The department continues to lead the field in Fine Jewellery sales outside London. Outstanding prices have been achieved for all areas including coloured stones, diamonds, antique jewellery and natural pearls, demonstrated by a pair of natural pearl drop earrings which sold for £1.6 million and a two-stone Kashmir sapphire ring which sold for £366,000 ($80,000 per carat).

Marielle Whiting is now Head of the department and Jonathan Edwards will continue in a consultancy role. As well as working increasingly from their London office, the team continue to expand their global reach and are particularly keen to develop this international connection further, whilst maintaining the service provided to all clients.


Forthcoming Sales


25th January 2018
Jewellery and Watches
Entries accepted until 30th November 2017




To be sold 25th January 2018
An Indian gold necklace, c1950, in the shape of yasmin buds and set with cabochon rubies, 250g
£10,000 - 20,000

Recent Sale Highlights




Left: An articulated diamond clip brooch by Bulgari, c1960 - £18,000
Right: An impressive diamond cluster ring by Bulgari, central diamond 8.15cts - £80,000



Left: An impressive diamond-set foliate corsage and matching earrings - £24,000
Right: A carved rock crystal seated French Bulldog, possibly by Cartier, c1910 - £8,000



Left: An Art Deco 1930s sapphire and diamond bracelet - £21,000
Right: An early 20th-century diamond pendant, the pear-shaped diamond weighs 3.80cts and has D colour and VS2 clarity
- £45,000



Left: A pair of Belle Époque ruby and diamond drop earrings - £7,000
Right: A Burmese sapphire and diamond ring, the sapphire 7.95cts - £49,000





A mid-17th century style 19th century gold pomander


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  • Recent Sale Highlights
  • A late Victorian diamond set floral tiara
    Sold For £ 55,000
  • An impressive diamond cluster ring by Bulgari
    Sold For £ 80,000
  • A tutti-frutti style giardinetto brooch in the Japanese style by Cartier
    Sold For £ 24,000
  • A five row natural pearl necklace
    Sold For £ 50,000
  • An Art Deco emerald and diamond pendant
    Sold For £ 14,000
  • An impressive natural saltwater pearl ring
    Sold For £ 170,000
  • A late George III coloured stone riviere necklace
    Sold For £ 37,000
  • A Kashmir sapphire two stone ring
    Sold For £ 300,000
  • A pair of natural saltwater pearl and diamond earrings
    Sold For £ 40,000
  • A French Art Deco gold cigarette case
    Sold For £ 19,000
  • Previous Sales
Contact Department
Marielle Whiting FGA Associate Director
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424595 Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508
Jonathan Edwards FGAA Consultant
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424504 Fax: +44 (0)1722 424508
Adrian Hailwood Wristwatch specialist
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