Silver, Jewellery & Watches Auction
on Thursday 20th September 2018

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1.      A XIX Century Plated Yeomans Swing & Revolve Pitcher, with Neo classical figural supports (repaired), stamped to base "Patented June 22nd 1869", overall height 46cm. £30-50
2.      A Dutch Snuff Box, HH (possibly Hubertus Hooijkaas), of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief, depicting windmill and dwellings by a river, stamped marks, 5.8cm wide. £50-80
3.      A Modern Novelty Pill Box, as a mandolin, stamped "925", 7.9cm long. £20-40
4.      A Modern Novelty Trinket Pot, as an apple with stalk and leaf, indistinctly stamped "925". £20-40
5.      A Modern Novelty Pill Box, as a wrapped sweet, stamped "925", 5.7cm long. £15-25
6.      An Arts & Crafts Handmade Spoon, with scroll loop finial to handle and circular bowl; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Pin Dish, S.I. Ld, Chester 1919, of plain circular form, 7.5cm diameter. (2) £30-50
7.      A German Snuff Type Box, stamped crescent and crown mark and "800", of rectangular form allover engine turned and inscribed "C.Schmit", gilt lined, 5.3cm long; together with a combination sliding pen/pencil/knife, stamped "Sterling Silver" and a racehorse stickpin. (3) £130-150
8.      A Swedish Strainer, the shallow circular bowl detailed in relief with ribbon tied garland swags, stamped "GAB" and "I7" (for 1911), 13.7cm long. £40-60
9.      A Circa XVIII Century Scandinavian 'Hovedvansaeg', of heart shape with coronet finial, on oval domed base, prick dot initialled, stamped marks and stamped makers mark "HB", 7cm high. £70-100
10.     Christofle; A Modern 132 Piece Canteen of Plated Cutlery, comprising twelve each table spoons, dinner forks, dinner knives, luncheon forks, luncheon knives, desert spoons, dessert forks, dessert Knives, fish knives, fish forks, teaspoons, all contained in fabric cutlery rolls and boxes. £200-300
11.     A Large Mappin & Webb Prince's Plate Twin Handled tray, of shaped rectangular design, detailed to the centre and initialled "R", overall width over handles 70cm. £100-120
12.     A Modern Italian Rectangular Plaque, depicting the Madonna and Child in relief, signed "Romagnoli" and stamped "925", within walnut effect frame, overall dimensions 52 x 44cm. £70-100
13.     A Circa Early XX Century Hukin & Health Plated Oil Lamp, the circular base and column allover decorated in relief with acanthus leaf scrolls, with frilled rim, hobnail cut glass well and Hinks & Son's Patent twin burner, a removable glass shade and chimney, overall height 83cm. £250-300
14.     Marius Hammer; A Set of Six Norwegian Teaspoons, each with twisted handle, stamped "830" "MH". (6) £20-40
15.     An EPNS Combination Vesta Case/Sovereign Case, allover detailed with leaf scrolls, 6cm long; Together with Two Further Examples, each of plain design. (3) £30-50
16.     A Cigarette Type Box, of rectangular form, the flat hinged lid with engraved decoration, indistinctly stamped "925", 11cm wide. £30-50
17.     A Continental Miniature Seven Piece Tea Set, comprising tea kettle on integral stand (lid damaged), tea pot, lidded sugar bowl, pair of graduated jugs and a twin handled dish, all on rectangular tray within textured border and twin handles. (7) £80-120
18.     A Middle Eastern Three Piece Tea Set, each of circular form profusely detailed in relief with wild animals within rural landscape, raised on circular spreading base; Together with A Novelty Jug, as a wild animal with mouth wide open, allover detailed in relief with leaf scrolls. (4) £150-250
19.     A Set of Six Novelty Cocktail Sticks, highlighted in coloured enamel, stamped "Sterling Silver", in original fitted case. £20-40
20.     A Chinese Swing Handled Basket, of openwork bamboo design, on oval spreading base, stamped character marks, 13.7cm wide. £70-100
21.     A Swedish Silver Twin Handled Tray, of rounded rectangular form with scroll border and twin handles, stamped "830" and "U7" (for 1922), overall width over handles 53cm. £150-200
22.     A Highly Decorative Desk Inkwell on Stand, the shaped stand profusely detailed in relief with stag, rabbits and fowl, loose fitted to the centre with a globular glass inkwell, the hinged lid with stag finial, overall width 31.5cm. £80-120
23.     A Silver Plated Mirror Plateau, of circular form, the intricate border detailed in relief with racehorses and jockeys, raised on three leaf capped paw feet, overall diameter 50cm. £180-220
24.     A XIX Century Walker & Hall Five Piece Plated Communion Set, the large flagon engraved "Belvoir Street Church December 1897 Presented by the Members of the Sister's Society Assisted by Friends of the Congregation", 38.5cm high; together with a pair of goblets, 19.3cm high and a pair of patens, 25.3cm diameter, all contained in fitted oak case. £250-300
25.     A Decorative Table Centrepiece, the etched glass bowl supported on oak tree style stand and spreading base, bowl 23.8cm diameter, overall height 25cm. £30-50
26.     Oomersi Mawji; An Indian Cruet Stand, of circular form detailed with leaf scrolls and serpent detail central loop handle, fitted with a salt, pepperette and lidded mustard, each stamped "O.M" "BHUJ"; together with two spoons, each handle as a serpent. £100-200
27.     A Decorative Dish, of shallow oval form, gilt lined with wavy edge, raised on four shell capped pad feet, stamped "800", rim 19cm diameter. £60-80
28.     An Electroplated Tea Kettle on Burner Stand, of semi reeded form on plain scroll base, with central removable burner, overall height 30cm. £30-50
29.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, J&C, Birmingham 1906, of shaped design, allover detailed in relief, plush lined (damaged), raised on four pad feet, 14cm wide. £60-80
30.     A Hallmarked Silver Ladies Calling Card Case, John & William Deakin, Chester 1910, of shaped rectangular form with leaf scroll engraved decoration, inscribed "Mary", green silk lined, the chain suspension with finger ring. £30-50
31.     A Hallmarked Silver Heart Shape Trinket Dish, Henry Matthews, detailed in relief with leaf scrolls, 11.5cm wide. £20-40
32.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, (marks rubbed) of shaped design detailed in relief, stamped "Searle & Co 78 & 79 Lombard Street London", overall width over handles 26.5cm, 245grams; together with a pair of hallmarked silver backed brushes. (3) £40-60
33.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, EV, Sheffield 1940, of plain tankard form, engraved "W.E.D. Bell", with glass base, 12.3cm high. £40-60
34.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, HCD, Birmingham 1931, of plain circular form, on spreading circular base, 590grams. £100-150
35.     A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1828, of rectangular form, allover engine turned with raised flowerhead and leaf scroll decoration, inscribed to the lid "Mr E Mr J 1847 (?)", the internal hinged grille leaf scroll pierced, 4.8cm wide. £180-220
36.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of a Bird Drinking from a Tap, 14.9cm high. £25-40
37.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of a Bird and a Padlock, 14cm high. £20-40
38.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of a Duck, gilt beak, 13.8cm high. £20-40
39.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of Two Birds, resting on a post, 19cm high. £30-50
40.     A Modern Pair of Hallmarked Silver Filled Models of Pheasants, 19cm long. (2) £40-60
41.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of a Bird Resting on a Trowel, 12.7cm high. £20-40
42.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of Two Owls Resting on Branches, 16cm high. £25-40
43.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of Three Birds on a Branch, 16.5cm high. £25-40
44.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of an Owl, 19.5cm high. £20-40
45.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of an Owl on a Branch, 21cm high. £25-40
46.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Filled Model of an Owl, limited edition 14/100, 18.5cm high. £30-50
47.     A Set of Thirteen Hallmarked Silver Apostle Spoons, Birmingham Mint, Birmingham 1976, in original wooden case. £100-150
48.     A Hallmarked Silver Limited Edition Dish, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1973, "Sir Winston Churchill" "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few August 1940", 152/400, complete with certificate, in original case. £100-120
49.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Bowl, Charles Hall, Sheffield 1996, of geometric flared design with planished finish, 18cm diameter, in original box with information card stating "This Silver Bowl, commissioned by Sir Colin Southgate, designed by Charles Hall M.Des (RCA) and hand made in England, is presented to mark the demerger of THORN from the EMI Group August 1996", numbered 55. £30-50
50.     A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Handled Three Piece Set, WV&S Birmingham 1909, comprising shoe horn and pair of graduated button hooks, each of Art Nouveau style highlighted in blue and turquoise (damage/losses), in original fitted case. £30-50
51.     A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Bowl, (markers mark indistinct) London 1767, of plain circular form on spreading rim base, 9.3cm diameter. £70-100
52.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Globular Glass Scent Bottle, London 1895, with pull off cover and internal stopper; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Backed Hair Brush; and another brush. (3) £30-50
53.     A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver and Other Napkin Rings, (various makers/dates), including initialled and engraved. £30-50
54.     A Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Goblets, FH, Birmingham 1973, each of plain form with feature hallmarks, total weight 1335grams. (8) £300-500
55.     A Set of Four Irish Hallmarked Silver Goblets, RII, Dublin 1974, each of tapering cylindrical form, on textured knop stem and plain circular base, gilt lined, total weight 1125grams. (4) £200-300
56.     A Pair of Decorative Hallmarked Silver Baskets, H.W.Ld, Birmingham 1913, each of shaped pierced design with high reef knot loop handle, 12.5cm high. (2) £40-60
57.     A Pair of Highly Decorative Irish Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, RII, Dublin 1974, each of leaf capped scroll design, with removable nozzle, on openwork shaped base, 16.5cm high, total weight 1195grams. (2) £300-400
58.     An Irish Hallmarked Silver Ice Bucket, RII, Dublin 1974, (also bearing Sheffield Assay Office import marks for 1974), of cylindrical form with textured detail and twin ram's head and ring loop handles, 19cm diameter, 1385grams. £400-600
59.     A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Basket, T.S, London 1881, of shaped textured oval form, raised on pierced oval base, crested with motto "ESTO SOL TESTIS" (Let the Sun be your witness), 15.8cm wide. £30-50
60.     A Hallmarked Silver Footed Dish, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1924, of shaped circular plain form, raised on circular spreading base, 20cm diameter, 305grams. £60-80
61.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug and Swing Handled Sugar Basket, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1902, each of panelled form allover detailed with leaf garlands, on hexagonal spreading base, total weight 480grams. (2) £100-150
62.     A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, EV, Sheffield 1933, 1940, each with wavy cut edge, raised on three pad feet, total weight 245grams. (2) £40-60
63.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Wine Tasters, CB&S, Sheffield 1973, each of plain form with twisted textured loop handle. (2) £30-50
64.     A Hallmarked Silver Canister, of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief, with pull off cover and sliding base, bearing import marks for London 1897, 9.8cm high. £60-80
65.     A Hallmarked Silver Heart Shape Pin Dish, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1899, detailed with winged cherub heads; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Heart Shape Pill Box, A&LLd, Birmingham 1900. (2) £20-40
66.     A Hallmarked Silver Jockey Cap Caddy Spoon, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1982, in original case. £20-40
67.     A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Scent Bottle, London 1896, of circular form with allover foliate engraved decoration, monogrammed and dated "8.4.01", on chain suspension with ring surmount. £20-30
68.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, RC, London 1792, initialled (bowls worn); Together with A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoon, William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter 1833; another example, T.S, Exeter 1869; a set of three fiddle pattern teaspoons, WS, London 1817, etc, total weight 555grams. £100-150
69.     A Small Hallmarked Silver Box, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1807, of slim rounded rectangular form, allover detailed, 3cm wide; Together with A Vesta Case, in the form of a book, allover detailed in relief with acanthus leaf scrolls. (2) £30-50
70.     A Victorian Scottish Part Hallmarked Silver Case, J.C, Edinburgh, of tapering form allover leaf scroll engraved, initialled, 6.3cm high. £40-60
71.     A XIX Century Snuff Type Box, of oval form with foliate engraved detail, gilt lined, indistinctly stamped, 6.4cm wide; Together with A Modern Hallmarked Silver Lidded Pot, of plain form with pull off cover and feature hallmarks. (2) £30-50
72.     A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, W&K, Birmingham 1811, of plain oval form with pierced grille, 3.3cm long; Together with A Small Oval Box, stamped "925", 3.2cm wide. (2) £30-50
73.     A Hallmarked Silver Gilt Drinking Cup/Table Centrepiece, Edwin Thompson Bryant, import marks for London 1896, modelled as Gustavus Adolphus II King of Sweden, in XVII Century style, the horse rearing, adorned with regalia and collet set highlights, the figure with similar decoration and removable head, on later green onyx base, overall height 28.5cm. £600-800
74.     A Highly Decorative Hallmarked Silver Gilt Three Piece Bachelor's Tea Set, Messrs Barnard, London 1913, each of classical form, semi gadrooned with swag style decoration, on circular spreading base, total weight 1165grams. (3) £250-350
75.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Ewers, E&CoLd, Birmingham 1891, each of classical style, with band of figures and horses detailed in relief and high leaf capped scroll handle, raised on circular spreading base, 35.3cm high, total weight 1990grams. (2) £400-600
76.     A Hallmarked Silver Marriage/Wager Cup, BS, Sheffield 1979, of antique style, 19.5cm high, in original fitted case. £100-150
77.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, teapot Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1837, jug London 1841, sugar bowl stamped "Turquet" (for Pierre-Francois Augustin Turquet of Paris), each of inverted baluster form allover detailed in relief, raised on four leaf capped scroll feet, total weight 1950grams. £400-600
78.     A Set of Six Matched Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Tots, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1923, 1925, each of Continental style detailed in relief, with scroll loop handle and clear glass liner, in original fitted case. £40-60
79.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1960, of Edwardian circular scroll pierced design, on plain rim base, 26.5cm diameter, 615grams. £100-150
80.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, BBSLd, Birmingham 1932, of plain shaped circular form with gadrooned border, raised on four ball and claw feet, 31cm diameter, 810grams. £150-250
81.     A Hallmarked Silver Dish Stand, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1900, Egyptian Revival style with four Sphinx supporting rounded square ring (lacking dish), raised on shaped square base with four lion paw feet, overall width 23cm, 1255grams. £300-400
82.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, GH, Sheffield 1930, of plain shaped square form, raised on four scroll feet, 30.4cm diameter, 1065grams. £250-300
83.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, CB&S, Sheffield 1942, of plain shaped circular form, raised on three tapering feet, 36cm diameter, 1410grams. £300-500
84.     An Impressive Hallmarked Silver Mounted Amber Glass Claret Jug, Edward & John Barnard, London 1863, the decorative geometric engraved band with applied oval hardstone cabochons, leaf capped scroll handle and leaf engraved spreading base, the hinged lid with greyhound finial, overall height 25.5cm. £300-500
85.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Chocolate Pots, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1911, each of plain baluster form with turned wood side handle, raised on three mask capped pad feet, total weight 850grams. (2) £200-300
86.     A Pair of Large Hallmarked Silver Salts, Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1839, each of openwork scroll design, raised on four scroll feet, complete with blue glass liner. (2) £100-150
87.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, Charles Reily & George Storer, (marks rubbed) of openwork scroll design, raised on leaf scroll spreading base, complete with blue glass liner, 15cm diameter. £100-150
88.     A Highly Decorative Set of Three Graduated Matched Hallmarked Silver Basket Dishes, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1921, 1922, each of shaped oval form with leaf scroll pierced decoration, raised on scalloped spreading base with reeded edge, total weight 2160grams. (3) £400-600
89.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot Stand, T.B, London 1898, of shaped rectangular form, with textured detail, raised on four tapering legs, 17cm wide. £40-60
90.     A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, RC, London 1961, 1962 as a graduated set of owls, naturalistically modelled, with inset eyes, the mustard with mouse finial spoon, 7.5cm high. (3) £100-150
91.     A Pair of Modern Hallmarked Silver Table Pheasants, IF&Son Ltd, bearing import mark for London 1963, each of naturalistic form, 24.5cm long. (2) £100-150
92.     A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, (marks rubbed) of shaped pierced design, with central loop handle, raised on four ball feet, 22cm long; A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, London 1961, of shaped hexagonal scroll pierced design, 14.5cm diameter. (2) £30-50
93.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Dishes, HFC, Birmingham 1923, each of shaped hexagonal scroll pierced design, raised on plain circular spreading base, 13.5cm high.(2) £70-100
94.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dishes, GB&Co, Birmingham 1935, each of shaped hexagonal scroll pierced design, raised on plain circular spreading base, 9.5cm high. (2) £50-80
95.     A Hallmarked Silver Seven Bar Toast Rack, HA, Sheffield 1910, of plain elongated oval form, on integral stand, 26.7cm wide. £30-50
96.     A Hallmarked Silver Tray, S&W, Sheffield 1945, of plain shaped square form, 28.6cm diameter, 870grams. £180-220
97.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Gilt and Enamel Handled Fruit Knives and Forks, T&S Birmingham 1933, highlighted in green and blue, contained in a three tier fitted case with matched set of twelve hallmarked silver gilt coffee spoons, T&S Birmingham 1949, 1950. £100-150
98.     Georg Jensen; A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Continental Pattern Knives and Forks, knives bearing import marks for London 1936, 1938, blades stamped "Frank Cobb Sheffield England", forks bearing import marks for London 1927. (12) £200-300
99.     Georg Jensen; A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Continental Pattern Serving Spoons, bearing import marks for London 1936; Together with Matching Pair of Hallmarked Silver Serving Forks, 18cm long. (6) £150-200
100.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver "Mantilla" Hair Comb, Constantine & Floyd, Birmingham 1898, of pierced foliate design, detailed with acanthus leaves. £20-40
101.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, RII, Sheffield 1974, of shaped circular form, raised on four leaf scroll feet, 30.4cm diameter, 800grams. £200-300
102.    A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Salts, R&S, London 1912, 1913, each gilt lined with gadrooned border, raised on four paw feet; together with four associated spoons in a Reid & Sons Newcastle Upon Tyne fitted case. £50-80
103.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, B.B.S. Ltd, Birmingham 1927, of shaped circular form, raised on four hoof feet, 36.3cm diameter, 1275grams. £300-400
104.    A Hallmarked Silver Bowl, SC, Sheffield 1977, "Silver Jubilee 1952-1977" bearing applied United Kingdom Coat of Arms, 20.5cm diameter, 510grams. £100-150
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy, (marks rubbed) of oval form, detailed in relief with rural villagers scene, base 8.2cm wide. £30-50
106.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1922, each of plain rounded rectangular form, raised on four shell capped pad feet, total weight 1305grams. (3) £300-400
107.    A Hallmarked Silver Water Jug, F&S, Birmingham 1916, of semi reeded form, on circular spreading base, 530grams. £100-150
108.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1890, of tapering cylindrical form, gilt lined and profusely detailed with floral hanging baskets and leaf scrolls, monogrammed, inscribed to base "A Christening Present To Harry Blamires Booth from his Godfataher Gustavus Lund Aug.23.1913"10.6cm high, 200grams. £50-80
109.    A Highly Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dressing Table Tray, (makers mark rubbed) Chester 1903, of rounded rectangular form allover detailed in relief, with flowerheads and leaf scrolls, 29cm high, 335grams. £80-120
110.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Tea Set, JR&S, Sheffield 1931, 1932, each of plain form with textured edge detail, raised on pad feet, total weight 1580grams. (4) £300-400
111.    A Hallmarked Silver Rose Bowl, James Wakely & Frank Wheeler, London 1901, of circular form profusely detailed in relief with flower heads and scrolls, on circular spreading base, 20cm diameter, 390grams; together with a black socle base (ill fitting). £80-120
112.    A Hallmarked Silver Seven Bar Toast Rack, John & Thomas Settle, Sheffield 1822, with central loop handle, raised on four ball feet. £150-180
113.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Wine Funnel, (makers mark indistinct) London 1826, with decorative border detailed in relief, 13cm high. £150-180
114.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Mounted Leather Chatelaine Belt, stamped "S.T.O." and "G&Co", London 1888, suspending six assorted curb link chains with thimble in a case, folding scissors in a case, folding pocket knife/button hook/scissors, envelope stamp case, chain link purse, hallmarked silver mounted cigar cutter, etc. £150-180
115.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, London 1924, of plain rectangular form, 17.3cm wide. £40-60
116.    A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1895, each allover detailed with leaf scrolls, initialled "M", in original fitted case. £30-50
117.    A Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, FM, Birmingham 1866, of shaped rectangular form, the gilt lined interior with leaf scroll pierced grille, with suspension loop, 3.3cm wide. £60-80
118.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Basting Spoon, possibly Timothy Renou, London 1813, foliate engraved and initialled, 29.5cm long. £70-100
119.    A Hallmarked Silver Stamp Box, S.Blankensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1899, the plain lid with three apertures, raised on four ball feet, hinged, 8.5cm wide. £40-60
120.    A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Mounted Clock, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1929, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, within shaped engine turned frame, between cheval supports, on shaped base and bun feet, 13cm high. £80-120
121.    A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Shaker, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1945, of plain tapering cylindrical form, with pull off cover, 15.5cm high, 180grams. £40-60
122.    A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Miniature Marriage/Wager Cup, Theodor Hartmann, London 1902 (also bearing F import mark), 7.5cm high. £20-40
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick, SC, London 1899, of plain design with side vesta compartment with internal strike. £40-60
124.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted and Tortoiseshell Backed Dressing Table Set, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1925, comprising hand mirror, two pairs of brushes and a comb, contained in original fitted case. £80-120
125.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1925, 1926, each of plain oval form with scroll handles, total weight 835grams. (3) £300-350
126.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, (makers mark rubbed) London 1854, of tapering design with floral decoration and blue glass liner, 10.5cm high. £30-50
127.    A Pair of Modern Garnet Set Earrings, each oval semi collet rubover set, to hinged back, stamped "585". £70-100
128.    A Pair of Diamond Set Flower Cluster Earstuds, the central daisy style cluster set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, half collet rubover set, stamped "750", approximate total diamond weight 0.70cts. £250-350
129.    A Pair of Diamond Hoop Earrings, the tapered front section decorated with stepped lines of uniform brilliant channel cut stones, stamped "750" with London import mark. £100-150
130.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Princess Cut Diamond Earstuds, each four claw set. £550-600
131.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £375-400
132.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £650-700
133.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set, approximate total diamond weight 1.45cts. £1800-1900
134.    A Pair of Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Earpendants, of tapering openwork design, collet rubover set with brilliant cut stones. £600-650
135.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Hoop Earrings, of wide hinged satin and polished finish, rubover set with brilliant cut diamond set highlights. £1700-1800
136.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Earstuds, each claw set with three uniform brilliant cut stones. £450-500
137.    A Pair of Sapphire and Diamond Earrings, oval four claw set to the centre, within rubover diamond set border, on Continental hinged back fittings, stamped "18ct". £150-180
138.    A Pair of Large Single Stone Earrings, each oval four claw set, on Continental hinged back fittings, indistinctly stamped. £200-250
139.    A Pair of Victorian Etruscan Style Earpendants, suspended from 'shepherd's hook' wires; Together with A Victorian Bar Brooch. £20-40
140.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Pearl and Diamond Set Earrings, of fan design, each set to the centre with one white pearl. £100-150
141.    A Pair of Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Half Hoop Earrings, each set throughout with eight uniform brilliant cut stones. £300-350
143.    A Middle Eastern Pendant, of tapering design, oval and circular cabochon collet set throughout, on shaped suspension loop, indistinctly stamped; together with fine 18ct gold chain. (2) £100-150
144.    A 9ct Gold Smokey Quartz and Pearl Set Pendant, oval claw set to the centre within openwork border with pearl highlights. £70-100
145.    A Modern 9ct Gold Openwork Necklace, of textured and polished geometric design, to T-bar and loop fastener, suspending graduated claw set circlets; Together with Matching Bracelet. (2) £250-300
146.    A Modern 18ct Gold and Pearl Three Row Necklace, to twist clasp. £120-160
147.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Pendant, claw set with three uniform brilliant cut stones, on 18ct white gold chain. £675-700
148.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Pendant, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, on fine 18ct white gold chain, approximate total diamond weight 1.00cts. £1100-1200
149.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Necklace, claw set to the front with graduated brilliant cut stones, to uniform satin finish necklace, with snap clasp.
£2250-2300
150.    A XIX Century Style Cross Pendant, of filigree design, circular collet set, indistinctly stamped. £60-80
151.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant/Brooch, oval collet set to the centre, suspending teardrop below, stamped "9ct", on a chain stamped "9c". £100-150
152.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, of scroll design, oval claw set, stamped "9ct", on a fine chain. £40-60
153.    A XIX Century Long Single Strand Graduated Black Bead Necklace, (damages); Together with A Twig Coral Necklace, and a large cross pendant, with niello style decoration, etc. (4) £30-50
154.    A 9ct Gold Graduated "Cleopatra" Style Collar Necklace, the graduated fringe of alternating panels, textured and non-textured finish to the brick links and concealed snap clasp. £200-250
155.    A Shell Cameo Pendant, on 9ct gold chain; together with a similar box chain necklace stamped "9K". £100-150
156.    An Indian Three Row Sapphire Bead Necklace, the uniform faceted sapphire beads on three graduated lengths, with later chain and hook fastener. £300-350
157.    A Modern Long Single Strand Fresh Water Pearl Bead Necklace, of graduated design, highlighted with faceted tanzanite and pink sapphires, to clasp stamped "925". £100-150
158.    A Modern Single Strand Fresh Water Pearl Bead Necklace, of graduated design, highlighted with faceted rubies, to diamond set openwork heart and T-bar clasp stamped "925". £100-150
159.    A Sapphire and Diamond Set Pear Shape Pendant, the central (6.5x8mm) pear shape sapphire within uniform surround of brilliant cut stones, millegrain set pierced gallery, decorative reverse and tapered surmount. £100-120
160.    A Modern Black Opal Pendant of Abstract Design, the asymmetric stone collet set to a tapered surmount, engraved "750" to the reverse of the mount.
*Purportedly purchased by the vendor from Lighting Ridge Australia and custom made, no certification. £100-120
161.    An Edwardian Cross with Engraved Foliate Design, stamped "15ct", suspended from a fancy link chain. £80-100
162.     An Edwardian Pearl Set Negligee Pendant Necklace, stamped "9ct" to the barrel clasp. £80-100
163.    A Modern 9ct Gold Pendant, on 9ct gold long fancy link chain. £70-100
164.    An Edwardian Pendant, of openwork foliate design with claw set highlights and a similar claw set drop, suspended from a belcher link chain (stamped "9K" to the bolt ring clasp); Together with An Edwardian Bar Brooch, of openwork design with a stone set target centre detail. (2) £60-80
165.    An Austro-Hungarian Silver Gilt Necklace, designed as a cascading garland of naturalistic flowers to the pendant drop (lacking clasp, minor damages). £40-60
166.    An Early XX Century Belle Époque Diamond Set Openwork Pendant/Brooch, of shaped circular garland design with radiating knife edge bars from the central collet set old (6mm) European cut diamond, suspended from a tapered surmount, set with rose and single cut diamonds, on fine chain with pearl and diamond set clasp, in the style of Hauser Zivy et Cie (owners of "La Esmeralda"), in original fitted case. £1000-1500
167.    A Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone four claw set, on shaped bale, indistinctly stamped, on 18ct white gold chain. £2500-3000
168.    A 14ct Gold "Cleopatra" Graduated Fringe Necklace, stamped with Birmingham import mark to clasp and date letter for 1993. £300-500
169.    A Victorian Style Pearl and Diamond Set Cluster Pendant, of flowerhead design, set with rose cut diamond highlights, suspension loop indistinctly stamped. £100-150
170.    A Large 9ct Gold Victorian Style Oval Locket Pendant, of shaped design set to the front with circular sapphires and seed pearls, with glazed locket verso. £200-250
171.    A Modern Large Blue Spinel Heart Shape Pendant, claw set within cubic zirconia border, below single stone heart surmount, stamped "750", on a chain stamped "750"; Together with Matching Dress Ring, stamped "750". (2) £250-300
172.    An 18ct Gold Diamond and Black Enamel Locket Pendant, of mourning style, highlighted with brilliant cut diamonds. £300-400
173.    A Modern Pearl and Diamond Set Openwork Pendant, stamped "750". £100-150
174.    A Victorian Style Oval Locket Pendant, hand painted to the front with floral spray within flowerhead border on black ground, the reverse allover engraved, initialled. £200-250
175.    A Three Row Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to single cut diamond set clasp stamped "750".
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £2,650 £400-500
176.    A Single Strand Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, to panel clasp with inset diamond chip.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £800 £100-150
177.    A Uniform Single Strand Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to diamond set ball clasp.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £2,150 £300-400
178.    A Uniform Single Strand Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to diamond set bow clasp (fitted for three rows) stamped "14K585".
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £1,750 £350-400
179.    A Modern Novelty Handbag Charm Pendant, articulated, with inset highlights, stamped "14K". £60-80
180.    A Modern Pearl and Diamond Set Pendant, on split bale. £100-150
181.    A Modern 9ct Gold Pearl and Diamond Set Pendant, circular collet set. £80-100
182.    A Victorian Pearl and Black Enamel Oval Locket Pendant, detailed to the front with lily of the valley spray, on black ground. £250-300
183.    A Modernist Single Stone Set Necklace, the oval panel pendant wide claw set to the centre, on elongated wire link chain, with T-bar and loop fastener; Together with Matching Single Stone Ring. (2) £40-60
184.    A Victorian Locket, of shaped design, allover foliate engraved. £20-30
186.    A Single Stone Diamond Set Stickpin, (with fastening button) claw set with an old cut stone. £70-100
187.    A Diamond Spray Brooch, designed as a brilliant cut diamond cluster, with a vari-coloured polished ribbon tied surround, featuring a diamond line highlight. £400-600
188.    A Three Stone Diamond Set Bar Brooch, the graduated old cut stones offset between textured leaf scroll detail. £100-150
189.    A Pearl Set Bar Brooch, oval collet set to the centre, between scroll and leaf detail, stamped "9ct". £50-80
190.    A XIX Century Hairwork Brooch, of rounded rectangular form, highlighted with seed pearls. £40-60
191.    A 9ct Gold Stylised "HoHo" Bird Brooch, with inset ruby eye, detailed in relief with applied wings. £40-60
192.    A 9ct Gold Brooch of Modernist Flower Design, with a central claw set cluster of rubies. £130-150
193.    A Polished Green Hardstone and Diamond Set Spray Brooch, of leafy design, highlighted with old cut stone, with trombone pin fastener to reverse, in a case. £300-350
194.    A Victorian Bohemian Garnet Sword Brooch, designed as a sword piercing a coronet, set throughout with seed pearls and garnets, stamped "900". £80-100
195.    A Diamond Set Swallow Brooch, designed as a swallow in mid flight, set throughout with rose cut diamonds and cabochon ruby eye. £300-500
196.    A French Art Nouveau Style Carved Horn Dragonfly Brooch, in the style of "GIP", (George Pierre and Elisabeth Bonte), the blonde horn with a decorative finish. £100-120
197.    A Circa Early XX Century Diamond Set Bar Brooch, old cut circular collet set to the centre, millegrain set throughout with graduated old cut diamonds, 6.8cm long. £700-1000
198.    A Victorian Pearl Set Bar Brooch, comprising three square panels each with cannetille and granulated decoration; together with a Victorian 22ct gold single stone ring, centre stone claw set, with bead and floral decoration to the tapered shoulders. £80-120
199.    A Victorian "Pinchbeck" Mourning Brooch with Swivel Photo Locket, containing Victorian photographic images; Together with A Bilston Enamel Style Patch Box Lid, in later ropetwist brooch mount (damage); a Victorian lozenge shaped mourning brooch set with a half pearl to the centre; and a mother of pearl brooch. (4) £20-40
200.    A Vintage Multi Gem Set Cocktail Brooch, as a bird, of two tone textured design, highlighted with emerald cabochon, claw set rubies and collet set diamonds, perched on a branch, (apparently unmarked) 9cm high. £2200-2500
201.    A Stylish Vintage Sapphire and Diamond Set Cocktail Dress Clip, of abstract floral spray design, set throughout with marquise cut sapphires and brilliant and baguette cut diamonds (stones missing) (apparently unmarked), 8.5cm high. £3000-4000
202.    A Victorian Cameo Brooch Depicting The Goddess Athena, in a classical rope-edge mount. £120-180
203.    A Victorian Black Enamel and Seed Pearl Set Mourning Brooch, with glazed hairwork panel; a Victorian double sided swivel brooch with glass panels in mount with oak leaf decoration; and a guilloche enamel brooch with central compartment. (3) £60-80
204.    A Victorian Style 9ct Gold Cabochon Garnet Brooch, in Rococo style mount, with detachable pendant section and safety chain. £150-200
205.    A Victorian Diamond Set Starburst Brooch, set throughout with graduated old cut stones and pearl highlights, on knife edge bars, a detachable brooch fitting; together with associated pendant fitting and modern fancy link chain, stamped "375". £2000-2500
206.    A Modern Topaz and Diamond Set Abstract Brooch, of openwork scroll design, stamped "K18". £250-300
207.    An Art Deco Style Multi Set Big Cat Brooch, with articulated tail (one stone missing) stamped "925". £25-40
208.    An Edwardian Ruby and Diamond Set Brooch, as a floral garland set throughout with old cut diamonds, the central ruby cluster to scalloped diamond surround, suspending a similar set diamond and ruby drop, pin fastener and concealed hanging loop to the reverse. £900-1200
209.    Norne; A Scandinavian Enamel Brooch, highlighted in pink, blue, white and black, depicting trees in a snowy landscape (damaged), stamped "Norne" "925S". £30-50
210.    An Arts & Crafts Style Garnet Set Crescent Brooch, the foliate designed crescent with applied leaves and graduated oval cut stones, claw set to the plain polished mount (n the manner of Bernard Instone). £80-120
211.    A Heart Shaped Scottish Hardstone Pebble Brooch, of rose faceted heart shaped design, to a hinged pin fastener on the reverse. £30-50
212.    A Georgian Vauxhall Glass "Witches Heart" Luckenbooth Brooch, the "Witches Heart" set with clear rose cut Vauxhall Glass, surmounted by an openwork crown motif set with red and green pastes, pin fastener to the reverse; Together with Two Art Deco Style Paste Set Rings. £30-50
214.    A Victorian Scottish Hardstone Panel Bracelet, composed of eight graduated shaped panel links, hinged to rectangular panel snap clasp; Together with A Similar Brooch, of oval form with inset highlights. (2) £100-150
215.    A Large Curb Link Charm Bracelet, to heart shape padlock style clasp, stamped "9ct", suspending numerous 9ct gold and other charm pendants, including stone set seals, a stone set watch key, 10 shilling note, golf caddy with clubs, articulated fish, etc. £1500-1800
216.    A Victorian Style Pearl Set Bangle, of crossover design, set to the centre with a single pearl, hinged to snap clasp, stamped "585". £100-150
217.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Line Bracelet, of graduated design, illusion set throughout with brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, approximate total diamond weight 3.75cts. £2800-3000
218.    A Multi Set Bracelet, of graduated design to the front, on later curb link chain. £60-80
219.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, alternately set to the front, hinged to snap clasp, Chester 1904. £80-120
220.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Charm Bracelet, the plain polished curb links to heart shape padlock style clasp, suspending numerous novelty charms. £200-300
221.    An Edwardian Diamond Set Bangle, stamped "18ct", the decorative initials "M.R." millegrain set with old cut diamonds, hinged design with safety chain. £350-400
222.    A Fancy Rope Link Bracelet, stamped "9ct". £150-180
223.    A Lava Cameo Bracelet (damages); together with two Scottish style hardstone brooches. £60-80
224.    A 9ct Gold Bracelet, to heart shape padlock style clasp. £70-100
225.    A Victorian Scottish Hardstone Panel Bracelet, comprising vari-colour agates, (damage to one panel) collet set with oversized fancy link chain spacers to a similar hardstone set padlock clasp; Together with A Rectangular Shape Hardstone Set "Fichu" Brooch. (2) £80-120
226.    An Austro-Hungarian Silver Gilt Filigree Floral Bracelet, stamped with the import mark for "Ganz" to the concealed push piece clasp; together with matching clip earrings. (2) £70-100
227.    A Victorian Lava Cameo Bracelet, comprising six vari-colour Panels each carved to depict a classical male profile with push clasp fastener. £60-80
228.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bracelet, of woven design, with slide clasp. £250-350
229.    A Garnet Set Chain Link Bracelet, of faceted design, stamped "14" to the trombone style clasp. £100-150
230.    A Victorian Scottish Hardstone and Stone Set Panel Bracelet, comprising alternating vari-colour agate panels and decorative "cairngorm" stones, the hardstone panels set to engraved collets and chain link spacers, stone collet/claw set to the swivel fastener (minor damages). £80-120
232.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cluster Ring, the uniform brilliant cut stones in hexagonal design cluster, to tapered shoulders and basket setting, London 1960, approximate total diamond weight 3.80cts. £700-1000
233.    An 18ct White Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the three stone line of alternating uniform stones, on a raised basket setting between bifurcated shoulders and plain polished band, London 1975. £300-500
234.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, uniform set throughout with brilliant cut stones, approximate total diamond weight 2.80cts. £850-1250
235.    An Edwardian Diamond Flowerhead Cluster Ring, the brilliant cut stones rub over collet set, between tapering knife edge shoulders and "D" shaped shank, stamped "18ct", approximate total diamond weight 0.70cts. £250-350
236.    A Pink Sapphire and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, the central claw set stone within uniform surround of brilliant cut diamonds, on a plain shank tapering to the reverse, stamped "750". £100-150
237.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Art Deco Style Diamond Set Ring, illusion set to the centre with emerald and mixed cut diamonds, within brilliant cut diamond setting and shoulders. £800-1200
238.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, baguette cut set to the centre, within shaped border of brilliant cut diamonds, claw set throughout, stamped "1.50". £800-1200
239.    A Modern Peridot and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of geometric design, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut diamonds. £250-300
240.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, of graduated design with claw set highlights, within scroll carved setting, stamped "18ct". £750-850
241.    A Modern Diamond Set Cluster Dress Ring, of flowerhead design, set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "18K 750". £150-200
242.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, marquise set throughout, between textural shoulders. £70-100
243.    A 9ct Gold Single Pearl Dress Ring, between bifurcated shoulders; Together with Another Example, within pierced setting, stamped "9ct"; and a 9ct gold single stone ring. (3) £60-80
244.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone rubover set within plain tapering band. £60-80
245.    An 18ct White Gold Marquise Cut Single Stone Diamond Ring, approximate diamond weight 1.04cts. £1450-1500
246.    A Large 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with uniform brilliant cut stones, approximate total diamond weight 3.20cts. £4300-4400
247.    An 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, bar set with uniform brilliant cut stones, approximate total diamond weight 1.06cts. £1000-1100
248.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of four row 'stacking' design, set with single row of uniform brilliant cut diamonds. £775-800
249.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, Birmingham 1966. £180-220
250.    Alan Martin Gard; An 18ct Gold Citrine and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, in the style of designer Andrew Grima, marquise set to the centre, with single diamond highlight, between bark textured shoulders and shank, London 1970. £500-700
251.    A Ruby and Diamond Ten Stone Ring, alternately set with old cut diamonds, within scroll carved setting, indistinctly stamped "18". £200-300
252.    A Victorian Pink Queen Conch Shell Cameo Ring, featuring a "Bacchante" style ladies head in profile, collet set between bifurcated scrolling shoulders. £60-80
253.    A Victorian 9ct Gold Mizpah Ring, embossed to the chased band, allover decorated with flowers and acanthus leaves, Birmingham 1890. £60-80
254.    A Diamond Set Trilogy Ring, stamped "18ct & Plat". £60-80
255.     An 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set to the tapered plain polished band, Chester 1915; Together with A 9ct Gold Bar Brooch, with star-set sapphire detail to the central scrolling design, Chester 1911. (2)
£60-100
256.    A Victorian Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated line of old cut diamonds claw set to a scrolling decorative gallery with tapered shoulders, stamped "18ct", approximate total diamond weight 0.90cts. £100-120
257.    An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, the oval cut sapphire claw set within border of brilliant cut stones, between trifurcated shoulders, approximate total diamond weight 1.00cts. £130-150
258.    *COLLECTED BACK 20/09/18* A Modern Sapphire and Diamond Set Dress Ring, claw set with three graduated marquise cut sapphires, spaced by eight graduated brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £400-500
259.    *COLLECTED BACK 20/09/18* A Cluster Dress Ring, claw set to the centre within claw set border of uniform stones, indistinctly stamped. £180-200
260.    A Modern Neil Lane Princess Cut Diamond Ring, with square border of brilliant cut diamonds, between tapering diamond set shoulders, stamped "14K" "1.06"; Together with Two Matching Diamond Set Bands, of shaped design. (3) £700-1000
261.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone four claw set between tapered shoulders, stamped "PLAT", approximate diamond weight 1.50cts. £9500-10500
262.    A 9ct Gold Three Row Ring, the centre band of half eternity style channel set (can be removed and replaced with other band of similar design). £100-150
263.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, circular five claw set to the centre, within swirl border of graduated brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £200-250
264.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval claw set to the centre, within border of ten uniform brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "18ct". £700-1000
265.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (11mm) old brilliant cut stone ten claw set, between plain shoulders. £14000-16000
266.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, channel set throughout with uniform baguette cut stones, approximate finger size P. £3000-4000
267.    An 18ct Gold Wide Diamond Set Band, of uniform textured design, later star set with uniform brilliant cut diamonds London 1963. £600-700
268.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of openwork design, cruciform collet rubover set with six brilliant cut stones. £200-300
269.    A Patterned Wedding Band, (worn) stamped "PLAT". £100-120
270.    A Large 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central (12x10mm) emerald cut emerald collet set, within border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.75cts.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £14,000 £4500-5000
271.    A Victorian Diamond Set Horseshoe Ring, claw set to the centre with a (6x4mm) pear shape diamond, within border of graduated old cut diamonds, on modern 18ct gold shank with bifurcated shoulders.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £4,100 £1500-2000
272.    A Multi Gem Set Ring, of five row design, set with single cut diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and rubies, of bombé design, stamped "14K 585"; together with a pair of multi gem set earrings, of three row design (one stone missing) on hinged back post fittings. £150-200
273.    A Large 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, claw set to the centre with a (11mm) circular emerald, within border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.20cts.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £10,000 £2500-3000
274.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of satin and polished finish crossover design, millegrain set with uniform brilliant cut diamonds. £150-200
275.    An 18ct White Gold Opal and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, oval claw set to the centre with a (9x7mm) oval cabochon opal, within border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds and four rectangular sapphire highlights. £250-300
276.    A Heart Shape Emerald Single Stone Dress Ring, collet rubover set to the centre, between diamond set shoulders.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £3,000 £700-900
277.    A Large 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval collet rubover set to the centre with a (10x7mm) oval sapphire, within border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds (two chipped) and two rectangular sapphire highlights, approximate total diamond weight 1.10cts. £800-1200
278.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre with an (8x6mm) oval ruby, between claw set tapering shoulders, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut diamonds. £400-500
279.    A Modern Pearl and Diamond Set Dress Ring, single pearl set to the centre within heart shape border, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "14kT". £150-200
280.    A Large 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval collet rubover set to the centre with an (10x8mm) oval ruby, within border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.26cts.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 2007 £3,600 £800-1200
281.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, of flowerhead design, set throughout with graduated brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.20cts. £600-800
282.    A Pearl and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of crossover design set with one white and one grey pearl, spaced by curved row of graduated brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "585". £250-300
283.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stones claw set, between knife edge shoulders, stamped "18ct Gold" (with import marks). £400-500
284.    A Diamond Set Half Eternity Band, channel set with brilliant cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped "18ct"; together with a plain wedding band. (2) £280-350
285.    An Unusual American Diamond Set Dress Ring, of abstract design, set throughout with graduated single and brilliant cut stones, stamped "14K". £400-500
287.    A "Dennison Watch Case Co." Gold Plated Sovereign Case, allover engraved with foliate acanthus leaf design, monogrammed, with suspension loop. £60-80
288.    A Gent's Mother of Pearl and Enamel Dress Set, highlighted in white enamel, stamped "Platinum", comprising cufflinks, dress studs and buttons, in original fitted case. £400-600
289.    A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, each oval panel depicting profile of Queen Victoria, on bar connections. £20-40
290.    A XIX Century Hairwork Albert, suspending T-bar; together with a fancy link Albertina. (2) £30-50
291.    A Fancy Link Albertina; gilt; together with a Masonic seal type pendant, another example, initialled, etc. £20-40
292.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the engine turned panels on chain connections. £30-50
293.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Albert Chain, suspending T-bar and religious pendant. £120-160
295.    UNO; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, within case later inscribed "Presented to Mr Joe Firth on his retirement from Cullingworth First School July 1982", on a geometric link openwork bracelet with 9ct gold hinged clasp. £300-500
296.    Bentima Star; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the circular dial with line markers within cushion shape case, to integral openwork bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £100-150
297.    Breitling; A Top Time Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with line markers, two subsidiary dials and centre seconds, on a strap. £300-500
298.    Garrard; A 9ct Gold Cased Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and Arabic numeral, date aperture and centre seconds, within plain case, on a later strap. £150-200
299.    Record; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on a later strap. £150-180
300.    Vertex; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within cushion shape case, inscribed "Presented to F. Perry by Lord Simon of Wythenshawe in appreciation of 48 years valued service January 1952", on a later strap.
*Lord Simon (Sir Ernest Emil Darwin Simon 1879-1960) was a British industrialist, politician and public servant. Serving as Lord Mayor of Manchester from 1921-1922 and was a member of parliament between 1923 and 1931. He later went on to become the Chairman of the BBC Board of Governors. He died in 1960. £150-200
301.    Tudor Royal; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch Head, the signed dial with line markers and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Swiss Made 17 Jewels", within plain case stamped "Rolex" "RWC 32128" (no strap). £150-200
302.    Omega; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers, date aperture and centre seconds, within plain case, on a later strap with Omega buckle. £150-200
303.    Omega; A Vintage Electronic F300 Hz De Ville Chronometer Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers, date aperture and centre seconds, on a strap with Omega buckle. £150-200
304.    Omega; A Vintage Automatic Gent's Wristwatch Head, the signed dial with black markers, date aperture and centre seconds, within plain case; together with an associated plated Omega wristwatch bracelet.
£150-200
305.    Garrard; A 9ct Gold Cased Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, date aperture at 6 o'clock and centre seconds, within plain case, on a later strap. £150-200
306.    Longines; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, within plain case, on a later strap, in original case. £150-250
307.    Omega; A Quartz Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers, date aperture and centre seconds, within plain case, stamped "18K 750", on a later strap. £100-150
308.    Tissot; A 9ct Gold Antimagnetique Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on a later strap, in original box. £120-150
309.    Rone; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, line markers and centre seconds, in plain case, on a later strap, in original case. £120-150
310.    Huguenin; A Vintage Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and centre seconds, within plain case, stamped "14K 0.585", on later expanding bracelet. £180-220
311.    Bentima Star 21; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed brown dial with line markers, and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on a later strap, in original case. £120-160
312.    Girard-Perregaux; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch Head, (no strap) the signed dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Girard-Perregaux" and numbered "303559", within plain case. £120-160
313.    Rolex; A Vintage Ladies Wristwatch, the signed "Rolex H.G.Bell Salisbury" dial with Arabic numerals, square dot markers and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "Rolex 17 Rubies", within plain case stamped "046502", on a strap. £80-120
314.    Vertex; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, triangle markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on a later strap. £100-150
315.    A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the white dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain cushion shape case, import marks for London 1924, on a later strap. £80-120
316.    Longines; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Longines" and numbered "50436518", within plain case, on a later strap. £200-300
317.    Avia; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals, dot markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain cushion shape case, on a later strap. £80-120
318.    Longines; A Circa 1970's Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and centre seconds, the case back numbered "16442680", on a later strap. £150-200
319.    Bulova; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers, within plain case to integral tapering textured bracelet, in original box. £140-160
320.    DeLaneau; A Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed oval lapis lazuli dial within double row claw set border of brilliant cut diamonds, case stamped "0.750 18k", to integral textured bracelet, with snap clasp stamped "DeLaneau" "750", in original box. £1500-1800
321.    Omega; A De Ville Automatic Gent's Dress Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, (movement unseen) to integral tapering textured bracelet with hinged snap clasp, stamped "750", in original box. £2000-2500
322.    Seiko; A Vintage 6159-7000 Hi-Beat Automatic Gent's Divers Wristwatch, the signed dial with date aperture and centre seconds, (movement unseen) on later (ill fitting) expanding bracelet. £300-500
323.    Seiko; A Vintage 7005-8030 Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed 'Cobweb' dial with date aperture, (movement unseen), on later expanding bracelet (broken). £50-80
324.    Omega; A Vintage Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and dagger markers, (movement unseen) on later expanding bracelet (broken). £70-100
325.    International Watch Co Schaffhausen; A Vintage Antimagnetic INCA Gent's Wristwatch, the signed two tone dial with Arabic numerals, dot markers and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "International Watch Co" "1065810 INCA", within plain case, on associated vintage "007" leather strap. £300-500
326.    Rolex; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Montres Rolex S.A. Geneva Swiss", within plain case, Birmingham 1970, case back stamped "433103", later engraved "Crystal E. Salerno 1947-1972", on a strap with Rolex buckle, in original case. £400-600
327.    Longines; A Modern Ladies Wristwatch. the signed dial with line markers,date aperture and centre seconds, on two tone bracelet with concealed clasp. £70-100
328.    Omega; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed square dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, within plain case, London 1977, on a strap with Omega buckle. £200-300
329.    Rolex Oyster King; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, (movement unseen) within plain case (winder detached), case numbered "589000", on later expanding bracelet. £400-600
330.    A 1960's 18ct Gold Diamond and Gem Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the circular dial with dagger markers and Arabic numeral, concealed by a sprung hinge cover as a floral spray, claw set with diamonds, sapphire, emerald and rubies, on tapering textured three colour bracelet, London 1864. £2000-2500
331.    A Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the Pagy signed dial with line markers, within diamond set bezel, case back stamped "18K 0.750", to integral textured tapering bracelet and clasp stamped "750". £700-800
332.    Rolex; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and openwork hands, within plain case, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct". £200-250
333.    Omega Ladymatic; A Vintage 18ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with claw set highlights, within plain case, to integral textured tapering bracelet with hinged clasp stamped "18". £600-800
334.    Omega; A Vintage Constellation Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, (movement unseen) on later expanding bracelet. £150-250
335.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, to later 9ct gold bracelet with fold over clasp. £200-300
336.    Eterna-Matic; A Vintage Automatic Pendant Watch, the signed dial with dagger markers, Arabic numerals, centre seconds and date aperture, within plain case with see through case back. £30-50
337.    Accurist; A 9ct White Gold Ladies Dress Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, within plain case, to integral textured tapering bracelet with hinged clasp. £150-200
338.    Verity; A Vintage Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with Arabic numerals and line markers, within brilliant cut diamond set bezel, case stamped "18ct", to integral two row tapering bracelet set throughout with brilliant cut stones, to concealed snap clasp. £2000-2500
340.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, J.B, Birmingham 1835, and matching pair case; together with a graduated curb link Albert chain, suspending T-bar and hallmarked silver medallion pendant. (2) £130-150
341.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case) the white dial with bold black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, London 1869; together with a fetter-and-three link Albert chain, suspending T-bar and horseshoe compass pendant. £125-150
342.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, Birmingham 1847; together with a curb link double Albert chain, suspending T-bar, hallmarked silver medallion pendant and a hallmarked silver vesta case, of cushion shape, allover engine turned. £140-160
343.    A Chester Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "Thos Russell & Son Liverpool", within plain case, Chester 1897; together with a fancy link Albert chain, suspending T-bar. £70-100
344.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the textured dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "W.B. Headlam Stockton on Tees", within plain case, London 1866. £40-60
345.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed "Thos Hume London", within plain case, BN, London 1786, and matching pair case. £80-120
346.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed "Thos Barnes Gainsboro", within plain case, JH, Birmingham 1838, and matching pair case. £70-100
347.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case) the white dial with black Roman numerals, the dial signed "Wm Terry Richmond", within plain case, AT, London 1832. £40-60
348.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, (lacking pair case) the white dial with black Roman and Arabic numerals, the movement signed "J. Gibson Nottingham", with decorative scroll pierced balance cock, within plain case, T.P, London 1773; together with a later fancy Albertina. (2) £60-80
349.    A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "Bernex", within plain case, Chester 1927; together with a watch chain, to single swivel style clasp, suspending large split ring and Masonic pendant. £200-300
350.    An 18ct Gold Cased Hunter Chronograph Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement signed "J.W. Reeley & Sons London & Liverpool Established 1790", the movement cover inscribed "Presented to Superintendent Earnshaw by a few friends on his retirement from Wigan Borough Police Force and attaining the appointment of Chief Constable of Leamington, July 1st 1902", within plain case, Chester 1897. £600-800
351.    A Continental Ladies Fob Watch, the dial with red Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within allover engraved case, highlighted in enamel (losses), stamped "14K". £70-100
352.    Invicta; A Diamond Set Ladies Pendant Fob Watch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement stamped "LeCoultre&Cie", within highly decorative (24mm) case, detailed in relief and set with central flowerhead cluster of old cut diamonds, with graduated old and rose cut diamond highlights, indistinctly stamped. £750-850
353.    Edward VII Silver 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 1905, presented in a modern Maundy money case. £60-100
354.    An Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1910, high claw set within ring setting, indistinctly stamped "9ct". £100-150
355.    A 1/10 Krugerrand, 1981, loose set within 9ct gold ring mount. £60-80
356.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1887, loose(?) set within 9ct gold openwork scroll pendant mount. £180-220
357.    A George V Sovereign, 1913. £150-200
358.    A Victoria Half Sovereign, 1887, Shield Back. £70-100
359.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1898, loose set in scrolling openwork pendant mount. £180-220
360.    A George V Sovereign, 1918. £180-200
361.    A George V Sovereign, 1925, SA Mint. £180-200
362.    A United Kingdom Gold Proof Half Sovereign, 2002, encapsulated and cased, certified No. 03379. £120-150
363.    A Victoria Half Sovereign, 1901 (OH). £90-110
364.    An Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1902. £90-110
365.    An Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1909. £90-110
366.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1913. £90-110
367.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1914. £90-110
368.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1914. £90-110
369.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1915. £90-110
370.    A Victoria Half Sovereign, 1895, (OH) with applied pendant mount. £90-110
371.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1872, (YH) Shield Back. £200-250
372.    A George V Gold Sovereign, 1912. £180-200
373.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1909. £180-200
374.    An Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1958. £180-200
375.    A George V Sovereign, 1913. £180-200
376.    A George V Sovereign, 1912. £180-200
377.    A George V Sovereign, 1911. £180-200
378.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1908, Perth Mint. £180-200
379.    A George V Sovereign, 1913. £180-200
380.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1907. £180-200
381.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1905. £180-200
382.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1905, Perth Mint. £180-200
383.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1904. £180-200
384.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1904, Perth Mint. £180-200
385.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1901, (OH) applied loop, polished. £180-200
386.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1887, Jubilee Head, Sydney Mint, marks to rim. £200-240
387.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1884, (YH) polished. £180-200
388.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1893 (OH). £180-200
389.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1880, (YH) edge indentation. £180-200
390.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1880, (YH) Melbourne Mint. £180-200
391.    A Gold Twenty French Francs Coin, 1907, applied loop, polished. £120-150
392.    A George III Guinea, 1790, applied pendant mount, polished, plugged. £250-300
393.    A George III Half Guinea, 1789, applied pendant mount, polished, creases noted. £100-120
394.    A South Africa Gold ½ Pund Coin, 1896, applied loop, polished. £80-110
395.    A South Africa Gold One Pund Coin, 1897, applied loop, pendant mounted, polished. £180-200
396.    A George III Sovereign, 1817, applied pendant mount, polished. £250-300
397.    A George IV Sovereign, 1827, applied pendant mount, polished. £220-260
398.    A United States Indian Head Half Eagle Five Dollars Gold Coin, 1909, mint mark indistinct, applied pendant loop. £190-220
399.    An Elizabeth II Half Sovereign, 2000, loose set within 9ct gold cushion shape pendant mount, on a 9ct gold chain. £100-150
400.    An Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1963, loose set within 9ct gold scroll pendant mount, on a 9ct Gold fine link chain. £180-200