Jewellery


The Jewellery department leads the field outside London and has achieved some remarkable prices.  The department is a dynamic team of three, with two qualified gemmologists, it has grown exponentially over the past few years.

The team continue to expand their international relationships as well as working increasingly in London, with the opening of a new London premises in Mayfair. The department is renowned for strength in natural pearls and coloured gem stone jewellery, 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 or $80,000 per carat. A single pearl sold in 2014 for £811,000.

 

Forthcoming Sales

20th July 2017 - Jewellery & Watches - sale now closed for entries

Entries are now being accepted for the 26th October Fine Jewellery sale

Appointments in Salisbury or 17 Clifford Street, Mayfair by appointment

 
To be sold October 26th 2017:
diamond pendants
Pictured left: A 3.80ct pear-shaped diamond pendant, D colour, VS2 clarity £30,000 - 50,000
Pictured right: A 3.14ct triangular-shaped diamond pendant £12,000 - 15,000
Recent Sale Highlights
 
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A five-row natural saltwater pearl necklace. Sold for £50,000

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Diamond tiara, naturalistically designed as the ginkgo tree. Sold for £55,000
A tutti frutti gem-set brooch by Cartier. Sold for £24,000

 

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A George III multi-gem-set rivière necklace (front and back image). Sold for £37,000

  • Forthcoming Lots
  • Recent Sale Highlights
  • An early 20th-century leaping pig brooch
    £4,000 - 6,000
  • A French diamond-set scroll necklace, 1950's
    £5,000 - 7,000
  • A diamond line bracelet
    £10,000 - 15,000
  • A Meiji shakudo circular plaque necklace
    £1,000 - 2,000
  • A late Victorian salamander brooch
    £2,000 - 3,000
  • A Kashmir sapphire two stone ring
    Sold For £ 300,000
  • An impressive natural saltwater pearl ring
    Sold For £ 170,000
  • A diamond solitaire ring
    Sold For £ 82,000
  • A late George III coloured stone riviere necklace
    Sold For £ 37,000
  • A pair of natural saltwater pearl and diamond earrings
    Sold For £ 40,000
  • A five row natural pearl necklace
    Sold For £ 50,000
  • A Charles II loyalty ring, the glazed portrait miniature attributed to Nicholas Dixon.
    Sold For £ 19,000
  • A French Art Deco gold cigarette case
    Sold For £ 19,000
  • A late 19th century orange pink topaz and diamond pendant
    Sold For £ 38,000
  • An Art Deco emerald and diamond brooch in the Oriental taste by Cartier
    Sold For £ 15,000
  • Forthcoming Sales
  • Previous Sales
Contact Department
Jonathan Edwards FGAA (Associate Director)
Tel: +44 (0)1722 424504 Fax: +44 (0) 1722 424508
Special Jewellery Notices

Some lots are accompanied by gemmological certificates which give an opinion on some or all of the gem stones included in that lot.

For a full list of the Special Jewellery Notices please click here

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