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Jewellery & Watches, Silver & Gold
Specialist Sale including antique and modern jewellery, watches, silver, gold, vertu, coins and bank notes.
Filtering Category: Jewellery - Antique and Modern
Lot 226A group of ten gold, yellow and white metal rings, comprising a 22ct yellow gold wedding band, size J/K, 6.2g, a 14ct yellow gold signet ring set with an oval carnelian, 14 by 11mm, size P, 3.2g, an 18ct yellow gold ring set with five small diamonds (missing two) in a star pattern, size O/P, 3.4g, an 18ct and platinum illusion set three stone diamond ring (missing one), size N, 2.1g, a 9ct yellow gold signet ring with engraved initials, clipped band, 2.4g, two 9ct yellow gold cameo rings, size P and K, 3.3g and 1.6g, an unmarked yellow metal flowerhead ring, size H, 1.3g, and two matching white metal rings, one set with a 0.1ct diamond, clipped bands, 5.8g combined. (10).
Lot 235A group of jewellery, including an 18ct gold necklace and an 18ct gold chain, 10.9g total, a 15ct gold pendant formed as two bees, 4.2g, an 18ct gold and diamond illusion set ring, 2.4g, two pairs of 9ct gold and pearl earrings and a 9ct gold Egypt badge, 8.1g total, and further items of jewellery including a jade pendant, four brooches, and a pink bead and yellow metal necklace. (20).
Lot 236A Victorian or Edwardian 15ct gold sweetheart brooch, the marquis shaped body set with diamond chips in the form of a pair of joined hearts beneath a bow, red guilloche enamelled ground further encircled by white enamelled band and seed pearls attached to the rim, unmarked but tests as 15ct gold, 5.3g, in original box marked 'Frazer and Haws from Garrards, 31 Regent Street, Piccadilly'..
Lot 240An 18ct white gold, sapphire and diamond dress ring, with pear cut central sapphire of approximately 7.12mm by 5.35mm, surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.02ct, size P, 3.9g total weight, complete with original box from Hong Kong jewellers in the 1970s..
Lot 245A 19th century and later diamond flowerhead ring, the central old cut diamond approx 1ct, 6mm across, encircled by ten old cut diamonds and other white stones, approx 1.5ct total diamond weight including central stone, with later 9ct white gold shank and likely silver circular support set with diamond and other white stone chips, size N, 5.1g, with modern box and receipt dated 2015 from John Lewis for the ring totalling £1935.00..
Lot 247An 18ct gold three stone diamond ring, the central diamond of approx 0.25cts flanked by two diamonds of approx 0.2cts, approx 0.65cts total diamond weight, size N, 4g, together with an 18ct gold wishbone form wedding band shaped to fit around the diamond ring, size N/O, 3g. (2).
Lot 250Motorcycle Racing Sport: a collection of 9ct gold and enamel medals, all awarded to Tom Morton during the 1920's, comprising a 'Scottish Six Days Reliability Trial 1920' medal, in original box, two enamelled 'Birmingham Motorcycle Club' medals for 1925 and 1926, two 'Newcastle and District Motor Club Travers Trial' medals for April 1928 and April 1929, an 'Auto Cycle Union' medal for Six Days Standard Stock Trial 1927, an enamelled 'Wye Valley Motor Cycle and Light Car Club' Speed Trial medal, Hereford 1924, and a 'Pebbles Open Reliability M.C. Trial 1920' medal on 9ct gold chain, 67.7g combined weight. (9).
Lot 253A Victor Mayer for Faberge 18ct white gold egg pendant, blue guilloche enamelled and set with 0.05ct diamond to centre, limited edition numbered 135 of 1000, together with a conforming 18ct white gold Faberge chain, double headed eagle detailing near clasp, 25.4g total, each with certificate, in original boxes..
Lot 254A diamond and ruby dress ring of asymmetrical cluster form, set in white gold or platinum, composed of 10 brilliant cut diamonds and 12 baguette cut rubies, largest diamond approximately 3.5mm, total approximate diamond weight 0.9ct, the rubies each of approximately 4.5 by 1.8mm, marks rubbed, size O, 6.2g..
Lot 257A late Medieval gold sweetheart or posy ring, possibly Norman, engraved with flowers amidst inscription 'De Bon Cuer', meaning 'Of Good Heart', size L, 2.4g, circa 1350 - 1500 AD, with copy of find verification.
Provenance: Found by metal detector in a field around Middleton, Northamptonshire - please see https://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/879990 for further details..
Lot 259A fine set of three 18ct gold bangles, retailed by Garrard and Co, each bangle of matching sinuous form, two of plain 18ct yellow gold and the third of 18ct white gold set with 25 diamonds, each stone approximately 0.05ct and total diamond weight for the bangle approximately 1.25ct, all with hinged clasps, marked 750 and makers mark LJ to each bangle, each 6.1 by 5cm, 49g total, in original fitted box..