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Silver and Jewellery Tuesday, 27th November and Wednesday, 28th November, 2012 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh


Silver Tuesday, 27th November, 2012 at 11am

Jewellery Wednesday, 28th November, 2012 at 11am

Sale Number LT348

Viewing London 88 St. James’s Street SW1A 1PL Monday, 5th November 10am - 5pm (highlights only) and Tuesday, 6th November 10am - 5pm Edinburgh 33 Broughton Place EH1 3RR Sunday, 25th November 2pm - 5pm Monday, 26th November 10am - 5pm Mornings of sale from 9am Specialists Trevor Kyle Colin Fraser Ruth Davis

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Silver Lots 1-323 Tuesday, 27th November at 11am


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

Lot Numbers

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COINS & MEDALS

7-21

SILVER PLATE

22-67

FOREIGN SILVER & METALWARES

68-83

COLLECTABLES & OBJECTS OF VERTU

84-139

SCOTTISH SILVER

140-219

MODERN SILVER

220-323

ANTIQUE SILVER

PLEASE NOTE: Illustrations are not necessarily to scale.

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

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Coins & Medals 1 FE70/5 A group of three sovereigns 1891, 1911 and 1912 (with soldered suspender) (3)

3 FE181/1 Two half sovereigns 1911 and 1914 both VF (2) £200-300

£700-900 2 FE70/5A Two half sovereigns 1897 and 1915 (2) £300-400

4 FE105/2 A collection of coins to include a Scottish Alexander III penny; various pre 1947 silver and foreign coins (qty)

5 FD196/9 A collection of world coins to include various Chinese cash coins; ancient Roman base metal issues and various modern European coinage; also with a small group of medallions (qty)

6 FD638/1 A South Atlantic medal awared to 24167742 BDR J McC G CLELLAND, EF £200-300

£100-120

£120-180

Silver Plate 7 FE184/194 An extensive silver plated canteen marked Heritage plate, comprising table knives, side knives, carving set, serving spoons, table forks, dessert forks, fish knives and forks, soup spoons, coffee spoon and tea spoons and table spoons, all in fitted two drawer canteen with serpentine front and cabriole legs

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£120-180 8 FE105/14 A pair of silver plated five light candelabra the square base with foliate decoration beneath a plain tapered column with square foliate knops, the reeded branches terminating in four sconces of foliate decoration and a central one of similar design (2) 45.5cm high

9 FE184/177 A pair of 17th century style silver plated twin light wall sconces the back plate heavily decorated with cherubs holding a basket of fruit with garlands with all over fruit and swag decorations, twin S scroll arms branches with foliate drip pan and acanthus sconces (2)

10 FC985/6 A large pair of silver plated communion flagons the straight sided cylindrical bodies on stepped spreading foot and with fluted short spout and reeded S scroll handle, the bodies inscribed in Gothic script ‘St Pauls (South) Parish Church Dundee’, with domed hinged covers and urn finial (2)

£200-300

36cm high

42cm high

£300-500

£400-600

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11 FC985/7 A pair of silver plated communion flagons FW & Co, the slightly flared cylindrical bodies with short spout and slender S scroll handle, raised on a flared stepped base and with domed hinged cover (2) 40cm high

£200-300


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

12 FE100/6 A pair of silver plated entree dishes and covers Elkington & Co, of shaped rectangular outline with gadrooned and floral border, the lift off cover with similar decoration an twist off foliate handle (2) 27cm wide

£150-250

13 FD628/6 An old Sheffield plate argyle unmarked, of typical form, the waisted body with twin spout and gadrooned rim 17cm high

£200-300

14 FC985/8 A set of four silver plated communion plates unmarked, of circular outline with dished central well and gadrooned rim, raised on four foliate decorated lion paw feet, contained in a fitted wooden storage trunk

15 FE105/13 A silver plated breakfast dish of conventional ovoid form with hinged cover and raised on fluted supports; together with a silver plated entree dish of rectangular outline with reeded border and foliate details (2)

Diameter 45.4cm and 26cm

41cm diameter

£150-180

£200-250

£200-300

16 FE100/27 A large 19th century Sheffield plate salver of circular outline with scalloped rim, silver armorial to centre on four scrolled and leaf clasped feet, together with a smaller example

17 FE100/43 An old Sheffield plate tea pot Matthew Boulton, of baluster form with gadrooned and foliate decoration to the upper rim on four ball feet and ‘c’ scroll handle, together with a matched teapot of similar design and a Sheffield plate coffee pot of plain form with engraved crest, on a circular foot (3) £200-300

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18 FE100/9 A pair of Sheffield plated baskets marked PA, ET, NT, bell, the fluted bodies with everted gadrooned rim with fruiting vine leafs, wirework swing handle with acanthus and ball detail; together with a pair of plated wine coasters, bold fruiting vine border and wooden bases (4) Baskets 23cm diameter

ÂŁ200-300

19 FE100/25 A pair of Sheffield plated wine coolers unmarked, the simple bucket forms with engraved crest and armorial with twin lion mask and ring handles (2) 20cm high

ÂŁ300-500

20 FD649/7 A late Victorian silver plated and engraved glass claret jug the baluster glass body engraved with three heron in flight, on star cut base, the plated mounts and handle with intertwined foliate decoration and S scroll handle, the hinged cover with pierced thumbpiece 28cm high

ÂŁ150-250

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

21 FE17/57 A novelty silver plated Walrus decanter the hinged head naturalistically formed with glass eyes and ivory tusks, the moulded glass body with simple mounts and handle and tail to terminal 35cm long

£700-1,000

Foreign Silver & Metalwares

22 FD686/1 An American fruit bowl marked Regency, STERLING, the tapered bowl with scalloped rim and embossed pendant swags and floral plaques, the centre of bowl with script initial D, raised on a pedestal foot 31cm diameter, 24.5oz

£300-400

23 FE100/20 A cased set of silver gilt American berry spoons London import marks 1901, Chrysanthemum pattern, comprising a pair of large serving spoons, a pair of smaller serving spoons, a sugar shovel and a spoon, each of double struck flowerhead and foliate design with large bowls, in original fitted case Large serving spoon 24cm long, combined weight 15.5oz

£300-500

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Combined weight 12oz

27 FE95/8 New York - an American baluster cream jug Daniel C Feuter, marked DCF twice, N / YORK, of baluster form with embossed foliate and flowerheads, with C scroll formed cartouche inscribed ‘to Grace Dundas Colt from her Uncle and Godfather....’ with simple spout and acanthus clasped S scroll handle

£150-250

9.5cm high, 6.4oz

24 FD440/5 An American ruler marked S.KIRK & SON STERLING, consisting of a twelve inch rule with floral decoration; together with an American pierced basket with swing handle; and an American pierced oval basket, and a Birmingham christening mug, William Adams 1909 (4)

30 FC840/22 A French wine taster with shallow hemispherical bowl with domed central and spiralled decoration, loop handle with plain thumbpiece, inscribed J.LONGERON; together with a Danish cast figural spoon and a German dessert spoon (3)

31 FE1/44 A tortoiseshell and micro mosaic snuff box of rectangular outline with waisted sides, the hinged cover centrally set with micromosaic panel of a classical ruin within a red border and gilt mount

Combined weight 8oz

£200-250

7.5cm wide

£200-300

£200-300 25 FE100/37 Cartier - an American child’s porringer marked Cartier, made in USA STERLING, of shallow straight sided form with engraved numbers alphabet and nursery rhymes, with pierced handle; together with Cartier child’s mug of simple from with engraved figures and a small can mug with S scroll handle by Gorham (3) Porringer 16cm wide, combined

28 FD415/1 A 19th century German goblet the deep tapered bowl with embossed hunting scene in landscape with gadrooned lower section above a knopped stem and spreading foot 17.5cm high, 7.8oz

£200-300

8cm wide, 65g

26 FE12/2 An American three piece tea set marked 925S, STERLING, AXS, comprising teapot, covered sugar box and milk jug, each of canted form with embossed foliate and scroll panels (3)

29 FE197/1 A French silver mounted glass decanter Robert Linzeler, Paris circa 1900, the slender fluted baluster glass body with foliate embossed collar, spout and hinged cover, the reeded C scroll handle with acanthus details, the lower section of the body with pierced arch and foliate details on a simple spreading foot

Teapot 16cm high, combined weight

32cm high

29.5oz

£800-1,200

weight 11oz

£200-300

£400-600

32 FE1/118 A Continental snuff box indistinctly marked, of oval shape with engraved border and circular cartouche, the flush hinged cover similarly decorated £150-200

33 FD636/21C A Continental silver and gilt niello decorated snuff box marked indistinctly to inside cover, of rectangular form, the hinged lid with central panel depicting the ‘Duomo di Milano’ within foliate border, the base with panels and cartouche of foliage 8cm wide

£150-180

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34 FC85/32 A cased silver gilt and gem set desk set marked 935, comprising; an inkwell, desk seal, blotter, quill holder and propelling pencil, all silver gilt and engraved with harp motif set half pearls and gems £200-300

35 FE100/26 A continental pierced charger London import marks 1898, of circular outline with cast and pierced scroll border with cherub masks, the central section with embossed scene of cherub and pelican within a landscape 23.5cm diameter, 11.7oz

£120-180

36 FE1/43 An ebonite snuff box the gilt lining with indistinct French marks, of circular outline with pull off cover, the cover set with a watercolor portrait of a military officer within a foliate frame 7.5cm diameter

£150-200 37 No lot

38 FD490/1 A canteen of continental cutlery marked 800, comprising twelve table forks, eight table spoons, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks, eight tea spoons; with twelve table knives and six dessert knives; together with a continental set of five tea spoons (qty)

39 FD654/11 Two continental cut glass and silver mounted salts the spreading bases with engraved details with flared scalloped rimmed glass bodies, with matched spoons (4) £200-300

40 FD656/24 A Continental enamel snuff box London import marks 1907, of rectangular outline with pink guilloche enamel cover and sides and cover with applied basket of flowers with enamel details 8cm wide

£200-300

Weighable silver 80oz

£700-900

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41 FD688/50 A continental basket import marks 1905, of oval form with pierced lattice decoration to sides and twin handles, threaded scalloped rim with ribbon decoration, plaque to front with head of classical figure, similar plain plaque to rear, all on four bracket feet 53cm wide (across the handles), 69oz

£1,400-1,600

42 FE100/29 A Continental tea caddy Chester import marks 1902, of canted rectangular form with embossed classical scenes of figures within floral garlands, raised on four paw feet 10cm high 8.7oz

£120-180

41 FD636/21A A 19th century French enamel, gold pique and tortioseshell bonbonniere the circular cover mounted with a miniature portrait of a young woman after JeanBaptiste Greuze, within a two tone gold inlaid border against a cream and pink enamel ground, the interior of tortoiseshell 9cm diam

£400-600

44 FE53/9 A pair of Continental bird formed pepperettes with London import marks 1890, naturalistically formed as a standing bird with engraved textured feather detail and twin glass eyes, the pull off headed revealing a pierced grille (2) 14.5cm long, combined weight 7.6oz

£800-1,000

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45 FE12/1 A Danish coffee pot marks indistinct circa 1787/1823, the straight sided cylindrical body with engraved borders, simple tapered spout, with socket set turned wooden handle 20cm high, 17.4oz

£300-500

45A FC87/18 A late 19th century figure of a winged putto Dutch circa 1890, import marks for London 1903, modelled as standing putto piercing a heart with an arrow, on a circular socle base; together with a Victorian childrens rattle, George Unite, Birmingham 1853; the baluster body embossed with floral motifs and acanthus leaves, with lower smaller baluster section, all with bells (two lacking) with whistle terminal and coral teether; a 19th century Dutch vinaigrette, indistinctly marked, modelled as a cello, the main back board hinged and with pierced S scrolls and all over decoration of figures and foliage (3) 90mm high, 12.5cm high, 11.5 cm

46 FE12/3 A modern Danish sugar and cream of slight baluster form with reeded rims and resting on moulded foot, with fluted handles (2) 4.5cm high, combined weight 4.7oz

£200-220 47 FE184/126 A miniature Viennese enamel ewer and stand apparently unmarked, the ewer of classical form with lobed lower section and cast figural grotesque handle, the stand of shallow circular form with central well for foot, each piece profusely decorated with classical figures and landscapes (2)

48 FE553/60F A Dutch glass swing handled basket the scalloped cut glass body with star cut base, with swing handle engraved with foliate decoration; together with a group of cut glass and silver mounted condiments (some A/F) (qty) Basket 33cm wide

£250-350

ewer 11cm high, stand 12cm

49 FE184/195A A group of Danish and continental flatware all silver gilt with enamel details and decoration, to include cake slice, tea spoons, pickle forks, serving spoon etc; together with a continental spice box and a modern marrow scoop

diameter

combined weight 10oz

£600-800

£120-180

long

£300-500

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50 FB125/30 A case set of Indian teaspoons and sugar sifter marked HANHART & Co ALLAHBAD, comprising six teaspoons and sugar sifter with stylised thistle terminals, in fitted case £100-120 51 FC920/37 A Tibetan silver mounted wooden bowl unmarked, the shallow bowl with silver lining and rim, on a short foot with embossed collet setting 147.5cm diameter

£100-150 52 FC920/36 An Indian white metal chalice unmarked, the main bowl of deep form, above a simple stem with domed foot, the bowl and foot with embossed decoration of countryside views

54 FD440/4 An Indian white metal drinks tray of rectangular outline, the central wooden base framed in a white metal surround with lobed sections decorated with typical Indian embossed decoration, with twin dragon formed loop handles 57cm wide

£400-600 55 FD705/3C A group of Indian metalwares to include a pair of serving spoons, tea strainer and stand, two saucers and three rice bowls, all with engraved and embossed designs (8) £200-300

11cm high, 66.5g

56 FE100/47 An eastern candle holder the flared scalloped dish on simple short stem all with profuse chased foliate and scroll decoration,, together with an associated cover (2)

£150-200

11cm diameter

£80-120 53 FD440/6 A collection of Indian and Eastern metalwares to include two rice bowls with embossed decoration; a coin formed napkin ring; a pepper pot, napkin ring and open salt all with typical decoration, together with a three piece plated tea set with elephant and foliate decoration (qty) £150-250

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57 FE184/193 A suite of Persian silver plated goblets and beakers to include eleven beakers and six goblets, each with all over engraved decoration, the goblets raised on simple knopped stems (17)

58 FD95/16 An eastern dish probably Egyptian, of shaped circular outline with rolled intertwined rim and chased borders to centre 24cm diameter, 9.1oz

£300-500

62 FE184/192 A pair of Mexican white metal comports marked Sanborns Mexico STERLING, the shallow bowls with flowerhead border raised non slenders stem and domed foot (2) 11cm high

59 FE184/142 A group of four novelty white metal acrobatic cat models unmarked, each naturalistically posed, one jumping through a hoop, another spearing a mouse etc (4) £80-120

£120-180 63 FB125/18 A Russian silver toddy ladle marks indistinctly, Moscow circa 1830, N* in cyrrilic, oval lobed bowl chased decoration, plain stem, turned hardwood handle Overall length42cm, bowl 9.5cm

60 FC771/12 A Chinese export dressing table set Wang Hing, Canton, circa 1900, marked WH, 90, character mark, comprising hand mirror, two clothes brushes and two small covered boxes, each decorated with a running dragon and a planished surface (5)

across lips

£120-180

Hand mirror 28cm long

64 FD620/1 A cased set of Russian silver gilt and champleve spoons Moscow 1899-1908, possibly Vasily Agafonov, the twelve spoons with gilt bowls, enamel backs and stems, white enamel finials, all in a fitted satin and velvet lined oak case

£300-500

Spoon 10.5cm long,

£700-900

Beakers 9.5cm and goblets 11cm

61 FE184/145A A Peruvian white metal flask and beaker marked Peru, 925, formed as seated figure holding an urn with pull off beaker forming cap

high

21cm high, 237g

£200-300

£150-180


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

65 FD649/8 A Russian figural spoon marked B.K, with 84 standard mark, the cast terminal with two bears above a naturalistic stem, with plain bowl 16.5cm, 42g

£120-180

66 FE158/2 A Russian silver and enamel egg stand bearing a Faberge and standard mark, the four upright arms forming the ‘cradle’ with enamel rose swags, plain down swept legs with rope stretchers 65mm high

£300-500

67 FE158/1 A Russian silver and champleve enamel tea caddy bearing indistinct marks, the caddy of square form, enamel scrolling floral design, green borders with floret detail, pull off enameled cover 10.8cm high

£1,000-1,500

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Collectables & Objects of Vertu

68 FD196/15 An early Victorian rattle apparently makers mark IW only, the baluster body with embossed foliate scroll decoration with acanthus bands, whistle terminal and suspended bells (two lacking), the socket end with coral handle; together with another of plainer form with engraved decoration and suspended bells (one lacking), whistle terminal and coral handle, London 1801 (probably) (2)

69 FD465/5 A late 19th century silver cigarette case central European, double hinged cover, gilt interior with an exterior with allover hammered ground 11cm wide, 5.3oz

£80-100

£250-350

70 FE53/10 A Victorian butt marker H J Batson & A E Batson, London 1896, of simple rectangular form with moulded ribs the obverse engraved with armorial and reverse named ‘LOVAT 1896’, the hinged cover opening to reveal ten numbered ivory peg markers, suspended from an oval link chain with unmarked novelty whistle formed as a dog’s head Heraldry: he arms are that of Simon Fraser 16th Lord Lovat, born 1871, died 1933. during his military career commanded both the Lovat Scouts in the Boer War and the Highland Mounted Brigade at Gallipoli.

£900-1,100

71 FD196/10 A George II turquoise and paste set patch box / vinaigrette unmarked, the oval box with straight sides with applied stipple engraved border, the base engraved ‘Thos Smalt 1727’, the hinged cover set with outer border of cabochon turquoise with inner border of facetted pastes and central turquoise cabochon, the interior fitted with lift out pierced grill, contained in a morocco leather case 3.7cm wide

£300-500

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

72 FD196/7B An early Continental bronze seal possibly 17th century or earlier, the facetted stem with trefoil loop terminal, the circular matrix with intaglio armorial and motto Matrix 35mm, height 45mm

£400-500

73 FD196/7C A small group of interesting seals to include; a carved wood seal modelled loosely as an armadillo; six gold and other mounted small fob seals; two loose matrices; other odd seals, a large Victorian silver locket (Qty) £300-400 74 FD196/7A A group of three silver seals to include an unmarked small wooden handled example, with simple socket stem and oval matrix with armroial and motto below; an unmarked small fob exmaple with reeded stem and loop terminals with intaglio armorial and a short hand example with monogrammed initials, with lion passant mark only

75 FD489/62 A 19th century multi-gem desk seal composed of a naturalistic coral branch, mounted to one end with a claw clasping an oval cut sardonyx cabochon incised LATHOCKAR, the opposing terminal with foliate scroll carved mount inset with a bloodstone intaglio crested and inscribed DITAT VIRTUS 77mm

£800-1,200

78 FD347/4 Horse racing interest - a Victorian cigarette case with portrait of Jockey Fred Archer Birmingham 1886, of simple rectangular outline,the hinged cover with enamelled bust of Fred Archer in jockey silks and cap, the gilt interior with hinged clasp for cigarettes

79 FE70/1 A 1920s 9ct gold cigarette case of slim curved rectangular form, with bevelled edge, engine turned throughout, inscribed to inside JEAN P MILLER in script

8cm x 6cm 100.8g

80 FC87/10 A George IV snuff box Joseph Wilmore Birmingham 1825, of rectangular form with baluster sides with scrolling foliage and flowerheads, the hinged cover with engine turned decoration within a floral border; together with a continental, possibly French snuff box, apparently unmarked, of circular outline with pull off cover with all over engine turned decoration within interlaced border (2)

Note: Fred Archer was perhaps one of the greatest jockeys of all time, and was without question a legend in his own, shortly lived time. During his career he won 2748 races including 21 Classics and was awarded champion jockey on no fewer than 13 occasions. His career was sadly cut short when in 1886 aged 29 he committed suicide. Made in the year of his death this piece must have been a high quality momento of such a famous and important sportsman of his day.

9.8cm x 8.4cm x 0.8cm, 115.6g

£800-1,200

Matrices 19mm, 18mm and 20mm

76 FD629/6 Alfred Dunhill - a silver cased cigarette lighter with integral watch import marks for London 1929, the case with rounded ends, engine turned decoration, rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, gilt hands, inscribed various patent numbers to the base, and ‘Dunhill Unique Lighter’

£300-500

55mm high, 43mm wide

diameter, 4.8oz

£300-500

£250-350

£400-600

80mm wide, 4.8oz and 85mm

77 No lot

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

81 FD196/20 A yellow metal mesh evening purse unmarked (tests as gold), with simple hinged cantle with amethyst push button thumb piece, with oval link chain and fine mesh link bag cantle 16.5cm wide, 210g

£1,000-1,500

82 FD489/39 A cased Russian rock crystal, gold and enamel mounted scent bottle Bearing 56 standard mark and makers mark HW in oval punch, possibly Henrik Wigstrom, the flat crystal body with ribbed detail, the collar in red gold with applied band of leaves and fruit, possibly mistletoe, the hinged cover decorated with pink enamel, all in a fitted box bearing a Fabergé trade name Bottle 65mm high, 46mm wide

£8,000-12,000

83 FE110/12 An early 20th century diamond and enamel decorated ivory lidded box of slim oval form with hinged cover, applied with blue and white scroll and dot enamelled borders with rose cut diamonds, millegrain set, to the thump-piece and hinges, additionally applied to the front with a canted rectangular jasperware cameo within rose cut diamond millegrain set border and outer similarly set border of bow-tied ribbons 9.7cm x 6cm x 1.7cm

£3,000-3,500

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Scottish Silver, Burgh Silver & Collectables

84 FC792/47 Traprain reproduction - a Britannia standard large salt Brook & Sons, Edinburgh 1938, of square outline with beaded edge and chased palmettes, the centre with hemispherical bowl raised on collet foot 14cm wide, 7.9oz

£300-500 85 FB125/29 A Scottish basket hilted broadsword letter opener J Aitchison, Edinburgh 1912, with pierced and engraved basket with thistle moitfs and fluted pommel, with simple tapered blade 25.5cm long, 71.4g

£400-600 86 FE95/1 A collection of George III and later flatware to include a set of six table spoons, A Orlie, Edinburgh 1782, of Old English pattern with feathered edge and engraved crest; a pair of Fiddle pattern toddy ladles, Edinburgh 1824; a matched set of six Scottish Fiddle pattern teaspoons, various makers; and a small group of Old English pattern flatware (qty)

87 FD654/15 A George II agate mounted snuff box Robert Haxton, Edinburgh circa 1800, makers mark only struck twice, the shaped agate panels set as hinged cover with foliate thumbpiece, with simple straight sided base 9cm long

£200-300

Combined weight 26oz

£250-350 88 FD187/4 Aberdeen- a Scottish provincial salver Coline Allan, marked CA, CA, three towers twice, CA, of shaped circular outline with foliate and scroll border, raised on hoof feet

90 FE1/113 A matched set of George III tablespoons J Hewitt and A Orlie of Edinburgh, various dates, of Hanoverian pattern with engraved initials to terminal (6)

28cm diameter, 20oz

89 FB125/34 A Scottish Victorian saucer MacKay & Chisolm. Edinburgh 1898, of circular outline with scalloped rim; together with an unusual taster in the shape of a stylised thistle head, Sheffield 1894, (2)

£2,000-3,000

Combined weight 3oz

£150-200

£200-250

12oz

91 EAB595/257 A Scottish George III swing handled sugar bowl John MacDonald, Edinburgh 1798, of oval outline with ribbed body, engraved with initial W, the swing handle with reeded decoration, the whole raised on a waisted stem and spreading foot 12cm high (excluding handle) 9.5oz

£200-300

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

92 FE1/117 A George III snuff box Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh 1775, of straight sided oval outline with hinged cover with ring and dot border, the gilt interior with latin presentation inscription inside of lid 8.5cm wide, 3.4oz

£300-500 93 FE1/126 A Scottish George III kitchen pepper Patrick Robertson, Edinburgh, 1774, of cylindrical form with S scroll handle and pull off cover with pierced central section

94 FE160/1 A William III trefid spoon James Penman, Edinburgh 1697, Assay Master James Penman, the rounded trefid terminal with V cut knotches, engraved to verse ‘M/IT/KY’ with ribbed moulded rat tail to bowl

6.3cm high, 61g

18.5cm long, 44.6g

£300-500

Provenance: Shaw of Tordarroch collection, Christie’s & Edmiston’s, 29 March 1983, lot 61 (part lot) References and exhibition: Compendium of Scottish Silver, R & J Dietert Volume 1 page 245

£600-800

95 FE105/7 Aberdeen - a set of nine Scottish provincial teaspoons and matching sugar spoon William Spalding (possibly), marked WS, A, B, D, N, of Fiddle pattern with engraved script initials to terminal (10) Sugar spoon 14.5cm long, combined weight 4.9oz

£150-180

96 FC66/9 Aberdeen - three Scottish provincial masking spoons James Smith, stem marked IS only, of Old English pattern with initials to terminal; an Old English example by James Erksine, makers mark only; and an Old English example makers mark only John Leslie; together with three Aberdeen teaspoons (6) Combined weight 2.5oz

£150-250

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97 FC66/10 Aberdeen - a collection of Scottish provincial teaspoons Various makers, to include William Byres, J Smith, J Erskine, J Law, J Gordon (qty) Combined weight 4.7oz

£180-220

98 FE105/6 Aberdeen - A set of three Scottish provincial tablespoons Nathaniel Gillet, marked NG ABD, of Old English pattern, with script initials M to the terminal (3) 20.5cm long, combined weight 6oz

£80-120


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

99 FB125/31 Aberdeen - a Scottish provincial basting spoon Rettie & Sons, marked R&S, A, B, D, Edinburgh 1843, of Fiddle pattern with engraved coronet to terminal and to reverse of stem engraved ‘Nursery’ 31cm long, 3.4oz

£300-350 100 FC66/12 Aberdeen - a group of Scottish provincial teaspoons all by William Jamieson, various maker’s marks and combinations (qty) Combined weight 4oz

£120-180 101 FE105/9 Aberdeen - a collection of Scottish provincial flatware to include a dessert spoon J Ewan, four teaspoons James Gordon, two teaspoons W Fillan, and various dessert spoons by George Jamieson and William Jamieson (qty) 11oz

£120-180 102 FB125/32 Aberdeen - a small collection of Scottish provincial flatware to include two Fiddle pattern teaspoons, J Pirie; a pair of sugar tongs, James Gordon and a dessert spoon, George Jamieson (4) £150-180

103 FD95/2 Aberdeen - a Scottish provincial dress powder horn James Gordon, marked IG, ABD, the large polished cow horn section with pointed mount, three suspension mounts and flared end, each with foliate and shell chased decoration, the suspension loops with crystal set terminals 31cm long

£1,000-1,500 104 FC435/2 Banff - a Scottish provincial soup ladle William Simpson II, marked WS, e, thistle, of single struck Fiddle and Thread pattern with engraved script initials ‘WMK’ to terminal and large oval bowl

106 FE100/32 Glasgow - a Scottish provincial mug Robert Luke, marked RL, S, RL, Town mark, of simple baluster form with moulded rim and S scroll handle, resting on a stepped foot 9.5cm high, 5.6oz

£400-600

36cm long, 7.6oz

£300-500 105 FC66/11 A collection of Scottish teaspoons To include E Livingstone of Dundee, unattributed SW; together with various Edinburgh teaspoons etc (qty) Combined weight 5.5oz

£100-200

107 FC589/15 Glasgow - a Scottish provincial tablespoon James McEwan, marked J.Mc, Glasgow town mark, J.Mc, S, of Hanoverian pattern with engraved script initial F to reverse of terminal 21cm long, 2oz Provenance: Pheonix Collection Lyon & Turnbull Scottish silver & Accessories, 16th August 2010, lot 276 Literature: ‘Compendium of Scottish Silver II’ R & J Dietert, listed page 311

£120-180

108 FD187/2 Glasgow - a set of four Scottish provincial trencher salts Adam Graham, marked AG, town marks, AG, town marks, of square outline with in curved covers and central hemispherical dish (4) 9cm wide, each 2.5oz

£1,500-1,800 109 EAB158/21 Greenock - a set of six Scottish provincial teaspoons maker unknown, marked, anchor, tree, anchor, of Fiddle pattern with engraved initials JJB in script to terminal (6) £200-250

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

119 FD95/1 Perth - a Scottish provincial caster Robert Keay, marked RK (in oval), thistle, duty mark, of tapered vase form with simple stem and raised on a spreading base and square foot, with pierced domed pull off cover

110 FE1/112 Greenock - a set of six Scottish provincial teaspoons A Campbell, marked AC (in script) anchor, tree, of Celtic point pattern with vacant terminals (6) 14cm long,12g each

£100-120

11cm high, 3oz

111 FD95/14 Greenock - a small collection of Scottish provincial flatware to include; a pair of sugar tongs by James Orr, a teaspoon by the same maker and a toddy ladle and teaspoon by J Heron, all with Edinburgh marks (4)

114 FE53/6 Inverness - a Scottish provincial deers hoof inkwell Ferguson & MacBean, marked to ‘shoe’ F&M, camel, INVSS, Edinburgh 1896 and additionally to cover Edinburgh 1896, formed from a deers hoof with scrolled supports, scallop mounted with a domed hinged lid with interlaced border and centrally set with a large smoky quartz

£120-180

15.5cm high

112 FD109/6 Greenock - a pair of Scottish provincial gravy spoons Alexander Campbell, marked AC, anchor, oak tree, G, of Celtic point pattern with vacant terminals (2) 31cm long, each 97g

£400-600 113 FD109/9 Greenock - a group of six Scottish provincial teaspoons five John Heron, marked JH (in script), anchor, oak tree, of Celtic point pattern with script initial ‘M+H’ to terminal; together with a similar example Alexander Campbell marked AC, oak tree, anchor, of Celtic point pattern with script initial ‘E’ and numbered ‘5’ to terminal (6) £120-180

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£300-500

£500-700

120 FC165/71 A pair of hardstone handled fish servers the handles formed from various agates and hardstones in geometric patterns, silver plated mounts with pierced and engraved blades and tines (2) Knife 30cm long

115 FE108/9 Perth - a group of Scottish provincial flatware all Robert Keay, marked RK, eagle, RK, eagle, RK, of Fiddle and shell pattern with script initial B, comprising four tables poons and six dessert spoons (10)

117 FD95/15 Perth - a small collection of Scottish provincial flatware to include a set of three tea spoons by R Keay, marked RK, eagle, RK; a Celtic point pattern tea spoons similarly marked; together with a pair of Edinburgh sugar tongs (4)

Combined weight 17.5oz

£100-150

£250-350 118 FD111/2 Perth - a Scottish provincial soup ladle James Cornfute, stem marked IC, eagle, IC, eagle, of Old English pattern with vacant terminal and deep circular bowl

116 FD95/11 Perth - a Scottish provincial serving spoon James Wright (probably), marked J.W, S, eagle, anchor, of Celtic point pattern with large script initial M to terminal

37cm long, 9oz

30cm long, 3.5oz

£200-300

£100-200

£100-150 121† EZ487/3 A Scottish novelty hardstone vinaigrette unmarked, the bloodstone formed body shaped as a Scottish powder horn with applied shield cartouche and thistle head final set with a foil back crystal, the domed hinged cover embossed with thistles and centrally set with a collet set foil backed crystal, opening to reveal a hinged, pierced and engraved foliate grille, with double belcher link suspension chain 5.9cm long

£600-900


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

122 FE53/3 An early curly horn snuff mull the mounts unmarked, of conventional form, the applied rim with scalloped collar and hinged horn lid, the collar engraved HENRY MCCONDACH JUNR, with scrolled thumb and hinged pieces

123 FE53/7 A carved wooden novelty snuff box in the form of a boot, with a three quarter opening lid with applied thistle hinge and shield cartouche to centre of the lid 5.5cm high

£350-450

10cm long

£350-450

124 FE53/8 An unusual curly horn snuff mull on stand the curly horn mull of conventional form, with scalloped collar engraved ‘Geoe Handley West High St Salford’ with butterfly hinge to horn cover, collet set amethyst to centre, the whole resting in a ‘cradle’ formed stand with engraved border and raised on three hoof feet

125 FE53/2 A large curly horn snuff mull the mounts unmarked, the plain hinged domed cover centrally set with a collet mounted citrine, the tightly curled horn with applied shield

10cm high

£500-600

17.5cm long

£400-600

126 FE53/1 A large snuff mull unmarked, formed from a section of tapered cow horn the hinged lid with foliate decoration and initials, set with central montrose agate, raised on a wire formed stand with twin scroll supports Length 45cm

£800-1,200

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

127 FE53/5 A Lonach Highlanders dress powder horn unmarked, the flattened cow horn body applied with hatched and foliate engraved mounts with claw set amethysts flanking an oval cut citrine, the body applied foil backed crystal in a pierced and engraved mount, the terminal mount with thistle finial with engraved detail and stone set cap, the body of the mount engraved with Lonach crest and initials NHF 33cm long

£700-800

128 FE53/4 Golfing interest - a 9ct gold cigarette case Birmingham 1853, of rectangular form bearing the enamelled crest of Royal Burgess Golf Society to the obverse, presentation inscription to the rear cover; together with a fitted case 8cm x 11.5cm, 5oz Note: The first recorded reference to the Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh appears in a 1735 edition of the Edinburgh Almanac. It founders were predominantly made up of merchants, bankers and such link, who originally played on Bruntsfield links, enjoying a ale or two afterwards in the nearby Golf Tavern, both the course and the pub are still standing today. In 1800 the society were granted the Seal of Cause by the town council, increasing its influence within the

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city by allowing them to purchase property and create by laws. Not too long after this, the society changed its motto from ‘Long and Far’ to ‘Far and sure’ which can be seen on the obverse of this cigarette case. In 1929 the society were granted a Royal Edict by His Majesty King George V, proclaiming the society, previously known as Edinburgh Burges Golfing Society, The Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh; later the same year this cigarette case was presented to J. M. Scott for his services as treasurer and marking an important year for the society. Since 1874 traffic congestion on the Links prompted the move to Musselburgh, and eventually to Barnton. The society have enjoyed the privilege of various Royal Patrons, including the current Duke of York, while prior to his accession to the throne King Edward VIII held the captaincy for a short period.

£3,000-4,000


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

129 FD350/9 A modern sgian dubh T Ebutt, Edinburgh 1970, with interlaced handle and simple mounts, the pommel set with foil backed crystal; together with three silver mounted letter openers (4) £80-120 130 FE189/1 A brass mounted Cameron Highlanders officer’s sgian dubh the basket weave carved wooden handle with applied studs and Egypt battle honours and Sphinx, with collet set stone in thistle mount to pommel, the leather covered scabbard with simple brass mounts 19.5cm long

£200-300 131 FE189/3 A large silver mounted sgian dubh indistinct part London marked, the large shaped and carved handle with applied studs and running thistle applied pommel cap, leather scabbard with simple shaped mounts 24.5cm long, handle 4cm wide

£250-350

132 FE189/2 A scarce silver mounted Edinburgh University OTC officers sgian dubh Henry Tatton, Edinburgh 1916, retailed by Marshall & Aitken of Edinburgh, of conventional Gordon Highlanders’ pattern with open gallery and collet set stone, the basket weave handle set with studs and armorial shield of the Edinburgh University OTC, the leather scabbard with simple shaped mounts

135 FE189/8 A 71st Highlanders dirk the blade inscribed Peter Henderson, maker Glasgow, with simply carved basket weave handle with running thistle border to simple pin top pommel cap, the leather covered scabbard with 71 within a bugle to top, mounted and displayed thistles to lowers, set with biknife and fork Overall length 47cm

£600-800

21cm long

£250-350 133 FE189/4 A silver plated half-sized dirk unmarked, the basket weave baluster handle with collet set foil backed crystal and applied studs, with single fuller ed blade with scalloped back edge, in leather covered scabbard set en-suite with biknife and fork, applied thistle mounts

136 FE189/7 An Edwardian dirk Henry Strack, London 1905, the carved basket weave handle with applied studs and collet set stone to terminal, with single fullered blade with scalloped back edge, the leather covered scabbard set with bi-knife and fork and with engraved thistle mounts Overall length 45cm

£800-1,200

Overall length 37cm

134 FE189/9 A Victorian boy’s dirk the mounts unmarked, carved basket weave baluster handle with applied pins and engraved pommel mount with thistle finial, single fullered spear point blade, the leather covered scabbard with shaped mounts with thistle engraved decoration

137 FE189/5 A Gordon Highlanders officers dirk with part Edinburgh marks post 1975, the carved wooden handle set with studs and open oak leaf gallery surrounding a foil backed crystal, the scabbard set with bi-knife and fork and regimental badge to top mount and thistles to lower mounts

Overall length 26cm long

Overall length 47cm long

£300-500

£1,000-1,200

£300-400

138 FE189/6 An early Victorian silver mounted dirk mounts unmarked, the handle carved with bands of interlaced work and with applied studs, the shoulders additionally mounted, with simple pommel with acorn finial, with large spear pointed single fuller blade, in a tooled leather scabbard, the chape engraved with St Andrew on the cross, the biknife and fork mounts engraved with Gaelic mottos and Celtic motifs Overall length 44cm long

£800-1,200 139 EZ492/1 An 18th century dirk the carved and studded handle with six bands of Celtic knot work and with collet set facetted stone (probably later mounted), the wide simple steel blade marked NORRIE GLASGOW, the japanned later scabbard set with bi-knife and fork and with simple thistle decorated mounts, the bi-knife and fork with studded and carved wooden handles with simple engraved mounts Blade 26.5cm long, overall length 45.5cm

£800-1,200

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Modern Silver

140 FE184/213 A modern ‘Little Ben’ mantle clock By Mappin & Webb, London 1983, well modelled and with three clock dials, raised on a stepped granite plinth and contained in fitted box, in fitted box 33cm high Note: Although marketed as ‘Little Ben’ this nomenclature is incorrect. Big Ben is the common name for the bell actually within the tower, the correct name is The Graet Bell, something that is rarely seen by public and tourists. The correct name for the tower is actually The Clock Tower at the Palace of Westminster; that is until this year when it was re-named The Elizabeth Tower to acknowledge and commemorate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

£700-1,000

141 FE184/212 A limited edition commemorative Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer mantle clock By Mappin & Webb, London 1981, No.53 of 201,the silver urn shaped body with Roman numeral chapter ring, the body with applied silver gilt crests alternating between Prince of Wales feathers and Spencer crest, with gilt chains suspended between, with pull off domed cover revealing the winding mechanism and raised on a pedestal foot, contained in original fitted box 27cm high

£800-1,200

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

142 FE184/133 A modern Lace back trefid canteen Mappin & Webb, London 1979, of Trefid pattern with lace detail to terminal and heels, comprising twelve each of: table nnives, side knives table forks, tea spoons, coffee; also to include four serving spoons, two sauce ladles, and a carving set, contained in a hinged lid and two drawer mahogany canteen weighable silver 138oz

£4,000-6,000 143 FE45/28 A silver mounted decanter P H Vogel & Co, Birmingham 1973, square section with cut glass detail, silver mount and faceted stopper, together with another of bulbous form with silver mounts and handle with cork stopper, Birmingham 1905 (2)

144 FE184/191 A set of four modern spirit labels Sheffield 1977, of scalloped outline inscribed for BRANDY, PORT WHISKY and SHERRY; together with a modern rectangular label for PORT and and a Danish silver clip (6)

£200-300

£120-180

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

145 FE75/1 A modern quaich Wakely and Wheeler, London 1966 the shallow bowl with applied Celtic border and with twin Celtic lugs, raised on a simple foot; together with an Edwardian sugar and cream, Sheffield 1904, with embossed floral decoration and a pair of simple George III style sauceboats; and a small group of tea spoons, some foreign included (qty)

Pair 19cm diameter, combined

147 FC993/7 A modern chalice and paten Edward & Sons, Glasgow 1949, the chalice bowl of tapered form with a large knopped stem above a stepped lobed foot, with simple paten (2)

148 FE1/140F A modern handmade caddy spoon Norah Creswick, Edinburgh 1949, the shallow circular bowl with scroll work handle and simple rat tail, in original cardboard box named to lid

weight 19.2oz

Chalice 13cm high, combined

6.2cm long, 19g

£250-350

weight 9.4oz

£80-120

146 FC993/8 A pair of modern salvers Viners, Sheffield 1960, of scalloped outline with three short bracket feet; together with a gadrooned rim, waiter London 1928 (3)

£150-180

Weighable silver 19.8oz

£200-300

149 FE575/1 A modern four piece tea set Sheffield 1945, comprising water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with baluster body with moulded corners and everted pierced scrolling rims with gadrooned borders (4) Water pot 22cm high. c ombined weight 70oz

£800-1,200

150 FD430/1 A modern three piece tea set Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1942, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each of the tapered bodies with gadrooned lower section and reeded angular handles (3)

151 FE100/34 A collection of cruets to include various modern part cruets sets; also to include a five bar toastrack and a small group of napkin rings (qty)

154 FD170/3 A modern comport Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1940, of lobed form with alternating solid and pierced panels, with shallow dished centre

25oz

23cm diameter, 10oz

£200-300

£200-300

Teapot 15cm high, combined weight 24oz

£300-500

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155 FD661/1 A matched modern four piece tea set Birmingham 1938 and 1939, comprising water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, of plain bellied form with scrolling border, each with engraved initial M (4) Water pot 19cm, combined weight

152-153 No lots

59oz

£600-900


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

156 FD705/1 A modern rectangular tray Edward & Sons Glasgow 1936, of rectangular outline with in curved corners and raised on curved form bracket feet

158 FE100/18 A modern salver London 1935, of circular outline with scalloped rim, all raised on scrolled leaf clasped feet

41cm wide, 48oz

£250-350

29.5cm diameter, 26oz

£500-700 157 FE100/2 An early 20th century salver Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1935, of circular form with scalloped rim and engraved crest to the centre, on four hoof feet

159 FE100/41 A regimental table lighter marks indistinct, London 1935, of grenade from with engraving ‘16-6-36’ to the bottom; together with a corkscrew stamped DREW & SONS PICCADILLY CIRCUS; a shaving brush, Saunders & Shepherd, London 1896; hip flask, Walker & Hall, Sheffield; and box with wood lining, engraving to the lid, S W Smith & Co, Birmingham 1927 (5)

160 FE100/1 A modern salver Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, Birmingham 1934. of circular outline with a shaped scalloped rim on four hoof feet, together with a smaller example, Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield, 1909 (2) 21cm and 19.5cm wide, combined weight 23oz

£200-250

£150-250

35cm wide, 43oz

£400-600 161 FE100/10 A cased pair of sauceboats and spoons Davidson, Henderson & Sorley (of Glasgow), Birmingham 1934, the bellied bodies with everted scalloped rim and wide pouring spot, with S scroll handle and raised on three trefid terminal feet, with two matched trefid terminal spoons by Aidie brothers, in fitted case 18cm wide, combined weight 21oz

£250-350

162 FE100/8 A modern three piece tea set Birmingham 1934, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each of bellied form with flowered head border (3) Teapot 14cm high, combined weight 35oz

£400-600

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

163 FE100/19 A modern salver Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1934 of circular outline with scalloped rim on three scrolled feet Diameter 35.5cm, weight 35oz

£350-450 164 FE100/12 A cased set of mother of pearl fruit knives and forks Brook & Son, Sheffield 1933, comprising of twelve pairs together with a cased set of twelve mother of pearl side knives, E&S, Sheffield, 1934 (2) £150-200

165 FD350/4 A modern sauceboat Sheffield 1932, of simple oval outline with reeded rim and loop handle; together with a pair of grape scissors, Sheffield 1924 and a pair of desk candlesticks (4) weighable silver 7.8oz

169 FD697/5 A four piece tea set H Fisher & Co, Sheffield 1930, consisting of a tea pot, water pot, twin handled sugar bowl, and milk jug, all of plain baluster form with beaded detail to the rim, on four simple hoof feet (4)

£150-250

Water jug 21cm high, combined weight 54oz

166 FC785/3 A modern salver Aidie Brothers, Birmingham 1931, of scalloped outline with crest engraved to centre, raised on three scroll feet 31cm diameter, 30.8oz

£250-350

£400-600 170 FE100/44 A collection of cased flatware to include three christening sets, one set of children’s cutlery and a set of six spoons (5) Weight 14oz

164A FE111/4 A condiment set Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, consisting of two open salts, two mustard pots and two pepperettes, of tapering cylindrical form, in fitted presentation case (6)

167 FC792/48 A collection of small silver to include various items of flatware and a christening set; napkin rings and part cruet set (qty) Combined weight 27.5oz

£180-220

£150-180 168 FC963/22A A collection of items to include a collection of flatware, various pin trays, comports, vestas, pencils and other items (qty) Weighable silver 19oz

£200-300

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172 FD696/1 A modern square salver Thomas Wordley Ltd, London 1929, of canted square form with, moulded rim, with engraved armorial to centre, raised on four feet 30cm wide, 37oz

£400-600 173 FD643/1 A Regimental cigarette lighter London circa 1928 (marks worm), of typical flaming grenade form with presentation inscription to body 10.5cm high

£200-300

£120-180 171 FD697/12 A collection of items to include a sugar caster, Birmingham 1929, of baluster form with threaded detail and four shell feet, an early 20th century inkwell; a collection of cruets and bon bon dishes (qty) Combined weight 51oz

£200-400

174 FD705/2 A modern cafe au lait set Birmingham 1926, of simple flared cylindrical form with moulded rims, with side S scroll wooden handles (2) 17cm high, 22oz

£250-350


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

175 FE45/27 A cased canteen of cutlery Edwards & Sons (of Glasgow), Sheffield 1931, of single struck Hourglass variant pattern with engraved initial E to terminal, comprising twelve each of the following: table forks table spoons dessert forks dessert spoons soup spoons six serving spoons two sauce ladles one soup ladle, All contained within a fitted two drawer canteen on legs complete with bone handled carving set and twelve cheese knives and table knives combined weight 129.5oz

£1,000-1,500

176 FE582/1 A George V Royal presentation Treasury inkstand Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1931, of simple rectangular outline with moulded reeded rims, the twin handed covers with central hinged loop handle, the covers engraved with GvR cypher and Royal Arms within garter, the interior fitted with cut glass inkwell and pierced chalk pot, the other compartment plain, raised on four paw feet set to corners 26cm wide, 72oz Note: The interior of one of the hinged covers engraved in script ‘Presented to The Honourable Lord MacKay by his Majesty’s Government in recognition of his services as Chairman of the Royal Commission on Licensing (Scotland) 1929 - 1931’

£1,000-1,500

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LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

177 FE108/8A An enamel dressing table clock London 1925 (makers mark indistinct) the shaped frame with scalloped edges and reticulated border, with blue guilloche enamel ground and gilt dial to centre, with Arabic numerals, the wooden back with simple easel support 11cm high

£300-500

178 FE94/5 A modern salver Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1923, of canted square form with raised border and engraved monogram, raised on four scroll feet

183 FE1/129B A pair of fish servers H Atkins, Sheffield 1920, with simple shaped blade and tines and ivory handles; together with a collection of mixed flatware

185 FE100/3 A pair of George V candlesticks makers mark indistinct, London 1918, of plain tapered form with knopped stem, on a circular foot (2)

Weighable silver, 18.5oz

22.5cm high

£180-250

£120-180

Diameter 24.5cm, 13oz

184 FD697/7 A pair of spill vases makers mark indistinct, London 1919, of circular form with octagonal panelled body and a plain circular foot, with fitted flower grill (2)

£180-220

20cm high, combined weight 25oz

186 FD440/2 A three piece tea set Viners, Sheffield 1918, comprising of teapot, milk jug and twin handled sugar bowl, each of baluster form with lobed decoration to body and S scroll handle (3)

£180-250

Teapot 14cm high, combined weight

25.5cm wide, 19oz

180 FC963/50 A cased dressing table set Birmingham 1922, consisting of a comb, two hair brushes, two clothes brushes and a hand mirror, of engine turned decoration with initials to the centre and Greek pattern to the rim, in a fitted case (qty)

£250-350

£120-180

179 FE100/33 A group of three christening mugs to include a simple baluster example London 1923; a later decorated George III baluster example, London circa 1800, with foliate garlands and cartouche; and a Victorian silver plated example with conjoined initials within foliate borders (3)

181 FD696/2 A small circular salver JCV, London 1922, of shaped circular outline with moulded rim and initial to centre

Combined weight 12.1oz

£150-250

182 FD705/3D A collection of items to include a pair of large serving spoons, Sheffield 1921; a pieced comport, Sheffield 1933; a modern pair of sauce boats; a pair of butter dishes and a modern shell dish (qty) 35oz

£400-500

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46.5oz

£500-700


LY O N & T U R N B U L L Silver

187 FC792/48A A modern spirit kettle stand and burner Brook & Sons, Sheffield 1918 (burner plated), the tapered body of simple form, with scrolling handle, raised on an oval base with four scrolling legs 35cm high, 39oz

£200-300

Teapot 13 cm high,

190 FC785/13 A pair of dwarf desk candlesticks Sheffield 1915, the reeded columns with simple beaded drip pans and raised on outswept base; together with a pair of modern napkin rings (4)

combined weight 29oz

Candlesticks 12cm high

£300-500

£120-180

189 FC792/48C A modern sugar caster Edinburgh 1916, of baulster octagonal form on a stepped foot with pull off pierced cover

191 FE58/1 A modern salver Fenton Bros Ltd, Sheffield 1914, of circular form with a decorative foliate scalloped rim, presentation inscription to the centre, raised three scrolling bracket feet

188 FD655/1 A modern three piece tea set Birmingham 1916, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, of plain tapered form raised on four foliate fluted feet, with C scroll handles (3)

23cm high, 8oz

£100-120

Width 25.5cm, weight 18oz

£200-300

192 FE553/60D A modern mustard pot Adie Brothers, London 1913, of simple form with applied foliate lobes and hinged cover; together with a cruet frame with cut glass bottles and silver mounts, Birmingham 1898; two match box covers; a small sugar bowl and a part fruit set with mother of pearl handles (qty)

194 FD350/11 A large rosebowl Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1912, the tapered body with large rim and twin angular handles, raised on a domed foot 28cm wide (across handles) 22oz

£400-600

65cm wide (across handles), 102oz

195 FE108/19 Two silver and mother of pearl childs rattles one Birmingham 1910, formed as childs face with mother of pearl teething ring and with bells suspended (three lacking) and with simple shaped handle; the other a simpler form with whistle terminal and embossed foliate decoration with bell suspended (one lacking) with mother of pearl handle, Birmingham 1903 (2)

£1,000-1,500

14cm and 9cm long

Weighable silver 14.5oz

£200-220 193 FD674/2 A large twin handled butlers tray T Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1913, of shaped oval outline with moulded scalloped rim and loop handles the centre with planished finish and plain central cartouche

£200-300

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196 FD94/2 An Edwardian model of a snake D & J Welby, London 1910, naturalistically formed as a snake with coiled tail and arched neck, with textured finish 22cm high, 29oz

£1,000-1,500

197 FD440/1 A teapot Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1911, of baluster form with plain panelled design and C scroll handle 16.5cm high, 22oz

£200-300 198 FE100/23 An Edwardian twin handled trophy Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1910, the simple tapered bowl with reeded girdle and inscription, with twin large S scroll handles and raised on simple domed foot 18cm high, 19.4oz

£200-300

199 FD154/1 A cased set of berry spoons Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1910, with scalloped bowls and cast handles, in original fitted case; together with a pair of bon bon dishes and pierced comport (4) Combined weight 12.7oz

200 FD440/3 A presentation rose bowl Woodward & Co Ltd, London 1910, of hemispherical form with twin C scroll handles on a plain circular base, inscribed with a dedication, together with a turned wood base

£150-180

17cm high, 19oz

£200-300

201 FE45/14 An Edwardian card case Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1910, with foliate decoration and scalloped edges, and inscription to lid MRS J ANDERSON; together with a calling card case with foliate design and fitted pen; another smaller card case of similar design (3) £200-250

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202 FD674/1 A four piece tea set Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1910, comprising waterpot, tea pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, the tapered bodies each of panelled form with reeded rim and strap work handles, on simple short stem and spreading panelled foot; together with a matched pair of sugar tongs (5)

205 FD697/9 A pair of bon bon dishes George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1910, of oval outline with pierced foliate decoration to sides and beaded detail to rim, atop a domed foot with similar beaded detail (2)

Waterpot 24cm high,

206 FE108/4 An Edwardian three piece tea set Sheffield 1909, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, the tapered bodies with scalloped rims and embossed panels of foliate scrolls and flowerheads, with angular handles and raised on ball feet (3)

combined weight 70oz

£700-900 203 FD697/4 A matched graduated pair of early 20th century twin handled baskets Reid & Sons, London 1910, of oval shape with pierced foliate decoration and scalloped rim on four scrolling bracket feet; together with a smaller example, Reid & Sons 1912, both with presentation inscription to the underside (2) 40cm and 31cm across the handles, combined weight 88oz

£500-800 204 FD697/13 A early 20th century bon bon dish George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1910, shallow bowl on a trumpet foot with lobed decoration

208 FE105/12 An Edwardian water jug Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909, the tapered body with lobed decoration to lower half, curved spout and angular handle 25cm high, 21oz

£300-400

Combined weight 11oz

£150-250

209 FE105/3 A matched collection of flatware comprising; six table forks, six dessert forks, Henry Atkins, Sheffield 1909, six table spoons, six dessert spoons, Clement Cheese, London 1827, all of double struck fiddle, thread and shell pattern with shell heel (24) Combined weight 61oz

£600-900

Teapot 13cm high, combined weight 33.7oz

£500-500 207 FE105/11 An Edwardian sugar bowl and cream jug Sheffield 1909 the baluster bodies with lobed lower section and raised on simple ball feet; together with a simple oval sauceboat, Birmingham 1932 (3) Combined weight 20oz

210 FE100/5 An Edwardian dish ring HF, London 1909, the concave side with embossed and pierced Chinoiserie decoration 20cm diameter, 12.6oz

£600-800

£200-300

Weight 11oz

£150-250

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211 FD697/11 A large presentation bowl Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1909, with gadrooned and foliate decoration with scalloped rim, atop a circular domed foot of similar decoration, together with a turned wood base

213 FE1/103 A large salver J Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1908, with shell and scroll border and raised on four scrolling feet

Diameter 27cm, weight 24oz

214 FE105/15 A matched pair of Edwardian clip ashtrays one Asprey, London 1907, the other Chester 1910, with shallow tray with cigarette rest and simple hinged clip; together a twin handled strainer and a collection of open salts and various condiments (qty)

£400-500 212 FD661/3 An Edwardian sugar caster London 1908, of panelled octagonal baluster from with domed pull off cover with pierced decoration 22cm high, 5.5oz

£120-180

36cm diameter, 37.9oz

£400-500

215 FE100/24 An Irish Edwardian twin handled cup Dublin 1905, the deep tapered bowl with reeded girdle and S scrolled handles, raised on a short stem with domed circular foot 30cm high, 34oz

£400-500 216 FE553/60A An Edwardian tray London 1902, of simple rectangular outline with twin handles

217 FE94/8 An Edwardian sugar bowl Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1904, of hemispherical form with arched lobed decoration and engraved monogram; a baluster christening mug on spreading foot London 1904; together with three George III cut glass condiment bottles and a sugar sifter (6) Sugar bowl 7cm high, weighable silver 11.5oz

£180-220

40cm wide, 30oz

£300-500

23oz

£200-300

218 FE94/9 A pair of Edwardian asparagus tongs Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1904, of hourglass variant with pierced blades and shell heels 23cm long, 4.6oz

£120-180 219 FE100/4 A pair of late Victorian candlesticks William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London, 1893, the knopped square stem with fluted design, atop a beaded square foot (2) 30.5cm high

£300-500

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220 FE100/36 An Edwardian cut glass biscuit box Walker & Hall Sheffield 1905, the cut glass base of rectangular outline with diamond cut decoration and fluted corners, the pull off domed lid with engraved crest and motto and simple finial

223 FE45/22 A matched pair of corinthian column candlesticks Martin Hall & Co, Sheffield 1904 and 1907,of conventional form on a swept square base (2) height 20.5cm and 19.5cm

£250-400

16cm wide, cover 11oz

£200-250 221 FE100/42 A collection of baskets and pin dishes to include a swing handled cake basket Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company London 1906, of shaped oval outline with reeded border and swing handle; a pair of pierced bon bon dishes Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London 1902 and a pair of smaller examples with similar decoration Birmingham 1893 (5) Bread basket 24cm wide, combined weight 26oz

£250-350 222 FE100/46 An Edwardian sugar caster Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1904, of fluted bulbous form with acorn finial and spreading foot; together with a modern sauceboat and porringer, both of traditional form (3) Sugar caster 15cm high, combined weight 12.7oz

£180-220

224 FE100/22 A large Edwardian punch bowl Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1902, the hemispherical bowl with large acanthus and scroll embossed border above plain lower section, the domed foot with similar border 30.5cm diameter, 45oz

£600-800

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225 FE100/21 A cased set of four Chinese style serving spoons H Atkins, Sheffield 1902, the finials formed as carved ivory netsuke as seated figures, above bamboo styled stem and large plain bowl, in original fitted case 23cm long

£400-600

226 FE100/40 A pair of corinthian column candlesticks Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1902, of traditional form on a square swept foot with engraving, together with a smaller similar pair on a square stepped foot with engraving to the drip plate, William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1902 (4) 18cm and 15cm high

£300-400

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227 FE100/38 A pair of Edwardian sauce boats S J Phillips, London 1902 of traditional form, with an open scrolled handle and everted scalloped rim on three hoof feet, together with a similar pair James Wakely & Frank Clark Wheeler, London 1901 (4) Combined weight 34oz

228 FC994/36 A piano formed silver and tortoiseshell table jewellery box HM, Birmingham 1906, the box formed as a grand piano, the main cover of silver inlaid tortoiseshell in acanthus clasped borders, the front fall flap hinged to reveal ring boxes, on three baluster supports

£500-600

14cm long

£250-400

229 FC993/32 A group of five vesta cases to include a hardstone set example with thistle heads, Birmingham 1910, two floral engraved examples, Birmingham 1903 and 1911, a simple plain example, Birmingham 1877 and an unmarked white metal example (5) £120-180


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230 FE100/31 A pair of late Victorian rose bowls Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, of hemispherical form with moulded rim and embossed acanthus lower section, on a simple stem and spreading foot (2) 14cm diameter, combined weight 20oz

£200-300

233 FD350/6 A pair of Edwardian beaker vases Birmingham 1903, of tapered form with heavily embossed decoration and everted rims; together with a christening mug, Birmingham 1916, and a covered butter dish, Birmingham 1964 (4)

235 FE100/11 A Victorian baluster cream jug makers mark indistinct, London 1900 in the George III style with embossed decoration of foliage and birds on a circular foot, together with a plain example London, 1896, and smaller example, Miller Brothers, Birmingham, 1906 (3)

237 FE100/15 A small collection of items to include a batchelors teapot, London 1906, of simple form with wooden handle and straight spout; a Victorian tea caddy of tapered form with hinged cover and raised on ball feet Sheffield 1889; together with a Continental spice box and a modern pepperette (4)

Combined weight 11oz

Combined weight 20.5oz

£150-200

£200-300

Width 22.5cm, 12oz

236 FE100/17 An Edwardian salver Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1901, of a circular outline with gadrooned rim on three bracket feet

£150-180

31cm diameter, 25oz

238 FE100/13 An Edwardian sugar vase Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1902, of tall tapered vase form with pieced scroll body with floral rim and twin loop handle, raised on a short stem and square base, with pull off cover; together with a wire work sugar basket, Chester 1901 (2)

231 FC675/4 A group of five pin dishes comprising a set of four with London import marks 1900, with classical scenes to centre and pierced scroll border; also with a simple embossed example (5) Combined weight 6.9oz

£100-150

12.5oz

232 FE100/7 An Edwardian partners desk stand Elkington & Co, London 1902, of rectangular outline with ovolo border with foliate corners, centrally set with twin cut glass inkwells and flanked by two pen trays, raised on bracket feet

£180-220 234 FD350/5 A pair of late Victorian spill vases London 1901, of tapered form with panelled bodies and everted scalloped rims (2) 21cm high

£150-250

£300-500

21cm and 9cm high, combined weight 11.6oz

£150-180

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239 FE631/2 A pair of late Victorian candlesticks Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1899, of square outline with tapered columns and beaded decoration on a swept square foot (2) 30cm high

£400-600

240 FE19/13 A batchelors three piece tea set Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1899, comprising tea pot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, the bellied bodies with embossed floral decoration, with acanthus S scroll handles (3)

241 FE19/1 A Victorian salver Sheffield 1899, of shaped circular outline with shell, C scroll and flower head border, the centre engraved with a scroll and foliate border 40cm diameter, 40oz

£400-600

242 FE1/122 A group of three mustard pots to include a large example by Barnards, London 1898, with pieced scrolling decoration and gadrooned rims, with hinged cover and S scroll handle; together with three modern simple examples (3)

Teapot 13cm high,

Barnards example 7.5cm high

combined weight 17.5oz

£300-500

£180-220

243 FE45/23 A late Victorian punch bowl Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1898, of hemispherical form on a circular domed foot, with gadrooned detail to lower half of the bowl and foliate detail to the rim and similar detail to the foot, with twin lion mask drop ring handles Diameter 25.5cm, high 18.5cm, weight 41oz

£500-800

244 FE100/30 A late Victorian four piece tea set Elkington & Co, London 1898, comprising waterpot, teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each of panelled tapered form with ribbon tied rope borders (4)

245 FD697/15 An Armada claret jug Barnards, London 1898, the baluster body with conventional decoration and applied cherubs and masks, the cartouche with presentation inscription, with S scroll hinged handle and lid

Waterpot 22cm high,

36cm high, 37oz

combined weight 60oz

£400-600

£700-900

246 FE184/195B A pair of Victorian silver gilt butter dishes London 1897, of shallow circular form with embossed scroll and gadrooned rim, with glass liners to centre; together with a small silver gilt dish with twin handles and pierced borders, Sheffield 1905 and a foreign silver fruit bowl with embossed border and rim on pedestal foot (4) 17oz

£200-300

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247 FD697/10 A matched three piece tea set consisting of a teapot, John Millward Banks, Birmingham 1896; a twin handled sugar bowl and a milk jug, Chester 1909, with swags of foliate decoration atop four balled feet (3) Combined weight 33oz

£300-500


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248 FE575/2 A late Victorian waterpot J Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1896, the baluster body with lobed lower section and gadrooned rim; together with a simple fruit bowl with pierced rim and engraved details and set of six Apostle teaspoons and tongs (9)

11.5cm high, combined weight 8oz

Water pot 19cm high,

£200-300

249 FE553/60B A pair of Victorian tapersticks London 1896, the knopped and tapered stems with simple socket and scalloped drip tray, the domed bases with pierced scroll work and gadrooned border (2)

combined weight 29.5oz

£250-350

250 FD655/2 A late Victorian punch bowl retailed by Mappin & Webb, London 1895, of hemispherical form with fluted decoration with beaded detail, raised on a dome foot 26cm diameter, 31oz

£400-600

251 FD697/14 A travel vanity case Walker & Hall, London 1923, containing various brushes, mirrors and combs of engine turned pattern, together various bottles of similar design in the fitted pouches of the leater suitcase, maked KF; together with a quantity of other vanity sets of tortoise shell, enamel and silver foliate design (qty)

252 FD705/3E A late Victorian caster London 1889, of baluster form with gadrooned lower section and pierced pull off cover; together with a small collection of cruets and cream jug etc; also to to include three plated toast racks (qty)

253 FC785/2 A Victorian antelope horn table cigar lighter London 1895, the antelope horn mounted with collar mount and gimballed ball lighter Overall length 64cm long

254 FD697/8 A small salver retailed by Reid & Sons, London 1894, of circular outline with scalloped rim and engraved middle eastern design on three decorative bracket feet

£200-300

Diameter 19.5cm, weight 8oz

£100-200

32.4oz

£300-500

£200-300

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255 FD649/6 A pair of late Victorian candle sticks London, 1889, of tapered panelled design on a oval base with inscription ‘from A. C. C 1891’ (2) 22cm high

£150-180 256 FD350/3 A small collection of vesta cases of typical form with engraved decoration and hinged covers; together with a group of four tortoiseshell boxes and six mother of pearl and silver fruit knives (qty) £200-300 257 FE100/39 A Victorian cream jug Martin & Hall, London 1871, of fluted baluster form with engraved panels and initials,; together with a lobed twin handled porringer, Goldsmith & Silversmiths, London 1901; and a panelled octagonal sugar caster, with pierced cover and raised on claw and ball feet, London 1900 (3) Cream jug 15.5cm high, combined weight 21oz

£250-350

261 FE108/10 A composite group of Queen’s pattern flatware various dates and makers (mainly Victorian Edinburgh), of single struck Queen’s pattern with engraved initials, comprising table spoons, dessert spoons, table forks and tea spoons (qty)

265 FD350/2 A Victorian card case Birmingham 1858, of shaped outline with profusely engraved floral panels and borders, with hinged cover; together with a tortoiseshell visiting card case, a gilt and enamel case and a base metal box (4)

52oz

Victorian example 10cm high, 62g

£500-700

£200-300 266 FD109/11 A collection of flatware to include, four Fiddle pattern table forks; an Old English pattern sifter ladle; a marrow scoop etc. (qty)

Combined weight 32oz

262 FE553/60C A group of flatware to include a Victorian part Old English canteen; various teaspoons, sugar tongs etc, also to include some Continental examples (qty)

£280-350

Combined gross weight 47.5oz

£200-300

258 FD697/6 A twin handled sugar vase Martin, Hall & Co, London 1868, of baluster form with foliate decoration to upper half and beaded detail to rim, with angular handles all on a circular foot with similar decoration; together with a christening cup, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1911, with gadrooned and foliate decoration and angular handle; a shallow cup, with foliate decoration and a C scrolled handle, raised on an elongated circular foot, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1909 (3)

259 FC792/23 A Victorian salver JB/EB, London 1868, of shaped circular outline with engraved borders and cartouche 26cm diameter, 17.5oz

£200-300 260 FC792/48B A Victorian coffee pot London 1862, of baluster form with gadrooned and floral decoration, decorated S scroll spout and wooden handle 19cm high, 19oz

£150-250

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£550-750 263 SA159/17 A Victorian silver sugar basket Martin & Hall Sheffield, 1863, the pierced and embossed bowl with garland and swag decoration and beaded rims, on waisted stem and simple spreading circular foot, with blue glass liner 12cm high

267 FD705/3B A Victorian wine ewer J Ashenhiem, London 1851, with slender neck and spout and panelled lower section, with engraved panels of interlaced foliate, with S scroll reeded handle 26cm high, 20oz

£250-350

264 FD705/3 A mid Victorian teapot DH/CH, london 1861, of compressed globular form with all over fluted decoration and flush hinged cover, with short spout and C scroll handle

268 FE45/16 A silver snuff box Edward Smith, Birmingham 1856, of engine turned design and scalloped rim with engraving to the lid; together with a another snuff box with leaf and vine design, Birmingham 1882, and a small silver shoe, Birmingham 1911 (3)

14cm high, 26oz

Combined weight 7oz

£300-500

£300-400

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269 FE95/6 A Victorian christening mug Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1842, of baluster form with profusely embossed landscape scene with blossoming foliage and birds, the scroll formed cartouche with engraved inscription, in fitted case 10.5cm high, 5oz

£200-300 270 No lot

weighable silver 11oz

273 FE100/35 A Victorian mustard pot Reily and Storer, London 1838, of tapered lobed form with everted rim and hinged cover with floral borders, with leaf capped S scroll, handle and raised on four bracket feet; together with an oval drum mustard with engraved decoration R & D Hennell, London 1796 (2)

£150-180

£200-300

271 FE100/14 A William IV mustard pot IL/HL, London 1837, of drum form with trailing flowerhead and foliate borders, the hinged cover similar; together with a continental pepper grinder, marked 800, of conventional form, two small five bar toast racks and a silver plated mustard pot

272 FD698/1 A Victorian spirit kettle stand Barnards, London 1839, formed of four scrolling supports with acanthus capped detail and trefoil foot, the main frame of fineley chased and pierced foliage with central fixed border 24cm wide, 32oz

£300-600

274 FE94/7 A Victorian teapot and milk jug John Tapley, London 1838, the teapot and sugar bowl of tapered lobed form with foliate border and bracket feet (2) Teapot 16cm high, combined weight 33oz

£350-450

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277 FE105/4 A matched collection of flatware various dates and makers, of double struck Kings pattern with shell heel comprising table forks, dessert forks, table spoons, teaspoons and coffee spoons (29)

278 FE105/5 A collection of Fiddle pattern flatware various dates and makers, to include various tablespoons, tableforks, dessert forks and teaspoons etc (qty) 62oz

£600-800

Combined weight 55oz

275 FE94/4 A William IV Irish teapot PL, Dublin 1834, of lobed melon form with short fluted S scroll spout and C scroll handle, the hinged cover with compressed finial

276 FE631/1 A pair of grape scissors John Gammage, Birmingham 1832, of simple scissor action with hourglass handle with shell and thread detail and rosette hinge detail

17.5cm high, 27oz

Length 18cm, weight 3oz

£300-500

£200-300

279 FE1/105 A William IV vinaigrette Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1836, of rectangular outline with reeded sides and engine decorated cover and base, the gilt interior and grille with pierced and engraved foliate scrolls

280 FD496/1 A set of seven George IV teaspoons Glasgow 1826, of Old English pattern with engraved crest; together with five teaspoons and a canteen of silver plated flatware for six covers (qty)

£150-200

£120-180

£600-900

281 FD427/1 A matched George IV three piece tea set Charles & John Fry, 1824 and 1826, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and milk jug, the inverted pear shaped body with embossed panels of foliate and fruit displays on a textured back ground, with everted rims with shell scroll and boars mask borders, with gilt interiors and acanthus capped S scroll handles (3) Teapot 15cm high, combined weight 55oz

£800-1,200

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282 FE1/106 A George IV silver gilt vinaigrette C Rawlings, London 1824, of rectangular outline with engine decorated cover and base, with cast thumbpiece, the interior grille pierced and engraved

283 FC244/3 A George III brandy pan IC/WR, London 1817, the baluster body with sparrow beak spout and simple rim, with turned wooden handle socket set to body 19cm wide (across handle), 5.2oz

£200-300

£100-150

284 FE108/6 A small collection of flatware to include a pair of Fiddle thread and shell sifter ladles, London 1816; tablespoon London 1792; a pair of tablespoons, Edinburgh 1782 and another similar, Edinburgh 1816; together with an engine decorated napkin ring (7) Combined weight 13.4oz

£150-180

285 FE1/120 A George III drum mustard pot M.S, London 1817, of simple form with reeded rims and domed hinged cover with bun finial and pierced thumbpiece, with reeded C scroll handle; together with a Victorian caster, Sheffield circa 1900, of vase form with beaded rim and foot, the pull off cover with pierced decoration (2)

286 FD705/3A A George III teapot Emes & Barnard, London 1815, the main body and cover profusely embossed with scrolls and foliate, with engraved embossed girdle, raised on a short stem and simple foot

8.5cm high, 5.8oz and 15cm high, 3.5oz

£200-300

15cm high, 25oz

£250-350

287 FE95/7 A George III mustard pot London 1809, of baluster rectangular form with gadrooned rim and hinged cover, with matched spoon; together with a George III helmet cream jug two cauldron salts, and a covered milk pot and a pair of Victorian napkin rings (8)

288 FD636/4 A George III inkstand J Roberts, S Mosley & J Settle, Sheffield 1809, the stand of simple rectangular outline with gadrooned border with loop handle, set with wirework frame holding cut glass ponce pot and inkwell 11cm wide, 4oz

£200-250

Combined weight 20oz

£300-500

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289 FD120/1 A set of four George III candlesticks John Younge & Sons, Sheffield 1807, the fluted sconce with a flared and knopped stem, the circular base with gadrooned rims (4) 29cm high

ÂŁ1,500-2,000

290 FE184/190 A George III pedestal teapot R & D Hennell, London 1800, the tapered body raise on a pedestal foot, with wriggle and prick engraved borders and cartouches, the slender S scroll spout and angular handle with engraved details 29cm high, 25.7oz

ÂŁ500-800

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291 FE1/111 A mixed canteen of Fiddle pattern flatware mainly George III and Victorian, comprising eighteen dessert spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks (qty) 74oz

294 FE1/116 A George III baleen handled punch ladle unmarked, the baluster bowl of simple form with reeded everted rim, set to centre with 1762 quarter guinea, socket set to part twisted baleen handle

£700-900

29cm long

£100-120 292 FD350/1A A collection of caddy spoons to include a George III Fiddle pattern example; various foreign and modern examples (8) £300-500 293 FE58/2 A matched Old English and bead canteen various dates and makers, mainly George III, to include six tea spoons, six table spoons, six dessert spoons, six table forks, six dessert forks, some with engraved crest (30) Combined weight 40oz

£400-600

295 FE100/45 A set of four George III open salts London 1805, of canted rectangular form with gadrooned rims, raised on four paw feet (4)

297 FE95/4 A pair of Irish George III wick trimmers James Scott, Dublin 1793, of scissor action with open wirework loop handles with bright cut decoration, the main section with engraved borders and crest, raised on three simple supports 18cm long, 3.4oz

£250-350

13oz

£120-180 296 FD168/1 A cased set of twenty two George III gaming counters the case, London 1796, the counters WW, London 1825, the simple cylindrical box with pull off cover with central engraved cartouche, containing twenty two simple counters with scalloped engraved edges and script initials to centre Case 36mm diameter, combined weight 6oz

£800-1,200

298 FE95/5 A George III chamberstick London 1791, the circular base with centrally set sconce, circular drip pan, with C scroll handle and conical snuffer attached 15cm diameter, 8.7oz

£400-600

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299 FD142/9 A George III snuff box IM, London 1789, of navette outline with flush hinged cover with bright cut border and cartouche, inscribed ‘Daniel Nairn 1793’ 85mm long, 2.6oz

£200-300

300 FC963/22 A George III tea pot John Kidder, London 1783, of oval outline with engraved foliate decoration and beaded detail to the rim, and wooden C scroll handle A-F Height 12cm, weight 14oz

£150-180 301 FE1/102 A George III tea caddy London 1779, of straight sided navette form with domed hinged cover and lock 13.5cm wide, 11oz

£250-300 302 FD392/1 A pair of mounted nut cups mounts unmarked, the carved and polished coconut shell bodies set with simple rim and twin S scroll handles on shaped mounts, raised on a short stem and spreading foot (2) 11.5cm high

£400-600

303 FD350/1 A collection of Caddy spoons to include a bright cut Old English example with shell bowl, H Bateman, London 1784; a single struck King’s pattern example with shovel bowl, R & R Keay (of Perth), Edinburgh 1832; a Fiddle pattern example, Newcastle 1801, by TW and an Old English example with pointed oval bowl, TJ, London 1813 (4)

Combined weight 7.9oz

£300-500

£200-300

304 FD419/1 A collection of flatware to include various Hanoverian tablespoons, some with shell back decoration; various Fiddle pattern spoons and salt shovel, etc (qty)

307 FE19/14 A George III sauce boat with indistinct London marks, of conventional form with everted scalloped rim, raised on hoof feet; together with a small group of flatware to include an ivory handled stilton scoop, serving spoon, sugar tongs, and coffee bean end spoons (qty)

16.8oz

£250-350 305 FE631/6 A large George III salver Henry Chawner, London 1786, of circular outline with beaded detail to the rim, raised on three beaded bracket feet Diameter 30.5cm, weight 29oz

£700-900

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306 FE100/28 A George III swing handled sugar basket Charles Alderidge & Henry Green, London, 1770, pierced foliate decoration with a blue glass liner on a circular pierced foot, together with a George III sugar caster of baluster form, London 1763; a small pepper London 1779 and a pair of sugar nips (4)

£200-400

308 FD88/1 A George II mote spoon Samuel Wheat, with makers mark and lion passant, the tapered stem with pricker point, the bowl with cross and cross piercing and shell back detail 13.5cm long, 8.4g

£300-500 309 FD88/2 A George II/III mote spoon makers mark indistinct (D&S), of conventional form with pierced bowl and tapered stem 13cm long, 10.6g

£150-250 310 SA159/15 A set of four George III pierced salt cellars ES London, 1769, of oval outline with scroll work gallery and raised on four claw and ball feet, two with blue glass liners (4) 8cm wide

£150-250


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311 FE1/123 A group of three George III silver marrow scoops London 1768,1787, 1793, each of conventional double scoop form; together with a George III meat skewer FP?SC, London c1785 date letter lacking, of tapered form with ring terminal and engraved initials (4) Combined weight 7.4oz,

312 FE1/129 A pair of George III salts London 1765, of cauldron from with three hoof feet; together with a small group of napkin rings, pin dishes and beaker (qty) Weighable silver 12.3oz

£250-300

313 FE631/4 A George III coffee pot James Barker or John Broughton, London 1766, of baluster form with decorative S scroll spout and wooden S scroll handle and plain body, on a short stem above a stepped circular foot, engraved initials to the lid

314 FE631/3 Irish sugar vase indistinct Dublin marks, of plain tapered body above a circular trumpet foot, engraved initials to either side of bowl

Height 27cm, weight 24oz

315 FE631/5 A small George III salver Ebenezer Coker, London 1763, of circluar ouline with gadrooned and shell decoration to the rim, on three hoof feet

£800-1,200

skewer 32cm long

£350-500

13cm high, weight 8oz

£300-500

Diameter 19cm, weight 9oz

£400-600

316 FE95/3 A George II snuffer tray William Chawner, London 1759, of shaped rectangular outline with gadrooned edge and indented corners, the engraved crest within foliate cartouche, with S scroll handle and raised on four claw feet 18.5cm wide, 6.8oz

£300-500

317 FE111/3 A pair of George II candlesticks Willian Cafe, London 1758, of conventional form with knopped stem, on a swept square foot with scrolling decoration, engraved armorial to foot, the detachable square sconce with shell detail (2)

318 FD196/6 A pair of George II cauldron salts D Hennell, London 1756, with baluster body with floral garlands embossed and gadrooned thumbprint rim, raised on three hoof feet (2)

Hight 25cm,

£80-120

7cm diameter, combined weight 6.3oz

combined weight 36.6oz

£1,200-1,500

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319 FD84/1 A George II taperstick II, London 1752, the baluster socket with pull out sconce, above foliate capped tapering stem resting and a shaped square base with foliate corners

320 FE94/6 A George II waiter John Robinson II, London 1742, of shaped circular outline with scroll border with shell detail, the centre with monogram script initials, all raised on three hoof feet

13cm high, 5oz

17cm diameter, 8.2oz

£300-500

£180-220

321 FE100/16 A George II salver FS?, London, 1735, of circular outline with scalloped edges on three hoof feet 14.5cm diameter, 5oz

£200-300

322 FD489/42 An antique gold bowl, 1st Millenium BC of circular form, slight flared rim, with a lower stamped row of alternating palmette and stylised bull’s heads, slight moulded base 13cm diameter, 3,5cm high, 39.1g Note: The gold has been analysed and is found to be a good comparison to the composition of known gold from the 1st Millenium period and Near Eastern

£3,000-5,000

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Jewellery Lots 401-890 Wednesday, 28th November at 11am

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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, dyeing, coating or irradiation, may have been used on other gemstones including Jade and associated hardstone that may have been bleached (usually in acid), polymer/resin filled or dyed, or a combination of any of these treatments. 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, in suitable cases, Lyon & Turnbull’s policy to obtain gemmological reports from internationally recognised gemmological laboratories describing certain gemstones sold by Lyon & Turnbull. 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. However, please note that there may not be consensus between different laboratories on the degrees or types of treatment for any particular gemstone. Prospective buyers should be aware that Lyon & Turnbull’s pre-sale estimates assume that gemstones may have been subjected to such treatments. ALL DIMENSIONS, WEIGHTS ARE APPROXIMATE. 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.


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

Lot Numbers

401-451

ANTIQUE JEWELLERY

452-508

GENTLEMAN'S JEWELLERY, CUFFLINKS ETC

509-538

MODERN JEWELLERY

539-566

NAMED JEWELLERY

567-682

DIAMOND JEWELLERY

683-699

PEARL JEWELLERY

700- 727

LADIES’ WRIST WATCHES

728-757

SAPPHIRE JEWELLERY

758-781

EMERALD JEWELLERY

782-846

MULTI-GEM JEWELLERY

847-863

RUBY JEWELLERY

864-890

MIXED JEWELLERY LOTS

PLEASE NOTE: Illustrations are not necessarily to scale.

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

401 FC665/26 An Edwardian moonstone and diamond set brooch set to the centre with a heart cut moonstone cabochon within a border of old mine cut diamonds, surmounted by a similarly cut diamond set bow-tied ribbon

402 FC665/31 A Victorian garnet and diamond set brooch designed as a scrolling bow-tied ribbon surmounting an ovoid garnet carbuncle set drop with glazed locket aperture to reverse, set throughout with graduated old mine and rose cut diamonds

403 FC665/35 An Edwardian multi-gem set brooch/pendant collet set to the centre with a square cut amethyst within a scrolling shaped square white enamelled border and outer rose cut diamond set foliate borders

3cm x 2cm

4.4cm x 4cm

2.8cm x 2.8cm

£2,500-3,000

£1,200-1,400

£600-800

404 FC823/1 A Victorian gem set and bloodstone brooch the oval bloodstone panel with onset gemset bar with foxtail short chain with ball terminals, all in a scrolling frame 47mm (max)

406 FC823/3 A Victorian brooch with drop the scrolling main panel with three cabochon foil backed garnets, single similar small drop, two chain suspensions to a smaller drop pendant also set foil backed garnet cabochons

£180-250

80mm overall length

408 FD413/69 A green enamel and diamond set pendant of egg shape, a white enamel cross, similar to Star of Lazarus on green background with a small old cut diamond to centre, framed in a yellow metal band attached to a small loop

£150-250

15mm long

405 FC823/2 A brooch with applied cast figures of classical warriors in battle of shaped ‘excavated’ form, slight gallery surround, plain pin fastening, indistinctly stamped 3.5cm x 2.1cm (max) 10.5g Note: Loosely similar subjects to plates from ‘Antquities Etrusques, Grecques et Roamines Tirees du Cabinet de M Hamilton’ Naples 17661767

£150-250

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£140-180 407 FD412/39 A pearl and gold mounted pendant frame the gold bar with pearl set drop to an oval double sided glazed pendant, pearl set border, each side with a painted ivory miniature of a boy and a girl

409 FD413/87 A mid 19th century memorial ring the central mixed cut amethyst collet set in a yellow metal shank, blue enamel and engraved leaf decoration, inscription to the interior

Overall length 50mm

Ring size M/N

£180-250

£150-200


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410 FD347/3 OF ASTROLOGICAL INTEREST - a multigem set pendant with chain the petal shaped pendant of open form, millegrain collet set with assorted oval and circular cut gems interspersed by stylised foliate motifs with textured finish, with similar foliate motif to the tapering bale, suspended from a small belcher link chain Lengths: pendant 5.5cm (including bale), chain 44cm Note: Starting at 12 o’ clock Sapphire for Saturn; Topaz for Sun; Cinamon stone for Dragon’s head; Cat’s eye for Dragon’s tail; Yellow sapphire for Jupiter; Pearl for

Moon; Emerald for Mercury; Diamond for Venus; Ruby for Mars. In astrology and astrionomy the planet’s names are well known to us all, however the terms Dragon’s Head and tail may be unknown to those not familiar with the subject of astrology. The Moon’s Nodes (the Dragon’s Head and Tail) are not planets in the strict astronomical sense, but rather sensitive points on the ecliptic, where the pathway of the Moon crosses the course of the Sun. The ecliptic is the path of the Sun through the heavens as seen from the Earth and projected onto the Celestial Sphere.

£600-800

411 FC490/1 A Berber or North African multi-gem and coin set of ceremonial jewellery comprising a headress, bib form necklace and belt, each decorated profusely with graduated coral branch beads, graduated silver coins and circular cut amazonite cabochons, mounted upon tooled leather, with multi-strand ropetwisted tassle ties Hight of headdress 16cm

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412 FD413/55 An Edwardian gold and pearl set necklace the chain with circular links set half pearls onto a main fringe of stars and crescents with stylised swifts between, with an associated star pearl drop pendant Overall length 38cm, drop including bale 53mm

£1,200-1,800

413 FD413/68 A green enamel, 18ct gold and diamond set pendant fob watch the rear cover with guilloche panel, pearl set border and diamonds to the centre, white enamel dial pearl set bezel, enamel bow suspension, the inner cuvette engraved, plain lever movement, unsigned, the cuvette engraved Hamilton and Inches Dial 20mm diameter

£500-900

414 FD468/20 A Victorian gold and enamelled hinged bangle with Greek key design in enamel and engraved, together with a provincial South american panel bracelet with yellow metal panels, apparently unmarked £200-400

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415 FD468/24 A pair of Mid 19th century foil backed ‘amethyst’ bracelets square links, pinched frame, joining together to form a necklace Two 16cm lengths

£200-300


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416 FD479/4 A Edwardian gold pearl and diamond set bracelet slight planished oval links, alternately set old mine cut diamonds and seed pearls, clasp set with a monogram Length 18cm

£250-350

417 FD472/2 A Victorian oval and gem set locket the satin finished body with central row of three turquoise cabochons with rose cut diamonds between, turquoise set bale £250-350

419 FD468/28 A 19th century gem set dress ring set border of seed pearls and small diamonds with a central foil back paste of blue colour, (not tested), mounted on an earlier chased gold ring Head 23mm x 18mm

£300-500

422 FD479/20 A pair of Victorian enamel and paste set pendant earrings the oval drops with blue enamel ground, paste border and star motif, together with a pair of 9ct white gold ear studs set small sapphires and eight cut diamonds, both with screw fittings (2) £80-140

418 FD472/3 A pair of Victorian pins the filligree balls with allover wire work detail, chain suspensions and further drops (unmarked) £300-400

420 FD479/9 A mid 20th century silver and enamel pendant watch the spherical ball with marcasite border, guilloche and enamel case, gilt detail, the silver chain with black and enamel bar link spacers £100-150 421 FD479/15 A long Victorian gold, pearl and turquoise set muff chain circular links, collet set turquoise, and baroque pearls

422A FD489/57 An Edwardian citrine set bar brooch corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut golden yellow citrine, within a fourleaf clover shaped surround, suspended from a plain rectangular bar, stamped 9ct; together with a Victorian memorial brooch with central swivelling glazed oval panel, one side containing hair scrolls, within an outer foliate scroll decorated border, with additional safety chain (2) £150-250

Length 144cm

£300-500

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423 FD472/4 A pair of Victorian coral pendant ear drops with a carved coral ball terminal, plain gold links to the tapering carved coral pendants; together with a Victorian cameo brooch, the shell cameo carved with a walking lion, all in a scrolling yellow metal frame (2)

424 FD479/5 A Victorian gold bracelet apparently unmarked, composed of four clasped tight link chains, the cast terminals chased with foliate and fox head decoration Length 17cm, 40g

£350-500

Length 65mm (maximum)

£200-350

425 FD489/24 An old cut diamond set brooch of pierced oval form, composed of foliate scrolls, set throughout with rose cut diamonds around the central floral cluster millegrain set with a table cut diamond

31mm wide, pearl approximately 11mm long

4.6cm x 4.3cm

£700-900

427 FD468/12 An 18th/19th century gold and diamond set brooch of bow form, set square cut rose cut diamonds and a large baroque pearl suspension

£600-900 428 FD468/14 A 19th century gold mounted cross possibly Cantonese, the delicate filigree work with pearl set detail, all mounted on a tortoiseshell frame, fitted box, indistinctly marked Hoach**o From Canton

426 FD412/43 A diamond set bar brooch the principal central cluster set with circular cut diamond millegrain set and with a border of twelve small diamonds, each side pave set twenty six mixed cut diamonds, pierced gallery

10cm long

Overall width 74mm

£400-600

£700-1,000

429 FC665/33 A pair of purple paste set earrings, circa 1740 each composed of two large oval rose cut purple pastes, flanked to either side by a smaller rectangular rose cut purple paste, with circular hinged fittings and double wig loops Each 3.8cm x 3.5cm

£2,000-3,000

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430 FD479/17 A 19th century emerald and diamond cluster ring the oval foil backed cabochon emerald with a rose cut diamond set border, scroll pierced gallery, leaf clasping to the shank, together with a diamond set spray brooch of floral form, set in silver with gold backing, (parts lacking) (2)

431 FD489/20 A 19th century micro-mosaic brooch of girandole design, depicting a winged beetle, with tassle drops 7.5cm x 4.5cm

£700-900

432 FD489/29 A pair of 19th century jasperware ceramic cameo pendant earrings each inset with a shaped oval doublesided jasperware ceramic cameo panel, depicting assorted classical figures, within ropetwisted and beaded borders, with screw-turned fittings Length 45mm

Cabochon 13 x 8mm, Ring size O1/2

£700-900

£400-600

433 FD489/25 A pair of 19th century seed pearl set pendant earrings each composed of an oval panel star set to the centre with a seed pearl within fluted and ropetwisted borders, surmounted a domed circular panel with wire fittings Length 38mm

£300-500

435 FD489/27 A Victorian seed pearl and enamel decorated brooch of girandole design, star set to the centre with a seed pearl, within a deep blue enamelled star shaped border, within outer petal shaped, ropetwisted and beaded borders, suspending a similarly decorated tapering drop, with glazed oval panel to reverse

437 EY143/2 An Edwardian enamel, pearl and diamond brooch of circular form, the blue guilloche enamel disc with onset diamond set star, outer pave set border of rose cut diamonds and pearl set border, pin with safety clasp to rear 24mm diameter

£300-500

7cm x 4.2cm

434 FD468/15 A Victorian gold brooch circular with a beaded border and acorn motif to the centre 34mm diameter

£200-300

£300-500 436 FE13/4 A 19th century micro-mosaic brooch of rectangular form, the central panel of yellow metal applied ROMA with two circular terminals containing micromosaic decoration of a bird and flowers Length 60mm

438 FC221/60B A good late Victorian gold and enamel pendant fob watch the blue and white enamel brooch fitting of ribbon form, set half pearls, the 18K gold fob watch, enamel dial in colours, the reverse with half pearl and diamond set motif with enamel detail Overall length 65mm

£300-500

£200-300

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439 FD489/30 A Victorian fancy link bracelet composed of shaped circular curb form links with foliate scroll engraved decoration, with concealed hinged clasp and safety chain Length 19cm, 43.4g

£1,500-2,000

440 FE575/4 A late Victorian diamond set Maltese cross form brooch/pendant set throughout with graduated old mine and old European cut diamonds, with detachable diamond set bale, suspended from a later belcher link chain Brooch pendant 4.5cm x 3.8cm (including bale), chain 45cm

£3,000-5,000

443 FE45/2 An Edwardian bouton pearl and diamond set shamrock form brooch claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, also set with three cultured bouton pearls, each within an open petal shaped surround, set throughout with borders of graduated old European cut diamonds 4.3cm x 3.8cm

£2,000-3,000 441 FD625/10 A mid to late 19th century gold enamel and gem set brooch the principal enamel on copper panel of oval shape featuring the Madonna, Jesus and John the Baptist within a simple rubover frame; the outer frame composed of two intertwinning serpents with enamel decoration and a ruby to each head, in fitted shaped case 55mm high

£400-600

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442 FE575/3 A late-Victorian diamond set crescent form brooch with central claw set border of graduated old European cut diamonds flanked by borders set with rose cut diamonds Diameter 35mm

£700-900

444 FE54/1 A Victorian cameo brooch in gold surround showing an angel and child, scrolling frame work and ball detail; together with another shell cameo with naked lady in a shell with winged putto and a Triton, all within a scrolling paste set frame; a green gem set Victorian drop pendant Largest 55mm wide

£200-300


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445 EV881/2 A Victorian serpent form necklace the articulated body composed of overlapping graduated shaped circular links, with stylised head to one terminal, with collet set circular cut garnet cabochon eyes, also set with a border of graduated rectangular cut green gems, amidst foliate scrolls, with additional scroll form drop also set with two rectangular cut green gems, with concealed clasp, contained in a tooled plum leather fitted case Length 49cm

£1,500-2,500

446 EV881/3 A pair of bouton pearl and diamond set floral earrings each set to the centre with a cultured bouton pearl (untested), measuring approximately 6.8-7mm diameter, within a stylised flowerhead surround, set with graduated rose and old mine cut diamonds, with post and hinged clip fittings

447 FE86/2 Double heart bar brooch central design of a heart shaped amethyst and a similar peridot in a border of seed pearls, with bow design above and three seed pearls at each terminal, together with a safety chain

Diameter 30mm

448 FD479/16 A Victorian gilt metal muff chain of ribbed links, knotted spacer links, with two tassel suspensions

£1,000-2,000

450 FD489/63 An 19th century shell form lover’s eye miniature portrait decorated brooch the stylised shell off-set to one side with a miniature eye portrait 3.4cm x 2.2cm

£1,000-1,500

35mm long

Length 146cm

451 FD489/55 A jasperware ceramic cameo pendant composed of a large ovoid cameo drop, surmounted by a cannatille decorated cap beneath a circular jasperware ceramic cameo within a similar cannatille decorated surround

£150-250

Length 60mm

£200-300

£300-500 449 No lot

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Gentlemen’s Jewellery & Watches

452 FD310/25 A gentleman’s 18ct white gold mounted diamond set ring designed as a broad tapering band, inset to the centre front with a round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 1.53cts Ring size R

453 FD489/33 VAN CLEEF & ARPELS - a pair of Art Deco onyx and diamond set cufflinks each with canted square terminals, millegrain collet set to the centre with a single cut diamond, to an onyx ground with satin-finished outer border additionally millegrain set to each corner with a rose cut diamonds, the terminals conjoined by hinged slim oval links, stamped V.C.A. and numbered 91.002, additionally stamped with French control marks

£5,800-6,500

Terminals 1.1cm x 1.2cm

£800-1,200

454 FD413/66 A pair of diamond set cuff links each with oval front with textured finish and central oval panel pave set with single cut diamonds, with swivel backs, monogrammed and stamped 434 B, contained in a fitted case stamped MAPPIN & WEBB LTD, together with a ruby and cultured pearl set stickpin, the terminal designed as the Southern star, and another cultured pearl set stickpin (3)

457 FD468/3 A group of gentlemans jewellery to include: a cased pair of 9ct gold cufflinks of textured form in Garrard box, three pearl set studs, pair of 9ct gold St Christopher cufflinks, a 9ct gold golfing iron tie pin, a ruby and half pearl set tie pin and a small pearl set tie pin, both cased (qty) 23g weighable gold

£450-650

£220-280

459 FE56/2 An Edwardian multi-gem set and enamelled shamrock form brooch of open form,set to the centre with an ovoid cultured pearl, the three petals each with blue guilloche enalled edge and knife-bar lattice to centre highlighted with collet set old mine cut diamonds, with detachable brooch fitting, contained in a shamrock shaped tooled green leather fitted case, stamped COLLINGWOOD & CO...LONDON 3cm x 3.4cm

455 FE110/1 A pair of Russian silver gilt anchor cufflinks marked 84 to the cross of the fouled anchor, chain links with bar £300-400 456 FD446/1 A 9ct gold Albert of traditional curb links, bloodstone fob Weight 45.2g

£400-600

£300-500

458 FD65A/1 A gentleman’s 18ct gold mounted diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond estimated diamond weight 1.40cts Ring size: S

£6,000-9,000

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460 FD65A/2 An 18ct gold signet ring the front of swivelling design, decorated with Masonic emblems against a deep blue enamelled ground, the reverse engraved with a Tikki, shank inscribed Ring size: J/K, 9g

£180-250


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461 FD489/52 An Edwardian pair of moonstone set cufflinks each with oval terminals collet set with an oval cut moonstone cabochon within an open oval border, the terminals conjoined by small belcher form links

463 FD65A/6 A gentleman’s 9ct gold bracelet composed of flattened curb form links, with concealed clasp and safety clip Length 19.5cm, 94.5g

£1,000-1,500

Terminals 1.5cm x 1.2cm

£400-600 462 FD489/61 A pair of sapphire and diamond set cufflinks the oval fronts with central invisibly set border of calibre cut sapphires, flanked to either side by pave set round brilliant cut diamonds, with small swivelling oval terminals, setting stamped 750 Fronts 2.6cm x 1.1cm

£1,600-1,900

464 FE49/5 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set signet ring the plain oval front inset with a round brilliant cut diamond, to a tapering shank

Ring size: V/W, weight 8.4g

£300-400

Ring size: T

£750-850

Fronts: 2.2cm x 1.3cm, 12.5g total

467 FE110/2 A pair of Russian silver mounted multigem set cufflinks indistinctly marked, each with oval terminal collet set with a scarab carved gem, including lapis lazuli, rock crystal, amethyst and jasper, conjoined by a slim waisted link, the amethyst scarab incised with three hieroglyphics to reverse

£450-550

Length of terminals 1.7cm

466 FE49/2 A pair of diamond set cufflinks the rectangular fronts each composed of six smaller rectangular panels, alternately satin-finished and pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, with decorative lozenge pierced setting to reverse and swivel post fittings, stamped 14K, with fitted case

465 FE267/4 A gentleman’s platinum band of rounded plain form, in presentation box

£600-800

468 FE110/3 BOUCHERON - a carved rock crystal lidded box of cylindrical form with slightly domed hinged cover, applied to the centre with a reverse painted crystal intaglio depicting a marguerite, with circular cut ruby cabochon to the thumb-piece, signed BOUCHERON PARIS 4cm x 2.7cm

£1,500-2,000

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469 FD489/53 An early 20th century pair of 18ct gold mounted sapphire and diamond set cufflinks each with oval terminal inset with either an old European cut diamond or a circular cut sapphire Terminals 1.9cm x 1.5cm

£1,500-2,500 470 FD468/30 A cased pair of 18ct gold and platinum cufflinks together with a pair of studs to match, with mother of pearl discs and seed pearl centres and three other associated studs £150-200

471 FD489/68 DAVID WEBB - a pair of enamel decorated novelty cufflinks the fronts each designed as stylised zebra’s head, with oval red enamelled eyes, with hinged curved backs, with black and white striped enamel decoration throughout, signed and stamped 18K 2.8cm x 2.4cm x 1.2cm, 30.5g total

Note: David Webb established himself as the go-tojeweller for the Manhattan glitterati in the 1950s through his unique approach to organic form and distinctive style. His iconic animal jewellery originated mostly from the 1960s allowed his work to embody a new, tribal style by the end of the decade. His use of bold, contrasting colours, enamels and gems provides a certain amount of distinctive charm to his pieces that outlives his untimely death in 1975. The company he established is still ever expanding, now boasting outlets in Beverly Hills, Houston and Kuwait.

£4,000-6,000

474 FC85/22 A cased set of silver and enamel buttons and matching buckle Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, the oval buckle with blue enamel and silver stripes, chased border and six circular buttons to match, with clips, cased, together with another cased set of enamelled buttons and cufflinks in green £200-300

Ring size: Q

473 FE52/1 ORDER OF ST MICHAEL and ST GEORGE - a pair of gold and enamel cufflinks composed of circular discs with onset enamel and gold insignia, plain chain links, torpedo terminal (2)

£2,000-3,000

£250-400

472 FD393/1 An 18ct gold mounted diamond threestone ring the oval front inset with three round brilliant cut diamonds, to a tapering shank

475 FE56/10 A Victorian yellow metal Albert composed of three rows of belcher link chains, slider with T-bar, the terminals with jump rings, one with chased foliate decoration the other plain, clip stamped 10ct Length 30cm, 40g

£150-250

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476 FE49/3 A pair of diamond set cufflinks each with two-coloured curved rectangular front, box set to the centre with a princess cut diamond, with swivel backs, setting stamped 14K Fronts 1.8cm x 1cm, 9.5g

£450-550 477 FE108/14 Two cased 19th century gem set tie pins the principal modelled as a basket hilted sword with enamel grip, a pearl and garnet set tie pin, an opal bar brooch, a turquoise and pearl set brooch with a swift, various cufflinks etc £120-180

478 FE110/5 OF THEATRICAL INTEREST - an early 20th century silver cigarette case of hinged slim square form, engraved with a London street map indicating theatres, the gilt interior inscribed SHANE JACKSON 1939 7.5cm x 8.5cm x 0.9cm, 100.1g

£500-700

479 FD65C/1 Three pairs of cufflinks to include one yellow metal pair (tested as 22ct gold), of plain circular form; a stamped 9ct gold pair of navette shape; a rectangular white metal pair stamped SILVER (3)

482 FD65A/13 OMEGA - a gentlemans gold wrist watch the champagne dial inscribed, with Arabic and baton numerals, subsidiary seconds hand, integral polished gold Rolex bracelet, screw off back

Main gold cufflinks 24.6g

Dial width 30mm

£700-900

£300-500

480 FD65A/8 A 9ct gold short Albert combined with a pair of diamond set earstuds of plaque form set small eight cut diamonds; a pair of 14k gold cufflinks set chrysoberyl, two 14k gold tie tacks; a silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration (qty)

483 FD477/4 An 18ct gold flexible watch bracelet of open form, snap clasp, adjustable

Chain 15g

481 FE72/1 OMEGA - a gentleman’s 18ct gold DE VILLE wrist watch the black rounded square dial with gilt baton numerals and hands, fitted to a tapering interwoven bracelet, with foldover clasp

£400-600

Width of watch head 3.2cm

21g

£400-500

£2,000-3,000

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484 FD477/5 BAUME ET MERCIER - an 18ct gold gentleman’s wrist watch the square champagne dial with gilt baton numerals, gilt hands, date aperture, Baume et Mercier 17 jewel movement, plain snap case numbered 329312 / 37033

485 FD65A/12 OMEGA - a late 1960’s gentleman’s 18ct gold wrist watch the rectangular dial with black baton numerals, fitted to a tapering woven bracelet, with textured finish and foldover clasp, with original tooled red leather box

486 FD350/8 ROLEX - a gentleman’s Oysterdate wrist watch, circa 1973 stainless steel case, dark champagne dial, baton numerals, inscribed Rolex Oysterdate, Precision, integral steel bracelet, numbered 6694 and 389 1287 at the lugs, screw down winder

Dial width 25mm

Width of watch head 20mm

Diameter of watch head 33mm

£400-600

£800-1,200

£600-800

488 FD468/6 A gentleman’s 18ct two colour gold 1940s wrist watch tank shape, unsigned Swiss movement but stylish design Case 30mm x 25mm maximum

£250-400 489 FD445/1 LOUIS VUITTON - a gentleman’s wrist watch Tambour 227 Chronometer, stainless steel case, rubber strap 487 FC85/17 A gold and enamelled cased pocket watch keyless wind with full hunter cases, the outer case (marked 18K) with applied enamelled armorials, the white dial with sweep second hand, Roman numerals, Month, Day, Date, subsidiary seconds dial, moonphase aperture, striking on a gong, quarter repeat mechanism

£150-250

Dial 48mm diameter

£100-120

£1,800-2,500

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490 FD350/10 A silver cased pocket watch open faced keyless wind, lever movement, dial and movement inscribed J W Benson London, in original Benson box (2)


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491 FD167/10A J W LYON EDINBURGH - an 18ct gold cased key wind pocket watch later dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, gilt hands, enclosed movement inscribed Dial 42mm diameter

£300-500 492 FD167/10 J JOHNSON LONDON - a gold pair cased verge pocket watch the outer case with bold rococo design of figures with drapes, the original dial with outer Arabic and inner Roman numerals, blued steel hands, the movement signed and numbered 2009, well pierced balance wheel cover, square section baluster supports

494 FD410/1 ETERNA - A gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wrist watch plain champagne dial, sweep second hand with baton numerals, leather strap, combined with a 9ct gold and multi gem set bracelet and pendant, the bracelet composed of vari-coloured gems of pear shaped and claw set, box clasp with safety clip and a pendant to match of similarly set navette cut stones, plain bi-furcated bale, Bracelet 19cm long Dial diameter 30mm

£250-350

495 FD413/51 An 18k gold demi hunter cased fob watch plain enamel dial, Roman numerals, keyless wind, engraved monogram to rear cover, open lever movement Dial 21mm diameter

£250-450 496 FC963/44 Silver ballooning watches in case John Collard Vickery, London 1907, consisting of a pocket watch and android barometer in a tablet shaped fitted case; combined with a silver pocket watch in case, Birmingham 1927 (2) £450-650

Dial 34mm diameter

£500-700 493 FD444/1 LONGINES - A gentlemans super solo duo dial wrist watch c.1932, stainless steel, the face of rectangular shape, baton numerals surrounding the two circular dials, the subsidiary seconds dial below, to a leather bracelet; Movement Number 5202292 Dial length 30mm Note: The super solo duo dial wristwatch is also traditionally known as a doctors watch. The term most likely originates from the dial layout; the high visibility of the subsidiary seconds dial made the watch popular amongst the medical profession, as it was ideal for timing a patients heartbeat. It is a distinct 1930s design, the first duo dial watches appeared in the late 1920s and grew in popularity over the following decade.

£600-900

497 FD167/10B PATEK CZAPEK & Co. (1839-1845) A Swiss gold cased pocket watch the unmarked case with different engravings to each cover, engraved silvered dial with Roman numerals, (glass lacking) the inner cuvette engraved ‘Patek & Czapek W Geneve, No 737’ plain lever movement Dial 36mm diameter

£300-500

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498 FD479/11 A Victorian gold and enamel fob watch the later gold bow suspension with ruby and seed pearl terminals, the watch with an engraved silvered dial, the rear case with blue enamel detail, the inner cuvette engraved ‘Mercier et Renaud Geneve , Aigulles, No 4096’ key wind movement Dial 30mm, overall length 70mm

502 FE105/1 A group of three pocket watches the principal half hunter 18ct gold pocket watch watch, with enamel Roman numerals to front case, and engraving to the rear, together with a larger gold plated hunter pocket watch with engraving to front case and subsidiary seconds dial, and a silver cased open faced pocket watch (3)

£150-250

18ct gold example 35mm

£150-200 499 FE108/2 An 18ct gold hunter cased fob watch the case with engraved monogram, enamel dial with Roman numerals, movement inscribed R Stewart Buchanan Street Glasgow, together with a Waltham rolled gold hunter cased pocket watch (2) £200-300 500 FE1/140C An 18ct gold hunter cased pocket watch keyless wind with plain case of good gauge, the stepped enamelled dial with sweep second hand, outer fine split seconds indicators, hour Roman numerals, blued hands, numbered to the dial 46301, the three quarter plate lever movement inscribed J S Jeffrey Bo’ness and numbered 49301, side stop start slide, together with a small gold fob watch Dial 48mm diameter

£500-800 501 FE551/107 A Continental gold open faced pocket watch the case with engine turning, white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the lever movement with a cuvette engraved ‘J MATILE, GENEVE’ , (suspension loop lacking)

505 FD199/12 An 18ct gold cased demi hunter watch keyless wind, the outer cover with Roman numerals, white enamel dial, the rear cover with blue enamel monogram, the inner cuvette engraved ‘examined by Webster Queen Victoria Street London N0. 15876’, plain lever movement with bi-metal balance wheel, together with an attractive carved ivory bracelet of flowerheads with slight pink staining to the centre £300-400

503 FD391/15A An 18ct gold demi-hunter cased pocket watch keyless wind with an enamel outer cover, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, engraved monogram to the rear, the movement inscribed Stauffer De Fonds; a mid 20th century chrome cased gentlemans wrist watch, off white dial, inscribed Omega, subsidiary seconds dial, Arabic numerals and in a period Omega case; together with a white metal novelty spoon, the handle as a Guard’s officeer with a busby, indistinctly marked Note: For a comprehensive article about Stauffer and Co see http://www.vintagewatchstraps.com/stauffer.html

£250-350 504 FD5/3 A late 19th century gold hunter cased key wind pocket watch floral and engine turned decorated case, white enamel dial, inscribed to the cuvette ‘Marion Burn Murdoch’ Diameter 37mm

£300-500

506 FD413/91 A gilt pocket watch and gold chain a gentlemans keyless wind cased pocket watch, circular enamel dial featuring Roman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial at the 6 o’clock position Chain 42cm long, 24g

£250-450 507 FD167/10C ANDREW DICKIE, LONDON - an 18ct gold pair cased verge pocket watch the outer case plain in 18ct gold, the watch with enamel dial with plain Arabic numerals, single hand (one lacking) the cuvette inscribed and numbered 3052, the movement also signed and numbered, square section balustrer pillars, well pierced balance wheel cover Dial 36mm diameter

£600-900 508 FC85/3 An 18ct gold enamel cased fob watch the keyless wind movement with unusual guilloche enamel dial with gilt Arabic numerals, engraved with enamelled rear cover with Fleur di Lys motifs, dial 21mm; combined with a diamond set stick pin, the circular brilliant cut diamond claw set (2)

Dial 44mm diameter

Diameter of watch head 25mm

£300-400

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509 FC106/1 A small three stone diamond ring the circular brilliant claw set diamonds on an angle, also a gold wedding band and an aquamarine pendant, a perido and seed pearl pendant, a cameo and two modern costume necklaces (7) £150-200 510 FC649/1 A modernist diamond set suite comprising a pendant and a pair of earrings, each claw set with four round brilliant cut diamonds surmounting an undulating border composed of curved satin-finished oval links, setting stamped 750 Lengths 20mm and 16mm

£200-300

511 EZ449/4 A mid-20th century multi-gem set and enamelled brooch designed as a stylised bird on a branch, the textured head with pear cut ruby set eye, above the red guilloche enamelled oval body, with oval cut sapphire set feet resting upon a branch set with single cut diamonds, surmounting a pierced stylised foliate border, stamped 750 5cm x 2.8cm

£300-500

512 FC351/27 An 18ct gold woven link bracelet and similar necklace the bracelet of five interwoven straps of corded gold, clasp fitting, the necklace of triple woven cords, similar fitting Bracelet 18.5cm wide, Necklace 43mm long, 90g

£1,500-1,800

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513 FC351/23 An 18ct gold neck chain of rope twist design, together with a single strand of cultured pearls, white metal clasp set small eight cut diamonds and ruby, combined with a ladies 18ct gold openfaced keyless wind fob watch, engraved monogram to rear cover, white dial, Arabic numerals, movement enscribed Elkington & Co. Dial diameter 30mm Chain 59cm, 19g Pearls 49cm

£450-700

514 FC823/4 A large gold neck chain of tapering slightly flattened curb links 31g, 55cm long

£200-300 515 FC589/22 A contemporary silver bangle LD, London, 2003, the main circular bangle of tapering beaten form with three graduated swivel yellow metal hoops as a central detail, together with a yellow metal bangle apparently unmarked or circular form with two chased foliate decorated bands (2) Internal diameter silver bangle 60mm

516 FD478/3 A diamond and ruby frog brooch the body of yellow metal, set with small old cut rubies and two small circular cut diamonds as eyes

£120-180

Length 25mm

£180-220

518 FD65A/7 A Victorian style 9ct gold bangle of broad hinged design, the front foliate scroll engraved, with concealed clasp and safety chain Diameter 60mm, 31.7g

£350-450

520 FD492/1 THE RINGMAKER - a diamond solitaire ring and matching diamond set wedding band the solitaire claw set in 18ct yellow gold with twist setting, together with the matching diamond set wedding band Ring size, J/K

517 FD479/1A A group of three gem set dress rings the first in 9ct gold set with a large smoky quartz, the stone clasped in a textured naturalistic mount; a smaller dress ring set rectangular cut stone, corner claw set; the third ring set with a striped golden yellow/orange gem stone of rectangular cut, corner claw set in a ball and scroll surround and gallery (3) £150-200

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519 FD65A/5 A 9ct gold necklace of plain form, satin polished circlet drop, combined with a 9ct gold fob seal the oval matrix without inscription, surmounted by a pierced scrolling domed mount and small suspension ring and a pair of engine turned 9ct gold cufflinks of canted rectangular form (qty) Necklace 9g

£200-300

£600-900 521 FD479/1 A group of three amethyst and other gem set dress rings the largest with a rectangular cut amethyst corner claw set on a pierced basket setting and shoulders in 9ct gold; a circular cut amethyst multi-claw set in a tall gallery, pierced detail, plain 9ct gold shank; the last set with a chrysoberyl cats eye in a conforming oval setting, pierced border, plain 9ct gold shank (3) £180-250


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522 FD477/3 An 18ct gold bracelet of flattened curb links, snap clasp, with safety clips 19cm long, 37g

£750-850 523 FD435/1 A locket with chain, bangle and necklace the 9ct gold Victorian style locket set to the centre front with a seed pearl, suspended from a fine curb link chain; the 9ct gold ropetwisted bangle of solid form; the necklace of graduated fringed design, foliate scroll engraved to the front, clasp stamped 18 (3)

526 FC823/6 An 18ct gold and enamel medal decorated with a map of the island of Sardinia with Sarroch highlighted by a ruby, the reverse showing the refinery for Saras S.p.A., plain loop suspension

528 FC650/1 A diamond set ring of bombe form, with engraved cross hatched lines, set small diamonds, in yellow metal with rhodium plating

32mm diameter, 20g

£200-300

Note: Saras Raffinerie Sarde SpA is an Italian energy provider founded in 1962, oil refining the primary industry

£300-400

6.6g, 7.6g, 20.7g

527 FC823/5 A mid 20th century silver dress ring marked JD and stamped silver, of cube design, the top with enclosed inset smoky quartz stone, plain rectangular body with offset hole for finger

£300-500

Ring size: J/K, 25mm high x 18mm wide

524 FE51/7 A mid-20th century identity bracelet composed of large hollow flattened curb form links, with central canted and curved rectangular panel, inscribed in script BONI KING, with additional presentation inscription to reverse, dated 1967, also stamped with indistinct control marks

£100-200

Ring size N

529 FD105/1 A group of four wedding bands two x 22ct gold, two x white metal, one stamped platinum Ring sizes O, O, N, I, Total weight 14.7g,

£280-350 530 FD413/78 A three coloured gold bracelet of woven design with textured finish and another smaller of wavy design, also a small 14k gold cased lady’s wrist watch, slight engraved detail to the bezel 18cm, Bracelets 27.6g

£200-300

Length 20cm, 42.8g

£250-350 525 FD387/10 A pearl set leaf brooch modelled as a spray of fern leaves with six onset small seed pearls, together with a circular brooch depicting a kneeling lady within a circle and textured ground engraved to the rear (2) £200-300

531 FD479/6 An interesting flexible gold bracelet marked 14k, the large hinged curved links of ‘V’ form Length 18cm, 85g

£1,000-1,400

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532 FD479/8 DOWER & HALL - A silver gilt and gem set dress ring the broad gilt band with cabochon collet set gems, with scroll wirework detail, with a two colour gold flexible ring, brick form links Ring sizes N, Q

£80-140 533 FE51/11 A pair of simulated Alexandrite set earrings each corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut simulated Alexandrite, within a Boteh shaped surround composed of textured scroll work, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped PABLO 18K

534 FE110/13 A heavy continental 18ct gold bracelet composed of three large shaped oval links, conjoined by smaller oval belcher form links, with concealed hinged clasp and additional safety clip stamped with continental gold control marks, also stamped MOD. DEP. 750 Length 20cm, 94.9g total

Length 5cm

£100-200

£2,000-3,000

535 FE45/1 A 9ct gold charm bracelet the bracelet composed of flattened curb form links with padlock form clasp and safety chain, suspending ten assorted charms, some gem set, to include a £1 contained in a glazed box

537 FE51/5 A 1960’s 18ct two-coloured gold compact of hinged square form, with basket weave finish, opening to reveal a mirror and powder compartment, with fawn suede pochette

Length: 18cm, 44.6g

7.5cm x 7.5cm x 1.1cm

£300-500

£400-500

536 FE51/4 A pair of large circular ear clips each of circular outline, with central highly polished dome, within small beaded and outer broad planished borders, with hinged clip fittings, signed indistinctly to reverse Diameter 4cm

£150-250

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538 FE51/9 A stylised leopard’s head form ring and another enamelled and gem set ring the first ring of tapering design, the front formed as a stylised leopard’s head decorated with red and black enamel, with circular cut ruby set eyes, to a tapering shank, stamped 750; the second ring designed as a broad tapering band, the bombe front enamelled in black and white in a Zebra print, flanked above and below by borders of circular cut colourless gems (2) Ring size of both: M/N

£150-200


Named Jewellery

539 FE51/12 ANTICA MURRINA - a contemporary Murano glass suite comprising a necklace and matching bracelet, each composed of scroll shaped circular and spherical bead amber coloured glass links, conjoined by planished yellow metal oval links, signed, with original boxes (2)

540 FD489/21 ANTON MICHELSON - a modernist silver and ceramic pendant the plain silver cross holding a white and gilt glazed ceramic quadrant to the lower half, suspended from a long belcher link chain Pendant 6.6cm x 5cm, chain 100cm

£300-500

Maximum lengths: necklace from clasp to tip of centre 28cm, bracelet 21cm

£100-200

BULGARI Bulgari jewellery is instantly recognisable through a number of key stylistic traits. The company, which was set up in Rome by Greek immigrant Sotirio Voulgaris in 1884, is steeped in its Italian culture, referencing its ancient roots through architectural inspired designs, the bangle and earrings in the following pages bring to mind the monumental columns of ancient Rome and Greece, and was typical of their style in the 1970s. Bvlgari is also famous for their compact, rounded forms, generous decoration of colourful gems, which distinguishes them from their competitors and making them the go-to jeweller for stars of the stage and screen, including Elizabeth Taylor. 541 FE267/3 BULGARI - an 18ct gold and multi gem set pendant the circular disc with engraved Bulgari detail holding six moveable gold set cabochon gems; citrine, peridot, pink tourmaline, blue topaz and an amethyst, all on a heavy 18ct gold Bulgari chain and in a Bulgari presentation box Pendant 36mm long including bale, overall weight 16.1g, neck chain 42cm

£2,500-3,500

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542 FE12/8 BULGARI - A pair of B Zero 1 earrings of broad hoop design with spiral fluted sides and signed edge, hinged clasp and post fittings, with original fitted boxes Diameter 13mm, weight 15g

£300-500

543 FE12/11 BULGARI - B Zero 1 bangle of broad hinged design, with spiral fluted sides and signed edge, signed and also stamped MADE IN ITALY 750, with rectangular plaque to inside inscribed AMALIENBORG 27.03.1998 MOBILE USA, with orignal boxes Diameter 58mm, weight 77g

£1,800-2,500

544 FE110/6 CARTIER - an amethyst and turquoise set brooch claw set to the centre with an oval cut deep purple amethyst flanked to either side by a rectangular box set rectangular cut turquoise cabochon, signed CARTIER and stamped MADE IN FRANCE, to a simple bar brooch fitting Width 4.6cm

£1,500-1,800

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545 FE12/7 CARTIER - a pair of trinity gold earrings of traditional form, in Cartier case, certificates etc £300-500


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546 FE110/8 CARTIER - a scarce early 20th century miniature travel clock/photograph frame of shaped rectangular design, the curved hinge with central convex rectangular glazed panel containing the slim rectangular dial with black Arabic numerals, the opposing end opening to reveal two glazed square apertures, the outer case inscribed to one side H.T. 1940 FROM K.G.S., contained in a tooled red leather fitted case inscribed CARTIER... 4cm x 2.8cm x 0.6cm Note: Ref Le Temps de Cartier, P240, illustrated, circa 1940

£1,500-2,000

4cm x 3.7cm

549 FE51/14 CARTIER - a gold plated lighter, another and a propelling pencil the Cartier lighter of slim oval form, with textured finish and hinged cover, signed and numbered A47330; also another gold plated lighter, of slim rectangular form, with engine turned finish and hinged cover, signed S J DUPONT DE PARIS, MADE IN FRANCE and numbered V5KA84; together with a propelling pencil, with engine turned turned octagonal barrel, the clip initialled in script and stamped 750 (3)

£1,500-2,000

Lengths 7cm, 5.8cm and 10.8cm

547 FE110/14 CARTIER (Attributed to) - a 1940’s ruby and diamond set clip of open circular form applied to the upper edge with a scroll, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds and invisibly set calibre cut rubies, the lower edge collet set with seven graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, with hinged open circular clip fitting, setting stamped 750, JC and indistinctly numbered, contained in a tooled red leather case stamped CARTIER....

£200-400 548 FC665/32 CARTIER - a French gold brooch of asymmetric scroll design, with ribbed finish, ropetwisted edge and hinged double pin fitting with safety bar, signed CARTIER PARIS and numbered indistinctly probably 12920 5.5cm x 2.8cm, 14.3g

£800-1,200

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550 FE110/4 CARTIER - an Indian inspired compact of square form the brass body with allover engraved and coloured enamel decoration of exotic birds, with an onyx thumb piece with a claw set carved sapphire cabochon, inscribed Cartier and numbered ‘1997’ 72mm square

£400-600

551 FD489/58 CARTIER - a diamond set brooch of asymmetric scroll design, set throughout with borders of graduated round brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, signed CARTIER LONDON, with additional safety chain Diamond weight approximately 5.75cts, 2.8cm x 5cm

£7,000-10,000

CHOPARD In 1976, one of Chopard’s designers released what would be an innovative and ground breaking design concept. Caught by the sparkle of unset diamonds, he set about a design to that would totally free the diamond from its settings, allowing it the freedom to move and catch the light in constantly changing ways. This would eventually become the Happy Diamonds collection, initially designed for watches it quickly became increasingly popular in all manner of jewellery and is now one of the companies most recognisable hallmarks. 552 FE267/2 CHOPARD - a white gold and ‘Happy Diamonds’ love pendant the 18ct white gold heart shaped pendat with the word ‘Love’ set in circular cut diamonds, a glazed cpmartment with loose diamond, with a heavy 18ct white gold neck chain by Chopard, all in Chpard presentation box and outer box, with certificate no. Pendant 27mm, chain 42cm long, overall diamond weight approximately 0.25cts

£6,500-8,000

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553 FD479/12 CHARLES DE TEMPLE - An 18ct gold wedding band London 1967, of textured bar form, stamped to inner band Ring size N Note: Before coming to London and making a name for himself as a ground breaking jeweller, Charles de Temple had a somewhat unlikely start to what would be a flourishing career. Born in America, he grew up as part of the Ringling Brothers famous circus, touring the country before turning his hand to nightclub singing and even the odd Hollywood western. Eventually he found his feet as a jeweller in Massachusetts, inspired by nature and the artists with whom he surrounded himself he moved to London to perfect his craft. De Temple responded to the growing need to move away from the stifling sense of tradition in jewellery design, finding an all too eager public he soon became a pioneer of jewellery design in the 1960s, each piece taking on an organic and unique personality to reflect the new modern individual who would wear it.

554 FE575/6 FRED - a French two-colour gold bracelet composed of large open circular links conjoined by smaller belcher form links, with textured finish throughout, signed and stamped with French control marks, contained in a black suede case stamped FRED ... PARIS Length 19cm, 101.7g

£1,200-1,500

£180-200

Ring size N/O, 31mm long

557 FD413/54 MAPPIN & WEBB - a 9ct three-coloured gold bracelet designed as a textured band composed of three-coloured brick form links with textured finish, with concealed clasp and two safety clips

559 FE12/9 POMELLATO - A set of three rings to include a plain yellow gold band set with a single brilliant cut diamond, marks indistinct, together with two similar examples in white gold and titanium, in a fitted case (3)

£100-150

Length 19cm, 23.6g

Ring sizes L, L1/2, M

£200-300

£300-400

555 FD479/10 GEORG JENSEN - a silver and gem set dress ring collet set oval green hardstone, stamped Georg Jensen, 980 and import marks for 1975, in a Jensen box

556 FE51/17 KENNETH JAY LANE - a 1960’s green and colourless gem set necklace of bib design, the front composed of graduated millegrain box set canted, rounded and slim rectangular green paste panels, interspersed by circular cut colourless gems, with concealed clasp, stamped K. J. L.

558 FC589/28 MIRIAM HASKELL - A paste set bangle set simulated pearls and diamonds in a floral design, together with a large gilt cuff bracelet by Chanel, ‘quilted’ broad band with large paste pearl central motif, and a small paste set crucifix (3) £180-250

Length from clasp to tip of centre 19.5cm

£80-120

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ROBERTO COIN Roberto Coin, founded in the late 1970s in Italy, did not start manufacturing for his own brand until the late 1996, quickly establishing himself as a premier jeweller in his own right. Unique to his jewellery, and somewhat of a trademark, is his use of rubies and rubilites set to the underside of the piece so as to be unseen and to touch the wearers skin. The ancient Egyptians believed when worn so as to touch the skin, the ruby would bring the wearer health, happiness and good fortune throughout their life. 560 FE267/5 ROBERTO COIN - an 18ct white gold and ruby set pendant and earrings the heart shaped pendant of textured web form, articulated and inset ruby to the rear, the ear clips of serpentine bar form, textured and each set small ruby to the rear, spring fittings, in Roberto Coin boxes and leaflets

561 FD489/4 ROBERTO COIN - a pair of 18ct white gold mounted diamond set earrings each of hinged slim hooped design, inset to the front with three round brilliant cut diamonds, with post fittings, with original fitted box

Pendant 31--mm including bale

ÂŁ800-1,200

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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562 TIFFANY & CO - a pair of platinum mounted diamond set pendant earrings each designed as a bow-tied ribbon, surmounting two asymmetric fringed tassles, with post and disc fittings, signed and stamped (C) 1994 PT 950, from the bridal collection c. 1994, contained in a signed fitted case Length 3.8cm

ÂŁ6,000-9,000

563 TIFFANY & CO - a platinum mounted diamond set necklace composed of fine belcher form links, suspending to the centre front a bowtied ribbon suspending two asymmetric fringed tassles, signed and stamped (C) 1994 PT950, from the birdal collection c 1994, contained in a signed black suede pochette Length from clasp to tip of central drop 25.5cm

ÂŁ3,000-5,000

564 TIFFANY - a gold and enamelled brooch of open circular design, decorated with deep blue enamelled panels between scrolling rope twist borders, marked 18k Diameter 3.2cm, 10.5g total

ÂŁ250-400


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565 FE110/10 VAN CLEEF & ARPELS - a French 18ct gold mounted lip brush and cover of slim cylindrical form, the barrel with basket-woven finish and reeded sliding mechanism, with conical terminals and pull-off cover, with small belcher link safety chain, signed VAN CLEEF & ARPELS B1144 (c) 47 also stamped with French control marks and numbered 750

566 FD412/35 VAN CLEEF & ARPELS - a pair of ruby and diamond ear clips the two graduated circular brilliant cut diamonds with a crescent border of seven graduated rubies, the white metal mounts signed and numbered CS 5368 with French control marks

Closed length 9.2cm

£1,500-2,000

The diamonds each approximately 2 x 0.7cts and 2 x 0.4cts

£1,500-1,800

Diamond Jewellery 569 FC351/25 A white gold spray brooch of a floral design, comprising of two larger brilliant cut diamonds and others of varying size set in white metal stamped 9ct 14.5mm wide

567 FC665/23 An Art Deco diamond set ring claw set with an early round brilliant cut diamond, flanked to either shoulder by a channel set tapered baguette cut diamond

£250-350

Ring size: M; estimated principal diamond

570 FC825/22 An 18ct gold mounted five-stone diamond ring claw set with round brilliant cut diamonds

weight: 1.86cts

Estimated total diamond weight 2.67cts

£6,000-7,000

£3,500-5,000

568 No lot

571 FD310/18 Rose gold bombe ring Ring size M/N £1,800-2,400

572 FC85/9 A diamond set bar brooch the graduated row of mine cut diamonds set in white metal, pierced gallery, unmarked, circa 1920 65mm

£300-500 573 FD310/13 A diamond set pendant with chain the pendant claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond within an open circular border of smaller similarly cut diamonds, setting stamped 750, suspended from an 18ct white gold fine trace link chain Diameter of pendant 8mm, length of chain 40cm

£1,500-1,800

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574 An 18ct gold diamond set hinged bangle in Victorian style, claw set with a row of eleven graduated brilliant cut diamonds, with two small diamonds in between, open work gallery, plain bangle ÂŁ3,000-5,000

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575 FD105/3 A solitaire diamond ring the circular cut diamond, claw set, the shoulders set with five eight cut diamonds, slight engraved detail, unmarked white metal shank Ring size M/N, diamond 1.5cts

£2,000-3,000

579 FD309/1 An unmounted marquise cut diamond Estimated diamond weight 2.20cts

576 FD310/9 A diamond set cocktail ring of torque design, the front composed of two pear shaped terminals, each pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the tapering shank with scroll pierced inner borders

£10,000-12,000

Ring size: P/Q

£1,000-1,500 577 FD118/1 A solitaire diamond ring the circular brilliant cut diamond claw set and with an open curved diamond set border to tapering 18ct white gold shank, in Goldsmiths ring box (2)

580 FD105/2 A three stone diamond ring the principal brilliant cut diamond, flanked by two smaller diamonds, claw set with a pierced gallery, all set in white metal, stamped 18, plat

Ring size: L

Ring size, H 1/2, principal diamond 0.57cts

£300-500

£400-600

578 FD103/1 A three stone diamond ring the principal old European cut diamond flanked to either side by a smaller example, claw set on a yellow metal shank stamped 18ct

581 FC665/28 An Art Deco diamond set pendant of pointed oval outline, composed of geometric borders set with graduated single and round brilliant cut diamonds around the central millegrain collet set round brilliant cut diamond, with similarly set tapering bale

Ring size O

5.4cm x 2.4cm

£1,500-2,000

Ring size O

£500-700

£1,800-2,200

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582 FC739/1 A diamond cluster ring the four brilliant cut diamonds, claw set in a lozenge shape, on an offset shank 18ct gold shank £400-600 583 FD309/4 A loose diamond square cut, certificate by IGI, No. F4F19353, rectangular princess cut, 2.03cts, VS2, Natural fancy brown


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585 FD310/2 An 18ct gold three stone diamond ring the principal circular diamond in a modern claw setting flanked by two of a similar shape and setting, on a yellow gold band with scrolled shoulders Ring size M 1/2

£500-700 584 FC825/9 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with accompanying EGL Diamond Certificate Report, numbered EGL2923183937, dated July 06 2010, stating: weight 2.07cts, clarity grade VS1, colour grade H

586 FC665/24 An Art Deco iridium and platinum mounted diamond set ring claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond, estimated principal diamond weight: 1.50cts, flanked to either shoulder by a slim tapered baguette cut diamond

£14,000-18,000

£5,000-7,000

Ring size: L/M

587 FC665/29 A pair of diamond set pendant earrings each claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, surmounting a tapering panel, pave set with graduated single and round brilliant cut diamonds, surmounting a claw set pear cut diamond drop, with post and circular fittings Length 37mm

£600-800

592 FD309/3 A loose diamond round brilliant cut, with certificate from IGI, No. F4F19352, 2.68cts, I1, natural fancy yellowish

Diamond approximately 0.5cts

590 FD410/3A A 9ct white gold diamond set ring of broad form, set three circular cut diamonds, in a textured finish, polished lower half, combined with signet and eternity rings and a group of silver jewellery,

£200-300

Ring size T/U

593 FD309/2 A diamond line bracelet od plain design, 18ct white gold, set with circular brilliant cut diamonds, four claw set, simple clasp and safety

588 FD412/44 A diamond set bar brooch the mine cut diamond collet set in platinum, yellow 15ct gold bar, together with a small ruby and diamond set heart shaped locket and a chain

£350-550 589 FD412/33 A solitaire diamond ring The circular brilliant cut diamond, claw set in platinum, the shoulders each set three eight cut diamonds, the principal diamond approximately 0.7cts

591 FD310/3 A pair of diamond earrings each claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with post and butterfly fittings, white metal setting stamped 750

Ring size: M

Estimated diamond weight 0.54cts total

£500-700

£700-900

£1,500-2,000

Stated diamond weight 5cts

£4,000-6,000

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594 FD401/1 A three stone diamond ring the principal brilliant cut diamond flanked by two smaller similar diamonds, claw set in platinum. Ring size I 1/2

£400-600 595 FD489/5 A diamond full-eternity ring set with round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: N/O

£800-1,200 596 FD413/11 A single stone diamond ring corner claw set with a cushion cut diamond, approximately 0.8cts, shank stamped 18ct with inscription

598 FD310/7 An 18ct gold heart shaped diamond pendant the pave set pendant, consisting of multiple circular cut diamonds of similar size, pierced rear side, the bale similarly set, suspended from a white metal belcher link chain

599 FD475/2A An 18ct gold mounted diamond singlestone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, flanked by scroll shoulders Ring size: N

£250-400

£800-1,200

Ring size K 1/2

£400-600 597 FD396/1 A diamond set bracelet composed of circular links, each collet set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with concealed clasp and safety clip, stamped 750 Length 18.4cm, 25.9g total, estimated diamond weight approximately 4.2cts

£1,000-1,500

600 FD475/2B A diamond set band form ring of broad design inset with six round brilliant cut diamonds

603 FD310/19 A diamond set full-eternity ring bar set with round brilliant cut diamonds

Ring size: O

£2,400-2,800

Ring size: R

£300-500 601 FD475/1 Two unmounted round brilliant cut diamonds Known diamond weight 0.76cts total £1,000-1,500

604 FD489/3 An Edwardian five-stone diamond ring claw set with graduated old mine cut diamonds, interspersed by pairs of rose cut diamonds, with scroll pierced gallery and reeded shank Ring size: L/M

602 FD426/1 A three stone diamond ring the principal mixed cut diamond flanked by two of slightly smaller size, gypsy set in a heavy 18ct gold shank Ring size P

£500-700

£2,000-3,000 605 FD489/7 A pair of diamond floral cluster pendant earrings each millegrain collet set with an old European cut diamond surmounting a floral drop similarly set with nine graduated old European cut diamonds, with wire and hinged clip fittings Length 25mm

£3,200-4,200

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608 FD310/29 A fancy heart cut diamond set pendant with chain the pendant claw set with a large fancy heart cut diamond, of approximately 1.81cts, suspended from an 18ct white gold trace link chain

609 FD489/1 A fancy yellow and colourless diamond set three-stone ring the central claw set fancy yellow modified rectangular brilliant cut diamond flanked to either side by a fancy semi-circular cut colourless diamond, shank stamped 750 PT950 2.34 ASLNY, with accompanying GIA coloured diamond grading report numbered 12382977 dated February 19, 2003, stating weight 2.34cts, colour Natural Fancy Yellow, distribution even, clarity grade SI1

Lengths: pendant 9mm, chain 46cm

Ring size: M

£10,000-12,000

£8,000-10,000

606 FD310/27 An 18ct white gold mounted fancy heart cut diamond set ring claw set to the centre front with a large heart cut diamond Ring size: N

£6,500-7,500 607 FD475/2 A diamond half-eternity ring channel set to the front with ten graduated rectangular cut diamonds, setting stamped 750 Ring size: L

£1,500-2,000

Ring size: P/Q

613 FD489/32 A 9ct gold mounted diamond set foliate spray brooch claw set to the centre with a cluster of nine round brilliant cut diamonds with a foliate scroll surround with textured finish, with additional safety chain

£250-400

4.4cm x 3.6cm

610 FD707/2 An 18ct two-coloured gold mounted diamond single-stone ring inset to the centre front with a round brilliant cut diamond, flanked by twocoloured fluted scroll form shoulders

611 FD489/11 A Georgian diamond set ring designed as a crown surmounting two hearts, set throughout with graduated rose cut diamonds Ring size: R

£1,200-1,800

612 FD489/50 A diamond cluster ring claw set to the centre with an old mine cut diamond within two open borders set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with five similarly cut diamonds, the principal diamond approximately 2.19cts

£250-350 614 FD489/43 An 18ct white gold and platinum mounted diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size: M/N

£2,000-3,000

Ring size: O

£8,000-12,000

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615 FD489/22 An early 20th century diamond set necklace composed of a fine belcher link chain, millegrain collet set to the centre front with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, flanking a pierced geometric motif, similarly diamond set, suspending two collet set round brilliant cut diamonds, atop a collet set marquise cut diamond above a larger millegrain collet set old European cut diamond drop Length from clasp to tip of central drop 25cm

£1,400-1,800 616 FD707/11 A diamond single-stone ring illusion set with a round brilliant cut diamond, shank stamped 18ct

618 FD489/10 An Art Deco platinum mounted diamond set ring claw set to the centre with an old European cut diamond flanked to either side by a collet set baguette cut diamond, additionally set to each shoulder with two graduated single cut diamonds, with geometric pierced gallery 617 FD58/2 A contemporary black and colourless diamond set novelty ring designed as a lizard upon foliage, pave set throughout with round brilliant cut black and colourless diamonds, to a tapering shank, stamped 750 D237 Ring size: N/O

£1,800-2,500

Ring size: N/O

£3,000-4,000 619 FD707/5 An 18ct gold and platinum mounted diamond three-stone ring claw set with round brilliant cut diamonds, shank hallmarked and stamped 1.72 - 38 77

Ring size: M

Ring size: N

£250-350

£1,000-1,500

620 FD58/5 A diamond set pendant of lozenge design, corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut diamond, within open borders, incorporating heart shaped clusters set with graduated round brilliant, princess and rounded square cut diamonds, with an open circular cluster of similarly cut diamonds to the bale surmount and heart pierced setting to reverse, setting stamped 750 050 D170

621 FD489/19 A pair of diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a millegrain collet set old European cut diamond, surmounting a foliate motif set with round brilliant and single cut diamonds, atop a knife bar suspending a foliate capped floral drop also set with old European cut diamonds, with wire fittings

Length 3.6cm

£1,200-1,800

£2,500-3,500

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625 FD707/7 An 18ct gold mounted diamond fivestone ring bar set with round brilliant cut diamonds

622 FD310/21 An 18ct white gold mounted pink sapphire and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut pink sapphire, of a pleasing bright pink hue, flanked to either side by stepped shoulders each channel set with two graduated baguette cut diamonds

Ring size: N

£600-800 626 FD707/3 An 18ct gold mounted diamond singlestone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond of approximately 1.01cts

Ring size M/N

£3,400-3,800 623 FD489/16 A diamond set bracelet alternately collet set with round brilliant and princess cut diamonds, conjoined by small belcher form links, with hinged circular clasp, setting stamped 950 Length 18.5cm

£800-1,200

624 FD58/6 A diamond set pendant of pierced lozenge form, composed of open circular motifs, set throughout with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, with similarly set bale, setting stamped 750 D380 6.8cm x 4cm

£2,000-3,000

Ring size: M/N

£1,000-2,000 627 FD489/9 A platinum mounted diamond set single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond flanked by scroll shoulders Ring size: O

£1,500-2,000

628 FD489/49 A diamond three-stone ring claw set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with three graduated single cut diamonds Ring size: O

630 FE49/23 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set ring the central claw set cushion cut diamond approximately 1.78cts, flanked to either shoulder by a channel set tapered baguette cut diamond Ring size: N/O

£7,500-9,000

£8,000-12,000 629 FD707/16 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond cluster ring designed as a circular cluster, set to the centre with a princess cut diamond within a surround of four marquise cut diamonds Finger size: M/N

£800-1,200

631 FE49/18 A diamond set bracelet of articulated design, composed of pairs of claw set round brilliant cut diamonds interspersed by pairs of channel set baguette cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip

632 FD489/71 An Art Deco multi-gem set clip of pierced heart form, set with borders of graduated round brilliant and single cut diamonds and French cut rubies, around the central domed motif pave set with single cut and baguette cut diamonds, surmounting a melon ball carved emerald and foliate carved ruby and sapphire, with hinged clip fitting 2.8cm x 3.5cm

£4,000-6,000

Length 17.6cm

633 FD707/4 A diamond single-stone ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, shank stamped 18ct & PLAT 8585V

£4,000-6,000

Ring size: M/N

£1,200-1,800

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634 FE12/10 An Edwardian diamond set tiara/necklace of graduated scroll design, conjoined by knife-bars, millegrain set throughout with graduated old European and rose cut diamonds, with additional detachable necklace links £3,000-5,000

635 FE55/2 An 18ct gold mounted diamond singlestone ring corner claw set with a trap cut diamond, estimated diamond weight approximately 2.00cts.

637 FE55/1 A diamond set line bracelet claw set with uniform round brilliant cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip, setting stamped 750

Ring size: O, estimated diamond weight 2.00cts

approximately 6.74cts

639 FD489/51 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, stamped 750

£4,000-6,000

£5,000-7,000

Diameter 11mm

636 FD58/1 A contemporary diamond and ruby set novelty ring naturalistically designed as a rabbit, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, with circular cut ruby set eyes, to a plain shank, rose-coloured setting stamped 750 D 306 R 003

638 FE267/6 A solitaire diamond ring the rectangular cut diamond corner claw set in a plain band

Length 18cm. Estimated diamond weight

£2,800-3,500

Ring size: O

£2,400-2,800

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Ring size; G/H, diamond approximately 0.90cts

640 FE49/15 A pair of diamond set earrings each claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with post and butterfly fittings

£1,200-1,500

Known diamond weight: 1.45cts total

£3,000-5,000


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641 FE57/1 A contemporary fancy yellow and colourless diamond set necklace composed of polished oval links, alternately claw set to the front with round brilliant, cushion and oval cut fancy yellow diamonds, interspersed by pairs of smaller round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, alternately fringed by graduated ovoid drops, claw set with pear cut yellow diamonds within an open ovoid border of round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, and fancy triangular cut yellow diamond drops, clasp stamped 750 D2.23 YD9.37 Length from clasp to tip of central drop 25.8cm

ÂŁ14,000-18,000

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643 FE55/6 A pair of fancy coloured diamond set pendant earrings each designed as a tapering cluster, claw set with graduated pear, oval, cushion, baguette and marquise cut coloured diamonds, including light and fancy yellow, cinnamon and grey diamonds, beneath a scrolling border of colourless round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and hinged clip fittings, setting stamped 18K Length 5.5cm, Estimated diamond weights 5.97cts

ÂŁ8,000-12,000

642 FE57/2 A contemporary fancy yellow and colourless diamond set bracelet composed of graduated floral clusters, each claw set with pear cut fancy yellow diamonds, within open borders similarly set with round brilliant cut colourless diamonds, interspersed by circular clusters set with graduated round brilliant cut colourless diamonds with concealed clasp and safety clips, stamped 750 D3.85 YD4.28 Length 17.5cm

ÂŁ8,000-10,000

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644 FD707/17 An 18ct gold mounted diamond cluster ring of square design, corner claw set with a cluster of nine princess cut diamonds

647 FD707/6 A diamond four-stone ring illusion set with round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 18CT PLAT

Ring size: O/P

£250-350

Ring size: N

£400-600 645 FE49/17 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set pendant with chain the pendant claw set with a pear cut diamond, approximately 1.05cts, with plain tapering bale, suspended from an 18ct white gold box link chain Lengths: pendant 1.8cm (including bale), chain 50cm

£3,500-4,500

646 FE49/24 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set cluster ring collet set to the centre with a trap cut diamond, within a canted rectangular border set with round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked to either side by a heart cut diamond, the shoulders each set with five round brilliant cut diamonds, the gallery also collet set to each side with a round brilliant cut diamond

648 FD707/10 An 18ct gold mounted diamond singlestone ring illusion set with a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size: O/P

£180-250

Ring size: L

£12,500-15,000

649 FE55/3 An old cut diamond set ring claw set with an old European cut diamond, flanked to each shoulder by three old European, single and rose cut diamonds

651 FD707/13 A pair of 18ct gold mounted diamond floral cluster earrings each claw set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings

653 FE49/25 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set ring the central claw set oval cut diamond, flanked to either shoulder by pairs of baguette cut diamonds

Ring size: L, principal diamond estimated

Diameter 9mm

Ring size: M/N,

weight 1.96cts

£300-500

known principal diamond weight 2.20cts

£6,000-9,000 650 FE55/4 A cushion cut diamond set ring the central claw set cushion cut diamond flanked to each shoulder by three channel set baguette cut diamonds, the gallery additionally set to each side with two round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 750

£13,000-16,000 652 FD707/15 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond cluster ring designed as a circular cluster, set to the centre with a princess cut diamond, within four marquise cut diamonds Finger size: Q/R

£600-900

654 FD707/19 A diamond set heart shaped pendant with chain the open heart form pendant set with an outer border of round brilliant cut diamonds, with bifurcated bale, suspended from a fine ropetwist link chain, clasp stamped 14K

Ring size: M, estimated principal diamond

Lengths: pendant 2.5cm (including bale), chain

weight 1,92cts

45cm

£4,000-6,000

£200-300

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655 FD707/20 An 18ct gold mounted diamond set pendant claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with bifurcated bale Length 0.9cm (including bale)

658 FE51/3 A diamond set two-coloured bangle of hinged design, the front designed as a broad band, with central pave set border of round brilliant cut diamonds, within an outer fluted border, stamped 14K

£240-300

Diameter 5.7cm, 19.5g total

£350-550 656 FD707/14 An 18ct two-coloured gold mounted diamond set pendant with chain designed as a floral cluster claw set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds, with bifurcated bale, suspended from a 9ct gold fine flattened curb link chain Lengths: pendant 1.9cm (including bale), chain 44cm

£400-600

657 FE267/7 A diamond pendant and chain the off set square 18ct white gold pendant set circular and baguette cut diamonds Pendant size including bale; 17mm, diamond weight approximately 1.5cts

£2,500-4,000

659 FE51/6 A diamond set pendant with chain the pendant of open heart form, set with a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, with diamond set bale, suspended from a fine belcher link chain, both stamped Pt 950, contained in a fitted case stamped JAMES WALKER...EDINBURGH Lengths: pendant 2.3cm (including bale), chain 42cm

£180-250

661 FD707/18 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond cluster ring of circular design, set to the centre with a princess cut diamond within a surround of four marquise cut diamonds Ring size: P

£1,200-1,500 660 FE1/140 An Edwardian diamond set brooch of open lozenge form, with central floral cluster, within an open circular and outer bow-tied ribbon scroll borders, set throughout with old european, old mine and rose cut diamonds

662 FE57/3 A contemporary diamond set pendant of tapering design, composed of stylised foliate scrolls, pave set throughout with round brilliant cut diamonds, setting stamped 750 D259

663 FE267/1 A pair of platinum and diamond half hoop eternity rings the plain bands set with fifteen circular brilliant cut diamonds (2)

Length 50mm

£2,000-3,000

5.2cm x 4.5cm

£1,800-2,500

£1,000-1,500

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Estimated total diamond weight approximately

665 FE593/1 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond three-stone ring claw set with graduated old European cut diamonds

0.59cts total

Ring size: N

£500-700

£300-500

664 FE72/7 A pair of diamond set earrings each claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, with post and butterfly fittings

666 FE57/4 A contemporary yellow and colourless diamond set ring claw set to the centre with a pear cut yellow diamond, within an open ovoid border set with small colourless round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with a cluster of three round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 750 D0.31 YD0.48 Ring size: N/O

£1,000-1,500

667 FE57/5 A contemporary diamond set bangle of hinged design, pave set to the centre front with a navette shaped panel of graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, within borders of tapered baguette and smaller round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked by scroll form shoulders, each composed of a central border of off-set square clusters of round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked above and below by borders of smaller similarly cut diamonds, with heart-pierced border to the inner side of reverse and concealed clasp, setting stamped 750 D367

668 FE593/2 An 18ct gold and platinum mounted diamond three-stone ring and an 18ct white gold and platinum mounted sapphire and diamond cluster ring the 18ct gold and platinum mounted diamond three-stone ring claw set with slightly graduated old European cut diamonds, the 18ct white gold and platinum mounted sapphire and diamond cluster ring with central claw set circular cut sapphire, within a surround of single cut diamonds (2) Ring sizes: L and N

£300-500

Diameter 60mm

£4,000-6,000

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669 FE72/5 A diamond two-stone ring of cross-over design, claw set with two round brilliant cut diamonds RIng size: M

ÂŁ800-1,200

670 FE57/7 A contemporary pair of fancy yellow and colourless diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a circular cluster set with colourless round brilliant cut diamonds, within an open circular border set with smaller similarly cut diamonds, suspending an open ovoid drop, set with graduated similarly cut diamonds, the lower edge additionally claw set with a crescent shaped cluster of pear, cushion and oval cut fancy yellow diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped 750 Length 56mm

ÂŁ9,000-12,000

671 FE49/13 An 18ct white gold mounted diamond set bracelet claw set with uniform round brilliant cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clips Length 18cm

ÂŁ2,800-3,500

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Pearl Jewellery

672 FE575/5 An early 20th century diamond and pearl set necklace the centre front claw set with a large old mine cut diamond, within a scrolling petal shaped surround flanked by foliate scroll shaped links, each set with graduated old mine cut diamonds, with detachable central rose cut diamond set foliate capped pearl (untested) drop, the whole suspended from a fine fancy ropetwist link chain, clasp stamped 9K, with tooled leather fitted case stamped HAMILTON & INCHES EDINBURGH Length from clasp to centre 22cm

£3,000-5,000 673 FE12/12 A single string of pearls of opera length, with an L shaped pendant set with graduated old European cut diamonds Length 82cm, pearls approx 6.5mm

676 FD310/12 An 18ct white gold mounted cultured pearl and diamond set pendant with chain the pendant claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond surmounting two marquise cut diamonds atop a round brilliant cut diamond pave set cap suspending a large bouton shaped cultured pearl, the whole suspended from a box link chain Lengths: pendant 25mm, chain 40cm

£1,000-1,500

679 FD489/28 A cultured pearl and diamond set necklace composed of fine belcher form links, spectacle set with round brilliant cut diamonds, millegrain hexagonal box set to the centre front with an old European cut diamond surmounting a line of four millegrain collet set similarly cut diamonds, atop a diamond set foliate motif, suspending a bouton cultured pearl drop, measuring approximately 11.5mm diameter Length from clasp to tip of central drop 20cm

£1,400-1,800 680 FB591/7 A pearl set brooch 9ct gold foliate spray brooch as fern leaves, set with five graduated freshwater pearls, varying diameters 4.5cm x 3.2cm and 4.5cm x 3cm

£200-300

£250-400 674 FD489/59 A cultured pearl three-row choker length necklace with 9ct gold emerald and seed pearl set clasp the necklace composed of three rows of graduated pearls ranging from approximately 4mm to 5.8mm diameter, the floral cluster clasp claw set with borders of circular cut emeralds and seed pearls Length 34cm

677 FD479/19 A pair of 18ct gold mounted pearl ear clips the mabe pearl in a ‘tied’ rope twist two colour gold border

£300-500

Pearl diameter 10mm

£180-250 675 FD413/37 A single strand of cultured pearls of opera length with a pearl set yellow metal clasp of leaf design, also with a short safety chain Pearls approximately 8mm and 10mm, overall

678 FD413/38 A cultured pearl necklace slightly graduated single strand of pearls, of opera length with a pearl and ruby set clasp

length 86cm

Overall length 86cm

£250-350

£250-350

681 FC665/30 A pair of diamond and cultured pearl set pendant earrings each composed of a line of three millegrain collet set old European cut diamonds, surmounting a similarly cut diamond set capped ovoid cultured pearl drop, with post and hexagonal fittings Length 28mm

£800-1,200 682 FE12/14 A three string pearl chocker composed of uniform pearls, the pierced circular clasp centrally set with a pearl, surrounded by eight small old cut diamonds stamped 585, together with three spare pearls Length 33cm, pearl size 7/7.5mm

£400-600

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687 FC500/1 A group of three pearl set brooches the first of crescent form set graduated half pearls, a bar brooch with onset pearl set star motif and a triple flower head brooch set half pearls and turquoises (3)

683 FB591/5 A pearl and gem set bar brooch the graduated pearls alternating with pale green gemstones, all in circular gold mounts Overall length 54mm

£200-300

£220-280 684 EY143/3 A pearl and diamond ring the central mine cut diamond with a border of seven half pearls in a rubover setting, pearl set shoulders, gold shank

685 FD479/22 A string of graduated pearls the diamond set clasp in white metal, engraved rear

686 FD479/26 A pair of pearl and diamond set pendant earrings the three diamond terminal with a bar drop set pearl and a diamond mid way, with a circular pendant set central pearl and a diamond set border, pierced gallery, wire fittings

Length 48cm

Overall length 41mm

£400-600

£250-450

Ring size U/V

£250-400

689 FD479/25 A 15ct gold pearl and diamond set bar brooch the circular pearl with a diamond set border, pierced gallery, tapering bar £250-400 690 FD413/10 An amethyst and pearl set dress ring the central oval amethyst claw set surrounded by twelve small pearls, on a simple 9ct gold shank Ring size L

£200-300

691 FB591/8 A pearl and citrine pendant the simple loop suspension with a pearl, simple thin spreading arms down to the oval claw set citrine all in 9ct gold £300-500 692 FE12/13 A cultured pearl three-row bracelet composed of uniform cultured pearls approximately 5mm in diameter, the pierced circular clasp set with small brilliant cut diamonds and a central pearl, stamped 585 Length 18.5cm

£300-500

688 FD489/17 A cultured pearl necklace with diamond set clasp the necklace composed of graduated cultured pearls ranging from 3.6mm to 8.3mm diameter, with slim pierced oval clasp set with rose and single cut diamonds, stamped 9ct Length 48cm

£150-250

693 FE1/140A An early 20th century natural pearl and diamond set ring set to the front with three graduated pearls interspersed by old European cut diamonds, shank stamped 18ct Ring size: S

£300-500 694 FD707/1 A cultured pearl necklace composed of fairly uniform cultured pearls, each measuring 5mm diameter, with plain cylindrical clasp, stamped 750 Length 49cm

£150-250

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695 FD489/54 An Edwardian half-pearl, diamond and enamelled locket of circular design, pave set to the centre with a cluster of rose cut diamonds, to a pale lilac guilloche enamelled ground within an outer petal shaped border set with half-pearls, with glazed locket aperture to reverse, suspended from a belcher link chain set at intervals with seed pearls

696 FE45/3 A Belle Epoque cultured pearl and diamond set necklace composed of fine fancy belcher form links, the centre front of tapering scroll design, millegrain set throughout with graduated old European cut diamonds around the central ovoid cultured pearl drop, with scroll pierced clasp Length from clasp to centre 24.6cm

£1,200-1,500

Diameter of pendant 30mm, length of chain 42cm

£1,500-2,000

697 FE19/2 An Edwardian pearl and diamond set necklace composed of knife bars, alternately set with old European cut diamonds and cultured pearls, pearls (untested) measuring approximately 3.5-4mm diameter, with similarly set floral cluster clasp Length 41cm

£800-1,200

698 FE1/140B An early 20th century cultured pearl and diamond set brooch of asymmetric scroll design, set with borders of graduated cultured pearls and old European and rose cut diamonds 4.7cm x 3cm

£400-600 699 FE57/6 A contemporary pair of fancy yellow and colourless diamond and South Sea cultured pearl set pendant earrings each composed of a stylised floral cluster millegrain set with graduated colourless and fancy yellow round brilliant cut diamonds, suspending a large ovoid South Sea cultured pearl drop, each measuring approximately 12.5mm diameter, with fluted cap, with post and hinged clip fittings, stamped 750 YD064 D045 Length 33mm

£2,000-3,000

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Ladies’ Wristwatches

702 FD134/1 An Art Deco 18ct white gold lady’s sapphire and diamond set cocktail watch the slim rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, the bezel and shoulders set with radiating borders of round brilliant and single cut diamonds, baguette cut colourless sapphires and chevron shaped borders set with French cut sapphires, sides of the case engraved, fitted to a later 9ct white gold flat brick link bracelet with fold-over clasp Width of watch head 1.3cm

£600-800 703 FD627/7 An early 20th century lady’s 18ct gold cased wrist watch circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals, sprung 9ct gold bracelet £120-180 700 FD342/1 GUCCI - stainless steel and gilt wrist watch model 9000, the circular dial with baton numerals, date dial at the 6 o’clock position, fitted to a slightly tapered two colour bracelet with fold over clasp £120-180 701 FD154/2 A platinum diamond and sapphire cocktail watch the oval face with arabic numerals, the bezel pave set with small circular cut diamonds, sapphire detail to twelve and six o’clock and sapphire cabochon to winder, the case with slight engraved detail, in an associated case

704 FD350/7 An art deco silver cased wrist watch the white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, later bracelet, together with a 1930’s stainless steel wrist watch by Wyler, retailed by Hamilton and Inches, silvered dial, luminous hands Arabic numerals (2) £200-300 705 FD412/38 A 9ct gold lady’s wrist watch the circular enamel dial, Arabic numerals, gold cord bracelet; together with another 9ct gold wrist watch, by Record, gold bow bracelet (2) £150-200

Case 23mm height

£180-220

706 FD413/71 OMEGA - A lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch circular dial, dot and Arabic numerals, flexible link bracelet £200-300

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707 FD477/1 ROLEX - Oyster Perpetual Datejust lady’s wrist watch (mid-size) stainless steel case, inscribed superlative chronometer, officially certified, numbered 7289656 for 1981, model no. 6824, Rolex bracelet, with clasp, screw down winder Width of watch head 29mm

£500-700 708 FD707/28 UNO - a 9ct gold lady’s wrist watch the oval silvered dial with gold baton numerals and hands, with plain bezel, fitted to a brick link bracelet with foldover clasp Width of watch head 1.4cm

£150-180


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709 FE1/130B OMEGA, DEVILLE - A ladies 18ct gold diamond set wrist watch champagne dial with Roman numerals to the quaters, plain baton hands, the bezel set with four groups of seven circular cut diamonds, polished gold flexible bracelet, snap clasp

715 FC378/120 GIRRARD PERREGAUX - A lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch rectangular gilt dial, bark effect wrist bracelet in 9ct gold; together with a rolled gold pendant fob watch

£1,200-1,500 710 FE1/140E OMEGA - A ladies 9ct white gold wrist watch the circular blue enamel dial with baton numerals and hands, inscribed Geneve, plain bezel, textured Milanese bracelet, Omega strap

716 FD123/1 An Art Deco period diamond set cocktail watch rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, diamond pave set bezel with shaped terminal similarly set, braided cord strap, the rear cover to the tonneau case engraved platinum, the movement unsigned

£250-350

£200-300

711 FD472/1 An attractive early 20th century 18ct gold cased lady’s wrist watch the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, blued hands, plain case, the inner cuvette engraved ‘Hamilton and Inches Edinburgh Swiss’ plain lever movement, all on an integral 9ct gold bar line bracelet

713 FD479/3 PIAGET - A ladies 18ct gold wrist watch the rounded textured gold face with black baton numerals, textured integral gold bracelet

717 FD124/4 MUST DE CARTIER - a lady’s gold plated Vermeil Tank wrist watch black dial, the winder with sapphire cabochon, numbered to rear 93524, 3 66001, and French control marks, black leather strap

Dial diameter 18mm

£1,000-1,500

£100-200

£250-350 714 FC394/1 PIAGET - a lady’s white gold wrist watch the rounded square dial with textured interwoven finish and baton numerals, fitted to a fancy textured interwoven link tapering bracelet, with fold-over clasp, stamped with import marks for Birmingham 1990, case numbered to reverse 9231 P 5 123394

712 FC833/5 BULGARI - a diamond set Antalia watch, with black circular dial, scroll design shoulders pave set with borders of round brilliant cut diamonds, to a hinged tapering torque form bangle, with interchangeable red and black leather and gold bangle fittings, case signed and numbered BJ 03 C 1026 and 750, with original box and documents

Width of watch head 23mm

Width of watch head 20mm

£600-800

£100-200 718 FC833/4 A lady’s diamond set wrist watch, the circular dial pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the torque form bracelet, in the Bulgari Parentesi style, with similarly diamond set borders, case signed to reverse ROYALE FAMILY...750, with original fitted case Width of watch head 20mm

£1,500-2,000

£2,000-3,000

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719 FE70/3 UDALL & BALLOU - an early 20th century lady’s ruby and diamond set wrist watch designed as an expandable two-coloured torque form bangle, with spherical terminals, one box set with calibre cut rubies, the other similarly set with round brilliant cut diamonds around the circular dial with Arabic numerals, stamped 14K £1,000-2,000

720 FE72/4 LONGINES - A gentleman’s gold plated wrist watch the champagne dial with baton numerals, date aperture, sweep second hand, woven integral bracelet, automatic movement, in a Longines box; together with a MUST de CARTIER Santos lady’s wrist watch, silver gilt case, black dial, leather strap (2)

722 FE18/1 BAUME ET MERCIER - A mid 20th century ladies gold wrist watch the small rectangular dial, Arabic numerals, gilt baton hands within a rounded curved watch head, sprung tapering D section bracelets in an associated Baume et Mercier box

Diameter of dial 32mm

723 FE12/4 OMEGA - A ladies Seamaster de Ville wrist watch champagne dial with gilt baton numerals, fitted to a leather strap

£200-300 721 FE64/1 A 1930s 9ct rose gold lady’s wrist watch the engine turned circular dial with black Roman numerals, fitted to a rolled gold expanding bracelet, contained in a fitted case stamped C. D. WILSON...ELGIN Diameter of watch head 2.5cm

£120-180

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£250-350

724 FE51/8 OMEGA - a 1950’s 18ct gold lady’s wrist watch the silvered circular dial with gilt baton numerals and hands, within a plain bezel, flanked by stepped shoulders, fitted to a fancy curved scroll link bracelet, with fold-over clasp, case inscribed to reverse ANN 11.8.56 Diameter of watch head 1.5cm

Diameter of watch head 22mm

£200-300

£150-200 725 FE110/7 ROTARY - a 1970s lady’s rosewood and chrome wrist watch composed of chrome rings and with rosewood outer sleeves, silvered dial with baton numerals, inscribed, the rear cover in silver, snap clasp £300-400


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726 FE72/2 BAUME & MERCIER - a lady’s 18ct gold wristwatch the oval tiger’s eye dial with gold baton numerals, fitted to a fancy curb link bracelet, with concealed clasp and safety clip, with original box and documents Width of watch head 1.8cm

£1,200-1,800

727 FE12/5 CARTIER - A lady’s wrist watch Santos model, circa 1984, gold screwed down bezel frame on a stainless steel case, bracelt with goldscrew detail, winder with sapphire cabochon, imcluding case and papers £500-700

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Sapphire Jewellery

729 FD475/2C An 18ct gold mounted sapphire set ring and another diamond set ring the 18ct gold mounted sapphire set ring designed as a broad tapering band inset to the centre front with an oval cut sapphire, the second rounded band for ring inset to the centre front with a round brilliant cut diamond, setting stamped 18K (2) 728 FD489/46 An 18ct gold mounted colour-change sapphire and diamond set ring the central claw set cushion cut colour-change sapphire flanked to either side by an old mine cut diamond, additionally set with six rose cut diamonds, with scroll pierced gallery, shank additionally stamped with French control marks, with accompanying certificates stating the cushion, brilliant/step cut sapphire weighs 4.57cts, is from Burma (Myanmar), with no indication of heating, displaying distinct colour change: moderately strong (saturation), very dark (tone), strongly violetish blue (hue) in daylight and moderately strong (saturation), very dark (tone), bluish purple (hue) in incandescent light

Ring sizes: N/O and P

Ring size: P/Q

Ring size: N/O

£12,000-15,000

£4,500-5,500

£250-350 730 FD310/24 An 18ct white gold mounted colourchange sapphire and diamond set ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire of a pleasing purplish-blue hue with slight colour-change effect, flanked to either side by four round brilliant cut diamonds

731 FD707/8 An 18ct gold mounted sapphire and diamond set ring the central claw set circular cut sapphire flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size: N/O

£250-400 732 FD707/9 An early 20th century sapphire and diamond set ring the front composed of a tapering panel, set with three graduated oval cut sapphires and two old European cut diamonds Ring size: O/P

£250-400

733 FD489/15 An impressive star sapphire and diamond set ring the central collet set oval cut star sapphire, of a pleasing light cornflower blue hue, within a petal shaped surround set with round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with three similarly cut diamonds, with accompanying Gem & Pearl Laboratory Star Sapphire Report numbered 05814 dated 8 June 2012, stating the principal gem is a natural star sapphire from Sri Lanka, of a translucent blue colour, measuring 19-20mm x 15-16mm x 11.3mm, with no evidence of heat treatment, exhibiting asterism Ring size: R

£8,000-12,000

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734 FD310/26 A sapphire and diamond set ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire, of a fine strong mid-blue hue, flanked by tapering shoulders, each channel set with a tapered baguette cut diamond, the sides and shank pave set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, white metal shank stamped K 18 D0.63

735 FD310/28 An 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond set three-stone ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire, of a fine velvety deep-blue hue, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond

736 FE1/132 A sapphire and diamond set threestone ring claw set to the centre with a dark blue oval cut sapphire, flanked to either side by a similarly set round brilliant cut diamond, shank stamped 18ct

Ring size: N

Ring size: S/T

£7,200-7,800

£600-900

Ring size: L

£6,000-8,000

737 FE49/6 A pair of 18ct white gold mounted sapphire set earrings each claw set with an oval cut sapphire, with screw-turned post and butterfly fittings Estimated total sapphire weight 2.42cts

£1,200-1,800

738 FE49/9 A pair of 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond set earrings each designed as an oval cluster, with central claw set oval cut sapphire, within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, with post and butterfly fittings, estimated weights: sapphires 3.98cts total, diamonds estimated to weigh 1.20cts total. Length 1.4cm

£1,400-1,800 739 FE49/21 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring the central claw set cushion cut sapphire, approximately 6.19cts, within a shaped oval border set with graduated baguette and tapered baguette cut diamonds Ring size: M/N

740 FE55/5 A pair of sapphire and diamond set earrings each of square outline, each collet set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond within a floral pierced surround pave set with smaller similarly cut diamonds, within an outer border channel set with calibre cut sapphires, with post and hinged clip fittings, setting stamped 750 2cm x 2.2cm

£1,500-2,000

£6,500-7,500

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743 FD310/15 A pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earrings the central 18ct oval shaped sapphire claw set, within a surround of smaller similarly set brilliant cut diamonds, with butterfly clip and post fastening £1,300-1,500

741 FD489/47 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring the domed front claw set to the centre with an oval cut sapphire cabochon within two petal shaped borders similarly set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with a cluster of three similarly cut diamonds, shank numbered 25392

742 FD489/26 A pair of sapphire and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a slim line, alternately collet set with oval and circular cut sapphires interspersed by foliate set old European cut diamonds, suspending a large collet set pear cut sapphire drop, with wire fittings

744 FD128/1 A sapphire and diamond three stone ring the principal sapphire of oval shape, flanked by two diamonds claw set in platinum with a pierced gallery, shank stamped 15ct and plat Ring size O

£300-500

Length 54mm

£800-1,200

Ring size: L

£2,500-4,000

745 FD489/14 A pair of sapphire and diamond earrings each millegrain collet set to the centre with an early round brilliant cut diamond within an invisibly set border of French cut sapphires, with post and butterfly fittings, setting stamped 750

746 FD489/31 A 1940’s sapphire set clip of asymmetric scroll design, claw set with two graduated borders of curcular and oval cut sapphire cabochons, with hinged double-pin clip fitting

Diameter 0.8cm

747 FE49/10 A yellow sapphire and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with a golden yellow cushion cut sapphire, within a petal shaped surround millegrain set with round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked by split shoulders each millegrain set with similarly cut diamonds, shank stamped 14K 585 D046

£1,200-1,800

Ring size: N/O

5.2cm x 3.2cm

£1,500-2,000

£2,000-3,000

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748 FE12/6 A sapphire and diamond set bracelet the central curved panel semi-collet set with six round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked to either side by three similarly set circular cut sapphires to a belcher link chain with curved square-section clasp with safety clips, stamped 750 Length 18.5cm, 18.3g total

£500-800

749 FE599/1 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire within two borders of claw set round brilliant cut diamonds, shank stamped 18ct Ring size: O

£800-1,200

750 FE64/3 An 18ct gold mounted sapphire and diamond set cluster ring and another similarly set ring the 18ct gold mounted ring, with central claw set oval cut sapphire within a surround of single cut diamonds, together with a 9ct gold mounted halfeternity ring, claw set with four circular cut sapphires interspersed by pairs of single cut diamonds (2) Ring sizes: O/P and N/O

£250-400 751 FE86/1 Diamond and sapphire crescent brooch set with an upper tier of old mine cut diamonds, over a second tier of graduated mixed cut sapphires

752 EY143/6 A sapphire and diamond ring the central oval sapphire with three small circular cut diamonds to each side, a pierced gallery and gold shank Ring size O/P

£200-300 753 FC654/1 An 18ct gold mounted golden yellow sapphire and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with a cushion cut golden yellow sapphire flanked to either side by a heart cut diamond, contained in a purple leather fitted case stamped HAMILTON & INCHES... £400-600

754 FD703/1 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond 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;

45mm long

diamonds approximately 0.20cts total

£200-300

£2,000-3,000

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755 EZ449/2 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring of asymmetric design, diagonally claw set to the centre with an oval cut sapphire flanked above and below by graduated marquise cut diamonds, with scroll shoulders and plain shank Ring size: R/S

756 FD310/16 An 18ct white gold mounted sapphire and diamond set cluster ring the central claw set oval cut sapphire of a pleasing strong deep blue hue, within an open circular border of round brilliant cut diamonds, with foliate pierced gallery also set with similarly cut diamonds

£1,000-1,500

Length of central cluster 14mm, ring size M/N

£1,800-2,200

757 EZ449/1 A mid 20th century sapphire & diamond brooch with three stylised floral clusters, one with central sapphire and surround of circular and radiating cut diamonds, the other two with central diamonds and border of circular cut sapphires with radiating tapering baguette cut diamonds in between, all joined by curved bars set baguette cut sapphires and diamonds 5cm x 3.7cm

£1,500-2,000

Emerald Jewellery

758 FD477/2 A pair of emerald and diamond earrings mounted in gold and silver, set circular and square cut emeralds with diamond detail in a scrolling foliate form (re-modelled) 27mm x 20mm Provenance: Provenance ex-Christie’s Milan, lot 307 sale ref 2325 Note: These earrings have been adapted from a piece of jewellery circa 1830 and have had added a well crafted and shaped yellow metal pierced backing with post and spring fittings

£500-800

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759 FD477/8 An emerald and diamond ring the central square cut emerlad in rubover setting with two rows of tapering circular cut diamonds to each side and a row of diamonds enclosing the central section, all in 18ct yellow gold Ring size M/N

£300-500


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761 FD489/37 An emerald and diamond set necklace spectacle set with oval cut emeralds, interspersed by millegrain box set square cut diamonds, setting stamped 950 Length 43cm

£3,000-5,000

760 FD489/44 A contemporary emerald and diamond set cocktail ring the central claw set cushion cut emerald estimated weight of emerald 31.51cts, within two outer borders set with slightly graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, with scroll pierced gallery, additionally set to each shoulder with five similarly cut diamonds Ring size: M, diamonds approximately 1.72cts total.

£25,000-30,000

762 FE49/12 An emerald and diamond set bangle of hinged design, the asymmetric front claw set to the centre with a heart cut emerald, within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, beside a round brilliant cut diamond set foliate cluster, one shoulder pave set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, the other shoulder set with borders of similarly cut diamonds and trap cut emeralds, setting stamped 18K 750 Diameter 5.8cm

£2,800-3,500

763 FE49/8 An 18ct white gold mounted emerald and diamond set three-stone ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut emerald, approximately 1.52cts, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size: L

£1,400-1,800

17cm long, 16g all in

765 FD489/6 A 19th century emerald and diamond set cluster ring with central box set rectangular cut emerald within beaded borders set with graduated old mine cut diamonds flanked by split shoulders each also set with a oval cut emerald and old mine cut diamond

£400-600

Ring size: L/M

766 FD310/10 A 22ct white gold mounted emerald and diamond set cocktail ring the front of waisted design, with central collet set shaped rectangular cut diamond, the pierced surround similarly set with trap cut emeralds and borders of single cut diamonds, with pierced triangular shoulders, each collet set with a similarly cut diamond

£1,600-2,000

Length of cluster 2.5cm, ring size N

764† FB539/13 A diamond and emerald bracelet set ten rectangular cut emeralds in four claw setting with small diamond set oval scrolls in between, white metal marked 18kt, box clasp and safety clasp

£1,000-1,500

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767 FC351/21 A five stone diamond and emerald ring claw set central cushion cut diamond, with a square cut emerald to each side and further old cut diamonds to each end, pierced decorative scrolling gallery, set in 18ct gold Ring size R

£300-500 768 EY143/5 An emerald and diamond ring the oval cut emerald with a border of circular cut diamonds, stepped ribbed shoulders set in rose gold Ring size O

£200-300

769 FD489/2 An emerald and diamond set cluster ring the central claw set trap cut emerald within a canted rectangular border invisibly set with tapered baguette cut diamonds, with accompanying Nederlands Edelsteen Laboratorium Gem Report No. E 15537, dated 1st December 2011, stating the emerald is natural, weighs 3.11cts, of a medium dark, strong bluish green colour, with indications of moderate clarity enhancement...shows evidence of fissures filled with resin Ring size: M

£1,800-2,500

770 FD80/1 A pair of emerald and diamond cluster earstuds the circular cut emeralds claw set and approximately 0.74cts each, within a white gold border set circular cut diamonds, post and butterfly fittings, all in Goldsmiths fitted box (3) £600-900 771 FD310/17 An 18ct white gold mounted emerald and diamond set cluster ring the central claw set oval cut emerald, of a pleasing bright green hue, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size M

£1,800-2,200

772 FD489/8 A pair of emerald and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a millegrain collet set single cut diamond, within an open circular border, surmounting a smaller similar diamond atop an off-set shaped square cut emerald, suspending two graduated closed crescent borders, set with graduated single cut diamonds above a similarly set floral motif, with millegrain collet set oval cut diamond drop, with post and butterfly fittings Length 44mm

£1,600-2,200

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773 FE72/6 An 18ct gold mounted emerald and diamond three-stone ring the central corner claw set trap cut emerald flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond Ring size: M

£800-1,200

774 FD310/6 An 18ct white gold mounted emerald and diamond set ring the central claw set oval cut emerald to a tapering band channel set with three slightly graduated round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: M

£850-1,150


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775 FC665/22 A pair of Edwardian emerald and diamond set earrings each of circular design collet set to the centre with a circular cut moonstone cabochon, within a circular border set with circular cut emeralds and rose cut diamonds, with wire fittings Length 18mm (including fittings)

£1,000-1,500

776 FD410/6 A group of three emerald and diamond set rings the first of art deco style, rectangular setting with central oval collet set emerald and diamond set inner border with outer border of circular cut emeralds, a diamond and emerald plain cluster ring, a half hoop eternity ring set alternating emeralds and diamonds, all set in gold Ring sizes: P, O, P 1/2

£300-500 777 FD634/1 An emerald and diamond cluster ring The circular emerald with a border of eight circular brilliant cut diamonds, set in 18ct white gold crown setting

778 FD478/1 An emerald and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with a square cut emerald, flanked to each shoulder by four channel set round brilliant cut diamonds Finger size: N

£600-700

Ring size M1/2

£600-900

779 FD477/6 An emerald and diamond ring the central rectangular cut emerald of pleasing colour and clarity, with two rows of circular and baguette cut diamonds and enclosed by two rows of circular cut diamonds channel set in 18ct yellow gold with white gold detail

780 FE51/1 A mid-20th century modernist emerald and diamond set brooch/pendant of abstract textured design box set to to the centre with four round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set throughout with clusters of graduated circular cut emeralds, stamped 18K

Ring size P/Q

4cm x 5cm, 18.6g total

£300-500

£400-600

781 FD94/1 An Indian emerald and diamond set pendant composed of a large shaped oval panel, claw set to the centre with a trap cut emerald, surmounted by a stylised foliate link and suspending a floral drop, set throughout with graduated oval and circular cut emeralds, old mine and rose cut diamonds Length 80mm

£1,000-1,500

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Multi-gem Jewellery

782 FC665/34 A jadeite and diamond set suite comprising a ring and matching bracelet, each set with a foliate carved oval cut jadeite panel flanked to either side by a border of millegrain set single cut diamonds, the bracelet panels conjoined by two rows of small belcher form links with concealed clasp and safety chain, the ring shank stamped 18CT & PT Ring size M/N, bracelet 18.4cm

£2,000-2,500

783 FC394/5 An amethyst and diamond set cocktail ring the central claw set large oval cut amethyst flanked to either side by borders of round brilliant cut diamonds, with split shank stamped with continental control marks

786 FD413/12 A diamond and coral dress ring the principal coral of oval shape surrounded by a layer of small brilliant cut diamonds claw set on a slightly raised gallery atop a plain white metal shank

Estimated amethyst weight 20.00cts

£250-400

£250-400 784 FC665/27 A pair of early 20th century gem set cufflinks each with canted square rock crystal terminals, with frosted finish, with diagonally millegrain set borders of rose cut diamonds, conjoined by waisted links

Ring size L/M

785 FD489/34 A 19th century diamond and ruby set bird form brooch designed as a bird in flight with heart shaped drop suspended from the beak, set throughout with old mine and rose cut diamonds and circular and pear cut rubies, the heart shaped drop with glazed locket aperture to reverse

Terminals 1.3cm x 1.3cm

£1,200-1,400

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3cm x 4.3cm

£1,200-1,800

787 EZ449/3 An 18ct white gold mounted rubellite and diamond set cocktail ring the front of asymmetric scroll design, corner claw set with a large rounded triangular cut rubellite and a pear cut diamond Ring size: Q/R

£300-500


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788† FB539/14 A jade and diamond bar brooch the oval jade claw set and with pave set shaped panels to each side with circular and emerald cut diamonds, plain bar terminals, marked Plat and 18ct Jade 13.1mmx 9.5mm, overall 63mm

£250-350 789 FD310/23 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine set ring corner claw set with a large trap cut aquamarine of a pleasing light sky-blue hue Ring size: N

790 FD310/14 A Tanzanite and diamond set pendant with chain the pendant claw set to the centre with an oval cut Tanzanite, of a pleasing strong violet-blue hue, within a canted rectangular border channel set with baguette and tapered baguette cut diamonds, with plain tapering bale, stamped 14K, suspended from a 9ct white gold box link chain

791 FD310/11 An 18ct white gold mounted watermelon tourmaline and diamond set cluster ring the central corner claw set trap cut watermelon tourmaline within an open canted rectangular border, millegrain set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the shoulders each set with nine round brilliant cut diamonds, the gallery also diamond set

Lengths: pendant 19mm, chain 49cm

Length of central cluster 14mm, ring size L

£1,300-1,600

£1,000-1,500

£3,700-4,200

792 FD310/30 A Tanzanite and diamond set necklace composed of claw set oval cut Tanzanites, of a light violet-blue hue, interspersed by pairs of small round brilliant cut diamonds, with concealed clasp and safety clip stamped 14K Length 45cm

£3,200-3,800 793 FC823/8 A plain green hardstone bangle of plain circular section, small gold band detail, together with a gold ring marked 14K with green hardstone outer sleeve, together with a pair of paste set buckles Bangle 78mm external diameter, Ring size P

794 FC351/24 An opal and diamond ring the large oval opal, claw set with three small diamonds set to each shoulder, plain shank in rose pink metal, unmarked

795 FD413/13 An 18ct gold diamond and gem set Russian style crown ring the base of the crown in line with the shank featuring two small diamonds spaced between three square cut sapphires, the body of the crown consisting of 9ct gold and white metal featuring three small rubies, a number of small diamonds and a seed pearl, topped by an oval cut sapphire, shank hallmarked Ring size N

£250-350

Ring size Q, opal 16mm x 13mm 4.3mm deep

£300-400

£100-200

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798 FD470/1 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine and diamond set ring the central corner claw set trap cut aquamarine flanked to either side by a cluster of seven round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: N

796 FD413/64 A pair of 18ct gold and coral ear clips The oval coral within gold leaf clasping

£750-850

797 FD413/74 Two strings of green hard-stone and cloisonne beads combined with a string of graduated amethyst beads

799 FD470/4 A pair of 18ct white gold mounted citrine and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a line of nine claw set round brilliant cut diamonds surmounting a large pear cut citrine drop, of a deep golden hue, with post and disc fittings

Lengths: 82cm and 114cm

Length 44mm

£250-300

£600-700

22mm x 16mm

£250-400

800 FD413/70 A pair of gold tourmaline set ear studs of oval form and inspired by Roman style revial jewellery, rope twist border, textured ground with four applied gold scrolls and four brilliant cut diamonds in rubover settings, all surrounding an oval tourmaline of good deep green colour and in a rubover setting 19x17mm

£300-500

802 FD418/1 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut aquamarine, flanked to either shoulder by three similarly set round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: V

801 FD470/5 An 18ct white gold mounted Kunzite and diamond set ring the central claw set fancy oval cut Kunzite, of a pleasing lilac-pink hue, within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: M/N

£500-700

£150-250 803 FD413/86 Twelve pairs of earstuds mostly gold, some set with pearls, amber, amethysts, gem stones and shaped designs, together with a smoky quartz dress ring, a loose large smoky quartz of emerald cut, a pair of diamond earstuds claw set small old mine cut diamonds 45g all in

£300-500

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804 FD310/22 A Tanzanite and diamond set ring the central claw set fancy triangular cut Tanzanite of a fine deep violet-blue hue, the tapering shank channel set to each shoulder with three princess cut diamonds, white metal setting stamped 750 Ring size M

£3,600-4,000


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805 An early 20th century multi-gem set brooch naturalistically designed as two birds resting on a flowering branch, the birds each with circular cut cabochon set eyes, and round brilliant cut diamond highlighted chest, the branch with floral clusters each claw set to the centre with a round brilliant cut diamond within a surround of similarly cut rubies, contained in a tooled pink leather fitted case stamped COLLINGWOOD OF CONDUIT ST., LTD... 7.7cm x 4cm

ÂŁ2,000-3,000

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806 FD413/65 A pair of coral pendant earrings the drop shaped coral suspended below a smaller oval example, both set in a yellow metal frame of twisted design, with wire fittings 43mm long

£200-300

807 FD42/17 A jade and diamond set suite comprising a necklace, ring and a pair of matching pendant ear clips, each claw set with oval cut jade cabochons within scrolling borders and floral motifs set with single cut diamonds Lengths: necklace 50cm, earrings 52mm, ring size: O

£3,000-5,000

808 FD310/5 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine and diamond set cluster ring corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut aquamarine, within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, the pierced gallery also set with borders of round brilliant cut diamonds Length of central cluster 1.1cm, Ring size: M/N

£700-900 809 FD436/2 An opal and diamond ring claw set with three oval opals, pairs of old European cut diamonds spaced between, to an 18ct gold shank; together with a similar opal and diamond set ring; an opal set ring; a citrine and seed pearl set pendant; and opal set yellow metal bar brooch (5)

810 FD468/17 A Scottish gold and citrine bracelet the gold work modelled as Luckenbooth interwoven hearts and links of oval form with citrines 18cm long

£150-200

811 FD489/36 A 19th century garnet set necklace composed of graduated lozenge shaped faceted garnet set links, fringed to the front by graduated circular cut garnet set drops, conjoined by fine belcher link swags

Ring sizes P, N, O

Length from clasp to tip of centre 21.5cm

£300-500

£1,000-1,500

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Ring size: M

813 FD470/2 An 18ct white gold mounted peridot and diamond set ring the central claw set fancy oval cut peridot within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked to either shoulder by a foliate motif, each set with three similarly cut diamonds

£550-650

Ring size: N

812 FD470/3 An 18ct white gold mounted amethyst and diamond set ring the central corner claw set trap cut amethyst flanked to either side by a triangular cluster set with six round brilliant cut diamonds

£750-850 814 No lot

815 FD489/45 A French gold mounted cat’s eye chrysoberyl and diamond set ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut cat’s eye chrysoberyl cabochon, of a pleasing greenish-brown hue, displaying a milky flash, within a border of similarly set old European cut diamonds, flanked by split shoulders, with French control marks to the shank Ring size: M

£3,500-5,000 816 FE49/4 A 9ct white gold mounted white opal and diamond set pendant the heart shaped pendant inset to the front with a heart cut white opal panel, surmounted by two collet set baguette cut diamonds to the bale, suspended from a fine belcher link chain

817 FE110/9 An Art Deco multi-gem set bracelet alternately claw set with rectangular cut rock crystal and amethyst panels interspersed by spacers millegrain set with borders of circular cut colourless pastes, with concealed clasp, white metal setting stamped MADE IN FRANCE with French control marks

Lengths: pendant 2cm, chain 45cm

Length 21.8cm x 3.3cm

£750-950

£2,000-2,500

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818 FE72/8 A diamond and jade pendant the heart shaped jade panel with a white metal border set eight cut diamonds also with a claw set emerald above the jade, all with an 18ct white gold neck chain Pendant 10mm long

£200-400 819 FE54/5 An oval garnet set ring the cabochon garnet claw set in yellow metal with plain shank, together with a simple rectangular cut garnet with a stepped bar setting, shank stamped 9ct (2) Ring sizes: L, G

820 FE1/138 A 9ct gold mounted amethyst and pearl set brooch the central claw set oval cut amethyst within a shaped oval surround alternately set with circular cut amethysts and cultured pearls

821 FE72/9 A necklace and similar pair of earrings the necklace front composed of five circular links, each collet set to the centre with a circular cut lapis lazuli cabochon, within an open scrolling border, suspended from a fancy link chain, clasp stamped 375, the earrings each collet set with a circular cut dyed blue chalcedony cabochon, within a plain broad bezel, with post and butterfly fittings, stamped 9ct (2) Length of necklace 41cm, diameter of earrings 1.2cm

£300-500

3cm x 2.7cm

£200-250

£100-200

822 FD489/18 An 18ct white gold kunzite and diamond set necklace composed of a trace link chain, claw set to the centre front with a fancy triangular cut kunzite surmounting a floral cluster set with round brilliant and single cut diamonds, suspending a large pear cut kunzite drop

825 FD479/24 A group of three rings to include a 14ct gold ring set with an oval coral cabochon in a collet setting with a mother of pearl border, and enamel yellow metal ring with enamel decoration, an 18ct gold ring set elongated oval citrine cabochon with a pave set border of diamonds (3)

Length from clasp to centre 23cm

Ring size N O N

£500-600 823 FD479/23 A gold, diamond, sapphire and mabe pearl set dress ring the pearl in a 15ct gold rub over setting with a sapphire and diamond set border, basket support, together with a 9ct gold cocktail ring, open domed basket setting with rubies and central diamond, plated gold gallery and bi-furcated shank Ring size O, N1/2

£250-350

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824 FD489/12 A pair of Art Deco aquamarine and diamond set earrings each composed of a pear cut aquamarine drop surmounted by a tapering geometric line set millegrain set with rose and old mine cut diamonds, with wire fittings and hinged clips Length 50mm

£2,500-3,500

£220-350 826 FD479/21 A pair of gold mounted ear clips set lapis cabochon in moulded border, together with a pair of Edwardian gold turquoise, garnet and moonstone winged insect pin brooches £180-250


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829 FD707/24 An aquamarine set pendant with chain the pendant corner claw set with a trap cut aquamarine, with bifurcated bale, suspended from a 9ct gold flattened belcher link chain

831 FD489/60 An early 20th century necklace composed of graduated geometric scrolls interspersed by graduated tapering translucent dyed green chalcedony panels

Lengths: pendant 1.7cm (including bale),

Length 41cm

chain 44cm

£450-550

827 FD479/14 A versatile 18ct gold, diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire dress ring suite the principal band with two diamond set ‘C’ motifs with channel set circular cut diamonds, with three narrow interchangeable bands, each channel set calibre sapphires, emeralds and rubies Ring size M 1/2

£200-300

Ring size: N/O

832 FD489/48 A sherry-coloured topaz and diamond set ring the central corner claw set sherrycoloured topaz flanked to either shoulder by a channel set tapered baguette cut diamond

£300-400

Ring size: L

£200-300 828 FD489/69 An unusual large carved pink gem set ring collet set with a high-domed oval cut foliate carved pink gem, within a domed textured setting, with hinged tapering shank

830 FD707/26 An 18ct yellow gold mounted blue topaz set ring corner claw set with a trap cut blue topaz

£400-600

Ring size: I

£3,000-5,000

833 FD479/7 An Art Deco sapphire, diamond and ruby eternity ring with two hinged bands of diamonds flanking a row of sapphires or rubies Ring size N

835 FD489/13 An Edwardian multi-gem set pendant set to the centre with a translucent heart cut chatoyant cabochon within a border of old European cut diamonds, the detachable bale set with two graduated similarly cut diamonds 3cm x 2.2cm

£1,200-1,800

£200-300 836 FD478/2 A diamond and tourmaline pendant of double crucifix form, white metal set with old cut diamonds and step cut pink tourmalines, to a white metal chain

834 FD479/13 A 1970s gold and gem set dress ring the central large cushion-shaped pink cabochon, claw set to a textured branch setting and plain shank, stamped 14k

Length 42mm

Ring size M/N

£200-300

837 FD479/18 An opal and diamond set dress ring the oval opal doublet claw set, the gallery with pave set panels of diamonds with tapering gold extended bars, moulded shank, stamped 14k and F/c in a shield shaped punch Ring size N

£250-400

£300-500

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838 FD707/21 A 9ct white gold mounted blue topaz set ring corner claw set with a trap cut blue topaz, flanked by split shoulders; together with a Victorian pendant composed of plain suspension hoop above a spherical bead, surmounting a larger ovoid bead applied with ropetwists and snake link fringes, suspending a smaller ovoid bead drop; a 9ct gold mounted jadeite set pendant of curved rectangular design, composed of a curved rounded rectangular carved jadeite panel, applied to the centre with a border of Chinese characters, the terminals mounted with geometric pierced borders, with plain tapering bale; a collection of assorted earrings to include several gold pairs, mostly of Creole or knotted form, also a few gem set and enamelled pairs (Qty); a pair of blue colourless gem set earrings each claw set with an oval cut blue gem, surmounted by a collet set colourless gem, with rose-coloured post and butterfly fittings stamped 9ct; a collection of items to include a colourless gem set full-eternity ring, stamped 9ct, a circular cut sapphire and colourless gem set ring with V-shaped front, a fancy flat link chain necklace, stamped 14K ITALY, together with another similar necklace (A/F), stamped 750 (qty) Ring size: N/O

£600-800 839 FE86/3 A citrine brooch the oval citrine collet set in a pierced yellow metal border, together with a yellow metal pierced brooch of floral design set with graduated opals and five small rubys (2) £180-220

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843 FD91/1 An aquamarine and diamond set cluster ring the aquamarine four corner claw set with three circular brilliant cut diamonds to each side, all set in white gold £400-600

840 FD58/4 A pair of rubellite and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of two oval cut rubellites within canted square borders pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, conjoined by similarly cut diamond set open borders, the setting additionally diamond set to reverse, with post and butterfly fittings, setting stamped 750 6.34 Length 47mm

£1,800-2,500 841 FD707/22 An 18ct white gold mounted aquamarine and diamond set ring the central corner claw set fancy cushion shaped rose cut aquamarine flanked to either shoulder by three round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: M

£300-500 842 FD479/2 A large gold and amethyst bangle of textured curved form, large set cabochon amethyst, a row of graduated claw set amethysts to each side, spring hinged action, stamped 750 88g total

£1,200-1,500

844 FE49/16 A white opal and diamond set reversible pendant with 9ct white gold chain the pendant inset to one side with an oval cut white opal panel, the reverse with polished finish applied with scrolling round brilliant cut diamond set borders, suspended from a 9ct white gold fine flattened curb link chain Lengths: pendant 4.2cm (including bale), chain 44cm

£3,000-5,000 845 FE49/20 An 18ct white gold mounted Tanzanite and diamond set ring with central corner claw set trap cut Tanzanite, of a pleasing deep violet-blue hue, flanked to either shoulder by two off-set baguette cut diamonds Ring size: K/L . App weights Tanzanite 9.71cts; diamonds 0.42cts total.

£5,000-7,000 846 FE110/11 A French two-coloured gold mounted multi-gem set brooch corner claw set to the centre with a trap cut kunzite, flanked to three sides by petal shaped borders collet set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the other edge of interwoven design 4.7cm x 3.6cm

£1,500-1,800


Ruby Jewellery

847 FD310/8 A Ruby and diamond pendant the oval ruby suspended from a white metal box chain, below a smaller claw set diamond. £1,000-1,500 848 FC665/25 An Edwardian ruby, diamond and cultured pearl set brooch/pendant of scrolling heart design, millegrain collet set to the centre with an old European cut diamond, within open heart shaped borders set with rose cut diamonds and calibre cut rubies, within an outer similarly set foliate wreath, suspending an ovoid cultured pearl drop, with hinged bale, stamped 14K and brooch fittings 3.5cm x 2.5cm

£2,000-3,000 849 FC735/1 A 9ct white gold mounted ruby and diamond set ring alternately channel set to the front with round brilliant cut diamonds and circular cut rubies, with original fitted box stamped FRASER HART... Ring size: K

£150-200 850 FD310/4 An 18ct white gold mounted Art Deco style ruby and diamond set cluster ring the slim oval cluster millegrain set with a vertical border of graduated calibre cut rubies within a surround set with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with three similarly cut diamonds Length of central cluster 2.2cm, Ring size: N

£650-850

851 FD310/20 An 18ct white gold mounted ruby and diamond set ring the central claw set circular cut ruby flanked by two pear cut diamonds, Ring size: L/M

£2,400-3,400 852 FD310/1 A ruby and diamond cluster ring claw set to the centre with a circular cut ruby within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, additionally set to each shoulder with twelve similarly cut diamonds, two-coloured shank stamped K18 R0.22 D0.23 Ring size: M

£400-600 853 FD412/36 A ruby and diamond half hoop eternity ring set three circular cut diamonds, three each of calibre cut rubies to each side and terminating in a single circular cut diamond to each end, all set in 18ct white gold, numbered 4550 Ring size M

£250-400 854 FD413/23 A pair of Burmese ruby and diamond ear studs oval cut ruby collet set and with a border of circular cut diamonds, post and butterfly fittings; together with certificate stating the rubies are showing no signs of treatment and are of Burmese origin

855 FD468/23 A pair of 18ct gold, ruby and diamond ear clips of asymmetric scrolling design with principal ruby in rub over setting, diamond detail 23mm long, 5.9g

£300-500 856 FD412/45 A 9ct gold brooch composed of ruby clasped leaves and other jewellery to include gold enck chain, paste bracelet, turquoise and pear bar brooch and other jewellery (qty) £180-250 857 FE49/1 A 9ct gold mounted ruby and diamond set suite comprising a pendant with chain and a pair of matching earrings, each claw set with an oval cut ruby within a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, the pendant with similarly cut diamond set bale, suspended from a fine flattened curb link chain Lengths: pendant 1.5cm, chain 45cm, earrings 0.9cm

£250-350 858 FE49/11 An 18ct white gold mounted ruby and diamond set floral cluster ring the central claw set oval cut ruby within a surround of ten round brilliant cut diamonds Ring size: L

£2,500-3,500

£1,400-1,800

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859 FE49/22 An 18ct white gold mounted ruby and diamond set ring the central corner claw set trap cut ruby, of a fine deep red hue, flanked to either side by a baguette cut diamond

861 FE49/14 An 18ct gold mounted ruby and diamond set three-stone ring claw set to the centre with a circular cut ruby, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond

Ring size: K

Ring size: M/N

£7,000-8,000

£2,800-3,500

860 FE51/2 A 9ct gold multi-gem set suite comprising a ring and hinged bangle, the ring front, of cross-over design, composed of two stylised leopards, pave set with circular cut rubies and with circular cut emerald set eyes, the hinged bangle front also composed of two stylised leopards, each pave set with circular cut rubies and single cut diamonds (2)

862 FE49/7 An 18ct gold mounted ruby and diamond set three-stone ring claw set to the centre with an oval cut ruby, flanked to either side by a round brilliant cut diamond

863 FE51/10 A ruby and diamond set suite comprising a pair of earrings and a bangle, the earrings each of domed circular design, claw set to the centre with a cluster of circular cut rubies, within a petal shaped border with satinfinish, with post and hinged clip fittings; the bangle of hinged design with textured finish, the split front with central claw set border of graduated circular cut rubies, with concealed clasp and additional safety clip (2) Diameters: earrings 1.8cm, bangle 6cm

£150-250

Ring size: M

£1,400-1,800

Ring size: R, diameter of bangle 6.2cm

£150-250

Mixed Jewellery 864 FD489/23 A pair of harlequin cultured pearl and diamond set pendant earrings each composed of a small cultured pearl surmounting a line of four collet set round brilliant cut diamonds, suspending either a greyish-blue or greenish yellow baroque cultured pearl drop, with wire fittings Length 3.8cm, estimated diamond weight approximately 0.40cts total

£800-1,200 865 No lot

866 FC963/28 Collection of gold and gem set rings to include illusion set diamond rings, sapphire and diamond cluster ring, amethyst, pearl, garnet, turquoise etc (9) £300-500 867 FC589/29A An Iona zoomorphic bangle MK, Iona, Edinburgh, modern with chased zoomorphic decoration and a white metal cross with well engraved foliate design, all on a flattened curb link silver neck chain, together with a circular paste set pendant, a carved hardstone holly brooch, a pair of foil backed earrings, another pair, a silver and marcasite set snake brooch, a marcasite and paste set feather plume brooch, a surete pin brooch modelled as a Spanish rapier (9) £300-400

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868 FC963/33 A gold fox hunting bar brooch and other items to include a Victorian gold bar brooch, a garnet set pendant, a turquoise tie pin, moonstone pendant and chain, 9ct fob pendant, together with an early 19th century wedgewood intaglio of classical figures (impressed mark, numbered 354) together with a paste pearl necklace, dogs head watch key, buckles, pen knifes (qty) £80-120 869 FD127/1 A Victorian cameo brooch lady’s head in profile scrolling yellow metal frame, together with a pearl set star brooch, a banded agate seal with pistol grip handle, other agate jewellery, propelling pencil, brooches etc (qty) £180-220


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870 FD412/37 A group of gold rings to include an 18ct white gold wedding band, engraved inscription; two other wedding bands and a small signet ring; together with a silver and enamel brooch, modelled as a flag pole with Naval signal in flags (ICS) reading ‘SHUNA’ (qty) £150-200 871 FD468/29 A group of three bar brooches to include a contemporary ruby and pearl brooch, marked A T R, a 1920s three stone diamond brooch, and a small Victorian coral set ring Combined weight 14g

£200-300 872 FD479/27 A group of Victorian jewellery to include a cabochon garnet set knot brooch in a later fitted box, a foil backed paste amethyst necklace, a paste citrine riviere in a gilt metal setting, a pair of Victorian pear and amethyst pendant earrings, later screw fittings (qty) £150-250

874 FE51/16 A collection of costume jewellery to include a Butler & Wilson colourless paste set brooch, designed as a lady walking a large dog; a green and red paste set seated cat form brooch, also by Butler & Wilson; a Camrose & Kross Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy reproduction enamelled Yellow Ribbon Brooch, stamped JBK, with original box and documents; a Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy reproduction large foliate spray brooch, set with red and colourless pastes and red enamel, stamped JBK; a pair of satin-finished oval ear clips, also set with colourless pastes, stamped JOMAZ; a pair of blue and colourless paste set pendant earrings, stamped 925; and two cubic zirconia set dress rings, both stamped 925 (8) £100-200 875 FE585/2 A diamond solitaire ring claw set in a yellow 18ct gold shank; together with a single stone diamond ring, claw set on decorative raised shoulders, to a yellow metal shank, marks indistinct (2) Ring size L, M

£300-400 873 FE51/13 A small collection of items to include a nephrite jade spherical bead necklace, interspersed by smaller melon ball form links, with pierced slim oval clasp, stamped 14K; an oval shell cameo brooch depicting a female portrait profile, mount stamped K18; a modernist design ring, stamped 375 ITALY MILOR; together with a cocktail ring, claw set with a large circular cut smoky quartz (4)

876 FE585/3 A group of three gem set rings to include a diamond solitaire ring, in a raised claw setting on a yellow metal shank stamped 18K; a diamond and sapphire ring, five old cut diamonds and five old cut sapphires alternately set in two tiers on an 18ct gold shank; a citrine ring, the step cut corner claw set citrine to a yellow metal shank stamped 9ct (3)

£150-250

£250-400

877 FE64/5 Two gem set rings and a wedding band to include a 9ct gold mounted cluster ring, claw set with round brilliant cut diamonds, with scroll shoulders; a 9ct white gold mounted circular cut aquamarine set ring, flanked by scroll shoulders, one set with a border of round brilliant cut diamonds; together with an 18ct yellow gold scroll shaped wedding band (3) £180-250 878 FE70/2 An amber bead necklace and a silver purse the cloudy amber bead neckalce composed of graduated oval beads; the woven mesh link purse with shaped rectangular cantle hallmarked for London 1924-25, with belcher link suspension chain (2) Necklace 47.5cm (from back to centre front), purse 9.48ozt

£280-350 879 FE86/5 A diamod ruby and sapphire bar brooch alternately set with three claw set rubies, two pearls and twelve small rose cut diamonds, together with a sapphire and pearl bar brooch, with a navette decoration, centrally set with a sapphire and seed pearls with two larger pearls to either side, together with a rope twist and fetter link neck chain, with heart shaped pendant centrally set with a small sapphire surrounded by seed pearls (3) £150-250

Ring size L, N, M1/2

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880 FE51/15 A collection of items to include a multi-gem lariat by Hamilton & Inches, composed of two rows of turquoise chips, faceted colorless gems, culutred pearls, large polished pebbles and planished silver beads; a similarly set broad cuff form bracelet; a pair of simulated turquoise set trefoil shaped earrings; together with a simulated pearl fringed torsade (4) £150-250 881 FD65B/3 A mixed group of items to include gold chains, cufflinks etc combined with four silver boxes, swizel stick and propelling pencils, silver Concord cufflinks, two watches, a gem set ring, hardstone goodluck charms, lighters coins, pins, two modern watches, a small group of gold and yellow metal items, three pairs of cufflinks, masonic fob, watch chain, chains etc. etc £550-750 882 FD468/33 A large collection of jewellery to include a group of 19th century garnet set brooches (4), a pearl and ruby set spray brooch of panel form, a pair of victorian striped agate pendant earrings, a Scottish oval multi agate panel brooch, five Scottish agate panels in rubover brass mounts, a gold plated USA Presidents wrist watch, a 1902s silver cased wrist watch, miscellaneous costume jewellery, camera, small servers etc (qty) £400-600

883 FD413/88 A collection of gold silver and gem set brooches to include three gem and agate set Scottish brooches, two similar bow shaped brooches set with seed pearls and marcasite, one marcasite brooch shaped as a boat, a paste clip brooch, two small lockets, one set with a seed pearl, and agate set bar brooch, a white metal brooch and a yellow and white metal leaf brooch, a quartz pocket watch (13)

886 FE86/4 A collection of items to inlcude an 18ct gold half eternity ring set with eleven small circular cut diamonds; an 18ct gold wedding band; a opal and diamond ring, two old mine cut diamonds spaced between three claw set opals on a 18ct gold shank; an agate set fob; a single pearl set bar brooch; a 9ct gold bird brooch set with seed pearls (6)

£250-300

887 FC963/39 A collection of loose opals and garnets opals of oval shape in various sizes, together with a number of loose garnets, various cameos, studs and earrings (qty)

884 FD410/5 A diamond cluster ring the cluster with small baguette diamonds to each shoulder, together with a diamond set ring, the square panel set small diamond in a star setting all in 18ct gold, and a small five stone diamond ring Ring sizes P; N; R.

£200-300 885 FC944/1 A Victorian gold cased fob watch 18ct gold open faced case, keyless wind, engraved outer cover and inner cover, dial inscribed Edward Glasgow, with a long gold fancy link muff chain; a small framed watercolour miniature of a hirsute gentleman; a sapphire and diamond set tie pin head and another enamelled and a paste sapphire and diamond bar, CHARLES GIGANDET PRAESENT DATE-EXACT gentlemans wrist watch, champagne dial, day and month aperture, date indicator sweep hand, subsidiary seconds dial, gilt case, OMEGA, a gentlemans wrist watch, dial with subsidiary seconds dial, both with later expanding bracelets £250-400

£200-300

£250-350 888 FC364A/1 A collection of modern gold jewellery to include; an American Indian head pendant with a fancy chain marked 14k; a sphinx pendant with a chain marked 375; a dragon pendant, bale hallmarked 9ct gold and on a chain marked 975 (qty) 34.9g all in

£280-350 889 FC364A/2 An 18ct pearl and diamond pendant the silver pearl in a white gold scrolling surround with an eight cut diamond border of tapering form, white gold chain; a pearl and diamond set ring, the larger silver pearl clasped by six arms with diamond set terminals; and a sapphire ring, the oval sapphire claw set in yellow metal marked 750; a pair of similar pearl and diamond set ear studs and other ear studs (qty) £250-350 890 FE56/1 A graduated string of seed pearls and other jewellery to include a gold ball tie pin, wedding band, small gold locket, pearl tie pin and studs, filigree silver brooch and an attractive art deco sapphire and diamond brooch modelled as a croquet mallet indistinctly marked (qty) £300-500 END OF SALE

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Lyon & Turnbull carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to, or in connection, with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein.

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1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “Auctioneer” means the firm of Lyon & Turnbull or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which, at the date of the sale, had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Lyon & Turnbull accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid, which must be raised before the next lot is offered, shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Once made, no bid may be withdrawn. (e) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon. 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk (*) or dagger (†). Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate

(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 2% (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. 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. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than four 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. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. (4) It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain collection procedures, particularly if the sale is not being held at our main saleroom and the potential storage charges for lots not collected by the appropriate time. 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 of 1.5% per month above the current base rate on the total amount due, to the extent it remains unpaid for more than four 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 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 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. 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. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY 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. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

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.

13. TERMS OF SALE

GENERAL

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.

17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

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 Marketing Service: £10 per lot. (2) If a vendor wishes to withdraw a lot organized for sale, a withdrawal fee will apply; (a) If withdrawn over 28 working days prior to the sale, this will be charged at 10% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (b) If withdrawn within 28 working days of the sale, this will be charged at 20% of the mid estimate along with any ancilliary incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. 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

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 (Books, Jewellery, paintings, guns, firearms etc) in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary or guidance notes appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 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.


Absentee bid form Sale/customer details 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh EH1 3RR Tel +44 (0)131 557 8844 Fax +44 (0)131 557 8668

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I request Lyon and Turnbull, without legal obligation of any kind on its part, to bid on the following lots up to the prices listed.

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I understand that if any of my bids are successful the total price payable will be the amount of the final bid plus a Buyer’s premium calculated at the following rates: 25% up to £25,000 / 20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium. The premium and VAT is payable by all purchasers. Lots in the catalogue marked * or † are subject to VAT on the hammer price as well as the premium. Where there are identical bids for a lot, the first bid received will be have precedence. Please make certain that your bids are submitted at least two hours before the start of the sale.

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Fine Asian Arts Wednesday, 5th December, 2012 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR

LARGE CHINESE BURR WOOD SCHOLAR’S POT QING, 19TH CENTURY £10,000-15,000 ($16,000-24,000)

Viewing times Saturday, 1st December, 12 noon - 4pm Sunday, 2nd December, 12 noon - 4pm Monday, 3rd December, 10am - 5pm Tuesday, 4th December, 10am - 5pm Morning of sale from 9am

Enquiries Lee Young Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 lee.young@lyonandturnbull.com Douglas Girton Tel: +44 (0)131 557 8844 douglas.girton@lyonandturnbull.com

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Furniture and larger items Constantine Constantine House North Caldeen Road Coatbridge North Lanarkshire ML5 4EF Tel: +44(0)1236 750055 Fax: +44(0)1236 750077 E-mail: enquiries@constantinemoving.com A Van Man Transport Unit 5, Benridge Park Holyrood Close, Creekmoor Poole, Dorset BH17 7BD Tel: +44 (0)1202 600 012 Fax: +44 (0)1202 600 206 Email: office@avmt.co.uk Fine Art Carriers Gallery Support Group 37 Cremer Street London E2 8HD Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 6692 Email: info@gallerysupportgroup.com

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.

© Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. 2012. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Lyon and Turnbull Ltd.


33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR Tel +44 (0)131 557 8844 Fax +44 (0)131 557 8668 email. info@lyonandturnbull.com www.lyonandturnbull.com

182 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HG Tel +44 (0)141 333 1992 Fax +44 (0)141 332 8240

78 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ES Tel +44 (0)20 7930 9115 Fax +44 (0)20 7930 7274

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