Yesterday’s Fine Art Sale saw our Jewellery section of the sale achieve some great hammer prices for our vendors, with the Rolex, and the two Omega watches commanding the most viewings & adding to potential buyer’s wish lists.
Some of the best selling lots included:
Sold for £2,600.00 – A gentleman’s stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual superlative chronometer wristwatch, with a gilt dial and batons, case No.14203, serial number W859299, 35mm diameter on a Rolex Bi Metallic strap No.62523 H 18, with boxes and papers
Sold for £1,400 – An 18ct white gold diamond set waterfall pendant, on a rub over set diamond chain, set with round brilliant diamonds totalling 1.43cts, approximately 6.5 grams
Sold for £1,300 – A two tone yellow and rose metal and hardstone fob seal engraved with a heart with a keyhole to the centre and “VOUS AVEZ LE CLEF” on a 9ct gold mounted silk fob together with another gilt metal and hardstone fob seal engraved with a flower and “FORGET ME NOT” on a 9ct gold mounted silk fob and seven other fob seals and a yellow metal chain
Sold for £1,150 – A diamond and ruby “Allah” pendant set with four round faceted rubies two pointed oval rubies and various sized round brilliant cut diamonds to a yellow and white metal setting on a yellow metal chain, overall 46.5 grams
Sold for £1,000 – An 18ct yellow gold Gentleman’s open faced pocket watch by Ludger Kamper, the gilt dial with seconds subsidiary dial, 35mm diameter, with an insight movement on a yellow metal Albert Chain with twin bolt rings, overall approximately 56 grams
Why not have a look at the full catalogue?
20th July Fine Art Sale catalogue