The auction catalogue has been live for a couple days, and so far, the most watched lots in the sale are pretty varied, but there are a few usual suspects in there, like jewellery, which always has a strong following in our Fine Art sales, but especially our November sale when traders and private buyers alike are looking for new sparkly items.

Here’s a random sampling of some of the top watched lots:

Lot 634 – A mid 20th century moulded glass chandelier / ceiling light with three tiers of glass panels imitating stalactites on chrome supports and pole. Estimate: £80-120
Lot 23 – A Georg Jensen silver infinity bangle No.452A, boxed together with a George Jensen silver gilt and white enamel daisy pendant. Estimate £80 – 120
Lot 100 – A Cartier diamond ring, set with a central emerald cut diamond approximately 6.5mm x 5mm flanked by two baguette cut diamonds. Estimate £3,000 – 5,000
Lot 802 – An advertising mirror for “Cleaver’s Terelene Soap, Best soap in existence for the complexion”, 95 x 96cm including frame. Estimate: £300-400
Lot 432 – A pair of Meissen two tier blue and white comports, with figural surmounts and graduated plates with pierced rims and knopped stems on a spreading foot, 40cm high underglaze blue crossed swords mark together with a pair of similar plates. Estimate: £150-300
Lot 671 – A 19th century mahogany jewellery cabinet with a hinged lid above two short and two long faux drawers and a base drawer with bone handles and escutcheons on gilt metal lions paw feet, 36cm wide x 25.5cm deep x 19cm high. Estimate: £40-60
Lot 440 – A 19th century French porcelain coffee can and saucer decorated with flowers and leaves to a thick gold rim and base, printed mark to the base. Estimate: £60 – 100
Lot 777 – A 1949 Austin Pathfinder pedal car, stamped under the seat 1 36 5 49, pressed steel body work painted red, brown leather straps to an hinged bonnet, opening to reveal dummy engine with spark plugs, red vinyl upholstery, with white painted steel wheels, black radiator and chrome bumpers, black painted fish-tail exhaust, treadle pedal action to rear, white steering wheel, outside hand brake, fitted with 12 1/2 x 2 1/4 inch Dunlop Cord balloon tyres, 156cm long. Estimate: £2,000 – 3,000
Lot 725 – A car number plate for the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, Number 187, with VIC to the left edge and the Olympic Rings, 37 x 13.5cm. Estimate £800 – 1,200
Lot 555 – Donald McIntyre
Winter farm, Deinolin
Oil on board
39 x 79.5cm
Original label verso