Property of a lady - a George III 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, 'Josh Johnson / 25, Church Street, Liverpool', and numbered '6659', the case hallmarked London 1801, 55mm diameter, approximately 141.3 grams.
Property of a lady - a 9ct gold cased keyless wind open faced pocket watch, the dial inscribed 'ENGLISH LEVER', 50mm diameter, approximately 92 grams, appears to be working but no guarantees are given as to accuracy or reliability, boxed.
Property of a gentleman - a Swiss 9ct gold cased fob watch, circa 1900, with decorative pale pink enamel dial, 39mm diameter, approximately 47.8 grams, appears to be working but no guarantees are given as to accuracy or reliability, boxed.
The Henry & Tricia Byrom Collection - a late Victorian silver cased open faced pocket watch with sweep seconds & stop/start, unsigned, Birmingham 1899, 55mm diameter, appears to be running but the stop-start lever is not working.
Property of a gentleman - a 14ct gold cased fob watch, 36mm diameter, approximately 31.4 grams gross (the dust cover not gold), on ornate gilt metal watch chain with key & propelling pencil; together with a silver fob watch on silver watch chain, with key (2).
Property of a gentleman - a gentleman's Omega Constellation automatic chronometer stainless steel cased wristwatch, appears to be working but no guarantees are given as to accuracy or reliability, on black leather strap.
Property of a lady - a gentleman's Omega Geneve stainless steel cased automatic wristwatch, appears to be working but no guarantees are given as to accuracy or reliability, on matching Omega stainless steel bracelet strap with extra links, in original box & outer box, with original paperwork dated 1975.
Property of a gentleman - a gentleman's Luminor Marina Panerai Automatic watch, 45mm including crown, on Panerai strap, together with a quantity of related Panerai service records. Condition - very good and appears to be working but no guarantees are given as to accuracy or reliability.
A pair of 14ct yellow gold ruby & diamond earrings, with post & butterfly fastenings, each set with an oval cushion cut ruby set within a border of baguette cut diamonds, the diamond shaped panels each measuring approximately 11 by 8mm (2).
Property of a deceased estate - a group of five gold rings, Victorian & later, including an 18ct gold turquoise five stone ring, and a 15ct gold sapphire & diamond ring (the other three all 9ct) (approximately 11.9 grams total) (5).
Property of a deceased estate - a cultured pearl single strand necklace, the largest of the graduated pearls measuring approximately 7.3mm diameter, the unmarked yellow gold flowerhead clasp set with eight rose cut diamonds, the string broken with part of clasp missing.
A Belle Epoque style unmarked yellow gold sapphire & diamond ring, the pierced oval setting with four oval cut sapphires weighing a total of approximately 1.64 carats, with five small round cut diamonds, the setting approximately 19 by 15mm, size M/N.
Property of a lady - a bag containing assorted jewellery including a boxed 9ct gold ruby & diamond pendant on chain necklace, and a gent's 18ct yellow gold signet ring, the gent's ring approximately 3.7 grams (a lot).
Property of a deceased estate - an 18ct yellow gold emerald & diamond twin heart ring, with a cut pear shaped emerald & similarly cut diamond, the ribbon & borders with pave set diamonds, approximately 4.5 grams, size P, boxed.