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Two 9ct gold certificated gem set pendants, comprising a Mozambique garnet and diamond example and a fire beryl, both in white gold, garnet of triangular mixed cut with diamond set bale, 1.5cm x 1cm and oval mixed cut claw set beryl pendant, 2cm x 1cm, total weight 3.6g (2)

Two certificated 9ct gold gem set pendants, comprising an oval mixed cut labradorite and spessartite garnet, each 1.8cm x 1cm, 3.5g (2)

Two 9ct gold beryl set pendants, comprising an aquamarine oval mixed cut with topaz set top in four claw rose gold setting, 2.6cm x 1.2cm together with a medina morganite and diamond drop pendant with oval shaped bale, illusion set diamond spacer with a mixed faceted table oval cut morganite, 2.9cm x 1cm (2)

A 9ct gold certificated alexandrite and diamond pendant, the central round cut claw set alexandrites surrounded by illusion set eight cut diamonds in a white gold oval setting, 2.3cm x 1.3cm, 3g

A certificated 9ct rose quartz and diamond set yellow gold pendant, the rose quartz oval mixed cut in claw setting surrounded in an ornate diamond set oval mount, 3cm x 2.6cm, 4.1g

A certificated 9ct gold Brazilian kunzite and diamond white gold dress ring, the oval mixed cut claw set kunzite weighing 4.6ct, with diamond set shoulders, ring size N, 4.6g

A certificated 9ct gold alexandrite dress ring, the eight oval mixed cut stones in claw settings in two rows on a plain white gold shank, 1.54ct, ring size N, 3.6g

A certificated 9ct gold green amethyst dress ring, oval cut with cabochon table and cut pavilion in six claw setting, ring size N, 4.4g

A certificated 9ct gold diamond dress ring, the bombe shaped diamond encrusted setting set with round claw set diamonds, with a pierced shank in white gold, approximate diamond weight 1.70ct, ring size N, 10g

A certificated 9ct gold Russian alexandrite dress ring, of tablet design with central panel of ten round cut stones in claw settings having two pairs of gem set stepped shoulders all in yellow gold, approximate alexandrite weight 1.50ct, ring size N, 4.3g

A certificated 9ct gold medina morganite and diamond dress ring, oval mixed cut in claw setting with diamond set shoulders, the beryl 3.2ct, ring size N, 3g

Three certificated loose amethysts, comprising a Uruguayan baguette cut 7.8ct, an oval 27ct and a pear shaped 14ct example (3)

A certificated Zambian emerald necklace, the graduated faceted cut beads united by a silver clasp, total emerald weight, 38ct, 24cm, 11g

A certificated lady's diamond bezel wristwatch with leather strap, the mother of pearl face with numerals and 12 and 6 and buttons at 9 and 3 with fifty eight cut diamonds weighing approximately 0.15ct in hardwood box

A certificated gentleman's wristwatch, large white rectangular face in stainless steel mount set with Mozambique garnets on a leather strap, in card case

A certificated seven strand multi bead tanzanite necklace, the faceted beads of slightly graduated design on a hand crafted silk adjustable cord, 227 carats of tanzanite, 51cm at its longest

A certificated black diamond single strand necklace, of graduated design on silver cord and adjustable silk clasp, largest round faceted bead 6mm, smallest 3mm, weighing approximately 50ct, maximum length 42cm

Fifteen marquise cut loose topaz, blue in colour, 45ct (15)

A George III 'Long Live the King' 1789 commemorative button, of circular design with impressed crown above the motto 'Long Live the King' in ornate ribbon, with rose and thistle at base surrounded by a stipple bezel, verso with loop bale, 3.5cm long, 7.1g Provenance: Recently excavated in Shropshire, these buttons were struck in Birmingham in 1789 to celebrate George III's recovery from Porphyria

A collection of silver Georgian and Victorian coins, including a George III crown, a Victorian 1889 full crown, a Victorian double florin, various Victorian half crowns, two George V half crowns and other coins

A collection of silver plated, gilt metal gentleman's, lady's and automobile fob watches including a quantity of travel watches, a desk spinning clock/thermometer/barometer and other items

A Victorian open faced fob watch by Brooks Banks, white face, roman numerals, second subsidiary second hand, Chester 1887, 5.6cm diameter, 148g

A George V silver open faced fob watch by H Samuel, white enamel dial, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary dial, missing glass, face cracked, Birmingham 1910, 5.3cm diameter, 135g

A Victorian open faced fob watch, white enamel dial, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary dial, missing glass, Birmingham 1900, 5.3cm diameter, 125g

A continental open faced white metal fob watch, circa 1900, white face, roman numerals, 5cm diameter, 104g

A George III silver pair cased fob watch by William Morgan, London 1808, white enamel face, roman numerals, af to face and case, 5.5cm diameter, 110g

A Victorian Improved Chronograph fob watch, with white face, Arabic and roman numerals, missing back case, Chester 1881, 6cm diameter, 142g

A continental open faced white metal fob watch, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary, 5cm diameter, 101g

A Victorian silver open faced fob watch by Adam Burdess of Coventry, white enamel face, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary, 4.8cm diameter, 106g

A Victorian silver open faced fob watch, white enamel dial, seconds subsidiary, Birmingham 1876, 5.5cm diameter, 142g

An Edwardian silver open faced pocket watch, with Waltham movement, white enamel dial, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary, marked Faringdon Road, Birmingham 1906, 4.6cm, 90g

A continental white metal open faced fob watch, white enamel face, seconds subsidiary, 5cm diameter, 102g, heavily af

A Victorian silver open faced fob watch, by H Cooper of Worcester, white enamel face, seconds subsidiary, dated London 1859, 4.6cm diameter, 97g

A Victorian silver open faced fob watch, white enamel face, roman numerals, seconds subsidiary, 4.4cm diameter, 94g together with a continental white faced fob watch with missing glass, 4.8cm diameter, 73g (2)

Three continental lady's open faced fob watches, all with white enamel dials, roman numerals, some af, total weight 126g (3)

Three continental lady's open faced fob watches, two with glass fronts, the other missing glass and af, 138g (3)

Five miscellaneous open faced fob watches, in brass, gun metal and white metal cases, all with white faces and roman numerals, 375g (5)

An Edwardian electro plated vesta case, a Japanese Meiji period brass vesta case and an Edwardian fob watch style compass (3)

A 9ct gold amethyst dress ring, the mixed cut rectangular claw set amethyst with pierced set shoulders, plain gold shank, QVC hallmark, ring size R, 2.2g in box

A quantity of costume jewellery, including an electro plated belt, various continental bangles, paste set rings, porcelain Limoges brooch, paste set Maltese cross and other items

A WWI open faced fob watch, with black face, seconds subsidiary and Arabic numerals, a chromed Ingersoll fob watch, various paste jewels, a £5 coin and various items of costume jewels

John Pinches cased set The Hundred Greatest Cars in silver, four missing with associated catalogue

A collection of silver jewellery, including paste set rings, with tiger's eye, smoky quartz, cameos etc together with a coin bracelet from Belgium, malachite bangle, marcasite dress watch and other items, 238g in total

A silver compact with engine turned ribbed design, a silver cigarette case white metal chain and a small silver box, total weight 215g

A George VI police medal, awarded to William E Hughes of Northumberland Force 666, a group of reproduction miniature gallantry medals, a UN Korea medal, a reproduction Iron Cross marked 800 and various other police and continental medals

Three silver medallions, for The National Association of School Masters, The Institute of Building and a George V Piano Forte medal, 83g

A collection of silver and silver plated ware, including a pair of silver dwarf candlesticks, 14cm high, a cut glass silver topped scent bottle (af) 12 cm high, a pair of German continental bon bon dishes, fruit knives and various other items

An Edward VII silver bowl, with inset 1787 silver coin having splayed shaped and cut rim, dated London 1901, 64g


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