Sold for £8,200
A Gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer wristwatch, with a black dial, luminous markers, 3,6 & 9, with Mercedes yellow metal minute hand, No.268225, the movement marked N713730, 1030 calibre movement, inside back cover and between the lugs marked 6610, on a stainless steel Rolex bracelet strap with a Guarantee purchased from M Mansour & Sons, Aden on December 27th 1957
Sold for £5,000
A lady’s 18ct yellow gold diamond set Rolex oyster perpetual datejust wristwatch, with a blue dial, diamond set markers, diamond set bezel and diamond set strap, overall approximately 69.7 grams, box, no papers
Sold for £4,500
An 18ct yellow gold sapphire and diamond necklace set with twenty two round brilliant cut diamonds to the body of the three strand necklace, the base set with twelve sapphire and diamond clusters of graduating sizes together with a pair of matching sapphire and diamond earrings, 41cm long, approximately 80.5 grams
Sold for £3,500
A diamond dress ring, the central round brilliant cut stone approximately 1.5 carats to two lines of eight round brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank, size K 1/2, approximately 9.5 grams
Sold for £3,400
A solitaire diamond ring, the round old cut diamond approximately 1.5 carats to a white metal claw setting and shank
Sold for £2,800
An Edwardian opal and diamond fringe necklace, set with swags of round old cut diamonds and round and oval opals to a yellow metal setting in a fitted velvet box, approximately 38cm long
Sold for £2,700
A solitaire diamond ring, the cushion cut diamond approximately 1ct with three diamonds to each shoulder to a platinum claw setting and shank size N 1/2
Sold for £2,500
A diamond ring set with seven marquise shaped diamonds, the central stone with Antwerp World Diamond Centre certificate, (according to the certificate), the central stone weighs 1.55ct, vs1, white, measuring 10.47 x 6.29 x 3.80mm, surrounded by six marquise shaped diamonds measuring approximately 7mm x 4mm, to a white metal claw setting and shank, indistinctly marked, size K, approximately 12.5 grams
Sold for £2,250
An 18ct yellow gold necklace set with an emerald and diamond pendant, the three strand necklace set with twenty four round brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.05 of a carat, the pendant with a rectangular emerald measuring approximately 10mm x 11mm surrounded by twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.10 of a carat, 43.5cm long and approximately 78 grams
Sold for £2,200
Peter Prendergast
Self portrait in red

Oil on paper
Label verso
48 x 40.5cm
Mostyn Art Gallery and Albany labels verso
Sold for £2,100
A ruby and diamond ring, the central oval mixed cut strong red transparent natural ruby 7.55mm x 5.57mm x 2.91mm measuring 1.12 carats flanked by two round brilliant cut diamonds approximately 0.5 carats, colour E, Clarity VS2 and 0.51 carats, colour E, Clarity VS1 to a yellow and white metal claw setting and 18ct yellow gold shank, approximately 4.8 grams, size L and a half
With British Gemmological Institute certificates for the three stones
Sold for £2,000
A pair of Cartier ‘Tutti Frutti’ style drop earrings, set with rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds in a white metal setting, approximately 5cm drop x 2cm wide, approximately 17.5 grams
Sold for £1,950
A diamond dress ring, set with two round old cut diamonds each approximately 0.25ct, surrounded by twenty round old cut diamonds to a white metal setting and yellow metal shank
Sold for £1,750
A diamond necklace set with baguette and brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal setting and chain with diamond set balls, believed to be by Chopard, but unmarked, overall weight approximately 29.5 grams
Sold for £1,500
A sapphire and diamond ring, the central oval sapphire approximately 11mm x 9mm, with ten baguette cut diamonds (five stepped to each side) ranging from approximately 0.3 to 0.1 of a carat, with twenty-two round brilliant cut diamonds (eleven to each side) ranging from approximately 0.2 to 0.05 of a carat to a yellow metal claw setting and shank, ring size approximately K 1/2, (with an East West arts and gems certificate stating 1. Ring real saphire 6.06crt, real baguets 1.79crt, round diamond 1.84crt, U.S. Dollars eleven thousand)
Sold for £1,450
An 18ct white gold aquamarine and diamond dress ring, the central faceted oval aquamarine approximately 2cts flanked to the shoulders by baguette and round brilliant cut diamonds to an 18ct white gold setting and shank
Sold for £1,400
An early 20th century opal and diamond necklace, set with a large circular cabochon opal and a large oval cabochon opal and eleven round old cut diamonds to a 15ct yellow gold setting and chain, in a Spiridion & Son of Cardiff tooled gilt red leather box
Sold for £1,300
An 18ct yellow and white gold diamond set tennis bracelet, with figure of eight links set with nine round brilliant cut diamond each approximately 0.05 of a carat, 20.5cm long, approximately 22.7grams
Sold for £1,150
A 9ct yellow gold rope twist necklace 46cm long together with a 9ct gold three strand necklace and a 9ct gold five strand necklace, approximately 126 grams
Sold for £1,100
A Bang & Olufsen Beovision 11-40 all black flat screen television, with motorised floor stand, BE04 remote control, and cables, purchased 12-2-2014 for £6400.00 together with a Sony BDP-S760 blu ray disc/dvd player
Sold for £1,100
A collection of blue and white delft tiles, depicting cottages, figures etc
Sold for £1,050
An 18ct yellow gold Omega keyless wound half hunter pocket watch, with an enamel dial, Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial, the exterior back plate with a coat of arms, the interior backplate inscribed “Presented to W.Bro. Vincent J. O’Brien by his initiates as token of esteem and affection 1930-1931, 4.5cm diameter, approximately 102 grams
Sold for £1,000
A diamond dress ring, set with three fancy yellow round brilliant cut diamonds, the central stone approximately 0.75 of a carat, with two others approximately 0.5 of a carat, the raised basket setting set with round brilliant cut diamonds to an 18ct white gold setting and shank, size M 1/2, approximately 11.2 grams
Sold for £980
A John Pinches set of fifty Sterling silver ingots for “1000 years of British Monarchy”, cased together with a copy of the historical commentary by Sir Arthur Bryant, published as a companion to the set

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