Valuer’s highlights from the ‘Fine Antique and Vintage Jewellery and Watches 3G’, which ended on Sunday 4th July.
A gent’s stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust automatic wrist watch, circa 1989/90 having a baton numeral dial with sweeping second hand and date aperture to silvered face having a milled bezel and sapphire crystal glass to steel case, approx 36mm, on a Jubilee bracelet strap, no case or paperwork with the watch
An Edwardian 18ct gold top wound Hunter chronograph pocket watch, movement no: 16881 having a Roman numeral dial with perimeter seconds to white enamel face in a plain 18ct gold case, with original receipt dated 1904, GW approx 132.6g
A lady’s three stone old cut diamond trilogy ring, total approx 1.75ct in a claw set basket mount on a white metal loop stamped PLAT, size Q/R, approx 4.8g
A 9ct rose gold curb link watch, approx 18’& 26.8g
A gent’s Chronosport computer wrist watch having multiple dials to black face with altitude bezel in steel case no:12657, with black leather strap, possibly designed for military/gliding pilots