Jewellery highlights from 7th October

Lot  156:

A lady’s dress ring having a central cushion cut diamond, approx 1ct to diamond set surround and shoulders, approx 0.75ct in a collared and pave mount on a white metal loop stamped plat,  size K.  SOLD : £3,900.

Lot 157:

A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks having blue and green enamelled panels with bar and chain links. SOLD : £360.

Lot 191:

An Edwardian lady’s dress ring having a trio of diamonds, approx 1ct to diamond set crossover shoulders, approx 0.3ct on a white and yellow metal loop, no marks probably 18ct gold and platinum,  size I.  SOLD : £1,000.

Lot 198:

A pair of diamond solitaire stud earrings, each approx 0.75ct in 4 claw white metal mounts, no marks but previously tested as 18ct white gold SOLD : £1,500.

Lot 204:

A lady’s half eternity ring having a double row of channel set diamonds, total approx 0.75ct on a platinum loop.  SOLD : £900.

Lot 206:

A pair of diamond solitaire stud earrings, each approx 0.50ct in 4 claw 18ct white gold mounts, stones of good colour and clarity.  SOLD : £950.

Lot 228:

A 9ct gold graduated fancy link necklace,  approx 16″.  SOLD : £300.

Lot 256:

A gent’s 18ct gold 2006 1st Edition wrist watch by J & T Windmills, no: 00125/150 having a Roman numeral dial, subsidiary seconds and periphery dial in 18ct gold case on leather strap. SOLD : £440.

Lot 354:

A string of graduated oval butterscotch amber beads having a 9ct gold clasp.  SOLD : £380.

Lot 375:

A string of baroque style pale pink cultured pearls of even size, with 1960’s receipt from Singapore.  SOLD : £100.

 

Silver highlights from 7th October

Lot 3:

A Silver coffee pot of elongated canted urn form having initial C to front, hard wood handle and oval pedestal foot, with silver rimmed net inside,Sheffield 1926, William Hutton & Sons Ltd. SOLD : £180.

Lot 4:

A William IV silver pedestal mug having fluted body, moulded handle, gilt interior and pedestal foot, London 1835, John Henry Charles Lias. SOLD : £130.

Lot 5:

An Irish Art Nouveau silver vase of fluted square form having four moulded shaped side handles, Dublin 1903, marks worn, probably West & Son.  SOLD : £340.

Lot 24:

A Victorian Scottish silver toddy spoon of traditional form, Dundee hallmarks, makers mark Alexander Cameron. SOLD : £90.

Lot 40:

A Tiffany & Co silver ball point pen having striped decoration and stamped Cross sterling silver, made in USA, with slip case and box.  SOLD : £65.

Lot 60:

A Georgian Irish silver straining spoon in the fiddle back pattern with central straining panel and crest to terminal, Dublin 1803, William Ward. SOLD : £200.

Lot 76:

A pair of silver candle sticks of tapered oval form having removable sconces, and weighted stepped bases, Birmingham 1925, Ellis & Co. SOLD : £200.