Sunday’s jewellery auction was a busy evening again with watches proving to be popular purchases bringing some strong prices. Gold jewellery of all forms sold well along with antique, good quality unusual and jewellery such as lot 1201.

Lot 1255

A 9ct gold fancy link bracelet with padlock clasp having two gold sovereigns in detachable mounts, 1872 & 1981, a half sovereign in detachable mount, 1903, a 1/2 ounce gold Britannia coin in detachable mount, 1987 and a yellow metal Charles & Diana coin in detachable mount, 1981, GW approx 80g

Sold: £1,800

Lot 1313

A gent’s Omega Dynamic III automatic wrist watch of Dirty Dozen design, model no: 52005000, having Super Lume Arabic numeral dial and date aperture to black face in steel case with sapphire crystal glass, screw down crown and bracelet strap. 36mm case with warranty card and instruction booklet dated November 2000 and spare strap links.

Sold: £1,140

Lot 1295

A 1930’s 9ct gold cased Tudor (Rolex) gentleman’s wristwatch, with Arabic hours enclosing the subsidiary seconds dial and makers details, the case back marked internally Oyster Watch Co .375, movement unmarked, the bracelet marked ‘B&S’ 9ct, 3.5cm to crown, 42grams.

Sold: £900

Lot 1201

A Victorian yellow metal mounted double shell brooch, ornamented with diamond set spider and foliage with one seed pearl, 3.5cm, 5.4grams gross

Sold: £720

Lot 1294

A gent’s 9ct gold wrist watch by Mondia having a baton numeral dial to silvered face in a 9ct gold case with 9ct gold brick link bracelet strap, approx 58.9g with copy of recent insurance valuation

Sold: £540