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Wednesday, 5th June 2019 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh

Jewellery, Watches & Silver


Jewellery, Watches & Silver Wednesday, 5th June, 2019 at 10am Sale Number LT560

Viewing Sunday, 2nd June 12 noon - 4pm Monday, 3rd June 10am - 5pm Tuesday, 4th June 10am - 5pm Day of sale from 9am

Enquiries Lyon & Turnbull Ltd. 33 Broughton Place Edinburgh EH1 3RR Tel. 0131 557 8844 Email. info@lyonandturnbull.com www.lyonandturnbull.com

Catalogue: ÂŁ15

Front Cover Lot 218 (detail)

Inside Front Cover Lot 356 (detail)

Inside Back Cover Lot 257 (detail)


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Buyer’s Guide

Buyer’s Premium & Other Charges

Registration

Catalogue descriptions

The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium, at the following rate, thereon. 25% up to £100,000/20% thereafter. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law (see our Conditions of Sale at the back of this catalogue).

All potential buyers must register prior to placing a bid. Registration information may be submitted in person at our registration desk, by email, by fax or on our website. Please note that all fist time bidders at Lyon & Turnbull will be asked to supply the following documents in order to facilitate registration:

All item descriptions, dimensions and estimates are provided for guidance only. It is the buyer’s responsibility to inspect all lots prior to bidding to ensure that the condition is to their satisfaction. If potential buyers are unable to inspect lots in person (public viewing times listed in every catalogue), our specialists will be happy to prepare condition reports and additional images. These are for guidance only and all lots are sold ‘as found’, as per our Conditions of Sale.

Additional VAT † VAT at the standard rate payable on the hammer price * 5% import VAT payable on the hammer price No VAT is payable on the hammer price or premium for books bought at auction. Droit de Suite § indicates works which may be subject to the Droit de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right, a royalty payment for all qualifying works of art. Under new legislation which came into effect on 1st January 2012, this applies to living artists and artists who have died in the last 70 years. This royalty will be charged to the buyer on the hammer price and in addition to the buyer’s premium. It will not apply to works where the hammer price is less than €1,000 (euros). The charge for works of art sold at and above €1,000 (euros) and below €50,000 (euros) is 4%. For items selling above €50,000 (euros), charges are calculated on a sliding scale. More information on Droit de Suite is available at www.dacs.org.uk

1 – Government issued photo ID (Passport/ Driving licence) 2 – Proof of address (utility bill/bank statement). We may, at our option, also ask you to provide a bank reference and/ or deposit. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood and accepted our Conditions of Sale (available at the back of every catalogue and on our website). Bidding & Payment For information on bidding options see our Guide to Bidding & Payment at the back of the catalogue. Removal of Purchases Responsibility for packing, shipping and insurance shall be exclusively that of the purchaser.

Import/Export Prospective buyers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to; rhino horn, ivory, coral and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective buyers should familiarise themselves with all relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import lots to another country. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any relevant export or import licence. The denial of any licence or any delay in obtaining licences shall neither justify the recession of any sale nor any delay in making full payment for the lot. Endangered Species Please be aware that lots marked with the symbol Y contain material which may be subject to CITES regulations when exporting outside the EU. For more information visit http:// www. defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/ imports-exports/ cites 19.1


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Meet the Specialists At Lyon & Turnbull we want to make buying at auction as easy and enjoyable as possible. Our specialist team are on hand to assist you, whether you are looking for something in particular for your home or collection, require more detailed information about the history or current condition of a lot, or just want to find out more about the auction process.

Ruth Davis FGA DGA PjDip

Kate Flitcroft FGA

Kier Mulholland

Trevor Kyle

Head of Department (Edinburgh)

Head of Department (London)

Junior Specialist

Consultant

ruth.davis@lyonandturnbull.com

kate.flitcroft@lyonandturnbull.com

kier.mulholland@lyonandturnbull.com

trevor.kyle@lyonandturnbull.com


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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 reoiling 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)

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F

Rare White + (RW+)

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G

Rare White (RW)

-

H

White (W)

Face up colourless Face down slightly tinted

I / J

Slightly Tinted White (STW)

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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

DIAMOND CLARITY GIA

CIBJO EXPLANATION

Flawless (FL)

Loupe Clean (LC) Shows no inclusions or blemishes under 10x magnification

Internally Flawless (IF) - Shows no inclusions and only insignificant blemishes under 10x magnification Very Very Slightly Included Very Very Small Inclusions (VVS) VVS1 / VVS2 (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.

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Order of Sale Wednesday, 5th June, 2019 at 10am 1-257 Jewellery 258-283

Modern Jewellery

284-315

Parcel Lots

316-329

Ladies’ Watches

330-342

Gentleman’s Watches

343-355

Pocket Watches

356-381

Medals & Coins

382-403

Foreign Silver

404-455

Modern Silver

456-468

A Private Collection of Vinaigrettes

469-481

Scottish Silver

482-544

Antique Silver

Lot 409


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5 A contemporary 18ct white gold and diamond set line necklace claw set with thirty-two round brilliant cut diamonds, alternated with knife bar links, the concealed clasp set with three claw set round cut diamonds Length: 41cm, estimated total diamond weight: 1.70cts

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1 A diamond set star brooch of traditional design, with a circular surround, set throughout with old round and cushion cut diamonds, unmarked with brooch and pendant fittings

6 An early 20th century diamond and pearl set bar brooch of simple scrolling design, set throughout with old round and rose cut diamonds, suspending a single pearl set drop, in a fitted box for Hamilton & Inches… Edinburgh Length: 50mm

£600-800

Width: 40mm, estimated principal diamond weight: 0.50cts

£600-800

2 A single stone diamond ring claw set with a single old round cut diamond, in a pierced and raised setting, to a plain shank, stamped 18k Ring size: N/O, estimated diamond weight: 0.50cts

£300-500

3 An Edwardian ruby and diamond set brooch of symmetrical form, claw set with a central group of three small rubies and radiating diamond set detail with ruby at each terminal, unmarked, in a fitted box for Edward & Sons… Glasgow

7 An early 20th century paste set pendant the stylised plaque with pierced foliate detail, set throughout with colourless and green pastes and suspending a cultured pearl drop, to an integral trace link chain with paste set links, stamped STERLING Length of pendant: 80mm

£200-300

8 A large amethyst and pearl set brooch claw set with a large oval mixed cut amethyst, in a border of half-pearls and small round cut rubies, unmarked Width: 41mm

£150-250

Length: 39mm

£250-400

4 An Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl necklace of open scrolling design, set throughout with seed pearls and oval and round cut amethysts, the whole suspending a pearl drop, to a trace link chain, all in a fitted case Central section width: 79mm

£150-200

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An aquamarine and diamond set cocktail ring claw set with a pear shaped aquamarine, each shoulder set with four small eight-cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped ‘11.00ct’

A 19th century diamond set brooch claw set with a cushion cut diamond, in a stylised surround of crescent and fleur-de-lis design set with four principal cushion cut diamonds, and throughout with graduated old-round, eight-cut and rose cut diamonds, unmarked

Ring size: J

£1,600-1,800

Width: 40mm

10 An enamel, pearl and diamond set pendant of heart-shaped outline, the green enamelled ground in a white enamel border with applied rose cut diamond and pearl heart motif to centre, surmounted by similarly set ribbon motif, glazed panel to rear, to a pearl set neck chain, all unmarked, in a fitted box for Joseph Heming & Co… London

£1,000-1,500

15 An Art Deco marcasite and jade set double clip brooch of symmetrical form, each half with a carved and pierced oval jade panel, marcasite set scrolling surround; together with a seed pearl and amethyst set brooch, in a box for David Dow & Son… Glasgow (2)

Length of pendant (inc. bale): 33mm

Overall length of double clip: 65mm

£300-500

£200-300

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A Victorian three stone diamond set ring claw set with three graduated old cushion cut diamonds, in an openwork gallery set with diamond chip accents, to a plain unmarked yellow metal shank

A five stone sapphire set ring claw set with five graduated sapphires, to a plain yellow metal shank, unmarked

Ring size: M

£400-600

Ring size: L

£300-500

12 A pair of diamond set ear studs each claw set with an old round cut diamond, to post and tension fittings stamped MECAN, French control marks Estimated total diamond weight: 0.80cts

£300-500

13 An Edwardian garnet and seed pearl set pendant of open scrolling design, set with seed pearls and two round cut garnets, unmarked, to a 9ct gold belcher link chain Length of pendant: 45mm

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22 A five stone diamond set ring claw set with five graduated old round and oval cut diamonds, scrolling detail to gallery, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 15 Ring size: M/N

£400-600

23 A diamond set cross pendant, Cartier channel-set with six square step-cut diamonds, the bale set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, suspended from a trace link chain, pendant signed ‘Cartier’ and numbered ‘884377’ Length of pendant (inc. bale): 22mm

£1,800-2,500

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17 A polki diamond set crescent unmarked, the crescent with an enamel blue border, pavé set polki diamonds, formerly with pin fitting Width: 45mm

£250-350

18 Two jade bangles both with carved foliate and mythical beast detail Internal diameters: 60mm & 57mm (approx.)

£500-800

19 A multi-gem set butterfly brooch the wings and body modelled with carved jade, with cultured pearl and red gem set detail, indistinctly marked to reverse Width: 63mm

£250-400

20 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring the round mixed cut sapphire within a surround of round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 18ct; together with a half eternity ring channel set with rubies and diamonds (2)

A diamond set cross pendant claw set with eleven round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain platinum trace link chain Length of pendant: 26mm, estimated total diamond weight: 2.20cts

£400-600

25 A green tourmaline and diamond set ring claw set with a mixed-square cut green tourmaline, in a border of small eight-cut diamonds, the split shoulders also set with small eight-cut diamonds, shank stamped G14K Ring size: M

£600-800

26 An amethyst set cocktail ring claw set with a large rectangular cut amethyst, each shoulder set with a floral motif set with round and eight-cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 750 Ring size: M

£300-500

27 A three stone diamond ring claw set with three graduated old round cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 18ct PLAT Rings size: R, estimated total diamond weight: 2.55cts

£2,000-3,000

Ring size: O & O

£500-700

21 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval sapphire, in a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, stamped 585 Ring size: L

£100-200

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34 A Victorian diamond set bracelet composed of graduated circular links, seven links set with a central old round cut diamond, unmarked Length: 18.5cm

£400-600

35 A diamond set bracelet modelled as a lion’s head, with cabochon garnet eyes and an old round cut diamond, the circular links with Greek-key border and small round cut diamond detail or with a plain polished finish 28

28 A multi-gem set plaque ring of oval form, collet set with three round cut sapphires, flanked to either side with two square cut emeralds, pavé set throughout with old round and eight-cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 18CT PLAT

Length: 18cm

£400-600

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Ring size: J

A suite of amethyst jewellery comprising a ring and a pair of earrings, each composed of three amethyst set floral clusters, collet set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the earrings with post and clip fittings, all modelled in 18ct yellow gold (3)

£600-800

Ring size: N, length of earrings: 25mm

29 A citrine set brooch the oval cut citrine collet set in a stylised antler surround, unmarked Height: 41mm

£250-400

£250-400

37 A diamond set half eternity ring bar set with five round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold shank; together with a sapphire and diamond three stone ring, to a plain shank, stamped 18ct PLAT (2)

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Ring size: M & N

A woven ‘Somerset’ bracelet, Tiffany & Co composed of woven mesh links, stamped TIFFANY & CO 925

£250-400

£200-300

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31 A modern bracelet, Tiffany & Co. composed of oval belcher links with lobster type clasp, suspending a circular pendant, with engraved initials, stamped to reverse TIFFANY & CO 750

A diamond set ‘Luckenbooth’ pendant of traditional design, the Cupid’s arrow diagonally piercing the heart, set with eight-cut and rose cut diamonds throughout, to a trace link chain stamped ‘14k’ Length of pendant (inc. bale): 37mm

£200-300

Length: 19cm

£700-1,000

32 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval cut sapphire, in a border of ten round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, stamped 18ct PLAT Ring size: O/P

£500-700

33 A sapphire and diamond set eternity ring channel set with a continuous row of alternating square cut sapphires and round cut diamonds, to an unmarked white metal shank with engraved detail Ring size: L

£200-300

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A diamond set half eternity ring channel set with a row of baguette cut diamonds, between two rows of graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, unmarked; together with another channel set with a single row of baguette cut diamonds, shank stamped Pt (2)

A star sapphire set ring collet set with a star sapphire cabochon, to a plain platinum mount

Ring size: M & m

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£400-600

A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks of oval outline with engine turned detail to principal terminal, belcher links; together with another pair, with rectangular terminals and engine turned detail, stamped 750 (2)

40 A pair of moonstone pendant earrings each modelled as a tassel collet set with oval moonstone cabochons throughout, hook fittings, unmarked

Ring size: L/M

£800-1,200

Length of terminals: 18mm & 21mm

£350-500

Length: 40mm

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£160-220

41 A moonstone necklace composed of a single strand of slightly graduated collet set moonstone cabochons, to a hook clasp, stamped 585 Length: 55cm

A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval cut sapphire in a border of small round cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold shank; together with a 9ct gold wedding band (2) Ring sizes: L/M & M

£250-400

£300-400

46 42 An Edwardian peridot and tourmaline set fringe necklace the trace link chain suspending eleven graduated drop bars, each set with small colourless, seed pearls and graduated alternating pear cut peridot and pink tourmalines, in a fitted case for Henry Tatton & Son… Edinburgh

An early 20th century aquamarine set pendant claw set with an oval cut aquamarine, suspending a knife bar link and pear cut aquamarine drop, to an integral trace link chain Length of pendant: 50mm

£200-300

Overall length: 38cm

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£250-400

A diamond set navette cluster ring set throughout with rose cut diamonds and diamond chips, the shoulders with ribbed detail, to an unmarked yellow metal shank Ring size: N

£200-300

48 A diamond set three stone ring claw set with three round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 18CT; together with a diamond set pendant, claw set with a princess cut diamond to an 18ct yellow gold bale (2) Ring size: L 43

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A pair of diamond set gentleman’s cufflinks and tie-clip the cufflinks with rectangular terminal pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds and secondary torpedo terminal, stamped 18kt; together with an associated tie clip, pave set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, and a gypsy set round brilliant cut diamond terminal, stamped 18k (2)

A single stone diamond ring claw set with a single round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain platinum shank Ring size: L, estimated total diamond weight: 0.68cts

£400-600

Cufflink terminals: 18mm x 16mm

£3,500-4,500

50 A moonstone and diamond set pendant necklace collet set with an oval moonstone cabochon, suspended from circular links pave set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, to an 18ct gold trace link chain

55 A ruby and diamond set cluster pendant composed of three heart shaped pendants set at intervals, each collet set with a pear-shaped ruby in a border of pavé set round brilliant cut diamonds, to an integral white metal chain stamped 750 Length: 40.5cm

£400-600

Length of pendant: 40mm

£400-600

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A diamond set brooch claw set with an old round cut diamond, in two borders of smaller round cut diamonds, unmarked

A 18ct gold ruby and diamond set ring set with three graduated round cut rubies and two small old-round cut diamonds, to a plain shank; together with a diamond ring, box set with a small round cut diamond, each stepped shoulder set with three small old round cut diamonds, to a plain shank (2)

Diameter: 22mm, estimated principal diamond weight: 0.40cts

£300-500

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£400-600

57 52 A multi-gem bracelet and pair of earrings the bracelet collet set with various oval cut amethysts, citrines, garnet etc, to a plain hook clasp; together with a pair of matching tassel earrings, to hook fittings, both stamped 585 (2) Length of bracelet: 19cm

A pair of Tahitian pearl and diamond set stud earrings each set with a large Tahitian cultured grey pearl, set below with a heart shaped cluster pavé set throughout with round brilliant cut diamonds, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked Length: 23mm

£600-800

£300-400

53 A late 19th century diamond cluster ring set with a cluster of nine graduated old round and cushion cut diamonds, pierced detail to gallery, engraved detail to shoulders Ring size: K

£1,200-1,800 57 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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58 A tourmaline set line bracelet claw set with thirty oval cut pink tourmalines, to a lobster clasp stamped 375

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Length: 18cm

£300-500

63 59 A jade set bracelet composed of seven marquise jade set links, the concealed clasp with pierced Chinese characters, marked to tongue MS, 10k, with safety chain

A ‘Happy Diamonds’ heart shaped pendant necklace, Chopard the heart shaped pendant with the word ‘Love’ set in round brilliant cut diamonds, the small heart shaped glazed panel with loose collet set diamond, signed Chopard, numbered 3126369 79/2899-20, to a box link chain also signed Chopard, with lobster clasp; in a Chopard box

Length: 17.5cm (approx)

Length of pendant: 30mm

£300-500

£1,800-2,500

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A ruby and diamond set floral pendant claw set with a central cluster of round cut rubies, the petals set throughout with small round cut diamonds, stamped 750; to a box link chain stamped 750

An 18ct gold and diamond set half eternity ring, Buccellati the front with pierced trellis detail set throughout with small round brilliant cut diamonds, textured bright cut detail to reverse, signed Frederico Buccellati

Width of pendant: 21mm

Ring size: M

£400-600

£500-700

61 A ruby and diamond set ring claw set with an oval cut ruby, each shoulder set with small round and square cut diamonds, to a plain shank, stamped 750 Ring size: M

£150-250

62 A sapphire and diamond set cluster ring modelled as a heart, pave set with calibre cut sapphires in a border of baguette and tapered baguette cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 750, numbered 14636

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Ring size: M

£1,500-2,000

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65 A large sapphire and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval cushion cut Madagascan unheated sapphire, in a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank, stamped 18ct Ring size: M/N, estimated sapphire weight: 8.80cts (approx.)

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An 18ct gold heat-shaped pendant, Roberto Coin from the Elefantino Collection, the textured ground of articulated design, set with a small round brilliant cut diamond, the bale collet set to the reverse with a small round cut ruby, stamped 18k Italy, to a double strand black cord necklace, lobster type clasp; in a Roberto Coin box with booklets

A pearl and diamond set bar brooch set with a central off-round pearl, in an open border set with four small old round cut diamonds, to a plain bar brooch, unmarked

Length of pendant including bale: 34mm

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£800-1,200

A single stone diamond set ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain 18ct white gold shank

Length: 60mm

£400-600

67 A diamond and pearl set pendant the cultured pearl suspending from a knife bar link, collet set with round brilliant cut diamond accents, the integral chain stamped 750

Ring size: M/N, estimated diamond weight: 1.31cts

Length of pendant: 40mm

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£250-400

A tourmaline set dress ring the cushion cut pink tourmaline in half rub over setting to a curved yellow metal shank, recessed shoulders, marked 18ct

£1,200-1,800

68 A pair of diamond set hoop earrings each of hinged design, the front half set with ten round brilliant cut diamonds, post and clip fittings, unmarked

Ring size: M/N

Estimated total diamond weight: 2.00cts

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£450-550

A pair of cased Georgian paste set buckles of rounded rectangular outline, set throughout with colourless pastes, in a fitted blue velvet box, unmarked

£300-500

69 A diamond and pearl set bracelet composed of five rows of graduated pearls (untested), with engraved bar spacers, the clasp of pierced foliate design, pave set with rose cut diamonds throughout, unmarked

Each buckle: 40mm x 32mm

£220-280

Lenght: 16cm

£1,800-2,000

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74 A collection of cultured pearl jewellery to include a single strand of cultured pearls, to a plain 9ct gold circular clasp; a single strand of graduated cultured pearls, to a bow clasp, stamped 585; a pair of cultured pearl stud earrings, and a pair of cultured pearl pendant earrings (4) £150-250 76

75 A pear shaped diamond set cluster ring collet set with a pear-shaped rose cut diamond in a border of round-brilliant cut diamonds, the shoulders similarly set, to a plain 14ct rose gold shank Ring size: N

£200-300

76 A pair of natural pearl and diamond set earrings each claw set with an old round cut diamonds, above a large natural pearl, to post and butterfly fittings; with accompanying report by Gemmological Certification Services, dated 04.03.19, numbered 79203-95, stating the pearls are of natural saltwater origin

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Overall length of earrings: 17mm

£4,000-6,000

77 A collection of Scottish pearl jewellery to include a 9ct gold single pearl set ring, a bar brooch with a single bouton pearl, unmarked; a bar brooch set with five graduated pearls, unmarked (3) Ring size: M This lot has been granted a license from The Scottish Government, Rural Directorate, Landscapes and Habitats Division, and it contains fresh water pearls legally taken from the wild prior to 27 March 1991.

£300-500

78 A Scottish pearl tie pin set with a single Scottish pearl to a plain pin fitting, in a box tooled leather box for Hamilton & Inches… Edinburgh Diameter of pearl: 5.31mm This lot has been granted a license from The Scottish Government, Rural Directorate, Landscapes and Habitats Division, and it contains fresh water pearls legally taken from the wild prior to 27 March 1991.

£80-120

79 A pair of baroque pearl cufflinks each terminal of flower head design, the pearls of a silvery grey colour, marked K14, chain links Principal terminal: 15mm

£150-200

80 A pair of pearl and diamond set cluster earrings each set with a pearl in a single border of collet set eight-cut and old round cut diamonds, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked Overall diameter of earrings: 12mm

£400-600

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81 A natural pearl and diamond set ring the oriental natural bouton pearl centrally set within a curved millegrain set border with old mine cut diamonds, pierced decoration and chased shoulders, stamped platinum; with accompanying Gemmological Certification Services report, dated 08-07-15, numbered 5775-2490, stating that the pearl is of natural saltwater variety showing no indication of treatment Ring size: H/I

£1,000-1,200

82 A pair of amethyst and peridot pendant earrings each set with a triangular amethyst cabochon in a stylised surround, above a small round cut peridot, to hook and clip fittings, stamped 14k Length (Inc. hook): 32mm

£150-250 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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A diamond set cluster ring millegrain set with an old round cut diamond, in a border of old round cut diamonds, to a plain unmarked white metal shank

A pair of yellow and colourless diamond set pendant earrings each claw set with a pear shaped yellow diamond in a border of small round-brilliant cut diamonds, suspending a larger pear shaped drop set with round-brilliant cut diamonds, and a central drop of seven round cut diamonds, the whole suspending three pear shaped yellow diamond drops, modelled in 18ct gold to post and butterfly fittings

Ring size: M/N, estimated principal diamond weight: 0.50cts

£500-600

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Length of earrings: 60mm

A diamond set half eternity ring channel set with three round brilliant cut diamonds, flanked to either side with a gypsy set marquise cut diamond

£800-1,200

Ring size: P

£250-400

A Scottish pearl set cluster ring claw set with a central bouton pearl in a border of smaller pearls, to a plain shank, stamped 9c

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Ring size: M

An Art Deco jade and diamond set ring claw set with an oval jade cabochon, each shoulder collet set with two graduated baguette cut diamonds and three further round cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank, unmarked; with accompanying Gemmological Certification Services report, dated 29.04.19, numbered79207-93, stating that the jade cabochon is natural jadeite jade, showing no indications of impregnation

This lot has been granted a license from The Scottish Government, Rural Directorate, Landscapes and Habitats Division, and it contains fresh water pearls legally taken from the wild prior to 27 March 1991.

Ring size: L

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£400-600

89 A single stone diamond ring, Rox claw set with an emerald-cut diamond, to a plain platinum shank Ring size: G/H, estimated diamond weight: 0.65cts

£1,500-2,500

£700-1,000

86 A gentleman’s agate set signet ring collet set with an oval carved green bloodstone, with engraved detail to gallery and scrolling shoulders Ring size: M/N

£220-300

90 A pair of spinel and diamond set earrings of graduated articulated drop form, the alternating old mixed cut diamonds and oval spinels millegrain set in an open conforming frame, unmarked, to post and butterfly fittings Overall length: 31mm

£1,800-2,000

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91 A Victorian garnet set suite comprising necklace, brooch and a pair of pendant earrings, the necklace with graduated floral clusters suspending seven foliate clusters, with concealed clasp; the brooch of star design in an oval surround, centrally set with an oval garnet cabochon with pendant and brooch fittings, the earrings each set with an oval trefoil, to post and butterfly fittings, all set to an unmarked yellow metal, presented in a fitted box, retailed by Collector’s Curio Corner… Piccadilly W1 Length of necklace: 41.5cm

£1,000-1,500

Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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92 A gentleman’s 18ct gold diamond set band claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond to a plain wide shank Ring size: O/P, estimated diamond weight: 0.50cts

£400-600

98

93 A pink tourmaline set bar brooch claw set with an oval cut pink tourmaline, flanked to either side by two millegrain set diamonds, bar brooch stamped 14ct Width: 62mm

£200-300

94 A kunzite and diamond set pendant set in a heart shaped mount with a pear cut kunzite, suspending a marquise cut diamond drop, to a trace link chain stamped 750; together with a pendant cross, the body with inlaid ceramic and a small round brilliant cut diamond, stamped ASPIAL WG750, to a trace link chain, stamped 925 (2) Length of pendants: 32mm & 22mm

£200-300

95 A diamond set necklace composed of open scrolling links, collet set with eight round brilliant cut diamonds, to a barrel clasp and safety clip, stamped 14k Length: 43cm, estimated total diamond weight: 1.60cts

£600-800

96 A diamond set half-eternity ring channel set with a row of alternating baguette and princess cut diamonds, to a plain platinum band

97 An 18k gold, pink sapphire and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a rectangular cushion cut pink sapphire in a double border of small round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, marked inside shank for London, 2018; with accompanying report by The Gem & Pearl Laboratory, dated 23 November 2018, numbered 16562, stating that the sapphire is 2.03cts, Sri Lankan origin, with no indications of heat treatment Ring size: L/M, principal sapphire weight: 2.03cts

£2,500-3,500

98 An 18k gold ruby and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a rectangular cushion cut ruby, in a double border of small round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, marked inside shank with London hallmarks for 2018; with accompanying report by The Gem & Pearl Laboratory, dated 28 September 2018, numbered 16286, stating that the ruby is 2.14cts, East African origin, with no indications of heat treatment Ring size: L/M, principal ruby weight: 2.14cts

£2,000-3,000

99 A diamond set half eternity ring set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold band Ring size: O, estimated total diamond weight: 1.40cts

£400-600

Ring size: K/L

£250-400

100 An opal and pearl set bar brooch claw set with an oval opal cabochon, the bar brooch set with six seed pearls, unmarked, in a fitted box for Wilson & Sharp… Edinburgh Length: 63mm

£150-250


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101 An opal and diamond set line bracelet claw set with fifteen oval cabochon opals interspersed with fifteen round brilliant cut diamonds each to a ‘X’ shaped link, with box and tongue clasp and safety catch, stamped ‘18’ Length: 17.5cm

£600-800

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109

An opal and diamond set pendant necklace claw set with an oval opal in a surround of old-round cut diamonds, to an integral trace link chain Pendant width: 19mm

£800-1,200

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103

A suite of aquamarine jewellery to include a bracelet, pendant and earrings, each set with a squared cushion cut or oval cut aquamarine, with geometric detail throughout (3)

A opal and diamond set pendant claw set with an oval opal cabochon, in a single border of small old round cut diamonds, the bale similarly set, unmarked

Length of pendant: 40mm

£300-500

Length (inc. bale): 40mm

£1,200-1,800

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104

An 18ct white gold diamond set necklace millegrain set with nine round brilliant cut diamonds to a trace link chain

An opal and diamond set ring claw set with two oval opal cabochons and four old round cut diamonds, scrolling detail to gallery, to a plain shank

Length: 46cm, estimated principal diamond weight: 0.50cts

Ring size: N/O

107

£250-400

A diamond set pendant composed of a single row of eleven graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, to a trace link chain, stamped 750

£700-1,000

Length of pendant: 40mm, estimated total diamond weight: 1.50cts

£250-400

108 An aquamarine and diamond set cocktail ring claw set with a square emerald-cut aquamarine, each shoulder set with seven eight-cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 18ct Ring size: M

£500-700

109 An early 20th century sapphire and diamond set bar brooch the central oval plaque channel set with three fancy cut sapphires, in a border of rose cut diamonds, the shoulders similarly set with eight cut diamonds, unmarked Width: 76mm 103

£500-700 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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114 An 18ct white gold and citrine set line bracelet collet set with alternating round and square cut citrines, to a fold over clasp Length: 18cm

£200-300

115 A large Scottish pearl set bar brooch claw set with a large Scottish pearl, stamped 9ct Length of brooch: 67mm This lot has been granted a license from The Scottish Government, Rural Directorate, Landscapes and Habitats Division, and it contains fresh water pearls legally taken from the wild prior to 27 March 1991.

£400-600

116 111

110 A single stone diamond set ring claw set with a round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain platinum shank

A pair of cat’s-eye chrysoberyl and diamond cluster earrings each set with a cat’s-eye chrysoberyl cabochon in a single border of old round and cushion cut diamonds, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked Overall diameter: 12mm

£600-800

Ring size: N, estimated diamond weight: 0.20cts

117

£200-300

111 A pair of Tanzanite and chalcedony drop earrings each claw set with an central Tanzanite cabochon in a pierced border set with two round cut diamonds, suspending a cluster of graduated round brilliant cut sapphires and diamonds, and a chalcedony drop, to post abd butterfly fittings

A ruby and diamond set ring rub over set with an oval mixed cut ruby between two round brilliant cut diamonds to a plain tapering shank, stamped ‘18k’; together with a rub over set oval mixed cut ruby pendant and a pair of rub over set ruby and diamond earrings (3) Ring size: N

£600-800

Overall length: 62mm

£800-1,200

118

112

A ruby and diamond set ring claw set with three oval cushion cut rubies between pairs of eight-cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold shank

A three stone diamond set ring claw set with three old round cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank stamped 18CT PLAT

Ring size: N

£300-500

Ring size: M

119

£250-400

113 A polished heart shaped rock-crystal pendant of plain design, suspended from a simple bale (coronet mount missing), to a plain associated white metal chain; in a fitted box for Wilson & Sharp… Edinburgh

A 9ct gold and garnet set brooch modelled as a stylised spray, set with five graduated round cut garnets, to a pin fitting; together with an old-round cut diamond cluster tie-pin, unmarked (2) Length of brooch: 60mm

£150-250

Heart: 44mm (W) x 47mm (L)

£250-350

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120 A ruby set cluster ring collet set with an old round cut diamond, in a border of four round cut rubies, two old round cut diamonds and two trilliant cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold shank Ring size: Q, estimated principal diamond weight: 1.21cts

£1,800-2,500 121

121 A Tanzanite and ruby set ring collet set with a cushion cut Tanzanite in a border of channel set step-cut rubies, to a plain yellow metal shank, stamped 18K Ring size: O, estimated Tanzanite weight: 3.50cts

£700-1,000

122 A Tanzanite, ruby and pearl set necklace collet set with a cushion cut Tanzanite in a border of channel set step-cut rubies, to an integral row of cultured pearls, yellow metal ball clasp with screw fitting, unmarked Length: 44cm, estimated Tanzanite weight: 13.80cts

£1,500-2,500

123 A ruby and diamond set spray brooch modelled as a ribbon tied spray of flowers, set throughout with old round and eight-cut diamonds, and three round cut rubies, unmarked Length: 47mm

£500-700

126 An aquamarine and diamond dress ring claw set with an emerald cut aquamarine, flanked by three round brilliant diamonds, to a tapering openwork shank, stamped ‘plat’ inside shank; together with a pair of emerald cut aquamarine ear clips (2) Ring size: M/N, estimated principal aquamarine weight: 4.94cts

£1,200-1,800

127 A mid-century diamond set brooch modelled as a stylised shell with pierced detail, rose cut diamond set detail throughout, unmarked Width: 42mm

£400-600

128 A pair of French rope twist cufflinks of triangular hinged design with rope-twist detail, French eagles head mark to clasp £400-600

124 A Victorian style three stone sapphire set ring claw set with three graduated cushion cut sapphires with eight-cut diamond accents, scrolling gallery to a 9ct gold shank Ring size: K/L

£150-220

125 A sapphire set long chain the trace link chain collet set at intervals with small round cut sapphires, to a lobster type clasp

126

Length: 100cm

£900-1,200 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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131 A ruby and diamond set half-eternity ring claw set with three round brilliant cut diamonds, and four round cut rubies, to a plain 18ct gold shank Ring size: O

£400-600

132 A ruby and diamond set cocktail ring collet set with a baguette cut diamond and eight channel set rubies, in a border of graduated round cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank, indistinctly marked 129

Ring size: Q

£300-500

133

130

A Burmese ruby and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a ruby cabochon, in a border of marquise cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank, with accompanying Gemmological Certification Services report, dated 23.1.19, numbered 79196-89, stating that the ruby is of natural Burmese origin and no evidence of heat treatment was observed Ring size: M, ruby weight: 7.26cts, estimated total diamond weight: 0.42cts

£4,000-6,000

134 A pair of French rope twist cufflinks of triangular hinged design, with rope twist detail, French eagle’s head mark to clasp, indistinct makers mark £300-500

135 133

A pair of diamond set cufflinks the principal terminal of circular form, pierced floral detail millegrain set with a small round cut diamond, the secondary terminal of lozenge form with similar pierced detail, to belcher links, unmarked Diameter of principal terminal: 15mm

£400-600

136 137

129 A mid-20th century ruby and diamond set clip of stylised scrolling design, set with old round and eight-cut diamond detail, also set with six circular ruby beads with applied eight cut diamond detail, apparently unmarked

A rope-twist neck chain composed yellow metal rope twist links with a small white metal box link chain detail, stamped 18k Length: 60cm

£600-800

Length: 41mm

137

£400-600

A ruby and diamond set ring claw set with a cushion cut ruby, each shoulder set with a tapered baguette diamond to a plain unmarked white metal shank with accompanying Gemmological Certification Services report, dated 22.10.18, numbered 79181-42, stating that the ruby is natural Mozambique origin and no evidence of heat treatment was observed

130 A multi-gem set ring, Mauboussin from the “Dream and Love” collection, diamond claw set with two triangular amethysts in a border of yellow sapphires, the bifurcated shoulders pavé set with further round cut amethysts, the shank stamped 750 MAUBOUSSIN G9393 Ring size: M

£800-1,200

Ring size: O/P, ruby weight: 1.16cts

£1,600-1,800


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138 A citrine set cocktail ring channel set with a square step-cut citrine and two hemispherical fancy cut citrines, to a bold unmarked yellow metal mount; together with a pair of fancy square cut citrine set studs, to post and butterfly fittings, stamped 750 (2) Ring size: L

£400-600

139 148

A diamond set eternity ring claw set with a continuous row of small round brilliant cut diamonds, engraved details to sides, unmarked Ring size: N

£200-300

140 A pair of gentleman’s sapphire set cufflinks each principal terminal of elongated octagonal outline, set with a small round cut sapphire, secondary torpedo terminals, unmarked Principal terminals: 21mm x 15mm

145

£100-150

141 A sapphire set heart shaped pendant, Le Gi set throughout with rough cut beads, to a plain yellow metal mount stamped Le Gi/ 750 Length including bale: 40mm

149

A 9ct gold pearl necklace modelled as a vine, the scrolling foliage with textured detail, suspending various bunches of pearl set ‘grapes’, to an integral trace link chain Overall length: 42cm

£150-250

146

£300-500

142 A collection of stick-pins to include one set with an Essex crystal cabochon depicting a race horse and jockey; another set with seed pearls in a horse shoe and riding crop motif; another set with a single pearl, all unmarked (3) £350-500

143 A collection of stick-pins including a calibre cut sapphire and seed pearl set stick pin, a citrine set stick pin; a cameo set stick pin and another with textured knot detail, all unmarked (4)

A cultured pearl necklace composed of a single strand of cultured pearls, the clasp set with a cluster of half pearls, stamped 9ct Length: 55cm

£200-300

147 A pearl and diamond set brooch the central domed section claw set with five graduated pearls, accented by small eight-cut diamonds, set to a yellow metal bar brooch stamped 9CT Width of central section: 30mm, overall width: 55mm

£600-800

£350-450

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144

A 1960s diamond set brooch, Mellerio modelled as a rose in bloom, the textured petals set with small eight-cut diamond detail, small round brilliant cut diamond set dew-drop, signed ‘Mellerio Paris 25?7 Br’

A pair of ruby and diamond set earrings each of domed design, set at intervals with small eight-cut diamonds and round cut rubies, stamped 14kt PAT 2423905 Diameter: 27mm

Length: 50mm

£1,000-1,500

£600-800

149 A multi-gem set giardenetto brooch, Chantecler modelled as a basket of flowers, the basket set throughout with graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, the flowers set throughout with round cut diamonds, sapphires and rubies, marquise cut emerald detail, stamped to reverse CHANTECLER CAPRI, in a fitted box Length: 29mm

£1,500-2,000 144 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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150 A multi-gem set novelty brooch modelled as a cat, the textured ground set with two marquise cut emeralds, a ruby cabochon and small eight cut diamonds, the bow motif suspending two box link pendants with ball terminals, stamped 750 Overall length: 50mm

£700-1,000

151 A sapphire and diamond set cocktail ring of broad curving design with ribbed detail, pavé set throughout with graduated round-brilliant cut diamonds, collet set with two sapphire cabochons, stamped 750 Ring size: M/N

£400-600 150

152 An enamel set cocktail ring of domed design, with black and white striped enamel detail, stamped 18k Ring size: K

£600-800

153 A pair of 1980s pearl and diamond set earrings each of bold tapering design, collet set with a mabé pearl and round-brilliant cut diamond detail, in a rope-twist border, to post and clip fittings, stamped 750 Length: 29mm 152

£500-700

154 A rose quartz bead necklace the fancy link chain set at intervals with nine rose quartz beads, unmarked Length: 66cm

£260-400

155 A contemporary sculptural brooch depicting Roman and Visigoth cavalry soldiers in battle, to a tapered hardwood base, stamped 750 to reverse 155

Width: 75mm

£400-600

156 A garnet set ‘Elements’ bracelet, Gurhan collet set with six mixed cut garnets, to a fold over clasp, stamped Gurhan, BT950 0,990, with suede pochette Length: 18cm

£800-1,200

157 An aquamarine and sapphire set necklace the trace link chain collet set at intervals with oval cut sapphires and pear-shaped aquamarines, suspending five similarly set graduated drops, to a plain clasp, stamped 14k 156

Overall length of necklace: 40cm, length of longest drop: 55mm

£600-800


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165

162 A 19th century multi-gem set ring unmarked, the broad band with textured ground and raised cubes with individual set gem stones including; amethyst, turquoise, moonstone, malachite, emerald, and others Ring size: N/O

£600-800

163

162

A tourmaline and diamond set pendant collet set with an oval cut pink tourmaline cabochon and two round brilliant cut diamonds, in a border of small round brilliant cut diamonds, to a detachable diamond set bale, indistinctly marked Length: 34mm

158 A ruby and seed pearl set necklace composed of three strands of seed pearls, set at intervals with a polished ruby pebble, suspending a seed pearl tassel pendant Overall length: 54cm

£240-400

159 A ruby and diamond set brooch modelled as a fan, with pierced detail set with small round cut rubies and diamonds, unmarked; together with a yellow metal brooch modelled as a foliate spray, stamped 750 (2) Width of brooches: 31mm & 42mm

£250-400

160 A ruby bead necklace comprised of twenty-four polished ruby beads of graduated sizes between faceted and bright cut yellow metal beads to a ‘T’-bar and ring clasp

£300-500

164 An amber bead necklace composed of graduated amber beads, to a concealed screw clasp Overall length: 77cm

£400-600

165 An emerald set necklace the square cut emerald corner claw set to an integral trace link chain Estimated emerald weight: 5.20cts

£1,800-2,000

166 A topaz and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a pear-shaped blue topaz, in a double border of small eight-cut diamonds, the shoulders similarly set, shank stamped 14K Ring size: M

£700-1,000

Length: 41cm

£1,500-2,500

161 An Edwardian amethyst, pearl and enamel set pendant of open scrolling design, the white enamel border enclosing seed pearl set detail and an oval cut amethyst, unmarked; to a trace link chain Length of pendant: 40mm

£150-250 166 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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175

167

173

An Art Deco emerald and diamond set ring claw set with a square cut emerald in a border of pavé set round cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped PLAT 18CT

A zircon and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a round cut blue zircon, in a border of old round cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank stamped 9CT

Ring size: Q

Ring size: K/L, estimated total zircon weight: 2.71cts

£150-250

£400-600

168

174

A pair of amethyst set drop earrings each set with a mixed pear-shaped amethyst, to a plain 18ct gold hook fitting

A scarab beetle bracelet composed of seven graduated glazed ceramic scarab beetles with hieroglyphs to reverse, to floral links and a simple clasp, unmarked

Length: 42mm

Length: 18cm (approx.)

£100-150

£200-300

169

175

A pair of Tanzanite and diamond pendant earrings each claw set with an oval Tanzanite cabochon, suspending a larger pear-shaped Tanzanite cabochon and small collet set round brilliant cut diamond, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked

An emerald and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval cut emerald in a border of round brilliant cut diamonds, the shoulders each set with one round brilliant cut diamond, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 18CT

Length: 28mm

Ring size: M, estimated total gem weight: emerald, 1.50cts, diamonds, 1.04cts

£300-500

£1,000-1,500

170

176

A group of Indian jewellery to include; two small seed pearl necklaces, each with a small enamel and pearl drop; two ruby, enamel and diamond drop earrings, the stones foil backed; a small pearl drop pendant; and another (qty)

An emerald and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval emerald cabochon, in a single border of sixteen small round cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct gold shank

£250-350

£300-400

171Y

177

A group of three miniatures the first of a young girl signed and dated Ham 1769, in a bracelet clasp, oval; another similar period of a gentleman in brown coat; an unframed miniature of a young gentleman, on ivory (3)

An Indian bracelet and pair of pendant earrings the bracelet circa 1880, engraved script, bar links with chased terminals later clip fittings; a pair of 19th century pendant earrings, chased mask motifs, with bead drops (2)

First: 34mm x 27mm

Length of bracelet: 15.5cm

£300-500

£500-700

172

178

A Roman coin set revival ring the coin possibly a Roman Empire half centenionalis, set in yellow metal rub over setting in Roman style, ball detail to the shoulder, simple reeded shank, unmarked

An emerald and diamond set ring claw set with a row of seven round cut emeralds, between two rows of small round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain 18ct white gold shank

Ring size: I

£400-600

£200-300

Ring size: M, estimated total gem weights: emerald 4.44cts, diamonds 0.80cts

Ring size: M/N


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183

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An emerald and diamond triple cluster ring comprised of three mixed oval cut emeralds millegrain set and surrounded by twenty round brilliant cut diamonds, to 18ct yellow gold the shank

An Iranian gold and niello decorated Esther Scroll holder with scroll apparently unmarked, octagonal, engraved with river landscape scenes, the domed top with coral finial, baluster handle, containing Esther Scroll with matching thumb piece, probably Baghdad, late 19th early 20th century, with presentation inscription, at the beginning of the scroll, in Hebrew in honour of the young man Dahud Moshe Sassoon Chaiak

Ring size: N

£600-800

180

Overall length: 16.5cm

A ‘B Zero’ ring, Bulgari the coiled sprung band, engraved ‘BVLGARI’ to the outside band, signed ‘BVLGARI’, stamped 750

£5,000-8,000

Ring size: S/T

Two Iranian gold Judaica scroll holders apparently unmarked, two plain cylindrical amulet cases with pull off domed covers, each with scroll in Hebrew, probably Iraq, late 19th early 20th century, with long chain of lozenge form, pierced detail (2)

£300-500

181 A ‘B Zero’ ring, Bulgari the coiled sprung band, engraved ‘BVLGARI’ to the outside band, signed ‘Bvlgari’, stamped 750

183

Lengths: 75mm and 43mm

£2,000-2,500

Ring size: T

£300-500 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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184 A pair of Tanzanite, sapphire and diamond set pendant earrings each claw set with an oval cut Tanzanite cabochon, in a border pave set with small round brilliant cut diamonds and sapphires, suspended from a similar pave set circular cluster, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked

188

Length: 31mm

£2,000-3,000

185 An emerald and diamond set brooch of stylised design, composed of two intersecting sets of two old and cushion cut diamond rows and a central row of square cut emerald rows, in a closed back setting, unmarked

189 A Victorian mourning ring the 9ct gold band inlaid with braided hair, with an oval black enamel boss with seed pearl detail, with engraved initial panels reading ‘RE GA RD’; together with a 9ct gold amethyst and seed pearl set ring (2) Ring sizes: Q & N

£250-400

Width: 32mm

£1,000-1,500

190

A three stone diamond ring claw set with three graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank, stamped 18ct

A Victorian gem set snake necklace the head set with four oval and cushion cut foil backed amethysts, the eyes modelled with two green gems, and engraved detail, suspending a heart shaped pendant with glazed panel, to a graduated fancy link chain, unmarked

Ring size: L/M

Overall length: 37cm

£300-500

£600-800

187

191

A pair of 9ct gold enamel cufflinks, Order of St Michael & St George the principal terminals with enamelled badge of the order, with belcher links and torpedo secondary terminals

A late 18th century mourning ring, Clan McFarlane the oval glazed panel with latticed hair and applied initials ‘GD’, engraved to reverse ‘Geo. Drummond Ob: 6 March 1789 Et 31’, to a plain shank

Diameter of principal terminals: 14mm

Ring size: M, glazed panel: 31mm x 20mm

£250-400

Note: George Drummond, 3rd Earl Stanmore, B. 1758, D. 6th March 1789.

186

£300-500

188 A pair of diamond set earrings the shaped rectangular openwork panels millegrain set with old mine cut diamonds, to post and butterfly fittings Length: 18mm

£1,000-1,500

192 An 18ct Victorian hinged mourning ring modelled as a plain band, with two hinged panels opening to reveal a channel of braided hair and the initials M A L M, one hinged panel engraved ‘29 Feb E A M 1888’, engraved to inside of the band ‘Good Friday Evening 3rd April 1885 Ring size: M

£400-600


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199

193

199

A pair of gentleman’s cufflinks, Tiffany & Co. each oval terminal with scrolling border, signed ‘Tiffany & Co’

A Victorian pearl set bangle of hinged design, the front half with beaded and wirework detail throughout, set with small pearls, the back of plainer design in a beaded border, unmarked, in a fitted box for Cowland Bros… 48 Cornhill

Terminals: 21 x 18mm

£1,000-1,500

Internal width: 55mm

194

£400-600

A large amethyst set brooch collet set with a large oval mixed cut amethyst, in a beaded border with textured detail, unmarked

200

Width: 53mm

£300-500

A pearl and diamond set brooch formed as a stylised three-leaf clover set throughout with small graduated old round cut diamonds and a small pearl to each leaf (untested), in a fitted box for Edwards & Sons… Glasgow

195

Width: 29mm

A pair of Art Nouveau diamond and enamel cufflinks each principal terminal with cast foliate detail and green enamel ground, small old round cut diamond detail, belcher links, secondary terminal with scrolling detail, stamped 18

£250-400

Principal terminal: 20mm x 10mm

£300-500

196 A pair of enamel heart shaped cufflinks the principal terminal modelled as a heart, claw set with a central cushion cut diamond in a border of white and green enamel detail, belcher link chains to an oblong secondary terminal; together with a pair of blue enamelled cufflinks, stamped SILVER (2)

201 A 19th century Russian shell cameo and diamond set brooch Eduard Schramm, St Petersburg 1890s, the shell cameo carved with Diana the Moon goddess, within an asymmetric gold scrolling leaf border, set with a cushion cut diamond at the bottom and with a diamond set coronet above, all in a fitted Russian jeweller’s box Height: 58mm Schramm, a German by birth who moved to St Petersburg and supplied Faberge and Bolin for many years

£4,000-6,000

Length of heart shaped terminal: 11mm

£250-400

197 A citrine set bracelet composed of five graduated emerald-cut citrine set links, four pierced scrolling links and a box clasp, stamped 14A Length of bracelet: 18.5cm

£250-350

198 A citrine necklace the trace link chain collet set with five oval cut citrines, suspending three graduated drops collet set with pear cut citrines Length: 47cm

£250-400 201 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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207 An early 20th Century topaz and diamond set pendant the pear-shaped drop set throughout with rose cut diamonds and a central small old round cut diamond, suspending a pear shaped orange topaz drop, to an integral trace link chain, unmarked Length of pendant: 45mm

£250-400

208

202

A sapphire ring tension set with a cushion cut sapphire, within a matted and polished white metal shank, stamped ‘18K WG’ Ring size: N, estimated sapphire weight: 1.85cts

£600-800

209 203 211

202

Two pairs of gentleman’s cufflinks the first composed of oval terminals set with circular turquoise cabochons, stamped 18ct to reverse; the second pair with collet set tigers eye terminals, mounted in 9ct gold (2)

A mid-20th century sapphire and diamond set dress ring modelled as a stylised flower, the central dome pave set with graduated round cut sapphires, in a border of round brilliant cut diamonds and textured leaf detail, unmarked

Length of terminals: 17mm & 15mm

Ring size: M

A pair of gentleman’s cufflinks, Mellerio each circular terminal with engine turned detail, signed ‘Mellerio Paris 559M’

£600-800

203 A Georgian emerald and diamond set ring set to the centre with a square cut emerald in a border of small round cut diamonds, the floral shoulders set with diamond chips, the shank with cast foliate detail, unmarked Ring size: K/L

£400-600

£250-400

210

Diameter of terminals: 14mm

£600-800

211 An aquamarine and diamond set cocktail ring claw set with a round cut aquamarine, flanked to either side with three round brilliant cut diamonds, split shoulders to a plain unmarked white metal shank Ring size: P/Q

204

£1,500-1,600

A Georgian diamond cluster ring closed-set throughout with cleaved and rose-cut diamonds, the reverse pierced with scrolling foliage, to foliate shoulders, circa 1820, later stamped ‘K18’

212

Ring size L/M

£600-800

205 A gentleman’s 18ct gold diamond set ring claw set with an old cushion cut diamond, to a plain shank Ring size: T/U, estimated principal diamond weight: 1.04cts

£500-700

A sapphire and diamond set twist ring claw set with an old cushion cut diamond and a cushion cut sapphire, the shoulders each set with four old round cut diamonds and an eight-cut, to a plain yellow metal shank Ring size: P/Q, estimated gem weights: diamond 0.86cts, sapphire 0.92cts

£1,000-1,500

213 A diamond and pearl set ring claw set with an old round cut diamond and a single pearl, the shoulders each set with eight-cut and old round cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank Ring size: P/Q, estimated diamond weight: 1.02cts

206

£1,200-1,800

A diamond set ring gypsy set with round cut diamonds, to a plain white metal shank stamped 750

214

Ring size: N/O

£250-400

A pair of gentleman’s diamond set cuff links each oval terminal set with a diagonal row of rose cut diamonds, the swivelling links stamped RDG 14856 750 Length of terminal: 17mm

£250-400


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215 An emerald and diamond set cluster ring claw set with an oval emerald, in a border of small round brilliant cut diamonds, to a plain shank stamped 18k 750 Ring size: U

£150-180

216 A diamond and emerald cluster ring claw set with an old-pear shaped diamond, in a radiating border of ten baguette cut emeralds, to a plain 18ct gold shank Ring size: R/S

216

£1,500-2,500

217 A gentleman’s enamelled lighter, DuPont retailed by Hermès, Paris of rectangular outline, burgundy enamel detail with Japanese characters 45mm x 32mm

£80-120

218 An 18ct gold multi-gem set leopard brooch, Kutchinsky modelled in a stalking stance, the spots set throughout with blue enamel detail, emerald cabochon set eyes, pavé set diamond whiskers with articulated tongue, signed ‘Kutchinsky’ to reverse Length: 80mm

£1,500-2,500

219 An 18ct multi-gem set novelty brooch, Kutchinsky modelled as a standing rabbit, the body set with an oval onyx cabochon, rope twist neck chain, gem set eyes and nose, textured detail throughout, signed ‘Kutchinsky’ to the foot Length: 45mm

£800-1,200

220 A pair of emerald and diamond set pendant earrings millegrain set with an oval emerald cabochon above a half crescent set with round cut diamonds, the bale of rectangular form millegrain set with a row of old round cut diamonds, to post and hook fittings stamped 750

218

Length of pendant: 31mm, estimated total emerald weight: 9.54cts

£1,200-1,500

221 A ruby and diamond set tie pin claw set with an oval cut ruby in a border of small old-round cut diamonds, to a detachable pin fitting; together with a 9ct gold garnet cluster pendant, to a trace link chain (2) £250-400

222 A ruby and diamond set necklace claw set with a cluster of five oval cut rubies, scattered throughout with seven small round brilliant cut diamonds, stamped to reverse K18, the integral chain stamped 750 Length: 40.5cm

219

£300-400 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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227 An Essex crystal brooch collet set with an circular essex crystal cabochon depicting a small black terrier, to a plain bar brooch stamped 15ct Overall length: 44mm 223

£300-500

228 A three stone diamond set ring claw set with three graduated round cut diamonds, plain unmarked white metal shank Ring size: M/N

£250-350

229 Two cultured pearl necklaces to include a single strand of graduated cultured pearls, simple 14ct gold box clasp; the other composed of uniform pearls, slightly baroque, yellow metal hook clasp (2) Lengths: 54cm and 44cm

£180-250 230

223

230

A diamond set pendant and chain the pendant of heart outline, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, to a fancy curb link chain, unmarked

A pair of diamond set earrings each modelled as a flower, pavé set throughout with round brilliant cut diamonds, to post and butterfly fittings

Length of pendant: 21mm

Width: 14mm

£600-800

£1,800-2,000

224

231

A sapphire and diamond set necklace the central tapered motif set with graduated marquise cut sapphires and pairs of small round brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 375 9ct; to an integral flattened link chain

A modern multi-gem set necklace the pave set diamond panel suspending four graduated belcher link drops, set with various briolette cut peridot, amethyst, garnet etc. and grey pearls, stamped WG 750, to a thin snake link chain stamped 750 ITALY

Overall length: 42cm

Length of pendant: 80mm

£150-250

£200-300

225

232

A pair of mabé pearl earrings each set with a large mabé pearl in a stylised border, to post and clip fittings, stamped 585

A diamond set pendant collet set with a round brilliant cut diamond, to an 18ct white gold trace link chain

Diameter: 24mm

Length: 46cm, estimated diamond weight: 1.24cts

£150-250

£1,000-1,500

226

233

A 9ct gold and pearl set brooch and earrings the brooch of circular design, collet set with a single bouton pearl in the centre of a stylised border with rope-twist detail, together with a pair of matching earrings, to post and butterfly fittings (2)

A suite of fancy orange sapphire and diamond set jewellery comprising a ring, pendant and a pair of earrings, each claw set with a modified cushion cut or an oval mixed cut sapphire within a cluster of round brilliant diamonds, stamped 14K (3)

Diameter of brooch: 37mm

Ring size: N

£200-300

£1,200-1,800


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240

An opal and hardstone set necklace composed of lozenge shaped links with pierced scrolling detail, collet set at intervals with oval opal cabochons and facetted green beads Length: 110cm

A matched suite of ‘Coin’ set jewellery, attributed to Esther Eyre including a bracelet and clip earrings, each composed of gilt metal coins, and a matched pair of brooches, each set with a central gilt metal coin with applied garnet and cultured pearl detail (4)

£250-400

£200-300

235

241

An opal and diamond set bar brooch collet set with three oval opal cabochons, alternating with four old round cut diamonds, to a plain bar brooch, unmarked

A coral necklace, attributed to Esther Eyre the coral necklace composed of pear shaped coral beads with gilt metal shell spacers; together with a pair of shell pendant earrings, composed of gilt metal shell clusters and pendants, with cultured pearl detail, stamped 925 (2)

Length: 50mm

£250-400

Length of necklace: 41cm

236

£150-250

A five stone opal and diamond set ring claw set with a row of alternating oval opal cabochons and old round cut diamonds, to an 18ct yellow gold shank

242

Ring size: M

£400-600

A double strand cultured pearl necklace, Esther Eyre composed of two rows of baroque freshwater cultured pearls, to a plain silver hook clasp, in a branded black suede pochette Length: 50cm

237 A diamond and hardstone floral spray brooch unmarked with a gold flowerhead set rose cut diamonds to the centre, the other flowerhead with hardstone petals and further rose cut diamonds; with a small brooch and a pearl set in (3) £100-150

£250-400

243 A single strand cultured pearl necklace, Esther Eyre composed of a single strand of freshwater cultured pearls, pinkish-purple to peach tones, to a plain 9ct gold hook clasp, in a branded black suede pochette

238

Length: 47cm

A lapis lazuli set necklace, attributed to Esther Eyre the long gilt metal chain collet set with five polished lapis lazuli pebbles and a double chain tassel; together with a gilt metal brooch in the Etruscan style, stamped P&M PARIS to reverse (2)

£150-250

Length of chain: 92cm

£100-200

239 A carnelian bead necklace, attributed to Esther Eyre composed of a single row of graduated carnelian beads, with gilt metal spacers and carved floral carnelian terminals, together with a gilt metal pearl and citrine set brooch (2) Length of necklace: 154cm

£100-200

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250 A gentleman’s wedding band, Cartier with engraved inscription TJA APR13.08.2010, signed ‘Cartier’, numbered IH 3711, stamped 750 with full French control marks; together with a platinum wedding band, signed ‘Cartier’, numbered BT0057, with full French control marks, both in tooled red leather boxes for Cartier (2) Ring size: W/X, V

£300-500

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244

A ‘C de Cartier’ ring, Cartier the split band terminating with an initial ‘C’ motif, signed ‘Cartier’ numbered L56893, stamped 750; in a tooled red leather Cartier box and outer cardboard box

A pair of opal pendant earrings unmarked rose coloured metal, articulated, post fitting to a navette panel with set sapphires and small diamonds, the principal drop with large oval opal cabochon claw set within a sapphire and diamond border

Ring size: S

Overall length: 35mm

£500-700

A pair of modern 18ct and diamond earrings, Mikala Djorup each of square outline with textured finish, collet set to the centre with a small round brilliant cut diamond

245

11mm x 11mm

A diamond and garnet set brooch, Gian Luca modelled as a gondola, set throughout with old round and eight-cut diamonds and round cut garnets, double pin fitting, signed GIAN LUCA, with French marks

£150-250

Length: 58mm

£400-600

£300-500

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253 A contemporary 18ct gold and agate pendant RGH, London 1982, the reeded bale with curved leaf shaped agate in rub over setting, small leaf shaped drop with applied intaglio Overall length: 67mm

246 A pair of gentleman’s diamond and onyx set cufflinks each modelled as a rectangular onyx terminal with applied eight-cut diamond set detail, to a secondary torpedo terminal stamped 750 Length of principal terminal: 21mm

£400-600

£250-350

254 A ‘Pangolin’ ring and matching earrings, Patrick Mavros both of stylised scaled design, the earrings to post and butterfly fittings, stamped 925 and with small ant symbol to reverse of one earring (3) Ring size: L/M

247

£150-250

A pair of 18k yellow gold ‘Penelope’ cufflinks, Cartier in the form of interlaced initial ‘C’s’, signed ‘Cartier’ and numbered ‘979978’

255

Length of principal terminal: 17mm

£400-600

248 A pair of diamond set earrings each modelled as an ear, with collet set diamond stud, to post and butterfly fittings, unmarked

A pair of silver and gilt earrings, Malcolm Appleby of shaped rectangular outline, with engraved scrolling and gilt detail throughout, to post and butterfly fittings, in a Malcolm Appleby box Length: 18mm

£200-300

256

Length: 18mm, estimated total diamond weight: 0.10cts

A contemporary silver necklace, Malcolm Appleby composed of a long strand of doubled links with hammered finish, to a simple double-C form clasp, in a Malcolm Appleby box

£600-800

Length: 60cm

249 An engraved band, Cartier engraved throughout with double ‘C’ monogram, signed ‘Cartier 750 49 CI 1881

£400-600

257

Ring size: J

Astronomy and Edmond Halley interest - A gold mounted intaglio fob unmarked, simple rose gold supports to an oval carnelian intaglio carved with Halley’s head in profile with the comet behind

£200-300

Height: 35mm, oval: 25mm x 20mm

£700-900


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Modern Jewellery 258 A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of graduated curb links, with T-bar pendant and associated citrine set fob

266 A 9ct gold charm bracelet composed of fancy figure-of-eight links, suspending various charms including two half sovereigns, two gilt-metal seals, various other agate set seals and swivel fobs etc; with a 9ct gold rope-twist bracelet (2) £400-600

Length: 64cm, 77g

267

£700-1,000

A charm bracelet composed of double circular cub links, suspending various charms including a giraffe, a Viking and a harp etc., unmarked

259 A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of graduated curb links, with T-bar pendant and citrine set swivel fob

Gross weight: 28g

Length: 38cm, 50g

268

£500-700

A charm bracelet composed of fancy oval links with bright cut detail, suspending various hard stone set watch keys and a swivel fob, unmarked; together with a 9ct gold rope-twist bracelet (2)

260 A gentleman’s Albert composed of fancy belcher links, with T-bar pendant, stamped 10, white metal clasp

£250-400

£300-500

Length: 42cm

269

£350-500

A figaro link chain composed of flattened figaro links, to a lobster type clasp, stamped 750

261

Length: 45cm, 41.6g

A 9ct rose gold Albert of long rectangular links and T-bar

£700-900

Length: 40cm

270

£250-400

A lady’s 18ct gold signet ring of traditional design with engraved terminal

262

Ring size: G

A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of graduated oval curb links, with T-bar suspension and citrine swivel fob pendant

£200-300

Length: 43cm

£300-500

A floral gold chain composed of a single row of foliate links with bright cut detail, the hook clasp stamped 916

263

Length: 62cm, 51.5g

A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of curb links with T-bar suspension

£1,000-1,500

Length: 39cm

272

£300-400

A set of six textured bangles apparently unmarked; together with a foliate spray brooch stamped H&Co. 14 (7)

264

271

A 9ct Albert chain composed of curb links, suspending a T-bar and a 9ct medallion with enamel set crest to one side and presentation engraving to the other for R.V.F.C

Internal diameter: 60mm

Length: 38cm

£400-600

Two muff chains both composed of trace belcher links, one stamped 10ct, one indistinctly marked; together with a bi-coloured tassel pendant (3)

265

£350-500

£800-1,200

273

A 1970s bi-coloured bracelet composed of alternating yellow and white brick links in a chevron pattern, clasp stamped 9ct Length: 18cm, 37.4g

£350-500 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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A collection of gold jewellery to include two 18ct gold wedding bands and three 18ct gold gentleman’s dress studs; two 9ct gold gem set rings and three 9ct gold gentleman’s dress studs; together with an unmarked curb link bracelet with padlock clasp, various other yellow metal studs etc. (qty)

A collection of jewellery to include a 9ct gold agate set swivel fob, a pair of gentleman’s cufflinks, stamped 9ct; various fittings, a single stud and a small charm modelled as a stud, a belcher link chain with two circular clasps; a large gilt metal belcher link chain and a gilt metal pair of cufflinks, two cameo brooches and a hardstone pendant (qty)

£300-500

£400-600

275 A curb link bracelet with concealed clasp and safety clip, stamped 750; together with a circular medallion for Morando, stamped 750 (2) Length of bracelet: 20.5cm

£1,000-1,500

283 A 9ct gold cigarette case John Henry Wynn, Birmingham 1852, of rectangular form, engine turned decoration throughout, engraved initials Length: 10cm, weight 134.6g

£800-1,200

276 A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of alternating oval and circular links, with T-bar suspension Length: 36cm

Parcel Lots of Jewellery

£400-600

284

A 9ct broad curb-link bracelet scrolling chased detail to links, with padlock clasp

A collection of three rings to include Roy King, an 18ct gold broad woven mesh ring, London 1971; a three stone opal set ring, shank stamped K10K; a large citrine set cocktail ring, unmarked (3)

£300-500

Ring size: K, J/K & K

277

£400-600

278 A 9ct curb link bracelet with padlock clasp Gross weight: 25g

£200-300

285 Three gem set rings to include an 18ct white gold pave set diamond ring, a channel set sapphire ring, stamped 585; and a bi coloured diamond set band (3) Ring sizes: J/K, N & N/O

279

£300-500

A broad fancy link bracelet composed of three rows of oval links, stamped 375 to a concealed clasp

286

Length: 20cm

£250-400

A 9ct gold ruby and diamond set cluster ring claw set with a round cut ruby in a single border of eight-cut diamonds, to a plain 9ct gold shank; together with a jade and diamond set pendant, bale stamped 850, to a fancy link chain, stamped 916 (2)

280

Ring size: L

A gentleman’s 9ct gold Albert composed of curb links with T-bar pendant; together with a 9ct gold heart shaped padlock clasp and a lady’s 9ct gold box link muff chain (3)

£250-400

£350-500

A collection of gem set jewellery to include a 9ct gold opal cluster ring, a synthetic colour-change sapphire single stone ring, unmarked; a large blue gem set cluster ring and an early 20th century turquoise and seed pearl set brooch (4)

281 A collection of jewellery to include a novelty bar brooch, with an applied dog motif, stamped 9ct with safety chain; together with a gold nugget pendant with chain stamped 18K; a brooch engraved ‘Helen’, stamped 15; a gentleman’s signet ring with engraved crest and another indistinct marks to shank (5) £200-300

287

Ring sizes: M/N, M/N & N

£200-300

288 A collection of three brooches to include two 9ct gold enamelled brooches depicting a robin and a blue tit resting on a branch, and a bar brooch with applied foliate and vine detail, stamped 9ct (3) £200-300


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A collection of jewellery to include three Victorian gem set bar brooches, a diamond set tie pin, a silver Celtic style kilt-pin, stamped RA; four miscellaneous collar studs and a single 9ct gold cufflink (10)

A collection of jewellery to include a bracelet set with ten iridescent abalone cabochons, stamped 9ct; together with a pair of matching earrings; a pair of cultured pearl studs, an opal pendant to a 9ct gold trace link chain, various pairs of hardstone and gem set earrings and rings etc. (qty)

£200-300

£200-300

290 A collection of five gem set rings to include black opal set ring, unmarked; a ruby and colourless gem set cluster ring, unmarked; three further hardstone and paste set rings (5) £250-400

291 A single stone diamond ring claw set with an old cushion cut diamond, to an unmarked white metal shank; together with two three-stone diamond set rings; a 22ct gold wedding band and a white metal wedding band stamped PLAT; together with a collection of miscellaneous jewellery, to include a paste revolving locket; two gemset rings; a Celtic brooch stamped IONA; a 9ct gold wrist watch, a collection of costume jewellery and two Indian horn boxes (qty)

297 A collection of earrings to include a pair of small 9ct gold earrings modelled as a Viking ship, a pair of 9ct gold opal stud earrings; a pair of large costume pearl earrings, mounts stamped 9ct; a pair of 9ct bi-coloured gold blue topaz set earrings (4) £100-150

298

Ring size: N

A collection of four gem set brooches to include a 9ct gold turquoise and pearl set star brooch; a green hardstone set brooch in a pierced foliate border, unmarked; a citrine set brooch, stamped 15ct; a ruby and pearl set bar brooch with fringed detail, unmarked (4)

£500-800

£250-400

292

299

Three gem set rings to include a 9ct gold three stone amethyst set ring; a sapphire and diamond set ring, stamped 18ct; a single stone amethyst set ring (3)

A collection of jewellery to include a pearl set neck chain, a long pearl and turquoise set neck chain; a seed pearl set tie pin, a cultured pearl necklace, a pearl set bar brooch; a pendant, a yellow metal beaded necklace and a turquoise set bar brooch (8)

Ring sizes: M/N, O & O

£200-300

£300-500

293 A lady’s fob watch the half-hunter case with engraved and enamel detail, stamped 585, suspended from a 9ct gold bow brooch; together with two 22ct gold wedding bands (3) £300-500

294 A collection of jewellery to include a graduated cultured pearl necklace, a sapphire and diamond set cluster necklace with integral chain stamped 750; together with a moonstone and sapphire pendant and a diamond set eternity ring (4) £400-600

295

300 A collection of jewellery to include an Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co cross pendant, a pair of 18ct gold knot earrings; a silver and enamel Arts & Crafts pendant, by Charles Horner (chain broken); a chain stamped 916, a bracelet with 9ct gold padlock clasp and 9ct gold ships wheel charm; a gem set Art Nouveau pendant and various other pieces of silver and costume jewellery (qty) £200-300

301 A collection of jewellery to include a large turquoise set ring, various paste set pendants, earrings and bangles, two strands of imitation pearls, bracelets, brooches, rings etc. (qty)

An Art Nouveau necklace of textured scrolling form, set throughout with seed pearls and a pearl drop, collet set to the centre with an oval amethyst, a green enamel pansy shamrock to the bale, unmarked, to a rope twist yellow metal chain stamped 14K; together with a pair of diamond set cluster earrings, to post and butterfly fittings stamped 14K; a filigree fan shaped brooch and a mounted silver three pence coin and chain (qty)

£100-150

Length of pendant (inc. bale): 40mm

£120-180

302 A collection of jewellery to include various hardstone set brooches, a turquoise mounted ring; a malachite and cubic zirconia set ring, two strands of imitation pearls, two gem set pendants; various bangles, brooches, a wrist watch etc. (qty)

£200-300

Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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A collection of jewellery to include a Victorian banded agate and enamel set brooch, an 1897 half sovereign in a detachable bi-coloured brooch mount, stamped 9ct; an amethyst and pearl set bar brooch, an unmarked trace link chain; a single sapphire set cufflink and single matching earring, stamped 18CT &Pt; two lady’s wrist watches (8)

A collection of silver and costume jewellery to include two gilt metal bangles, various cultured and imitation pearl necklaces; various silver bracelets, a cameo brooch and matching earrings; a Victorian locket, a pair of ‘Hot Diamonds’ earrings and matching pendant; various other pendants, brooches etc (qty) £250-400

£200-300

304 A collection of jewellery to include a Victorian hinged bangle, set with foil backed purple and yellow pastes, unmarked, in a fitted box; a small emerald and seed pearl set cluster ring, with engraved detail to shank; and a set of three seed pearl and enamel four leaf clover bar brooches (5) £250-400

305 An amber bead necklace composed of a single strand of graduated amber beads, with a paste set clasp; together with a malachite bead necklace, three cultured pearl necklaces, various other pieces of costume jewellery including brooches, bracelets, necklaces etc. (qty)

311 A collection of jewellery to include a diamond set lady’s cocktail watch, to a woven link bracelet and fold over clasp; a three stone diamond set bar brooch and a floral rose cut diamond set brooch (3) £500-700

312 A collection of jewellery to include late 29th century pearl set mourning brooches, a rose cut diamond set floral bar brooch; a seed pearl, onyx and rose cut diamond set pendant necklace, a diamond set bean pendant; various other bar brooches, stick pins, rings etc (qty) £400-600

£250-350

313

306

A collection of citrine jewellery to include; a circular wire frame brooch with central round cut citrine; a pendant necklace with pearl drop to a tapering gold mount and drop of cushion cut citrine; a large Celtic style gold mounted brooch, open work frame and central citrine; a small quartz brooch and a 9ct gold Victorian fob in shape of a trumpet (qty)

A collection of gold and gem set jewellery to include a 9ct gold smoky quartz set ring, a 9ct gold gem set bar brooch; two 9ct gold bar brooches with applied bird motif, a coral bead necklace and matching earrings; two unmarked yellow metal bangles, a curb link bracelet with 9ct gold clasp, various other chains and brooches etc. (qty) £400-600

£200-300

307

314

A synthetic sapphire diamond set cocktail ring claw set with a rectangular mixed cut synthetic sapphire, the shoulders each set with three round cut diamonds, to a plain yellow metal shank stamped 9ct; together with a collection of earrings, to include a pair of 9ct floral ear studs, a pair of rope twist studs marked 750; a pair of cultured pearl stud earrings and a pair of garnet and pearl cluster ear studs (qty)

A silver jewellery box containing jewellery A J Zimmermann, Birmingham 1913, of rectangular form, engine turned and domed lid, fitted interior for rings all raised on ogee bracket feet; to include a cabochon gem set bracelet, a double strand of large baroque pearls, a pair of nephrite pendant earrings, a rhodonite ring (qty)

Ring size: N

£120-180

£250-400

308 Three gem set rings to include a five stone opal set ring, set at intervals with diamond chip detail, unmarked; a 1970s opal and diamond set ring with textured detail and a blue zircon and diamond set ring (3) Ring sizes: O, J & P

£400-600

309 A group of Victorian gold and other jewellery to include an 18ct gold ring set with three main old cut diamonds with two small diamonds between, chased shoulders; two Victorian brooches, engraved and chased decoration; a small stick pin set with a small eight cut diamond; a mid-20th century sapphire and diamond set bar brooch (5)

Box width: 13.7cm

315 A group of jewellery, Harumi Klossowski de Rola to include a necklace composed of stained orange quartz beads alternated with three black silk panels with amethyst-set flower decorations; a freshwater pearl necklace with central silk spacer; and a freshwater pearl bracelet with central flower-shaped silk panel, all mounted in silver with adjustable clasps, signed with maker’s mark (qty) Harumi Klossowski de Rola was born in 1973 as the daughter of Count Balthazar who is better known as the artist Balthus, and the highly respected Japanese painter Setsuko Ideta. Spending her early childhood in Rome, she moved with her family to the Grand Chalet in the tiny Swiss village of Rossiniere near Gstaad. In 1995, after working for Galliano in Paris, Harumi turned to jewellery design and together with her friend Charuvan Sursock-Rangsit, Princess of Thailand, has become one of the fastest rising jewellery designers in Europe.

Ring size: T/U, estimated diamond weight: 0.33cts

Their Asian-inspired earrings and necklaces were first shown in Geneva in November 1996, where they sold out. The coloured silk threads combined with gemstones gives an ethnic allure to their creations.

£400-600

£200-300


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Ladies’ Watches 316 A 1940s ruby and diamond set lady’s wrist watch of bold stylish design, the small dial with off white ground, rose gold chapter ring with Arabic numerals, unsigned, diamond set bezel with circular cut diamonds, further detail of bars and curves set diamonds and calibre cut rubies, all to a woven gold mesh bracelet, simple clasp, apparently unmarked, plain Swiss movement Dial width: 7mm, length of gem set section: 65mm

£1,500-2,500

317 A lady’s 18ct gold wrist watch, Bueche Girod circa 1970s, the oval dial with fern effect black Roman numerals, integral woven mesh link bracelet, fold over clasp Case width: 22mm, dial width: 18mm

316

£1,000-1,500

318 An 18ct white gold wrist watch, Bulgari Squelette, Ref. BB W 33 GL SK., plain bezel with BVLGARI open face with skeleton ground, open glazed back showing automatic movement, original leather strap and buckle Case diameter: 33mm, dial diameter: 25mm

£1,500-1,800

319 A lady’s stainless steel wrist watch, Cartier Roadster 2675, the shaped polished case with a metallic pink dial, Roman numerals, date aperture, satin and polished bracelet, double fold over deployant clasp, with box, booklet and two spare dress straps Case width: 30mm, dial width: 23mm

£1,200-1,800

320

317

A lady’s Vermeil Must de Cartier wrist watch Tank, rectangular case, cream dial, quartz movement, sapphire cabochon crown, leather strap Case width: 21mm, dial width: 15mm

£200-300

321 A lady’s 18ct gold wrist watch, Eterna the round gilt dial with black Roman numerals, milled bezel, to a polished and reeded linked bracelet, hidden fold over clasp Case diameter: 22mm, dial diameter: 18mm

£1,000-1,500

318 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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322 A lady’s wrist watch, Björn Weckström for Lapponia Xanadu model, the rounded rectangular dial quartered with labradorite, to a two-coloured gold integral articulated bracelet with textured finish, concealed clasp with continental 585 marks Width of dial: 8mm

£1,000-1,500

323 A lady’s stainless steel and diamond set wrist watch, Longines the circular black dial with diamond set numerals, date aperture, stainless steel bezel and fold-over strap, numbered 37619897, presented in a fabric zipped pochette Case diameter: 23mm, dial diameter: 20mm

£500-700

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A lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch, Omega circa 1973, the small round dial with baton indicators, integral mesh link bracelet, with fold over clasp, in case and booklet Case diameter: 18mm, dial diameter: 15mm

£200-300

326 A lady’s 18ct gold wrist-watch, Omega 1970s, the square champagne dial with baton indicators, integral textured block link bracelet, fold over clasp, manual movement Case width: 22mm, dial width: 17mm

£1,000-1,500

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A lady’s gold and stainless steel wrist watch, Raymond Weil Parsifal, Ref. 9530, white dial, gold Roman numerals, subsidiary date aperture, two coloured bracelet, fold over clasp, together with a unisex wrist watch, Paul Picot, stainless steel cased wrist watch, American Bridge model, curved tank shaped case, Arabic large numerals, sweep seconds hand, date aperture, automatic movement, leather strap, deployant fold over buckle (2) Case diameter: 35mm, dial diameter: 27mm

£300-500

328 Two 9ct gold cased lady’s wrist watches, Rolex early 20th century, both plain octagonal gold cases (2) Dial diameters: 20mm

£250-400

329 A diamond set cocktail watch, Vertex the circular dial with baton numerals, diamond set bezel, swiss made, 9ct white gold mesh bracelet Case diameter: 18mm, dial diameter: 13mm

£300-500

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Gentlemen’s Watches 330 A gentleman’s limited edition stainless steel cased wrist watch, Arnold & Son HMS 160feet, polished steel case, black dial, luminous indicators, subsidiary seconds dial, luminous hands, screw down crown, automatic movement, leather strap with original buckle, with presentation box, booklet, papers etc Case diameter: 42mm, dial diameter: 32mm

£1,000-1,500

331 A gentleman’s stainless-steel cased sports chronograph, Aviatex for Ford ST polished notched bezel, black dial, and register dials, bright orange rubber strap, deployant clasp, in carbon fibre effect case, and card, circa 2006

330

Case diameter: 41mm, dial diameter: 32mm

£250-400

332 A gentleman’s stainless steel wrist watch, Cartier Pasha Ref. 2412, polished bezel, silvered dial, black register dials, satin finish block link bracelet, screw off cover to crown, with presentation box, booklets, and a spare leather strap Case diameter: 37mm, dial diameter: 28mm

£1,200-1,800

333 A gentleman’s stainless steel chronograph, Georg Jensen Vice 309 chronograph, silvered dial, baton indicators, subsidiary register and seconds dial, polished and brushed finish bracelet, hidden clasp with boxes; together with a gentlemen’s wrist watch, Constantin Weisz, silvered dial, visible escapement, sweep second hand, 24 hour indicator, automatic movement, mesh link bracelet (2) Case diameter: 42mm, dial diameter: 35mm

£250-400

331

334 A group of three watches, Tag Heuer, Longines, Tissot Tag Heuer, Professional, a gentleman’s stainless steel wrist watch, blue dial, quartz movement, screw down crown, stainless steel bracelet; a lady’s stainless steel and gilt wrist watch, Conquest, white dial, date aperture, bracelet with double fold over clasp, quartz movement; Tissot, a gentleman’s stainless steel wrist watch, PR 200, off white dial, sweep second hand, date aperture, screw down crown, satin and polished bracelet, fold over deployant clasp, with extra clasp (3) Tag case diameter: 37mm, dial diameter: 26mm

£200-300

332 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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335 A gentleman’s 9ct gold wrist watch, Omega champagne dial, gilt baton indicators, sweep second hand, date aperture, leather strap with boxes and papers Case diameter: 34mm, dial diameter: 30mm

£300-500

336 A gentleman’s 18ct gold wrist watch, Omega Ref. BA 396 1016, automatic chronometer, silvered dial with date and sweep second hand, moulded bezel, heavy Omega polished link bracelet, button clasp, with a box and papers Case diameter: 35mm, dial diameter: 29mm

£3,000-5,000

337

336

A gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wrist watch, Omega off white dial, subsidiary seconds dial, plain case, movement Ref. 266, later sprung bracelet Case diameter: 34mm, dial diameter: 28mm

£300-500

338 A gentleman’s 18ct gold cased chronograph, Pana Chronograph Suisse, the plain rose gold case with silvered effect dial, gilt Arabic numerals, Tachymeter sub dials, stop start buttons, leather strap Case diameter: 37mm, dial diameter: 35mm

£350-500

339 A gold plated 1970s wrist watch, Pierre Cardin for Jaeger the smoky glass sloped and with offset Arabic numerals in black to the right, inscribed Pierre Cardin to the left, manual movement, orange suede effect broad strap Case width: 42mm

£400-600 338

340 A gentleman’s gold cased chronograph the rose-pink dial inscribed Chronograph Suisse, 17 rubis, Antimagnetique, subsidiary seconds and indicator dial, dot and Arabic numerals, leather strap, snap off back, base metal inner cover, leather strap Case diameter: 38mm, dial diameter: 33mm

£200-300

341 A gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wrist watch, Record mid-20th century, brushed silvered dial with sweep second hand, baton indicators and date aperture, leather strap; together with a gentleman’s 9ct gold cased wrist watch, Tissot, 1950s, off white dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary second’s dial, leather strap (2) Case diameter: 34mm, dial diameter: 30mm

£250-400

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342 A gentleman’s stainless steel wrist watch, Rolex Explorer, Ref. 1601, black dial, sweep second hand, Arabic 3,6,9, screw down crown, automatic movement, oyster bracelet with fold over clasp, with box etc. Case diameter: 38mm, dial diameter: 30mm

£4,000-6,000

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Pocket Watches 343 An 18ct gold cased pocket watch gilt dial, Roman numerals, foliate and scroll engraved open-faced case, plain lever movement Case diameter: 44mm, dial diameter: 40mm

£300-500

344 An 18th century pair cased pocket watch M Gartecloux, London, case maker IL (Incuse) London 1769, plain outer case, gilt inner case, verge movement numbered 114 Outer case diameter: 50mm, dial diameter: 38mm

£500-700 343

345 An 18ct gold pocket watch, Aitchison of Glasgow engine turned case with open face, subsidiary seconds dial, three quarter plate lever movement Case diameter: 47mm, dial diameter: 43mm

£350-500

346 A Victorian small pocket watch marked 18k, engraved gilt dial and rear case, plain lever movement, key wind Case diameter: 40mm, dial diameter: 36mm

£200-300

347 A Swiss 18ct gold cased fob watch full hunting cases, decorated in vari-coloured gold floral sprays and detail, white dial with Roman numerals, 17 rubis English lever movement Case diameter: 37mm, dial diameter: 32mm 344

£300-500

348 A gentleman’s 18ct gold open-faced pocket watch, John Forrest London white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, lever movement, plain gold case, all in an Indian carved wood box Case diameter: 49mm, dial diameter: 44mm

£400-600

349 A Turkish market pocket watch the enamel dial with principal Turkish numerals and secondary dial, gilt and blue enamel detail, the hands set with small rose cut diamonds, glazed back enclosing the lever movement, bi-metal balance, keyless wind, case marked 18K Case diameter: 45mm, dial diameter: 39mm

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350 A demi-hunter cased pocket watch marked 14K, the gilt dial inscribed Correct Meridian Watch Co. Swiss made, keyless wind, subsidiary seconds dial Case diameter: 56mm, dial diameter: 40mm

£250-400

351 A 9ct gold open-faced pocket watch and fob the watch with engine turned case, textured dial, subsidiary seconds dial with Roman numerals, lever movement, the cloth fob with a university medal and a skull pin Case diameter: 48mm, dial diameter: 37mm

£250-400

352 Two gold cased pocket watches a 9ct gold slimline cased dress pocket watch, plain case with small dial, English lever Swiss made movement, key less wind together with a Victorian 18ct gold cased fob watch, engraved case and dial, key wind (2)

351

Case diameter of 9ct watch: 45mm, dial diameter: 28mm

£350-500

353 A Tiffany travelling clock with pochette Atlas range, in the Movado style, split leather cover sliding outer case, inner square with Roman numeral indicators, silvered dial with Alarm function Case width closed: 55mm

£300-500

354 A collection of watches to include; a group of four pocket watches, a rolled gold hunter cased keyless wind pocket watch; a smaller silver cased pocket watch, open faced key wind with a long silver Albert; a silver cased open faced key wind pocket watch by Hood of Cupar; a French silver cased pocket watch, visible escapement, Hebdomas patent; a plated cased pocket watch with stop watch action, keyless wind; a gilt brass cased pocket thermometer (6)

353

£300-400

355 A collection of six silver and other cased pocket watches including; a silver pair cased pocket watch, John Bates, Kettering, plain outer and inner case, verge movement, signed and numbered, 614; a plain silver demi-hunter, keyless wind, lever movement, dial and movement signed Sharman D Neill Belfast; a French early 19th century open faced pocket watch, the bezel paste set, white enamel domed dial inscribed Raymond et Tiannin, the rear case formerly enamelled with pastoral scene (Very damaged) fusee movement; a silver cased pocket watch by ARNOLD London, signed and numbered dial, subsidiary seconds dial, interesting escapement, numbered 3054, plain case; a silver cased key wind open faced pocket watch, plain case, plain lever movement, dial inscribed H E Peck London; and another similar (6) Largest - Arnold, case diameter: 55mm

£250-350

355 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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Medals & Coins 356 A scarce Naval General Service medal and clasp - Horatio 10 Feby 1809 to Boy G. R. T. Disney is confirmed in the rolls as a boy aboard HMS Horatio; together with a rosewood framed silhouette of Disney in his uniform, holding his hat, with a landscape beyond and a book by Lt Wharton, A Short History of HMS Victory, pub. 1872 HMS Horatio was a Royal Navy 38-gun fifth-rate Lively-class frigate, built out of fir timbers at the yard of George Parsons in Bursledon. Capture of the Junon Action of 10 February 1809 On the morning of 10 February 1809, Horatio along with the sloop HMS Driver came upon the French frigate Junon pursuing a British brig-of-war (the HMS Superieure) about 115 miles north of Anguilla. Under command of George Scott, the Horatio engaged in battle the 44-gun Junon, commanded by Augustin Rousseau. The French frigate aimed above the Horatio’s decks,

destroying its masts and rigging and causing many injuries, including Captain Scott and to his first lieutenant, Manley Hall Dixon. Lieutenant George Douglas took over command for the rest of the battle, where the damaged La Junon attempted to flee. At this point the brig Superieure and frigate Latona arrived in the area and joined the battle. After a short exchange of fire with the Latona, the Junon surrendered. In the engagement seven sailors on the Horatio were killed and 26 wounded (17 of them seriously). On the Latona there were six minor injuries. Thomas Colville, a seaman on the Driver, was also badly injured. Scott described the British loss as “by no means Considerable” in relation to the “dreadful loss of the Enemy” suffered by the 323-man crew of the Junon. He counted 130 French sailors killed and wounded, including Rousseau, who died shortly afterwards. The heroism of the crew of the Horatio was recognized in 1847 when the Navy issued a clasp to the Naval General Service Medal inscribed “Horatio 10 Feby. 1809”. 13 surviving crew members from Horatio received this clasp.

£4,000-6,000

356

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357 A collection of educational medals to include a 9ct gold ‘Marr College 1936-1937’ medal, with presentation inscription to reverse; together with three similar, modelled in silver; a 9ct gold and enamel pendant medal for ‘The Educational Institute of Scotland,’ two gilt metal nursing medals and a gentleman’s gem set tie pin (8) £300-500

358 The David Livingstone Medal - Royal Scottish Geographical Society to Marion Newbigin 1923 struck in 22ct gold, depicting David Livingstone and on the reverse a depiction of the Spirit of Civilisation, designed by James Pittendreich MacGillvray, in original case Diameter: 64mm, weight: 190.6g The David Livingstone Medal - Royal Scottish Geographical Society to Marion Newbigin 1923 Struck in 22ct gold, depicting David Livingstone and on the reverse a depiction of the Spirit of Civilisation, designed by James Pittendreich MacGillvray, in original case with gilt text to the cover Diameter: 64mm, weight: 190.6g The Livingstone Medal is awarded by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society in recognition of outstanding public service in which geography has played an important part. Named after the African explorer David Livingstone it was endowed in 1901 by his daughter, Agnes Livingstone Bruce. Past recipients include; Annie Lennox, Michael Palin, HRH The Princess Royal, David Attenborough, Sir Ranulph T-W Fiennes and many other recognisable names. Marion Newbigin, the recipient of this medal was born in Alnwick in a family with four sisters and three brothers. She, along with her sisters were lifelong supporters of the women’s suffrage movement and the fact that universities didn’t admit women didn’t deter her and two of her sisters holding strong academic positions. She took courses at Edinburgh Association for the university education of women, eventually moving to London University and in 1893 achieving a BSc. and five years later a Ph.D. In 1902, she was employed as editor of the Scottish Geographical Magazine. She held that position until her death, and during those 32 years, she helped shape the academic discipline of geography as it first took shape. Her most prominent work was Animal Geography in 1913 and other books on the same subject. Her work diversified into political geography, travel and cartography. She was awarded this medal in 1923 “for her numerous contributions to geographical science, based largely on her own observations”. The majority of the proceeds of the sale of this medal are being donated to The Royal Scottish Geographical Society.

£6,000-8,000

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359 N.Z. - 2003 Lord of the Rings coin set - Official New Zealand coins a cased set of twenty-four silver proof coins each depicting a scene from the Trilogy, some coloured, with large booklet and small folder with cards, each $1 denomination £400-600

360 G.B. - A Royal Mint cased set of four gold proof coins 1995, £5, £2, sovereign and half sovereign, with certificate £1,500-1,800

361 G. B. - A sovereign 1918 £200-300

362 G.B. - Two sovereigns 1913 & 1927 (2)

359

£400-600

363 G. B. - Two sovereigns 1895 & 1907 (2) £400-600

364 G. B. - Three half sovereigns 1907, 1913 & 1914 (3) £300-500

365 G.B. - A half sovereign 1818, EF/XF £300-400

366

369 G.B. - A collection of gold sovereigns and half sovereigns 1902 Perth; 1912; 2000 proof; 2002 proof; Half sovereigns 1913; 1902; 2000 proof (7) £850-950

370 G.B. - Two cased proof sets of coins The golden Age of Steam, 18 silver coins in wood presentation box with papers; a cased set of silver and parcel gilt coins - Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Collection with papers (24) £250-350

371

G.B. - A guinea 1719, F/VF

G.B. - Two cased proof sovereigns 1998 and 2001 sovereign with gilt stamp replica with Alderney proof gold £25 2002 (3)

£300-500

£500-700

367 G.B. - A 1745 Lima half-crown and1689 half-crown 1689, F/VF, 1745 F/VF £300-500

368 G.B - A sovereign 1891 Melbourne mint Jubilee head (F) £200-250

371 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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376

USA - An album of proof silver dollars Eagle silver dollars 1986b to date six lacking, album by World Coin Library (30) with album of Statehood commemorative quarters 1999-2008 (85)

A collection of silver and other proof coins 2016 silver maple coin set; nine various silver proof coins, various; box twenty mixed silver proof commemorative crowns and others; box eleven various silver crowns and twelve others; box current £2 and £1 coins, themed; cased set six silver proof 1oz coins, animals; six gilt and coloured 1977 crowns; group of seven 2014 winter Olympic coins with six other silver proof crowns; box twenty three mainly silver proof crowns; cased set four silver proof £1 bridges; 2004 proof silver £1 coins patterns; 2003 cased set £1 x 5 of bridges and standard; cased set four £1 Alderney; cased set of four silver proof £1 coins; three silver proof £1 coins; two of 2015 and 2016 cased pair silver Britannia 1oz coins; Battle of Waterloo £5 silver and coloured; 2017 $5 coin with real five leaf clover; Battle of the Somme crown; 2011 silver gilt crown; Canada 2009 proof $1; Duke of Edinburgh 95 commemorative crown; 2015 £2 proof coin silver gilt; Masterpieces of the 20th century set of five silver proof facsimile coins; 2010 Florence Nightingale £2 proof coin, etc.

£200-300

373 A mixed group of proof and other coins to include; proposed Scottish 2014 coin set; silver £1 stamp George V; over size proof Gothic crown; Australian 10oz Kookaburra coin; two small gold ingot necklaces; 5oz bullion coin bar; three modern silver crowns and two Churchill silver crowns (qty) £400-600

374 A collection of proof silver and other coins 2007 proof silver 20p; group of miscellaneous gilt and coloured coins; a collection of 18 mixed silver Australian proof coins; Canada 25 silver proof coins, $5; Royal family a box of proof coins, crown size Commonwealth countries 1990s; an album of Britain’s Last Tommies, gilt and coloured coins; cased presentation set of squadrons of the RAF four coin set; The Royal Family a box containing 24 proof coins relating to coronation etc and an 1871 one Rupee, Victorian Gothic head; Australia, 2015 silver coin set in presentation case and booklet (10); box six miscellaneous proof and coloured coins; box mixed proof and other coins, 1945 Maundy set, Churchill silver proof £1, 2 x Jersey silver and gilt proof £5; various other silver and other proof crowns, Royal family etc.; another case similar mixed proof coins, silver and base metal (24); USA 2005 silver and gilt $1 eagle, etc. (qty) £300-500

375 A collection of silver and other proof coins Cased pair of silver proof crowns, Entente Cordiale (2); Cased Trafalgar silver proof crown x 2; Alderney large silver proof £10; cased silver proof four coin set Britannia designs; HRH Prince William 21st birthday three silver crown set; Trafalgar 2005 two silver proof crowns; Solomon islands $25 gilt spitfire coin; UK £5 silver lady with the lamp; Guernsey £5 x 3 Duke of Wellington (3); HM Queen mother piedfort proof silver crown; Mexico large proof $10; 2003 proof silver crown for coronation jubilee; two cased sets silver proof Britannia coins; John Lennon proof crown 1940-1980; 2003 cased silver proof piedfort £1, £2, 50np; cased set of five silver proof 1oz coins, Bears; Canada silver proof hologram 2001 in box; box four miscellaneous silver proof 1oz coins; cased silver commemorative plaque for 9/11, half troy pound in case; 2000 a cased set of 13 silver proof coins £5 down to maundy; 1937 cased set of proof coins crown down to maundy, etc. (qty) £400-600

£300-500

377 A collection of various proof coins cased set of Solomon Islands $20 proof coins famous ships ((24); set four large gilt coins celebrating 60 years of HM Queen; cased set WWI centenary crown (6); Battle of Britain four silver coin proof set (4); D Day cased three coin proof set £5 (3); cased silver proof 2013 St George £20 and Canada $5 (2); William Shakespeare cased set six silver proof coins £5 (6); Churchill cased set gilt proof coins 50np (6); Churchill silver £20; Pistrucci Waterloo medal, base metal; cased 2014 silver NZ proof large coin; similar sized WWI coin; Cased pair Britannia silver proof coins; Canada 2014 2 silver proof $20 dollar coins, cased; six proof silver £2 Britannia coins, card cases (6); mixed group of base metal proof coins in card cases or wallets (qty); £300-500

378 A collection of various proof coins to include: Perth Mint, wood cased commemorative gold and silver coin for accession to throne, with cert; NZ and Australia reproduction brass WWI tin with two proof silver coins $1; 2002 Manchester commonwealth games cased set of four proof £2 coins; Aus. proof silver 1oz coin Lizard; 2007 proof piedfort silver crown; France 2007 rugby coin; a quantity of circulated £2 and £1 coins; box miscellaneous; base metal coins (modern); various minor modern proof silver coins; cased set of 24 proof coins relating to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Commonwealth countries; Royal Mint, cased presentation set of 12 silver proof coins 2003 coronation anniversary each 50p; group of ten silver proof coins Lest We Forget and certs; group of proof 50p pieces (8); base metal gilt and colour printed coins; two drawers with sections and 47 mainly base metal but some silver crown size coins; set silver Landmarks of the World ingots (10); cased presentation set of three silver proof coins Guernsey Armed forces 2011, etc. (Qty) £300-500


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379

379

381

A group of modern proof coin sets to include; Australia, Princess Charlotte coin set (10); reproduction 1936 six coin set; two of the silver ingot 30th anniversary of the halfpenny; large group of coins relating to HM Queen Mother (24); D Day stamps and three crowns 70th Anniversary; box of 20+ mixed base metal odd collector’s coins; box 50+ relatively modern 50p pieces with commemorative themes; Australia, edition three silver proof coins The road Signs set; etc. (qty)

A large mixed group of mainly single proof coins mostly in cases, 3 x USA $1 and half $ sets; Australia Road sign coin silver; 2008 £2 proof silver; 2008 £1 proof silver; 1997, Britannia 5np; Guernsey £1 silver proof; 2001 silver proof £2; Elvis three coin set; Canada proof dollar and others similar; 2007 diamond wedding proof crown; 1996 silver proof £2; 1977 proof crown; 1994 Canada proof dollar; Australia large proof dollar; 1981 Proof C and D Crown; 1992-93 proof silver 50p; USA, proof 250th anniversary dollar; 1994 proof £2 silver coin: Canada 2004 proof silver Maple; Canada 2005 proof $5; 2005 proof £1; 1994 proof 50p; 1996 Canada proof dollar; 1993 proof dollar; Canada silver proof maple 2003; 1995; $1 proof coin; 2004 $1; silver Bradman Dollar; 2003 £1 proof silver coin; proof 2004 silver £2; 1999 proof Chinese lunar coin; 2005 proof silver piedfort £2 coin; UK cased four proof silver £1 coins, Bridges; Australian Kookaburra proof 1oz coin x 2; Canada 2000 proof silver $2 coin two of; Australia royal visit 50c proof silver coin; UK 2005 proof silver £2 coin; 2001 proof silver Britannia coin; Sydney 2000 proof Olympics silver coin $5; $50 heroes of Pearl harbour proof silver coin, etc. (qty)

£250-400

380 A group of various gold proof coins cased set Miniature gold coins of the Ancient world; Guernsey £25 Churchill coin; Hong Kong $1000 1980 coin; The Gambia 150 dalasis; Nauru $50 coin; two proof 0.1oz Britannia coins; four odd small gold coins; £800-1,200

£300-400

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Foreign Silver 382 A set of six French silver tot beakers of plain shape with embossed threaded border and floral sprays, together with a set of six miniature tygs, William Aitken, Birmingham 1904, plain, wire loop handles, everted rim (12) £200-300

383 A French silver gilt and faux tortoiseshell minaudiere marked 800, the rectangular case with moulded frame, the gilt interior with mirror, card holder, compact and compartments Width: 10.2cm

£180-250

388

384

389

A French silver four-piece tea service circa 1920, comprising teapot, water pot, twin handled sugar bowl with lid and a milk jug, all of octagonal form, gadroon border to waist and lid, S scroll handles, acorn style finials (4)

A Portuguese silver jardinière maker’s mark of Leitao, Lisbon, circa 1890-1910, of oblong form, raised on three scroll and foliate feet, the body applied with festoons and vacant cartouches

Height of water pot: 26cm

Length: 48.2cm

£600-800

£400-600

385

390

Two circular Portuguese salvers Porto, circa 1890-1900, each on three openwork feet chased on centres with flowers and geometric motifs (2)

A large Portuguese silver tray Porto, 833 standard, of rectangular form with cut corners, raised on four claw feet, with openwork gallery

Diameters: 19.6cm, 23.4cm

Length: 56.5cm

£250-400

£300-500

386

391Y

An 18th century twin handled bowl three indistinct marks, the verted rim with two drop handles, lobed body and raised on four paw feet, later engraving to underside

A Portuguese silver six-piece tea service Lisbon, late 1880s, comprising a teapot, a water pot, a milk jug, a twin handled sugar basin with pull off lid, another sugar basin and a jam glass pot on silver saucer and with silver lid, all of circular bulbous form, leaf clasped S scroll handles, vacant cartouche to body and all over engine turned detail (6)

Diameter: 15.5cm, weight: 8.2oz

£300-400

387

Height of water pot: 29cm

A pair of Portuguese candle trimmers and tray maker’s mark of Lara, Porto 1810-1818, of canted rectangular form, everted sides, gadroon border, ribbed flat, the trimmers plain (2)

£500-700

Length: 21.5cm

A Portuguese silver-mounted centre piece the oval facetted bowl (a/f) within twin scrolling handles, and centre brackets, decorated with scrolls and cartouche, knopped stem and spreading circular base with leaf clasped scrolling feet

£250-400

388 A pair of 18th century Portuguese alter candlesticks 18th Century Lisbon, maker A/IG, the column of triangular form, decorated with scrolls, harebells and shell motifs, the main spreading base section with putto heads on a shell and foliate background, with bold leaf scrolls to the feet (2)

392

Height: 30cm, width across handles: 36cm

£200-300

393

Provenance: Private Collection from an Ambassador’s Residence

A large articulated fish unmarked, good articulated body section, the head with hinged compartment and glass eyes

£4,000-6,000

Length: 42cm

Height: 54cm, weight (all in): 79oz each

£500-800


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393

394

394

400

An articulated swordfish in white metal, apparently unmarked, well modelled and good movement

An Argentinian Mate Boubola comprising a gourd and bombilla, both of mixed metal with embossed floral decoration, the gourd raised on four supporting floral legs, marked to underneath A93, indust., argent/ccs marked to bombilla 925, presented in a fitted case

Length: 25.5cm

£300-500

395

Height: 12cm

A group of four storks marked Star possibly Spanish, each in a different pose and realistically modelled

£250-350

Height: 16.5cm

A bowl, Tiffany & Co the everted rim with a pierced cast border of chrysanthemums, marked to underneath TIFFANY & Co/ 137 80 Makers 2293/ STERLING SILVER/ 925-1000

£300-500

396 A model of an owl apparently unmarked, the hinged head with glass eyes, well modelled and standing on two feet Height: 13cm weight: 5.9oz

£150-250

397 A Continental tea urn apparently unmarked, embossed with flowers in the art nouveau taste on four scroll feet Height: 48.6cm

£400-600

398 A Continental gilt taper stick circa 1890, unmarked, possibly central European, the sconce supported by a man in 17th century clothing standing on a domed foliate decorated base, egg and dart rim

401

Diameter: 26cm, weight: 17.5oz

£300-500

402 A late-18th century style American five piece tea service retailed by Crichton Bros. London, New York & Chicago, stamped STERLING, comprising; a kettle with spirit burner and stand, teapot, swing handled sugar bowl, sugar bowl, milk jug, all of oval form, beaded border, tapered spout, crest and motto engraved to the body (5) Height of spirit kettle: 32cm, weight (all in): 70.9oz

£800-1,200

403 An Indian/Persian bowl apparently unmarked, of round form with a bold chased border of various groups of figures in costume Height: 11cm

£400-600

Height: 12cm

£200-300

399 An early 19th century central European vase of classical design, bold rams head and horns forming the handles, ribbon tied frieze (cover lacking) the vase shaped body decorated with swags of grapes and vines, slender stem to a square base Height: 16cm, weight: 7.8oz

£250-350

400

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Modern Silver 404 A contemporary fruit bowl, Grant McCaig MA., RCA. unmarked, mixed metals, modelled as a Norman warrior’s helmet suspending various lozenge shaped pendants Length: 22cm

£400-600

405 A George IV style stirrup cup LAO 2019, cast as a fox’s head, with plain rim and gilt interior Height: 13.5cm, weight: 16.8oz

£400-600

406 A pair of George III style entrée dishes with covers LAO 2019, of shaped rectangular form, each with central scroll and foliate cast handle, fluted border, crest and armorials to dish and cover (2) Width: 33cm, weight: 128oz

£800-1,200 409

407 A contemporary silver bowl, Malcolm Appleby Edinburgh 2008, of stylised tumbler cup form, with engraved spiralling detail throughout, and gilt interior Height: 9.5cm

£600-800

409 Three novelty straws, Asprey & Co Ltd London 2003, 2004 and 2005, each with applied cast woodpecker, snake and chameleon (3) Length: 22cm, weight: 2.9oz

£200-400

408 A collection of silver mounted frames, Asprey hallmarked for Sheffield, all with wooden supports and fabric inserts marked Asprey, to include a diptych, 2008 with velvet pouch and two plain frames both for 2005 (3) Height: 19.5cm, 23cm

£250-400

410 A collection of silver mounted frames, Asprey all hallmarked for Sheffield 2005, with wooden supports and fabric inserts marked Asprey, to include a diptych, a plain frame and a larger engine turned frame (3) Height: 19.5cm, 25.5cm

£250-400

411 A modern Arts and Crafts style beaker Marlow Brothers, London 2001, of slightly tapered form, feature hallmarks, gilt interior, flared rim, waisted body, the lower half with applied nodules Height: 15cm, weight: 9.3oz

£250-350

412 A modern wine coaster Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 2001, of compressed star form; together with, a twin handled cup, London 1918 and a comport, Birmingham 1936, of dodecagon form, pierced raised border (3) Diameter: 75mm, weighable silver: 24.8oz 407

£250-350


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413 A matched collection of Pride pattern flatware James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 2000, 2002 and 2005, comprising a first course knife and fork, a second course knife and fork and dessert spoon all of ‘Pride’ pattern designed by David Mellor; together with a teaspoon, David Mellor, Sheffield 2015, of Pride pattern (6) Length of knife: 23cm, weight: 9.2oz The pride pattern was designed in 1953 by David Mellor while a student at the Royal College of Art and featured in the first Design Council Awards in 1957. The pride pattern is still retailed

£200-400

414 A modern silver mounted glass decanter W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 2000, formed as a three-sided prism, with arched glass stopper, plain silver mounts with everted rim Height: 27cm

£300-500

415 A commemorative Millennium letter opener Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield 2000, of tapering form, feature hallmarks to handle, in a fitted presentation box Length: 18cm, weight: 53.8g

£200-300

416 A pair of late 20th century Georgian style taper sticks Spink & Son, London 1994, of hexagonal form, the tapered stem of knopped form Height: 11cm, combined weight: 9.2oz

414

£250-350

417 A modern eagle figurine B S E Products, London 1978, modelled as an eagle preparing for flight with spanned wings, naturalistic chased detail, surmounting an igneous rock Width of wing span: 17cm

£200-300

418 A collection of early 20th century and other silver to include; a heart shaped miniature table with hinged cover, embossed decoration and raised on cabriole legs; a miniature windmill, a small scent bottle, all over engraving; a George III curved snuff box, John Thropp, Birmingham 1808; a small note case and a small pot pourri box with pierced cover, William Comyns, London 1909 (6) Weighable silver: 6.66oz

£140-180

418

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422

A miscellaneous collection of modern silver to include, a commemorative cased goblet, Mappin & Webb, London 1972, celebrating the wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip; a cased condiment set, Birmingham 1906; a cased sugar caster and jug, Viners Ltd., Sheffield 1937, both of octagonal form; a cased set of twelve teaspoons and tongs; a cased set of teaspoons; four modern sauce boats; seven various napkin rings; collection of various teaspoons, coffee spoons and condiment spoons (qty)

A three piece tea service retailed by Harrods Ltd under RWB (Richard Woodman Burbridge was chairman of Harrods), Sheffield 1939, comprising a teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of rectangular form, rounded edges, ribbed border, angular handles, raised on four bracket feet (3)

Weighable silver: 57.5oz

423

£400-600

A set of six whisky noggins Charles Packer & Co Ltd, London 1939, each with glass body of typical form, with star cut base, plain flat hinged cover and thumb-piece; all with kidney bean spirit labels inscribed Whisky (6)

A cased condiment set L & R., Birmingham 1937, comprising two salts, two mustards, two peppers and accompanying spoons, all of circular form demi fluted bodies; together with a cased pair of sauce boats Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1936, scallop border; a cased set of eleven Art Deco teaspoons and a pair of tongs; an egg and spoon set, Birmingham and two cased set of pap spoon and pusher (qty)

Height: 11cm

Weighable silver: 31.5oz

£200-300

£250-350

421

424

A cased condiment set Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1937, with Celtic border; together with a cased matched set of four berry spoons, various Georgian marks, later decoration, crest to terminal and a cased set of two berry spoons and sifter, various marks one with Russian marks, AR/ 180*, later decoration (qty)

A four piece tea service Edward & Sons, Sheffield 1937, comprising a water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of rectangular form, sunbeam and gadroon border, angular handles with shell detail (4)

Weighable silver: 20.3oz

£400-600

420

Height: 13cm, weight (all in): 32oz

£250-350

Height: 18.5cm, weight (all in): 57.9oz

£250-400

425 A table cigarette box Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1936, of rectangular form, engine turned decoration throughout, with flange thumbpiece, wood interior lined Width: 26.8cm

£500-800

426 A George V cast table bell Vander & Hedges, London 1934, the handle of baluster form, the domed bell with waisted girdle and stepped rim, engraved crest to body, plain clapper Height: 15cm, weight: 12.4oz

£250-400

427 A modern presentation twin handled cup- Television Interest H Phillips, London 1933, the simple cylindrical bowl with reeded girdle and inscription, ‘TELEVISION PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR…’ to one side and recipients including 1974 MAGNUS MAGNUSSON to the other, with twin large S scroll handles and raised on simple domed foot Height: 31cm, weight: 32oz Awarded by GEC (General Electric Company) to various personalities. The company covered a wide range of electrical and other associated industries, founded in 1886 and renamed under Marconi group in 1999. Recipients are Andrew Cruikshank, Lena Martell, Roddy McMillan, Iain Cuthbertson, John Toye, Fulton Mackay, Tom Weir, Geraldine McEwan, Rikki Fulton.

£300-500 427


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A collection of frames to include two shagreen unmarked frames, a plain frame, two smaller unmarked engine turned decorated frames; together with a cased set of six napkin rings, Thomas & Marshall Ltd, Birmingham 1940, of rectangular form curved corners, engine turned detail (qty)

A George III style mug Roberts & Belk Ltd., Sheffield 1927, the flared cylindrical body with moulded rim and foot, S scroll handle; together with a christening mug TD, London 1825 of can form with reeded borders and C scroll handle (2)

Weighable silver: 3.9oz

Height: 88mm, 77mm, combined weight: 12.7oz

£200-300

£300-400

429

434

A table cigarette box Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, London 1930, of rectangular form, engraved gothic S to centre of lid with engine turned decoration to lid; together with a cased condiment set, Brook & Son, Sheffield 1921; a cased set of teaspoons and pair of tongs, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1918 with bright cut engraving and another, G & C, Sheffield 1929 (qty)

A modern salver Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1926, of circular form, pie crust border with engraved presentation to centre, raised on four hoof feet

Width: 19cm, weighable silver: 15.2oz

435

£200-300

A silver gilt and enamelled dressing table clock import marks for Wilsdorf & Davis, London 1925, the shaped frame with rounded canted edges, pink guilloche enamel ground and circular dial to centre, with Arabic numerals, the back with simple easel support

430 A matched 1930s three-piece tea service Viners Ltd., Sheffield, comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug all of waisted circular form, C scroll handles, teapot with curved spout, all raised on a stepped circular foot (3)

Width: 25.5cm, weight: 21oz

£250-400

Height: 10.8cm

£300-500

Height of teapot: 14cm, weight (all in): 23.2oz

436

£200-300

A large early twentieth century salver Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1925, of moulded circular form with raised cast shell border, raised on three bracket feet with shell detail

431 A modern café au lait set Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1928, comprising coffee pot and water pot, both of stylised tapered form hemispherical base, angular handles with heart thumbpieces, raised on a stylised bracket foot; together with a swing handled basket, George Edward & Sons Sheffield 1915, of moulded rectangular form with pierced border, raised on four ball feet; a cream jug Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1939, scallop border and a condiment set, various makers and dates (qty)

Diameter: 39cm, weight: 40oz

£400-600

Height of coffee pot: 16cm, weight (all in): 45oz

£250-350

432 An Art Deco four piece tea service Walker & Hall Ltd., Sheffield 1928, comprising hot water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of waisted circular form, raised shell and bead border, clasped C scroll handles, raised on a stepped circular foot (4) Height of coffee pot: 21cm, weight (all in): 51oz

£400-600

435

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441 A three piece tea service Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1921, comprising teapot, sugar basin and milk jug, all of circular form, raised on a spreading foot, the pull off lid with embossed foliate detail to teapot (3) Height: 15.5cm, weight: (all in): 30.6oz

£250-350

442 A swing handled basket Birmingham 1920, of oval form, tied threaded undulating border, pierced inner border, engraved ribbon swags, shaped oval foot Width: 30cm, weight 18.8oz

£200-300

443

437

A collection of modern milk and cream jugs various makers marks and dates, of various sizes and shapes; together with a Georgian milk jug, demi-fluted body, erased crest to cartouche and a 19th century small French cream jug with side spout (qty)

437

Weight: 36.6oz

A candy compote and spoon, Johan Rhode for Georg Jensen import marks for George Stockwell, London 1925, the circular bowl with everted rim and hammered finish raised on stylised leaf and berry supports on a spreading circular base, stamped marks GEORG/JENSEN, 925S, together with a preserve spoon (2)

£300-500

Height: 10cm, weight: 6.8oz

£180-250

444 An Art Deco teapot Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, Sheffield 1919, of octagonal form, angular handle, curved spout; together with a milk jug of similar design, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1937 and a card tray, Hyghpoint Import and Export Ltd Birmingham 1972 (3)

438

Height: 16cm, weight (all in): 33.7oz

A collection of modern silver to include, a waiter, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1925, of circular form, raised on three bracket feet; a pair of sauce boats Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1924, in an Art Nouveau style; a modern pair of table candlesticks, Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham 1960 and a single candlestick, Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1979 (6)

£300-500

Weighable silver: 19.9oz

£300-500

445 A bachelor’s three piece tea service Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1915, comprising a teapot, swing handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of oval form, scalloped rim, angular handles, raised on a stepped spreading foot (3) Height: 13.5cm, weight (all in): 21.8oz

£200-300

439 An early 20th century silver and enamel bell Import marks for London Chain Bag Co Ltd, London 1923, of bell shape, guilloche white enamel ground decorated blue flowers; together with a small patch box, guilloche ground and floral wreaths (2) Height: 7cm, weight 72g

£200-300

440

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A collection of miscellaneous silver to include a Victorian toast rack, raised on four ball feet; an oval tea caddy; sauce boat, Sheffield 1922, with scallop border; a cased condiment set, London 1898, of rectangular form, scallop border, raised on four ball feet; a cased egg and spoon set, Birmingham; various condiments, a plated cocktail shaker; Victorian rattles, dressing table bottle various silver mounted velvet pouches and cantles (qty) Weighable silver: 29oz

£200-300

446 A cased three piece tea service James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1914, comprising a teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of oval form, with a pierced cast rectangular border with shell and floral detail, leaf clasped angular handles, raised on four hoof feet (3) Height: 14.5cm, weight (all in): 46.4oz

£250-350


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447 A cased early twentieth century basket Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1913, of moulded rectangular form, pierced foliate decoration throughout, vacant heart shaped cartouches to either side, raised on four leaf shaped feet; together with a pair of spill vases, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1899, both of tapered demi fluted form, pierced foliate detail with everted rim; a pair of planished twin handled cups Birmingham 1908; a sauce boat, Birmingham of traditional form, raised on four leaf clasped leg with hoof feet and a swing handled vase, Henry Holland, London 1867, scallop rim, chased scroll detail raised on a spreading foot (7) Width: 21cm, combined weight: 43.3oz

£350-450

448 A group of place card holders four heart shaped holders, S Mordant Chester 1909 (one larger); a group of five (three and two) of circular holders, Birmingham 1923 (9) Weight: 8.5oz

£250-350

449 A large silver mounted matchstick striker Stuart Clifford & Co (possibly), London 1913, the glass body of ribbed globular form, with silver mounted collar

449

Height: 13.5cm

£300-500

450 A modern comport Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1912, of octagonal form, the stem spreading to a domed octagonal foot; together with a modern Britannia standard tumbler, Marlow Brothers, London 1997, retailed by Cousins of Canterbury, gilt planished interior, initials engraved to body, and feature hallmarks to the other side; a candle snuffer, Marlow Brothers, London 1996, acorn finial; a pepper, salt and a costume pin (qty) Height: 16cm, weighable silver: 23oz

£300-500

451 An Edwardian wine coaster C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1906, of circular outline, gadroon rim, with pierced and engraved decoration of animals etc. depicting hare, birds etc. with turned mahogany base Diameter: 12.7cm

£200-300

452 An Edwardian card tray Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1906, of circular form, cast raised shell border, engraved italic initials to centre, raised on three claw and ball feet

453 A silver cased travelling clock Walker and Hall, London 1911, of square cushion form, hinged cover with engraved initials, eight-day clock in hinged panel Width: 10.5cm

£250-350

454 An Edwardian three piece tea service Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd, London 1910, comprising, teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of moulded circular form, C scroll handles, raised on four foliate spray clasped legs with scroll feet; together with a plated spirit kettle of similar decoration (5) Height of teapot: 16.5cm, weight (all in): 40oz

£400-600

455Y An early 20th century spirit kettle James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1909, of oval form, demi fluted body with leaf clasped corners, curved spout with embossed decoration, all raised on four scroll legs and scallop feet Height: 31cm, weight: 39.6oz

£300-500

Width: 22cm, weight: 11.3oz

£250-400

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A Private Collection of Vinaigrettes 456 A rare ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, the hinged cover with a view of The Bargate, Southampton, cast foliate border, engine turned base, the grill pierced with star shape and scrolling feathers Width: 41mm, weight: 28.6g Note: Vinaigrette with same façade, slightly different angle sold as part of the Diana Keggie collection, Christie’s 30th November 2005

£1,200-1,500

456

457 A scarce engraved ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1845, of serpentine rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with a church, possibly ‘St Mary’s Church Witney’ well engraved and pierced grill Width: 45mm, weight: 30.9g

£300-500

458 An engraved ‘Castle top’ vinaigrette Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846 of serpentine rectangular form, the hinged cover with engraved view of a castle, previously identified as Conway castle Width: 45mm, weight: 31.9g

£250-400

459

457

A group of four vinaigrettes Birmingham circa 1790, of small size, diamond engraved hinged cover, leaf pierced grill together with another; Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1854, of slight serpentine rectangular form, engraved scrolls and central monogram with another; Wardell & Kempson, Birmingham 1806, of domed rectangular form, vinaigrette simple engraving and another; Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1839, of rectangular form, cast borders foliate engraved base and cover with cartouche engraved Mary Anne (4) Widths: 24mm, 34mm, 43mm, 45mm, weight: 83g

£450-550 458


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465

Two engraved ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrettes Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1860, of lobed oval form, the hinged cover with engraving of a pier with figures and boats, grill pierced and engraved as a basket of flowers; the other John Tongue, Birmingham 1846, of serpentine outline, engraved bridge and river scene (Both unidentified) (2)

An engraved ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette and two others Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, of serpentine rectangular form, the cover engraved with view of Windsor Castle, foliate grill; together with two small vinaigrettes, Francis Clark, Birmingham 1841, of rectangular form, small cast border, engine turned decorated ground; the other, TE, London 1826, of small size, engine turned decoration (3)

Width: 37mm, weight: 34g

Widths: 32mm, 43mm, 26mm, weight: 47g

£500-700

£500-700

461

466

A ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1837, the hinged cover with view of Westminster Abbey, cast borders and thumbpiece, engine turned decorated base

A group of three vinaigrettes Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1801, of rectangular form, plain engraved with cartouche and monogram pierced grill onto an inner compartment, together with; another, Thomas Shaw, Birmingham circa 1810, of rectangular form, ribbed cover and base, hinged floral pierced grill; with another Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1790, of small size, floral engraved decoration, simple pierced grill slight curved case (3)

Width 47mm, weight: 52.7g

£800-1,200

462

Widths: 44mm, 42mm, 24mm, weight: 59g

A group of four vinaigrettes Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1819, the hinged cover with pressed decoration of rosettes and basket weave decoration, floral hinged grill; together with another, John Shaw, Birmingham 1803, of plain rounded form, undecorated, the silver gilt grill well pierced and with applied wirework highlights; another John Shaw Birmingham 1808, of rounded form, base and top engraved initials, leaf border, simple pierced grill; another of small size, Frederick Marston, Birmingham, 1857, of small serpentine rectangular form, bright cut engine turned decoration, blank cartouche (4)

£300-500

467

Widths: 22mm, 31mm, 32mm, 26mm, weight: 46g

A group of three vinaigrettes Edward Smith, Birmingham 1848, of rectangular form, simple floral engraving, pierced grill; another, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1832 of rectangular form, cast thumbpiece, engine turned ground pierced grill with floral design; together with another, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1839, of rectangular form, engraved lunette motif to cover and floral spray to the base, floral decorated grill (3)

£450-550

Widths: 31mm, 40mm, 37mm, weight: 55g

£350-450

463 A ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette Edwin Jones, Birmingham 1836, the hinged cover with a good corner panorama of Windsor Castle, anthemion cast borders, good engraved gilt grill, base with engine turned decoration

468

Width: 42mm, weight: 27.6g

A scarce engraved ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1843, of serpentine rectangular form, the hinged cover engraved with Lancaster Castle, attractive floral pierced and gilt grill

£1,000-1,500

Width: 41mm, weight: 26.8g

£300-500

464 An engraved ‘Castle Top’ vinaigrette David Phipps, Birmingham 1853, of rounded rectangular form, the cover engraved with Houses of Parliament “Westminster Palace” pierced and engraved scrolling grill, with Tessiers label inside Width: 58mm, weight: 35.4g

£400-600

468

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Scottish Silver 469 A modern miniature quaich Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1968, of traditional form; together with three various kilt pins, one unmarked, one marked IONA, AR and a silver gem set; together with two vesta cases with floral engraved decoration (qty) Weighable silver: 1.9oz

£150-250 474

470 A comprehensive modern canteen Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1968, modern variant of an Art Deco pattern, comprising, silver handled carving set and knife sharpener; four tablespoons, eight soup spoons, eight dessert spoons; two sauce ladles; eight table forks; eight dessert forks; eight table knives; eight side knives; eight teaspoons; eight coffee spoons; together with a matched set of six fish knives and forks, Brook & Son, Edinburgh 1930s; a soup spoon and two pairs of tongs (qty)

475 An early 20th century matched five piece tea service Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh comprising spirit kettle, water pot, teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of oval demi-fluted form, cast gadroon and shell border, leaf clasped C scroll handles, raised on four bracket feet with shell decoration, initials AE engraved to body; together with a pair of sugar nips marked WB, only probably 18th century (6)

Weighable silver: 97oz

Height of spirit kettle: 34.5cm, weight all (in): 133.9oz

£1,000-1,500

£600-800

471

476

A pair of Scottish communion pattens Brook & Sons, Edinburgh 1934, circular form, Celtic raised border, presentation engraving to flat (2)

A pair of Victorian candlesticks Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1896, each of square outline with tapered columns, embossed ram masks, swags and cartouche detail throughout, the base with classical urns and beaded border (loaded) (2)

Diameter: 35cm, weight: 76.4oz

£500-800

472 A pair of Georgian style table candlesticks Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1920, knopped baluster stem, stepped square base with leaf clasped corners, the removable sconce similarly decorated (loaded) (2) Height: 26.5cm

£250-400

473 A modern Celtic style bowl Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1912, of circular form, planished finish, raised on three dolphin legs; together with an Ottoman style wine ewer, Glasgow 1914; a modern quaich; to include cased tea and coffee spoons, two napkin rings, and a mustard (qty) Diameter: 10cm, Weighable silver: 27.9oz

£300-400

474 An Arts and Crafts comport Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1908, the deep planished bowl with three curved supports, to a planished domed foot Height: 11cm, weight: 6.6oz

£250-400

Height: 26.5cm

£400-600

477 A Victorian wine funnel D C Rait, Glasgow,1874, engraved ADR 1874 to bowl; together with a William IV baleen handled punch ladle, Peter Aitken I, Glasgow 1831, the baluster bowl of simple form with reeded everted rim, socket set to part twisted baleen handle; together with a similar smaller toddy ladle, maker I Z; a toddy ladle, JMcK, Glasgow, of Fiddle pattern; a teaspoon, Edinburgh of Fiddle pattern and two serving spoons, London (6) Diameter: 9cm, weight (all in): 12.8oz

£250-350

478 A matched set of six George III table spoons Robert Gray & Son, Edinburgh 1802, 1805, of Old English pattern, pointed bowls, foliate initials engraved to terminal, each individually numbered; together with Dumfries - A set of nine Scottish Provincial teaspoons, Dumfries - A set of nine Scottish Provincial teaspoons, David Gray marked unicorn, fouled anchor, unicorn, DG, of Fiddle pattern, pointed bowls, foliate M engraved to terminal; together with a pair of tongs, fiddle pattern and shell grips marked for Charles Murray, CM, eagle (qty) Length: 22cm, combine weight: 20.5oz

£150-250


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479 A private die collection of flatware Robert Gray & Sons, Glasgow various dates, of single and double struck King’s pattern with embossed crest to terminal, comprising a set of silver handled carvers, eight table knives, three side knives, six tablespoons, four table forks, eight dessert forks, four dessert spoons and four teaspoons (qty) Weighable silver: 59.2oz The crest is for the Bartholomew family and probably ordered by Robert Bartholomew (born 30th April 1802 baptised 2nd May 1802 died 6th February 1873), of Broomhill, Kirkintilloch in the County of Dunbartonshire and of St Anne’s Lodge, Ascog, Isle of Bute A Cotton Merchant of Glasgow who was granted armorial bearings by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in 1869. Robert was second child of John Bartholomew, Merchant and his wife, Janet Orr. He married as his second wife on the 14th April 1852, Susan Jane Cunninghame Graham (who died prior to 1861 Census for Scotland). Susan was the eldest daughter of William Cunninghame Graham of Gartmore in the County of Perthshire and Ardoch in the County of Dunbartonshire. The Bartholomews were noted Cotton Merchants in the City of Glasgow. Bartholomew Street in the city was named after Robert’s father, John. Robert also appears to have served as the third Provost of the Burgh of Calton, one of the suburbs of Glasgow between 1839 and 1843.

£2,500-3,500

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480

484

A late George III soup ladle Newlands & Grierson, Edinburgh 1812, of Old English pattern, italic M engraved to terminal; together with another, Cochrane & Austen, Edinburgh 1815, single struck Fiddle and Shell pattern, italic K engraved to terminal (2)

A matched bachelor’s teapot and milk jug George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1904/1902, of oval form, demi-fluted body, angular handles, curved spout with demi-fluted decoration (2)

Length: 34cm each, weight: 9oz

£180-250

Height: 13cm, weight (all in): 9.8oz

£180-250

485 481 A Scottish George III soup ladle Alexander Zeigler, Edinburgh 1797, pointed Old English pattern, engraved monogram together with a punch ladle, David Macdonald, Glasgow 1820, plain bowl, wrythen whalebone handle, silver tip Soup ladle length: 37cm, weight: 4.5oz

A pair of boats Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1904, modelled as Scandinavian open small boats with tall notched prow, together with two Danish silver pepperettes modelled as fish (4) Canoe length: 11.5cm, weight all in: 6.6oz

£300-500

£140-180

486

Antique Silver

A pair of Prince of Wales crest menu holders Sydney Bellamy Harman, London 1903, modelled as three white ostrich feathers entwined in a gold coronet, with the motto Ich Dien, sprung clamp action (2)

482

Height: 52mm, weight (all in): 6.6oz

A Georgian Irish coffee pot Dublin 1770, Matthew West, of baluster form, the hinged cover with pineapple finial, leaf clasped spout, the body with engraved armorials, within swagged border, plain pedestal foot

£300-400

Height: 30cm, weight (all in): 35.9oz

£2,500-4,000

483 A 19th century French sugar caster Import marks for Berthold Muller, 1904, of classical vase and cover style, finial of pineapple, laurel clasped border, well pierced cover, body with swags and slender stem, square base

487 A bachelor’s three piece tea service William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1903, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of oval form, demi-fluted bodies, heavily embossed floral and scroll decoration, vacant cartouche to either side of body, angular handles; together with another bachelor three piece service, London 1907, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of circular tapered form, S scroll handles (6) Height: 11.5cm, weight (all in): 34oz

£300-500

Height: 17.5cm, weight: 6.4oz

488

£200-300

A collection of fiddle and shell flatware various makers and dates, predominantly 19th century, comprising seventeen table spoons, twenty table forks, twelve dessert forks, twenty silver handle knives, twenty five filled handle silver knives and forks, crest to terminal; together with a collection of miscellaneous caddy and salt spoons; a plated soup ladle, a pair of plated serving spoons and a collection of plated and foreign flatware (qty) Weighable silver: 137oz

£1,200-1,500

482

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493 A group of four 19th century dark red glass spirit jugs each with slight flattened body, silver collars and plated stoppers, with silver labels, William Hutton, Sheffield 1861, of canted rectangular form with chains, looped through the handles (4) £200-300

494 A twin handled oval tray Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1899, the raised border with shell motifs, the cast handles with shell detail Diameter across handles: 61cm, weight: 72oz

£700-1,000 489

489

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A gentleman’s travelling dressing case Charles Fox & Co Ltd, London 1901, the crocodile Gladstone type bag containing various dressing table bottles, brushes, shoe horns, hip flask, with silver mounts hammered finish, presented in an outer removable travelling cover £250-400

490 A silver cased dressing table carriage type clock Cohen and Charles, Birmingham 1901, of plain rectangular form, drop down handle, white dial, bun feet, plain French movement Height: 95mm

£300-500

491 A late Victorian salver Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1900, of moulded heptagonal form, raised shell and gadroon border, engraved detail to centre, raised on three claw and ball feet; together with another James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1908, of shaped circular form, engraved initials to centre, raised on four claw and ball feet; a card tray, William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1910, of moulded circular form, raised on three ball and claw feet; together with two continental plates, marked 835 to underneath, engraved initials to border (5)

495 A late Victorian bombé form tea caddy Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1898, of traditional form, demi-fluted body and lid, raised on four shell clasped bracket feet Height: 14.5cm, weight: 7oz

£100-150

496 A tortoiseshell and shagreen paperknife the blade of tortoiseshell, the handle of shagreen with unmarked silver mount Length: 43cm

£250-350

497Y A Victorian three piece tea service Martin, Hall & Co, London 1889, comprising a teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug, all of circular bulbous form, demi-fluted bodies, the beaded border of undulating form, above a chased foliate border to body, monogram to centre, leaf clasped ribbed handles (3) Height: 13.5cm, weight (all in): 37.5oz

£300-500

498

Diameter: 26.5cm, weighable (925) silver: 46.4oz

A pair of Victorian candlesticks Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1876, with square bases, Corinthian columns with embossed detail, foliate decoration to base, gadroon decoration to base and border of removable sconces (2)

£500-700

Height: 16cm

£200-300

492 A set of twelve late Victorian Old English dessert spoons Maxfield & Sons, Sheffield 1900, of Old English pattern, italic A engraved to terminal; together with three other dessert spoons, various makers, marks and patterns; two Fiddle pattern table forks; six tablespoons, of Old English pattern various marks, one of Threaded Old English pattern; a miscellaneous collection of teaspoons (qty)

499 A silver mounted claret jug Edward Hutton, London 1880, plain mounts and curved handle, the hinged cover with engraved crest, plain glass body Height: 21cm

£200-400

Length: 18.5cm, weight: 63oz

£500-800

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500

505

A set of four Victorian salts George John Richards, London 1854, of open cauldron form, everted rim, the sides with chased floral border and cartouche, all on three web feet

A Victorian sugar basin F B Thomas & Co, London 1843, of pleated bulbous circular form Diameter: 11cm, weight: 6oz

£180-220

Diameter: 7cm, weight (4): 12oz

£300-400

501Y A matched Victorian three piece tea service W.H., London 1859/56, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug, all of circular bulbous panelled form, cartouche to either side of body with engraved italic initials to one side, engraved foliate detail throughout, C scroll handles, raised on four leaf clasped bracket feet, the teapot with hinged lid and rose bud finial; together with a pair of plated sugar tongs (4) Height: 19cm, weight (all in): 49.7oz

£300-500

502Y A Victorian claret jug Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1867, of baluster form, heavily embossed rose and floral detail throughout, cartouche to body with presentation engraving ‘… to The Officer Mess, 36th Regiment by Captain ***, on his retirement…1867’ hinged lid with acorn finial, leaf clasped S scroll handle Height: 32cm, weight: 20.3oz

£200-300

503 A collection of eleven caddy spoons to include; five various Georgian shovel shaped spoons, one Samuel Pemberton, two with turned mother of pearl handles; a small George III caddy spoon with heart shaped bowl; three various Georgian scallop bowl shaped caddy spoons; two modern caddy spoons, shell shaped bowl and handle; together with a tea strainer, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1921, of Shell pattern (12)

506 A set of six Fiddle pattern dessert spoons Robert Williams & Sons, Exeter, 1847, engraved initials to terminal; together eight table forks, Eley and Fearn, London 1800 of Old English pattern, engraved initials Length: 17cm, weight: 25.6oz

£200-300

507 A large glass bottle and stopper with 800 standard pull of cover, glass stopper, the sleeve to the glass body cover emblematic of the seasons; a small waiter, modern, engraved initial and three silver mounted crystal dressing table jars (5) Height of bottle: 15cm, weighable silver (Including sleeve): 19oz

£240-280

508 A William IV three piece tea service Robert Hennell III, London 1834, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug all of lobed melon form, leaf clasped lobes, with embossed floral decoration, leaf clasped S scroll handles, gilt interior to basin and milk jug, cartouche to either side, one with engraved initials, floral finial, all raised on a spreading foot with similar decoration (3) Height: 15.5cm, combined weight: 49oz

£400-600

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Weight (all in): 4.8oz

A William IV three piece tea service Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London 1832, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and milk jug all of lobed melon form, leaf clasped S scroll handles, gilt interior to basin and milk jug, bud finial to teapot, raised on four bracket feet (3)

£150-200

Height: 15cm, weight: 48oz

504

£400-600

A collection of eleven various caddy spoons two similar shovels, Samuel Pemberton, turned mother of pearl handles; a fiddle pattern EP caddy spoon; a Continental style spoon with stamped shell decoration; scallop bowl with applied shell to the short handle; a George III example with bright cut engraving decoration; a modern copy of a Jockey hat caddy spoon; three various scallop bowl examples and a modern caddy spoon with rectangular bowl (11) Weight (all in): 4.9oz

£180-250

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A small George IIII vinaigrette Thomas Smith, Birmingham 1825, cast border, well pierced grill, engine turned ground; with a central European silver mounted rock crystal patch box, engraved border and well carved crystal top and bottom inserts, import marks for B C T Co. Ltd. circa 1935 (2)

A pair of George III salts CH., London 1819, of open circular form with chased decoration, gilt interiors, each raised on cabriole legs with hoof feet; together with two other Georgian salts; a rattan handled jug, indistinct marks, engraved 13. June 1882 to underside; a collection of condiments and plated condiments with assortment of unmarked spoons; a cased collection of apostle teaspoons various marks only five hallmarked and a collection of teaspoons (qty)

Vinaigrette width: 31mm, patch box diameter: 57mm

£200-300

Weighable silver: 11.2oz

511Y A William IV teapot John Bridge of Rundell Bridge and Rundell, London 1830, of fluted melon form with fluted curved spout and hinged cover with similar finial together with a set of ten single struck teaspoons, JM, Glasgow 1821, of modified King’s pattern; a set of six Fiddle pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh; three fig bowl teaspoons, William Hair Hassler, Birmingham 1926; one arts and craft style ladle; a silver bangle, one modern salt with glass liner; together with a plated cased set of forks and a cased set of knives and two plated sauce ladles (qty) Weighable silver: 38.7oz

£400-600

512 A set of four George III salts Joseph Angell I, London 1821, of low rounded rectangular baluster form with fluted decoration, cast foliate and gadrooned rim, raised on four bracket and paw feet; together with a pair of later cast oval Adam style open salts with liners by I S Greenberg & Co, Birmingham 1898; a Georgian drum mustard and a pair of modern sauce boats, single serving size, Birmingham 1905 (9) Width: 10.3cm, weighable silver: 29oz

£250-350

£400-600

515 A George III oval twin handled tea tray William Burwash, London 1815, bold gadrooned border, threaded handles, engraved armorial and motto to the centre “Ut Prosim” Max width: 72cm. weight: app. 100oz The date of this tray can be accurately put between Sept 1st 1815 and May 28th 1816 with different shape of duty mark

£1,500-2,000

516 A George III teapot Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart London 1809, of rounded form, bright cut detail, blank cartouches, gadroon border, angular handle, short spout, all on pedestal square base with ball feet Height: 15.5cm, weight: 20oz

£200-300

517 Two Georgian wine funnels Thomas Willmore, London circa 1800, of conventional form, large size, threaded rim, engraved initial, together with another Allen Dominy, London 1791, simple form, threaded bands (2)

513

Heights: 13cm, 12.5cm, weight (2): 207g

A George IV wine funnel William Bateman, London 1821, of conventional form, chased rose and leaf border, plain body strengthening stems; a George III muffineer, TW, London circa 1770, of cylindrical form, pierced cover; a pair of 18th century sugar nips, circa 1780; five small George III salt spoons of pointed form; a Scottish George III toddy ladle, marks rubbed, wrythen silver handle; a pair of toddy ladles, London circa 1790, marks rubbed, wrythen whalebone handles (11)

£300-500

Weighable silver: 10oz

£250-400

518 A George III Irish three footed sugar bowl Joseph Jackson, Dublin circa 1800 of round form, slight punchwork detail to the border and the body, crests to front, all raised on leaf clasped cabriole legs, hoof feet Diameter: 14cm, weight: 5.8oz

£250-300 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price, please see the ‘Buyer’s Guide’ section on page 2


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A group of miscellaneous small silver to include; two small sauce boats; a pin tray with standing dog decoration; a French wine taster; a pair of George III rectangular open salts on bun feet; plated items to include; a wine funnel; sauce boat, water pot; sauce tureen and cover (qty)

A matched set of four George III candlesticks John Green, Roberts, Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1793/4, of oval form, baluster column with embossed foliate detail the spreading foot with similar detail, italic RF engraved to base, removable sconces (loaded) (4)

Weighable silver: 14oz

£1,200-1,500

Height: 30cm

£250-350

524 520 A pair of George III table candlesticks John Green, Roberts, Mosley & Co. Sheffield circa 1800, of plain tapering circular form, loaded (2) Height: 28cm

£300-500

A George III swing handled sugar bowl Alexander Field, London 1792, of oval form, bright cut engraving, vacant cartouche to either side of body, raised on a spreading oval foot; together with another 1795, of moulded oval form, crest to body; a cream helmet, circa 1790, bright cut engraving, loop handle, square base (3) Weight: 20.1oz

521 A miscellaneous collection of Georgian and other flatware to include: a soup ladle, RC London 1797, old English pattern; a table spoon; a marrow scoop, London 1797, GS; a collection of odd teaspoons, salt spoons, jam spoons, cream ladle etc. some Scottish (qty) Weight: 17oz

£180-250

£200-300

525 A collection of Shell pattern flatware various makers and marks, comprising five dessert forks, fourteen dessert spoons, crest to reverse of terminal; together with a Georgian sauce ladle, various tea and condiment spoons and a collection of plated fruit, fish, knives and forks (qty)

522

Weighable silver: 34.5oz

A matched set of six George III open salts Henry Chawner, London 1793, of oval form, ribbon border, oak tree crest to body, gilt interior, with glass liners; together with a twin handled salt, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1884, of oval form, demi-fluted body; together with a Scottish George III fish slice, Robert Keay, Edinburgh 1808, of Fiddle pattern, bright cut engraving detail to pierced blade, crest and italic C to terminal; together with another Georgian fish slice, filled handle and a collection of salt spoons (qty)

£500-700

Diameter: 10.5cm, combined weight: 21oz

£500-800

526 A George III strainer Henry Chawner (probably), London 1792, simple round form, pierced bowl, loop handle, threaded border Width: 14cm, weight: 2.5oz

£150-250


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A George III teapot CH, London 1790, of oval form, straight tapering spout, hinged lid with pineapple finial

A pair of George III wine coasters Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London 1780, of conventional form, pierced and engraved sides, turned wood bases, together with a pair of English decanters and stoppers, the double ring neck with facetted flat stoppers, fluted body (4)

Height: 15cm, weight (all in): 14oz

£200-400

Diameter: 11.75cm

528 A matched set of Fiddle and thread pattern dessert spoons London, all with Victorian and Georgian marks, crest engraved to terminal; together with a variety of teaspoons, including three enamel set coffee spoons; a pair of wishbone tongs J.S. & S, Birmingham 1937; a sugar sifter and a collection of condiment, egg spoons etc (qty)

£500-700

534

Length: 17.5oz, weight (all in): 20oz

An English provincial George III silver tankard William Stalker and John Mitchison, Newcastle 1779, domed hinged cover with scroll thumbpiece, scroll handle with set initials, slight tapering body, threaded band, slight flared foot rim

£200-300

Height: 19cm, weight: 23oz

£1,400-1,800

529 Two George III wine funnels Robert Hennell, London 1786, of conventional form, beaded border, plain body and spout; together with another William Bateman, London 1820, of plain form threaded rims and borders, later engraved initial (2)

535

Heights: 12.5cm, 13.2cm, weight: 157g

Height: 10cm, weight: 8oz

£250-350

£250-400

A George III baluster mug Thomas Whipham, London 1753, of plain form, scroll handle, splayed foot

530 A small group of Georgian silver items to include a cream jug, Hester Bateman, London, of helmet form, beaded edge, threaded handle, bright cut engraving; a pair of salts, London 1784/5 incuse duty mark, of oval, form, engraved and pierced sides with claw and ball feet, with liners; a small 18th century pap boat of typical form (4) Height: 15cm, weighable silver: 7.6oz

£300-400

531 A George III baluster coffee pot Possibly Charles Wright, London 1780, the hinged cover with vase finial, the baluster body engraved shield, beaded and clasped scrolling spout, wood handle, stepped base Height: 28cm, weight (all in): 26.5oz

£400-600

532 A George III caster indistinct marks, of baluster form with reeded detail to body, embossed foliate detail throughout, engraved crest to cartouche, the pull off cover with pierced foliate detail, acorn finial Height: 14cm, weight: 4.4oz (approximately)

£200-300 534

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540 An early George III coffee pot Thomas Whipham & Charles Wright, London 1762, of traditional baluster form, leaf clasped curved spout, circular moulded foot with gadroon edge, cartouche to centre of one side with three crests and mottos in garter belts, later embossed Oriental scenes throughout, the domed lid with bud finial Height: 30cm, weight: 34.6oz

£1,200-1,500

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536 A George III baluster mug Thomas Wallis I, London 1769, of baluster form, plain scroll handle Height: 9cm, weight: 5.1oz

£250-400

537 A George III water pot AP, London 1765, of traditional baluster form, long fluted spot and S scroll wooden handle, with domed cover with bud finials and gadrooned rim, raised on a short stem and gadrooned foot; together with a coffee pot, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1926, of panelled form (2)

A George III sauce boat I.B., London 1762, of traditional form, scallop border, crest to body, leaf clasped S scroll handle, raised on four hoof feet with scallop shell detail to legs, with later floral embossed detail Height: 10cm, weight: 5.7oz

£200-300

542 A George II salver Ebenezer Coker, London 1755, shaped circular form with shell and scroll border, chased detail of fruit, grapes and flowers to flat, clear cartouche to centre, raised on three leaf clasped scroll feet Width: 32cm, weight: 31.3oz

£400-600

Height of water pot: 28.5cm, weight (all in): 35.7oz

£200-300

543

A pair of George III chambersticks Thomas Willmore or Whipham London 1765 of conventional form, beaded border, engraved crest, with snuffer

A Georgian small waiter James Shruder, London 1744, of round form, serpentine border, plain flat and raised on hoof feet; together with a Britannia standard small salver, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, London, 1937, of slight canted square form, bracket feet (2)

Weighable silver: 14.1oz

Widths: 15.5cm and 24.5cm, weight (2): 28.9oz

£400-600

£300-450

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A George III mug possibly Samuel Whitford I, London 1762 of baluster form, simple scroll handle, the body with engraved coronet and monograms Height: 9.8cm, weight: 6oz

A George I Britannia standard tazza London 1719, of plain conventional form with slightly raised reeded border, on simple column stem with domed spreading foot rim, with engraved crest to centre

Provenance: The late Earl of Lovelace

Height: 7cm, diameter: 23cm, weight: 16.1oz

£250-400

£800-1,200

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AN IMPORTANT QUEEN ANNE PUNCH BOWL COLIN MCKENZIE, EDINBURGH 1707 £20,000-30,000

THE STORRAR COVERLET A RARE 18TH CENTURY TWO COLOUR WOOL DOUBLE CLOTH COVERLET Estimate on Request

SCOTTISH SILVER & APPLIED ARTS John Mackie | Furniture & Works of Art 0131 557 8844 | john.mackie@lyonandturnbull.com Colin Fraser | Scottish Silver & Jacobite Memorabilia 0131 557 8844 | colin.fraser@lyonandturnbull.com

AUCTION 14 AUGUST 2019 IN EDINBURGH AT 11AM


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recession of any sale not any delay in making full payment for the lot. 11. 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 Sellers 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 contract for 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). (d) to remove, store and insure the lot in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere and to recover from you all costs incurred in respect thereof; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month above the current base rate on all sums outstanding for more than 7 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 which become due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due by you and to exercise a lien over any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. 12. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective Buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective Buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and only accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer or our employees or agents accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and no warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or

statutory, are given. Please note that photographs/images provided may not be fully representative of the condition of the lot and should not be relied upon as indicative of the overall condition of the lot. (2) Condition reports: Condition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Large numbers of such requests are received shortly before each sale and department specialists and administration will endeavour to respond to all requests although we offer no guarantee. Any statement in relation to the lot is merely an expression of opinion of the Seller or us and should not be relied upon as an inducement to bid on the lot. Lots are available for inspection prior to the sale and you are strongly advised to examine any lot in which you are interested prior to the sale. Our condition reports are not prepared by professional conservators, restorers or engineers. Our condition report does not form any contract between us and the Buyer. The condition reports do not affect the Buyer’s obligations in any way. (3) Estimates: Estimates are placed on each lot to help Buyers gauge the sums involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT. Estimates are a matter of opinion and prepared in advance. Estimates may be subject to change and are for guidance only and should not be relied upon. (4) Catalogue Alterations: Lot descriptions and estimates are prepared in advance of the sale and may be subject to change. Any alterations will be announced on the catalogue alteration sheet, made available prior to the sale. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to make themselves aware to any alterations which may have occurred. (5) Electrical Goods: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given. (6) Upholstered items: are sold as “works of art” only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations (items manufactured prior to 1950 are exempt from any regulations). Use of such goods is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties as to safety of the goods are given. We provide no guarantee as to the originality of any wood/material contained within the item. (7) Alcohol: may only be sold to persons aged of 18 years and over. By registering to bid, you affirm that you are at least that age. All collections must be signed for by a person over the age of 18. We reserve the right to ask for ID from the person

collecting. Buyers of alcohol must make appropriate allowances for natural variations of ullages, conditions of corks and wine. We can provide no guarantees as to how the alcohol may have been stored. There is always a risk of cork failure and allowance by the buyer must be made. Alcohol is sold “as is” and quality of the alcohol is entirely at the risk of the Buyer and no warranties are given. (8) 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 appearing in the catalogue. These notices and terms will also form part of our terms and conditions of sales. 13. BOOKS, CLOCKS & WATCHES (1) Books-Collation: If on collation any named item in the sale catalogue proves defective, in text or illustration the Buyer may reject the lot provided he returns it within 21 days of the sale stating the defect in writing. This, however, shall not apply in the case of unnamed items, periodicals, autographed letters, music M.M.S., maps, drawings nor in respect of damage to bindings, stains, foxing, marginal worm holes or other defects not affecting the completeness of the text nor in respect of Defects mentioned in the catalogue, or at the time of sale, nor in respect of lots sold for less than £300. (2) Clocks & Watches: All lots are sold “as seen”, and the absence of any reference to the condition of a clock or watch does not imply the lot is in good condition and without defects, repairs or restorations. Most clocks and watches will have been repaired during their normal lifetime and may now incorporate additional/ newer parts. Furthermore, we make no representation or warranty that any clock or watch is in working order. As clocks and watches often contain fine and complex mechanisms, Buyers should be aware that a general service, change of battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is solely responsible, may be necessary. Buyers should also be aware that we cannot guarantee a watch will remain waterproof if the back is removed. Buyers should be aware that the importing watches such as Rolex, Frank Muller and Corum into the United States is highly restricted. These watches cannot be shipped to the USA and only imported personally. 14. CITES Please be aware that all lots marked with the symbol Y may be subject to CITES regulations when exporting these items outside the EU. These regulations may be found at http:// www.defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/importsexports/cites We accept no liability for any lots which may be subject to CITES but have not be identified as such.

15. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY (a) The same Conditions of Sale (Buyers) shall apply to sales by private treaty. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers. (c) We undertake to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids. (d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale. 16. 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, safety and security arrangements. Accordingly, neither the Auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to, during or after a sale. 17. GENERAL (a) We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email if not available then first class mail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. (c) Notices to us should be in writing and addressed to the Managing Director at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue. (d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other’s prior written consent. No act, omission or delay by us shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights. (f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing. 18. AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEE We guarantee that the authorship, period, or origin (collectively, “Authorship”) of each lot in this catalogue is as stated in the BOLD or CAPITALISED type heading in the catalogue description of the lot, as amended by oral or written saleroom notes or announcements. We make no warranties whatsoever, whether express or implied, with respect to any material in the catalogue other than that appearing in the Bold or Capitalised heading and subject to the exclusions below. In the event Lyon and Turnbull in its reasonable opinion deems that


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the conditions of the authenticity guarantee have been satisfied, it shall refund to the original purchaser of the lot the hammer price and applicable Buyer’s Premium paid for the lot by the original purchaser. This Guarantee does not apply if: (i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the opinion(s) of generally accepted scholar(s) and expert(s) at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; or (ii) the only method of establishing that the Authorship was not as described in the Bold or Capitalised heading at the date of the sale would have been by means or processes not then generally available or accepted; unreasonably expensive or impractical to use; or likely (in our reasonable opinion) to have caused damage to the lot or likely to have caused loss of value to the lot; or (iii) there has been no material loss in value of the lot from its value had it been in accordance with its description in the Bold or Capitalised type heading. This Guarantee is provided for a period of one year from the date of the relevant auction, is solely for the benefit of the original purchaser of the lot at the auction and may not be transferred to any third party. To be able to claim under this Authenticity Guarantee, the original purchaser of the lot must: (i) notify us in writing within one month of receiving any information that causes the original purchaser of record to dispute the accuracy of the Bold or Capitalised type heading, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons for such dispute; and (ii) return the Lot to our registered office in the same condition as at the date of sale to the original purchaser of record and be able to transfer good title to the Lot, free from any third party claims arising after the date of such sale. We have discretion to waive any of the above requirements. We may require the original purchaser of the lot to obtain, at the original purchaser of lot’s cost, the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the field. The reports must be mutually acceptable to us and the original purchaser of the lot. We shall not be bound by any reports produced by the original purchaser of the lot, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. It is specifically understood and agreed that the rescission of a sale and the refund of the original purchase price paid (the successful hammer price, plus the buyer’s premium) is exclusive and in lieu of any other remedy which might otherwise be available as a matter of law. Lyon and Turnbull and the Seller shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages incurred or claimed, including without limitation,

loss of profits or interest. 19. DATA PROTECTION In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of our services, or as required by law, we may ask the Buyer to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Buyer from third parties (e.g. credit information). We will not give out personal information except as may be required by law. If you would like further information on our policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on 0131 557 8844. 20. FORCE MAJEURE We shall be under no liability if they shall be unable to carry out any provision of the Contract of Sale for any reason beyond their control including (without limiting the foregoing) an act of God, legislation, war, fire, flood, drought, failure of power supply, lock-out, strike or other action taken by employees in contemplation or furtherance of a dispute or owing to any inability to procure materials required for the performance of the contract. 21. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law (b) Jurisdiction: The Buyer agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.

CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR SELLERS (UK) 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions of Sale (Sellers): “Auctioneer” means Lyon and Turnbull Ltd (Registered in Scotland No: 191166 | Registered address: 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3RR) or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest possible bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, and/or such person’s principal where bidding as agent; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the rates set out in the Sale Catalogue Guide to Prospective Buyers and an amount in respect of applicable VAT; “Hammer Price” is the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer by the fall of the hammer or in the case of a postauction sale, the agreed sale price; “Item” means each and every item consigned for sale following express written agreement between Lyon and Turnbull and the Seller;

“Lot” means each Item offered for sale by Lyon and Turnbull; “Lower Estimate” means the low estimate provided by Lyon and Turnbull to the Seller in relation to each Item, or in relation to any Item which Lyon and Turnbull holds on behalf of the Seller; “Lyon and Turnbull” means the company which has its registered office at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh, EHI 3RR registered in Scotland No. 191166 “Net Sale Proceeds” are the Hammer Price, less commissions and other charges, of the Lot sold, to the extent received by Lyon and Turnbull in cleared funds; “Proposed Sale” means the intended sale through which the items will be sold on; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price and applicable Buyer’s Premium; “Reserve” means the lowest price below which an item cannot be sold; “Terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which the Auctioneer accepts instructions from Sellers or their agents; “Upper Estimate” means the high estimate provided by Lyon and Turnbull to the Seller in relation to each Item, or in relation to any Item which Lyon and Turnbull holds on behalf of the Seller; “Without reserve” where there is no minimum price at which a lot may be sold (whether at auction or private treaty); “You”, “Your” means the seller. The Seller means you are the owner of the lot or, if you are not the owner of the lot (whether or not you have notified us that you are acting as an agent for a principal), you are duly authorised by the owner of the lot to sell it. “Us”, “Our”, “We” etc refers to Lyon and Turnbull Ltd The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. W  ARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The Seller warrants:(a) that you are the true owner of the property consigned or are properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and are able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. (b) that all requirements have been complied with, legal or otherwise, relating to any export or import of the property consigned, all duties and taxes in respect of the export or import of the lot have (unless agreed in writing with us) been paid and, so far as you and any principal for whom they are acting in relation to the lot are aware, all third parties have complied with such requirements in the past. (c) that you have provided us with any and all information concerning the item’s provenance or any concerns expressed by third parties concerning

its ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, and export or import history; and (d) Unless the Seller advises us in writing to the contrary on delivery of the item to us, there are no restrictions on our rights to reproduce photographs or other images of the item in connection with the sale or any other marketing which will be done in accordance with good taste and decency. If any of (a) (b) (c) and (d) above are incorrect, you will reimburse us and/or the Buyer in full for all claims, costs or expenses incurred by us or the Buyer as a result, whether arising in relation to the Lots or the sale proceeds. 3. PREPARATION FOR SALE (a) We shall decide the way in which a lot may be included in the sale, how any lot is described and illustrated in the catalogue or any report, and the marketing, promotion, date, place and conduct of the sale. (b) We will instruct, consult with, and rely on, any outside experts or restorers, agents or other third parties, and carry out such other due diligence, inquiries, research or tests in relation to the property or its provenance, either before the Proposed Sale as it may deem appropriate in its reasonable discretion. (c) Any oral or written estimate or evaluation or report provided by us is a genuinely held opinion only. It may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the Item, and may in our absolute discretion be revised at any time. (d) The Seller acknowledges that attribution of Items is a matter of opinion and not of fact, and is dependent upon (amongst other things) information provided by the Seller, the condition of the property, the degree of research, examination or testing that is possible or practical in the circumstances, and the status of generally accepted expert opinion at the time of cataloguing. 4. TERMS OF SALE The Seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to these Conditions and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 5. S  TANDARD SELLER FEES AND CHARGES (Subject to VAT) (1) Commission: 15% is charged on the selling price of each lot, (subject to a minimum charge of £45). Loss and damage warranty: 1.5% on value of lots sold. Photography: min charge £30. Online Listing: £10 per lot. (2) Transport: Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process. When organised on the Seller’s behalf the provision of transport will be contracted to third parties. Fees for transport will be deducted at settlement.


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(3) Illustrations: The cost of any illustrations will be borne by the Seller , unless agreed otherwise prior. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, as is the text of the catalogue. (4) Storage: Of the Lots after the sale, where applicable. 6. RESERVES (a) The lots will be sold subject to the Reserve. If the Reserve is not mutually agreed between us and confirmed by you in writing before the sale, the Reserve will be fixed by us in our sole discretion on the basis of our reasonable opinion as to the probable level of bids for the lot. (b) Firm reserves may be no greater than lower pre-sale estimate level. (c) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our agreement. (d) You may not bid or instruct or permit any other person to bid on your behalf on your own property. If the Seller breaches this prohibition, We may treat the Seller as bound as Seller and as Buyer but without the benefit of our Authenticity Guarantee or the reserve, and/or pursue other remedies. 7. LOSS & DAMAGE WARRANTY (a) Subject to condition 7(c) below we will assume liability for loss or damage to an item, commencing at the time that item is taken into physical control and possession by us and ceasing on the earliest date of; (i) when risk passes to the Buyer of the lot following its sale; (ii) for unsold lots, when the lot is released to the Seller, or, within 3 months of the sale;or (iii) 6 months from the date of delivery to us for items still in the possession of us but not consigned for sale (unless part of a long-term storage agreement). (b) We shall charge a loss and damage warranty fee of 1.5% of the hammer price, plus VAT. (c) If any loss or damage should occur to the lot during the period identified in paragraphs (a) above, our liability to compensate the Seller in respect of that loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the upper estimate, or actual loss incurred, whichever is lower. This compensation will be subject to a deduction of a 1.5% loss & warranty fee (subject to VAT). 8. UNSOLD ITEMS (1) If any or all of the lots are unsold and are not re-consigned to us for sale, or are not included in a sale, or are withdrawn from sale for any reason, they must be collected from us within one month. After the date of the sale, or one month after we send you a notice requiring you to collect them (whichever occurs first). If any such lots remain uncollected at the end of such period we shall arrange storage at your expense, which may involve a third party. If such lots are not collected within 90 days after the date of the sale or the date of notice

they may be disposed of as we see fit, which may involve their sale by public auction on such terms as we consider appropriate, including those relating to estimates and reserved, we shall account to you for the proceeds of sale, deducting all amounts due to us. (2) Aftersales: We reserve the right to accept an after-auction offer on a lot on behalf of the seller, at the agreed reserve price or above, for up to 48 hours after the original auction. In which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Conditions apply. 9. LOT WITHDRAWAL If a Seller wishes to withdraw a lot organised 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 ancillary charges 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 ancillary charges incurred (such as photography), all subject to VAT at the current rate. (c) We may withdraw a lot from the proposed sale without any liability if: (i) We reasonably believes that there is any doubt as to the lot’s authenticity, attribution, or provenance; or (ii) it reasonably doubts the accuracy of any of the Seller’s warranties; or (iii) the Seller breaches any provisions of the Conditions of Sale in any material respect; or (iv) the lot suffers from loss or damage so that it is not in the state in which it was when we took delivery of it. (d) if an item is withdrawn from sale under Condition 9(c) (i), or (iv), the Seller shall not be charged a withdrawal fee and the item shall be returned to the Seller or dealt with pursuant to Clause 8, as the Seller decides. 10. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST The Seller authorises us to deduct commission at the stated rate, and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price, and consents to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the Buyer in accordance with these Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. 11. NON-PAYMENT BY THE BUYER (a) We will, where it considers appropriate, take reasonable steps to investigate the ability of bidders to pay for lots and will use reasonable endeavours, in consultation with the Seller, to enforce payment of the Hammer Price by any Buyer. (b) We, in consultation with the Seller, will decide whether to pursue any of

the remedies available to it, including those set out in Condition 10 of the Condition of Sale (Buyers) including the right to cancel the sale and return the property to the Seller. We will inform the Seller of any action which it contemplates taking against the Buyer. (c) lf the Seller elects to take action against any Buyer on its own behalf we will provide the Seller with such assistance as may be reasonably necessary to pursue that action. (d) The Seller hereby agrees to inform us of any action which it chooses to take against the Buyer to enforce payment of the amount due to the Seller. (e) In the event that a Buyer fails to pay for a lot in accordance with the Conditions of Sale for Buyers, that lot will be treated in the same way as an unsold or collected lot. 12. SETTLEMENT PAYMENTS Subject to full payment by the Buyer, payment of the net proceeds of sale due to you will be made over to you 28 working days following a sale. Provided we have received cleared funds. Payment will be made by cheque or BACS (if requested). 13. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY (a) The same Conditions of Sale (Sellers) shall apply to sales by private treaty. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction and subject to our agreed charges for Sellers and Buyers. (c) We undertake to inform the Seller of any offers it receives in relation to an item prior to any Proposed Sale, excluding the normal method of commission bids. (d) For the purposes of a private treaty sale, if a lot is sold in any other currency than Sterling, the exchange rate is to be taken on the date of sale. 14. 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 or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to, during or after a sale. 15. GENERAL (a) We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. (b) Any notice to any Buyer, Seller, bidder or viewer may be given by email, or if not available then first class mail, in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. (c) Notices to us should be in writing and addressed to the Managing Director at 33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR, quoting the reference number specified at the beginning of the sale catalogue.

(d) Should any provision of these Conditions of Sale be held unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Sale are not assignable by either party without the other’s prior written consent, but are binding on the seller’s successor and representatives. No act, omission or delay by us shall be deemed a waiver or release of any of its rights. (f) The contract between the parties may be varied by the parties by agreement and in writing. 16. RECISSION OF SALES We may rescind the sale where it reasonably believes that the lot falls within the terms as defined by our Authenticity Guarantee (see Buyer’s conditions), in this event we shall send the Seller notice of such rescission. The Seller agrees to return to us the Net Sale Proceeds received from the sale of such lot with any additional expenses incurred by us. We will return the property to the Seller upon receipt of the Net Sale Proceeds and Expenses, unless prevented in doing so by reasons outwith our control. The Buyer must satisfy us that the Buyer is entitled to exercise a remedy under the authenticity guarantee within five years of the date of the auction. 17. AGENCY Lyon and Turnbull acts as agent solely for and in the interests of the Seller. We do not act for Buyers in this role and does not give advice to Buyers. When we make a statement about a lot it is doing so on behalf of the Seller of the lot. The Auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by Sellers or Buyers. 18. DATA PROTECTION In connection with the management and operation of our business and the marketing and supply of our services, or as required by law, we may ask the Seller to provide personal information about themselves or obtain information about the Seller from third parties (e.g. credit information). We will not give out personal information except as may be required by law. If you would like further information on Lyon and Turnbull policies on personal data, or to make corrections to your information, please contact us on 0131 557 8844. 19. LAW AND JURISDICTION (a) Governing Law: These Conditions of Sale and all aspects of all matters, transactions or disputes to which they relate or apply shall be governed by, and interpreted in accordance with, Scots law (b) Jurisdiction: The Seller agrees that the Courts of Scotland are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle all disputes arising in connection with all aspects of all matters or transactions to which these Conditions of Sale relate or apply.


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Guide to Bidding & Payment REGISTRATION

HOW TO BID

PAYMENT

All potential buyers must register prior to placing a bid. Registration information may be submitted in person at our registration desk, by email, by fax or on our website. Please note that all first time bidders at Lyon & Turnbull will be asked to supply the following documents in order to facilitate registration:

By phone

Payment is due within seven (7) days of the sale. Lots purchased will not be released until full payment has been received. Payment may be made by the following methods:

1 – Government issued photo ID (Passport/Driving licence) 2 – Proof of address (utility bill/bank statement). We may, at our option, also ask you to provide a bank reference and/or deposit. By registering for the sale, the buyer acknowledges that he or she has read, understood and accepted our Conditions of Sale.

BIDDING At the Sale Registered bidders will be assigned a bidder number and given a paddle for use at the sale. Once the first bid has been placed, the auctioneer asks for higher bids in increments determined by the auctioneer. To place your bid, simply raise your paddle until the auctioneer acknowledges you. Please ensure that the auctioneer repeats your bidder number correctly when confirming the sale. If there is any doubt at this stage as to the hammer price or buyer it must be brought to the auctioneer’s attention immediately. All lots will be invoiced to the name and address given on your registration form, which is non-transferable.

A limited number of telephone lines are available for bidding by phone through a Lyon & Turnbull representative. Phone lines must be reserved in advance. All bid requests must be received an hour before the sale. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing, listing the relevant lots and appropriate number to be called. We recommend that a covering bid is also left in the event that we are unable to make the call. We cannot guarantee that lines will be available, or that we will be able to call you on the day, but will endeavour to undertake such bids to the best of our abilities. This service is available entirely at our discretion and at the bidder’s risk. In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and/or the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will bid on your behalf up to the limit indicated. In the event of receiving two identical bids the first one received will take precedence All bids must be received an hour before the sale. This service is provided entirely at the bidder’s risk. On the internet A fully-illustrated catalogue is available on our website. Registered bidders may leave absentee bids through the website and will receive email confirmation of their bid. Live online bidding is also available - access through our website, or download the live bidding app L&T Live. This service is offered for no additional fee.

Bank Transfer Account details are included on any invoices we issue or upon request from our accounts department. Credit or Debit Cards Payment can be made by Visa Debit, Maestro, Mastercard or Visa Credit cards. Online Card Payments We no longer accept card payments by phone. Please use our online payment service (provided by Cardstream/Credorax). You will find a link to this service in any email invoice issued or you can visit the payments section of our website. Cheque Cheques should be made payable to Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve the right to wait until cheques have been cleared by our bankers before releasing bought goods. Cheques can be cleared prior to sale on request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cash payments are limited to £5,000.


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