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September Jewellery, Watches & Silver Sale: Preview

12th August 2021.

An array of period and modern jewellery, vintage and collectable watches and antique and contemporary silver is on offer in the Jewellery, Watches & Silver Sale on 18th September. Over 360 lots will be on offer in the sale, which will be open for viewing from Tuesday 14th September. Highlights include:


Period jewellery including:

A Late 19th Century Pearl and Diamond Brooch, the ribbon motif set throughout with rose cut diamonds, with a button pearl centrally, suspending a baroque pearl, total estimated diamond weight 0.45 carat approximately, length 4.5cm

Estimate: £1,500-2,000


An Edwardian Aquamarine and Split Pearl Necklace, a cushion cut aquamarine suspends a yellow knife edge bar interspaced by a trefoil of split pearls terminating to a larger cushion cut aquamarine, in yellow claw settings, to a figaro link chain, drop length 5.1cm, necklace length 41.5cm

Estimate: £150-200


A Silver French Arts & Crafts Bracelet, by Wiese, late 19th century, formed of ten chain linked square openwork quatrefoil foliate plaques, length 19cm

Estimate: £400-600


A Silver Brooch, by Georg Jensen, the square frame with a wheatsheaf diagonally and a bird in each corner, numbered 250, measures 3.9cm by 3.9cm

Estimate: £100-200


Attractive selection of pendants and brooches:


An Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant on Chain, the pear shaped aquamarine overlaid with round brilliant cut diamond detailing, in white claw settings, on a white and yellow snake link chain, total estimated diamond weight 0.35 carat approximately, pendant length 4.6cm, chain length 44cm

Estimate: £1,000-1,500


A Tanzanite and Diamond Pendant on Chain, three graduated round brilliant cut diamonds spaced by white knife edge bars, suspend a trilliant cut tanzanite, in claw and rubbed over settings, on a snake link chain, total estimated diamond weight 1.00 carat approximately, drop length 4.0cm, chain length 45cm

Estimate: £500-700


An Emerald, Ruby and Diamond Brooch, realistically modelled as two birds of paradise, one with yellow textured feathers and a round cut ruby eye, the other set throughout with round brilliant cut diamonds in white pavé settings with a round cut ruby eye, both perched upon a branch set throughout with round brilliant cut diamonds and oval cut emeralds, in white and yellow claw settings, total estimated diamond weight 1.50 carat approximately, length 5.8cm

Estimate: £1,000-1,500


A Contemporary Silver Necklace, Bracelet and Earring Suite, by Kate Denby, of geometric design, formed of square domed plaques overlaid with a yellow plain polished plaque interspaced by knife edge bars, necklace length 42.5cm, bracelet length 18.5cm, earrings measure 1.7cm by 2.0cm, with post fittings

Estimate: £200-300




A Private Collection of Pocket Watches including:

A Silver Pair Cased Verge Repousse Pocket Watch, signed Higgs & Evans, London, 1784, chain fusee verge movement signed and numbered 8995, scroll pierced pillars, silver dust cover signed and numbered, enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and signed, beetle hour hand, outer repousse case decorated with figures and scroll borders, inner case with maker's mark IR, London hallmark for 1784 and numbered 8995,  49mm wide see illustration    

Estimate: £300-350


A Stainless Steel Automatic Calendar Centre Seconds Diver's Wristwatch, signed Bulova, model: Snorkel, waterproof 666 feet, circa 1965, lever movement, black dial with luminous Arabic and baton markers, date aperture, rotating 60-minute scale bezel, screw back, 35mm wide see illustration

Estimate: £300-400


A Stainless Steel Alarm Travelling Timepiece, signed Cartier, ref: 2876, circa 2007, quartz movement, black dial with Arabic and baton markers, alarm hand, luminous hands, back cover signed Cartier and numbered 585112GD 2876, with attached leather pouch, 60mm wide, with Cartier box and International guarantee booklet see illustration

Estimate: £200-300



A Queen Anne Provincial Silver Two-Handled Cup, by John Langwith, York, 1709, inverted bell-shaped and on spreading foot, with two scroll handles and a reeded band, engraved 'H I*I to I*S' within a foliage cartouche, 11.4cm high, 18.5cm wide over handles, 9oz 14dwt, 302gr

Estimate: £700-1000


A James I Silver Seal-Top Spoon, Maker's Mark WF, Probably for William Frend, London, 1620, the baluster terminal cast with foliage and prick engraved with initials 'V' over 'WS', the bowl later engraved with initials 'B' over 'I*E', 16cm long, 1oz 3dwt, 36gr

Estimate: £400-600


A Victorian Silver Sweet-Meat Dish, by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath, London, 1882, After Design 2074 by Christopher Dresser, oval and with a rolled-in rim, with overhead swing handle, 16.5cm wide, 5oz 11dwt, 173gr

Estimate: £300-500

A Russian Silver-Gilt and Niello Drinking-Vessel, by Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow, 1874, baluster and with angular scroll handle, engraved to simulate staves, the foot, rim and body with niello heightened foliage scroll bands, with a further adage, 10.5cm high, 6oz 14dwt, 209gr

Estimate: £500-800

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