Stunning Jewellery in our Spring Auction

Stunning Jewellery in our Spring Auction

AUCTION PREVIEW

Valentines day may be behind us, but who needs only one day of the year to show how much someone means to us. If you’re looking for that something special then look no further than our March 23rd Spring auction. The jewellery section is packed with unique and sentimental pieces to suit all tastes and budgets. 


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If money is no object take your pick of two impressive diamond rings. A solitaire brilliant cut diamond weighing 3.8cts is estimated at £16,000-18,000 and a stunning blue diamond cluster ring is being offered for £18,000-20,000. Keeping with a ‘blue’ theme, we also have a beautiful Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelet, an Edwardian aquamarine pendant, a tanzanite cluster ring and an impressive sapphire and diamond cluster ring.

 


Lot 89 - A single stone diamond ring,
the brilliant cut diamond claw set in white metal to white metal shank, stamped 3.82, ring size L 1/2, weight approx 4.3g, with photocopy of an AnchorCert certificate stating; carat weight 3.82, clarity SI1, colour J, weight approx 4.4g
Estimate: £16,000 - £18,000

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Lot 84 - A platinum fancy vivid blue coloured diamond cluster ring,
designed as a central rectangular radiant cut treated blue diamond, claw set within a border of twelve brilliant cut colourless diamonds, with diamond set shoulders, ring size M, weight approx 14.2g, with accompanying IGL certificate dated June 22 2021 stating; carat weight- 3.00ct, colour- fancy vivid blue, clarity grade- VS1, HPHT treated to improve colour
Estimate: £18,000 - £20,000

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A particularly unique piece is an unusual mid-19th century porcelain plaque bracelet. Originally given as an engagement gift, the bracelet is formed of six oval porcelain plaques mounted to entwined links. The central plaque depicts two doves sat upon a wreath of pink roses, with the other four plaques depicting female representations of the four seasons. The engraving to the reverse ‘CMC to LWC May 1852’ relates to Colin Minton Campbell and Louisa Wilmot Cave-Browne-Cave who married 3rd August 1853. Colin Minton Campbell was the grandson of Thomas Minton, founder of Minton Pottery. Estimated at £700-900 it is sure to appeal to both jewellery lovers and ceramic enthusiasts.

 


Lot 63 - An Art Deco diamond and sapphire bracelet,
designed as seven graduated openwork panel links set with a central oval or round mixed cut sapphire within rose cut diamond surround, each interspersed with square cushion cut diamond and sapphire links, set in white metal with integral box link clasp and attached safety chain, weight approx 21.7g (missing one rose cut diamond)
Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

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Lot 79 - A mid-19th century porcelain plaque bracelet,
designed as a central oval plaque depicting two doves upon a ring a roses, set within yellow metal engraved scroll mount the reverse inscribed 'CMC to LWC May 1852', flanked to each side by two further porcelain plaques each depicting a female representation of the four seasons, each interspersed with entwined scroll links, with integral box link clasp,
183mm long, not stamped
Estimate: £700 - £900

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Another novel piece is a charming 9ct gold brooch depicting a scene from the popular poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’. Formed of yellow, white and rose gold, the boat brooch is mounted with a rowing pussycat and singing owl with emerald set eyes.

 


Lot 45 - A 9ct tri-coloured gold owl and pussycat brooch,
the textured rose and white gold boat mounted with yellow gold owl with emerald eyes and yellow gold pussycat, 42mm high, hallmarked 'A & W', Birmingham 1983, weight approx 10.3g
Estimate: £600 - £800

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If you are interested in any of these pieces browse the full catalogue below.  If you would like a condition report on any of the pieces of jewellery offered for sale please email me maryanne@hallsgb.com 

 

 


 

 

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The Spring Auction

Wednesday 23rd March 10am

 

 


 

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