Rolex: a gentleman's 14k. Oyster perpetual Air King wristwatch.
Sold for £2,000
A three stone diamond ring.
Sold for £14,500
Manner of Cartier:
A pair of Art Deco aquamarine and diamond earrings.
Sold for £5,800
John Fitter of Fulham:
A pair-cased clock-watch, late 17th Century.
Sold for £7,700
A honeycomb amber oval bead necklace (left), An amber bead necklace (right)
Sold for £2,000 & £2,600
Carlo Giuliano (1831-1895): a renaissance revival gold, pearl and turquoise bangle.
Sold for £2,600
A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner,
the black face with arabic and baton dial, fixed grey bezel.
Sold for £86,000
Jewellery & Watches
Our Jewellery Department handles around 3,000 lots of jewellery per year, ranging from antique to modern and contemporary jewels. Items from single pieces to whole collections can be brought in for valuation.
Our showrooms offer the ideal display and viewing facilities, with help and advice on offer for first-time engagement ring buyers through to experienced collectors and trade buyers.
The Watch Department covers a broad spectrum of modern contemporary collectors’ wristwatches through to rare and early pocket watches. Recent notable highlights include the discovery and subsequent sale of a rare Rolex Submariner wristwatch for £86,000 (a new world record) from a local estate.
All items in our catalogued sales are illustrated on the website, with sales attracting a wide variety of buyers from international bidders to London dealers and regular local private buyers. If you would like to arrange for a valuation at our offices or in the privacy of your own home, please contact us.