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This sale was held on Saturday 10th October 2020 at 10:30am

Cartier - an early 20th century Belle Epoque platinum & diamond cocktail wristwatch by Cartier, circa 1920, on three strand seed pearl bracelet, French marks to case, in associated Cartier box.

£7,000 - £9,000

Property of a gentleman - a gentleman's Omega De Ville 9ct gold cased wristwatch, on brown leather strap (in working order).

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - a lady's Omega 9ct gold cased wristwatch; together with another lady's 9ct gold cased Swiss watch with 9ct gold sprung link bracelet strap (2).

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - two early 20th century silver cased fob watches, one on a silver bracelet strap; together with another pocket watch; and a silver pocket watch case only (4).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a George III silver pair cased pocket watch by Bannister, London, the chain fusee movement with verge escapement, London 1808; together with two silver fob watches; and a quantity of watch chains (a lot).

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a lady's Accurist 9ct gold cased wristwatch on 9ct gold bracelet strap, approximately 12.4 grams gross; together with a lady's Bulova gold plated wristwatch, with 17-jewel movement, in original box (2).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - two silver pocket watches, one in base metal travel case; together with a silver cigarette case; a silver jam spoon; and a 19th century American silver spoon with shell bowl, stamped 'W.M. ROOT' and 'PITTSFIELD' (5).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a George III silver hunter pocket watch, the fusee movement with verge escapement, finely engraved balance cock with diamond endstone, engraved 'A. KEATING / Strand / London' and numbered 9809, the enamel dial with subidiary seconds dial & snake hands, hallmarked London 1814.

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a 14ct gold half hunter pocket watch, the enamel dial marked 'MAKER TO THE ADMIRALTY / E.A. CHANDLER / LEAMINGTON SPA', on 9ct gold watch chain (the winding knob, suspension ring, and chain swivel not gold), the watch 88.1 grams gross, the chain 27.7 grams (including swivel).

£400 - £600

Property of a deceased estate - a gentleman's boxed Seiko SQ day/date watch on original bracelet strap; together with a lady's Seiko Lassale watch on original bracelet strap; a gentleman's boxed Skagen chronograph watch; a gentleman's Fila chronograph watch; a gentleman's boxed Sekonda 50 metres chronograph watch; a gentleman's Timex automatic 25 metres water resistant watch; and a gentleman's Sekonda...

£40 - £60

Property of a gentleman - a lady's Rotary 9ct gold cased wristwatch on integral 9ct gold bracelet strap, approximately 14.0 grams, boxed; together with a similar Rotary gold plated watch (2).

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - an early 20th century 14ct gold cased keyless wind fob watch, approximately 27.9 grams gross, boxed.

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a J.W. Benson silver cased half hunter pocket watch on silver albert watch chain with swivel fob, the watch with blue enamel Roman numerals, hallmarked London 1938, in original box; together with a silver cased fob watch, on associated thin silver chain; and a J.W. Benson wristwatch with engine turned dial (3).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - an Omega military wristwatch, stamped to back 'H.S.^8' over '6536', runs for a about a minute (on one occasion for a few minutes) before stopping, suggesting just a clean required.

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a gentleman's 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with Swiss 15-jewel movement, London 1928, on brown leather strap; together with a yellow metal portrait pendant; and a part chain (3).

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a lady's Longines automatic stainless steel cased wristwatch; together with a 9ct gold cased wristwatch on gold plated bracelet strap (2).

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a gentleman's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King wristwatch, model 14010, circa 1995, in stainless steel 34mm case on matching bracelet strap, with slate grey dial & engine turned bezel, serial number W652310, in box with wallet, spare link & outer box.

£1,500 - £2,500

Property of a gentleman - a good gentleman's Rolex GMT Master wristwatch, model 1675, serial number 558****, with Pepsi bezel, in stainless steel case with original Rolex stainless steel bracelet strap with foldover clasp. Footnote - purchased by the present vendor in 1979 at Hong Kong airport duty free shop. This watch was serviced & overhauled by Rolex UK, Kings Hill Service Centre, West Malling,...

£7,000 - £10,000

Property of a lady - a modern 9ct two colour gold twin tassel necklace, 18ins. (46cms.) long, approximately 24.2 grams, boxed.

£250 - £350

Property of a lady - a modern 9ct yellow gold knot & tassel necklace, 16.5ins. (42cms.) long, approximately 9.6 grams.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a pair of 9ct yellow gold heart shaped faceted chrysoberyl & seed pearl pendant earrings, each surmounted by a coronet, with screw fixings, each approximately 20mm long; together with a similar brooch; and a 9ct yellow gold oval faceted chrysoberyl pendant (4).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - an 18ct white gold single stone ring, set with an emerald cut diamond simulant, possibly white zircon, YAG or GGG, the stone approximately 11 by 9mm, approximately 4.5 grams, size L; together with a 9ct white gold single stone ring, set with a large round cut diamond simulant, possibly white zircon, YAG or GGG, the stone approximately 17.5mm diameter, approximately 7.9 grams,...

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - an Edwardian 9ct yellow gold amethyst & seed pearl pendant on a yellow gold chain necklace, marked 10K, the chain 16.5ins. (42cms.) long; together with an Edwardian 9ct yellow gold garnet pendant (approximately 7.0 grams total) (2).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - an early 20th century 9ct yellow gold bar brooch set with an octagonal cut aquamarine weighing approximately 1.51 carats, 66mm long.

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - an early 20th century 15ct yellow gold twin swallows brooch, with cabochon red stone eyes & seed pearl suspended below, 42mm, approximately 4.2 grams; together with a 9ct yellow gold butterfly brooch, approximately 2.8 grams (2).

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a pair of unmarked white metal (probably white gold) & pearl pendant earrings, with screw fixings; together with a 9ct yellow gold coral pendant, 26mm long, approximately 1.6 grams; and a similar stick pin (4).

£30 - £40

Property of a lady - a 14ct white gold pearl pendant on 18ct white gold chain necklace, the chain 18ins. (46cms.) long; together with a matching pair of 14ct white gold pearl earrings, with screw fastenings (3).

£150 - £250

Property of a lady - a 9ct yellow gold clear stone pendant necklace, the chain broken, approximately 3.4 grams; together with a silver moonstone pendant on Chinese white metal chain necklace; three paste jewellery items; and a 1951 crown (6).

£40 - £60

Property of a deceased estate - a broken 15ct yellow gold hinged bangle, approximately 8.1 grams.

£120 - £180

Property of a deceased estate - a 9ct gold & enamel Masonic signet ring with oval swivel panel; together with a pair of 9ct gold & enamel Masonic cufflinks; and another 9ct gold signet ring (approximately 19.3 grams total) (4).

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - a 14ct yellow gold opal ring; together with a 14ct yellow gold lapis lazuli ring (two rings weigh approximately 17.1 grams together); and a gilt metal & tiger's eye tie pin (3).

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a Greek style silver coin mounted in an 18ct yellow gold triangular pendant, approximately 9.8 grams gross (gold weight approximately 3.3 grams); together with a 9ct yellow gold mounted oval shell cameo brooch or pendant, 41mm long excluding suspension ring; and another silver gilt mounted shell cameo brooch or pendant (3).

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of scrap gold & yellow metal jewellery, most marked 9ct, one ring 18ct, approximately 17.3 grams gross.

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - three late 19th / early 20th century yellow metal locket pendants including one with blue & white enamel decoration; together with a 9ct gold brooch; and a yellow metal similar (5).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a 9ct yellow gold amethyst bracelet, the eight oval cut amethysts weighing a total of approximately 43.84 carats, the square clasp with engraved floral decoration.

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - an unmarked gold amethyst & seed pearl brooch, the large square cut amethyst of medium to dark purple colour & weighing approximately 35 carats, approximately 26mm square, with safety chain.

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - an 18ct yellow gold amethyst ring, the oval cut amethyst of medium to dark purple colour & weighing approximately 11.53 carats, Birmingham 1982, approximately 9.3 grams, size M, boxed.

£150 - £200

Property of a deceased estate - a box containing assorted costume jewellery.

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - a yellow gold (tests 18ct) ram's head brooch, interlinked DG (?) monogram, 32mm long, approximately 10.9 grams.

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - two plain 22ct yellow gold wedding bands or wedding rings, Birmingham 1908 and London 1929, sizes O/P and Q, approximately 14.6 grams together, both boxed (2).

£350 - £450

Property of a lady - a collection of seven brooches, late 19th and early 20th century, including a 15ct yellow gold insect bar brooch, 44mm long, and a 9ct yellow gold brooch (7).

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a pair of shell cameo earrings and a matching panel, all adapted from a panel bracelet; together with another oval shell cameo; and a boxed silver coin medal commemorating Winston Churchill (1874-1965), the medal 2.25ins. (5.7cms.), approximately 80 grams (5).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a bag containing assorted jewellery items including a lady's 14ct gold cased wristwatch (a/f), a 9ct gold framed glazed locket, and a small 18ct gold heart shaped pendant, most of the half pearls missing (a lot).

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a 15ct white gold diamond cluster ring, in baguette shaped setting, the largest diamond approximately 0.10 carat, approximately 3.1 grams, size S/T, boxed; together with an 18ct yellow gold ruby & diamond cluster ring, approximately 3.4 grams, size R/S, boxed; and a 9ct yellow gold garnet cluster ring, approximately 3.3 grams, size P (3).

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a Georgian diamond half eternity ring, set with three (of seven) rectangular cut diamonds in rub-over solid backed settings, the shank of pierced link design, approximately 1.6 grams, size L.

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a Victorian unmarked yellow gold amethyst brooch (tests approximately 15ct), with scrolling leaves, 55mm long (excluding pin), approximately 10.6 grams gross, in fitted red leather box; together with a small Victorian unmarked yellow gold carved coral brooch (tests approximately 9ct), the coral oval panel carved in relief with a classical bust, 22mm high, approximately 3.1 grams...

£150 - £250

Property of a lady - a 9ct yellow gold fancy link chain necklace, 18ins. (45.5cms.) long, approximately 28.7 grams, in associated box.

£300 - £400

Property of a lady - a box containing assorted items, mostly costume jewellery, including cherry amber style bead necklaces (a lot).

No Estimate


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