The catalogue for our 23rd August Fine Art Sale went live on the weekend, and our top 10 most watched lots so far are:

Lot 615

19th century British School
Head and shoulder portrait of a gentleman in a wig and frock coat
Oil on canvas
74 x 58cm

Estimates: £200 – 300

Lot 128

A yellow metal signet ring, with bloodstone shield with intaglio of an eagle, size P, approximately 7.5 grams

Estimates: £200 – 300

Lot 74

A 9ct yellow gold double albert watch chain with oval and circular links with a central T bar, each link hallmarked, 46.5cm long, approximately 52 grams

Estimates: £500 – 800

Lot 132

A 9ct yellow gold bar brooch with cushion cut diamond set horseshoe, set with eleven diamonds of graduating sizes, approximately 4 grams together with a paste set yellow metal stick pin

Estimates: £100 – 150

Lot 614

Donald McIntyre
Wet Day, Anglesey
Oil on board
Howard Roberts label verso
29 x 39cm

Estimates: £600 – 1,000

Lot 630

Christopher Williams (1873-1934)
Head and shoulders portrait of a gentleman
Oil on canvas
38.5 x 28cm

Estimates: £200 – 300

Lot 222

A sword with a 64cm fullered blade, stamped Enfield, Nov 1861, the guard pierced with rectangles and triangles to a leather bound grip and scabbard, overall length in scabbard 87cm

Estimates: £200 – 300

Lot 236

A George VI Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, awarded to Thomas A Jones Esq., an officer of the Civil Division, cased with associated letters and ephemera together with a Waltham gold plated open faced keyless wound pocket watch with an enamel dial, Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary

Estimates: £200 – 300

Lot 106

A 9ct yellow gold double Albert watch chain with individually hallmarked twisted oval links, 44 cm long, approximately 50 grams

Estimates: £500 – 600

Lot 229

A Victorian South Africa medal with Witterbergen, Driefontein, Paardeberg and Cape Colony bars issued to 4980 Pte J. Lawrence 2 Sea Highrs, together with a Victorian Sudan medal issued to 4980 Pte J Lawrence 1 sea Hirs, and the Khedive’s Sudan medal 1896-1908 with The Atbara and Khartoum bars issued to 4980 Pte J Lawrence Seaforth Highrs

Estimates: £300 – 400

It will be interesting to see how this changes in the coming days!