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homesemley auctioneers 20th century decorative arts jewellery & silver antique furniture & objects



Showing 1-48 of 604 lots

This sale was held on 15/06/2019 at 10:30 am

Property of a lady - a Victorian silver cased pocket watch with silvered dial & chain fusee movement, by E. Bawden, 263 Fulham Road, London S.W., the case hallmarked London 1860; together with a silver cased keyless wind pocket watch (2).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a late 19th / early 20th century 18ct gold cased key wind fob watch, French provincial 18ct gold horse head mark to case (with two keys).

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a gentleman's Baume & Mercier Hampton chronograph wristwatch, in original box with outer box & booklet.

£120 - £180

Two gentleman's Seiko stainless steel cased 7T32 Chronograph Water Resist 100M wristwatches (2).

£30 - £40

Property of a lady - a lady's Bueche-Girod 9ct white gold wristwatch with integral 9ct white gold strap, approximately 35.4 grams gross.

£250 - £350

Property of a lady - a lady's diamond cocktail watch, probably Vacheron & Constantin, with Merimont Watch Co. movement, the back numbered 19621, on cord strap, in J.W. Benson box (see illustration)

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a lady's Rotary 9ct yellow gold cased wristwatch on 9ct yellow gold bracelet strap, approximately 13.1 grams total.

£70 - £100

Property of a lady - two Waltham gold plated pocket watches (2).

£70 - £100

Property of a lady - a Swiss Mado 18ct gold cased pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds dial, approximately 80.7 grams; together with a heavy 18ct gold watch chain, approximately 73.4 grams; and a heavy unmarked gold & carved carnelian intaglio seal, approximately 23.7 grams (3).

£1,400 - £1,600

Property of a lady - three pocket watches comprising a silver cased key wind pocket watch by J.B. Yabsley, London, a silver hunter cased pocket watch with blue enamel outer chapter ring, and another by Bennett, Cheapside, London with 2-inch dial; together with a military stop watch (4).

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - an Omega military pocket watch, with broad arrow mark above G.S.T.P. and serial number F049148.

£80 - £80

Property of a lady - a lady's Cartier Panthere Ruban stainless steel cased wristwatch, with blue mother-of-pearl dial, on stainless steel bracelet strap with 'invisible' clasp, in original Cartier dark grey suede box.

£500 - £700

Property of a deceased estate - a 9ct gold cased fob watch with enamel floral decoration, suspended from an associated base metal bar.

£70 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a lady's Omega 18ct yellow gold cased wristwatch with integral 18ct yellow gold bracelet strap, approximately 35.6 grams gross, in original Omega red leather box.

£500 - £700

Property of a deceased estate - an Omega silver & niello cased keyless wind pocket watch, with subsidiary seconds dial, French silver swan marks, the movement marked OMEGA & numbered 5485719.

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a late 18th century silver pair cased pocket watch, the chain fusee movement with verge escapement, signed Wilder / London & numbered 423.

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a late 18th century French gold pair cased pocket watch, the two colour gold watch with enamel dial, paste set hands & bezel, the reverse with a painted porcelain circular panel depicting a child with a lamb, within a green enamel guilloche border, with a further border of paste 'stones', the chain fusee movement with verge escapement, signed Musson/ Paris, 45mm across, ...

£600 - £800

Property of a deceased estate - a good Victorian 18ct gold cased key wind pocket watch, with power reserve indicator (or winding up/down indicator) & subsidiary seconds dial, the movement numbered 32295, the case hallmarked London 1873, 53mm across, approximately 124.8 grams gross (excluding key). Footnote - in working order but would benefit from a clean as initially stopped every few minutes but ...

£600 - £800

Property of a gentleman - a George III 18ct gold pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement engraved 'Mitchell & Russell / Glasgow' and numbered '16968', London 1814, with Paisley & Edinburgh watchpapers, approximately 147.4 grams total.

£800 - £1,200

Property of a deceased estate - a butterscotch amber graduated pebble bead necklace, the largest of the individually strung beads approximately 20mm diameter, the foliate engraved clasp marked 925, approximately 63 grams.

£200 - £300

A Tiffany & Co. Belle Epoque diamond openwork brooch or pendant, on associated chain necklace, marked TIFFANY & Co. to pin and scratched number 3274 to reverse of setting, the pendant 1.57ins. (4cms.) long, the chain necklace 16ins. (40.5cms.) long, in Tiffany & Co. box.

£2,500 - £3,000

An attractive pair of aquamarine & diamond pendant earrings, for pierced ears, each modelled as a string of three flowerheads, the settings probably white gold, each approximately 1.25ins. (3.2cms.) long (2).

£1,000 - £1,500

An attractive yellow gold ruby diamond & pearl negligee necklace, 17.75ins. (45cms.) long.

£1,000 - £1,500

Property of a lady - an unmarked platinum diamond eternity ring, size M.

£120 - £180

Property of a lady - a Victorian unmarked yellow gold & micromosaic brooch, the rectangular panel depicting classical temple ruins, with safety chain, 59mm wide overall (excluding pin).

£150 - £250

An opal & diamond hinged bangle, the oval opal weighing approximately 1.90 carats, the estimated total diamond weight 1.30 carats, approximately 11.8 grams.

£1,000 - £1,500

Property of a lady - a 14ct yellow gold tanzanite & diamond ring, the oval cut tanzanite weighing approximately 2.05 carats, the shoulders set with baguette & round cut diamonds, size N, approximately 4.4 grams.

£500 - £700

An opal & demantoid garnet brooch, the oval opal measuring approximately 23 by 15mm, approximately 9.8 grams, 56mm long (overall).

£500 - £700

Property of a lady - a 14ct yellow gold opal & sapphire oval cluster ring, approximately 4.8 grams, size O/P; together with a 9ct yellow gold garnet ring, approximately 4.8 grams, size P/Q (2).

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - an Australian black opal & diamond oval cluster ring, the opal approximately 14.5 by 12 by 5mm, approximately 5.1 grams, size Q.

£400 - £600

Property of a lady - a 14ct gold gem set bracelet, 7.5ins. (19cms.) long. approximately 8.0 grams.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a long 9ct gold guard chain, 56.75ins. (144cms.) long, with 9ct gold ball pendant set with turquoise & other 'stones'.

£250 - £350

A Victorian unmarked yellow gold emerald & pearl bracelet, with foliate engraved arrowhead links, approximately 18.3 grams, 6.35ins. (16.1cms.) long.

£700 - £1,000

An Art Nouveau style unmarked yellow gold (tests 18ct) & plique a jour brooch modelled as two fish, one with a diamond in its mouth, the other a pearl, approximately 6.5 grams, 37mm long, boxed.

£500 - £700

An unusual 18ct white gold cabochon emerald & ruby floral pin or brooch, approximately 10.6 grams, 36mm wide.

£600 - £900

A Georgian emerald & diamond flowerhead ring, with eight pear shaped emeralds flanking a small central diamond, approximately 3.8 grams, size M/N.

£1,000 - £1,500

An unmarked white gold emerald & diamond ring, set with a rectangular cut emerald & two square cut emeralds alternating with two pairs of round cut diamonds, approximately 2.8 grams, size N/O.

£400 - £600

A 14ct white gold emerald & diamond ring, the rectangular cut emerald weighing approximately 0.42 carat, set within a border of twelve round cut diamonds, with further diamonds to the shoulders, approximately 2.7 grams, size M/N.

£800 - £1,200

A good 19th century Italian diamond & carved rock crystal oval cameo pendant depicting a standing lady, with ribbon cresting, 47mm long including suspension ring, approximately 12.0 grams, in fitted box.

£3,000 - £5,000

Property of a deceased estate - a Victorian 18ct yellow gold ruby & pearl ring, with navette shaped setting, one pearl missing, approximately 4.9 grams, size O, boxed.

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - an early 20th century Art Deco ruby diamond & pearl bar brooch, 47mm long (excluding pin), approximately 5.0 grams.

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of modern jewellery, mostly silver, including a silver & agate pendant torc necklace, makers G.W, London 1976, a pair of Sidney Carron clip earrings, a silver floral brooch, a pair of Norwegian silver & blue enamel clip earrings by Albert Scharning, Norway, and another similar pair by Finn Jensen, Norway (a lot).

£80 - £120

A Tiffany & Co. platinum & diamond Enchant flowerhead necklace, set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds, 15.75ins. (40cms.) long.

£1,000 - £1,500

Property of a deceased estate - a Middle Eastern or tribal seven strand red coral cylindrical bead necklace, approximately 529 grams; together with a smaller multi strand red coral cylindrical bead necklace, approximately 80 grams; and a tribal warthog or boar tusk & bead ornamental piece of jewellery, probably a necklace (3).

£100 - £200

An unusual pair of Russian Art Nouveau gold plique a jour ruby & sapphire cufflinks, Moscow 56 zolotniks marks, approximately 8.2 grams together (2).

£500 - £800

Property of a deceased estate - a good Victorian unmarked yellow gold amethyst brooch, the oval cut amethyst weighing approximately 33.63 carats, 65mm long, approximately 29.4 grams.

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - an 18ct gold ring of tapering band form, set with a diamond flowerhead with a further diamond to either side, approximately 9.0 grams, size K/L.

£150 - £250

Property of a lady - an 18ct yellow gold aquamarine & diamond ring, the rectangular cut aquamarine weighing approximately 6.06 carats, the estimated total diamond weight 0.60 carat, approximately 6.8 grams, size Q.

£300 - £500


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