Fine Silver & Jewellery Sale on
Thursday 31st May 2018
including a significant consignment of items originating from Winstanley Hall, Lancashire

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1.      A Georgian Tortoiseshell Magnifying Glass, 6.3cm wide (damaged). £80-100
2.      A Pair of Early XX Century Silver Plated Table Centrepieces, each as a palm tree supporting decorative removable circular glass dish, with camel below on textured ground, on black circular wooden base, overall height 32.2cm. (2) £100-150
3.      A Part Canteen of WP Electroplated Cutlery; comprising forks, spoons, ladle and basting spoon, (some handles engraved "D. Upton", contained in an oak case, with three graduated drawers, concealed by twin doors and side carrying handles, case 45.5cm wide. £60-80
4.      An Arts & Crafts Style Lidded Trophy Cup and Cover, detailed with wild animal masks, the circular pull off cover with classical lady finial, raised on circular spreading base, overall height 36cm. £80-120
5.      A Decorative Pedestal Dish, of shaped circular form, raised on knopped stem and spreading circular base, on black socle base, overall height 23cm; Together with An Arts & Crafts Plated Vase, with stylised decoration, 12cm high. (2) £80-120
6.      A Highly Decorative Pair of Plated Candlesticks, each shaped circular base supporting square baluster acanthus leaf stem, with removable nozzle, 32cm high. £100-150
7.      A Twin Handled Tray, John Wakelin & William Taylor (makers mark struck four times), of plain rectangular shallow design, between twin shaped loop handles, crested, overall diameter over handles 28.5cm. £40-60
8.      A Decorative Jug, of inverted baluster form with high leaf capped scroll loop handle, raised on circular spreading base, stamped marks to base, 12.5cm high. £30-50
9.      A Georgian Bottle Label, "Rum" (lacking cork); together with "Brandy". (2) £30-50
10.     A Decorative Set of Eighteen Mother of Pearl Handled Dessert Knives and Forks, in original fitted wooden case (damaged) with two lift out trays. £50-80
11.     An Art Deco Style CSG&CO Electroplated Four Piece Teaset, each of plain tapering cylindrical form. (4) £25-40
12.     An Atkin Bros Plated Table Epergne Centrepiece, with cut glass dish and single central glass flute, raised on triform base with openwork supports, overall height 51.5cm; Together with An Openwork Caddy/Box, with integral dished base, raised on four scroll feet, the hinged lid with pineapple finial (detached). (2) £40-60
13.     Gustav Marmuse; A Pair of Highly Decorative French Salts, the gilt lined shell bowls with applied side handle, raised on two ball feet and shaped bracket support, stamped makers marks; complete with matching salt spoons. (4) £30-50
16.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Gavel, CCA, Sheffield 1978; Together with Block, of circular form, the applied band engraved "To Commemorate the Centenary of the Chesterfield College of Art and Design 1877-1977". (2) £60-80
17.     A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, possibly Hester Bateman (mark rubbed), London 1786, with shell bowl and bright cut engraved decoration, initialled. £30-50
18.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Salts, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1891, each of semi reeded boat shape, gilt lined, twin high loop handles. (2) £25-40
19.     A Hallmarked Silver Bowl, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1907, of circular semi reeded form, 8.8cm diameter (misshapen); together with a Georgian toddy ladle bowl (lacking handle), with 1745 coin inset. (2) £25-40
20.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, of elongated rectangular form, allover detailed in relief with shells and foliate leaf scrolls, 12cm wide. £30-50
21.     A Hallmarked Silver Measure, L&S, Birmingham 1904, of double egg cup form, 10cm high. £25-40
22.     A Highly Decorative Hallmarked Silver Pepperette, Edward Kerr Reid, London 1855, detailed in relief with vignette of a couple, on circular base, 12.2cm high. £30-50
23.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Dishes, E.F.HT, London 1893, each raised on three ball feet. (2) £30-50
24.     A Hallmarked Silver Mustard, CH, Birmingham 1902, of geometric pierced design, raised on four ball feet (lacking liner); A Hallmarked Silver Salt, allover detailed in relief; another hallmarked silver mustard (handle/lid detached); hallmarked silver and other napkin rings, etc. £30-50
25.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, (makes mark rubbed) Birmingham 1894, of baluster form allover detailed in relief with foliate decoration and cartouche, initialled, 9.5cm high. £60-80
26.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon, (makers mark unclear) London 1837; initialled 31cm long. £60-90
27.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Fish Slice, WF, London 1836, with pierced blade, initialled. £60-80
28.     A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer, JH(?), London 1824, 26cm long. £50-80
29.     A Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, JR, Sheffield 1893, one handle engraved "D. Upton". (8) £40-60
30.     A Matched Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1858, WT. LB, London 1835, initialled. (12) £50-70
31.     A Pair of Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, IB, Dublin 1827, initialled; together with seven other assorted hallmarked silver teaspoons. (9) £30-50
32.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, SLd, Birmingham 1926; together with a set of three decorative hallmarked silver coffee spoons, a souvenir teaspoon, salt spoons, etc. £30-50
33.     A Set of Five Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, JB(?), Dublin 1836 initialled, total weight 175grams. (4) £50-70
34.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, JH, London 1834, initialled; Together with An Earlier Hallmarked Silver Spoon, George Smith III, London 1780, initialled, total weight 200grams. (3) £50-80
35.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, John & Henry Lias, London 1841; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sauce Ladle, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1846, crested. (3) £30-50
36.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1802, initialled; together with another pair, plain, JR, Sheffield 1892. (2) £30-50
37.      Two Pairs of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, babies pusher and spoon, plated marrow scoop, mother or pearl scale fruit knife, grape scissors, a hallmarked silver bread fork, butter knives, etc. £70-100
38.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Joseph Rodgers & Sons Four Piece Carving Set, Sheffield 1886, in original fitted case. £30-50
39.     A Hallmarked Silver Tea Strainer, HA, Sheffield 1901, with pierced handle, together with a pair of plated knife rests, of ball design, a plated rectangular entree dish and a matching jug and bowl. £30-50
40.     A Hallmarked Silver Backed Brush and Hand Mirror, (damages); together with further brush, comb, comb mount, shoe horns, etc. £30-50
41.     A XIX Century Babies Rattle, with whistle end and coral teether, suspending a bell (four missing) 13.7cm long; together with another whistle/rattle, (damages/incomplete). (2) £30-50
42.     A Hallmarked Silver Ladies Purse, HM, Birmingham 1905, with winged cherub head detail in relief, on chain suspension with finger ring. £30-50
43.     A Collection of Hallmarked Silver, Silver Gilt and Other Medallions and Medallion Pendants, presented to L.G. Oldroyd, including "The National Association of Master Bakers, Confectioners & Caterers", "Institute of British Bakers", "Exeter Master Bakers Exhibition", "Leeds & District Master Bakers & C.A.", "Swansea & Dist Master Bakers & Confectioners Exhibition", "National Federation of Bakery Students Societies", "The International Bakers and Confectioners Exhibition London", "Confectioners & Baking Craft", "City of Cardiff Bread Cake & Confectionery Exhibition", etc, "South Western Federation Bakers' Exhibition", etc, in cases of issue, loose and mounted as two glazed displays.
*Lawrence Gilbert Oldroyd was a baker at Berry Brow (West Yorkshire) and later set up his own business - Rawthorpe Bakery which he ran with his wife for 20 years, with whom in 2011 he had been married to for 70 years. £80-120
44.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1935, each with Celtic band style decoration with stylised animal head capped handles, total weight 960grams. (3) £250-300
45.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Alexander Clark & Co, Birmingham 1934, of shaped circular form, engraved "The Cocker Spaniel Club Championship Show Ascot 1935 The Best Cocker Under Two Years Old", 31cm diameter, 675grams; together with associated ephemera. £120-180
46.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, with coffee bean knop handles, in a fitted case; Together with Two Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, four hallmarked silver teaspoons, each initialled "H.P.G.C", a part canteen of plated cutlery, basting spoon, pair of servers, sauce ladle, toast rack, etc. £30-50
47.     A Hallmarked Silver Dish, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1944, of shaped circular design, raised on circular base, 24cm diameter, 385grams. £80-120
48.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark indistinct) London 1894, of plain baluster form with reeded neck and wide scroll handle, raised on shaped rim base, 885grams. £180-220
49.     A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Tea Pot and Matching Sugar Bowl, WH, London, 1875, each allover decorated with acanthus leaf scrolls and stylised detail, both bearing two crests and monogrammed, total weight 1020grams. (2) £200-300
50.     A Large Georgian Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Basket Dish, (makers mark rubbed) London 1820, of shaped design with gadrooned border, with shaped reeded swing handle and fruiting vine detail, raised on shaped spreading base, crested, 31.3cm diameter, 1060grams. £300-500
51.     A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Teapot, HG, London 1796, of tapering oval form detailed with bands of foliate scrolls, bearing armorial crest; Together with Matching Hallmarked Silver Teapot Stand, TR, London 1796, with similar decoration, raised on four reeded tapering feet, bearing armorial crest (rubbed), 24cm diameter, total weight 800grams. (2) £300-400
52.     A Hallmarked Silver Tumbler Cup, George Gilliam, London 1899, of plain design, 7cm deep, 8.2cm diameter, 200grams. £40-60
53.     A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Sugar Baskets, F.B, London 1862, each of plain tapering cylindrical form with beaded edge and swing handle, raised on circular pedestal base, crested, 11.5cm high (excluding handles), total weight 335grams. (2) £100-200
54.     A Pair of Large Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1909, each with gadrooned edge and flying scroll handle, raised on three shell capped hoof feet, crested, total weight 825grams. £200-300
55.     A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, BBSLd, Birmingham 1936, with wavy cut edge and flying scroll handle, raised on three pad feet, 225grams. £50-80
56.     A Highly Decorative Hallmarked Silver Lidded Pot, Stephen Smith & William Nicholson, of openwork textured design, allover detailed with parrots and exotic birds amongst leafy branches and fruiting vines, the hexagonal pull off cover with conforming decoration, with frosted glass liner, crested, 16.5cm high, 455grams (excluding liner). £100-200
57.     A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Entree Dish, WSCS, Sheffield 1927, of plain rectangular form with canted corners, textured edge and detachable handle, monogrammed, 1680grams. £400-500
58.     A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Chambersticks, J.A, London 1818, 1819, each of plain design, with beaded edge, complete with matching nozzles and two snuffers. £200-300
59.     A Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick, RI, London 1781, of plain design with beaded edge, complete with matching nozzle (lacking snuffer); Together with Another Example, (hallmark rubbed) of plain form, with gadrooned edge, complete with nozzle, Smith, Tate, Hoult & Tate, Sheffield 1823 (lacking snuffer). (2) £100-200
60.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Fish Slice, BK, London 1832, crested. £60-100
61.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Fish Slice, Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1811, bearing two crests. £60-100
62.     A Hallmarked Silver Urn and Cover, JES, Sheffield 1893, with twin rams masks and oval cameo style raised detail, with beaded border, the pull off cover with spoon aperture (finial misshapen), raised on circular spreading foot and square base, 18.5cm high, 320grams. £80-120
63.     A George II Hallmarked Silver Mug, Richard Bayley London 1746, of plain baluster form with leaf capped scroll handle, on circular spreading base, crested, 10cm high, 230grams. £200-300
64.     A Hallmarked Silver Heart Shape Trinket Box, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1898, with gadrooned edge, 5.6cm long. £50-80
65.     A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Beaker, James Wakely & Frank Wheeler, London 1897, of plain tapering cylindrical form with XVIII Century inset coin detail, later inscribed to base "Decr 19th 1895-1920", 170grams. £30-50
66.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, W.A, Chester 1894, of plain inverted baluster form, gilt lined, with reeded high loop handle, 9cm high. £30-50
67.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1911, of oval semi reeded form with gadrooned edge and angular loop handle, 170grams. £40-60
68.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (marks rubbed) of rectangular form, engine turned, 10.8cm wide; Together with Another Example, of plain square form, engraved "EWJB from HFRA". (2) £30-50
69.     A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Salts, Charles Stuart Haris, London 1883, 1884, each allover decorated in relief with foliate leaf scrolls, inscribed "AUGst 28 1887", crested, complete with blue glass liners and set of three matching hallmarked silver apostle salt spoons. £40-60
70.     A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, JD&S, Sheffield 1895, of pierced boat shape, 13.8cm long; together with a pair of hallmarked silver bonbon dishes (damages) and a pair of EPNS examples. £25-40
71.     A Hallmarked Silver Snuff/Trinket Box, MInshull & Latimer, Birmingham 1896, of plain oval form, the hinged lid leaf scroll engraved and inscribed "Trifles Show Respect", 3.8cm wide. £40-60
72.     A Hallmarked Silver Scent Bottle, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Chester 1897, of plain cylindrical form, 4.5cm high; together with a hallmarked silver topped cut glass scent bottle and a double ended cut glass scent bottle. (3) £30-50
73.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, JD&S, Birmingham 1946, 1947, each of plain oval form, complete with blue glass liners. (3) £20-40
74.     A Collection of Six Assorted Hallmarked Silver Pepperettes, (damages) tallest 14cm high. £30-50
75.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, WWLtd, Birmingham 1921, of plain design, initialled "E.B"; together with another example, inscribed "EWJB Jan 9th 1825". (2) £30-50
76.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Pepperettes, William Gibson & John Langman, Sheffield 1895, of classical form on square base; together with a pair of smaller pepperettes, of semi reeded tapering form on square base. (4) £20-30
77.     A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon, TN, London 1787, 30.2cm long. £60-100
78.     A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon, TW, London 1788, 30.6cm long. £60-100
79.     A Matched Set of Ten Georgian Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Forks, various makers and dates, crested, total weight 645grams. £100-200
80.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Kings Husk Pattern Salt Spoons, WJ, London 1824, each with gilt lined bowl, crested. (4) £60-80
81.     A Pair of XVIII Century Inverness Part Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, Charles Jamieson, Inverness, stamped "CJ" "INS", crested with motto "Virtutes Gloria Merces" (Glory is the reward of Valour) (Clan Donnachaidh/Clan Robertson), inscribed "1769", each bearing two further crests. (2) £60-80
82.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sauce Ladles, RG, Sheffield 1828, crested. (2) £30-50
83.     A Graduated Pair of Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewers, George Adams, London 1856, each with reeded circular loop handle, 25.7cm, 31cm long, crested. £100-200
84.     A Hallmarked Silver Marrow Scoop, (makers mark indistinct) Chester 1731, 23.8cm long. £100-200
85.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Pistol Handle Knives, Francis Higgins, London (blades) 1902, (handles) 1904, initialled; Together with A Pair of Matching Hallmarked Silver Three Tine Forks, Francis Higgins, London 1904, initialled. (4) £40-60
86.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, JB, London 1832, crested, total weight 340grams. (6) £70-100
87.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, JB, London 1832, crested, total weight 270grams. (4) £60-80
88.     A Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Forks, WE, London 1807, crested, total weight 310grams. £60-80
89.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1807, crested, total weight 480grams. (6) £100-150
90.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, William Gibson & John Langman, London 1898, crested, total weight 455grams. (6) £80-120
91.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, WC, London 1780, crested. (2) £40-60
92.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1814, crested. (2) £40-60
93.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Forks, GA, London 1854, crested; Together with A Smaller Pair of Forks, London 1804, crested; and a hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern fork, London 1810, crested. (5) £30-50
94.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, London 1832, crested; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, London 1817, crested. (6) £30-50
95.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1827, 1828, crested. (6) £30-50
96.     A Large Hallmarked Silver Rectangular Photograph Frame, WN(?), Birmingham 1908, within shaped border, on easel back (damaged), overall height 34cm. £60-80
97.     A Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick, Edward Farrell, London 1823, with foliate and leaf scroll border and removable nozzle, crested (lacking snuffer). £150-250
98.     A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, T.B, London 1905, of shaped circular form, raised on four ball and claw feet, 25.7cm diameter, 585grams. £120-180
99.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Benjamin Smith, London 1840, of shaped circular form with leaf scroll engraved decoration, raised on three scroll feet, crested, 36.5cm diameter, 1635grams £400-600
100.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Candlestick, John Roberts & Co, Sheffield 1814, bearing armorial crest (base weighted) 38cm high; together with a four branch plated candelabrum fitting (damages). £200-300
101.    A Drew & Sons Piccadilly Ladies Crocodile Skin Travelling Case, initialled "A.O.S.B.", the green watered silk interior fitted with assorted hallmarked silver topped glass jars and bottles, brushes, button hook, shoe horn etc, each of planished finish, crested; together with a hair tong warmer, Matthew John Jessop, Birmingham 1901, initialled "A.O.S.B." and dated "1904", 1940's diaries, The Shooter's Year Book 1947, calling cards for Mrs Bankes, Winstanley Hall, Lady Bird Eartham Chichester, needle case, manicure items etc. £300-500
102.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1936, each of plain design with textured rim, on circular spreading base, total weight 1015grams. £250-300
103.    A Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Bonbon Dish, Birmingham 1908, of pierced design; together with three hallmarked silver napkin rings and a pair of sugar tongs (damages). (5) £15-25
104.    A Matched Georgian Style Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, C. J. Vander, 1973, 1974, each of classical design with vacant oval cartouche, total weight 1890grams. (4) £450-550
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, EV, Sheffield 1967, of plain circular shaped design, raised on three scroll feet, 30.5cm diameter, 805grams. £200-300
106.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, GW, London 1831, with bright cut engraved decoration, initialled. £30-40
107.    A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Tray, Fattorini & Sons, Sheffield 1910, of shaped oval form with twin handles and pierced scroll detail, overall width 45cm, 1535grams. £400-500
108.    A Hallmarked Silver Bottle Coaster, PHV&Co, Birmingham 1973, of plain circular form with turned wood base, rim 12.5cm diameter. £30-40
109.    An Art Deco Style Hallmarked Silver Sugar Shaker, SLd, Birmingham 1941, of plain tapering cylindrical form, with pierced screw top, 13.5cm high; together with a hallmarked silver bonbon dish. (2) £30-40
110.    A Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, Duncan Urquhart & Naphtali Hart (mark rubbed), London 1796, with reeded edge and loop handle and engraved foliate detail, initialled "R". £70-100
111.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, CB, London 1894, total weight 470grams. (6) £100-150
112.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1898. (6) £25-40
113.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, CB, London 1884, GA, London 1879, total weight 295grams. (6) £70-100
114.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Table Forks, CB London 1894; Together with A Matching Smaller Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Forks, CB, London 1893, H.W, Sheffield 1911, total weight 740grams. (12) £170-200
115.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Grapefruit Spoons, EV, Sheffield 1964, in a fitted case. £20-30
116.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Table Knives, JS&S, Sheffield 1967, blades stamped "Sanderson"; Together with A Matching Smaller Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Knives, JS&S, Sheffield 1968. (12) £40-60
117.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Tea Knives, HH, Sheffield 1966, 1967, "Tudor" pattern, "The handle adapted from an Antique Silver Henry VIII piece circa 1545", in a fitted case; together with a cased set of fish knives and forks. (2) £25-30
118.    A Hallmarked Silver Handled Bread Knife and Matching Cake Slice, HB, Sheffield 1972, in original box; together with another matching cake slice, boxed; and a hallmarked silver handled cheese knife, HB, Sheffield 1968, boxed. (3) £30-40
119.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Four Piece Dressing Table Set, HCD, Birmingham 1962, each engine turned with foliate highlights, in original fitted case; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Ladies Powder Compact, C&N, Birmingham 1954, of circular form, allover engine turned. £50-70
120.    A Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1929, each of plain circular form, on plain rim base, total weight 2040grams. (4) £400-500
121.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Salver, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1924, of plain circular design, within foliate leaf scroll and mask border, raised on four leaf scroll bracket feet, 45.5cm diameter, 2655grams. £500-800
122.    A Hallmarked Silver Snuff Box, Deakin & Harrison, Birmingham 1934, of rectangular form, engine turned, 6.4cm wide; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, (creased); a trophy goblet "Fourth North Midland 21st May 1942 Road Walking Championship R.A.P.C. Team 9th Place H.V. Popple", a modern trinket box, etc. (5) £60-80
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Plate, DM, Birmingham 1982, "Commemorating The First Royal Birth to The Prince & Princess of Wales 1982, 22.8cm diameter, 315grams, complete with certificate. £60-80
124.    A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Plate, DM, Birmingham 1981, "The Wedding of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 1981", 22.8cm diameter, 305grams, complete with certificate. £60-80
125.    A Hallmarked Silver Tray, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1917, of shaped rectangular form, engine turned, 30.2cm wide. £80-120
126.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Dessert Knives and Forks, William Eley & William Fearn, (possibly) London 1815. £40-60
127.    A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon, GS, London 1798, crested, 30.8cm long; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Basting Spoon, (marks unclear), crested, total weight 200grams. (2) £50-80
128.    A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, HW, Sheffield 1899, of shaped circular form, raised on three tapering reeded feet, 21.6cm diameter, 325grams. £80-120
129.    A Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, (marks rubbed) of octagonal baluster form, on octagonal spreading base, 19.5cm high, 310grams. £70-100
130.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1899, with wavy cut edge and leaf capped flying scroll handle, raised on three shell capped hoof feet. £40-60
131.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, (marks rubbed) with reeded edge and flying scroll handle, raised on three pointed hoof feet (dented), 100grams. £25-40
132.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark rubbed), Birmingham 1908, with wavy edge and leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three pad feet. £20-30
133.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, London 1801, with reeded edge and scroll handle, with leaf garland, crested (worn). £60-80
134.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, London 1820, CE, London 1824, James LeBass, Dublin 1833, crested, total weight 410grams. (6) £100-150
135.    A Matched Set of Five Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, (makers marks rubbed) Dublin 1830 and another, crested, total weight 170grams. (5) £60-80
136.    A Matched Set of Ten Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, Dublin 1824, 1834, 1827, London 1840, crested, total weight 755grams. £200-300
137.    A Set of Six Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, WC, Dublin 1828, crested, total weight 245grams, crested. (6) £70-100
138.    A Matched Set of Five Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Dublin 1824, 1839, 1847, crested; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Mustard Spoons, crested, initialled. (7) £30-50
139.    A Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Messrs Lias, London 1830, initialled; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, JB, London 1836, initialled; and another pair, T.B, possibly London 1819. (7) £30-50
140.    A Decorative Matched Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, George Smith & William Fearn, London 1790, MC, London 1839, later decorated and crested; Together with Four Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, each with decorative engraved handle. (7) £30-50
141.    A Matched Scottish Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Fork and Spoon, AM&Co, Edinburgh 1834, AW, Edinburgh 1830, initialled; Together with A Hanoverian Pattern Hallmarked Silver Fork and Spoon, (marks unclear), crested and initialled. (4) £40-60
142.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, JB, London 1836, initialled; Together with Another Pair, JB, London 1837, initialled, total weight 225grams. (4) £60-80
143.    A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoon, Thomas Wallis, London 1788, inscribed "Wm Amey"; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoon; and three hallmarked silver Fiddle pattern forks, total weight 300grams. (5) £70-100
144.    A Set of Four Part Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, (marks unclear) initialled; together with a similar pair and a smaller spoon, SG, London 1791, initialled. (7) £30-50
145.    A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver Old English and Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, including initialled and crested, total weight 155grams. (12) £40-60
146.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, each with blue glass liner, an open salt, apostle coffee spoons, plated bachelor's teapot, stand, jug, etc. £20-40
147.    A Pair of Part Hallmarked Silver Sugar Nips, E.C, of scroll form with shell bowls, initialled. £25-40
148.    A Hallmarked Silver Sovereign Case, foliate engraved, Birmingham 1906, suspended on a long chain. £30-50
149.    A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, TB&S, Sheffield 1939, of plain oval form, the hinged lid engraved "Presented to Alderman J.A. Longden J.P. Nov. 4th 1940 in the year of his office as Lord Mayor of the City of Sheffield", 6.7cm wide; Together with A "Personal Correspondence of Alderman J.A. Longden J.P. 1939-1940" File, containing letters and related ephemera, framed and other photograph, etc. £50-80
150.    A Hallmarked Silver Wine Funnel, (makers mark rubbed) London 1826, detailed in relief with flowerheads and scrolls and gadrooned border (repair to leaf scroll support). £100-150
151.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Vases, B&S, Sheffield 1915, each of plain design, with wavy pierced rim, on circular spreading base, 17cm high, total weight 340grams. (2) £70-100
152.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, WNLtd, Birmingham 1932, of plain rectangular form with engine turned lid, 17.5cm wide; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Matchbox Cover, M&CoLtd, Birmingham 1902, allover detailed in relief. (2) £40-60
153.    A Pair of Art Deco Style Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, CB&S, Sheffield 1936, each of plain angular design, later inscribed "N.H.S. Wood 1960" and "Captains Prize WHGC", on spreading base. (2) £40-60
154.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, JBC&SLd, Birmingham 1970, each with wavy cut edge and leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three shell capped hoof feet, total weight 130grams. (2) £30-50
155.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Double Aperture Rectangular Photograph Frame, CSG&Co, Birmingham 1938, of plain design, on wooden easel back, overall width 21.5cm. £30-50
156.    A Hallmarked Silver Hatpin Stand, (marks rubbed) on circular base (weighted), 10.5cm high. £30-50
157.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Dwarf Candlesticks, WHL, Birmingham 1916 (damages); together with a pair of XIX Century plated candle snuffers. (3) £20-30
158.    A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Sugar Shaker, HH&Sn, London 1926, 15.5cm high; together with a pair of hallmarked silver napkin rings, initialled and two further napkin rings. (5) £25-40
159.    An Art Nouveau Style Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, WHH, Birmingham 1907, of shaped circular form, detailed in relief with flowerheads and leaf scrolls; Together with Another Bonbon Dish, of heart shape with pierced detail, raised on three ball feet. (2) £25-40
160.    A Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Single Blade Folding Fruit Knife, open length 9.5cm; A Hallmarked Silver Topped Glass Jar; a snuff/pill box, hardstone inset and other button hooks, hallmarked silver charm pendant, thimble and a 1981 coin proof set. £30-50
161.    A Georgian Toddy Ladle, the circular bowl, initialled, with twisted handle, length 38.6cm long; together with a pair of small hallmarked silver sauce ladles, souvenir and other teaspoons, plated berry spoons, decorative sifter spoon, etc. (14) £40-60
164.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Hoop Earrings, of plain design, with two pairs of changeable bead drops. £50-70
165.    A Pair of Modern Earrings, stamped "375", (one damaged/incomplete); together with a pair of spiral earrings, the hook fittings stamped "375". £60-80
166.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £350-400
167.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Earstuds, each of flowerhead design, claw set throughout, approximate total diamond weight 2.60cts. £2000-2500
168.    A Pair of XIX Century Belgian Diamond Set Earpendants, each of openwork shaped two tone panel design (one broken), on elongated hook fitting, overall length 7.5cm. £100-150
169.    A Pair of Diamond Cluster Earrings, each of flowerhead design, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, on Continental hinged back fittings, stamped "750". £400-450
170.    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". £180-220
171.    A Pair of Modern Earrings, each of abstract openwork design, with inset highlights, on Continental hinged back fittings, indistinctly stamped. £70-100
172.    A Pair of Large Single Stone Earrings, each oval four claw set, on Continental hinged back fittings, indistinctly stamped. £250-300
173.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Pearl and Diamond Set Earrings, of fan design, each set to the centre with one white pearl. £150-200
174.    A Pair of Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Half Hoop Earrings, each set throughout with eight uniform brilliant cut stones. £400-500
175.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Necklace, of graduated design, to snap clasp. £100-150
176.    A Modern 9ct Gold Frog Pendant, on a fine chain; A "Bermuda" Pendant, stamped "14k", on a 9ct gold chain, a curb link bracelet etc. £150-200
177.    A 9ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, on fine chain. £100-150
178.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Pendant, of fob style, Modernist and other rings, a 9ct gold heart shape locket pendant, imitation pearls, commemorative coin, earrings etc. £40-60
179.    A Single Stone Pendant, of faceted teardrop design, the textured mount stamped "375"; together with two oval single stone pendants. (3) £30-50
180.    A Modern 9ct Gold Pendant, of Byzantine style, multi set, on 9ct gold fine chain. £40-60
181.    A 9ct Gold Heart Shape Locket Pendant, on a fine chain stamped "375"; Together with A 9ct Gold Square Pendant, multi set, etc. £30-50
182.    A 9ct Rose Gold Fancy Link Chain, of uniform belcher link design with twisted spacers, to swivel style clasp (chain broken). £150-200
183.    A Rectangular Panel Pendant, with applied monogram, on a later 9ct gold chain, etc. £100-150
184.    A Modern Gilt Long Necklace, stamped "925", a cuff bangle, of textured finish, a polished cabochon inset bangle, a three colour textured bracelet, stamped "925", clip earrings, etc. £15-25
185.    Modern Single Stone Pendants, stamped "925", long openwork necklace, CZ bracelet, bangle, etc. £15-25
186.    Assorted Modern Coloured Fresh Water Pearl Bead Necklaces, bracelets, etc, contained in a modern jewellery box with lift up lid and two drawers. £20-30
187.    A Decorative Marcasite Set Necklace, of graduated design, stamped "Silver", on chain; together with a matching bracelet and a pair of marcasite set earrings. £30-50
188.    An Indian Three Row Sapphire Bead Necklace, the uniform faceted sapphire beads on three graduated lengths, with later chain and hook fastener. £400-500
189.    A c.XIX Century Belgian Necklace, (stamped makers mark) composed of openwork shaped panels, with inset highlights, on chain suspension below circular pierced panel, on belcher link chain (repairs/damage), in a fitted case. £150-250
190.    A Chunky 9ct Gold Oval Belcher Link Chain, of semi textured design, to large swivel style clasp. £700-800
191.    A Figaro Link Chain, stamped "375". £150-180
192.    A Modern 18ct White Gold "Gemtique" Multi Set Pendant, of fringe design, on fine chain. £150-200
193.    A Modern Faceted Bead Necklace, with gilt bead spacers, suspending large oval collet set panel pendant. £30-50
194.    An Edwardian Amethyst and Pearl Set Oval Pendant, claw set to the centre, within openwork border of seed pearls, stamped "9c", on fine chain, stamped "9ct"; Together with A Bar Brooch, heart set to the centre on two row bar brooch. (2) £100-150
195.    A Vintage Marcasite Set Necklace, of graduated design, openwork to the centre, on stylised leafy panel links, to snap clasp, stamped silver; Together with A Marcasite Set Bracelet. (2) £20-30
196.    A Two Row Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, strung to 9ct gold citrine and pearl set oval cluster clasp. £80-120
197.    A Modern Polished Pink Hardstone Bead Necklace, suspending large oval ruby panel pendant, collet set, to stylised leaf and scroll hook fastener, stamped "925". £60-80
198.    An Antique Style Cross Pendant, of shaped and textured design, claw set to the centre with an oval sapphire, on belcher link chain stamped "750". £200-250
199.    A 9ct Gold Aquamarine Drop Necklace, graduated rectangular claw set to the front, on curb link chain. £200-250
200.    A Sapphire and Diamond Set Line Pendant, collet rubover set with graduated circular sapphires and brilliant cut diamonds, on a 9ct gold chain. £200-300
201.    A Victorian Style Pearl and Diamond Set Cluster Pendant, of flowerhead design, set with rose cut diamond highlights, suspension loop indistinctly stamped. £150-200
202.    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. £250-300
203.    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) £300-400
204.    An 18ct Gold Diamond and Black Enamel Locket Pendant, of mourning style, highlighted with brilliant cut diamonds. £400-450
205.    A Modern Pearl and Diamond Set Openwork Pendant, stamped "750". £150-200
206.    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. £250-300
207.    A XIX Century Style Locket Pendant/Brooch, detailed with a head and shoulders portrait of a lady, within openwork textured frame; Together with Another Example, within pearl set border, stamped "750". (2) £350-400
208.    A Modern Three Row Fresh Water Pearl Bead Necklace, composed of uniform beads, to large oval black and white cameo style panel clasp; Together with A Large Oval Pendant, of similar style, with claw set highlights. (2) £50-60
209.    A Three Row Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to single cut diamond set clasp stamped "750".
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £2,650 £500-550
210.    A Single Strand Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, to panel clasp with inset diamond chip.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £800 £150-180
211.    A Uniform Single Strand Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to diamond set ball clasp.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £2,150 £400-450
212.    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 £400-450
213.    An Opal Set Circular Locket Pendant, detailed with a pearl set crescent, inscribed "EB1915". £30-50
214.    A Modern Novelty Handbag Charm Pendant, articulated, with inset highlights, stamped "14K". £80-100
215.    A Modern Pearl and Diamond Set Pendant, on split bale. £150-180
216.    A Modern 9ct Gold Pearl and Diamond Set Pendant, circular collet set. £100-150
217.    A Victorian Pink Enamel and Heart Shape Pendant, with heart shape glazed locket panel to verso, indistinctly stamped "15ct". £200-300
218.    A 9ct Gold Pearl Set Pendant, of flowerhead design, on integral chain. £80-100
219.    A 9ct Gold Belcher Link Chain, with pearl bead highlights; together with a pearl and gold bead necklace. (2) £70-100
220.    A Modern Multi Set Pendant, marquise claw set, stamped "375", on a chain. £30-50
221.    A Victorian Pearl and Black Enamel Oval Locket Pendant, detailed to the front with lily of the valley spray, on black ground. £300-400
222.    A Modern 9ct Gold Curb Link Chain, of uniform design, to stylised clasp. £200-300
223.    A Modern 9ct Gold Single Stone Pendant, oval four claw set to the centre, within illusion set border, on fine chain. £30-50
224.    A XIX Century Oval Locket Brooch, the glazed panel encasing hair work; a banded agate brooch, star pierced chain, XIX Century mourning ring, inscribed "Oswald Hill May 24th 1877" (damaged), cross pendant, bolt rings, etc. £60-80
225.    A Modern 9ct Gold Brooch, of three colour textured design. £50-80
226.    An Edwardian Turquoise and Pearl Set Pendant/Brooch, of flowerhead design, stamped "9c", on ropetwist chain with turquoise bead inset spacers. £100-200
227.    An Opal and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, the oval opal in matrix claw set within pear shape border of old and single cut diamonds, on shaped bar. £200-300
228.    A 9ct Gold Oval Blue John Panel Brooch, collet set. £80-100
229.    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". £2500-2800
230.    A Pretty Diamond and Pearl Set Flower Basket Brooch, of openwork design, stamped "K18". £250-300
231.    A Modern Topaz and Diamond Set Abstract Brooch, of openwork scroll design, stamped "K18". £300-400
232.    An Art Deco Style Multi Set Big Cat Brooch, with articulated tail (one stone missing) stamped "925". £40-60
233.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bangle, with three colour detail to the front; Together with A Plain Bangle, stamped "9kt". (2) £70-100
234.    A Modern Bangle, of two colour textured twisted design, hinged, stamped "9kt". £50-80
235.    A Modern Two Colour Openwork Bangle, stamped "375"; Together with Matching Pendant, stamped "375". (2) £100-150
236.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bracelet, of oval textured design, to circular clasp, together with spare links. £100-150
237.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bracelet, of uniform textured design, to oversize bolt ring. £70-100
238.    A Modern 9ct Gold Three Row Bracelet, of uniform textured design, to oversize bolt ring. £80-120
239.    A Modern Bracelet, of double curb link textured design, to octagonal clasp, stamped "375". £80-120
240.    A Modern Bangle, of textured design, stamped "375". £70-100
241.    Suarti 925 Bangle, together with further bangles, pearl bracelet, oval panel pendants, chains, etc. £20-40
242.    Polished Hardstone Inset Bracelets, malachite inset bangle, etc. £15-25
243.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Tennis Bracelet, of graduated design, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, to concealed snap clasp. £2900-3100
244.    A Victorian Style Citrine Set Bracelet, composed of eight shaped oval panels, each oval claw set to the centre, one concealing snap clasp, with domed oval spacers. £150-200
245.    A Modern Bracelet, of geometric openwork design, to snap clasp, indistinctly stamped "585". £250-350
246.    A Modern Bracelet, of stylised design with cross spacers, to snap clasp, stamped "14k Italy". £200-250
247.    A Wide Hallmarked Silver Bangle, of Aesthetic style, hinged to snap clasp, Birmingham 1882; together with another wide bangle, leaf engraved to the front, stamped "Silver Bands"; and an openwork bangle of pierced design. (3) £30-50
248.    A Modern Bracelet, of openwork design, with inset highlights, clasp indistinctly stamped. £80-120
249.    A Gent's 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to snap clasp. £650-750
250.    An Emerald and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, of tapered crossover design, with channel set highlight, stamped "14k".
*Stanley Hunt Jewellers Insurance Valuation 2nd August 2012 £1,850 £250-300
251.    A Modern Diamond Set Dress Ring, three row channel set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "18K".
*Stanley Hunt Jewellers Insurance Valuation 2nd August 2012 "1,995 £250-300
252.    A Wide Plain Band, stamped "9ct". £70-100
253.    A 22ct Gold Patterned Band. £150-200
254.    A 9ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £50-70
255.    A XIX Century Style Diamond Set Ring, of rectangular design, highlighted in blue enamel, set to the centre with a brilliant cut diamond, within border of diamond chips, between textured shoulders, stamped "18ct". £200-300
256.    A 9ct Gold Smokey Quartz Single Stone Dress Ring, claw set high, on plain band. £30-50
257.    A XIX Century Pearl and Diamond Set Mourning Ring, highlighted in black enamel, between tapering textured shoulders, with glazed locket panel and inscribed "In Memory of Ann Elizabeth Greame(?) Ob 6 Feb 1841 Oe 75", in a vintage ring box. £100-200
258.    A 9ct Gold Opal and Sapphire Two Row Ring, of alternate design; together with a 9ct gold sapphire dress ring, of polished design. (2) £50-80
259.    An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, set throughout with old cut stones, Birmingham 1891. £150-200
260.    A 9ct Gold Three Pearl Dress Ring, with inset shoulders; Together with Another Modern Pearl Dress Ring. (2) £60-80
261.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, double claw set; Together with Another 9ct Gold Single Stone Ring, oval claw set. (2) £70-100
262.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Dress Ring, marquise set to the centre between openwork shoulders with claw set highlights. £30-50
263.    A Modern 9ct Gold Pearl and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of textured design, between bifurcated shoulders. £30-50
264.    A Plain Wedding Band, indistinctly stamped "22ct". £60-80
265.    Three Modern 9ct Gold Dress Rings, multi claw set throughout. (3) £70-100
266.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval collet rubover set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds. £250-350
267.    A Modern 9ct Gold Dress Ring, of abstract openwork three colour design; together with an openwork band stamped "375" and a twisted band ring. (3) £40-60
268.    A Modern 9ct Gold Opal Set Ring, elongated oval cabochon collet set to the centre (closed back), between openwork shoulders; Together with Another Example, oval collet set within ropetwist border, between bifurcated shoulders. (2) £80-120
269.    A Modern 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, oval set high between plain shoulders; Together with A 9ct Gold Single Stone Ring, of openwork wide tapering band design, oval cabochon collet set to the centre. (2) £70-100
270.    A Modern Single Stone Dress Ring, stamped "585"; together with a three stone dress ring, stamped "375". (2) £50-80
271.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stones collet rubover set, between crossover shoulders; Together with A 9ct Gold Single Stone Ring, and a plain band. (3) £150-250
272.    A 9ct Gold Puzzle Style Ring, together with a 9ct gold tiger's eye inset swivel fob pendant, and a seal fob type pendant. (3) £50-80
273.    A Collection of Assorted Modern Dress Rings, claw set throughout, stamped "925". £15-20
274.    Pearl and Other Modern Dress Rings, stamped "925". £10-15
275.    Six Modern Cocktail Dress Rings, stamped "925". (6) £15-25
276.    Six Modern Cocktail Dress Rings, stamped "925". (6) £15-25
277.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Ring, claw set to the centre with a flowerhead cluster, between pavé set tapering shoulders, approximate total diamond weight 2.15cts. £1900-2100
278.    A Large 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform brilliant cut stones claw set, approximate total diamond weight 3.50cts. £5200-5500
279.    An 18ct Gold Victorian Style Five Stone Diamond Ring, set throughout with brilliant cut diamonds, within scroll setting. £1100-1200
280.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, of high bombé pierced design. £1300-1400
281.    An 18ct Yellow and White Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the central brilliant cut stone semi collet set, between two marquise cut diamonds. £950-1000
282.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the central radiant cut stone claw set, between two brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.30cts. £1550-1650
283.    A Large Modern 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Ring, the (10x14mm) central tanzanite four claw set, within single row border of brilliant cut diamonds, between inset shoulders. £6000-6250
284.    An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval collet rubover set to the centre, within shaped border of single cut diamonds. £200-300
285.    A Gent's Single Stone Ring, collet rubover set within textured tapering setting, stamped "750". £300-400
286.    A Ruby Set Dress Ring, of wide three row design, channel set to the centre with uniform stones, indistinctly stamped "14k". £150-200
287.    A Large Emerald and Diamond Set Dress Ring, the large (11x8.5mm) emerald corner set between wide textured and channel set shoulders. £300-500
288.    Garrard & Co; A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, of openwork design, set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "Garrard" "G&Co" "750". £4000-4200
289.    A Large Seven Stone Diamond Flowerhead Cluster Ring, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "18ct". £2200-2500
290.    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). £150-200
291.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, circular five claw set to the centre, within swirl border of graduated brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £250-300
292.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, high between textured inset openwork shoulders. £100-150
293.    A Diamond Cluster Ring, of hexagonal design, claw set throughout with uniform stones, high between pierced shoulders, indistinct hallmark, Together with A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. (2) £150-200
294.    Tiffany & Co; A Platinum Four Row Diamond Set Etoile Ring, graduated set throughout with brilliant cut diamonds, in original box with Tiffany & Co New York purchase receipt dated 04/26/2008 $10,925. £3500-4000
295.    Tiffany & Co; A Slim Platinum Band, with textured detail, in original box with Selfridges & Co (Manchester) purchase receipt dated 15/12/14 £690. £150-200
296.    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 £5000-5500
297.    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 £2000-2500
298.    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. £200-300
299.    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 £3000-3500
300.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Gold Triple Cluster Dress Ring, of crossover design, claw set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones. £250-300
301.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of satin and polished finish crossover design, millegrain set with uniform brilliant cut diamonds. £200-250
302.    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. £300-350
303.    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 £800-1000
304.    An Edwardian Style Pearl and Diamond Cluster Ring, single pearl set to the centre, within border of uniform old cut stones, between single stone diamond set shoulders.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £2,100 £500-600
305.    A Victorian Style Imperial Topaz and Diamond Set Ring, rectangular multi claw set to the centre, high between old cut diamond inset shoulders.
*Ernest Jones (Sheffield) Insurance Valuation 2007 £3,600 £1000-1500
306.    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. £1000-1500
307.    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. £500-600
308.    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". £200-250
309.    A Single Pearl Set Ring, (8mm) set between plain tapering shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £100-150
310.    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 £1000-1500
311.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, of flowerhead design, set throughout with graduated brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.20cts. £800-1000
312.    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". £300-400
313.    A 9ct Gold Edwardian Style Garnet and Pearl Set Ring, of elongated design, circular collet set (one pearl missing). £70-100
314.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old brilliant cut stones claw set, stamped "18ct Plat". £100-150
315.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, illusion set between bifurcated shoulders, stamped "18ct". £50-80
316.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Five Stone Ring, graduated claw set, Birmingham 1892. £150-200
317.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-150
318.    A Cluster Dress Ring, indistinctly stamped; together with an emerald and diamond five stone ring, alternately claw set. £60-80
319.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, together with another 22ct gold band (cut). (2) £100-150
320.    A Modern 18ct Gold Princess Cut Diamond Set Ring, collet rubover graduated offset, between plain shoulders. £100-200
321.    A Chester Hallmarked 18ct Gold Opal and Diamond Set Ring, graduated claw set with single cut highlights, Chester 1912. £80-120
322.    A 9ct Gold Opal Set Cluster Dress Ring, claw set throughout; together with a 9ct gold patterned wedding band. (2) £50-70
323.    A Chester Hallmarked 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Five Stone Ring, claw set throughout with old cut stones, Chester 1907; Together with An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Ring, claw set. (2) £150-200
324.    A Cherry Amber Coloured Bead Necklace, of short graduated design; together with a XIX Century banded agate locket pendant, and a modern ring. (3) £20-40
325.    A Modern 18ct Gold Millennium Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set throughout between plain shoulders. £700-750
326.    A 9ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring, claw set throughout. £60-80
327.    A 9ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, inscribed ".25". £60-80
328.    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) £1000-1200
329.    A 9ct Gold Elongated Curb Link Part Chain, suspending T-bar and medallion pendant, highlighted in enamel. £400-500
330.    A Muff Type Chain, of uniform design, to swivel style clasp stamped "9c". £200-300
331.    A XIX Century Medallion, "Manchester & Liverpool & Royal North Lancashire Agricultural Society 1874", inscribed " Sept Awarded to Mr W.W. Cooke for Collection of Bees & Bee-Hives Exhibited at Stalybridge", 4.8cm diameter, within glazed pendant mount. £20-30
332.    A 9ct Gold Polished Hardstone Inset Pocketwatch Key, 3.8cm long. £30-50
333.    A Muff Type Chain, of uniform design, stamped "9c" (repair), suspending heart shape locket pendant. £250-300
334.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the engine turned and initialled panels on chain connections; together with another pair of gent's cufflinks and a Chester hallmarked silver medallion pendant, on a chain. £80-100
337.    Bueche-Girod; A 9ct Gold Cased Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, within diamond set bezel, claw set, to integral textured tapering bracelet with 9ct gold clasp, in original box with certificate dated 26.7.80. £600-700
338.    Rolex; An Oyster Perpetual DateJust (5031) Bubble Back Gent's Wristwatch, (serial number unclear) the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, the movement stamped "Rolex Perpetual Chronometer", within bubble back (36mm) case (case back numbered 5031) (winder detached), on a Rolex strap with buckle; together with another gent's wristwatch. (2) £500-800
339.    Omega; A Vintage Seamaster DeVille Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, on later bracelet with clasp stamped "18k". £300-500
340.    Omega; A 1970's Jeux d'Argent DeVille Wristwatch, the oval signed grey dial with Roman numerals and line markers, to integral chain link bracelet, of uniform design. £150-250
341.    Omega; A Vintage Seamaster Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on modern Omega leather strap with Omega buckle.
*Serviced and refurbished by Omega 23.04.2014 £300-500
342.    Rolex; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the unsigned dial with black Arabic numerals, within plain case, on expanding bracelet. £200-300
343.    Rotary; A Modern 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, to integral brick link style bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £150-200
344.    Omega; A c.1970's Chronostop Wristwatch, the signed grey dial with baton markers, white hands and orange centre seconds hand, (movement unseen) on original mesh link bracelet with fold over clasp.
£300-500
345.    Nivada Grenchen; A c.1960's Chronomaster Aviator Sea Diver Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with centre seconds and two subsidiary dials, (movement unseen) case back stamped "Nivada Grenchen" "85001", on a bracelet. £300-500
346.    Tag Heuer; A Diamond Set Aquaracer Ladies Wristwatch, the mother of pearl dial with diamond set markers and date aperture, within diamond set bezel (glass scratched), in original box with Sol Time Orlando purchase receipt dated 9/16/07 $2650. £550-600
348.    Tag Heuer; A Modern Aquaracer Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with seconds subsidiary dial and date aperture, in original box with booklet and a spare bracelet link. £200-300
349.    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. £2500-3000
350.    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". £800-900
351.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Vintage Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and openwork hands, within plain case, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct". £250-300
352.    Rolex; A Vintage 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with part Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within case inscribed "With Love from Ernie", (import marks) Glasgow 1937, on later strap. £150-250
353.    Omega; A Ladies Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton makers, inside case stamped "18K 0.750", to integral textured tapering bracelet with clasp stamped "750". £250-300
354.    Helvetia; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch Head, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, within Art Deco style case; together with a bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £60-80
355.    Rolex; A Gold Plated Cased Air King (5506) Oyster Perpetual Precision Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and centre seconds, case numbered 546870, on later bracelet with 9ct gold fold over clasp, initialled. £400-600
356.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the dial with black Arabic and Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement numbered "48769", within plain case, Chester 1885. £500-700
357.    A Decorative 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the foliate engraved dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (plastic glass loose), within foliate engraved and engine turned case, Chester 1863. £500-700
358.    A Gold Plated Cased Openface Alarm Pocketwatch, (damages); together with two hardstone inset pocketwatch keys and a pair of hallmarked silver single circular panel cuff links. £20-40
359.    A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), within plain case. £100-150
360.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, London 1919; Together with A 9ct Gold Curb Link Albert Chain, suspending Edward VII Sovereign with applied pendant mount, T-bar, a seal style pendant and an engine turned cigar piercer. £400-600
361.    A Continental Cased Ladies Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within engraved case, stamped "9K". £50-70
362.    A Continental Ladies Fob Watch, the dial with red Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within allover engraved case, highlighted in enamel (losses), stamped "14K". £100-150
365.    Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1980, in capsule and case of issue. £170-200
366.    Victoria Sovereign, 1882 (M), young head, shield back. £170-200
367.    Victoria Sovereign, 1873, young head, shield back, die number 5. £170-200
368.    Victoria Sovereign, 1866, young head, shield back, die number 63. £170-200
369.    Victoria Sovereign, 1872, young head, shield back. £170-200
370.    Victoria Sovereign, 1864, young head, shield back, die number 62. £170-200
371.    Victoria Sovereign, 1880 (S), young head, shield back. £170-200
372.    Victoria Sovereign, 1871, young head, shield back, die number 19. £170-200
373.    Victoria Sovereign, 1870, young head, shield back, die number 86. £170-200
374.    Victoria Sovereign, 1855, young head, shield back. £200-240
375.    Victoria Sovereign, 1853, young head, shield back. £200-240
376.    Victoria Sovereign, 1864, young head, shield back, die number 29. £170-200
377.    Victoria Sovereign, 1873, young head, shield back, die number 2. £170-200
378.    Victoria Sovereign, 1869, young head, shield back, die number 40. £170-200
379.    Victoria Sovereign, 1853, young head, shield back. £200-240
380.    Victoria Sovereign, 1866, young head, shield back, die number 56. £170-200
381.    Victoria Sovereign, 1853, young head, shield back. £200-240
382.    Victoria Sovereign, 1864, young head, shield back, die number 90. £170-200
383.    Victoria Sovereign, 1860, young head, shield back. £170-200
384.    Victoria Sovereign, 1850, young head, shield back. £200-240
385.    Victoria Sovereign, 1871 (S), young head, shield back. £170-200
386.    Victoria Sovereign, 1848, young head, shield back. £200-240
387.    Victoria Sovereign, 1871, young head, shield back, die number 73. £170-200
388.    Victoria Sovereign, 1853, young head, shield back. £200-240
389.    Victoria Sovereign, 1855, young head, shield back. £200-240
390.    Victoria Sovereign, 1865, young head, shield back, die number 32. £170-200
391.    Victoria Sovereign, 1862, young head, shield back. £170-200
392.    Victoria Sovereign, 1857, young head, shield back. £200-240
393.    Victoria Sovereign, 1869, young head, shield back, die number 13. £170-200
394.    Victoria Sovereign, 1870, young head, shield back, die number 84. £170-200
395.    Victoria Sovereign, 1869, young head, shield back, die number 12. £170-200
396.    South Africa Krugerrand, 1972, loose set in 9ct gold pendant mount, on a belcher link chain. £800-900
397.    South Africa 1/10 Krugerrand, 1984, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £100-150
398.    Victoria Half Sovereign, 1896, loose set within pendant mount stamped "9ct". £100-150
399.    Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1902, loose set within pendant mount, indistinctly stamped "9ct". £100-150
400.    Victoria Sovereign, 1874 (young head), loose set within pendant mount stamped "9ct". £190-210
401.    Elizabeth II Half Sovereign, 2001, (loose?) set within 9ct gold pendant mount; Together with A 9ct Gold Ropetwist Chain, (clasp damaged) and a stickpin. £200-300
402.    Victoria Double Sovereign, 1893 (number 1 defaced), with applied scroll pendant mount (damage to coin). £250-350
403.    George V Sovereign, 1912, with applied scroll pendant mount. £100-150
404.    South Africa 2R, 1972, loose(?) set within circular pendant mount, stamped "750". £250-300