Yesterday’s sale was a hot one, and not just because of the scorching temperatures. Our Jewellery section of the sale once again started the auction with a bang, generating over £40,000.00 in revenue for our vendors. Here’s a look at some of the highest selling jewellery lots in the auction.

Sold for £2,800.00
Lot 1 – A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central oval faceted sapphire approximately 11mm x 9mm surrounded by ten round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.20cts, to a white metal basket setting and 18ct yellow gold shank, approximately 8 grams
Sold for £2,500.00
Lot 74 – An 18ct yellow gold diamond set signet ring, the cushion cut diamond approximately 8mmlong x 6mm wide x 5mm deep, 9.5 grams, size Q
Sold for £2,400.00
Lot 27 – An 18ct yellow gold diamond set necklace, set with seventy three round brilliant cut diamonds, 41cm long, approximately 100 grams
Sold for £1,650.00
Lot 43 – A ruby and diamond ring, the central oval faceted ruby approximately 9mm x 7mm surrounded by round brilliant cut diamonds and ruby inserts with diamond set shoulders, to a white metal setting and 18ct yellow gold shank, approximately 5.5 grams
Sold for £1,400.00
Lot 8 – A 14ct yellow gold diamond set necklet set with one hundred and five round brilliant cut diamonds, varying in size from 0.05cts to 0.20cts estimated at approximately 5cts in total, approximately 40.5cm long, 40.5 grams
Sold for £1,330.00
Lot 11 – A 9ct yellow gold bracelet, with textured twisted oval links and a padlock clasp, approximately 108.5 grams
Sold for £1,250.00
Lot 28 – An 18ct yellow gold diamond set bracelet, with forty five round brilliant cut diamonds, 18cm long, approximately 47.5 grams