Hammer highlights from the Antique and Vintage Jewellery and Watches 1 auction, which ended Sunday 6th March.

Georg Jensen jewellery sold well, and the prices achieved on gold jewellery reflect a keen interest in gold that often rises when there are troubles in the world.

Lot 806

A pair of silver stud earrings by Georg Jensen modelled as acorns from a flower drop, model no 4, approx 7.4g

Sold: £240

Lot 853

A yellow metal signet ring stamped 18 having an inset champagne coloured old cut diamond, approx 1ct, (AF) size G & 7.6g

Sold: £1,140

Lot 911

A vintage Rolex Oyster manual wind wrist watch having baton numeral dial with subsidiary seconds, in steel case numbered 014583 to reverse, on a graduated steel bracelet strap, with original case, face approx 25mm diameter

Sold: £1,320

Lot 920

A small 18ct gold top wound pocket watch having Roman numeral dial to engraved gold face in plain case bearing monogram to reverse, GW approx 48.8g

Sold: £470

Lot 927

A 9ct rose gold watch chain with T bar, 18ct gold St John’s Ambulance medallion fob and gold plated pocket watch by Waltham, chain approx 28g, fob approx 5g

Sold: £580

Lot 1051

A silver link bracelet of chunky form by Georg Jensen having bar and loop clasp and later fitted safety chain, approx 83.7g

Sold: £720