, pierced gallery, 18ct gold shank; together with a ruby dress ring; a small pearl set bar brooch; a Victorian paste garnet brooch of scrolling form; and a late 19th century panel brooch set double border of pastes surrounding a blue paste (5) £200-300 5 EAA377/4 An 18ct gold demi hunter pocket watch the outer cover with enamel Arabic numerals, engraved monogram to the rear, keyless wind, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, three quarter plate lever movement inscribed ‘R Stewart Glasgow’ 42mm diameter

£800-1,000 6 EAC90/18 A Continental gold cased fob watch keyless wind, demi-hunter, plain case, with a fob of a gold mounted glass ball locket and albert £180-250

7 EAC14/4 A gentleman’s gold wrist watch the cream circular dial with gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial with baton numerals, fitted to a black leather strap Diameter of watch head 3.3cm

£250-400 8 EAA573/1 An Asprey 9ct gold cigarette case with typical slide action and all over engine decoration 173.8g

£1,000-1,500 9 EAA445/3 Two 9ct gold bracelets to include a rose gold fancy curb link bracelet, with padlock form clasp and another rose gold curb link bracelet with padlock form clasp, suspending seven assorted charms including a pendant mounted sovereign dated 1908 (2) Lengths 20cm and 19cm, 66.4g total

£400-600 10 EAA596/28 An antique intaglio set ring the hexagon shaped intaglio incised with a bird with outstretched wings, with foliate scroll decoration to the closed back setting and shank Intaglio 1.5cm x 1.55cm

£300-500

11 EAC4/2 A group of jewellery to include a baguette cut diamond set bracelet composed of slim oval and cross form links, clasp stamped 14K; a 9ct gold flattened curb link necklace; an 18ct white gold mounted five-stone moissanite set ring; together with a graduated cultured pearl necklace, with lozenge shaped marcasite and cultured pearl set clasp, stamped 925 (4) Lengths: 18.5cm; 55cm; 76cm, chain 14.6g

£300-500 12 EAC103/3 A collection of items to include a sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central corner claw set trap cut sapphire, within a canted rectangular surround set with single cut diamonds, shank stamped 18ct; a 9ct gold mounted oval cut citrine set ring, with ropetwisted borders; a large synthetic sapphire and diamond cluster ring, setting stamped Au 10K; together with a pair of synthetic ruby and colourless gem set cluster earrings, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped 18K (4) £500-800


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13 EY336/1 A 19th century gold mounted Roman micro mosaic demi parure the necklace composed of ten graduated oval panels with micro mosaic decoration classical Roman buildings blue borders and joined by fine trace link chains, together with a pair of graduated drop earrings each of two panels Largest panel 32mm x 27mm

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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14 EAA329/2 An Edwardian multi-gem set pendant in the Indian style, claw set to the centre with an oval cut ruby, within a border of old mine cut diamonds, fringed by seven off-round pearls, the oval cluster surmounted by a collet set oval cut emerald cabochon, beneath a floral cluster composed of an old mine cut diamond within a surround of five oval cut rubies, with three graduated old mine cut diamonds to the detachable bale, the whole suspended from a fine belcher link chain, contained in a tooled red leather fitted case stamped ROBERT SCOTT ... GLASGOW ... Lengths: pendant (including bale) 4.5cm; chain 40cm

£1,500-2,500 15 EAA596/1 A Victorian gold chain composed of hollow pierced rectangular links, interspersed by knotted and star decorated fancy links, the clasp designed as a lady’s hand wearing a gem set ring Length 64.5cm, 39.7g

£1,600-1,800

16 EAA596/17 NAUTICAL INTEREST - an Edwardian 9ct gold enamelled bracelet by Benzie of Cowes, composed of graduated links, decorated with polychrome enamel, depicting the full International Code of Signals including both alphabet flags and numeral pennants, with square clasp and safety clip Length 20.5cm, 19.5g

£600-800 17 EAA566/3 NAUTICAL INTEREST - an Edwardian 15ct gold mounted reverse painted crystal intaglio bracelet by Benzie of Cowes, composed of fine curb form links, interspersed by five circular reverse crystal intaglios depicting assorted pennants, with concealed clasp and safety clip Length 19cm, 21.6g total

£1,000-1,500 18 EAC90/19 A group of three rings all unmarked; the first pearl set in a rubover setting each in a disc setting and split; together with a band with applied small balls within rope twist detail and edge; the other band with applied Greek letters £250-350

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19 EAC202/5 A Victorian 18ct gold diamond set bangle of hinged design, the front claw set to the centre with an old European cut diamond, flanked to either side by a cluster of three smaller similarly cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with three rose cut diamonds, contained in a fitted case stamped MUIRHEAD & ARTHUR ... GLASGOW ... Diameter 5.7cm, estimated principal diamond weight 0.96cts

£1,000-1,500 20 EAA371/1 An Edwardian 9ct gold mounted reverse painted crystal intaglio brooch the plain slim bar applied to the centre with a circular reverse painted crystal intaglio brooch, depicting a bird on a branch, within ropewtwisted borders Width 4.3cm

£250-400


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21 EAA596/24 A Victorian 18ct gold mounted diamond five-stone ring claw set with graduated old European cut diamonds, interspersed by pairs of rose cut diamonds, with scroll pierced gallery to the setting Estimated total diamond weight 2.50cts

£3,000-5,000

24 EY158/92 Four pairs of gem set pendant earrings to include a pair of 9ct gold mounted earrings, each suspending three graduated faceted spherical beads, including amethyst and citrine; another pair each set with four graduated circular cut moonstone cabochons; also a pair each set with an oval cut turquoise cabochon, suspending an ovoid cut turquoise cabochon, each pair with screw turned backs; a pair of Victorian domed ear studs, set pear shaped turquoises and central red gemstone, also a spare earring fitting (Qty)

22 EAA217/12 A late Victorian diamond cluster ring with central asymmetric pointed oval cluster, set with borders of graduated old European, single and rose cut diamonds, flanked by scroll shoulders

Lengths: 4.5cm; 2.3cm and 2.8cm

Length of central cluster 2.7cm

£150-250

£2,000-3,000 23 EAA566/5 An Edwardian rose gold mounted hardstone cameo set ring the large oval cameo carved with a classical portrait profile, within a ropetwisted border, with foliate motifs to the shoulders of the shank Length of front 3cm

£350-400

26 EAA596/31 An 18ct gold and platinum mounted gentleman’s dress set comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two studs, each with octagonal terminals, applied to the centre with a seed pearl to a mother of pearl ground, within ribbon-tied reeded borders, contained in a fitted case stamped MAPPIN & WEBB ... LONDON ... £500-800 27 EAA596/29 A pair of early 20th century commemorative cufflinks with oval terminals, fronts cast with a royal portrait profile and inscribed KING EDWARD VIII CROWNED 1937, the backs initialled in script ER VIII beneath a crown, terminals conjoined by belcher form links

GENTLEMEN’S JEWELLERY AND SEALS

Length of terminals 1.8cm

25 EAA596/30 A pair of Edwardian reverse painted crystal intaglio set cufflinks the oval terminals depicting game birds, with rose coloured closed back settings, conjoined by slim rectangular links

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Length of terminals 2.2cm

£1,000-1,500

£250-400

29 EAA596/22 An Edwardian 9ct white gold mounted onyx and diamond gentleman’s dress set comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two studs, each with canted square terminal millegrain box set to the centre with a single cut diamond to an onyx surround, contained in a tooled grey leather fitted case, stamped W. CANEY & SONS ... £600-900

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30 EAA596/6 A gem encrusted desk seal the baluster handle all over set with garnets, the simple rounded square bloodstone matrix with intaglio armorial 5.6cm high, matrix 1.9cm x 1.8cm

£500-700

32 LB387/57 Two Georgian gold mount fob seals a large rectangular bloodstone matrix with motto and scene in simple collar mount and with foliate suspension; together with an oval matrix example with coat of arms in simple mount with loop suspensions (2)

31 EY158/97 A group of three Victorian fob seals one with foil backed intaglio, engraved thistle and ‘Dinna Forget’ another with plain foil backed intaglio; another with engraved intaglio of a ship and text, all chased yellow metal and on a chased early 19th century split ring

33 EAA596/10 A Continental figural carved ivory desk seal the carved ivory handle formed as a gentleman’s bust, above foliate details to the seal with blank matrix

£300-500

10cm high

£300-500

£500-700

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34 EZ325/33 A good early 19th century fob seal the bi-coloured yellow metal mounts well chased with floral detail, the intaglio engraved with reclining Britannia style figure holding a monogram, together with a table seal, the red agate handle of faceted bulbous form yellow metal ribbed mount with engraved intaglio in bloodstone Table seal, 68mm long, fob seal 32mm x 27mm

£300-500

35 EAA596/2 A gentleman’s 9ct gold and platinum mounted dress set comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two studs, each terminal millegrain collet set to the centre with an old European cut diamond, to a mother of pearl ground, within a petal shaped surround, contained in a fitted case stamped LAWSON & SON LTD ... BRIGHTON ... £700-800


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36 An Edwardian gold, diamond set and enamelled Scottish Rite ring of broad form, set to the top with double headed eagle set with an oval diamond, the shank with enamel work decoration of crosses, skull, cross bones and other masonic symbols, engraved to the inside with verse 13mm deep

ÂŁ500-700

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Frances Farquharson of Invercauld

Frances Lovell Oldham was born in Seattle, and was a direct descendant of George Washington's sister but more about that later. Before the war she was an editor at Harper's Bazaar and came to the UK to be fashion editor of Vogue. She married The Hon James Rodney and later married Captain Charles Gordon. Frances then married Captain Alwyne Farquharson of Invercauld Frances Farquharson was well-known for the innovative outfits she wore to the annual Braemar Gatherings and was one of the first people to understand the design potential of tweed, and she also had a passion for tartan. In the 1950's Frances Farquharson of Invercauld put her very personal stamp on Braemar Castle; upgrading the soft furnishings, decorating many rooms in her favourite shades of pink and yellow that was inspired by her great friend, the surrealist designer Elsa Schiaparelli. So many requests were received to see round the Castle that in the 1960's, Captain Alwyne and Mrs Farquharson decided to open Braemar to the public for the first time. The Castle remained open as an important visitor attraction for the district until 2004. Her entire wardrobe, from pre-war Parisian shoes and evening dresses to the flamboyant tweeds she wore in Scotland, was donated to Aberdeen Art Gallery. Some of

needed to be that bit bigger to be seen against the tweed

her Schiaparelli hats are at the National Museum of

and tartan outfits.

Scotland in Edinburgh. Her flair for design combines traditional tweed fabric with original, stylish design from the 1950's-1960's as can be seen in the photograph of the couple outside Braemar.

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The family connection with George Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis, is interesting as a large silver serving dish made in Philadelphia belonging to Washington's sister has been passed down the female

The jewellery offered here accentuates her taste for

family line and will now be offered for sale by the last

Scotland and the large 'Cairngorm' stones so often used in

female descendant of the family in the spring. This

Scottish jewellery. The large bangle and ring were believed

important piece of Americana is of interest from not only

to have been designed and made by Jamieson & Carry of

the Washington connection but also the large size makes it

Aberdeen; a firm that can trace their roots back over two

an important piece of provincial American silver. It is

hundred years. As her outfits were flamboyant, the jewellery

currently being researched for sale.


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37 EAA390/8 A 1960’s gem set bangle of hinged design, claw set to the front with a large octagonal cut citrine, flanked to either side by a large fancy circular cut smoky quartz, with scroll pierced gallery, contained in a tan leather and velvet lined fitted case Diameter 5.7cm, width of front 4cm, estimated approximate weights: citrine 220.00cts; smoky quartz 178.00cts total

£800-1,200

38 EAA390/5 A citrine and ruby set cocktail ring corner claw set to the centre with a large trap cut citrine, of a strong golden yellow hue, flanked to either side by channel set borders of calibre cut rubies Length of ring to front 2.8cm, estimated citrine weight: 59.00cts approximately

£200-300

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39 EAA390/3 A 9ct rose gold bracelet suspending three large swivel fobs the bracelet composed of curb form links, with hinged circular clasp and safety chain, suspending a large 9ct gold mounted faceted smoky quartz set swivel fob and two slightly smaller similarly mounted faceted citrine set swivel fobs

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Length of bracelet 18cm, width of fobs 4.5cm, 3.8cm and 3.5cm

£500-700 40 EAA390/2 A Chinese silver gilt multigem set bracelet composed of three large filigree worked flowerheads, each collet set to the centre with a cushion cut cabochon and applied with shaped circular clusters of collet set assorted cabochons, interspersed by stylised Chinese characters, with concealed clasp, stamped SILVER 59, with safety chain

41 EAA390/6 Two diamond set full-eternity rings each set with single cut diamonds, one ring with foliate engraved borders to the sides (2) Finger sizes: N (UK)/6.75 (USA) and J (UK)/5 (USA)

£300-400

42 EAA390/4 An early 20th century multigem set swivelling fulleternity ring channel set to one side with a border of calibre cut sapphires, with a border of similarly cut emeralds, flanked above and below by hinged millegrained borders of graduated round brilliant and single cut diamonds, with Greek key decorated sides

Approximate length 19cm

Finger size: J/K (UK)/5 (USA)

£250-400

£500-700

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42A EAA390/9 An 18ct gold novelty brooch modelled as a waking group of three graduated penguins with turquoise set bodys and gem set eyes, marked 750 35mm wide

£300-500


DIAMOND AND OTHER JEWELLERY 43 EAA389/1 A modern 18ct gold mounted diamond seven-stone ring claw set with uniform round brilliant cut diamonds Estimated total diamond weight 0.50cts

£200-300 44 EAA389/2 A modern all-diamond cluster ring of cross-over design, composed of borders channel set with princess cut diamonds, within outer borders of round brilliant cut diamonds Length of cluster to front 1.6cm, estimated total diamond

47 EAA566/10 A pair of diamond set earrings each claw set with an old European cut diamond, with heart pierced gallery and post and butterfly fittings Estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts

Estimated total weight of three

£1,500-2,000

principal diamonds 1.22cts

£2,000-3,000 48 EAA589/6 A diamond half-eternity ring channel set to the front with seven round brilliant cut diamonds Estimated total diamond weight 0.85cts, finger size: L/M (UK)/ 6 (USA)

£650-750

weight 0.90cts

£400-600 45 EAA514/1 An early 20th century pair of diamond set clips with detachable brooch conversion, of open scroll design, set throughout with round brilliant, single and baguette cut diamonds 5.3cm x 2.8cm

£700-900 46 EAA545/1 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond Estimated diamond weight 0.73cts

£500-700

51 EAA596/3 A diamond three-stone ring claw set with three slightly graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with three smaller similarly cut diamonds

49 EAA589/10 An 18ct white gold mounted five stone diamond ring claw set with round brilliant cut diamonds Estimated total diamond weight 1.55cts

£1,300-1,800 50 EAA589/25 A diamond set line bracelet claw set with uniform round brilliant cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip, stamped 750 Length 18cm, estimated total diamond weight 9.00cts

£5,500-6,500

52 EAA596/4 A diamond cluster pendant with chain the pendant claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within two open circular borders each set with smaller similarly cut diamonds, suspended from a fine belcher link chain Estimated principal diamond weight 0.50cts

£1,200-1,400 53 EAA596/15 A diamond set four-stone ring claw set with slightly graduated round brilliant cut diamonds Estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts

£1,200-1,800 54 EAC103/8 A modern diamond cluster ring of bombé design, pave set to the front with round brilliant cut diamonds, settings stamped 10K Finger size: N/O (UK)/7 (USA)

£750-850

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55 EAC7/2 A diamond five-stone ring and a platinum wedding band the diamond ring claw set with graduated round brilliant cut stones, shank stamped 18ct; the platinum wedding band decorated with a foliate scroll border (2) 0.46cts; platinum band 4.3g

59 EAA566/2 An Edwardian gold and diamond set bracelet composed of knot-form links, each collet set to the centre with an old European cut diamond (one diamond replaced with a simulant), interspersed by brick form links, with concealed clasp and safety chain

£250-350

Length 19.5cm

Estimated total diamond weight

£1,000-1,500 56 EY158/91 An early 20th century platinum mounted diamond set ring the central claw set old mine cut diamond flanked to each shoulder by a channel set baguette cut diamond, shank stamped RM PLAT weight: 1.25cts

60 EAC205/8 A diamond five-stone ring the graduated European cut diamonds claw set in a pierced scrolling gallery; together with another diamond five-stone ring, claw set with circular cut stones in platinum, yellow gold shank (2)

£500-700

£400-600

Estimated principal diamond

diamond weights: 1.34cts and

Lengths: pendant 3cm (including

1.23cts

bale); chain 44cm

£5,000-8,000

Estimated diamond weight: 1.42cts

£500-800 58 EAC205/9 A gentleman’s solitaire diamond ring the large cushion cut diamond claw set in a trifurcated setting in 18ct gold Diamond approximately 2.00cts

£1,500-1,800

61 EAC205/7 A Belle Époque diamond set brooch/pendant the central articulated section of a diamond set drop millegrain set six diamonds, all within a wreath of leaves and flowerheads all diamond set, diamond set bale 42mm long, 29mm wide

£300-500

Length 2cm, estimated principal

£2,500-3,000 63 EAA359/1 A large diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, precious yellow metal shank stamped 18ct H 7597 Estimated diamond weight 3.89cts

57 EY158/90 A diamond single-stone ring claw set with an oval cut diamond, flanked by trifurcated shoulders, to a tapering shank, stamped 18

65 EAA217/9 A pair of all diamond cluster earrings each millegrain collet set to the centre with a large pear cut diamond, within an ovoid millegrain border set with round brilliant cut diamonds, surmounted by a larger similarly cut diamond, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped 750

62 EAA474/9 A diamond set pendant with chain the slightly domed heart shaped pendant pave set to the front with round brilliant cut diamonds, with scroll pierced back and similarly diamond set tapering bale, stamped 750 D295, suspended from a fine belcher link chain, with oval hinged clasp stamped 750 D080 18K

£6,000-8,000 64 EAA474/6 A diamond set full-eternity ring of rounded square design, composed of a channel set border of round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked above and below by borders of smaller similarly cut diamonds, setting stamped 750 D172 Finger size: M (UK)/6.25 (USA), estimated total diamond weight 1.72cts

£1,000-1,500

66 EAA474/5 A pair of yellow and colourless diamond set earrings each composed of a large floral cluster surmounting an open circular motif and a large open ovoid drop, set throughout with pear cut yellow and round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 750 Length 4.5cm Note: Ensuite with lots 68 and 79.

£4,500-5,500 67 EAA474/8 A diamond set bracelet of articulated design, composed of two rows of ovoid motifs, each pave set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, within open borders set with similarly cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip, stamped 18K 750 D1162 Length 18.7cm

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68 EAA474/3 A yellow and colourless diamond set bracelet composed of three floral clusters, interspersed by open circular motifs, flanked to either side by quatrefoil shaped links, set throughout with pear cut yellow diamonds and graduated round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, with box clasp and safety clips Length 17.5cm Note: Ensuite with lots 66 and 79.

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diamond weights 1.05cts total

72 EAA596/9 A diamond set pendant with chain the pendant collet set with a round brilliant cut diamond, surmounting a smaller similarly cut diamond, suspending a large pear cut diamond within an open ovoid border set with smaller single cut diamonds, the whole suspended from a fine belcher link chain

£2,500-3,000

Overall length 45cm, estimated

69 EAA474/11 A pair of diamond set pendant earrings each composed of circular, triangular, canted rectangular and heart shaped clusters, set throughout with graduated round brilliant, trap, princess and lunette cut diamonds, with screw turned post and butterfly fittings, stamped 750 Length 2.9cm, estimated trap cut

principal diamond weight 1.63cts

70 EAA589/9 A pair of diamond pendant earrings each composed of an open ovoid motif, surmounting articulated links, suspending three concentric pointed oval open drops, set throughout with borders of round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped 750 Length 6cm

£1,300-1,500 71 EAA589/18 An 18ct white gold mounted ruby and diamond set ring corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut ruby, of a pleasing strong red hue, flanked to either side by a baguette cut diamond Estiamted weights: ruby 2.04cts; diamonds approximately 0.64cts total

£6,000-8,000

£7,500-9,500 73 YE2010/39 A pair of early 20th century diamond cluster earrings each claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within an open border of single cut diamonds, additionally set to the cardinal points with a baguette cut diamond, with post and disc fittings, contained in a tooled blue leather fitted case stamped Edward & Sons Ltd ... Glasgow Diameter 1.1cm, estimated principal diamond weights: 1.06cts and 1.01cts

£3,000-5,000

74 EAA596/21 A diamond line bracelet composed of a millegrain box set line of round brilliant cut diamonds, with chevron decoration to the sides of the setting, concealed clasp and safety clip Length 18cm, estimated total diamond weight 4.50cts

£3,500-4,500 75 EAA596/26 A diamond floral cluster brooch/pendant claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within a petal shaped surround, each petal set with two graduated old European cut diamonds, with hinged suspension hoop to reverse Diameter 2cm, estimated principal diamond weight 0.75cts

£1,200-1,800 76 EAA217/10 A Belle Époque diamond set necklace the central drop of tapering design, composed of foliate scrolls and knife bars, millegrain set throughout with graduated old European and rose cut diamonds, suspending an ovoid pearl drop (untested), the whole suspended from a fine belcher link chain, with additional safety chain Length from clasp to tip of drop 27cm, length of central cluster 6cm

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77 EAA346/1 An Edwardian diamond necklace the front composed of three graduated floral clusters interspersed by scrolls and foliate motifs, millegrain set throughout with graduated old European, single and rose cut diamonds, suspended from a later fine flattened curb link chain, with pierced oval clasp, together with sections of a fine platinum chain, all contained in a tooled taupe leather fitted case Overall length of necklace 47cm, estimated principal diamond weight 0.50cts

£2,000-3,000 78 EAA596/5 A pair of diamond cluster earrings each claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within two open circular borders, each set with smaller similarly cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings Estimated total diamond weight 1.57cts

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79 EAA474/4 A yellow and colourless diamond set necklace the front composed of three graduated floral clusters, flanked to either side by quatrefoil, ovoid and circular motifs, set throughout with pear cut yellow diamonds and round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, additionally fringed by a claw set large pear cut yellow diamond drop within open ovoid round brilliant cut colourless diamond set borders, with box clasp and safety clip, stamped 750 Length from clasp to tip of drop 24cm, estimated principal yellow diamond weight 1.37cts Note: Ensuite with lots 66 and 68.

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The Kate Whiteman Collection of Jewellery The next 76 lots of jewellery form the major part of the collection of jewellery belonging to the late Kate Whiteman. It is an interesting mixture, covering different styles, periods, countries and jewellers; almost a list of ingredients for a recipe for an interesting collection. The word recipe is appropriate in this instance as Kate was a respected food writer who edited books for the Roux brothers, Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffman. She was also the author of over thirty cookery books herself. A career of over thirty years covered many food fads and travel was also varied. Her grandmothe,r who was Italian, started off the taste for gastronomic life and when Kate was left a number of pieces of jewellery from her grandmother’s estate this probably started her varied collection of jewellery. The Georgian ruby and diamond ring (lot 109) itself is an attractive piece of period jewellery with added interest of being an intaglio. This was possibly an inherited piece along with the Indian bangles, the princess ring and the other antique pieces. Travel abroad; researching food would bring an interest in Greek and Roman art which was carried through to the pieces by Ilias Lalalounis which are very much inspired by antiquity as well as the two gold coins mounted as brooches. More modern jewellers were favoured as being different and bold in design. Stuart Devlin supplied the family with a number of pieces of silver but there are two interesting items of jewellery from his workshop that show his versatility in materials and design. The long coloured gold chain of the standing figures made in the 1970’s if not instantly recognised as Devlin would in current time

80 EAA396/5 An antique style ring claw set with an oval cut red paste cabochon, within a scrolling surround, surmounted by a rat, flanked by scroll shoulders Length of central cluster 1.5cm

£200-300

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thought to have been inspired by Gormley. Theo Fennell designed and made the novelty brooch of the champagne flute (lot 118) with diamonds for the bubbles. More conventional pieces from his workshop are earrings and bangles set with various gems. Time is always valuable and a good watch is essential; the Jaeger le Coultre “Reverso” (lot 115) would cover day and evening wear as the swivel action has a diamond set face for evening and plain for day wear. Longines, Baume et Mercier, Chopard and Raymond Weil watches also form part of the collection. Kate’s legacy as an author will be around for many years through her books and I am sure her jewellery will be appreciated just as much for the variety, quality and flair.

81 EAA396/45 A pair of 18ct gold Creole style earrings, probably by Ilias Lalaounis each composed of melon ball and ribbed cushion shaped motifs, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped with indistinct oval punch

82 EAA396/57 An early 20th century French gold necklace composed of fine fetter and three form links, interspersed to the front by foliate motifs and seed pearls, with French control marks to each link and the clasp

Diameter 4cm, 18.7g

Length 41.5cm, 12g total

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83 EAA396/12 ILIAS LALALOUNIS - a Greek gold Byzantine bull’s head ring of torque design, composed of a ropetwisted coil with stylised bull’s head to one terminal, stamped indistinctly and with maker’s oval mark Approximate finger size H (UK)/4 (USA), 6.6g Note: Ilias Lalaounis (b. 1920), was born into a family of Goldsmiths and watchmakers, joining the family business, Zolotas, in 1940. As a fourth generation jeweller, Lalaounis has earned a reputation for creating luxurious gold jewellery that offers a unique interpretation of ancient civilisation translated into a modern idiom. Lalaounis’ unique aesthetic is inspired by influences as diverse as the Neolithic, Mycenaean, and Byzantine styles, while his creations are founded on a revival of ancient Greek jewellery techniques. In 1969, Ilias Lalaounis pursued an independent enterprise, and his eponymous company was founded as a separate entity. The new company produced a collection every six months, with each collection consisting of about 150 pieces in both 18 and 22K gold. Lalaounis’s regular use of pure gold helped to distinguish his work, and soon branches were expanded through Europe and in cities throughout the world, including New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong. In 1993, the company’s workshops were moved to new, purpose-built facilities while the building was altered to house a jewellery museum. Today the Ilias Lalaounis Museum’s permanent collection includes over 4000 pieces of jewellery and micro sculptures from over 50 collections designed by the museum’s founder between 1940 and 2000. Although Lalaounis has received many prizes for his art, the most noteworthy honour was bestowed by the French Academy of Fine Arts in 1990; Lalaounis remains the only jeweller ever to be elected as a member of the Academy.

84 EAA396/10 An Indian Moghul ceremonial multi-gem set ring also known as a Princess ring, with high-domed central cluster, collet set with a circular cut colourless gem, within borders of assorted similarly set oval and circular cut gems, flanked to either shoulder by wirework scrolls, shank stamped 18K Diameter of central cluster 2cm

£150-200 85 EAA396/72 A Greek revival style shaped oval brooch decorated in high relief with a male portrait with scrolling hair, within beaded and gadrooned borders 4.7cm x 4.3cm, 10.9g

£150-250 86 EAA396/95 A Victorian opal and diamond set ring claw set with three slightly graduated oval cut opal cabochons, displaying good play of colour, interspersed by pairs of rose cut diamonds, with scroll pierced gallery £250-400

87 EAA396/87 Three pairs of assorted earrings to include a pair of antique style earrings, with central wrythen boss and wire fittings, stamped indistinctly and 24C; a pair of floral cluster earrings, each claw set to the centre with a circular cut colourless gem, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 18ct; together with a pair of multigem set pendant earrings, also stamped 18ct (3)

90 EAA396/97B A multi-gem set giardinetto pendant the pendant designed as a wicker basket containing a bouquet set with rose cut diamonds, circular cut rubies, demantoid garnets and an ovoid pearl (untested); the 18ct gold wedding band decorated with foliate scrolls (2) Pendant 2.4cm x 2.4cm, wedding band finger size: I (UK)/4.25 (USA), 3.5g

£180-250

Lengths: 2.9cm; 2.4cm and 3.2cm

£200-400 88 EAA396/96 A ruby and diamond threestone ring designed as a broad tapering band, inset to the centre with a circular cut ruby flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond, shank stamped 18ct Estimated total diamond weight 0.30cts; ruby 4.85mm diameter x 2.9mm depth

£250-400 89 EAA396/97E A collection of items to include a lady’s 9ct gold Bentima Star wrist watch; assorted chains and brooches; together with a collection of mostly costume jewellery to include a Chanel simulated pearl necklace and a Butler & Wilson moon and star form brooch (Qty)

91 EAA396/97C A collection of items to include an Edwardian turquoise cabochon and seed pearl set bar brooch, suspending a circular handpainted portrait miniature depicting a young man, within a surround of turquoise cabochons and rose cut diamonds; an Edwardian seed pearl and turquoise cabochon set monogram brooch; a similarly set 9ct gold shaped circular pendant; a wedding band; a cased part set of five turquoise cabochon set buttons; two similarly set pendants; an enamelled oval locket and an enamelled pansy form brooch, set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond (Qty) £250-400

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92 EAA396/43 An unusual gold brooch composed of a removable dagger with scabbard, padlocked and fastened belt and woven textured scrolling whip, surmounting two ropetwisted suspension chains and a two-coloured gold mounted rock crystal scent bottle designed as a powder horn, applied with lattice, stiff-leaf and foliate scroll decoration, with detachable stopper and safety chain 7.5cm x 8.5cm

£500-800 93 EAA396/81 A diamond set brooch mounted Venetian gold coin of shaped circular design, with entwined scrolling borders set with rose cut diamonds around the central Venetian gold Ducat of Tomasa Mocenigo (14141423) Diameter 2.9cm

£200-400 94 EAA396/42 ILIAS LALAOUNIS - an 18ct gold Minoan and Mycenaean style suite comprising a necklace and matching bracelet, each composed of scroll form links, strung upon foxtail link chains, with concealed clasps Lengths 41.5cm and 17.8cm, 146.5g

£1,200-1,800

95 EAA396/44 HOROVITZ - a circular pendant mounted coin the planished open circular pendant loosely set with a probable copy of an ancient gold Oktadrachm, depicting Arsinoe II, wife of Ptolemy II, with double cornucopia bound with fillet to reverse, mount signed and stamped 750

97 EAA396/120 A 19th century bracelet composed of foliate decorated and polished convex links, conjoined by beaded fancy links, with larger pierced shaped oval foliate decorated clasp

Diameter 3.6cm, 45.3g

98 EAA396/97F A collection of jewellery and costume jewellery to include assorted fancy link gold chains; a cultured pearl necklace (A/F); an Edwardian 15ct gold bar brooch, applied with a ruby and seed pearl set insect; a pendant with oval hand-painted portrait miniature, within a marcasite set surround; a beaded collar by Elena Khudiakova for Van Peterson, with original fitted case and other pieces, contained in a fitted leather jewellery box (Qty)

Note: Theodore Horovitz (1917-1996) began his jewellery career at the age of seventeen, by working for his father’s jewellery shop in Alexandria. Horovitz eventually set up his own atelier within his father’s shop and started to create pieces for the city’s nobility and royalty, including a wedding crown for the Queen. In 1956, Horovitz moved to Geneva, where he established his own business in 1960.

£400-600 96 EAA396/97D A collection of items to include a 9ct gold fancy link necklace, suspending assorted charms including a large hollow egg, coral and turquoise set examples; two Eastern gold bracelets; a coral bead set bracelet; an ivory and coral bead necklace; a pair of cultured pearl pendant earrings (one fitting missing); a turquoise bead necklace; a carved turquoise pendant and other pieces (Qty) £200-400

Length 19cm, 15.1g

£120-180

Principal diamond approximately

£200-300 99 EAA396/97G A collection of items to include a torque form ring probably by Ilias Lalaounis, designed as as tapering band decrated with a Classical frieze; a pair of antique earrings, possibly Roman, also two other similar earrings; four small Eastern gold bangles; assorted loose beads; coral bead necklaces and turquoise coloured fringed bead necklaces (Qty) £200-400

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100 EAA396/122 An 18th century rose cut diamond set ring the front of scroll design, with central pear shaped rose cut diamond, flanked by scrolling motifs, set with graduated cushion shaped rose cut diamonds, with scroll shoulders and ribbed shank 5.7mm x 4.6mm x 1.4mm

£200-300 101 EAA396/123 A small collection of items to include a foliate spray brooch, set with circular cut turquoise cabochons and half-pearls; a coral and halfpearl set horseshoe shaped brooch; a pair of floral pins, each set to the centre with a cluster of seed pearls; also a gilt metal shaped oval clip (4) £150-250 102 EAA396/97A A contemporary multi-gem set necklace composed of faceted cushion shaped beads of varying Autumnal hues, suspending a foliate shaped pendant, collet set with six assorted cabochons around the central round brilliant cut diamond Overall length 39cm, pendant 3.5cm (including suspension hoop)

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103 EAA396/41 An Art Deco multi-gem set cocktail ring claw set with a large oval cut jadeite cabochon, flanked by tapering shoulders each set with a triangular cut ruby cabochon, flanked by borders of old European cut diamonds Jadeite cabochon 15.75mm x 12.65mm x 5.65mm

£500-800 104 EAA396/67 A pair of emerald and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a millegrain collet set round brilliant cut diamond, surmounting a single cut diamond set tapering drop, suspending an ovoid cluster set to the centre with a pear cut emerald within a border of single cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings, settings stamped 18ct PLAT Length 3.4cm

£800-1,400 105 EAA396/15 BAUME & MERCIER - an Art Deco lady’s 18ct gold wrist watch the slim rectangular gold coloured dial with Arabic and dot numerals and plain stepped bezel fitted to a hinged bangle, case numbered to reverse 20342

106 EAA396/36 An Indian antique pair of bracelets convertable to a necklace each composed of graduated rectangular links, inset with rectangular cut emerald panels, with central oval cut emerald cabochon, flanked to either side by pairs of rose cut diamonds, with crosshatched decorated domed rectangular clasps, one with additional trap cut emerald to one terminal, within an octagonal setting, each panel with green and white floral enamel decoration to the reverse Lengths: 17.5cm; 19cm and 36.8cm (combined)

£1,500-3,000 107 EAA396/75 A sapphire and diamond circular cluster ring claw set with a circular cut sapphire, within a surround of single cut diamonds; another ring, composed of flexible brick form links, collet set to the front with an oval cut sapphire, within a surround of circular cut colourless gems, stamped 750; together with a pair of three-coloured knot form earrings, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 750 (3)

108 EAA396/40 A Belle Époque ruby and diamond cluster ring the front designed as a witch’s heart, claw set to the centre with an oval cut ruby, of a strong pinkish red hue, within two millegrained borders set with old European cut diamonds, flanked to either shoulder by a similarly cut diamond, the twocoloured shank with central ropetwisted border

109 EAA396/93 A Georgian seal carved ruby and diamond set cluster ring collet set with an oval cut ruby, incised with a classical female portrait profile, within a border of old mine cut diamonds, with pierced gallery, additionally set to each shoulder with four single cut diamonds

Length of central cluster 1.7cm,

110 EAA396/66 RAYMOND WEIL - a lady’s two-coloured Parsifal wrist watch the white circular dial with gold Roman numerals and date aperture, with gilt bezel and blue cabochon set winder, fitted to a tapering bracelet, composed of satin finished and gilt highlighted links, with fold-over clasp, case numbered to reverse 9440 V123729, with original box and additional bracelet links

estimated ruby weight 1.15cts Note: A witch’s heart has a tail which twists to one side (almost always the right side). The shape has been in use since the 15th century and gained popularity in Scotland in the 17th century. Tokens of this form were believed to ward off evil spirits and protect loved ones and so were often pinned to a baby’s blanket. By the 18th century, they were more commonly given to a loved one as proof of being ‘bewitched’ by them. The combination of setting both rubies and diamonds in this ring is also significant. Rubies are widely considered to represent passion, meanwhile the outstanding durability of diamonds is associated with enduring love.

£500-900

Length of central cluster 1.6cm

£500-800

Diameter of watch head 2.6cm

£300-500

Width of dial 0.8cm, minimum

111 EAA396/90 KUTCHINSKY - a lady’s gold wrist watch with oval mottled green hardstone dial, with gold hands and plain bezel, fitted to a slim black leather strap, case numbered to reverse 35225 5036 1

diameter of bracelet 5cm

Width of watch head 1.8cm

£300-500

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112 EAA396/16 LONGINES - a modern lady’s gilt and stainless steel Les Grandes Classiques wrist watch the white rounded rectangular dial, with black Roman numerals, with gilt bezel and gilt and stainless steel fancy brick link bracelet, with foldover clasp, case numbered L5.135.3 26658045 Width of watch head 2.3cm

£600-800 113 EAA396/14 L. U. CHOPARD - a 1970’s lady’s 18ct gold wrist watch with satin-finished gold coloured slim oval dial, with Roman numerals, fitted to a two-row fancy ropetwisted Byzantine link bracelet, with concealed clasp and safety clips, case numbered to reverse 36140 5026 D6361 Length 15.5cm

£700-900 114 EAA396/91 CHOPARD - a lady’s 18ct gold wrist watch with black canted square dial and gold hands, the bezel set to each corner with a single cut diamond, with circular cut deep blue cabochon set winder, fitted to a tapering black leather strap, case inscribed to reverse KUTCHINSKY and numbered 163266 5135 Width of watch head 1.6cm

£300-500

115 EAA396/17 JAEGER-LE COULTRE - a lady’s 18ct gold diamond set Reverso wrist watch the reversible rounded rectangular watch head with engine turned silvered dial with Arabic numerals to one side, and similarly decorated champagne coloured dial, with central mother of pearl circular panel, and borders of round brilliant cut diamonds to the bezel, to the other side, fitted to a dark green leather strap, with fold-over clasp fastening, case numbered to reverse 1966743 266. 1. 44 Width of watch head 7.2cm Note: The Reverso, a wristwatch that could be turned 180 degrees within the case to protect the crystal and dial was introduced in 1931. World War II prevented it from achieving its full potential. It was ediscovered in the 1960s when an Italian dealer found a number of unused Reverso cases; he bought the cases, fitted them with movements, and the resulting watches were an instant sell-out and today is JaegerLeCoultre’s most popular model.

£1,800-2,500 116 EAA396/9 An 18ct gold mounted ruby and diamond cluster ring designed as a circular target, collet set to the centre with a circular cut ruby within borders channel set with round brilliant cut diamonds and calibre cut rubies Diameter of cluster 1.7cm, estimated principal ruby weight: 0.35cts

£800-1,000

117 EAA396/13 A multi-gem set bracelet the central cluster collet set with an oval cut ruby within a scroll shaped surround set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked by box shaped links either pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, pairs of calibre cut rubies or emeralds, with concealed clasp and safety clips stamped 750, together with three additional similarly set links

120 EAA396/85 STUART DEVLIN - two 1970’s ovoid lockets with chain to include an 18ct gold locket, of textured hinged ovoid form, opening to reveal a seed pearl set floral spray; also a similar silver gilt locket, opening to reveal a two-coloured floral spray, both suspended from a curb link chain Lengths: lockets each 3.1cm (including suspension hoops); chain 30cm overall

£200-240

Lengths: 16cm and 1.5cm

£800-1,200 118 EAA396/8 THEO FENNELL - an 18ct white gold mounted multigem set novelty brooch desgined as a bubbling champagne flute, composed of a fancy tapering cut citrine and collet set round brilliant cut diamonds Length 4.7cm

£800-1,000 119 EAA396/92 A mid-20th century lady’s gold wrist watch the black slim rectangular dial, with gold baton numerals, signed REVERSO LUXE, with textured finish to the bezel, and open textured link bracelet, case monogrammed to reverse Width of watch head 1.4cm

£400-600

121 EAA396/48 PALOMA PICASSO FOR TIFFANY & CO - a pair of 18ct gold mounted amethyst set earrings each of oval design, collet set with an oval cut amethyst within a plain broad bezel, with post and hinged clip fittings; together with an amethyst and cultured pearl set pendant with chain, the pendant composed of two collet set circular cut amethysts, interspersed by a cultured pearl, with gilt highlights to the snake link chain, clasp stamped 750 and ORO FLASH (2) Lengths: earrings 2cm; pendant 3.7cm (including bale); chain 39cm Note: Paloma Picasso (b. 1949) is an acclaimed fashion designer, best known for her jewellery designs and signature perfumes. In 1980 Paloma began designing jewellery for Tiffany & Co. in New York, introducing gems framed in blocks of gold, large stones on simple cords, and signature “hugs and kisses” (“X’s” and “O’s”).

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122 EAA396/52 THEO FENNELL - two pairs of 18ct gold mounted gem set earrings to include a pair of hooped earrings, each collet set with a circular cut sapphire, the second pair of circular design, each collet set to the centre with a circular cut peridot, to a domed surround applied with beaded decoration, both with post and butterfly fittings (2) Lengths 1.7cm and 1.2cm Note: Theo Fennell (b. 1951) studied art at York and the Byam Shaw. going on to become an apprentice designer with Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd. He established his own workshop in Hatton Garden to design and create silverware. In 1982 he opened his first shop in Chelsea’s Fulham Road. Fennell experimented across a broad spectrum of design, all the upholding the belief that jewellery and silverware can be irreverent as well as beautiful, and exhibiting a scrupulous eye for minute detail.

£250-450 123 EAA396/56 A fancy link necklace of hollow design composed of mesh form links, with circular clasp stamped QUADRI 750 Length 43.5cm, 26.5g

£200-300 124 EAA396/100 THEO FENNELL - a contemporary 18ct gold mounted Tanzanite set bangle of hinged design, collet set to the centre with a circular cut Tanzanite, flanked by foliate borders, with clasp fastening and safety clip Inner diameter 5.5cm

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125 EAA396/7 A cultured pearl necklace composed of very slightly graduated cultured pearls, ranging from approximately 4.5mm - 5mm diameter, with pierced oval clasp, stamped 14K Overall length 42cm

£200-300 126 EAA396/61 A modern fancy link necklace composed of slim oval ropetwisted belcher form links, interspersed by hollow plain oval spacers Length 73cm, 39.6g

£400-600 127 EAA396/59 A 9ct gold and red enamelled fancy link necklace composed of fancy curb form links, with fancy shaped circular links to the front applied with red guilloche enamelled floral motifs Length 35.5cm, 11.4g total

£150-200 128 EAA396/63 A graduated two-coloured pearl necklace composed of off-white and smaller light brown graduated pearls, with cylindrical 15ct gold and platinum clasp with rose cut diamond set border and safety chain (pearls untested), together with assorted loose pearls and beads (Qty) Length 39cm

£200-300

129 EAA396/65 A modern cultured pearl set necklace composed of cultured pearls, each measuring approximately 7mm diameter, flanked by scroll pierced caps, conjoined by fine belcher form links, with hinged circular clasp stamped 18ct

132 EAA396/94 A contemporary 18ct gold mounted turquoise set ring collet set to the centre with a high-domed circular cut turquoise cabochon, within a quatrefoil shaped surround

Length 49cm

133 EAA396/89 A 1960’s 18ct gold diamond set ring applied to the front with stepped borders of graduated cylindrical columns, with textured finish and claw set with four round brilliant cut diamonds

£150-200 130 EAA396/102 A contemporary multi-gem set necklace composed of fancy circular section links, conjoined to the centre front by a circular cut colourless gem set roundel, suspending two ovoid cabochon cut rock crystal drops, clasp stamped Le-Gi 750 Length from clasp to tip of drops 28cm

£200-250 131 EAA396/99 A pair of multi-gem set bracelets each of hinged design, of circular section applied with collet set oval cut ruby, emerald and sapphire cabochons, clasps stamped 750 Diameter 6.8cm

£300-500

Length of front 1.2cm, 14.6g total

£120-180

Length of cluster to the front 1cm

£150-180 134 EAA396/88 A mid-20th century mounted geode brooch of amorphous outline, claw set with a large natural geode, composed of concentric shaped circular silvery gray bands 7.4cm x 6.8cm

£200-300 135 EAA396/77 A suite of five assorted diamond and gem set rings each horizontally set with a slim rectangular trap cut gem, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond, stamped 18ct £200-300


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136 EAA396/4 STUART DEVLIN - a 1970’s 18ct gold and multi-gem set necklace the textured torque form necklace with simple hooked clasp, suspending a detachable pendant, composed of carved rock crystal flowerhead with frosted finish, claw set to the centre with a circular cut blue zircon Length from clasp to tip of pendant 17cm Note: Stuart Devlin (b. 1931) began his career as an art teacher in Australia, specialising in gold and silversmithing. In 1957 he obtained a post at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and studied for a Diploma of Art in gold and silversmithing, after which he spent a two-year fellowship at Columbia University, in the United States. Devlin returned to Australia to teach, but quickly rose to fame in 1964 after winning a competition to design the first decimal coinage in Australia. In 1965, he moved to London and opened a small workshop, in which he adapted and devised new techniques to produce a wide variety of textures and filigree forms. His popularity grew in London’s West End, where he held a prestigious showroom in Conduit Street between 1979 and 1985. Among his most popular commissions, Devlin has designed coins and medals for 36 countries throughout the world, including precious coins for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. In 1982, Devlin was granted the Royal Warrant of Appointment as Goldsmith and Jeweller to Her Majesty the Queen. Devlin was also made Prime Warden of the Goldsmith’s Company (1996-97). Devlin now works in Littlehampton, West Sussex.

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137 EAA396/3 A modern emerald and diamond set necklace collet set to the centre with a trap cut emerald, flanked to either side by curved borders each set wtih three baguette cut diamonds, suspended from a brick link chain, with hinged circular clasp, stamped 750

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£1,800-2,500 138 EAA396/46 THEO FENNELL - two pairs of 18ct gold mounted multigem set earrings to include a pair of earrings, designed as circular clusters each collet set to the centre with a circular cabochon cut emerald, within beaded and round brilliant cut diamond set borders, with post and hinged clip fittings, with concealed hook to reverse for additional drops; the second also of circular design, each collet set to the centre with a circular mixed cut pale blue gem, within ropetwisted and circular cut red gem set borders, with post and hinged clip fittings (2) Diameters: 1.8cm and 2.5cm

£700-1,000

139 EAA396/49 An Indian gold enamelled and diamond set bangle of hinged design, decorated with a foliate scroll border, set with rose cut diamonds, to a deep blue and white enamelled ground, the sides and inner edge enamelled with red and green foliate and bird motifs to a white ground, within narrow deep blue enamelled borders, with screw turned post fastening Inner diameter 5.6cm

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140 EAA396/47 THEO FENNELL - a pair of 18ct gold mounted mabé pearl and diamond set earrings each designed as a circular cluster, with central mabé pearl, within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and hinged clip fittings

141 EAA396/82 An Art Deco French white gold mounted diamond set clip of tapering design, set with borders of graduated early round brilliant and single cut diamonds, with scroll pierced borders to the hinged clip fitting and French control marks

Diameter 2cm

2cm x 2.7cm

£300-500

£500-900


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142 EAA396/39 A cultured pearl necklace with red guilloche enamelled and diamond set clasp composed of graduated pearls, ranging from approximately 4mm to 9.5mm diameter, the tapering cylindrical clasp decorated with red guilloche enamelled and rose cut diamond set borders, with safety chain Overall length 43cm

ÂŁ800-1,200

143 EAA396/37 A modern satin-finished suite comprising a necklace and matching threerow bracelet, each composed of spherical beads, strung upon a foxtail link chain, the bracelet with rectangular fluted clasp and safety clips, the necklace with polished spherical clasp, both stamped 750 Lengths 40.5cm and 18cm, 90g total

ÂŁ700-900

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144 EAA396/38 A pearl necklace with diamond set clasp the necklace composed of uniform pearls (untested), each measuring approximately 8mm diameter, the oval clasp set to the centre with an old European cut diamond, flanked to either side by a smaller old mine cut diamond, within borders of single cut diamonds, with foliate engraved decoration to the reverse Overall length 47cm, principal diamond 5.4mm diameter

ÂŁ600-900

145 EAA396/60 A seed pearl and ruby necklace composed of three-rows of seed pearls, interspersed by polished ruby pebble shaped beads, with hinged circular clasp, with similarly set tassle Length 54cm

ÂŁ600-800

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146 EAA396/64 STUART DEVLIN - a 1970’s 18ct twocoloured gold fancy link necklace composed of graduated stylised figural links, with hinged circular clasp Length 77cm, 21.8g

£400-600

147 EAA396/69 A contemporary threecoloured gold bracelet composed of three rows of fancy circular section links, with large hinged circular clasp, stamped Le-Gi and 750 Length 19cm, 26.4g

£300-500 148 EAA396/2 A modern diamond set bangle of flexible torque design, the scroll form terminals set with borders of round brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 750 GREECE Approximate diameter 5.7cm

£400-600

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149 EAA396/68 A collection of items to include a pair of pendant earrings, each designed as a fruiting vine, with foliate surmount and clustered circular cut opal cabochons to the drop, with wire fittings; a ruby inset oval ivory pendant with chain, stamped 375; together with two fine belcher link chains (4) £200-400 150 No lot

151 EAA396/55 A collection of assorted earrings to include a pair of cultured pearl and diamond set earrings; a pair of Eastern gold and pearl set earrings, of filigree design; a pair of pendant earrings decorated with Egyptian motifs; two pairs of beaded pendant earrings; together with a bar brooch applied to the centre with a multi-gem set insect and an articulated fish pendant, with turquoise cabochon set eyes, stamped 14K (7) £280-350


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152 EAA396/76 A enamelled and multi-gem set pendant with chain the pendant composed of a claw set pear cut rubellite surmounting an open shaped square cluster, corner claw set to the centre with a square cut rubellite, within borders of round brilliant cut diamonds, pear and oval cut tourmalines and an outer black enamelled border, suspending a trap cut rubellite and an ovoid drop set with a large pear cut rubellite within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, the whole suspended from a fine 18ct gold snake link chain Lengths: pendant 6.8cm; chain 19cm Note: Rubellite is the name given to the strong pink-red coloured variety of tourmaline.

£1,000-1,500

153 EAA396/53 An early 20th century multigem set novelty brooch designed as a turtle, with ovoid high-domed shell cabochon body, with circular cabochon cut ruby set eyes and rose cut diamonds to the head, feet and tail 3.5cm x 2.4cm

£180-250

Lengths: pendant 2,5cm (including

155 EAA396/11 A modern red guilloche enamelled and diamond set ring designed as two tapering red guilloche enamelled bands, each applied to the centre with a stylised butterfly, with central ropetwisted border to the centre and single cut diamonds pave set to the wings

bale); chain 42cm

Finger size: I (UK)/ 4.5 (USA)

Note: See footnote to lot 108 ref. witch’s heart motif.

£300-500

154 EAA396/50 An 18ct gold diamond set pendant designed as a witch’s heart, pave set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, with plain tapering bale, stamped 18ct, suspended from a fancy two-coloured fine box link chain, with gilt ball shaped spacers, clasp stamped 750

156 EAA396/124 ILIAS LALAOUNIS - an 18ct yellow gold torque form necklace designed as a broad band, decorated with circular motifs to a planished ground, flanked by rope-twisted borders Approximate diameter 10.8cm, 63.9g

£800-1,200

£250-400

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JEWELLERY, OTHER PROPERTIES 157 EAA217/13 An early 20th century sapphire and diamond set full-eternity ring with central invisibly set border of calibre cut sapphires, flanked above and below by borders of single cut diamonds

159 EAA596/27 A pair of modern 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond cluster earrings each claw set with an oval cut sapphire within a pointed oval surround set with eight round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings Length 1.2cm, estimated total weights: sapphire 0.60cts;

Finger size: M (UK)/6.5 (USA)

diamonds 0.90cts

£1,300-1,800

£800-1,200

158 EAA589/13 An 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond set three-stone ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire of a violet-blue hue, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond Estimated weights: sapphire 3.80cts; diamonds approximately

160 EAC205/11 A sapphire and diamond ring of unusual design, two open rows one set central diamond and a sapphire to each side, the other a single sapphire and a diamond to each side, off set to each other and split detail to shoulders £200-300

0.20cts total

£1,500-2,000

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161 EAA474/2 A pair of pink and yellow sapphire and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a corner claw set trap cut yellow sapphire, within an open rectangular surround set with round brilliant cut diamonds, surmounting a similar motif with central trap cut pink sapphire, suspending three similarly alternately set fringes, interspersed by larger round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 750 18K Length 4.7cm

£2,500-3,000

162 EAA474/7 A multi-coloured sapphire and diamond set bracelet composed of heart shaped motifs, each claw set to the centre with coloured sapphires, including deeppink, peach-pink, violet-blue, cornflower-blue and near colourless examples, within an open border set with round brilliant cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clips, stamped 750 D199 2001 Length 17.2cm

£3,000-4,000 163 EAA474/10 A sapphire and diamond set novelty brooch/pendant designed as a seated frog, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, with collet set sapphire cabochon eyes, setting stamped 18K 750 4cm x 3.8cm x 2.2cm

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164 An early 20th century sapphire and diamond set foliate spray brooch in the Mughal style, resembling a twin delphinium spray, of asymmetric design, claw set with graduated foliate carved sapphires, the stems with old European, early round brilliant and single cut diamond set bow-tied ribbon, with accompanying previous auction catalogue description, dated March 17th 1965, listing the lot as The Property of The Most Honourable Doreen Marchioness of Linlithgow 8cm long by 6cm wide

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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165 EY158/96 An early 20th century diamond and ruby set crescent brooch alternately set with graduated circular cut rubies and diamonds, with pierced gallery, clasp with safety clip £250-350

166 EAC90/16 A Victorian ruby and diamond ring James Aitchison, Edinburgh, of simple form with central ruby and a circular cut diamond to each side, claw set in 18ct gold, pierced scroll gallery, with a period box from James Aitchison

167 EAC7/1 An18ct gold mounted ruby and diamond set five-stone ring claw set with three graduated round brilliant cut diamonds and two circular cut rubies, with scroll pierced gallery

168 EAA596/11 A Victorian style ruby and diamond cluster ring the central claw set oval cut ruby within a surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked by scroll decoration trifurcated shoulders

Estimated principal diamond

Length of central cluster 1.5cm,

weight 0.16cts

estimated total weights: ruby

£200-300

£150-250

1.11cts; diamonds 0.60cts total

£500-700

169 EAA389/3 A contemporary emerald and diamond set ring designed as a tapering band, channel set to the centre front with a square trap cut emerald, flanked to either side by borders of five graduated baguette cut diamonds, shank stamped 750 Finger size N/O (UK)/7 (USA)

£300-500 170 EAA589/16 An 18ct white gold mounted emerald and diamond set ring the central corner claw set square trap cut emerald, flanked to either shoulder by ten channel set princess cut diamonds Estimated weights: emerald 1.00cts; diamonds approximately 0.36cts total

£1,600-1,800

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171 EAA596/14 An early 20th century French platinum mounted emerald and diamond set ring claw set with a large cushion cut emerald, with scroll pierced gallery setting, additionally millegrain collet set to each shoulder with four graduated old European cut diamonds, with French control marks to the shank, also numbered 54060 Estimated emerald weight 4.29cts

£1,400-1,800


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172 EAA474/1 A pair of heliodor and diamond set pendant earrings each of hinged hooped design, set to the front with a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, surmounting a larger similarly cut diamond, suspending a large fancy pear cut heliodor, within a pear shaped surround, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, mounts stamped 750 Overall length 4cm Note: Heliodor is the name given to the golden yellow variety of beryl.

£2,000-3,000

173 EAA580/1 A large aquamarine and diamond cocktail ring the rectangular cut aquamarine, claw set above a gallery of rope twist form set with circular cut diamonds, split rope twist and plain shank Ring size ‘O’, aquamarine, 15mm x 12mm

£300-400

174 EAC103/7 A pair of unusual multi-gem set pendant earrings each of slim girandole design, surmounted by a collet set circular cut red gem, atop a pierced shaped oval motif, set with borders of rose cut diamonds above three channel set borders of calibre cut emeralds, fringed by rose cut diamond set drops, terminating with polished red gem beads, with post and butterfly fittings

175 YE2010/41 A Belle Époque aquamarine and diamond brooch/pendant designed as an asymmetric wreath of foliate scrolls, set throughout with graduated old mine and rose cut diamonds, suspending two large pear cut aquamarine drops, with detachable brooch fitting, contained in the original tooled blue leather fitted box, stamped E. LLOYD LAWRENCE ... LONDON ...

Length 10.3cm

£2,000-3,000

5.5cm x 3.3cm

£600-800

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176 EAA566/11 An early 20th century opal and diamond set brooch/pendant claw set with an oval cut opal cabochon, within a surround of old European cut diamonds, with hinged suspension hoop and pin fastening 2.2cm x 1.8cm

£1,800-2,500 177 EAA566/6 An Edwardian 15ct gold mounted citrine and halfpearl pendant collet set to the centre with a large oval cut golden yellow citrine, within a petal shaped surround set with half-pearls, the pointed oval bale similarly pearl set (pearls untested) Length 6cm (including bale), estimated citrine weight 90.00cts approximately

£800-1,200 178 EAA566/4 An early 20th century opal and diamond set cocktail ring claw set with a high-domed oval cut opal cabochon, displaying good play of colour, within a shaped oval surround millegrain set with round brilliant and baguette cut diamonds

179 EAA566/8 An early 20th century multigem set pendant with chain of scroll design, millegrain collet set to the centre with an oval cut sapphire, within a rose cut diamond set surround, surmounting a box set cushion cut sapphire, suspending a rose cut diamond and freshwater pearl set drop, the similarly diamond set bale stamped indistinctly, possibly Russian, suspended from a fine belcher link chain with plain cylindrical clasp and safety clip Lengths: pendant 4cm (including bale); chain 48cm

£2,000-2,500 180 EAA566/1 A pair of Art Deco onyx and diamond set pendant earrings each of fringed tapering design, claw and millegrain collet set with old European and single cut diamonds, onyx panels and black enamelled pillar motifs, with wire fittings Length 6.4cm (including wire fittings)

£4,500-6,500

181 EAA481/7 An 18ct white gold mounted amethyst and diamond set cocktail ring claw set with an oval cut amethyst, within a surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally flanked to each shoulder by pairs of tapered baguette cut diamonds

183 EAA481/10 An 18ct white gold mounted garnet and diamond set ring the central claw set oval cut garnet, of a pleasing strong red hue, within a surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to the each shoulder with a cluster of three similarly cut diamonds

Length of central cluster 3cm,

estiamted weights: garnet 14.82cts;

estimated weights: amethyst

diamonds 0.54cts total

30.00cts; diamonds approximately

£1,500-2,000

1.44cts total

£800-1,200 182 EAA481/6 An 18ct white gold mounted amethyst and diamond set pendant claw set with a large oval cut amethyst, within a surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, surmounted by a larger similarly cut diamond

Length of central cluster 2.2cm,

184 EAA481/9 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine and diamond set ring corner claw set with a large trap cut aquamarine, flanked to either side by vertical borders, each claw set with three round brilliant cut diamonds Estimated weights: aquamarine

Overall length 3.7cm,

13.84cts; diamonds 0.72cts total

estimated weights:

£500-700

amethyst 29.00cts diamonds approximately 1.36cts total

£800-1,200

185 EAA589/5 An aquamarine and diamond set ring the central corner claw set square cut aquamarine flanked to either shoulder by seven round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 750

Length of central cluster 2.4cm

Estimated weights: aquamarine

£2,200-2,400

1.77cts. diamonds approximately 0.24cts total

£600-700

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186 EAA596/8 A collection of moonstone set jewellery to include two long necklaces and three bracelets, each spectacle set with graduated oval cut moonstone cabochons, clasps stamped 925 (5) Lengths: 80cm; 58cm; 19cm;

189 EY158/95 A large carved jadeite pendant of shaped oval outline, carved to one side with a crouching figure and a horse beneath a tree, the other side carved with a courting couple beneath a tree, with drilled hole to the upper edge

17cm and 16cm

5.4cm x 4.5cm x 2.3cm

£250-300

(at widest point)

£200-300 187 EAA596/18 A multi-gem set bracelet composed of scroll form links each collet set to the centre with a circular cut gem, to include diamond, garnet, sapphire and amethyst, conjoined by pairs of oval links, with concealed clasp and safety chain Length 17.5cm

£800-1,200 188 EY158/94 A large smoky quartz set pendant claw set with a large oval cut smoky quartz, within a scroll pierced shaped oval surround, with cannetille decorated tapering bale Length 5.4cm, estimated smoky quartz weight 78.00cts

190 EAC103/2 A pair of multi-gem set pendant earrings each composed of a circular cluster set to the centre with a circular cut blue topaz, within a border of smaller similarly cut rubies, surmounting articulated links set with single cut diamonds, suspending a cushion shaped drop, claw set to the centre with a cushion cut topaz within a surround of round brilliant cut rubies, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 14K Length 4cm

£380-450

191 EAA596/23 A pearl and diamond set necklace the front of knotted design, collet set to the centre with an old European cut diamond, within borders of smaller single cut diamonds, surmounting a larger collet set round brilliant cut diamond, suspending a large pearl, with rose cut diamond set cap, the whole suspended from a fancy link chain, clasp stamped 750, with accompanying Gem & Pearl Laboratory report numbered 02389, stating the pearl is natural and weighs 7.05cts Length from clasp to tip of drop 23.5cm

193 EAA596/13 A cultured pearl three-row necklace with ruby and diamond set clasp the necklace composed of three rows of pearls, measuring 7.2mm - 7.5mm diameter, the petal shaped clasp set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within borders of oval cut rubies and round brilliant cut diamonds Overall length 37.5cm

£1,000-1,500 194 EAC90/14 A hinged Edwardian gold pearl set bangle the stiff bangle set row of pearls

£2,500-3,000

£180-250

192 EAA596/25 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond pendant earrings each claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond surmounting a cultured pearl drop, measuring approximately 9mm diameter, with post and hinged clip fittings

195 EAC90/15 A Victorian pearl set ring the graduated row of five large pearls, box set, 18ct gold shank; together with an 18ct gold signet ring set bloodstone intaglio (2) £200-300

Length 1.8cm, estimated total diamond weight 0.59cts

£700-1,000

£150-250

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NAMED JEWELLERY AND WATCHES 196 EAA589/31 CHOPARD - a gentleman’s diamond set suite comprising a ring and matching cufflinks, each with satinfinished rectangular panel, off-set to one side with a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, the cufflinks with swivel torpedo shaped backs, each stamped 750, with foreign control marks, also signed and numbered 2381233 82/5713/0 to the ring and 2380033 75/5713/0 and 2387443 75/5713/0 to the cufflinks, with Chopard box and documents Length of ring to front 1.3cm, cufflink terminals 1.3cm x 2cm, 51.7g total

£2,500-3,000

197 YE2010/40 An Art Deco onyx and diamond set cocktail watch the squat tonneau shaped dial with black Arabic numerals, with single cut diamond set bezel, rose cut diamond set winder, and triangular cut onyx and single cut diamonds to the shoulders, fitted to a black moiré ribbon strap, with fold-over clasp, case numbered to reverse 18719 .3293. 26940 Width of watch head 2cm

£400-600

198 EAA347/3 ROLEX - a gentleman’s 14ct gold cased wrist watch Oyster Perpetual, the blue dial with baton numerals, inscribed ‘Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified’ plain slightly milled gold bezel, screw down winder, flexible 14ct gold bracelet, mechanical movement, 1003/2558., 2131177, purchased December 1974, in original green Rolex box and outer Rolex cardboard box

199 EAA566/7 GLYCINE - an early 20th century platinum mounted diamond set cocktail watch the slim rectangular dial with black Arabic numerals, with single cut diamond set bezel and tapering strap millegrain set with graduated single and early round brilliant cut diamonds, with woven mesh panel near the clasp, flanked by millegrain box set borders of single cut diamonds, with similarly set clasp and safety clip

£1,400-2,000

Width of watch head 1.5cm, length of bracelet 15.8cm

£5,000-6,000

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200 EAC14/3 RECORD - an Art Deco 9ct white gold mounted diamond set cocktail watch the slim rectangular champagne coloured dial with black Arabic numerals, with single cut diamonds millegrain set to the bezel and bow-tied ribbon decorated shoulders, fitted to a slim woven mesh link bracelet, with sliding foldover clasp Width of watch head 1.5cm

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201 EAC103/1 CARTIER - a French gold compact of chevron fluted slim square form, with polished thumbpiece and hinged cover, the interior signed CARTIER PARIS and numbered 03354, additionally inscribed PARIS NOVEMBER 19th 1946, with original tooled red leather fitted case stamped CARTIER PARIS ... 6.5cm x 6.5cm x 1.3cm

£2,300-3,000

202 EAC4/1 CARTIER - a gold plated silver Tank wrist watch the cream rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, with circular cut blue cabochon set winder, fitted to a black crocodile leather strap, case signed and numbered to reverse 67404 6 81006

203 EY158/93 LONGINES - a gentleman’s gold cased Presence wrist watch the gilt dial, with date aperture and centre sweep second hand, quartz movement; also another Presence model, with gilt case and white dial, inscribed, with quartz movement (2)

Width of watch head 2.3cm

£150-250

£200-300

204 EY664/1 BOUCHERON - an 18ct gold cased Reflet wrist watch with circular gilt dial gilt, Roman numerals, date aperture to six o’ clock, 18ct gold case, numbered AF115083, brown crocodile strap with Boucheron fittings and a new black leather strap with fittings, in a presentation box £1,500-1,800

203A EAC113/1 An Art Deco platinum mounted diamond set cocktail watch the circular dial with black Arabic numerals, within a round brilliant cut diamond set border, with similarly set shoulders, fitted to a woven cord style bracelet, with foldover clasp

205 EAA217/11 GURHAN - a pair of contemporary diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a collet set round brilliant cut diamond, within a broad planished border, suspending a tapering drop, terminating in a similarly diamond set terminal, with post and circular fittings, monogrammed and signed Length 5cm, estimated total diamond weight 0.34cts

£1,000-1,500

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206 EAA596/20 BULGARI - a modern sapphire and diamond set bracelet composed of flattened curb form links, interspersed by collet set oval cut sapphire cabochons, each flanked to either side by three channel set baguette cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip, signed and stamped 750 Length 17.5cm, estimated total weights: sapphires 22.00cts; diamonds 2.00cts

£4,500-6,500

207 EAA596/19 BULGARI - a modern pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earrings each of hexagonal design, collet set to the centre with an oval cut sapphire cabochon, within a border of graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, with hinged clip fittings, signed and stamped MADE IN ITALY 20KT BV156 Length 2.2cm, estimated total weights: sapphires 7.60cts; diamonds 1.20cts

£3,000-5,000

208 EAA596/12 ASPREY - a pair of contemporary 18ct gold mounted diamond and peridot set earrings each designed as a floral cluster, claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, within a petal shaped surround similarly set with marquise cut peridot, with post and butterfly fittings, contained in the original tooled deep red leather fitted case, stamped ASPREY Diameter 1.7cm

£600-800

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209 EAA596/16 ROLEX - a 1940’s Rolex Prince customised presentation wristwatch the 14k gold case with a rectangular face, split dials the main dial spelling ‘1/4 CENTURY CLUB’ and inscribed ‘Eaton’ to the centre, subsidiary seconds dial, the movement inscribed ‘Rolex Ultra Prima’ case back engraved ‘ROLEX 31 VICTOIRES De HAUTE PRECISION’ numbered 53954 1490. The rear of the case engraved inscription ‘ Presented to John H Devitt to mark a Quarter Century of Continuous Service, with the T Eaton Co. Ltd., 1919-1944’ Note: The T. Eaton Co. Limited was once Canada’s largest department store retailer. It was founded in 1869 in Toronto by Timothy Eaton, an Irish immigrant. Eaton’s grew to become a retail and social institution in Canada, with stores across the country, and a catalogue that was found in the homes of most Canadians. Eveything and anything could be bought from a teaspoon to a timber kit house. As this watch is a quality item, and bespoke by Rolex for the firm, the recipient must have been well thought of, possibly senior management

£4,000-6,000

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

Historically many gemstones have been subjected to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance. Certain enhancements, such as heating, are commonly used to improve colour or transparency in rubies and sapphires. Emeralds are also frequently treated, usually with oils or resin, for the same purpose. Other methods, including staining, coating or irradiation, may have been used on other gemstones. The international jewellery trade has generally accepted these methods. Heat enhancement of colour is usually permanent, however, in some cases, this may have an impact on the durability of the gemstone. Gemstones that have been oiled may require re-oiling after a number of years in order to retain their optimum appearance. It is Lyon & Turnbull’s policy to obtain gemmological reports from internationally recognised gemmological laboratories describing certain gemstones sold by Lyon & Turnbull. However, please note that there may not be consensus between different laboratories on the degrees or types of treatment for any particular gemstone. In the event that Lyon & Turnbull have been given, or have obtained, reports for any lot in the sale these reports will be mentioned in the catalogue description. However, it is not feasible for Lyon & Turnbull to obtain a gemmological report for each gemstone offered for sale by Lyon & Turnbull. If no report is published in the catalogue prospective buyers should assume that the gemstones may have been enhanced by some method. Prospective buyers should be aware that Lyon & Turnbull’s pre-sale estimates assume that gemstones may have been subjected to such treatments. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE APPROXIMATE AND IMAGES ARE NOT NECESSARILY EXACT SIZE OR TO SCALE.

DIAMOND GRADING TERMS

Where printed in the catalogue, estimated diamond grades for colour and clarity are intended as guides for prospective buyers. Lyon & Turnbull do not guarantee these estimated grades due to the limitations of mounts and settings.

DIAMOND COLOUR GIA

CIBJO

EXPLANATION

D

Exceptional White + (EW+)

Face up colourless Face down colourless

E

Exceptional White (EW)

F

Rare White + (RW+)

G

Rare White (RW)

H

White (W)

I/J

Slightly Tinted White (STW)

K/L

Tinted White (TW)

Face up slightly tinted Face down obviously tinted

M to Z

Tinted Colour (TC)

Face up obviously tinted Face down obviously tinted

Fancy

Fancy Colour

Face up definite colour

Face up colourless Face down slightly tinted

DIAMOND CLARITY GIA

CIBJO

EXPLANATION

Flawless (FL)

Loupe Clean (LC)

Shows no inclusions or blemishes under 10x magnification

Internally Flawless (IF)

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Shows no inclusions and only insignificant blemishes under 10x magnification

Very Very Slightly Included (VVS) VVS1 / VVS2

Very Very Small Inclusions (VVS) VVS1 / VVS2

Minute inclusions, which are difficult, even for an experienced grader, to locate under 10x magnification

Very Slightly Included (VS) VS1 / VS2

Very Small Inclusions (VS) VS1 / VS2

Minor inclusions, observable with effort under 10x magnification

Slightly Included (SI) SI1 / SI2

Small Inclusions (SI) SI1 / SI2

Noticeable inclusions under 10x magnification

Included (I) I1 / I2 / I3

Pique (P) P1 / P2 / P3

Obvious inclusions, visible to the unaided eye, face up. These may affect the stone’s beauty and durability.


Fine Jewelry & Watches 12/06/10

Auction Monday December 6th at 12 Noon Exhibitions: Thursday, December 2nd & Friday, December 3rd 10am-5pm Saturday, December 4th Noon-5pm Sunday, December 5th Noon-5pm Inquiries: kate waterhouse direct tel: 267.414.1230 kwaterhouse@freemansauction.com beau freeman direct tel: 267.414.1200 beaufreeman@freemansauction.com

Impressive lady's platinum and diamond necklace 1940s provenance: Property of the Herman E. Robinson Estate, Philadelphia PA. $150,000-250,000 (ÂŁ100,000-165,000)

ellen byrd direct tel: 267.414.1227 ebyrd@freemansauction.com

Catalogue $20

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PLATED WARES 220 EAA576/1 Military interest - a Welsh Dragon table lighter the silver plated body of the dragon finely formed with wick in mouth, a lighter in chest formed as an arrow, the large wings (one inscribed ‘YE DRAGON OF WANTLEY’) sweeping back over long twisted horn tail, raised on four silver plated feet overall length 57cm long

£300-500

221 EAC144/2 An Old Sheffield plated samovar the tapering body with engraved border and twin reeded C scroll handles, the reeded straight spout with ivory handle, on a slender stem and square base raised on four bracket feet

222 EAA418/7 A large silver plated butler’s tray of shaped rectangular outline with heavily gadrooned border with foliate details and twin large foliate loop handles, the centre engraved with armorials

33cm high

£200-300

£200-300

78cm wide (across handles)

223 EAA418/8 An Old Sheffield plated butler’s tray of shaped rectangular outline with running foliate and flower head border with twin handles formed as acanthus and flower head arches, the centre with chased scrolling and lattice work border and central armorial, the whole raised on four large paw feet 70cm wide across handles

£300-500

224 EAA418/20 A suite of silver plated entrée dishes comprising three shaped rectangular dishes with gadrooned rims with foliate and shell detail, the pull off domed covers with similar borders and engraved armorial and foliate loop handle; together with a small sauce tureen of oval baluster form with gadrooned rim and pull off domed cover (4) entrée dishes 28cm wide

£250-350

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225 EAA418/19 A silver plated soup tureen of oval outline the baluster body with engraved armorial, the everted gadrooned rim with shell detail, the twin handles with acanthus detail, raised on four large foliate and paw feet, the pull off domed cover with acanthus loop handle 38cm, wide (across handles)

ÂŁ300-500

226 EAA418/1 A pair of silver plated wine coolers of urn form with acanthus clasped borders and lower section with engraved armorials, the twin loop handles of fruiting vine pattern, raised on a waisted stem and spreading foot 35cm high

ÂŁ500-900

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EUROPEAN SILVER 227 EAA588/4 A Dutch table bell Netherlands, 1850, with .833 standard mark and maker’s mark L&K, the deep bell with embossed border of flower head and foliage below a beaded border, the upper section similarly embossed, the screw off facetted handle with embossed panels and bulbous finial

229 EAA503/2 A Continental gilt etui and chatelaine unmarked, the hinged clip with scroll formed border enclosing fine relief scenes of classical figures and lion masks, suspending a gilt etui with bloodstone panels to body and hinged cover, the interior fitted with spoon, fruit knife, scissors, pencil etc

232 EY158/100 A mid 18th century continental beaker probably Paris, the deep tapered bowl with everted rim and engraved shell and scroll borders with engraved girdle, raised on a small domed foot with roundel borders

18cm high

overall length 21cm

£400-600

£400-600

228 LB387/56 A Continental glass and silver overlaid scent bottle the tear drop shaped glass bottle with scrolling foliate pierced silver decoration over layed and with hinged domed cover

230 EY158/104 A rare French 18th/19th century tongue depressor indistinctly marked, the simple blade section with shaped spatula end with engraved initial MG, the pierced and chased terminal of stylised foliate outline with floral details

233 EAA543/4 A pair of Danish figural salts Hans Jensen, the salts formed as male and female figure seated in traditional dress (2)

11.5cm long

£150-250

13.2cm long

£200-300

10.5cm high, 8.5cm diameter

£400-600

£200-300 234 EAA543/3 A pair of Danish figural salts Hans Jensen, formed as fisher man and woman seated on a creel, the man playing an accordion the women holding a fish (2) £200-300

231 EY158/103 A rare 18th/19th century Italian button spacer indistinctly marked, the simple blade section with punched borders and engraved decorations with twin rectangular spacers, the terminal formed as a hand clasping a flowerhead 15.5cm long

£200-300

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ORIENTAL SILVER 235 LB387/37 A matched pair of Chinese export model gun ships unmarked, each modelled with masts and rigging and with vacant port holes, the decks lifting off, with some gilt details (2) 17cm long

£600-900 236 EAC72/3 A Chinese export vase marked KW and character mark, the tall vase with simple thin neck with flared rim, appled with lizard wrapped around, the main baluster body of panelled form with engraved foliate and birds within, resting on a simple domed spool foot 37cm high, 32oz

£600-900 237 EAA543/1 A pair of Chinese export salts each formed as a bucket with applied rope twist borders and engraved staves; together with a pair of cruets formed as native shoes, marked sterling 950, KUYEDA, of simple form with textured finish (4) £250-300 238 EAA543/2 A group of four Chinese export salts two traditionally formed as pagodas and two as rickshaws (4) £250-300

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239 EAC102/2 A Chinese export ‘bat’ spirit label unmarked, the bat with out stretched winges with chased and engraved details, with applied lettering for PORT, suspended from belcher link chain 9cm wide

£300-500

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RUSSIAN SILVER 241 EY337/1 A late 19th century Russian silver and enamelled salt Moscow 1885, maker A.K, of triangular and hexagonal form, the salt with three floral champleve decorated panels, and the other three with a traditional Russian quote, “Без соли, без хлеба – худая беседа”, translating as “Bread and salt are the soul of any conversation” supported on a spool support with open bracket supports, slight concave triangular base with three niches, two with Russian male head the other with a Russian lady, all on scrolling corbel supports and feet 8.5cm high Note: This proverb was often (and still is) inscribed on salt shakers, bread bowls, dishes, etc. and it means that bread and salt (symbols of giving strangers a warm welcome, an old Russian custom) will make your guests feel at home. It reflects Russian traditions of hospitality.

£4,000-6,000

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242 EAA400/219 A Russian silver Kovsch P Abrosimov, Moscow 18991908, of conventional form with engraved band 13cm long

£500-700 243 EAA400/220 A Russian silver sugar basket Moscow 1881, Fyedor Ivanov, of circular form, plain swing handle (marked) the bowl with sloping sides and engraved with arcaded panels all on three bun feet 12cm diameter

£400-400 244 EAA400/221 A Russian silver gilt and Niello decorated shallow beaker or salt Moscow 1835, P Sazikov, of shallow form, moulded rim, gilt and niello decorated border of rural scene; another beaker Moscow 1869, Alexander Matisyen, engine turned border, central cartouche with initials; and another smaller beaker with 84 and an indistinct double headed eagle mark 72mm diameter, 32mm deep; 68mm diameter, 76mm high

£200-300

245 EAA400/222 Two Russian silver tea glass holders and saucers Moscow 1908-26, Oresty Kurlukov, simple frame with leaf and floral border, angular handle, the saucer engraved ‘Souvenir de Mr et Mrs Kourlikoff’ 1911’ also with a porcelain cup, overglaze blue mark for Moscow factory, gilt border; together with another Russian silver tea glass holder and saucer, indistinct marks £300-500 246 EAA418/26 A Russian silver hunting spirit flask St Petersburg, circa 1900, of tapering form, screw off cover with chain, plain body in a leather sleeve 27cm

£200-300

7.5cm diameter

£200-300 249 EAA418/29 A matched pair of Russian silver salts St Petersburg, 1879, maker’s mark indistinct, assay master unrecorded, of circular form, angled sides with an engraved stylised border above a band of Cyrillic text above engraved lower border, and raised on three bracket feet and a pair of salt spoons (4) 6.5cm diameter

247 EAA418/27 A Russian silver and champleve enamel salt Moscow 1894, Alexander Smirnov assay master, maker’s mark of Ivan Khlebnikov, of circular form, slight inverted rim with enamel border of palmette motifs, disc foot 7cm diameter

£200-300

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248 EAA418/28 A matched pair of Russian silver salts St Petersburg, 1883, maker’s mark indistinct, assay master unrecorded, of circular form engraved stylised border above band of Cyrillic text above engraved lower border, and raised on a collet foot and a salt spoon (3)

£200-300 250-254 No lots


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MASONIC AND CONSTABLARY 255 LB387/36 A fine George III silver gilt masonic jewel Thomas Harper, London 1818, the circular central section with engraved motto within border enclosing five pointed star with sun mask to centre, the top and bottom sections with additional ribboned borders with mottos within 8cm high

£250-350

256 LB387/34 A George III masonic secretary’s jewel maker’s mark, London 1804, formed as two crossed keys with scrolling suspension above 9.5cm high

£200-300

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257 LB387/33 A mid Victorian masonic jewel London 1856, of circular outline with plain border, centrally set with sun motif with square and cornucopia, engraved to reverse Humber Lodge No. 65, Hull 56mm diameter

£150-250

258 LB387/31 A rare 17th century cut steel masonic pendant the finely pierced and engraved decoration showing masonic symbols and with scroll formed suspension loop 6.5cm wide

£250-350

259 LB387/47 An early pressed horn masonic box of rectangular form, the hinged cover with finely pressed masonic symbols and shaped thumbpiece

260 LB387/46 An 18th century bone masonic snuff box of rounded rectangular form with hinged cover carved with masonic symbols carved masonic symbols

9.35cm wide

9cm long

£250-350

£200-300

261 LB387/45 An early 19th century English transfer printed masonic beer jug unmarked, the baluster body with transfer of masonic arms and motto and to the opposing side masonic charts and symbols; together with a brass masonic dish; together with a leather cased set of steel masonic tools, the leather case with applied masonic emblem (3) jug 17.5cm high

£120-180 60

262 LB387/35 A pair of engraved masonic compasses retailed by Pender (of London), Birmingham 1932, of traditional form with engraved borders and detail, the hinged terminal with mask detail 16cm long

£250-350


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263 LB387/51 A Victorian masonic presentation snuff box Edward Smith, Birmingham 1847, of rectangular outline with engine engraved sides, the hinged cover with heavily cast border and presentation inscription 9cm x 6cm x 3cm Note: The presentation inscription to cover reads ‘presented to John H Gibbon PG by the Brothers of No30 lodge WUBD, in token of respect and gratitude for many kind services rendered by him to the lodge, Novr 15th 1847’

£300-500 264 LB387/50 A George III masonic pair cased pocket watch S Pemberton Birmingham 1818, the verge movement signed David Hudson, Otley, the large white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, the centre of dial with varicolored enamel masonic symbols 5mm diameter of dial

£300-500

265 LB387/49 A Victorian masonic cigarette box G Unite, Birmingham 1889, of larger rectangular form with engraved border of Greek key pattern with eight circular cartouches with masonic symbols, centrally engraved with monogrammed initials, the reverse of case engraved with crest of Blackheath Lodge No1320 13cm long

£200-300 266 LB387/32 An early Victorian gentleman’s watch fob the C scroll mounted with masonic sun in splendor symbol above the square cornelian matrix, the matrix engraved with initials RM £150-180

268 LB387/52 A Victorian gilt brass tipstaff with screw off crown finial above simple stem, the upper brass section inscribed H H Williams, Supt of Specials, the lower section inscribed Clerkenwell Divn 1868, separated by wooden grip 18cm long

£200-300 269 LB387/54 A fine silver mounted ebony tipstaff Edinburgh 1874, for the City of Edinburgh Police, the ebony baton applied with gothic borders, the finial cap with armorial of the City of Edinburgh, the terminal cap with Victorian cypher within garter, the central band engraved ‘Alexander Harris Depute Town Clerk 1865’ 11.5cm long

267 LB387/30 A group of five masonic emblems retailed by Pender London, Birmingham 1912, each finely engraved with foliate scrolling borders and featuring the emblem of the sun as finial / terminal, comprising square; pen case; plumb; level; and another (5) £500-700

£350-450 270 LB387/53 A Victorian Scottish tipstaff the plain silver cap inscribed V.R with crown above, the wooden grip with reeded band and lower terminal engraved ‘General Commissioner of Edinburgh Police 20th Ward’ 12.5cm long

£200-300

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HORSE RACING AND FOOTBALL 271 LB387/17 A late Victorian model of a jockey Hunt & Roskell, London 1890, the model standing with saddle under his arm, on simple circular base and raised on an ivory base with compressed bun feet 19cm high

ÂŁ800-1,200

272 EAA930/1 A George III silver and silver plated horse racing trophy bowl the silver collar S & C Young, Walker & Kitchen & Co, Sheffield 1815, finely chased with running scene of a horse race with crowd and landscape behind, the silver plated body of baluster form with engraved armorials and twin handles 35cm wide (across handles)

ÂŁ2,500-3,500

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273 EAA358/1 Equestrian interest, PERSIMMON - a fine silver gilt mounted horse hoof inkwell A Clark, London 1908, the hoof conventionally mounted with horse shoe to base and textured section to upper section, the hinged cover with engraved inscription, opening to reveal a simple glass inkwell, the hoof applied ‘PERSIMMON’ 14cm

£800-1,200

The cover engraved ‘’Foaled April 15th 1893 Died Feb 18th 1908, Winner of the Derby St. Leger and Eclipse Stakes, also the Ascot Gold Cup Provenance: Persimmon (18931908) was an exceptional thoroughbred race horse and sire, who held a brief but illustrious reign over the world of British horse racing. Born of the St. Simon progeny, Persimmon was bred and raced by Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (and afterward King Edward VII). Persimmon made his debut at Royal Ascot in the Coventry Stakes (1895), where he also earned the first of what would become a series of racing victories. Persimmon went on to win the Richmond Stakes in that same year, but the pinnacle of the stallion’s career came at the 1896 Epsom Derby, where Persimmon surged forward to beat his rival, St Frusquin, in a thrilling “neck and neck” showdown. This victory acquired additional significance as it was the first horse race ever to be filmed by Robert W. Paul and Birt Acres. Other major

wins included the 1896 St. Leger and Jockey Club Stakes, as well as the 1897 Ascot Gold Cup and Eclipse Stakes. However, Persimmon’s Ascot Gold Cup and Eclipse sweep came with a price- the hard turf in both races led to career-ending injuries in his hocks, at which point he was retired from the track and sent back to the stallion paddocks of Sandringham, where his stud fee was set at 300 guineas. Persimmon continued to achieve success off the racetrack with an impressive stud career, in which he proved a champion sire on four occasions and champion broodmare sire twice. Persimmon’s most outstanding offspring was the extraordinary filly, Sceptre, who won every classic race in 1902, except the Derby. In addition, Persimmon exerted considerable influence in the pedigrees of some American classic winners during the years of World War I. Despite the hazards of transAtlantic shipping during the war, many first-rate breeding animals were imported from England by

American breeders, including Persimmon’s daughters (Lisma, Dreamy II, and Perfect Peach) and sons (All Gold and Out of Reach), as well as his grandson Corcyra. In early January 1908, Persimmon fell and fractured his pelvis and thigh. The stallion never recovered from the injuries incurred in this accident and later died on 18 February 1908, at the relatively early age of fifteen. A life-size bronze statue by Adrian Jones has been erected in his memory at Sandringham, where it continues to inspire and influence the world of equestrian sport. Noteworthy Wins: Coventry Stakes (1895); Richmond Stakes (1895); Epsom Derby (1896); St. Leger (1896); Jockey Club Stakes (1896); Eclipse Stakes (1897); Ascot Gold Cup (1897) Awards: Leading sire in Britain and Ireland (1902, 1906, 1908, 1912); Leading broodmare sire in Britain and Ireland (1914, 1915, 1919)

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274 EAA524/1 Jimmy McNemeny - Scottish football cap, gold football medals and archive material to include; 1905 Scotland Cap; G.N.E.J.F.A 1900 - 1901 gold medal, won by Cabuslang Hibs; gold Glasgow Junior League Championship medal, won by Glencairn FC 1901 1902; Scotland V England gold medal 1910; SFA Scotland V England gold medal 1914; Celtic D.F.C, Prag 14 - 16 May 1911 gold medal; Canadian FA life members gold medal and Scots Canadian Football Tour 1921 gold medal; together with various photographs, newspaper clippings from various points in McNemeny’s career including team shots as player and trainer and also in Scotland strip and a gold plated half hunter pocket watch and a costume tie pin (qty)

Note: James “Jimmy” McMenemy (18801965) accomplished a prolific football career that spanned over twenty years with Celtic F.C. (19021920) and Partick Thistle F.C. (192023), in which he made 515 appearances, scored 168 goals, and amassed numerous victories and honours. During his time with Celtic F.C., McMenemy was part of the legendary squad that won the 1904 Scottish Cup Final by defeating the Rangers 3-2 (after being down 2-0). In addition, he was a member of the Celtic squad which achieved the impressive performance of winning five consecutive Scottish League championships (between 1905-6 and 1909-10 seasons), and four during the 1914-18 war. Jimmy went on to win an additional five Scottish Cup medals (1907; 1908; 1911; 1912; 1914) before leaving Celtic Park and later collecting another with Partick Thistle in 1921, which remains the club’s one and only Scottish Cup victory. McMenemy scored five goals for the Scotland national team, thus earning the nickname “Napoleon,” while also accumulating seven consecutive Glasgow Charity Cup successes (from 1911-12 till 191718), as well as many Glasgow Cup honours.

£3,000-5,000

275 EAA524/6 Harry McMenemy - three gold football medals to include Glasgow & District Intermediate FA, Consolodation cup 1928 1929 runner up medal won by Strathclyde FC; Glasgow Eastern Intermediate Charity Association 1929 - 1930, won by Strathclyde FC; Scottish Intermediate Football League, Eastern Division runners up 1930 - 1931, won by Strathclyde FC; together with a pair of bi color gold cufflinks inscribed to reverse HMcM (4) Note: Harry McMenemy followed the example set by his father, James “Jimmy” McMenemy, and embarked on his own professional football career with Newcastle Utd F.C. in the 1930s. During his time with Newcastle Utd, Harry was a member of the squad that defeated Arsenal (2-1) in the highly contested 1932 “Over the Line” FA Cup final. Arsenal led the match in the first half, 1-0, but Newcastle’s equaliser came after a long ball had appeared to go over the goal line, and out for a goal kick. Newcastle winger Jimmy Richardson nevertheless crossed the ball back into play and Jack Allen levelled the match for Newcastle. The referee ruled that the ball had not gone out of play, even through photographic evidence later showed that the ball had actually crossed the line, and the goal stood. Allen scored again in the second half to win the match, 2-1.

£800-1,200

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COLLECTABLES 276 EAA358/2 A modern cased travelling timepiece Birmingham 1929, the square case with cast border and engine decorated panels, hinged to reveal 8 day timepiece with tan dial and Arabic numerals £500-700 277 EZ325/35 Two silver mounted ‘Frog’ pin cushions Birmingham 1907, each modelled as a squatting frog or toad with webbed feet, one larger than the other 55mm and 45mm

£200-300 278 EAA270/25 An Asprey butt marker Asprey & Company (of London), Birmingham 1908, of plain form with hinged cover revealing three fold frame work holding nine numbered ivory markers £800-1,200

279 EY905/1 A Victorian Highland dirk the carved basket weave handle with studded detail and paste set pommel, leather covered scabbard with scalloped and engraved mounts and set with ensuite bi knife and fork

282 EY158/102 An early 18th century bodkin marked NCI / 1716 in large circular punch, of typical tapered form with integral loop and ring suspension

overall length 45cm

283 LB387/39 A scarce 18th century Church warden’s pipe maker’s mark only SP, the deep tapered bowl with engraved crest and motto within simple cartouche, the long two section stem with shaped ivory mouth piece

£500-800 280 LB387/40 A late Victorian mantle clock retailed by Aspreys, London 1889, the circular white enamelled dial with roman numerals, the simple drum case with scroll supports united by a heart shaped drop, the upper section with simple scroll formed borders and point dial 6.5cm diameter, overall height 14cm high

£500-800 281 EY158/101 A George III dish wedge Henry Chawner, London 1792, the frame with four stage wedge and foliate engraved initial H 10.5cm long

£150-250

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16cm long

£100-150

61.5cm long

£500-700 284 LB387/55 A combination telescope and etui unmarked, the cylindrical body with lens caps and covers, the pull off cover open to reveal fittings for pencil, knife etc (fittings lacking) 10.5cm long, 2.5cm diameter

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285 EAA307/3 Australian and HMS Bounty interest - an unusual coconut cup unmarked, the deep coconut shell bowl with three carved panels showing a native fisherman, mother and child gathering food, and a cannibalism campfire scenes, simple strap work flared upper rim, raised on a knopped stem and spreading foot rim with inscription 20cm high Note: The engraved inscription to foot reads ‘Cup used by Capt Bligh in the launch after the Mutiny on HMS ‘Bounty’ Provenance: Christies 1934 lot 83 (sale unknown) Arthur Churchill, 10 dover Street london bought on commission by descent to current owner sold with original letter and receipt from Arthur Churchill

£1,000-1,500

286 EAC144/3 Jacobite interest - an 18th century Continental silver gilt snuff box apparently unmarked, of scalloped shaped outline, the straight sides with chased floral and scroll decoration, the hinged over with scroll formed border with country scene of three figures within a landscape 7.5cm wide Note: Reputedly given by Prince Charles Edward Stuart to Lord Provost of Glasgow Aird Smith. Where by descent it in turned belonged to Mr Fairburn of Glasgow who sold it privately circa 1881 to the great Grandfather of the current owner.

£2,000-3,000

287 EY337/3 Jacobite interest - a Victorian horn box containing an earlier French locket with a lock of Prince Charles Edward Stuart’s hair the oval horn box with a pull off cover centrally set with a claw set citrine engraved above ‘PC’ and below ‘DUM SPIRO SPERO’, the interior of horn box set with a heart shaped French locket, with mid 18th century Paris control mark, with glazed front panel and lock of hair contained within Horn box 10cm long, French locket 3.5cm wide Exhibited: Provenance:Part of ‘Case of Stuart Relics &c.’ - Royal Treasures Exhibition 12th April - 15th May 1937.

£2,000-3,000

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288 EY337/2 An early silver mounted coconut cup unmarked, the deep coconut shell bowl with engraved armorial sheild, with applied scalloped rim inscribed ‘James Graham obyt 1650’, the interior of bowl silver gilt lined, raised on a knopped stem with spreading foot with scalloped rim 16cm high Note: This cup has been later inscribed in memory of James Graham, 5th Earl and 1st Marquis of Montrose (1612 - 1650). James Graham was an important and now considered rather romantic figure in Scottish 17th century history and after a long and indeed successful involvement in the Covenanting wars was hung in 1650. From 1638 Montrose was an active enforcer of the Covenant and served in the covenanter’s army in the bishops War. In 1640 - 1641 he was imprisoned by the Duke of Argyll. During Scotland’s intervention in the English Civil war James Graham was created Marquis and made Lieutenant General by King Charles. His prowess and brilliant military strategy were to prove of great note and with only a small force (of Royalist and Irish troops) would win six decisive battles between 1644 - 1645. In 1645 with the defeat of King Charles at Naseby, his support would dry out and would flee for sanctuary on the continent. Returning to Scotland in 1650 in support of King Charles II and indeed trying to make his rule a reality, an expedition that would later be disavowed by Charles. Montrose later surrendered himself, in belief of his safety, to Macleod of Assynt but was taken as prisoner to Edinburgh and on the 10th of May 1650 was sentenced to death by Parliament and was hung on the 21st May 1650.

£1,500-1,800

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MODERN SILVER 289 EAA588/3 A twin handled comport Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1944, the dish of shaped circular outline with heavy fruiting vine border and pierced inner panels, with twin loop fruiting vine handles and raise on a simple domed foot 42cm wide (across handles) 44.5oz

£700-900 290 EAC3/2 A modern tea and coffee pot Edwards and Sons (of Glasgow), Sheffield 1937, of simple form with tapered bodies, engraved with gothic initial B, the simple C scroll ivory handles with scroll terminals (2) 43oz

292 EAA528/4 A continental butler’s tray with London import marks 1930. of oval outline with evered pierced foliate rim with beaded boder, the central wooden section plain 57cm wide

£200-300 293 EAA865/9 A matched four piece tea service Birmingham 1925, water pot Birmingham 1928, comprising teapot, water pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each of plain tapered form with angular handles (4) water pot 25cm high combined weight 59oz

£400-600

£400-600 291 EAA518/1 A modern four piece tea service Birmingham 1932, comprising teapot, water pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each of canted rectangular form with simple plain tapered bodies, the canted angles with chased flower head and trailing foliate decoration, raised on simple feet and with angular handles (4)

294 EAA573/3 A novelty whisky decanter silver mounts by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1924, the cut glass body shaped as a tyre, with vacant centre, inscribed ‘When tyred, scotch’ the glass stopped with silver top formed as a spoked wheel

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25cm high, 18cm wide

£300-500

water pot 20cm high, combined weight 57oz

£500-700

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295 EAA528/1 A pair of three light candelabra Birmingham 1911, the tapered and knopped column above spreading square base with scroll corners, the central light supporting twin scroll arms with simple socket sconces and square drip pans (2) 36cm high

£250-350

296 EAB12/4 A pair of entrée dishes and covers T Bradbury & Sons, London 1906, of canted rectangular form with reeded borders, the pull off covers with simple twist off handles (2) 26cm wide, each 40oz

£500-800

296A EAA865/10 An Edwardian roll top chaffing dish Birmingham 1905, of traditional oval outline with domed roll top, opening to reveal inner liner and pierced grill plate, the main body with engraved scrolling decorations and vacant cartouches, the whole raised on four tapered supports with reeded detail 23cm high, 34cm wide, 95oz

£1,000-1,500

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CANTEENS, CUTLERY AND OTHER FLATWARE 297 EAA535/1 STUART DEVLIN - a fine modern canteen of cutlery Stuart Devlin, London 1971 - 1974, each with tapered textured handles with rounded terminals, comprising four serving spoons; twelve each of dessert spoons, soup spoons, table forks, dessert spoons, fish forks, dinner knives, cheese knives, fish knives (qty) approx 195oz weighable silver

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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298 EAC104/1 A large Dubarry pattern canteen Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1929, contained in an Art Deco style rosewood table three drawer canteen on square tapering legs, with an H stretcher; comprising two meat carvers, two poultry carvers, eleven table knives, twelve tableforks, twelve dessert knives, twelve dessert forks, two fish carvers, one butter knife, twelve fish knives, twelve fish forks, twelve dessert forks, six egg spoons, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, two sauce ladles, six serving spoons, one gravy spoon and a soup ladle, the knives with steel blades and ivory handles (qty)

300 EZ606/16 Naval interest - A matched set of twelve fruit knives and forks mainly Martin & Hall, Sheffield 1889, comprising twelve fruit knives and matching forks, with simple plain baldes and tines, the slightly flared tubular handles with floral and reeded banding engraved with he coat of arms of Cambridge, with ‘HMS CAMBRIDGE’ in banner bellow and naval crown surmounting (24)

303 EAA922/5P A canteen of Double struck King’s pattern George Adams, London 1854, comprising thirteen table spoons; twelve dessert spoons; fourteen dessert forks; thirty four table forks combined weight 203oz

£1,500-2,500

301 EAA922/5E Canteen of Victorian old English and Thread cutlery mainly London 1883, comprising twelve table forks and spoons and dessert forks and spoons and eleven teapoons (59)

304 EAA923/6 A matched Fiddle pattern canteen by various makers and dates, mainly London but some Edinburgh present, comprising table spoons, and forks, dessert forks and spoon, teaspoons, soup ladle; together with some ivorine handled knives and carvers; contained in a George III mahogany canteen on turned legs, with hinged top and drawer (qty)

combined weight 116oz

combined weight 114oz approx

£700-900

£1,000-1,500 305 EAB12/6 An unusual George III server E, London 1801, the hinged server with fork lower section and domed cover, with simple ivory shaped handle

approximately 145oz

302 EAA922/5A A part canteen of Hanoverian pattern cutlery mainly London 1857 to comprise twelve tablespoons, eleven desert spoons, eighteen tableforks, eleven desert forks, two sauce ladles, soup ladle, salad servers, and match silver plated salt spoons (qty)

£2,500-3,500

126oz

£3,000-5,000 299 EAA269/22 An Edwardian canteen Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, of ribbed Hanoverian pattern with engraved gothic initial B to terminal, comprising eighteen, tableforks, dessert forks, tablespoons, dessert spoon, one soup ladle and a pair of sauce ladles, contained in original two drawer oak canteen

£500-700

£700-900

27cm long

£300-500 306 EAB114/7 A George I basting spoon Jane Lambe London 1726, of Hanoverian pattern with engraved crest to reverse of terminal and short heel to bowl 38cm long, 6.5oz

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307 EY338/1 A Commonwealth period silver gilt slip top spoon maker’s mark R/W, London 1657, of conventional form with slightly flared stem with tradition slip end with engraved initials DW, the obverse of bowl with leopards head mark, the short rat tail to reverse of bowl with engraved female’s armorial within mantling, the obverse and reverse of the stem with later family inscription, contained in George III red morocco fitted case 16.9cm long, 1.53oz Note: Spoon: The later engraving to the obverse and reverse of stem reads ‘The christening spoon of Dorothy daughter of Sir Christopher Willoughby / and attendant on Mary Queen of Scots to her execution Feby 8..1586’ It would appear that when the later engraving was added to this spoon there was some confusion within the family as to which of two Dorothy Willoghbys the spoon related to. Within the family there was in fact a Dorothy Willoughby who attended Mary Queen of Scots at her execution and was born circa 1557. Maker: For an illustration of the probable maker struck to this spoon, see Jackson’s Silver & Gold marks (revised edition page 122) fifteenth mark in table, where noted on a seal top spoon.

£2,500-3,500

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SCOTTISH SILVER INCLUDING HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PHOENIX COLLECTION 308 EAC69/2 A pair of large George III serving spoons F Howden, Edinburgh 1807, of Old English pattern with engraved script initials N to terminal (2) 35cm long, 6.5oz

£400-600 309 EAC69/1 A George II hash spoon James Mitchellsone, Edinburgh 1748 (probably), Assay Master Hugh Gordon, of narrow ribbed Hanoverian pattern with engraved initials M/JW/JV to reverse of terminal, the bowl with large facetted heel 38cm long, 6oz

£1,000-1,500 310 EAC102/1 FORRES - a scarce Scottish provincial toddy ladle J & P Riach, marked IPR, tower, of Old English pattern with engraved initial C to terminal 18.5cm long, 47g Note: While this set of marks is often seen in good condition, the quality of these is remarkable. For an en suite example see Lyon & Turnbull Scottish Silver & Accessories 16th August 2010 lot 358

£1,200-1,800

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311 EAB114/6 Provincial / Colonial - a large basting spoon marked to lower stem makers IS struck four times, of long old English pattern with script initials CM to terminal and long facetted heel to reverse of bowl

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43.5cm long, 6oz

£200-300 312 EAA572/2 A Scottish Queen Anne tablespoon Charles Blair, Edinburgh 1709, Assay Master Edward Penman, the rounded terminal with engraved initials ‘RF / MC’ to reverse and bowl with long bold rat tail

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20cm long, 84.3g

£500-700 313 EAA572/1 A Scottish Queen Anne dognose spoon Richard Rae, Edinburgh 1706, Assay Master James Penman, the dognose terminal of wide rounded form with up turned ‘nose’, engraved to reverse with contemporary initials ‘IF / MMcF’ with later script initial ‘W’ below, the reverse of bowl with long simple rat tail 18.7cm long, 53.8g

£600-900

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314 EZ606/12 A Victorian crumb scoop Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1883, of conventional crescent form with long rat tail, with socket attachment to turned baluster wooden handle 31cm wide

£300-400 315 EAA400/31 An Aladdins Lamp inkwell and lighter Charles Robb & Son, Edinburgh 1859, traditionally formed with central inkwell with pull off cover, the point of lamp with lighter section, the whole with engraved borders and detail and with S scroll figural handle with griffin head details

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14.5cm long, 4oz

317 EAA418/10 A George IV swing handled bread basket J McKay, Edinburgh 1825, or simple rectangular outline with gadrooned rim, the centre with engraved armorial, the hinged swing handle with reeded decoration

£250-350

35cm wide, 44oz

316 EZ606/14 A William IV butter piggin J & W Marshall, retailed by Elder & Co, Edinburgh 1834, the tapered body with twin bands of incised reeding and twin waisted lugs 15cm wide across lugs, 7oz

£500-700

£400-600 318 EAA418/9 A George IV teapot, stand and sugar bowl William Marshall, Edinburgh 1824, the tea pot and twin handled sugar each of compressed baluster form with everted shell, flowerhead and scroll rims, with S scroll acanthus handles and raised on simple spool foot, together with a matched Sheffield 1817 teapot stand (lacking burner) (3)

319 EZ606/11 A George III salver George McHattie, Edinburgh 1810, of circular outline with gadrooned, shell and C scroll border, raised on three bracket feet with shell detail 25cm diameter, 19oz

£500-700 320 EAA400/139 A George III wine funnel Robert Gray (of Glasgow), Edinburgh circa 1805, of conventional form with baluster shallow bowl with pull off muslin ring and lower curved spout section, with engraved crest and initial 12.5cm high, 3oz

£600-800

teapot 17cm high, combined weight 50oz

£300-500

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321 EAB55/62 A George II sugar bowl James Mitchell 1750 - 1751 Edinburgh, Assay Master Hugh Gordon, the deep hemispherical bowl with everted scalloped rim with chased foliate scroll details and running flower head borders, raised on a stepped domed foot 13cm diameter, 8oz Note: As with the marks of John Main and James Mitchelson there has long been confusion with the attribution of this maker’s mark. It is now firmly ascribed to James Mitchell. James Mitchell’s marks along with James Welsh are the only maker’s marks in Scotland to include a figure within the punch. It has long been debated what these figures are holding, a bag of coinage, precious metal, or tool of the craft, There seems little doubt it does signify a connection with the craft and trade. Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, illustrated plate 7, listed page 61

£600-900

322 EAB55/20 A pair of George II candlesticks by James Kerr, Edinburgh 1745 - 1746, Assay Master Hugh Gordon, the simple socket sconces above facetted and knopped baluster stems, raised on domed quatrefoil bases with spiralled shell decoration to corners, on stepped rim (2) 20cm high, 11.5cm wide at base, 17.5oz and 18.5oz each Note: The survival of cast George II Scottish candle sticks is unusually small, when compared to the much larger survival of English examples. One theory for this has always been that Scottish makers would have retailed these types of wares rather than made them, so they would carry the mark of their English maker rather than Scottish retailer. With the rise of specialist candlestick makers south of the border it seems a credible

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explanation. However the style, proportion and decoration of these sticks is rather unusual and definitely points to a Scottish design and manufacture. The fluid spiralled shell details to the bases and proportions of the slender stems, while reminiscent of English examples is rather quirky in its designs, so there is little doubt these were made in Scotland rather than just retailed. The placement of the marks to the underside of the plain foot rim in the domed angles is obviously trying to mirror that of English examples but the thin applied foot rim allows little space and the marks are often off struck. While James Ker would be an obvious candidate for retailing English wares (with his family and political connections in London) he is by the same token a very likely candidate to have made them being perhaps Edinburgh’s premier goldsmith of the era. Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, illustrated plate 10, listed page 98

£4,000-6,000


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323 EAB55/64 A George II mug Edward Lothian, as maker and Assay Master, Edinburgh 1742 - 1743, the baluster body with flared rim and on stepped foot, with S scroll handle with plain thumb piece and shaped terminal

324 EAB55/43 A George II cream boat James Mitchell, Edinburgh 1740 - 1740, Assay Master Dougal Ged, of shaped oval outline with slightly baluster body, the everted scalloped rim with chased scroll and flower designs, the wide spout with lattice and scale border flanking shell motif, with leaf capped S scroll handle and raised on three paw feet with trefoil terminals

9cm high, 6.5oz

19cm long, 7oz

Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, listed pages 365 - 366

Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, illustrated plate 46, listed page 176

£700-900

£1,500-2,500

325 EAB55/37 A George II mug by Dougal Ged, Edinburgh 1734 - 1735, Assay Master Archibald Ure, the body of slight baluster form with slightly flared rim and engraved crest and motto, resting on a socle foot, with simple S scroll handle with plain thumb piece 7.5cm high, 4.5oz Heraldry: With crest and motto of VIRTUTI FORTUNA COMES Fortune is the attendant of virtue for MAYNE of Powis and Logie, Clackmannanshire, derived from the MAINS of Lochwood, Co. Stirling Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, illustrated plate 54, listed page 363

£800-1,200

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ST. PAUL’S CHURCH OF SCOTLAND SILVER 326 EAA523/1A A matched pair of George III Scottish communion cups one by Robert Gray (of Glasgow/Edinburgh 1802, the second by Walter R Chrichton, Edinburgh 1842, the deep tapered bowls with twin presentation inscription with two C scroll handles with raised thumbpieces, raised on a waisted stem and spreading domed foot with reeded rim (2) 23.5cm high, each 24oz Note: With presentation inscription ‘Presented by the family of Rev’d Dr Balfour to the Rev’d Dr Forbes and the Session & Congregation of St Pauls Free Church Glasgow 1843’ and with verse ‘Ps cvii. 12. 13’ and the other with Greek insciption Provenance: St. Pauls Free Church, Glasgow St. Paul’s Church of Scotland, Provanmill Glasgow

327 EAA523/1 A pair of Scottish George III communion cups Walter R Chrichton, Edinburgh 1842, the deep tapered bowls with twin presentation inscription with two C scroll handles with raised thumbpieces, raised on a waisted stem and spreading domed foot with reeded rim (2)

328 EAA523/2 A pair of Sheffield plate communion flagons unmarked, the slightly flared bodies with presentation inscriptions, raised on a domed foot and with acanthus capped S scroll handles with heart terminals, the hinged domed covers with bud finials (2)

23cm high, each 24oz

Note: With presentation inscription ‘Presented by Miss Helen Tennent to the Revd Dr Forbes and the Session & Congregation of St Pauls Free Church Glasgow 1843’

Note: With presentation inscription ‘Presented by Miss Helen Tennent to the Rev’d Dr Forbes and the Session & Congregation of St Pauls Free Church Glasgow 1843’ and with verse ‘Ps cxvi. 12. 13’ and ‘Matthew XI. 28’ St. Pauls Free Church, Glasgow St. Paul’s Church of Scotland, Provanmill Glasgow

33cm high

329 EAA523/4 A 19th century pewter baptismal bowl J Wylie of Glasgow, of typical form with large outer rim inscribed ‘St Pauls Free Church ‘ and plain central bowl 39.5cm diameter St. Pauls Free Church, Glasgow St. Paul’s Church of Scotland, Provanmill Glasgow

£300-500

Note: St. Pauls Free Church, Glasgow St. Paul’s Church of Scotland, Provanmill Glasgow

£400-600

£1,200-1,800

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IRISH SILVER 330 EAC1/3 A George III Irish sauceboat William Johnson, Dublin 1800, the deep plain body with slight everted rim an wide spout, with double S scroll handle and raised on three shell terminated hoof feet 18.5cm long, 5oz

£300-500

331 EAC1/4 A pair of Irish George II sauceboats Thomas Johnston, Dublin 1762, each of large slightly baluster form with plain bodies with beaded rims and raised on three foliate capped scroll hoof feet, with muscular S scroll handle with acanthus cap, each with scratch weights 13:12 and13: 5 to base (2) 20cm wide, combined weight 25oz

£2,000-3,000

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332 EAC1/2 A George II Irish sauce boat Richard Calderwood (possibly), Dublin circa 1740, the shallow body with everted scalloped rim and wide spout, with S scroll acanthus capped handle and raised on three shell terminal scroll legs, the base engraved with scratch weight 7-18 19cm long, 7.5oz

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ANTIQUE ENGLISH SILVER 333 EAA573/2 A crocodile fitted travelling case Mappin & Webb London1904, the crocodile case fully fitted with silver mounted accessories, including traveling time piece, boxes, jars, brushes etc, also with further boxes in crocodile leather

18cm diameter, 12.5oz

£800-1,200

£700-900

336 EAA558/1 A late Victorian dish ring London 1895 (maker’s mark rubbed), of conventional form with pierced and embossed decoration of country scenes and figures, with wreath formed cartouche with crest engraved within, with later blue glass liner

339 EY158/105 A pair of Victorian silver gilt bon bon dishes the bases London 1875, the rims London 1818, the oval outline with pierced lobed decoration, the upper rim with engraved scrolling border, raised on simple domed spreading oval foot and with star cut based glass liners (2) 12cm wide

334 EAA548/1 A Victorian chamberstick Martin & Hall, Sheffield 1897, the shaped circular pan with gadrooned rim and engraved crest, the centrally set sconce with similar border, set with S scroll handle and conical snuffer 15cm diameter

337 EAC17/3 A Victorian four piece tea service Martin & Hall, London 1888, comprising water jug, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with baluster body and semi spiralled panels with alternating foliate and floral decorations (4)

£150-250

water jug 23cm high, combined weight 51oz

335 EAA588/1 A Victorian pierced comport Fox & Fox, London 1895, the deep raised bowl with alternating panels of oval and quatrofoil piercing, with everted rim with scroll and flowerhead border, raised on a waisted stem and domed pierced spreading foot 32cm wide, 23oz

£400-600

£300-500

£250-350 340 EAA588/2 A Victorian swing handled basket London 1875, of shaped circular outline, the shallow dish of lobed form with engraved trellis and foliate decoration, with a cast scroll border and with hinged swing handle, raised on a spreading lobed foot 26cm diameter, 19oz

338 EAA269/4 A Victorian silver gilt snuffer tray C T Fox & G Fox, of rounded rectangular form with everted scalloped rim above an arched and chased border, with monogrammed initials to centre; together with a silver gilt Victorian communion plate (2)

£400-600

snuffer tray 22cm wide, combined weight 9oz

£250-350

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341 EAA418/6 A William IV soup tureen Kitchen, Walker & Curr, Sheffield 1833, of panelled oval outline with baluster body, the heavily gadrooned border with with foliate details and engraved armorial, the twin handles with spreading foliate decoration eminating around body, raised on four large scrolling foliate bracket feet, the pull off domed cover with large foliate loop handle and engraved crest 31cm high, 43cm wide (across handles), 155oz approx

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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342 EAA269/14 A George III brandy warmer SH or HS, London 1810 the simple bellied body with sparrow beak spout and socket set turned wooden handle 17cm long

£300-350

343 EAA418/2 A George III teapot Paul Storr, London 1810, of compressed form with reeded girdle and gadrooned borders and rims, the body with engraved crest and armorial, the large spout with acanthus details, C scroll handle with foliate thumbpiece, the slightly domed hinged cover with foliate hinge and bun finial 11.5cm high 20.5oz

£400-600

344 EAA251/3 A set of four graduated George III tumbler cups SS, London 1808, the stacking group of conventional plain form largest diameter 71mm, combined weight 13.5oz

£1,500-2,500

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345 EAB547/3 A George III silver tray Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, of shaped circular outline with gadrooned rim, raised on three scroll feet 38cm diameter 50oz

ÂŁ600-900

346 EAA400/138 A George III chamber stick John Emes, London 1807, the square base with ovolo border and centrally set with knopped stem with pull out square sconce with ovolo border, the single loop handle with oval thumbpiece and conical snuffer attached by chain base 9cm wide, 4oz

ÂŁ300-400

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347 EAA573/4 A George III tea caddy Henry Chawner, London 1792, of lobed form with wriggle engraved bands to body, the flush hinged domed lid with similar borders and engraved shield cartouche, with ivory finial 15cm high, 10.5oz

£500-700

348 EAA269/18 A George III salver Richard Rugg, London 1782, of circular outline with beaded and acanthus rim, the centre with engraved trailing foliate border and with large vacant star cartouche, raised on four claw and ball feet 36cm diameter, 43oz

£500-800

349 EAA400/19 A George III salver T Watson (possibly) London 1784, the circular tray with beaded rim and border, engraved to centre with armorial shield, raised on three simple beaded bracket feet

350 EAA400/137 A George III strainer Thomas Wallis, London 1772, the shallow bowl with reeded rim and pierced designs, with twin shaped loop handles with scrolling details 24cm wide, 3oz

£600-900

19cm diameter, 8oz

£300-500

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351 EAA418/4 A George III ewer I.B / W.B (see Grimwade 3626) London 1773, of baluster form with semi spiralled decoration with floral garlands and border, the wide spout similar decorated, the S scroll handle with foliate detail and cane work covering, the hinged cover with spiralled foliate decoration and a wrythen finial 26cm high, 24.5oz

£600-900

352 EAA269/21 A pair of George III wick trimmer / candle snuffers London 1772 (maker’s mark indistinct), the scissor actions with chased reeded and flower head designs, with crest and initials engraved 16.5cm long

£250-350 353 EY158/98 A George III tumbler cup London 1767, maker’s mark indistinct, of conventional form with straight sides and rounded base 6cm diameter

£300-400

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354 EAA418/5 A George III tea urn maker’s mark IB within a rectangle, London 1766, the inverted pear shaped body with sei spiralled fluting and trailing foliate designs, with twin S scroll handle with cane work, the straight spout with simple wooden spigot handle with cast serpent detail trailing with figural terminal, the whole raised on a domed base with pieced swags and raised on three scrolling leaf capped feet 56cm high, 115oz

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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355 EAA400/136 A pair of George III candlesticks Roger Hare (probably), London 1763, the knopped baluster stems with acanthus capping and scroll foliate details, the simple sconce with ropetwist border and pull out shell pan with shell details to corner, the spreading quatro foil bases with shell detail to corners and stepped rim (2) 27cm high, each 20oz

£3,000-5,000

356 EY158/99 An early George III tumbler cup London 1761, maker’s mark worn, of conventional small form with straight sides and domed base 5.5cm diameter

£300-500

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357 EAA269/19 A George II snuffer stand John Cafe, London 1747, the shaped rectangular base with moulded rim with shell pointed details, simple C scroll handle with acanthus leaf cap, raised on four simple feet 18.5cm wide, 10oz

ÂŁ300-500

358 EAA418/3 A George II cup and cover Richard Gurney & Co London 1746, the deep body with simple reeded girdle and engraved armorial with twin S scroll handles with leaf capping, raised on a simple domed spreading foot, the associated domed pull off cover with bun finial 36cm high, 80oz

ÂŁ1,000-1,500

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359 EAA269/20 A George II snuffer tray John Cafe, London 1744, of shaped rectangular outline with moulded pointed borders, the C scroll handle with moulded thumb piece, raised on four hoof feet 18.5cm, 9oz

ÂŁ250-350

360 EAA931/1 A rare English provincial George I octagonal teapot John Carnaby, Newcastle 1721, of octagonal form with domed hinged cover and facetted straight spout, with simple C scroll wooden handle and raised on a simple collar foot 16cm high, 11.5oz

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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361 EAA400/135 A Queen Anne caster Charles Adams, London 1705, the simple baluster body with plain moulded rim and resting on domed spool foot, the domed pull off cover with fine piercing and bun finial 18.5cm high, 7.5oz

£1,500-1,800

362 EAC1/1 A Charles I small porringer London 1641, maker’s mark indistinct, of typical form with semi spiralled lower section with engraved foliate and arch border above, the upper section fo boy with gadrooned girdle and engraved initials ‘RN / MH’ with twin S scroll handles 6.9cm high, 3.4oz

£600-800 END OF SALE

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

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6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a lot is sold you will: (a) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. We accept cash, bank transfer (details on request), Switch or Debit Cards and Visa or MasterCard (please note there is a surcharge of 1.5% (VAT included) when using credit cards). We do not accept American Express. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied.

retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on their behalf pursue these rights and remedies only as far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these Conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS

(2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and other associated charges.

While prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we shall if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer or our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY

(4) It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom.

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and to you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due.

8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on their behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that lot and/or any other lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to

12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. STANDARD VENDOR FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% of the first £3000 and 10% thereafter is charged on the selling price of each lot (subject to a minimum charge of £30). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: max £40 mono per lot, max £250 colour. Internet Service: £10 per lot. (2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a catalogued lot, a withdrawal fee will apply at the auctioneer’s discretion; this will be charged at 10% mid estimate. 15. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) While we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements

by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents or the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 16. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer's premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 18 (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. Scottish law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.


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Arrangements for Sold Lots All bought items will be held free of charge at Broughton Place until the Friday following the sale. Thereafter lots will be removed to store in Edinburgh and a charge incurred. Administration fee: £20 + VAT Storage charges per lot per day are: Large Items £5 inc. insurance + VAT Small Items £2.50 inc. insurance + VAT Catering Refreshments will be available at the saleroom on view days and day of sale.

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Fine Jewellery & Silver Auction - 30th November 2010