Fit for a princess…
May 4th, 2020
This beautiful Edwardian graduated diamond necklace can also be worn as a tiara. It is presented in its original box with the original tiara fitting it sold in our June auction against an auction estimate of £3500-£4000 for a staggering £10,500
Our February auction proved that rubies may also be a girls best friend…
March 3rd, 2020
Lot 347, a good quality ruby and diamond set articulated cocktail bracelet, circa 1950
possibly by Garrard, reached it’s top estimate of £3,000 whilst lot 368, a pair of diamond and natural ruby earrings saw bidding triple their bottom estimate and sell for £1,600 and lot 367, a stunning diamond and natural ruby spray brooch sold for £4,000.
February 4th, 2020
Lot 18, a 16th Century games board which had been kept under the sofa for years, was valued at £10,000-£20,000 at a recent valuation day and eventually sold for £30,000 plus premium in our February auction. It’s owner was so shocked when given the initial valuation that she literally fell off her chair!
“I saw a mouse…..”
December 18th, 2019
Lot 20, a set of four Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson lattice back dining chairs, fetched £2,300 plus premium and was the highest achieving lot of our November auction