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Wednesday 30th November 2011


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Wednesday 30th November 2011, 1pm


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person, by leaving a commission or absentee bid, on the

telephone where available and live via the internet – please make

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these increments.

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suggest some carriers.

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Further Information

The colours printed in this catalogue are not necessarily a true

reflection of the actual item.

All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be

regarded as approximate.

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Illustrations – Front cover: lot 219 | Back cover: lots 59, 60 & 79 | Title page: lot 299

LONDON

FINE JEWELLERY

FINE WATCHES

PENS

Wednesday 30th November 2011, 1pm

Sale No. 13492

Specialists

James Nicholson FGA, DGA

jnicholson@dnfa.com

John Kelly FGA, DGA

jkelly@dnfa.com

Beth West

bwest@dnfa.com

Terry Taylor MBHI

(Watches Consultant)

Donnington Priory View

Saturday 19th November 2011

9.00 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.

Monday 21st November 2011

9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

Tuesday 22nd November 2011

9.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

Donnington Priory Salerooms

Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE

Viewing

London View

Sunday 27th November 2011

11.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.

Monday 28th November 2011

9.30 a.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Tuesday 29th November 2011

9.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.

Day of sale from 10.00 a.m.

24 Maddox Street

Mayfair, London W1S 1PP

Catalogues £10 (£12, $22, €18 by post)


FINE JEWELLERY

FINE WATCHES

PENS


WATCHES

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J. Hargreaves, Liverpool, no.49546, an 18 carat gold full hunter

chronograph pocket watch, the four piece hinged case

hallmarked Chester 1886, the white enamel dial with black

Roman numerals, outer dial calibrated to 500 units, gold spade

hands, and blued steel centre seconds, the three quarter plate

English lever movement with pointed tooth escape wheel and

tangential pallet, oversprung bimetallic split balance and ruby

endstone, the regulator index on the balance cock, the case

54mm diameter

£700-1,000

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An Edwardian silver cased travelling timepiece,

London 1906, the case with hinged back, hammered

effect overall, on four ball feet, 7cm high

£100-150

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LONDON

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An 18 carat gold full hunter pocket watch, the four piece hinged

case hallmarked London 1875, the white enamel dial with black

Roman numerals, blued steel spade hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, the three quarter plate English lever movement

no.54594, with brass pointed tooth escape wheel and tangential

pallets, the bimetallic split balance with fine overcoil Breguet

balance spring, and regulator index on the balance cock, the

case engine turned overall, an engraved monogram within a

shield cartouche to the front cover, 50mm diameter

£600-800

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W. Manning, Worcester, an 18 carat gold open faced pocket

watch, the three piece case hallmarked London 1823, incuse case

maker’s mark WR, the gold Roman numerals in relief within matt

effect discs about the chapter ring, against an engine turned

backdrop, the outer dial set with turquoise cabochons at 5 minute

intervals, a foliate chased border between, and blued steel spade

hands, the lever fusee movement with three arm steel

undersprung balance, Bosley type regulator and foliate engraved

balance cock, the case 50mm diameter, with winding key

£600-800

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LONDON

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An 18 carat gold full hunter centre seconds chronograph

pocket watch, no.124564, the four piece hinged case

hallmarked Chester 1899, the white enamel dial with black

Roman numerals, gilt spade hands, and blued steel centre

seconds, the three quarter plate fully jewelled English lever

movement with bimetallic split balance with Breguet

overcoil balance spring, the balance cock and separate

cock for the escapement both foliate engraved, the latter

with polished steel regulator, the case 60mm diameter,

engraved to the front with a monogram

£1,200-1,800

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Patek Philippe & Co., Geneve, an 18 carat gold open

faced pocket watch, no.62912, circa 1880, the three piece

inner case signed on the inner cover, with push piece to

set, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals,

spade hands and subsidiary seconds dial, the unsigned

bar movement with internal wolf tooth winding, overcoil

bimetallic split balance, club tooth straight line lever

movement with jewelled moustache pallets, and regulator

index on the balance cock, the case 45mm diameter

£1,000-1,500

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E.J Dent, Watchmaker to the Queen, London, an 18 carat

gold open faced pocket watch, no.14116, the two piece

case hallmarked 1848, with white enamel dial, black

Roman numerals, Breguet hands, and sunken subsidiary

dial, the three quarter plate fifteen jewel English lever

movement with split bimetallic compensating balance and

flat balance spring, engraved balance cock with regulator

index and ruby endstone, and winding and set on back

plate, the case 45mm diameter

£600-800

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Gubelin, an 18 carat gold slim pocket watch, circa 1950,

the two piece case with brushed silver dial, gold baton

numerals and baton hands, the seventeen jewel Swiss

lever movement cal P.320, on a fancy anchor link chain 16g

£400-600

www.dnfa.com tel. +44 (0) 20 3291 2832


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John Roger Arnold, London, an 18 carat gold chronometer pocket watch with ‘Z’ balance, no.1748,

the three piece case hallmarked London 1808, casemaker TH (possibly Thomas Hardy), the white

enamel dial signed Arnold 1748, with black Roman numerals, outer seconds dial, gilt spade hands,

and subsidiary seconds dial, the full plate lever fusee movement signed Jno R Arnold London Inv

et Fecit no.1748, balance cock engraved with scrolling foliage and diamond endstone, blued steel

helical balance spring and two-arm monometallic ‘Z’ balance with compensation weights, and

blued steel maintaining power, the case 55mm diameter, on an 18 carat gold fetter link chain, 77g

Also see Christie’s New York 15 June 2011 lot 145.

John Roger Arnold (1769-1843) was the son of John Arnold, one of the most famous British watch

and clock makers.

In 1783 John Roger started working with his father before moving to Paris as an apprentice to

Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1792. He was admitted as a member of the Clockmakers’ Company in

1796 and became Master in 1817.

After the death of John Arnold senior, John Roger continued on his own, upholding his father’s

reputation as one of the leading watch and clock makers of his age.

£4,000-6,000

LONDON

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LONDON

POCKET WATCHES FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

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A 19th century Austro-Hungarian silver and enamel pendant

trinket box/watch, circa 1870, the pale blue enamel box painted

about the sides with scrolling vines, a classical scene on the base

and to the interior, the silver mounted hinged cover .800 standard,

Dianakopf mark for 1867-1872, the dial plate hinged beneath and

richly enamelled overall, with blue Roman numerals, the French

style verge fusee movement with pierced bridged balance cock,

and silvered regulator disc, the box 48mm long

£300-500

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Bradshaw & Ryley, Coventry, a silver full hunter pocket watch,

the four piece hinged case hallmarked Birmingham 1814,

maker’s mark JM (incuse italics), the white enamel dial with

black Roman numerals, gilt poker hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, the verge fusee movement no.2953, with pierced

and finely engraved balance cock, depicting Minerva and her

trophy of arms at the foot, diamond endstone, cylindrical pillars,

and Tompion type regulator disc, the case 55mm diameter

£200-300

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Haley & Wilner, a silver full hunter pocket watch, the plain two

piece hinged case hallmarked London 1805, the white enamel

dial with black Arabic numerals and gold arrow hands, key

wound through the dial, the verge fusee movement no.3232, with

cylindrical pillars, pierced and engraved balance cock with three

armed steel flat balance (missing spring) and diamond endstone,

and Tompion type regulator disc, the case 48mm diameter

£80-120

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Richard Holland, Coventry, a silver gilt pair cased pocket

watch, the two piece hinged inner case hallmarked London

1779, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals,

outer Arabic seconds hands, and gilt spade hands, the lever

fusee movement with cylindrical pillars, fusee winding, flat

three armed steel undersprung balance, and Tompion type

regulator disc, the outer case with maker’s mark VW incuse,

engraved to the back with foliate swags, initials to the

centre, the case 50mm diameter

£300-500

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Paul Dupin, London (1710-1767), a gold pair cased quarter repeater pocket watch, the two piece inner

case pierced and engraved overall with foliate scrolls, flowers and beasts, the white enamel dial with

black Roman numerals, outer Arabic seconds hand, and blued steel Tompion type hands, the verge fusee

repeater movement with fusee winding, baluster pillars, pierced and engraved balance cock, flat three

armed steel balance, and Tompion type regulator disc, the dust cap engraved ‘Paul Dupin London’,

the outer repousse case depicting Mercury and Proserpine, maker’s mark ‘DA’ incuse italic,

50mm diameter

£1,000-1,500

LONDON

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Dent, 33 Cockspur Street, London, an 18 carat gold open faced

pocket watch, the three piece hinged case hallmarked London

1870, with white enamel dial, black Roman numerals, and blued

steel spade hands, the nineteen jewel three quarter plate

movement with bimetallic split balance and overcoil balance

spring, the case 48mm diameter

£1,000-1,500

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A Victorian 18 carat gold open faced pocket watch, no.54226,

circa 1870, the three piece hinged case with gilt dial chased to

the centre with foliate scrolls, gold Roman numerals, and blued

spade hands, the three quarter plate English lever movement with

jewelled fourth wheel, engraved balance cock with oversprung

domed three armed gold balance, the pointed tooth escape

wheel with separate cock engraved en suite, the case engraved

with leaves and flowers, the case 42mm, together with chain

£400-600

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LONDON

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Grant, Fleet Street, London, (1796-1867), a gold and enamel

open faced pocket watch, the French two piece hinged case

with blue and yellow enamel work to the back of the case, Paris

town mark, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals,

Recorder style hands, and outer seconds dial, the half plate

English lever movement no.4544, with three armed domed steel

balance, oversprung, with diamond endstone and English single

table roller, wound through the dial, the case 45mm diameter

£800-1,200

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Grant, Fleet Street, London, an 18 carat gold full hunter pocket

watch, circa 1817/18 (date obscured), the three piece hinged

case by Thomas Hardy II, Goswell Street, London, with white

enamel dial, black Roman numerals, gold spade hands, and

subsidiary seconds dial, the fusee movement no.3221, with

duplex escapement, foliate pierced and engraved balance cock,

a mask at the foot, gold three armed balance and diamond

endstone, with polished maintaining power and Tompion type

regulator disc, the case engine turned overall, 50mm diameter

£2,000-3,000

THE REMAINDER OF THIS COLLECTION WILL BE SOLD IN THESE ROOMS IN THE SALE OF

‘FINE CLOCKS, BAROMETERS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS’ ON THE 22 nd FEBRUARY 2012

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An Art Deco lady’s diamond and platinum

wristwatch, circa 1930, the two piece case with pavé

set single cut diamond bezel, and diamond set circlet

stirrup lugs, the silvered dial with black Arabic

numerals, and blued steel hands, the fifteen jewel

Swiss lever movement with straight line club tooth

escapement and monometallic three arm balance,

the case 32mm, including lugs, on black cord straps

with a hook clasp

£400-600

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An Art Deco lady’s diamond and platinum

wristwatch, circa 1930, the two piece case with pavé

set bezel, to baguette cut stirrup link shoulders,

extending into pavé set cone links, the silvered dial

with black Arabic numerals, and blued steel hands,

the seventeen jewel Swiss club tooth straight line

lever movement adjusted to three positions, the case

24mm, on a black cord strap

£700-1,000

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An lady’s diamond and platinum cocktail

wristwatch, circa 1930, the two piece square case

with pavé set single cut diamond bezel, and diamond

set domed lugs, the silvered dial with black Arabic

numerals, and blued steel hands, the fifteen jewel

Swiss lever movement with straight line club tooth

escapement and bimetallic split balance, the case

30mm, including lugs, on expandable strap with box

snap clasp

£600-800

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Baume & Mercier, a lady’s stainless steel bracelet

wristwatch, ref.65641 no.4706615, circa 1995, the three

piece case with diamond set crown, the textured

silvered dial with Arabic and baton numerals and

dauphine hands, the date aperture at 6 o’clock, the

three jewel Baume & Mercier quartz movement

cal.BM8111 ETA F04 111, the case 38mm including lugs,

on a block link bracelet with double deployant clasp

£200-300

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Cartier, Must de Cartier, a lady’s vermeil

wristwatch, ref.1613, no.CC.254615, the

two piece screw down case with faux

sapphire crown, the champagne dial with

black Roman numerals, and blued steel

hands, the four jewel Cartier quartz

movement cal.057, the case 28mm

including lugs, on a brown leather strap

with deployant buckle

£200-300

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Dior, Christal, a lady’s stainless steel and ceramic wristwatch,

ref F93028, no.CD112112, circa 2000, the two piece screw down

case with white ceramic rotating bezel, the white dial with

diamond baton and Arabic numerals, and luminous hands with a

sweep seconds hand, the seven jewel quartz movement, cal.ETA

956 102, the case 38mm including lugs, on stainless steel and

ceramic block link bracelet with double deployant clasp

£200-400

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Cartier, Santos de Cartier, a lady’s two

colour wristwatch, ref 1566, no.CC504865,

circa 2000, the two piece screw down

case with gold bezel and screws, the

grey metallic dial with raised Roman

numerals, blued steel hands, and date

aperture at 6 o’clock, the seventeen jewel

Cartier quartz movement cal.87, the case

41mm including lugs, on a two colour

block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£500-700

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Cartier, Santos, a lady’s two colour

wristwatch, ref.1057920, no.06536, circa

1980, the two piece screw down case

with Vendome lugs, sapphire cabochon

crown, silvered dial, black Roman

numerals, and blued steel epee hands,

the four jewel Cartier quartz movement

cal.057, the case 30mm including lugs,

on a two colour block link bracelet with

fold over clasp

£500-700

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Chopard Happy Sports, a lady’s stainless steel bracelet

wristwatch, ref.8245, no.27/8250-23, circa 2000, the three piece

screw down back case with a sapphire cabochon crown and

sapphire cabochon set to each spring bar terminal on the lugs,

five floating diamonds between the glass and the dial, the white

dial with black Roman numerals at each quarter hour, blued

steel hands, the seven jewel Chopard quartz movement,

cal.ETA 956-102, the case 28mm including lugs, on a block link

bracelet with double deployant clasp

£400-600

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Omega Ladymatic, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

no.451086, ref.8037 SC, circa 1953, the two piece case

with gilt dial, gilt baton numerals, and dauphine hands,

the seventeen jewel Omega automatic movement cal.455,

no.16014797, on an integral ribbed bracelet, 16cm long overall

£700-1,000

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Omega, a lady’s 18 carat gold and diamond wristwatch,

1970s, the two piece case with silvered dial, and gold baton

numerals and hands, concealed by a snap over clasp pavé

set overall with brilliants, the seventeen jewel Omega

backwind and set movement cal.440, no.17160345 on an

integral cross over herringbone bracelet, 18.5cm overall

£1,200-1,800

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Patek Philippe, a lady’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, circa

1920, the rectangular two piece case with gold dial, black

baton and Arabic numerals, and baton hands, the eighteen

jewel Patek Philippe manual movement no.811677 with eight

adjustments and bimetallic split balance, the case 33mm

including lugs, on a blue lizard strap with 9 carat pink gold

buckle

£2,800-3,500

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Piaget, a lady’s 18 carat gold and

diamond wristwatch, ref.2007, no.412562,

circa 1990, the two piece case with pavé

set diamond bezel, white dial, black

Roman numerals, and black baton

hands, the Piaget movement cal.20P,

no.815563, adjusted to five positions, the

case 25mm including lugs, on a textured

link bracelet with fold over ladder clasp

£600-800

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Jaeger LeCoultre, a lady’s stainless

steel wristwatch, no.1670, no,4304318,

circa 1960, the two piece case with silvered

dial and baton detail, the seventeen jewel

Jaeger LeCoultre movement cal.K840,

on a silver stirrup link bracelet stamped

‘925’, 19cm long overall

£150-200

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Jaeger LeCoultre, a lady’s diamond

wristwatch, circa 1950, the two piece

screw down case with back winding, the

bezel pavé set with single cuts, to

baguette cut lugs, the black dial with

white Arabic numerals and luminous

epee hands, the fifteen jewel Jaeger

LeCoultre movement cal.427, no.471484,

on a diamond set stirrup link bracelet

with concealed box snap clasp,

16cm overall

£700-1,000

34*

Tiffany & Co, Atlas, a lady’s stainless steel wristwatch, no.060270715, circa 2010, the two piece screw down case with black dial,

silver baton hands, raised Roman numerals, and date aperture at 6 o’clock, the six jewel Tiffany quartz movement, cal.ETA 256041,

on a black leather strap, the case 35mm including lugs, in its box with outer card packaging

£300-400

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GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCHES

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Audemars Piguet, a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.D13041,

circa 1996, the two piece case with white dial, black Roman numerals, feuille

hands, and date aperture, the thirty-three jewel Audemars Piguet automatic

movement adjusted to heat and cold isochronism and five positions, cal.2125,

no.369091, the case 35mm including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap, in its

box with certificate of guarantee and outer card packaging

£800-1,200

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Baume et Mercier, a gentleman’s stainless steel day date wristwatch,

no.4472361, circa 1950, the two piece screw down case with silvered dial, gold

Arabic numerals, outer date dial, tapered hands, and aperture for day and

month, the seventeen jewel Baume et Mercier movement with skeleton train

plate, cal.P.O.F, the case 39mm including lugs, on a black leather bracelet

£200-300

37*

Breitling, a gentleman’s stainless steel

chronograph wristwatch, ref B13356,

no.804794, circa 2000, the two piece

screw down case and crown with

rotating bezel calibrated to sixty units,

and inner tachymeter dial, the blue dial

with three gold subsidiary dials, running

hours, minutes and seconds, with baton

numerals and luminous baton hands and

date aperture at 3 o’clock, the twentyfive

jewel Breitling automatic chronograph

movement, cal.ETA 7750, no.804794, the

case 52mm including lugs, on a block link

bracelet with fold over clasp

£1,000-2,000

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Breitling, Windrider Callisto, a mid-size

stainless steel wristwatch, ref.B57045

no.22142, circa 1995, the two piece screw

down case and crown with rotating

bezel, metallic grey engine turned dial,

gold baton numerals, luminous baton

hands, and date aperture, the ‘Breitling

57’ seven jewel Swiss quartz movement

cal.ETA 955-412, the case 40mm

including lugs, on a black stitched

leather strap

£300-500

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Breitling Chronomat, a gentleman’s

stainless steel chronograph

wristwatch, ref.B13047, no.97397, circa

1995, the two piece screw down case

with three crowns, and rotating bezel,

the cream dial with baton numerals and

luminous baton hands, outer tachymeter

scale, and three subsidiary dials running

hours, minutes and seconds, and date

aperture at 3 o’clock, the seventeen

jewel Breitling automatic movement

cal.ETA 7750, the case 48mm including

lugs, on a brown stitched leather strap

£700-1,000

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Cartier, Santos, a mid-size two colour

wristwatch, no.296152852, circa 1980, the

two piece screw down case with gold

screw down bezel, the white dial with

black Roman numerals, Cartier secret

signature at 7 o’clock, blued steel sword

hands, and date aperture at 3 o’clock, the

seventeen jewel Cartier movement

cal.ETA 2671, the case 42mm including

lugs, on a black stitched leather bracelet

£700-1,000

41*

Cartier, Santos, a mid-size two colour

wristwatch, no.448693CD, circa 2000, the

two piece screw down case with gold

screw down bezel, the champagne dial

with black Roman numerals, Cartier

secret signature at 7 o’clock, blued steel

sword hands, and date aperture at

6 o’clock, the seven jewel Cartier quartz

movement cal.87, the case 42mm including

lugs, on a two colour block link bracelet

£1,000-1,500

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Dunhill, Facet, a gentleman’s 18 carat

white gold limited edition wristwatch,

no.22/200, circa 1990, the two piece

screw down rectangular case with

faceted glass and bezel, the two layered

dial with silvered stencil cut chapter

ring with Roman numerals at each

quarter hour above an engine turned

base, sword hands, and a date aperture

at 6 o’clock, the seven jewel Swiss

quartz movement cal.ETA85611Z, the

case 41mm including lugs, on a forest

green crocodile strap

£1,500-2,500

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Girard Perregaux, Anno 1991,

a gentleman’s 18 carat white gold

wristwatch, ref.4961, circa 1991, the two

piece rectangular screw down case with

white dial, dot and Arabic numerals,

tapered black hands, and subsidiary

seconds dial, the seventeen jewel Girard

Perregaux movement cal.2300-119, the

case 43mm including lugs, on a black

stitched leather strap

£800-1,200

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Girard Perregaux, 7000GBM,

a gentleman’s stainless steel

chronograph wristwatch, no.A-3404,

circa 1990, the two piece screw down

case with push buttons and fixed

tachymeter bezel, the silvered dial with

gold baton numerals and hands, and

flyback centre seconds, and three

subsidiary dials running hours, minutes

and seconds, and date aperture, the

thirty-nine jewel Girard Perregaux

automatic chronograph movement

cal.800-014, the case 47mm including

lugs, on a block link bracelet with fold

over clasp, in its box

£400-600

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International Watch Company,

a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch, red.15150, circa 1962, the

two piece case with silvered dial, gold

Arabic numerals and dart numerals, and

tapered hands, the seventeen jewel

International Watch Company centre

seconds movement cal.89, no.1238312,

the case 41mm including lugs, on a

stitched black leather bracelet

£200-300

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International Watch Company,

a gentleman’s 18 carat pink gold

wristwatch, no.1381641, circa 1974, the

two piece case with cream dial, gold

baton numerals, and tapered hands, the

seventeen jewel International Watch

Company movement cal.89, with

monometallic screwed balance with

overcoil balance spring, the case 46mm

including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£600-800

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Holland & Holland, a gentleman’s stainless steel

wristwatch, no.1185, circa 2000, the two piece hinged

case foliate engraved to the reverse, initials ALC at

the centre, and onion crown, the engine turned silver

dial with black Roman numerals, silvered seconds

dial at the centre, and Breguet hands, the Holland

and Holland automatic movement no.1185,

cal.ETA2892.A2, with fausses cotes decoration, the

case 44mm including lugs, on a stitched tan leather

strap, in a Holland and Holland leather bound box

modelled as a miniature gun case

£400-600

LONDON

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Longines, a gentleman’s 9 carat gold

wristwatch, ref.70, no.7004-1, circa 1959,

the two piece case with silvered dial,

gold leaf and Arabic numerals and sword

hands, the twenty-four jewel Longines

automatic movement cal.290,

no.11318272, the case 34mm including

lugs, on a mail link bracelet with fold

over ladder clasp

£600-800

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Omega, Chronostop, a gentleman’s

stainless steel wristwatch, ref.145.009,

circa 1969, the two piece screw down

tonneau case with two push buttons, the

sunken grey dial with metallic markers,

luminous baton hands, and red centre

seconds, the seventeen jewel Omega

movement with start and flyback work

cal.865 no.28092645, the case 40mm

including lugs, on a mail link bracelet

£700-1,000

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Omega, Day/Date Constellation, a

gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch,

ref.ST 168.029, circa 1968, the screw

down case with silvered dial, baton

numerals and hands, and day and date

aperture at 3 o’clock, the twenty-four

jewel Omega automatic movement

cal.751, no.26187472, the case 39mm

including lugs (no bracelet)

£200-300

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Omega, Seamaster, a lady’s titanium

and yellow gold wristwatch, no.3860820,

circa 1990, the two piece screw down

tonneau case with luminous dot markers

and luminous baton hands, and digital

centre dial, the seven jewel Swiss quartz

movement cal.ETA 988431-332, the case

37mm including lugs, on a block link

titanium bracelet with fold over clasp

£300-500

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Omega, First Generation Flightmaster,

a stainless steel aviator’s chronograph

wristwatch, ref.2750/67, no.145.013, circa

1969, the two piece screw down tonneau

case with hooded lugs, Flightmaster logo

on the case back, round side buttons for

the chronograph function, and three

crowns for winding, revolving minute ring

and second time zone, the black dial with

outer white checkerboard 1/5th second

timing scale, luminous white baton hands

for the time functions, yellow hands for

the chronograph, luminous blue hand for

the second time zone, and three

subsidiary dials for the12-hour and

30-minute registers and the 24 hours with

day-night indication in green and black,

the seventeen jewel Omega chronograph

movement cal.910, no.29134615, on a

stitched black leather strap, the case

48mm including lugs

£600-800

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Tag Heuer, Formula 1, a gentleman’s

stainless steel chronograph

wristwatch, ref.CAH 1110, no.RRC8014,

circa 2000, the two piece screw down

case and crown with black rotating

bezel calibrated to sixty units, the black

dial with 1/10th and 30 min elapsed and

split time registers, subsidiary seconds

dial, and off set date aperture, the four

jewel chronograph quartz movement,

cal.ETA G10711, the case 44mm

including lugs, on a block link bracelet

£300-500

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Tag Heuer, Professional, a lady’s

stainless steel wristwatch, ref.WE 12-

11R, circa 1994, the two piece screw

down case with rotating bezel calibrated

to sixty units, the grey dial with luminous

markers and mercedes hands, the date

aperture at 3 o’clock, the seven jewel Tag

Heuer quartz movement cal.393,

ETA.955-412, the case 40mm including

lugs, on a block link bracelet with fold

over clasp, in a Tag Heuer box with

instruction manual

£150-200

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Tag Heuer, Microtimer, a gentleman’s

stainless steel digital 1/1000th

chronograph wristwatch, ref.G1854,

no.CS111C-1, circa 2006, the two piece

screw down case with four side buttons,

digital dial, and Tag Heuer digital

movement, the case 42mm including

lugs, on a black rubber strap, in its box

with guarantee and instruction manual,

and outer card packaging

£500-700

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Tissot, Touch, a gentleman’s titanium

wristwatch, ref.Z251/351, no.TKR-HA-

10003, circa 2003, the two piece screw

down case with two-directional bezel

marked with the cardinal points, the

black dial with luminous markers and

tapered hands, and digital screen at

6 o’clock, the twelve jewel Swiss quartz

movement cal.ETA E40-301, the case

50mm including lugs, on a black rubber

bracelet, in its box with instruction

manual, guarantee and outer card

packaging

£200-300

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Vacheron & Constantin, a gentleman’s

18 carat gold wristwatch, the two piece

case ref.6351, no.396400, import marked

London 1963, with fine milled bezel, the

silvered dial with black Roman

numerals, and blued steel feuille hands,

the seventeen jewel Vacheron &

Constantin movement cal.1003,

no.569832, adjusted to heat and cold

isochronism and five positions, the case

38mm including lugs, on a brown

crocodile strap

£700-1,000

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Jaeger LeCoultre, ‘Heraion’,

a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

chronograph wristwatch with alarm

function, ref.116.1.33, no.1689761, circa

1990, the two piece screw down case

with two side buttons, winding crown,

and crown to set the alarm, the white

dial with baton markers, luminous baton

hands, red arrow hour indicator, and

three subsidiary dials running hours,

minutes and seconds, the twenty-seven

jewel Jaeger LeCoultre quartz

chronograph alarm movement

no.2496848, the case 42mm including

lugs, on black stitched crocodile strap

£2,000-3,000

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Patek Philippe, Gondolo, a gentleman’s

18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.5014,

no.4170967, circa 1990, the two piece

screw down case with silvered dial,

black Roman numerals, baton hands,

and subsidiary seconds dial, the

eighteen jewel Patek Philippe movement

cal.215, no.1880970 adjusted to heat and

cold isochronism and five positions, the

case 35mm including lugs, on a black

crocodile strap, in a Patek Philippe box

£4,000-6,000

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Cartier, Roadster, a gentleman’s

18 carat gold wristwatch, ref.2524, no.37206CE,

circa 2005, the two piece screw down case with

silvered engine turned dial, raised chapter ring,

black Roman numerals, luminous baton hands,

and magnified date aperture, the twenty-one jewel

Cartier Roadster automatic movement cal.ETA

2892-A2, on a block link bracelet with double

deployant clasp, in a Cartier box with black leather

wallet, and spare black leather strap, gold

deployant clasp, two spare links, instruction

manual and certificate of purchase

£8,000-10,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust, a

lady's two colour wristwatch, ref.69173,

no.7305101, circa 1983, the two piece

screw down case and crown with blue

dial, gold baton numerals and hands,

centre sweep seconds hands, and

magnified date aperture, the twenty-eight

jewel Rolex automatic movement

adjusted to five positions and

temperatures, cal.2030, no.950174, the

case 32mm including lugs, on a two

colour block link bracelet with fold over

clasp, with service guarantee (13/11/2008)

£800-1,200

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62*

Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date, a

gentleman’s stainless steel and ruby

wristwatch, ref 15200, no.A183026,

circa 1999, the two piece screw down

case and crown with white metal bezel

set with rubies, one setting vacant, the

silvered dial with baton numerals and

hands, and magnified date aperture,

the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic

movement cal.3135, no.3-9363709,

the case 43mm including lugs, on a

block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£700-900

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Rolex, a lady’s diamond wristwatch,

circa 1970, the two piece case with bezel

set with brilliant cuts, two single stones

at each shoulder each approximately

.20 carat, the silvered dial with tapered

baton markers and dauphine hands, the

seventeen jewel Rolex movement cal.282,

the case 16mm diameter, on a diamond

line bracelet totalling approximately

1.8 carats, to a fold over ladder clasp,

in a Rolex box

£1,500-2,000

62A

Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust,

a lady's 18 carat gold, diamond and

sapphire wristwatch, ref.69278,

no.8539766, circa 1985, the two piece

screw down case and crown with pavé set

single cut bezel with sapphires at the

cardinal points, the pavé set single cut dial

with sapphire markers, gold baton hands,

centre sweep seconds hands, and

magnified date aperture, the twenty-nine

jewel Rolex automatic movement adjusted

to five positions and temperatures,

cal.2135, no.178176, the case 32mm

including lugs, on a two colour block link

bracelet with fold over clasp, on a block link

bracelet, the central links set with single

cut diamonds, in a red leather and tapestry

Rolex box, with instruction manual

£3,000-5,000

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Rolex, a mid-size silver wristwatch, the two piece cushion

shaped case no.64940, import marked Glasgow 1928, the

champagne dial with metallic Arabic numerals, cathedral

hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, the seventeen jewel Rolex

movement with bimetallic oversprung balance, the case 38mm

including lugs, on a black lizard strap

£350-450

65*

Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust, a gentleman’s stainless

steel wristwatch, ref.16200, no.A793655 circa 1999, the two

piece screw down case and crown with blued dial, baton

numerals, Roman outer dial, baton hands and magnified date

aperture, the thirty jewel Rolex automatic movement adjusted

to five positions and temperature, cal.3135, no.3-3841696, the

case 43mm including lugs, on a block link bracelet with fold over

clasp

£800-1,200

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Rolex, Oyster, a gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch,

ref.6422, no.202468, circa 1956, the two piece screw down case

and crown with silvered dial, gilt Arabic numerals, and tapered

hands, the seventeen jewel Rolex movement no.N-70083 with

monometallic balance and overcoil balance spring, the case

42mm including lugs, on a brown crocodile strap

£400-600

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Explorer, a gentleman’s stainless

steel wristwatch, ref.5500, no.1738105 circa 1964, the two piece

screw down case and crown with black dial, radiumed baton

and Arabic numerals, mercedes hands, and centre sweep

seconds, the twenty-six jewel Rolex automatic movement

cal.1520, the case 40mm including lugs, on a stainless steel

block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£700-1,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust, a gentleman’s

two colour wristwatch, ref.16233, no.E215795,

circa 1990, the two piece screw down case and

crown with diamond cut bezel, textured gilt dial,

gold baton numerals and hands, and magnified

date aperture, the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic

movement cal.3135, no.5553359, adjusted to five

positions and temperature, the case 44mm

including lugs, on a block link bracelet with

fold over clasp

£1,500-2,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual DateJust, a gentleman’s

two colour wristwatch, ref.16013, no.9725321,

circa 1987, the two piece screw down case and

crown with violet dial, gold Roman numerals, and

baton hands, the magnified date aperture at

3 o’clock, the twenty-seven jewel Rolex automatic

movement cal.3035, no.1901458 adjusted to five

positions and temperature, the case 44mm

including lugs, on a two colour block link

bracelet with fold over clasp

£1,500-2,000

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Rolex, Yachtmaster, a mid-size two

colour wristwatch, ref.168623,

no.Y355203, circa 2002, the two piece

screw down case and crown with two

directional rotating bezel calibrated to

60 units, the white ceramic dial with

black markers and luminous mercedes

hands, and magnified date aperture,

the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic

movement cal.2235, no.1556429 adjusted

to five positions and temperature, the

case 42mm including lugs, on a block

link bracelet with fold over clasp, with

guarantee, instruction manual and green

leather wallet, in its box with outer card

packaging

£2,000-3,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Day-Date,

a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

ref.1803, no.2530312, circa 1968, the two

piece screw down case and crown with

gilt dial, luminous baton numerals and

hands, the twenty-six jewel Rolex

automatic movement adjusted to five

positions and temperature, cal.1556,

no.DD703611, the case 44mm including

lugs, on a black crocodile strap, together

with an 18 carat gold Rolex block link

bracelet and Rolex instruction manual

£3,000-5,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Day-Date,

a gentleman’s 18 carat gold wristwatch,

ref.118205, no.K777016, circa 2001, the

two piece screw down case and crown

with black dial gold Arabic numerals,

gold baton hands, magnified date

aperture and day aperture at 12 o’clock,

the Rolex automatic movement cal.3155,

no.3-3131233, adjusted to five positions

and temperature, the case 44mm

including lugs, on an 18 carat gold block

link bracelet with fold over clasp,

together with a green wallet, and

instruction manual

£3,000-4,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date,

a gentleman’s 14 carat gold wristwatch,

ref 1500, no.2993915, circa 1970, the two

piece screw down case and crown with

gold dial, raised baton numerals and

hands and magnified date aperture, the

twenty-six jewel Rolex automatic

movement adjusted to five positions and

temperature, cal 1570, no.D 130341, the

case 42mm including lugs, on a block link

bracelet with fold over clasp

£2,500-3,500

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner,

a gentleman’s two colour wristwatch,

ref.16613, no.S287753, circa 1993, the two

piece screw down case and crown with

rotating black bezel calibrated to sixty

units, the black dial with luminous dot

markers and mercedes hands, centre

sweep seconds hand, and magnified

date aperture, the thirty-one jewel Rolex

automatic movement adjusted to five

positions and temperature, cal.3135,

no.7139960, the case 46mm including

lugs, on a two colour block link bracelet

with fold over clasp

£2,000-3,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner,

a gentleman’s two colour wristwatch,

ref.16613, no.X706856, circa 1991, the two

piece screw down case and crown with

rotating black bezel calibrated to sixty

units, the black dial with luminous dot

markers and mercedes hands, centre

sweep seconds hand, and magnified

date aperture, the thirty-one jewel Rolex

automatic movement adjusted to five

positions and temperature, cal.3135,

no.7248299, the case 46mm including

lugs, on a two colour block link bracelet

with fold over clasp, in a Rolex box with

outer card packaging together with

instruction manual and guarantee card

£2,500-3,500

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner, a gentleman’s two colour wristwatch, ref.16613,

no.Z881972, circa 2006, the two piece screw down case and crown with rotating blue bezel

calibrated to sixty units, the blued dial with luminous dot markers and mercedes hands,

centre sweep seconds hand, magnified date aperture, thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic

movement adjusted to five positions and temperature, cal.3135, no.3/1781476, the case 46mm

including lugs, on a two colour block link bracelet with fold over clasp, in a Rolex box with

outer card packaging together with instruction manual and guarantee card

£1,500-2,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Date, for Tiffany & Co., a gentleman’s

stainless steel wristwatch, ref.15010, no.9550446, circa 1986, the

two piece screw down case and crown with black dial signed

Tiffany & Co. with raised baton numerals and hands, and magnified

date aperture, the twenty-seven jewel Rolex automatic movement

cal.3035, no.1383254 adjusted to five positions and temperature, the

case 42mm including lugs, on a block link bracelet with fold over

clasp, in a Rolex box with service guarantee

£2,000-3,000

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Rolex, Oyster Perpetual GMT Master, a gentleman’s stainless

steel wristwatch, ref.16700, no.A449772, circa 1999, the two piece

screw down case and crown with rotating blue and red bezel

calibrated to 24 hours, the black dial with luminous dot markers,

mercedes hands, red hour indicator, and magnified date aperture,

the thirty-one jewel Rolex automatic movement cal.3175,

no.3-8205654 adjusted to five positions and temperature, the case

47mm including lugs, on a block link bracelet with fold over clasp

£1,500-2,000

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Rolex, Cosmograph Daytona, a gentleman’s two colour

wristwatch, ref.116523, no.F297163, circa 2007, with two piece

screw down case, crown and side buttons with calibrated bezel,

the white dial with luminous markers and baton hands, and

three subsidiary dials running hours, minutes and seconds, and

flyback hand, the forty-four jewel Rolex automatic chronograph

movement cal.4130, no 0219422, the case 47mm including lugs,

on a brown crocodile strap with gold fold over clasp, in its box

with guarantee and instruction manual

£3,000-5,000

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Rolex, Cosmograph Daytona,

a gentleman’s 18 carat gold

chronograph wristwatch, ref.16515,

no.T499627, circa 1996, with two piece

screw down case, crown and side

buttons with calibrated bezel, the white

dial with gold Arabic numbers and baton

hands, and three subsidiary dials running

hours, minutes and seconds, and flyback

hand, the thirty-one jewel Rolex

automatic chronograph movement

cal.4030, no.139822, the case 47mm

including lugs, on a brown leather strap

with gold fold over clasp, in a Rolex box

with guarantee and instruction manual

£4,000-6,000

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A German pierced and engraved gilt brass clock-watch with alarm,

unsigned, early 17th century.

Estimate £3,000-5,000

Fine Clocks

Donnington Priory, 22nd February 2012

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A James I silver dish by Simon Owen, London 1606.

Estimate £20,000-30,000

A Charles I silver wine cup or goblet, maker's mark 'WC'(unrecorded), London 1647.

Estimate £10,000-15,000

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Donnington Priory, 14th March 2012

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80*

Montblanc Meisterstuck 146, a black resin fountain pen,

German circa 1980, with two colour medium nib and piston

filler, together with a matching ball point pen and pencil, in a

Montblanc black leather pouch

£200-300

81*

Montblanc Meisterstuck 142, a black resin fountain pen,

German circa 1990, with two colour medium nib and piston

filler, together with a matching ball point pen and pencil, in a

Montblanc black leather pouch

£150-250

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Montblanc Meisterstuck 149, a black resin fountain pen,

German circa 1994, with two colour fine nib and piston filler, in

its box with ink bottle, paperwork and warranty certificate

£200-300

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Montblanc, Marcel Proust, Writer’s series limited edition

fountain pen, 3970/21000, circa 1999, with hexagonal silver

barrel engraved with alternate panels of barleycorn and foliage,

black resin cap, two colour nib and piston filler, together with

matching ball point pen and pencil, in its box with paperwork

and outer card packaging

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OMAS, FOCHI ‘People at Work’ rolling ball advertising pen,

with blue resin cap and barrel, in its presentation card box

£60-80

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OMAS, FAO limited edition fountain pen, 888/6000, 1995, the

emerald green resin cap and barrel with gold plated trim and 18

carat gold nib, piston filler, in Carrara marble presentation

cylinder, with outer card packaging and paperwork, together with

original design sheets

The FAO limited edition series was created to mark the 50th

anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organisation. It was

designed in collaboration with the sculptor Gio Pomodoro,

whose signature is inscribed on the pen’s cap.

£80-120

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OMAS, Ferrari dealers fountain pen, with yellow resin cap and

barrel, gold plated trim, and 18 carat gold nib, piston filler

This pen was designed to be given to Ferrari purchasers and

was distributed directly to dealers’. It was never offered for sale.

£150-200

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OMAS, REX Built-In rolling ball advertising pen, with yellow

resin barrel and cap, and chrome plated trim, in presentation box

£100-150

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OMAS, Europa limited edition fountain pen, no.81/3500, 1992,

the blue vegetal resin barrel of dodecagonal section, with gold

plated cap band engraved with eleven stars, and set on the last

facet with a single cut diamond, with two colour 18 carat gold

nib, piston filler, in a similarly numbered perspex presentation

case with outer card packaging and paperwork

This pen was designed to commemorate the signing of the

Maastricht Economic Treaty on 7 February 1992. The twelve

stars represent the twelve participating countries. The first

twelve pens produced were presented to the Heads of State

who signed the Treaty. This pen is offered with a folio of copies

of the thank you letters sent to OMAS, written by four of the

signatories.

£150-200

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OMAS, Europa, a rare limited edition fountain pen, 1992, the blue

vegetal resin barrel of dodecagonal section, with gold plated cap

set on each facet with a single cut diamond, with two colour 18

carat gold nib, piston filler, in a presentation case with outer card

packaging

The Europa pen was designed to commemorate the signing of

the Maastricht Economic Treaty on 7 February 1992. The twelve

diamonds represent the twelve participating countries.

£120-180

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OMAS, T2 Paragon 75th anniversary edition fountain pen, 263/750, 2000, with facetted

titanium cap and barrel, gold plated Greek key trim, and 18 carat gold nib, piston filler,

in its lacquered beech wood box with outer card packaging and paperwork; together

with two mounted advertising posters

OMAS was the first company to facilitate the faceting of titanium.

£300-400

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OMAS, Frank Lloyd Wright prototype fountain pen, circa 1999, with hexagonal black

resin barrel and cap, and silver plated detail, with 18 carat white gold nib, no piston

This pen is a very early design and never reached production. Frank Lloyd Wright

(1867-1959) was a prominent American architect and designer. Its design was carefully

conceived through the company’s observation and study of Frank Lloyd Wright’s

original drawings.

£100-150

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OMAS, Lisbon Expo limited edition fountain pen, no number, circa 1998, with

facetted blue resin cap and barrel and gold plated trim, two colour 18 carat gold nib

and piston filler

£100-150

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OMAS, ‘D-Day’ limited edition fountain pen, prototype model CSV0, circa 1994, with

military green resin barrel inscribed ‘PROTOTIPO PROPRIETA OMAS’, rhodiated

bronze cap, rolled gold cap band, and calligraphic 18 carat gold nib; together with

another prototype ‘D-Day’ model

The ‘D-Day’ pen was produced to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the landing of

the Allied troops on the coast of Normandy on 6th June 1944.

£50-80

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OMAS, Tassili limited edition fountain pen and ballpoint pen, prototype models SD06

and SD01, 1996, with dark brown vegetal resin barrel, and cast matte bronze cap

decorated with the facsimiles of the prehistoric drawings from the caves of North

Africa’s Tassili caves, the fountain pen with 18 carat gold nib with matte finish and

hand cut ebonite feeder, no internal piston

Tassili, located in South Algeria, is the site of important early rock paintings dating

from BC 6000-10,000, a site of exceptional archaeological significance. The Tassili pen

pays homage to man’s first graphic communications. It was created to commemorate

the International Association of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences congress that

was held in Forli, Italy in 1996.

£250-300

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OMAS, Tassili limited edition fountain pen, non-working prototype model SD08, 1996,

with dark brown vegetal resin barrel, and cast matte bronze cap decorated with the

facsimiles of the prehistoric drawings from the caves of North Africa’s Tassili caves,

the 18 carat gold nib with matte finish and hand cut ebonite feeder, no internal piston

Tassili, located in South Algeria, is the site of important early rock paintings dating

from BC 6000-10,000, a site of exceptional archaelogical significance. The Tassili pen

pays hommage to man’s first graphic communications. It was created to

commemorate the International Association of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences

congress that was held in Forli, Italy in 1996.

This model was produced in one of the earlier stages of design as a means of testing

the aesthetic effect of the materials.

£100-150

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OMAS, Jerusalem 3000 limited edition fountain pen, prototype model D07, 1996, the .925 standard silver

barrel and cap overlay designed as a spiralling open work band cast in relief with symbols of the City of

Jerusalem, the Jaffa Gate, the Zion Gate, the Lion’s Gate, the Wailing Wall, the ancient star, and the Seal of

Solomon, signed OMAS Extra Italy in the manner Simoni signed his first gold pen in 1925, with purpura

crimson resin barrel and cap and 18 carat white gold nib, piston filler

The Jerusalem 3000 was designed to commemorate the trimillennium of the ancient City of Jerusalem. Each

pen is the product of 108 hours of hand craftsmanship.

£150-200

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OMAS, Jerusalem 3000 limited edition fountain pen, prototype model V01, 1996, the vermeil barrel and cap

overlay designed as a spiralling open work band cast in relief with symbols of the City of Jerusalem, the

Jaffa Gate, the Zion Gate, the Lion’s Gate, the Wailing Wall, the ancient star, and the Seal of Solomon, signed

OMAS Extra Italy in the manner Simoni signed his first gold pen in 1925, with purpura crimson resin barrel

and cap and 18 carat gold nib, piston filler

The Jerusalem 3000 was designed to commemorate the trimillennium of the ancient City of Jerusalem. Each

pen is the product of 108 hours of hand craftsmanship.

Only 50 pens were made in vermeil, and none produced for sale. These pens would have been for promotional

use only.

£300-400

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OMAS, Jerusalem 3000 limited edition fountain pen, 2/500, 1996, the 18 carat gold barrel and cap overlay

designed as a spiralling open work band cast in relief with symbols of the City of Jerusalem, the Jaffa Gate,

the Zion Gate, the Lion’s Gate, the Wailing Wall, the ancient star, and the Seal of Solomon, signed OMAS

Extra Italy in the manner Simoni signed his first gold pen in 1925, with purpura crimson resin barrel and cap

and 18 carat gold nib and clip, piston filler, in black leather presentation box, together with a folio of original

design drawings

The Jerusalem 3000 was designed to commemorate the trimillennium of the ancient City of Jerusalem. Each

pen is the product of 108 hours of hand craftsmanship.

£800-1,200

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OMAS, Return to the Motherland limited edition fountain pen, 5/1997, 1997, with .925 standard silver barrel

sculpted in haut-bas relief with the design of a mother and son dragon supporting the emblem of the

Chinese pink dolphin (symbol of the love between mother and child) and the Bauhinia flower (symbol of

Hong Kong), the band beneath portraying Hong Kong harbour, the cap is decorated with stylised fountains,

the cap top engraved ‘Return to the Motherland’ about an enamel Bauhinia flower, with platinum plated 18

carat gold nib, piston filler, in its red leather presentation box, with paperwork and outer card packaging

The Return to the Motherland pen was produced to commemorate the reunification of Hong Kong with

China in 1997.

£250-300

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OMAS, Return to the Motherland limited edition ballpoint pen, 1997, with .925 standard silver vermeil

barrel sculpted in haut-bas relief with the design of a mother and son dragon supporting the emblem of the

Chinese pink dolphin (symbol of the love between mother and child) and the Bauhinia flower (symbol of

Hong Kong), the band beneath portraying Hong Kong harbour, the cap in decorated with stylised fountains,

the cap top engraved ‘Return to the Motherland’ about an enamel Bauhinia flower, with platinum plated 18

carat gold nib, piston filler, in its red leather presentation box, with paperwork

The Return to the Motherland pen was produced to commemorate the reunification of Hong Kong with

China in 1997.

£150-200

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OMAS, Marconi ‘100 Anni di Radio 1895-1995’ limited edition fountain pen, for the Russian market, 2/154,

circa 1995, with dark grey cap and barrel with intermittent gold plated bands, with rolled gold cap band and

clip, the latter designed as a stylised Morse code wireless telegraphy key, and two colour 18 carat gold nib,

piston filler

The Marconi was designed to commemorate 100 years of radio and the inventions and experiments of

Guglielmo Marconi.

£100-150

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OMAS, UNICEF ‘Signs for Children’ limited edition fountain pen, 11/300, 1996, the .925 standard

silver overlay designed by Nicola Trussardi, of open work spiralling design with a blue resin cap

and barrel visible beneath, the clip with a lapis roller, and 18 carat white gold nib, piston filler, in

blue velvet presentation box, together with mounted poster

The ‘Signs for Children’ series commemorates the 50th anniversary of UNICEF. Trussardi is a

fashion designer.

£300-500

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OMAS, UNICEF ‘Signs for Children’ limited edition fountain pen, 30/300, 1996, the .925 standard

silver overlay designed by designer Egon von Furstenburg, the cap of open work design cut with

the silhouette of a frog, with a blue resin cap visible beneath, the barrel engraved with the image

of a frog and signed ‘Prince Egon’, the clip with a lapis roller, and 18 carat white gold nib, piston

filler, in blue velvet presentation box, together with promotional brochures

The ‘Signs for Children’ series commemorates the 50th anniversary of UNICEF.

£200-250

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OMAS, Israel 50 Jubilee limited edition four pen set, 3/400, 1998, comprising an 18 carat gold

fountain pen and .925 standard silver fountain pen with matching ballpoint pens, each overlay cut

with the seven flames of the Menorah, the official symbol of the state of Israel, revealing a blue

vegetal resin barrel, the colour of the Israeli flag; the fountain pens are both piston fillers with 18

carat gold reinforced nibs designed to write both the English and Hebrew alphabet and engraved

with the Star of David, both sets in their velvet presentation boxes with outer card packaging and

paperwork, together with two mounted advertising posters

The Israel 50 set was designed to commemorate 50 years of the State of Israel, from 1948 to 1998.

£2,000-2,500

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OMAS, Las Vegas limited edition fountain pen, 100/100, with ‘Night Blue’ resin cap and barrel

inlaid with platinum to produce the ‘stars’, the 18 carat gold cap and barrel bands engraved with

images symbolising the ‘Vegas’ culture, the cap top and cap band set with a single stone diamond,

with 18 carat gold nib engraved ‘Las Vegas’, piston filler, in its presentation black velvet box

The complex design of the pen was intended to reflect not only the stereotypical notions of the

‘Entertainment Capital of the World’, but also its less accentuated side; the cap band is engraved

with the casinos alongside its academic institutions, the Night Blue resin recognising the brilliant

night sky of the surrounding Nevada desert, and the diamond on the apex of the pen evoking the

vision of the city as seen from space.

£1,000-1,500

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OMAS, Omaggio ad Armando Simoni limited edition fountain pen and pencil set,

150/500, circa 2000, comprising 11 pieces: the Arlecchino (‘Harlequin’) fountain pen;

Extra Lucens fountain and pencil sets in blue and in black and gold; Lucens fountain

pen and pencil sets in blue and in black and gold; 18 carat gold ‘Penne del Dottore’

fountain pen; and .925 standard silver ‘Penne del Dottore’ fountain pen (150/1500), in a

presentation box, with outer card packaging and a booklet on the collection, signed by

the actor Bill Cosby

This particular selection of pens was decided on by the daughter of Armando Simoni

to commemorate the 75th annivesary of the registration of the OMAS trademark, and

could be said to be the last great tribute to the origins of the company before OMAS’s

sale to LMVH. These eleven pens represent Simoni’s most innovative and iconic designs

from the 1930s, each adapted for the contemporary market. The Harlequin model,

inspired by the colourful comic character in the commedia dell’ arte, is particularly

significant in that very few models were made, and the one that is presented in this

collection is based on a pen produced by Simoni exclusively for his wife.

£3,000-5,000

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OMAS, ‘Check Marks’, Josiane Monrosty ‘Collezione Pittura Contemporanea’

limited edition maki-E lacquer fountain pen, circa 1994, on a turquoise satin pillow

in a wooden presentation box with paperwork

£1,000-2,000

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OMAS, ‘Pea Pods’, Josiane Monrosty ‘Collezione Pittura Contemporanea’ limited

edition maki-E lacquer fountain pen, circa 1994, on a turquoise satin pillow in a

wooden presentation box with paperwork

Artist Josiane Monrosty studied the art of lacquering in Japan under the direction of

master Mizu Uohi Sen Sei. She collaborated with OMAS to create this series of rare pens.

£1,000-2,000

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OMAS, ‘Sabres & Clouds’, Josiane Monrosty ‘Collezione Pittura Contemporanea’

limited edition maki-E lacquer fountain pen, circa 1994, on a turquoise satin pillow in a

wooden presentation box with paperwork

£1,000-2,000

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A set of three Edwardian gem set

brooches, circa 1910, each brooch

millegrain set with centre sections of

square cut emeralds, sapphires or rubies,

with rose cut diamond ends, mounted in

platinum flashed gold, each 4.5cm long,

in a fitted grey leather bound Goldsmiths

& Silversmiths Company Ltd case

£600-800

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A sapphire and diamond bar brooch,

the central section pavé set with nine

graduated brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 0.45 carats total, to

graduated square cut sapphire

terminals, 6.5cm long

£250-350

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An early 20th century diamond bracelet,

set along the length with sixteen old

brilliant cut diamonds pavé set in open

links, approximately 0.96 carats total,

with eight cut diamond connecting

spacer links between, to a concealed box

snap clasp, 17.5cm long

£1,000-1,500

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An Edwardian diamond Garland Style

brooch, circa 1910, the rectangular top

with a central cluster of old cut

diamonds in a rose cut diamond garland

mount, with four articulated rose cut

and old cut diamond tassels

suspended beneath, mounted in

platinum flashed gold with a

removable brooch frame,

3.9cm long overall

£700-1,000

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An early 20th century sapphire and

diamond ring, circa 1920, the central line

of old brilliant cut diamonds millegrain

set in individual collets, with circular cut

sapphire and old brilliant cut diamond

accents, approximately 0.60 carats total,

finger size T

£1,000-1,500

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A sapphire and diamond cluster ring,

the central square cut sapphire rub over

set above a surround of brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 0.30 carats

total, stamped ‘Plat’, numbered T0266,

finger size N

£600-800

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A pair of sapphire and diamond cluster

earrings, each set with a quatrefoil of

circular cut sapphires, with eight cut

diamond accents, with screw fittings

£200-300

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An Art Deco sapphire single stone ring,

circa 1930, the sugar loaf cabochon

sapphire with a light violet tinge, rub over

set between old brilliant cut diamond

single stone shoulders, stamped

‘Platinum’, maker’s mark BS, finger size

K; and a pair of sapphire and diamond

ear studs, the central cabochon

sapphires set within a surround of old

cut diamonds, 1cm diameter

£1,000-1,500

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An early 20th century diamond and

sapphire ring, the central marquise cut

diamond, weighing 0.90 carats, rub over

set within a border of calibre cut

sapphires, above pear shaped diamond

single stone shoulders, approximately

0.40 carats total, finger size M

£1,500-2,000

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An early 20th century diamond navette

cluster ring, pavé set throughout with

old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

1.40 carats total, finger size L

£700-900

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A pair of early 20th century baroque

cultured pearl and diamond pendent

earrings, the 10mm x 11mm baroque

cultured pearl drops set in rose cut

diamond caps, suspended by rose cut

diamond articulated connections from

rose cut diamond three stone tops,

5.3cm long overall

£600-800

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A sapphire and diamond butterfly

brooch, with circular cut ruby eyes, old

brilliant cut diamond thorax and

cabochon sapphire abdomen, the wings

set rub over set with old brilliant and

brilliant cut diamonds above rose cut

diamond grounds, with cabochon

sapphire wing tips, with a removable

brooch fitting, 6cm long

£1,500-2,000

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A late 19th century gold, amethyst, half

pearl and diamond pendant, circa 1890,

the central oval mixed cut amethyst set in

an open backed cut down collet in a

surround of half pearls and rose cut

diamonds, in a scrolled surmount with a

bouton pearl accent, and a fringe of five

pear shaped amethyst and half pearl drops

suspended beneath, 7cm long overall

£400-600

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A late Victorian gold, amethyst and half

pearl brooch, circa 1880, the central foil

backed cabochon amethyst set above a

concave mount within a circular border

of half pearls and rope twist decoration,

with a glazed locket to the reverse, with

a tassel fringe and similarly set amethyst

drop suspended beneath, 8cm long overall

£400-600

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A late Victorian gold and amethyst

brooch, circa 1880, the large oval mixed

cut amethyst claw set in an engraved

mount with cornet style claws, 4.4cm long

£150-250

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A pair of amethyst and diamond

pendent earrings, the large pear shaped

amethyst drops carved with flower

heads, suspended by rose cut diamond

caps from old cut diamond connections

with old brilliant cut diamond tops, 4cm

long, in a fitted S. J. Phillips burgundy

leather bound case

£2,000-3,000

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An amethyst and diamond cluster ring,

the central cut cornered step cut

amethyst claw set above a surround of

twenty four brilliant cut diamonds above

brilliant cut diamond single stone

shoulders, approximately 1.50 carats

total, finger size H

£600-800

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An amethyst and diamond ring,

the large oblong fancy cut amethyst,

estimated to weigh 33 carats, claw set

above brilliant cut diamond five stone

shoulders, approximately 1.00 carat total,

stamped ‘18ct’, finger size L

£600-800

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A late Victorian gold and garnet brooch and earring suite,

circa 1880, the brooch with a central flowerhead cluster of

oval mixed cut garnets in a gold entwined wire work

decorated mount, with a gold and garnet foliate drop

suspended beneath, 7cm long overall; the en suite drop

earrings set with three oval mixed cut garnets on textured

grounds, with fish hook fittings, 3.5cm long overall

£700-1,000

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A late Victorian gold ‘Mizpah’ brooch and earring

suite, circa 1880, the circular brooch embossed

‘Mizpah’ with a glazed locket to the reverse, 3.4cm long;

the en suite pair of articulated ear pendents with fish

hook fittings, 4.7cm long, in the original purple velvet

lined and brown leather bound fitted case

£400-600

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A late 19th century gold and garnet

bracelet, circa 1880, the central

quatrefoil panel set with a carbuncle

cabochon garnet with a glazed locket to

the reverse, on a bracelet of fluted cross

shaped links with cabochon garnet

spacers between, to a concealed box

snap clasp, 17.3cm long

£200-300

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A late 19th century gold, garnet and

diamond knot brooch, circa 1880, the

central circular carbuncle garnet

cabochon set in four old cut diamond

trefoil claws above an open knot brooch

mount, with graduated cushion shaped

old cut diamond accents, 5cm long

£700-1,000

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A late Victorian gold, garnet and

enamel ring, circa 1900, the oval

cabochon garnet claw set above a blue

enamel mount applied with fleur de lys,

to a tapered band shank with engraved

shoulders, finger size P

£200-300

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A mid 19th century gold and enamel

Renaissance Revival brooch, circa 1870,

centrally applied with a young man

wrestling with snakes, the red and white

and green and white enamel snakes

scrolling down the sides of the brooch

frame, on a textured gold cartouche

shaped brooch frame, 3.9cm long

£500-700

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A pair of emerald and diamond cluster

ear studs, each centrally set with an old

brilliant cut diamond in a flowerhead

cluster of oval cut emeralds and cushion

shaped old cut diamonds, with circular

cut emerald petal edges, with later post

fittings, 1.5cm wide, in an S. J. Phillips

Ltd red leather bound case

£2,000-3,000

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An early Victorian diamond spray

brooch, circa 1850, the principal cushion

shaped old cut diamond, weighing

1.95 carats, claw set in an open backed

cut down collet, to a spray of leaves set

throughout with variously cut old cut

diamonds, approximately 4.80 carats

total, mounted in gold backed silver,

4.7cm long

£3,000-5,000

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An early Victorian diamond brooch,

circa 1860, designed as a flowerhead

cluster, the central cushion shaped old

cut diamond claw set in a cut down

collet within old cut diamond petals,

approximately 4.00 carats total, mounted

in gold backed silver, 3.1cm long

£1,000-1,500

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A Georgian diamond cluster ring, circa

1780, the central rose cut diamond claw

set in a foil backed cut down collet,

above a surround of rose cut diamonds,

mounted in gold backed silver, above a

chased shank, finger size N

£400-500

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A Georgian gold and paste brooch, circa 1800,

designed as an arched ray, set in rows with variously

cut pale blue pastes in closed foil backed claw set

cut down collets, 8.3cm long

£300-500

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A Georgian moss agate and marcasite double heart

ring, circa 1780, the two pear shaped moss agates

rub over set in gold closed back mounts, within a

surround of rose cut marcasites, above bifurcated

shoulders with fleur de lys motifs to a plain shank,

finger size K

£300-500

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A Georgian gold and enamel mourning ring, dated

1725, the central glass locket in a fluted closed back

mount, above black enamel shoulders with the

dedication ‘Eliz: Bragge Obt. 3 April 1725 AE:75’,

finger size I

£200-300

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A Georgian diamond and amethyst ring, dated 1762,

the central cushion shaped diamond claw set in a

surround of small circular cut amethysts and outer

border of cushion shaped old cut diamonds, on a

plain shank engraved ‘Henry Hoskin D.d.30 Oct. 1762

Aged 32’, finger size L

£800-1,200

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A Georgian white enamel and gold mourning ring,

dated 1750, the scrolled section band with the

dedication in white enamel ‘Robt Rowney Ob:T 5

Sep. 1750 AE: 31’, finger size S

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A late Victorian gold, ruby and diamond

serpent bangle, circa 1880, the engraved

serpent’s head set with six oval and cushion

shaped mixed cut rubies in cut down claw

mounts, with cushion shaped old cut diamond

eyes, on a gold sprung hinged bangle, 4.8cm

inner diameter

£800-1,200

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A Regency gold, pink topaz and half pearl demi parure, circa 1820,

comprising a necklace with detachable pendant and drop earrings, the

necklace composed of five slightly graduated clusters, each centrally

set with cushion shaped pink topazes in foil backed cut down closed

back settings, within half pearl and gold filigree surrounds, with two

pink topaz and gold filigree connections between, on a twelve strand

fine link back chain to a pink topaz, half pearl and filigree clasp, 41cm

long; the removable quatrefoil pendant similarly set with foil backed

pink topazes and half pearls in a filigree surround, 5.2cm long; the en

suite pendent earrings set with pear shaped foil backed pink topazes in

filigree and half pearl surrounds from pink topaz tops, with fish hook

fittings, 4.5cm long, all in a later Victorian purple velvet bound fitted

case, with a hand written family history of the necklace glued into the

lid and dated 1938

£2,500-3,500

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A late Victorian gold, opal, emerald and diamond necklace, circa 1880, the front section with a central cluster of square cut

emeralds and old cut diamonds around an opal cabochon, flanked by two similarly set panels, with a removable pear shaped open

work opal, emerald and diamond drop suspended beneath, with two open work side panels set with opals and emeralds, on a two

strand gold serpentine link back chain to an engraved box snap clasp, with later extension pieces by the clasp, 42cm long, in the

original purple velvet lined and brown leather bound Mr. Streeter, New Bond Street, London fitted case

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A coral and cultured pearl necklace

with a yellow diamond and diamond

cluster clasp by Missiaglia, Venice,

composed of eight strands of 4mm

cultured pearls and coral beads, the

domed shaped clasp centrally set with

a yellow diamond, approximately 0.45

carats, above scrolls of pavé set brilliant

cut diamonds, approximately 1.60 carats

total, signed Missiaglia, the clasp 3.3cm

diameter, the necklace 40cm long overall

Please note the yellow diamond has not

been tested for colour treatment

£1,500-2,000

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A late Victorian gold and shell cameo

brooch, circa 1880, the oval shell cameo

carved to depict the dextral profile of a

Bacchante with vines in her hair, within

an engraved gold brooch mount, 4.8cm

long, in the original brown leather bound

fitted case

£200-300

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A late 19th century gold and shell

cameo brooch, circa 1880, the oval shell

carved to depict Venus carrying her bow,

attended by Cupid carrying a lighted

torch and another cherub and a hound,

in a gold wire work decorated frame with

a glazed compartment to the reverse,

6.2cm long overall

£250-350

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149

A late 19th century gold and micro

mosaic brooch by Federico and

Ferdinando Giuliano, circa 1890, the

central raised micro mosaic panel

depicting doves amongst forget-me-nots,

in a glass goldstone surround, set within

a gold mount with engraved motifs,

signed F. G in a punch mark, stamped

‘15’, 4.4cm long

Federico and Ferdinando Giuliano

opened their own London jewellery

manufacturing workshops at 24 Howland

Street in 1882, moving to 47 Howland

Street in 1886, and were probably the

younger brothers of Carlo Giuliano.

In 1903 Ferdinando and Federico closed

the Howland Street shop, leaving Carlo

and Arthur Giuliano to continue as the

only Giuliano business in London at

115 Piccadilly. Federico returned to

Naples where he died.

£300-500

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150

A late 19th century scarab beetle ring,

the faience scarab beetle claw set in a

wire work mount above trifurcated

shoulders and a beaded wire work shank,

finger size L

£150-200

151

A late Victorian gold and reverse

intaglio brooch, dated 1875, the oval

reverse intaglio painted with a collared

dove seated on a branch, rub over set

above a rectangular frame with half

pearl accents and an outer border of

engraved scrolls, with a concealed

pendant loop to the reverse, engraved

‘E. C. Millar From Her Great

Grandmother Clark 1875’, 5.5cm long

£700-1,000

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152

152

A late Victorian gold, enamel, coral and

diamond pendant, circa 1880, the central

quatrefoil cluster of corals with rose cut

diamond points between, set above blue

and white enamel surround in a twisted

gold wire border, with a glazed locket to

the reverse and a bead work pendant

bale, 3.5cm long, on a late Victorian

fancy curb link chain with a later bolt

ring clasp, 41cm long

£400-600

153

A late 19th century gold chain, circa

1880, composed of oval textured wire

links with polished disc links between to

a bolt ring clasp, 43.5cm long, with two

removed links (one broken), 48g gross

£500-700

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A late Victorian gold and turquoise

brooch, circa 1870, the open scrolled top

set with oval turquoise cabochons, with

a similar drop suspended between

chains to a similar lower drop, with a

small glazed compartment to the

reverse, 7.9cm long overall, in the

original brown leather bound fitted case

£300-500

155

A late Victorian gold and turquoise

brooch, circa 1870, the quatrefoil of

turquoise cabochons set above a gold

scrolled mount with shell terminals, and

a similar gold and turquoise drop

suspended beneath, 5.3cm long overall

£300-400

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155

158

156

156

An Edwardian gold, turquoise and half

pearl bracelet, circa 1910, the open

oblong links applied with alternate

scrolls of half pearls and turquoise

cabochons, to a concealed clasp

stamped ‘15’, 19cm long

£300-400

157

An Edwardian turquoise and diamond

hinged bangle, circa 1910, the central

turquoise cabochon claw set above a

surround of eleven old brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 0.50 carats

total, on a tapered hinged bangle, inner

diameter 5.2cm, with a brown leather

bound bangle case

£200-200

158

An Edwardian turquoise and diamond

cluster ring, the central turquoise

cabochon claw set above a surround

of ten old brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 0.40 carats total,

finger size J

£200-300

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160

159

A late Victorian heart shaped opal and

diamond pendant, circa 1890, the central

pear shaped opal cabochon claw set

above a double surround of old brilliant

cut diamonds, suspended from an old

cut diamond three stone pendant loop,

approximately 2.60 carats total, mounted

in gold backed silver, 3cm long overall, in

the original brown leather bound

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company

fitted case

£2,000-3,000

160

An Edwardian fire opal and diamond

pendant, circa 1910, the large oval mixed

cut fire opal drop suspended by an old

cut diamond articulated connection from

an oval mixed cut fire opal top, 5.4cm

long, attached to a fine link back chain

with a rose cut diamond clasp, in the

original fitted green leather bound

Liberty case

£1,500-1,800

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161

An Edwardian black opal and diamond

brooch, circa 1910, the large oval black

opal cabochon exhibiting a good play of

colour, claw set between graduated

eight cut diamond bar terminals,

mounted in platinum flashed gold,

3.6cm long

£2,000-3,000

162

An early 20th century opal and diamond

ring, the large oval opal cabochon claw

set above stepped eight cut diamond

shoulders, stamped ‘Plat’, finger size M

£1,500-2,000

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A South Sea cultured pearl, cultured

pearl and diamond necklace, the 13mm

South Sea cultured pearl drop mounted

in a brilliant cut diamond crown setting

with graduated cultured pearl tassels

suspended beneath, on a cultured pearl

necklace composed of sixty one 7mm

cultured pearls to a concealed clasp,

47cm long

£700-1,000

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164

A South Sea cultured pearl, diamond

and cultured pearl necklace, the 13mm

grey South Sea cultured pearl drop

suspended in a mount of brilliant and

marquise cut diamonds, to a necklace of

fifty eight 6mm grey cultured pearls with

bead spacers between, 48.5cm long

£500-700

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165

165

A diamond cluster pendant, the central

brilliant cut diamond claw set above a

surround of six brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 2.50 carats total, 1.5cm

long, attached to a 9 carat white gold

curb link chain, with Convention marks,

52cm long

£600-800

166

A pair of early 20th century onyx and

diamond double sided cufflinks, the

central rose cut diamonds set in cushion

shaped onyx surrounds and an outer

border of rose cut diamonds, with chain

link connections

Purchased from the sale ‘Viscount

Tonypandy: The Right Honourable T.

George Thomas: The Momentoes and

Residual Contents of His Estate’:

Phillips, Cardiff, 19th August 1998

£800-1,000

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169

A pair of pink tourmaline and diamond

ear pendents, the briolette pink

tourmaline drops set in brilliant cut

diamond caps, attached to articulated

brilliant cut diamond connections,

approximately 1.00 carat total, mounted

in 18 carat white gold, London 2011,

4.2cm long

£600-800

167

A diamond cluster ring, the central

square section inset with nine brilliant

cut diamonds, within a surround of thirty

brilliant cut diamonds, above brilliant

cut diamond three stone shoulders,

approximately 2.50 carats total,

stamped ‘18K’, finger size N

£700-1,000

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170

A pair of diamond cluster ear clips,

designed as scrolls, set throughout with

baguette and brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 2.70 carats total, stamped

‘750’, 2.5cm long

£650-750

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168

A diamond line bracelet, set along the

length with forty six slightly graduated

brilliant cut diamonds in articulated rub

over collets, approximately 4.00 carats

total, to a concealed box snap clasp,

mounted in 18 carat white gold, London

2000, 19cm long

£2,000-3,000

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A diamond ring, the top inset with

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

2.75 carats total,on a tapering shank,

stamped ‘18Kt’, finger size I

£300-500

172

A diamond band ring, the cross over top

channel set with brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 0.60 carats total, stamped

‘750’, finger size N

£300-500

173

A diamond band ring, the tapering top

channel set with seven rows of brilliant

cut diamonds, approximately 1.30 carats

total, on a tapered band, finger size E

(with sizing beads)

£300-500

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A pair of diamond ear studs, the ball

clusters pavé set throughout with eight

cut diamonds, 9mm diameter

£400-600

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A diamond single stone ring, the

modified square shaped brilliant cut

diamond, stated to weigh 0.99 carats,

rub over set above a tapering platinum

band, hallmarked Birmingham, finger

size J; and a plain platinum wedding

band, 4.1g, finger size J

The diamond single stone ring offered

for sale with a G.I.A. (Gemological

Institute Of America) Certificate,

Number 234734901, Dated 25th July 2006

stating the diamond is:

Colour: F

Clarity: SI2

£800-1,200

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178

A pink sapphire and diamond line bracelet, set along the

length with twenty one oval mixed cut pink sapphires in claw

set mounts, with brilliant cut diamond single stone spacers

between, to a concealed box snap clasp, 17.5cm long; and a

pink sapphire and diamond band ring, the central line of

brilliant cut diamonds pavé set between edges of circular cut

pink sapphires, mounted in 18 carat white gold, London 2006,

finger size J

£1,000-1,500

176

A kunzite and diamond pendant, the

large pear shaped kunzite drop claw set

within a surround of brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 0.85 carats

total, suspended by a pear shaped

kunzite top, mounted in 18 carat white

gold, London 2011, 4.2cm long

£500-700

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A diamond set pendant by Garrard,

the pendant designed as an interwoven

quatrefoil, pavé set throughout with

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

2.88 carats total, on a pavé set diamond

pendant loop, mounted in 18 carat white

gold, London 2003, signed Garrard, 8.2cm

long, on a diamond set long chain, the

fine curb link chain interspersed with

rub over set brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 5.26 carats total, stamped

‘750’, 96cm long

£1,500-2,000

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A mid Victorian diamond five stone ring, circa 1860, the central cushion shaped

old brilliant cut diamond, weighing 1.42 carats, claw set in an open back cut down

collet with two cushion shaped old cut diamonds to either side, approximately

1.20 carats total, mounted in gold backed silver on a tapered shank, finger size N

£2,000-3,000

181

An early 20th century diamond five stone half hoop ring, the cushion shaped old

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 2.20 carats total, claw set in a half hoop

mount with rose cut diamond points between, stamped ‘18ct’, finger size R

£1,000-1,500

182

A late Victorian diamond five stone half hoop ring, circa 1900, the graduated

cushion shaped old cut diamonds, approximately 2.90 carats total, with rose cut

diamond points between, claw set in a carved scrolled mount, finger size I (with

inner sizing ring), in an S. J. Phillips ring box

£4,000-6,000

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179

A late Victorian pearl and diamond double heart

brooch/pendant, circa 1890, the two grey 9mm half

pearls claw set within a double heart shaped

surround of old brilliant cut diamonds, with a 7mm

grey pearl and diamond drop suspended beneath,

the bow top set with old cut diamonds around a 5mm

bouton pearl, with a diamond three stone pendant

loop, approximately 3.59 carats total, mounted in gold

backed silver, indistinctly numbered 039, 5cm long

overall, in a red velvet S. J. Phillips fitted case,

with a modern fine curb link chain

Please note the pearls are untested and

unwarranted as natural pearls

£5,000-7,000

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185

183

A French Belle Epoque diamond and

pearl pendant, circa 1910, the open work

jardiniere set with rose cut diamonds

and pearl accents enclosed within a wire

circle, 3.5cm diameter, French poinçons,

on a later figaro link chain, with stamped

‘18K’ Swedish control marks

Please note the pearl are untested and

unwarranted as natural pearls

£400-500

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186

184

A diamond navette cluster ring, the

central cushion shaped old cut diamond,

weighing 1.61 carats, pavé set within a

surround of cushion shaped old brilliant

cut diamonds, approximately 1.40 carats

total, above eight cut diamond three

stone shoulders, stamped ‘18ct Plat’,

finger size M

£1,500-2,000

185

A late Victorian diamond and bouton

pearl double sided locket, circa 1890, the

central double sided glazed

compartment set within a half border of

graduated old cut diamonds and a lower

swivel border of cushion shaped old cut

diamonds, the foliate top set throughout

with old cut diamonds to a central

4.5mm bouton pearl, mounted in gold

backed silver, 4.7cm long

Please note the bouton pearl is untested

and unwarranted as natural pearl

£400-500

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186

A pair of diamond drop earrings, the

daisy cluster drops millegrain set with

nine old brilliant cut diamonds,

suspended by articulated knife edge

bars from cluster tops set with nine

cushion shaped old brilliant cut

diamonds and old cut diamond single

stone tops, approximately 4.00 carats

total, with later screw fittings, 4.7cm

long overall

£1,000-1,500

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A late 19th century green beryl,

emerald, pearl and diamond pendant,

circa 1890, the central square cut green

beryl millegrain set in a foil backed

closed back mount, within an open work

swag mount of rose cut diamonds, with a

5mm baroque pearl drop, bouton pearl

and small emerald accents, with a rose

cut diamond tied bow top, mounted in

gold backed silver, attached to a fine link

chain, the pendant 9.5cm long

Please note the pearls are untested and

unwarranted as natural pearls

£700-900

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A late 19th century diamond arrow pin,

circa 1890, the arrow head and flights set

throughout with old brilliant, old cut and

rose cut diamonds, mounted in gold

backed silver, with a long pin fitting,

8.5cm long overall

£500-700

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An Art Deco diamond panel bracelet,

circa 1935, the flexible kite shaped

panels set throughout with old brilliant

and old cut diamonds with similarly set

stirrup links between, approximately 7.80

carats total, to a concealed snap clasp,

18cm long

£3,000-5,000

188

A pair of late 19th century pearl and diamond cluster ear

studs, the central 7mm pearls set above a surround of eight

cushion shaped old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

3.40 carats total, mounted in gold backed silver, with later

post fittings, 1.6cm diameter

Please note the pearls are untested and unwarranted as

natural pearls

£3,000-4,000

189

A pair of baroque cultured pearl and diamond pendent

earrings, the baroque cultured pearl drops, suspended

from cushion shaped old brilliant cut diamond tops,

approximately 0.80 carats total

£800-1,200

192

An Edwardian diamond horseshoe stick

pin, circa 1910, millegrain set throughout

with old brilliant cut and old cut

diamonds, approximately 1.45 carats

total, mounted in platinum flashed gold

£500-700

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A diamond single stone ring, the

brilliant cut diamond, weighing 1.94

carats, claw set in a raised coronet

mount, finger size Q

£1,500-2,000

195

A pair of 1950s diamond ear clips by

Chaumet, designed as tapered ribbon

scrolls, pavé set throughout with brilliant

cut diamonds, approximately 4.50 carats

total, signed Chaumet & Cie Paris

Londres, numbered 380, French poinçon

and maker’s mark, 2.1cm long, in a red

leather bound J. Chaumet ear clip case

£2,500-3,500

194

A three row cultured pearl bracelet with

a diamond clasp by Lacloche, the

bracelet composed of three strands of

7.5mm cultured pearls with two brilliant

cut diamond spacer bars, approximately

0.50 carats total, the bow shaped clasp

pavé set throughout with brilliant and

eight cut diamonds, approximately 4.00

carats total, signed Lacloche Fres, 3cm

long, the bracelet 17cm long overall

£1,500-2,000

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197

198

An emerald and diamond brooch,

designed as an abstract wire work bow,

centrally set with a line of pavé set

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

1.30 carats total, with four pear shaped

cabochon emeralds, 5.2cm long

£800-1,200

199

A 1940s ruby and diamond spray brooch,

the oval cabochon ruby claw set within a

surround of old cut diamonds to textured

petals with eight cut diamond edges, on

a stem with rub over set old cut diamond

buds, 5.5cm long

£300-500

196

A multi gem set ring and earring suite,

the flower head mounts interchangeable

with sprays of circular cut rubies,

sapphires and cabochon turquoises, the

ring on a five hoop shank, finger size N,

the earrings 1.9cm diameter

£700-1,000

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A 1940s diamond and green paste

foliate spray brooch, the circular green

paste buds set amongst brilliant cut

diamond petals, leaves and tied stem,

approximately 2.20 carats total, 6.3cm

long, in a later green leather bound

fitted case

£700-1,000

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A ruby and diamond dress ring, the stepped cluster claw

set with circular cut rubies and seven marquise diamonds,

approximately 0.70 carats total, finger size P

£300-500

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A multi gem set pendant, the lattice pendant applied

with a marquise cut emerald, sapphire and ruby spray with

brilliant cut diamond accents, the frame corners set with

brilliant cut diamonds, with a diamond four stone pendant

loop, 4cm long overall, attached to a fancy link chain

£350-450

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A 1950s ruby and diamond foliate spray brooch, the

central double cluster set with brilliant cut diamonds in

circular cut ruby surrounds, with textured leaves and ruby

and diamond buds, on a pavé set brilliant cut diamond stem,

approximately 0.80 carats total, 4.2cm long

£300-500

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200

203

A pair of French ear clips, designed as wire work sprays with rope

twist accents,with clip and post fittings, French poinçons, maker’s

mark Ste A, 3cm long, 14g gross

£500-700

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A diamond brooch/lapel clip, designed as a fluted and polished

scroll, centrally set with a line of brilliant cut diamonds and outer

borders of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.85 carats total,

stamped ‘750’, 2.2cm long

£500-700

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An Edwardian aquamarine and diamond

pendant, circa 1910, the oblong mixed

cut aquamarine drop claw set with

millegrain set old cut diamonds around

the edge, suspended by four old cut

diamonds in articulated millegrain

collets from an old brilliant cut diamond

single stone top, approximately 0.60

carats total, 3.9cm long, on a fine trace

link chain, in the original brown leather

bound Nathan & Co fitted case

£700-900

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An aquamarine and diamond brooch,

the cushion shaped rectangular mixed

cut aquamarine, estimated to weigh 33

carats, set in an open backed cut down

collet, within a scrolled surround of

brilliant and eight cut diamonds,

4cm long

£2,000-3,000

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A pair of aquamarine and diamond ear

studs, the pear shaped aquamarines

claw set in scrolled mounts set with

eight cut diamonds, 2.2cm long

£700-1,000

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209

A sapphire and diamond cluster ring,

the central oval mixed cut sapphire claw

set above a surround of twelve brilliant

cut diamonds, approximately 0.96 carats

total, finger size M

£700-1,000

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208

A four strand graduated cultured pearl

necklace, composed of eighty-four,

seventy-seven, eighty-one and eightyseven

3mm to 8mm cultured pearls, to a

sapphire and diamond cluster clasp, the

central circular cut sapphire claw set

within a surround of cushion shaped old

cut diamonds in sapphire and diamond

set chevron ends, 47cm long

£800-1,200

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A late Victorian sapphire and diamond

target cluster brooch, circa 1890, the

central oval mixed cut sapphire claw set

within a surround of cushion shaped old

cut diamonds and an outer border of

circular cut sapphires, mounted in gold

backed silver, 2.5cm diameter

£800-1,200

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A pair of late Victorian diamond star brooches, circa 1890, each

brooch centrally set with a cushion shaped old brilliant cut diamond

above a sixteen rayed star, approximately 6.40 carats total, mounted

in gold backed silver, with removable brooch fittings, 3cm long, with

additional fittings for ear clips with hoop drop extensions; and a

smaller late Victorian diamond star pendant, the central old brilliant

cut diamond set above a twelve rayed star set throughout with old

cut diamonds, approximately 1.40 carats total, mounted in gold

backed silver, with a later pendant bale, 2.9cm long

£3,000-5,000

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A cultured pearl choker necklace with a late Victorian diamond

cluster clasp, composed of seven strands of 3.5mm cultured pearls,

the removable late Victorian cluster clasp centrally set with an old

brilliant cut diamond, claw set above a surround of ten old brilliant

cut diamonds, within an open target cluster mount set throughout

with old brilliant cut and old cut diamonds, approximately 7.20 carats

total, mounted in gold backed silver, 3cm long, the necklace and

clasp 32.5cm long overall

£3,000-5,000

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An early 20th century diamond brooch/bracelet, circa 1920, the

central cushion shaped old brilliant cut diamond, approximately 1

carat, set above articulated graduated pierced sections pavé set

throughout with old brilliant cut, old cut and rose cut diamonds,

approximately 2.40 carats total, with a removable brooch fitting and

expandable bracelet links, the brooch section 8.4cm long, the

bracelet 15.5cm long overall

£2,000-3,000

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A late Victorian diamond scroll brooch, circa 1890, designed as

a foliate scroll set throughout with cushion shaped old brilliant and

old cut diamonds with rose cut diamond accents, approximately

2.00 carats total, mounted in gold backed silver, 4.4cm long

£300-500

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A late Victorian moonstone and diamond brooch, circa 1890,

the oval moonstone carved to depict a running fox in a rub over

mount, within a border of old cut diamond set horseshoes at the

cardinal points, interspersed with old cut diamond accents,

mounted in gold backed silver, 3.1cm long

£500-600

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A late Victorian diamond star brooch, circa 1890, the five rayed

star set throughout with old cut diamonds with six old brilliant

cut diamonds between, approximately 2.00 carats total, mounted

in gold backed silver, with a removable brooch fitting, 3.2cm long

£700-1,000

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A late Victorian diamond star brooch, circa 1890, the sixteen

rayed star set throughout with cushion shaped and round old

brilliant cut and old cut diamonds, approximately 2.00 carats

total, mounted in gold backed silver, 3.3cm long

£600-800

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A pair of 1950s diamond ear clips,

designed as spirals of eight cut, brilliant

cut and baguette cut diamonds,

approximately 3.00 carats total,

1.8cm long

£1,000-1,500

219

A pair of ruby and diamond cluster ear

studs, the central circular cut rubies

claw set above a surround of brilliant cut

and eight cut diamonds, approximately

0.90 carats total, 1.1cm diameter

£500-700

220

A ruby and diamond cluster ring,

the oval mixed cut ruby, weighing

3.60 carats, claw set above a two tier

surround of brilliant cut diamonds above

tapered baguette cut diamond single

stone shoulders, approximately 1.80

carats total, the shank stamped 'PT 900',

finger size K

Offered for Sale with Ruby Report

from The Gem And Pearl Laboratory,

Number 04746, dated 30 October 2011,

stating the ruby to be:

Natural Ruby

No evidence of heat treatment was

observed

Origin Opinion: Burma

£8,000-12,000

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An Art Deco diamond clip, circa 1935, of

geometric open work scroll design, set

throughout with brilliant cut, eight cut

and baguette cut diamonds, approximately

3.60 carats total, 2.8cm long

£1,000-1,500

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An Art Deco diamond plaque brooch,

circa 1930, designed as an open work

geometric bow, set throughout with

brilliant cut diamonds with baguette cut

diamond accents, approximately 6.90

carats total, 5.6cm long

£2,000-3,000

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A diamond heart pendant, the domed

centre pavé set throughout with brilliant

cut diamonds and an outer surround of

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

3.50 carats total, with a plain pendant

bale stamped ‘18K’, 2.9cm long overall

£400-600

224

A pair of diamond heart shaped cluster

ear clips, pavé set throughout with

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

3.30 carats total, 1.8cm long

£800-1,200

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225

An emerald and diamond bracelet, the

central domed cluster claw set with

circular cut emeralds in a brilliant cut

diamond surround, with marquise cut

diamond connections to stirrup links set

with circular cut emeralds and baguette

cut diamonds, and a line of brilliant cut

diamonds in articulated box collets,

approximately 4.50 carats total, to a

concealed box snap clasp, 16.5cm long

£2,500-3,500

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An emerald and diamond half hoop

ring, channel set with a line of square cut

diamonds, approximately 0.90 carats

total, and a line of calibre cut emeralds,

stamped ‘750’, finger line N

£400-600

227

A diamond bombe cluster ring, the

domed top pavé set throughout with

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

4.30 carats total, stamped ‘750’, finger

size N

£1,000-1,500

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A pair of 18 carat yellow gold and

diamond ear clips by Kutchinsky, circa

1970, each clip designed as an abstract

flowerhead of textured gold, randomly

applied with brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 0.64 carats total, signed

Kutchinsky, 18 carat gold standard

marks, 2.7cm long, 25g gross

£700-1,000

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An emerald and diamond ring by

Kutchinsky, the three circular cut

emeralds claw set with eight brilliant cut

diamonds between, approximately 1.60

carats total, mounted in 18 carat yellow

gold, signed Kutchinsky, London 1979,

finger size K

£600-800

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An 18 carat yellow gold bracelet by

Kutchinsky, composed of interwoven

plain and textured foxtail link strands to

a concealed box snap clasp, signed K Ld,

London import 1967, 20cm long, 77.5g,

with a black leather bound Kutchinsky

case

£700-1,000

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An 18 carat gold, emerald and onyx tiger pendant by Kutchinsky,

the onyx disc pendant applied with stylised tiger with marquise

emerald eyes, the pendant fitting signed K Ld, London 1972,

5.5cm diameter; and an 18 carat gold chain by Kutchinsky,

composed of oval textured links, signed K Ld, London import

1972, 77cm long, 47.8g, with a black leather bound Kutchinsky

case and the original bill of sale from Kutchinsky dated 23/11/72

£500-700

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A 1940s Retro diamond set cocktail watch, the 18 jewel

Rolex manual movement, cal.1400 with monometallic screwed

balance and straight line lever escapement, concealed

beneath a hinged cover set with brilliant cut diamonds,

approximately 0.66 carats total, on an integral bracelet of

barrel shaped links interspersed with triple section polished

links, to a concealed box snap clasp, stamped ‘750’, 18.7cm

long, 102g gross (including movement)

£3,000-4,000

233

A malachite pendant by David Morris, the large malachite

disc claw set in an 18 carat yellow gold mount with a plain

pendant loop, London import hallmarks for 1972, with French

poinçons, maker’s mark DM, 7.1cm long overall; an 18 carat

yellow gold and malachite bracelet by David Morris, the

central butterfly with malachite wings set above a rigid hoop

bracelet, London import hallmarks for 1972, with French

poinçons, maker’s mark DM; and an 18 carat yellow gold heart

shaped malachite pendant by David Morris, in a nugget mount,

attached to a fine curb link chain, with a bolt ring clasp,

London import hallmarks for 1972, maker’s mark DM

£500-700

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A green tourmaline and diamond brooch, circa

1970, the textured frond brooch randomly set with

green and blue tourmaline crystals, interspersed

with three brilliant cut diamonds, stamped ‘18K’,

SK maker’s mark, 5.5cm long

This brooch was purchased by the vendor from

Hooper Bolton in Cheltenham

£600-800

235

A 1940s citrine brooch, the central step cut citrine

claw set above a wire work sunburst mount, 5.5cm

long

£400-600

236

A blue tourmaline and diamond ring by John

Donald, the circular blue tourmaline cabochon

inset into a textured naturalistic mount with

brilliant cut diamond accents, on a tapered shank,

mounted in 18 carat gold, London 1972, maker’s

mark rubbed, finger size O

£600-800

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237

A diamond line bracelet, set along the length with

forty eight brilliant cut diamonds in articulated rub

over collets, approximately 3.80 carats total, to a

concealed box snap clasp, 19.3cm long

£800-1,200

238

A multi gem set stag beetle brooch, the large onyx

cabochon thorax with a cornelian abdomen and

circular cut ruby eyes, stamped ‘18K’, 4.9cm long

£300-400

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239

A star sapphire pendant by Sybil Dunlop, the sugar

loaf purple star sapphire cabochon cabochon rub

over set in a pierced open work oblong mount, silver

hallmarks London 1969, maker’s mark SD, signed S.

Dunlop, with a pierced pendant bale, 4.6cm long

overall, on a fine curb link chain

£600-800

240

A pair of 18 carat two colour gold and diamond ear

clips by David Morris, the domed fronts set with

three brilliant cut diamonds on an oxidised white

gold ground with applied pink gold rope twist and

bead accents, hallmarked Birmingham import 1996,

DM sponsor’s mark, 2.7cm long

£500-700

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241

A pair of pink tourmaline ear clips by Mauboussin,

Paris, the large oval cabochon pink tourmalines rub

over set in polished cross over mounts, signed

Mauboussin Paris, numbered P22169, French

poinçons, 3.3cm long

£800-1,200

242

A labradorite single stone ring by Orton, Bradford

On Avon, the large oval labradorite cabochon rub

over set in a 9 carat gold textured mount with

beaded accents, on a tapered shank, Birmingham

2011, sponsor’s mark OJ, finger size X

£250-350

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A diamond collar, bracelet and ear stud suite by Tiffany & Co., the collar composed of articulated fluted baton links set with five

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.50 carats total, to a concealed box snap clasp signed Tiffany & Co., stamped ‘750’, 40cm long;

the matching bracelet set with seven brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.75 carats total, mounted in 18 carat yellow gold, London

1996, signed Tiffany & Co., 19.5cm long; the single stone brilliant cut diamond ear studs, approximately 1.00 carat total, mounted in

rub over settings, signed T & C, stamped ‘750’, 1cm diameter, all in a blue suedette Tiffany & Co. pouchette

£4,000-6,000

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243

244

A pair of Austrian diamond leaf brooches, the textured

leaves centrally set with a brilliant cut diamond on polished

stems, post 1922 .750 standard marks, maker’s mark WS,

4.6cm long, 49g gross

£800-1,200

245

A diamond single stone ring and matching half eternity ring

by Tiffany & Co., the single stone ring claw set with a brilliant

cut diamond in a raised coronet, approximately 0.70 carats,

above a double hoop cross over shank, signed Tiffany & Co.,

stamped ‘750 PT. 950’, finger size L; the matching half eternity

ring pavé set with seven brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

0.35 carats total, on a tapered wishbone shank, signed Tiffany

& Co., stamped ‘750’, finger size L

£1,000-1,500

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246

A French two colour collar necklace, composed of

square fluted links with two colour diamond shaped

links between to a concealed box snap clasp, French

poinçons, maker’s mark Ste B, 39.5cm long, 100g

£1,200-1,800

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247

A steel and gold Tubogaz bangle by Bulgari, the flexible bangle of alternate sections of steel

and gold, signed Bvlgari, stamped ‘750’ with Italian control marks, 4.6cm inner diameter

£700-1,000

248

An Italian diamond bangle, the fluted hinged bangle with a central section of pavé set brilliant

cut diamonds, stamped ‘18k” with Italian control marks, 5.4cm inner diameter, 29g gross

£600-800

249

A diamond three stone ring, the slightly graduated brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

1.00 carat total, rub over set in white gold mounts on a tapered 18 carat yellow gold band,

Birmingham Convention hallmarks, finger size M

£500-700

250

A diamond three stone ring, the slightly graduated brilliant cut diamonds claw set in

square collets, approximately 0.50 carats total, on a textured 18 carat yellow gold band,

London 2009, finger size V

£400-600

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253

A pair of diamond single stone ear studs, the

brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.90 carats

total, claw set in raised collets

£800-1,200

254

A peridot and diamond cluster ring, the central

oval mixed cut peridot claw set within a

surround of brilliant cut diamonds above

brilliant cut diamond trefoil shoulders,

approximately 0.72 carats total, mounted in 18

carat white gold, London 2011, finger size M

£500-700

255

A garnet and diamond cluster ring, the central

oval mixed cut garnet claw set within a

surround of brilliant cut diamonds above

brilliant cut diamond two stone shoulders,

approximately 0.96 carats total, mounted in 18

carat white gold, London 2011, finger size M

£400-600

251*

A diamond set bangle, pavé set all

around with approximately four hundred

and seventy brilliant cut diamonds,

totaling approximately 14.1 carats,

stamped ‘18K’ with indistinct control

marks, 5.8cm inner diameter

£1,500-2,000

252

A diamond collar necklace, the central

bib section channel set with a line of

brilliant cut diamonds in a border of pavé

set brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

4.50 carats total, on a flexible collar to a

concealed snap clasp stamped ‘750’,

approximately 40cm long

£1,200-1,800

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258

259

256

A diamond necklace, bracelet and ring suite by

Tiffany & Co., circa 2000, the necklace composed

of brushed textured links inset with brilliant cut

diamonds, signed Tiffany & Co., 2000, stamped

‘750’, 44cms long; the bracelet of similarly brushed

links, inset with brilliant cut diamonds, signed

Tiffany & Co., 2000, stamped ‘750’, 19cm long; the

ring mounted in 18 carat white gold, signed Tiffany

& Co., hallmarked London 2002, finger size O, all in

a blue suedette Tiffany & Co. pouchette

£4,000-6,000

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257

A diamond single stone ring, the square

emerald cut diamond, stated to weigh

0.91 carats, claw set in a raised coronet

mount, mounted in platinum, London

2007, finger size L

Offered for sale with a Gemological

Institute Of America (GIA) certificate,

Number 407621902, dated 13th December

2006, stating the diamond to be:

Colour: F

Clarity VS1

£1,500-2,000

LONDON

258*

A diamond half eternity ring by Tiffany

& Co., channel set with nine brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 0.36 carats

total, signed Tiffany & Co., stamped

‘PT950’, finger size H

£200-300

259

A diamond set full eternity ring,

channel set all around with baguette cut

diamonds, approximately 2.30 carats

total, finger size H

£700-900

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260

262

An emerald and diamond bracelet, set

along the length with twelve graduated

circular cut emeralds, above cross over

links pavé set with brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 1.50 carats

total, to a concealed box snap clasp,

18.2cm long

£1,000-1,500

263

An emerald and diamond cluster ring

for Mappin & Webb, the central circular

cut emerald claw set above a surround of

six brilliant cut diamonds, above channel

set shoulders of square cut emeralds and

square cut diamonds, approximately 0.80

carats total, mounted in 18 carat yellow

gold, London 2002, Mappin & Webb

sponsor’s mark, finger size M

£300-500

264

An emerald and ruby three stone ring

by Peter Jenner, the central emerald

cabochon rub over set between two

cabochon rubies in wire work and

beaded mounts, on a tapered 18 carat

yellow gold band shank, London 1987,

finger size V

£250-350

260

An 18 carat gold horse brooch by Cropp

& Farr, the trotting horse with ruby eye

and eight cut diamond set mane and tail,

London 1988, Cropp & Farr sponsor’s

mark, 4.3cm long, 11.3g gross; and

another similar horse brooch, stamped

‘750’, 4.5 m long, 11.9g gross

£400-600

261

A French horse racing brooch, the

realistically modelled horse with a

jockey, etched ‘France L65’, with French

poinçons, 6cm long, 31.4g gross

£700-1,000

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262

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265

An 18 carat yellow gold and cultured

pearl mistletoe brooch by Peter Jenner,

the textured gold leaves on a polished

stem with trefoils of cultured pearl

berries, hallmarked London 2009,

sponsor’s mark PCJ, 6.2cm long

£300-400

266

A diamond pendant, the square shaped

drop pavé set with brilliant cut diamonds

with brilliant cut diamond quatrefoil

connections, approximately 0.78 carats

total, attached to a fancy rope twist

chain with a barrel clasp, mounted in

18 carat yellow gold, Convention

hallmarks, 42.5cm long overall

£600-800

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267

267*

An 18 carat yellow gold and diamond

bracelet for David Morris, the fluted

gold links with brilliant cut diamond

stirrup links between, approximately

4.88 carats total, to a concealed box

snap clasp, Birmingham import 1990,

DM sponsor’s mark, 19cm long,

55.9g gross

£1,500-1,800

268

A diamond hinged bangle, the top with

a baguette cut diamond section with

cabochon sapphire terminals, above a

pavé set brilliant cut diamond ground

with channel set square cut diamond

ends, approximately 2.80 carats, inner

diameter 3.5cm, the clasp stamped ‘750’

£800-1,000

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270

271

A citrine and diamond cluster ring, the

central oval mixed cut citrine claw set

above a surround of brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 0.72 carats

total, mounted in 18 carat white gold,

London 2011, finger size M

£400-600

272

A pair of ear clips by Boucheron,

designed as beaded tapered hoops, with

post and clip fittings, signed Boucheron,

numbered B776P.3691, stamped ‘750’

with French poinçons, maker’s mark Ste

B, 2.5cm long, 28g gross

£1,000-1,500

269*

A diamond bracelet by Mouawad, set

along the length with twelve brilliant cut

diamonds, with six oval brilliant cut

diamonds between, all in articulated four

claw mounts, approximately 7.70 carats

total, to a concealed box snap clap,

signed Mouawad, stamped ‘750’,

18cm long

£4,000-6,000

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270

A pair of coral and diamond ear clips by

Boucheron, Paris, the flowerheads

composed of carved coral petals around

a central brilliant cut diamond, on

textured stems with pavé set brilliant cut

diamond leaves, approximately 0.80

carats total, signed Boucheron Paris,

numbered 37500, French poinçons,

3cm long

£1,000-1,500

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A diamond foliate spray brooch

mounted by Cartier, the petals pavé set

throughout with brilliant cut and old

brilliant cut diamonds with baguette

cut diamond accents, on a baguette cut

diamond stem, approximately 5.90 carats

total, signed Mtd. Cartier, 4.6cm long,

in a gilt tooled red leather bound

Cartier case

£1,500-2,000

274

A diamond full eternity ring, set all

around with nineteen brilliant cut

diamonds, approximately 2.28 carats

total, finger size P

£1,000-1,500

275

A diamond single stone ring, the step

cut diamond weighing 2.38 carats, claw

set above baguette cut diamond

shoulders, stamped ‘Plat’, finger size J

£4,000-6,000

276

A pair of diamond cluster ear studs,

designed as flowerheads, pavé set with

eight cut diamond leaves around a

central brilliant cut diamond,

approximately 1.20 carats total,

1.2cm wide

£700-1,000

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277

A diamond cluster ring, claw set in an

abstract cluster with baguette and

marquise cut diamonds, approximately

1.70 carats total, finger size K

£1,000-1,500

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An emerald and cultured pearl fish

brooch, the textured scrolled fish with a

circular cut emerald eye and an 8mm

grey cultured pearl detail, stamped ‘750’

with control marks, 6cm long

£350-450

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An Italian enamel, ruby and diamond

cat brooch by Frascarolo, the winking

cat with a cabochon ruby eye, eight cut

diamond eyebrow and brilliant cut

diamond accents, with green enamel

sections in the body, signed Modele FC

Depose, numbered N8850, stamped ‘750’

with Italian control marks, 3.4cm long

£600-800

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278

281

A multi gem set leopard brooch, the

reclining leopard pavé set with eight cut

diamonds, emerald eyes and ruby paws,

on an eight cut diamond set bar,

mounted in 18 carat white and yellow

gold, London 1989, 5.2cm long

£600-800

278

A gem set lion brooch by Van Cleef &

Arpels, the caricature lion with circular

cut emerald eyes, onyx nose and pavé

set brilliant cut diamond muzzle, with a

textured body and wire work mane,

signed VCA 62, numbered numbered

110104110104, French poinçons and

maker’s mark P & Fils, 5cm long, with a

blue suede Van Cleef & Arpels box

£2,000-3,000

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284

282

A diamond set owl brooch, the beaded

textured owl seated on a bench with

brilliant cut diamond eyes, stamped

‘750’, 2.8cm long

£300-500

283

An enamel and diamond kingfisher

brooch, the pair of kingfishers seated on

a branch, with green, red and blue

enamel heads and pavé set eight cut

diamond bodies, 4.1cm long

£1,000-1,500

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285

284

A multi gem set bird of paradise

brooch, the body set with cabochon

emeralds, the neck pavé set with brilliant

cut diamonds, with a ruby eye, kite

shaped diamond beak, and brilliant cut

diamond and marquise and brilliant cut

yellow diamond crown feathers, seated

on a branch pavé set brilliant cut

diamonds, with articulated plumage set

with carved cabochon sapphires and

pavé set brilliant cut diamonds, diamond

weight approximately 4.00 carats total,

9cm long overall

The yellow diamonds have not been

tested for colour treatment

£1,500-2,000

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285

A ruby and diamond bird of paradise

brooch by Cartier, the gold textured

body with pavé set brilliant cut diamond

accents and feather detail,

approximately 0.50 carats total, with a

cabochon ruby eye, mounted in 18 carat

gold, signed Cartier, numbered 7236,

London 1963, JC maker’s mark, 4.4cm

long, in a gilt tooled red leather bound

Cartier case

£1,500-2,000

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An Edwardian emerald and diamond pendant, circa 1910,

the 16mm long drilled emerald drop set in a rose cut

diamond cap, suspended by chain connections interspersed

with rub over set old cut diamonds, the top with an 11mm

drilled emerald ball set between rub over set diamonds with

old cut diamond fleur de lys terminals, 6cm long, on a fine

link back chain, in the original Carrington & Co. grey leather

bound fitted case

£6,000-8,000

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A two strand cultured pearl necklace, composed of sixty

seven and sixty three 9mm to 9.5mm cultured pearls, to a

mid Victorian emerald and diamond cluster clasp, the clasp

centrally set with an oval mixed cut emerald in a cut down

closed back collet, above a quatrefoil surround of cushion

shaped old cut diamonds, approximately 1.00 carat total,

mounted in a gold backed silver with a glazed locket to the

reverse and engraved ‘RM Pottinger died 8 Ma... 90’, the

clasp 2.2cm long, the necklace 62cm long overall

£2,500-3,500

288

An emerald and diamond cluster ring, signed Boucheron,

the central cluster of seven circular cut emeralds claw set

above a surround of twelve brilliant cut diamonds, approximately

1.50 carats total, above bifurcated shoulders, signed

Boucheron, finger size L

£3,000-5,000

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289

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An early 20th century emerald and

diamond cluster ring, the central step

cut emerald rub over set within a

surround of old brilliant cut diamonds

above diamond three stone shoulders,

approximately 0.48 carats total, finger

size N

£800-1,200

290

An emerald single stone ring, the cut

cornered step cut emerald, estimated to

weigh 4.30 carats, claw in a brilliant cut

diamond set gallery above triangular cut

diamond single stone shoulders,

approximately 0.40 carats total, mounted

in platinum, London 2003, finger size L

£4,000-6,000

291

An Edwardian emerald and diamond

Garland Style brooch/pendant, circa

1910, the central step cut emerald claw

set within a surround of old brilliant cut

diamonds, to an open swag mount

millegrain set throughout with old

brilliant cut diamonds, with five old

brilliant cut diamond drops suspended

beneath, approximately 5.15 carats total,

mounted in platinum, with a removable

diamond three stone pendant loop,

brooch fitting and fine link chain, 6cm

long, in the original J. Henry Watherston,

42 Old Bond Street, gilt tooled fitted case

£4,000-6,000

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A Georgian diamond chandelier brooch, circa 1780, the three pear shaped cluster

drops centrally set with pear shaped diamonds in a surround of cushion shaped old cut

diamonds, suspended from an old cut diamond foliate cluster centre and old cut

diamond circular cluster top, approximately 5.20 carats total, mounted in silver, with a

later removable brooch fitting, 5.5cm long, in a red leather bound fitted case

£2,500-3,500

293

A pair of early Victorian diamond drop earrings, circa 1850, the circular cluster drops

centrally set with an oval old brilliant cut diamond in a surround of cushion shaped old

cut diamonds, suspended from articulated old cut diamond leaf connections to an old

cut diamond cluster top centrally set with a cushion shaped old brilliant cut diamond,

approximately 4.60 carats total, 3.9cm long, with later post fittings, in a brown leather

bound fitted case

£6,000-8,000

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A Georgian sapphire and diamond cluster ring, circa 1800, the central oval mixed cut

sapphire mounted in a closed back setting within a double surround of cushion shaped

old cut diamonds, approximately 1.40 carats total, mounted in gold backed silver above

trifurcated shoulders applied with scalloped detail, on a plain shank, finger size G

(with inner sizing ring), with a red leather bound Harvey & Gore case

£7,000-10,000

295

A Georgian diamond cluster ring, circa 1770, the central cushion shaped

old brilliant cut diamond, weighing 1.53 carats, claw set in a closed back foiled mount,

within a surround of cushion shaped old cut diamonds above old cut diamond two

stone shoulders, approximately 2.40 carats total, in a fluted gold backed silver mount

on a graduated ridged shank, finger size N

£5,000-8,000

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An Art Deco sapphire single stone ring by Chaumet, circa 1935, the oval mixed cut

sapphire weighing 13.90 carats, claw set above eight cut diamond stepped shoulders,

the under gallery with eight cut diamonds millegrain set in individual collets, signed

Chaumet, numbered 19461, rubbed French poinçons to the outer shank, finger size L

(with inner sizing shank)

Offered for Sale with a Sapphire Report from The Gem And Pearl Laboratory,

Number 04747, Dated 30 October 2011, stating:

Natural Sapphire

No evidence of heat treatment was observed

Origin Oinion: Sri Lanka

£15,000-20,000

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A pair of French diamond ear pendants, designed as tapering drops of articulated

oval sections, each pavé set with old brilliant cut and old cut diamonds, to similarly set

connections and top, approximately 5.80 carats total, the post fittings with indistinct

French poinçons, 5.8cm long, in a beige suede Rene Boivin Joailler, 4 Avenue L’Opera,

Paris case

£8,000-12,000

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A diamond single stone ring, the old brilliant cut diamond, weighing 5.00 carats,

claw set in a raised mount above tapered baguette cut diamond single stone

shoulders, stamped ‘Plat’, finger size H with sizing beads

£15,000-20,000

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An Art Deco lapis lazuli and diamond bracelet by Black, Starr & Frost, circa 1925,

composed of rectangular open links centrally set with a lapis lazuli panels carved with

flowerheads and foliage, in old brilliant cut diamond mounts with baguette cut and old

brilliant cut diamond stirrup connections, with square carved lapis lazuli and old

brilliant cut diamond section links between, approximately 9.20 carats total, to a

concealed clasp, signed BS&F., 18.5cm long

£20,000-30,000


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A set of four early George III cast silver shaped square candlesticks, perhaps by Thomas Hannan & John Carter, London 1765, 10½in high.

Est. £5,000-7,000

Fine Silver & Objects of Vertu

Donnington Priory, 7th December 2011

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Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE

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Donnington Priory, 7th December 2011 at 12noon

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A George III mahogany cutlery urn, circa 1800, the

husk and guilloche banded lid with an acorn finial,

the body with guilloche band above half fluting and

leaf carving with patinated metal loop handles, on a

beaded socle and square base with ogee bracket

feet, 2ft 6in high, 44cm diameter.

Est. £2,000-3,000

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Dreweatts catalogue descriptions and condition reports adhere to the

guidelines laid out in the ‘Blue Book’ of CIBJO, the International Jewellery

Confederation.

Import/Export Restrictions

There maybe Import Resrictions into some territories outside the United

Kingdom placed on certain watch brands, or on the importation of watches

with straps composed of animal skins which may fall under CITES Regulations.

It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to comply with all Export/Import

regulations and potential bidders are strongly recommended to check with

their shipping agent as to any such regulations that may apply to any lot.

Dreweatts are not shippers and are unable to offer any advice regarding

such regulations.

Condition Reports

Dreweatts condition reports will identify whether a watch functions at the

time of cataloguing, and suggest possible, but not comprehensive, restoration

work that may need to be carried out for the watch to function properly.

Dreweatts are unable to test watches for accuracy or running to time, and we

cannot guarantee that any watch will function when purchased form us.

As we have examined all watch movements by removing the case backs, we

cannot guarantee that water resistant watches will remain water resistant

following purchase from us. Dreweatts recommend that any watch purchased

from us is subsequently overhauled by a competent watchmaker to ensure

proper functioning.

Weights

All gram weights have been obtained using an electronic balance, but weights

stated in the catalogue are approximate and for guidance only, and potential

bidders should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

‘…approximately 1.20 carats total,…’ all such stone weights are estimated

using standard equipment and formulae, and are subject to the limitations

imposed by the mount.

‘…weighing 1.20 carats,…’ where the description reads as such, the stones in

question have been removed from the mount and weighted using an electronic

balance.

Signatures

‘…by Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece made by or for the jeweller, bearing

relevant signatures, maker’s marks, and where appropriate, the maker’s

inventory number/s.

‘…signed Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece retained by the jeweller, but

not necessarily made by them. This may also mean that the piece has been

mounted by the jeweler using stones supplied by the client; a special

commission from a client’s design; or has been altered or later added to.

Coloured Stones of Burma (Myanmar) Origin

Buyers should be aware that certain territories (notably the United States

of America) have import restrictions on certain coloured gemstones. All

gemstones that maybe of Burma (Myanmar) origin, notably rubies and jadeite,

may require a certificate of origin before they can be imported. Prospective

bidders for such gemstones should check with their shipper, and relevant

Government authorities regarding any necessary certification prior to bidding.

Whilst Dreweatts are able to suggest a number of Gemmological Laboratories

for such certificaion, we are unable to carry out any such certification for

potential bidders or buyers.

Detailed condition reports for all lots are available from our website www.dnfa.com, and upon direct request to the Saleroom.

Please note that Dreweatts are unable to give verbal condition reports for any lot, and all condition reports will be given in writing

via our website www.dnfa.com, or by fax (fax no: 01635 553 599). Dreweatts jewellery specialists and qualified gemmologists are

available during the view to answer any queries.

Dreweatts are unable to offer any form of packing, dispatch or shipping services, and clients should make their own collection arrangements for

purchased lots. Dreweatts are happy to suggest the services of a number of dispatch and shipping carriers.


These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Dreweatts (the “Auctioneer”) and the seller, on the one hand, and the

buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms.

INFORMATION FOR BUYERS

1. Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers,

particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted

on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and

normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is

anything you do not fully understand.

2. Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity,

for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your

primary contract is with the seller.

3. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be

involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the

reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s

Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale

and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

4. Buyer’s Premium. The Buyer agrees to pay a buyer's premium on the hammer price

of each lot purchased. The buyer's premium is 22% (26.4% including VAT) of the

hammer price on each lot up to and including £300,000, plus 12% (14.40% including

VAT) for any amount in excess of £300,000.

5. VAT. (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate

(presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s

premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for

VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme

or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. The double symbol (**)

indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the

present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the

gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which

appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the

hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin

Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not

recoverable as input tax.

6. Descriptions and Conditions. Condition reports are provided on our web site or

upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without

imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated value of the lot, and

large numbers of such requests received shortly before the sale may not receive a

response to all lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and,

particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion from such a

professional. We recommend that you always view a lot in person.

We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided

by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general

view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of

lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise

for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and,

therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may

be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots

contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers,

accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any

age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined

the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any

defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which

would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods.

Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are

‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time

limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale).

7. Electrical goods. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be

checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first

8. Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an

export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on

importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited

materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

9. Bidding. Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and lots

will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of

identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance

about our arrangements for telephone bidding.

10. Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating

the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed

as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If

two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first

bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving

of commission bids by telephone or FAX.

11. Methods of Payment.The following methods of payment are acceptable.

Debit Cards drawn on a UK bank, there is no additional charge for purchases made

with these cards.

Bank transfer direct into our bank account, all transfers must state the relevant

sale number, lot number and your bid / paddle number. If transferring from a foreign

currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in pounds sterling (after

currency conversion and the deduction of any bank charges). Our bank details can

be found on the front or your invoice or in the sale catalogue under ‘Important

Notices’.

Sterling cash payments of up to £12,000 (subject to money laundering regulations)

All major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address with the

exception of American Express and Diners Club. A surcharge of 3% is payable on

all payments made by credit cards.

Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account and made payable to

‘Dreweatts 1759’. It will be necessary to allow at least six working days for the

cheque to clear before collecting your purchases.

12. Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about

collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected

promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges.

13. Droit de suite royalty charges. From 14th February 2006 all UK art market

professionals (which includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries,

agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all

works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only

calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than

the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will

fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates.

It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise

EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard, and the

auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different

to the rate indicated.

All items in this catalogue that are marked with δ are potentially qualifying items,

and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than

the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000.The royalty charge will be added to all

relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty

charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no

handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by

the auctioneers.

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer

price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK

sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more

than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges

will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please

see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

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TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS

1. Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and

if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller

has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority

to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

2. Commission is charged to sellers at the following rates:- please enquire at our

salerooms.

3. Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated

deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but

any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

4. Loss and damage of goods.

(a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Dreweatts is not authorised by the FSA to provide

insurance to its clients, and does not do so. However Dreweatts for its own

protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale

estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liablilty, Dreweatts makes a

charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minmum charge of £1.50,

or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Dreweatts shall

be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold.

(b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writng not to take such

action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the

property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the

owner, and clause 4 (a) is inapplicable

5. Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the

Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in

respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the

text of the catalogue.

6. Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be offered subject to a

reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may

sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds

as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you

specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the

formal reserve.

7. Reserves.

(a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being

the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be

reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject

to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and

insurance charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment).

(b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent.

(c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to

the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally.

8. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where

such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing

by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless

antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on

your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at

your expense.

9. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the

interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered

and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods

as refuse, at your expense.

The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of

The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available

for inspection on request

10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance

etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of

descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances

responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have

approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary.

Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate

forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you

for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be reoffered

at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must

collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise,

storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in

these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of 15% plus

VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued.

13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale.

In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner

or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third

party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result

of any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion, and as far as

practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art

Loss register, which is administered by an independent third party.

14. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest.

(a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses

incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to

retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our

Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date

of settlement.

(b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later

than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold

at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had

been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply.

15. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without

sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing

charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you

do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within

three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net

proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for

disposal.

16. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place

within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not

paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take

your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed

by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must

note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances

provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability

in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the

date of sale.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

Dreweatts 1759 Limited trading as Dreweatts carries on business with bidders,

buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale

on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices

as may be referred to herein.

1. Definitions

In these Conditions:

(a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Dreweatts or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;

(b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as

to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally

described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at

the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had

been in accordance with the description;

(c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when

the auctioneer brings down the hammer;

(d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on

which Dreweatts accepts instructions from sellers or their agents;

(e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together

with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable

by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions;

(f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of

the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any

other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising;

(g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. Bidding procedures and the Buyer

(a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any

security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid;

(b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall

be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the

auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction

or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion.

(c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals.

(d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of

any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

3. Increments

Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.

4. The purchase price

together with a premium thereon of 26.4% which shall include VAT on the premium at

the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be liable for any royalties payable under

Droit de Suite as setout under Information for Buyers above.

5. Value Added Tax

Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an

asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate

prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please

refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).

6. Payment

(1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will:

(a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and

(b) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed by us.

(2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from

you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your

agent, whether express or implied.

(3) Buyers who utilise the services of ATG Live Auctions or any other live internet

services are hereby informed that the payment method details that are provided to

ATG Live Auctions or any other live internet services as part of the process of

registration will, in the absence of compliance with paragraph (1) of this clause, be

utilised by us to settle any amounts owing by such buyers to us.

7. Title and collection of purchases

(1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made

payment in full to us of the total amount due.

(2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased

and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon

the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible

for any removal, storage and insurance charges.

(3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for.

(4) Dreweatts is unable to arrange packaging or shipping of items. Successful buyers

must make these arrangements independently, though the saleroom may be able

to suggest specialist shipping companies who can advise buyers, this advice is not

a recommendation and the saleroom is not liable for any aspect of the packaging

and shipping process. Please note that the cost of packaging and shipping depends

on the size/weight of the item(s) purchased, insurance requirements, and the

shipping destination, not on the value of the item(s) purchased. Please note that

any items not collected within one week of the sale date may be automatically

removed to commercial storage and subject to a storage charge.

8. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases

(1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or

if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our

own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights

we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies:

(a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract;

(b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you;

(c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible

for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment

and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller;

(d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage,

either at our premises or elsewhere;

e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due

to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale;

(g) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due;

(h) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose

conditions before any such bids shall be accepted;

(i) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you

towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right

to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until

the debt due is satisfied.

(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and

remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of

breach of these conditions

9. Third party liability

All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note

the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the

auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury

(except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of

the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. Commission bids

Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always

responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have

carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed

clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our

employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such

failure is unreasonable.

Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the

right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

11. Warranty of title and availability

The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the

property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is

able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

12. Agency

The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default

by sellers or buyers.

13. Terms of sale

The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these

Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the

consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

14. Descriptions and condition

(1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out

exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities

to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their

behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot.

Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or

statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance,

condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any

such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions

given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer

nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such

opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition

or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is

subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies

save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by

auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. Forgeries

Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate

forgery (as defined) may bereturned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided

it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars

identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of

defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate

forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s

premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of

scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer

a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy

provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale.

General

16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or

attendance at our auctions by any person.

17. (1) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect

of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided

by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

(2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit

of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may

themselves enforce them.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail,

email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the

addressee 48 hours after posting.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items

in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any

glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue.

20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict

terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at

the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other

respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect.

21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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FINE JEWELLERY, FINE WATCHES, PENS

Wednesday 30th November 2011 Sale Code: 13492

I authorise Dreweatts - London Salerooms, to bid on my behalf

up to the maximum price indicated plus the 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

Buyer’s Premium

To aid legibility please fill in your details in BLOCK CAPITALS.

Title Initials Surname

Address

Tel (Day) Fax

Postcode

Mobile Email

Signed

Date

COMMISSION BIDDING SLIP

Lot No. Max. Bid Price (£) Ex.Premium & VAT

Dreweatts London

24 Maddox Street

Mayfair, London W1S 1PP

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3291 2832

Fax: +44 (0) 20 3291 2834

fineart@dnfa.com

www.dnfa.com

Whilst every care is taken in carrying out buyers’

instructions, neither Dreweatts, nor their staff can be

held responsible for any errors made.

All successful bids are subject to a 22% plus VAT (26.4%)

of the hammer price up to £300,000, and 12% plus VAT

(14.40%) on the hammer price in excess of £300,000

Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder,

by debit card issued by a UK bank, by bank transfer, in

cash up to £12,000 (subject to relevant money laundering

regulations), or by all major UK issued credit cards

registered to a UK billing address with the exception of

American Express and Diners Club. A surcharge of 3% is

payable on all payments made by credit card. This

surcharge does not apply to debit card payments.

Payment may also be made by Sterling personal cheques

drawn on a UK bank account but Dreweatts regrets that

purchases paid for by this method can not be collected

until your cheque has cleared.

If you leave an odd bid, the Auctioneer will increase your

bid to the next highest figure.

Bids must be received the day before the sale, in certain

circumstances it may not be possible to execute bids

received on the day of the sale.

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Diana (Princess of Wales)

[Sale Catalogue] Dresses, from the Collection of Diana, Princess of Wales, number 114 of 250 copies sig ned by Diana

Christie’s New York, 1997.

Est. £2,000-3,000

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