Sold for £2,000
A sapphire and diamond dress ring, the central oval faceted sapphire surrounded by 18 old cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank marked 18 plat
Sold for £1,850
A 9ct yellow gold bracelet attached with nine sovereigns and three half sovereigns, various dates, overall weight approximately 134 grams
Sold for £1,800
A diamond and ruby leopard pendant consisting of numerous round brilliant cut diamonds and round rubies, grain set with a curb link necklace, both stamped 9k
Sold for £1,650
A Victorian ebonised gilt metal mounted and boulle work credenza, the central boulle work door opening to reveal a velvet lined interior, flanked by bowed glass doors, gilt metal mounts on a shaped apron with metal mounts
Sold for £1,400
An Anglo Indian bone and tortoiseshell table top box, the sloping fall enclosing a vacant interior with drawers to the back, on turned feet, 41.5cm wide x 30.5cm deep x 12.5cm high
Sold for £1,000
Kevin Sinnott
“Is love sex a joke”

Oil on canvas
Bernard Jacobson Gallery labels verso dated 1985
169 x 153.5cm
Sold for £920
An opal and diamond dress ring of pointed oval form set with three opals and surrounded by diamonds to an 18ct yellow gold setting and shank, a 9ct yellow gold dress ring, and a green stone and diamond dress ring
Sold for £900
Sigvard Hansen
A gentleman seated in an interior scene
Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1927
58 x 50cm
Sold for £850
A four stone diamond ring set with round old cut diamonds each approximately 0.4 of a carat to a yellow metal claw setting and shank marked 18ct, approx 1.6 of a carat
Sold for £830
A 1981 gold Krugerrand
Sold for £830
A 1974 gold Krugerrand, together with a silver proof coin, and assorted costume jewellery, cased goblets etc
Sold for £820
A three stone diamond ring set with brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 1 carat to a white metal setting and 18ct yellow gold shank

Sold for £800
A George III Irish silver teapot of oval form, decorated with lines and swags, the shield under an eagle initialled, with a matching teapot stand, Dublin, 1766, William Homer, approx. 700 grams
Sold for £720
Catalogue Plantarum, Tum Exoticarum Tum Domesticarum, que in Hortis haud procul a Londino Sitis in Venditionem propogantur. A catalogue of Trees, Shrubs, Plants, and Flowers both Exotic and Domestic, which are propogated for sale, in the gardens near London, …By a Society of Gardeners, London: printed in the year M.DCC.XXX (1730)
Sold for £720
A pair of Chinese Famille verte porcelain tulip vases decorated with figures in a landscape, signed to the base, 21cm high
Sold for £720
A Victorian silver kettle on stand of large proportions with a scrolling handle, the baluster body decorated with scrolls and leaves, the cartouche inscribed “Presented to Bro Alfred Pound..P.P.G.O…The Wor. Master & Brethren in appreciation of his 25 years esteemed service as organist to The Gwalia lodge of Freemasons No.4213”, the separate base decorated with scrolls and flowers, on three shell decorated feet, with a burner, London, 1852, stamped “Hunt & Roskell late Stork & Mortimer” approximately 2290 grams, 45cm high
Sold for 680
A 19th century oak longcase clock, the arched hood with shallow pillars above a long trunk door, box base and bracket feet, the 27.5cm dial with a brass dial and Roman numerals, inscribed to the centre “Rees Williams Cwm Usk” the 30 hour movement striking on a bell, 216cm high
Sold for £680
A 9ct yellow gold cigarette case with engine turned decoration inscribed “E Greenwood”, approximately 90 grams
Sold for £650
A Pair of diamond cluster earrings, each set with twenty four round brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal claw setting and yellow metal fitting
Sold for £630
An 18ct yellow gold bracelet with textured links together with two other 18ct yellow and white gold bracelets, approximately 46 grams
Sold for £600
An 18th century South Wales oak dresser, the open rack with a moulded cornice and two shelves, the base with a planked top above three drawers, three dummy drawers on square legs united by a pot board, 156.5cm wide x 44cm deep x 184cm high
Sold for £600
An 18th century South Wales oak dresser, the rack with a moulded cornice above three shelves with a planked back, the base with a planked top above three drawers and turned legs united by a pot board, 182cm wide x 45cm deep x 195cm high
Sold for £600
Joseph Thors

Cottages on the edge of a woodland
Oil on canvas
51 x 76.5cm
Together with a companion (a pair)
Sold for £600
A pair of Nantgarw porcelain plates with a shaped edge moulded with scrolls, leaves and swags, with green jewelled decoration painted to the centre with sprays of garden flowers, impressed mark, 22cm diameter
Sold for £600
A modern silver commemorative 18ct gold, silver and diamond mounted presentation sword, the blade by Wilkinson Sword Limited, the hilt hallmarked for London 1977, number 85 of a limited edition of 100, the hilt banded with silver and 18ct yellow gold decoration and mounted with an enamelled Royal Coat of Arms, pierced and chased with the emblems of Great Britain, the guard set with a row of graduating diamonds, the blade engraved “HM QUEEN ELIZABETH II SILVER JUBILEE 1977, in a fitted wooden case mounted with a silver plaque, length, 93cm

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