Specialist silver and jewellery valuer, Jackie Rothwell has shared her 5th August preview with us below. There’s a great selection of silver tea sets and Omega watches going under the hammer.

There are eight Omega watches of various eras from the 1930s to present day including ladies, gents, steel, 9ct and 18ct gold. Selling will start at 10 am as usual, with live-action and bidding also available online.

Lot 237.
A gents yellow metal automatic wristwatch by Omega having baton numeral dial, sweeping seconds hand and date aperture to circular champagne face in a yellow metal case stamped Tool 106 to reverse, on a later black leather strap.

Est £200-£300


Lot 239.
A lady’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch having a baton numeral dial to circular face on a 9ct gold woven bracelet strap, in original case.

Est £200-£300


Lot 240.
A lady’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch having a baton numeral dial to circular face on a 9ct gold woven bracelet strap, in original case.

Est £250-£300


Lot 241.
A gent’s Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic wristwatch no:23638565, having baton dial and sweeping second hand to the silvered face in steal on black leather strap.

Est £200-£300


Lot 244.
A gents 9ct gold Omega De Ville wristwatch having baton numerals to square face on later gold plated stretch strap.

Est £120-£180


Lot 250.
A gent’s 1970’s Omega Geneve automatic wristwatch having baton numeral dial and date aperture to silvered face on a later leather strap.

Est £100-£150


Lot 253.
A gent’s 1930’s Omega steel wristwatch, serial no: 8734681 having a baton and Arabic numeral dial with subsidiary seconds on a later stretch strap.

Est £70-£100


Lot 258.
A gents 18ct gold Omega quartz wristwatch having a baton numeral dial with date aperture to silvered face in slim plain case, numbered 58302218, on a black leather strap.

Est £800-£1200


Jackie has also shared an early preview of these five tea sets from the August 5th silver section.

Selling will start at 10 am as usual, with live-action and bidding also available online.

Lot 5.
A silver three-piece tea set of squat urn form having moulded and pierced decoration to rim, gadrooned body, acanthus leaf decorated loop handles and ivory knop, Birmingham 1927, Henry Matthews.

Est £300-£400


Lot 32.
A four-piece silver tea set of 1930’s form having engine turned architectural detail, hardwood handles, and circular pedestal feet, Sheffield 1936, Walker & Hall.

Est £400-£500


Lot 71.
A four-piece silver tea set of plain oval form having bow and swag decoration and fruitwood handles, Sheffield 1924, makers mark AW JH.

Est £400-£500


Lot 76.
A Georgian silver three-piece tea set of melon form having extensive rococo style decoration with country and floral scenic panels, Grecian head finials to handles, moulded rims, gilt wash to interiors of cream jug and sucre and fox masks to bracket feet, London 1821, Joseph Angell I.

Est £700-£1000


Lot 78.
A silver three-piece breakfast tea set of plain form bearing monogram to side and having softwood handle, Sheffield 1963, Prestons Ltd.

Est £280-£320