Next week, on Tuesday 26th May at 12 noon, we are holding a sale of
Jewellery and Watches, followed by the General sale.
One of our favourites, the Jewellery and Watches sale always adds a sparkle to the saleroom, and in the spring sunshine this week we have been almost blinded by some of the pieces. Lots 45-46 and 49-51 come from a private collection and have never been seen at auction before. Pictured here is lot 51 - a fine Art Deco 18ct diamond and foliate carved emerald double clip brooch estimated at £2,000 - £3,000.
Another 'one to watch' is lot 100, a gentleman's c.1990s 19ct gold Rolex Oyster perpetual day-date wristwatch with gilt pin stripe dial and Polish derivative day wheel. It comes complete with its original box and papers, model ref: 18238, no. E832688. Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000.
You can view the whole sale in more detail in the online catalogue.
And don't forget the General sale will follow immediately after, featuring a massive clearance from a deceased estate in Chiswick. We are over-flowing with pictures, bronzes, ceramics, works of art, collectibles and furniture.
On Tuesday this week the sale of Stamps, Coins and Banknotes went really well. The star piece was this George V £5 gold coin 1911, an extremely nice coin, good toning and lustre EF. It achieved £1,680 incl. Buyers Premium.
Coming up we have a sale of Wines and Spirits on 2nd June and Fine Art on 9th June. We will have our first ever Antiquities sale on 16th June, quickly followed by Printed Books and Manuscripts on 17th June. June is a busy month with three more sales before it finishes: Rugs on 23rd June, Historical Documents and Ephemera on 24th June and Militaria on 30th June - consignments are still welcome so do get in touch.
We accept consignments up to 3 weeks before each Specialist sale,
and every week for our General sales.
Check the sale calendar for more details.