Hammer highlights from the Antique and Vintage Fine Jewellery and Watches 6 auction, which ended on Sunday 12th December.

Lot 821

A Victorian diamond cluster crescent brooch with a total of approx 6ct of old cut diamonds in five graduated clusters with further diamonds set to sides and points set in white and yellow metal, no marks but tests as gold and platinum, approx 10.5g & 38mm diameter.

Estimate: £1,500-£2,000
Sold: £4,150

Lot 987

A long string of butterscotch amber beads of oval form with concealed barrel clasp, approx 32′ & 91.3g

Estimate: £400-£600
Sold: £860

Lot 815

A diamond solitaire dress ring, approx 1ct in an eight claw coronet mount to knife blade shoulders on an 18ct gold loop, size N & apprx 3.2g, with insurance certificate

Stone is 1ct. insurance certificate states stone is H-I/P2 brilliant cut with value of £3800 in 2013

Estimate: £1,200-£1,800
Sold: £1,440

Lot 858

A ruby and diamond dress ring having three rubies interspersed by two old cut diamonds in a gallery mount on an 18ct gold loop, size N & approx 3.6g, (central ruby pushed)

Estimate: £150-£200
Sold: £430

Lot 857

A diamond solitaire dress ring, approx 0.45ct in a collared coronet mount to open moulded shoulder on an 18ct gold loop, size O and approx 2.8g

Estimate: £300-£400
Sold: £470