Auctions at London. Jewelry and Watches at Chiswick

Auctions at London. Jewelry and Watches at Chiswick
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Auctions at London. Jewelry and Watches at Chiswick

Lot 50 (est £30,000 – 40,000). A fine diamond solitaire ring

Chiswick Auctions. Hidden treasures, sparkling bright… Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 12 noon.

View the catalogue (extra lots and images are being uploaded continually until Sunday 15th March).

Discover hidden treasures and rare finds in the next Jewellery and Watches sale on 17th March 2015. An array of high quality items are available from rings, to watches, pendants, brooches and earrings.

If you got engaged on Valentine’s Day, or a proposal is in the pipeline, you might be interested in Lot 50 (est £30,000 – 40,000). A fine diamond solitaire ring, with the central Edwardian old claw set stone an impressive 5.15ct (approx) and flanked by diamond shoulders.
There is a great deal of excitement on the watch front too, with a ladies circa 1960s 18ct gold Rolex Precision dress ring, boxed on offer (Lot 34). Along with a WW2 era military issued Cyma wristwatch, stainless steel case, black dial Arabic chapter ring with sub-seconds dial, case marked ‘P22350, 27350’, later strap.

Two distinctive pieces from the Victorian era will make an appearance in the sale. Giving a real sense of the history behind them, they would make a valuable and beautiful addition to any jewellery collection.

A fine Victorian gold, opal and diamond cluster pendant / brooch, with removable pin and gold rope twist chain, fitted box will be lighting up the auction room (lot 40).

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A fine Victorian gold, opal and diamond cluster pendant / brooch (lot 40)

A Victorian gold crescent bar brooch, set with diamonds and rubies and centred with a pearl (lot 7).

**Chiswick Auctions has 12 specialist departments, based in West London the auction room was established over 20 years ago and hosts weekly specialist sales, in addition to its general sale. Successfully selling antiques, it also auctions a variety of modern items and designer goods. Chiswick Auctions is located within easy access from central London. The address is 1 Colville Road, London W3 8BL.

Auctions at London. Jewelry and Watches at Chiswick

A Victorian gold crescent bar brooch, set with diamonds and rubies and centred with a pearl (lot 7).


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