Sparkling bright...jewels and gems

 On Tuesday 19th January we will be holding our
first specialist sale of the year and stepping into 2016 in style with the Jewellery and Watches auction.
It will start at 11am and be followed by the General sale.

One of the outstanding lots available is an Art Deco, white gold diamond and ruby set cartouche panel cocktail ring, lot 95. Estimate: £5,000-£6,000


95 for weekly NL


There is a wide range of affordable and beautiful pieces of jewellery across the sale  – just in time for Valentine’s Day!

View the catalogue and bid online.


Don't forget, last chance to take advantage of our EXCLUSIVE NEW YEAR OFFER


Half price commission on lots consigned
and sold in January!*


*Offer valid until 23rd January only and you must quote: NEW YEAR OFFER


We are pleased to welcome Silver and Objects of Vertu to our ever-growing premium offering here at Chiswick Auctions. This new specialist department will be led by Samuel Hill who has a great deal of experience in the area . His particular interest is in Russian Works of Art & Faberge, and Samuel is currently writing a book on the work of the Silver & Jewellery Artels of Imperial Russia.

Objects of Vertu aren’t just limited to silver and gold, the term encompasses any sort of object prized for its craftsmanship and intrinsic beauty. It could be used to refer to pieces such as gold boxes, hardstone carvings, portrait miniatures and more.

The department aims to bring you a selection of fine Silver & Objects of Vertu from around the world, with a particular focus on British, European and Russian silver, as well as European gold boxes and works by the most famous jeweller in history, Faberge.

We are currently welcoming consignments for this sale, if you have items you would like to sell, contact or call 020 8992 4442.

The inaugural Silver and Objects of Vertu sale will take place on Tuesday 22nd March.


Dates for your diary


19th January – Jewellery and Watches followed by the General sale
26th January – Stamps, Coins and Banknotes followed by the General sale
27th January – Printed Books and Manuscripts
2nd February – Antiquities and Tribal Art followed by the General sale
9th February - Ceramics and Glass followed by the General sale


View the full calendar.


If you have any items you would like to sell, please do get in touch – or call 020 8992 4442.


 You can also check the sale results of past auctions. 


Did you know we have an Asian Art blog? Read the latest post, Chinese Cinnabar Lacquer of the Early 10th Century, by our Asian Art specialist, Lazarus Halstead.


42 Asian Art for NL