Our Christmas Jewellery, Silver and Wristwatches auction achieved fantastic results!
The highest selling lot was a striking pair of 18ct white gold diamond stud earrings, 0.75cts each. Consigned from a vendor in Lancashire, a room bidder snapped them up at £1,600!
Diamonds were popular with the room. From the same vendor, a platinum diamond solitaire ring sold for £1,450. A pair of 18ct diamond solitaire earrings, approx. 1.80 carats sold for £1,300.
A beautiful Victorian white and yellow gold coloured metal all diamond set metamorphic star brooch did well. With the central old cut diamond approx. 0.3cts, an internet bidder snapped it up at £1,100.
Consigned from a valuation day in Morland, a D.H. Chiparus (1886-1947) gilt bronze nude female on veined marble base, with engraved signature to the chipped socle, sold to the internet at £1,100.
Among the silver, a Westminster Mint fine silver kilo bar dated 1969 with certificate sold to a commission bidder at £480. A silver dressing table tray with selection of silver plate sold for £440. A Victorian white metal and gold cupid’s arrow brooch in its case sold to an internet bidder at £160.
Most valuable among the selection of Georg Jensen jewellery, a rare ‘melon’ bracelet designed by Regitze Overeaard sold to the room for £440.
Gold also did well. A 9ct gold Limit pocket watch with one hand as found sold to the room for £200. A quantity of gold coloured metal cultured pearl earrings sold to the internet at £200.
Following on our recent success in Chinese porcelain, a 19th Century blue and white moon flask did well at £700! A quantity of blue and white porcelain together with a Delft tile did well with the internet at £300. The same bidder snapped up an enamelled porcelain lidded cup for £300.
A Noritake Egyptian tea service and stand did well with the internet at £240.
A collection of Mid-Century modern British paintings unearthed in the back of a shed in Nether Wasdale, sold well. Most popular of which, an oil on canvas of Tower Bridge 1959 by David Tindle sold to the internet at £600!
A Beatie -Brown RSA oil on canvas on The River Tummel Perthshire sold to the room at £400.
Miscellaneous items did well. A quantity of various records caught the room’s interest at £190. A CSS double base was snapped up by an internet bid at £170. A Bosch series 6 washer dryer sold to the internet at £150.
Following on from our success with Bechstein pianos, a 19th Century model A upright rosewood example sold for £320.
Most popular amongst the furniture, a sleigh bed sold to the internet at £200. A triple hardwood wardrobe sold to the room at £170.
Our next auction is 11th December Toys, Collectors Gifts: From Pens to Mauchline Ware. The last #curatedbypfk auction of the year is 18th December, Our Favourites.
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We hope to see you for our next sale!