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Wednesday, 21 April, 2010

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Jewellery, Watches, Coins, Medals & Objets de Vertu (continued)

Lot Description Illustration
254
A 9CT GOLD CURB CHAIN BRACELET with engraved alternate links and match padlock catch.
Sold for £150
Not Illustrated
255
AN 18CT GOLD WEDDING BAND, an 18ct gold signet ring, a diamond set buckle ring in 18ct gold and a 22ct gold wedding band.
Sold for £390
Not Illustrated
256
A DIAMOND SET SOLITAIRE RING set with claws in 18ct gold and platinum.
Sold for £170
Not Illustrated
257
A 9CT GOLD MEDAL for the Slough and District Cricket League 1907.
Sold for £70
Not Illustrated
258
A QUANTITY OF SILVER CHARMS and a silver fob seal.
Sold for £12
Not Illustrated
259
A 9CT GOLD CURB LINK BRACELET with flattened links, a 9ct gold hinged bangle with enamelled leaf decoration, a three stone diamond ring, an emerald ring, two further rings, two gilt bracelets and a gilt necklace (9).
Sold for £320
Not Illustrated
260
A VICTORIAN CARVED OVAL AGATE CAMEO PENDANT of the head and shoulders of a lady mounted in a gold and white enamel egg and dart decoration amongst twisted wire decoration and with detachable fixings in the style of Castellani with fitted case.
Sold for £1,500
261
A VICTORIAN OVAL CAMEO depicting the resurrection of Christ mounted in an unmarked gold frame, cased.
Sold for £140
Not Illustrated
263
AN INDIAN GOLD BROOCH depicting three peacocks gem set with rubies and emeralds and with a ruby and pearl set drop.
Sold for £600
Not Illustrated
264
A 15CT GOLD PEARL SET LILY OF THE VALLEY BROOCH.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
265
A RUBY AND DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, three bead set rubies and two old cut diamonds.
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
266
AN 18CT GOLD MASONIC BADGE OF OFFICE with enamelled central plaque with ribbon and a 9ct gold badge for the friendly society (2).
Sold for £370
Not Illustrated
270
A GENTLEMANS 9CT GOLD WRIST WATCH, Rolex precision with gilt batons on a silvered dial, movement number 62160, case size 3.6cm diameter.
Sold for £550
272
A 9CT GOLD POCKET WATCH with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial by Record Dreadnought.
Sold for £160
Not Illustrated
273
A 9CT GOLD CASED BUREN GRAND PRIX POCKET WATCH with silvered dial, Arabic numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial.
Sold for £130
274
A LADIES 18CT GOLD FOB WATCH with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial, case engraved with flowers.
Sold for £200
Not Illustrated
275
A GENTLEMAN'S 14CT GOLD OMEGA AUTOMATIC WRIST WATCH with silvered dial, Arabic numerals and batons, secondhand sweep and with hold mesh strap.
Sold for £340
276
AN ARMY ISSUE EBEL WRIST WATCH with stainless steel case, enamel dial, Arabic numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial.
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
277
A ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATE JUST STAINLESS STEEL GENTLEMANS WRIST WATCH.
Sold for £450
278
A 9CT GOLD TWO COLOUR WATCH CHAIN with attached 18ct gold cigar cutter.
Sold for £130
Not Illustrated
279
AN AGATE SET OVAL MOURNING BROOCH, five further watches and various costume jewellery.
Sold for £60
Not Illustrated
280
A LADIES SILVER POCKET WATCH with white enamelled dial with gilt decoration, Roman numerals, an engraved outer case and various other watches and watch parts.
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
281
A LADIES 9CT GOLD WRIST WATCH by Tudor with white enamelled dial with Arabic movement and batons with attached gold strap.
Sold for £170
Not Illustrated
282
A BREITLING TOP TIME CHRONOMETER with silvered dial and stainless steel case.
Sold for £140
283
A SILVER CASED POCKET WATCH for Tiffany and Co., New York, top wind with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial, movement number 96402 and two further wrist watches.
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
285
A GENTLEMAN'S LONGINES CONQUEST AUTOMATIC BLACK FACE WRIST WATCH in stainless steel case with batons.
Sold for £85
Not Illustrated
286
A SILVER CASED POCKET WATCH by Nordman of Geneva with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary secondhand dial and a similar watch both with fusee movements and a gold plated pocket watch by Jones & Jones (3).
Sold for £50
Not Illustrated
287
A GEORGE III SPADE GUINEA 1798 and a further guinea 1794 both with soldered links.
Sold for £280
Not Illustrated
288
A 1980 PROOF SOVEREIGN in original case and a 1980 1/2 sovereign in original case, a gold mounted 1/2 sovereign pendant 1909, seven various crowns and a cased proof set 1983.
Sold for £310
Not Illustrated
289
A SET OF TWELVE FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with ivory handles and the blades engraved with ears of wheat in mahogany case.
Sold for £35
Not Illustrated
290
A SILVER MOUNTED CIGAR PRICKER with engine turned decoration, a pencil holder, an ivory needle case and two lighters (5).
Sold for £45
Not Illustrated
291
FOUR MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLE SILVER BLADED FRUIT KNIVES, two with decorated handles and one George III silver and mother of pearl folding picnic fork (5).
Sold for £60
292
A SILVER PROPELLING PENCIL in the form of a ladies hand and arm with inset glass seal, 1 1/2" long closed, two further propelling pencils, a quizzing glass and other item (4).
Sold for £100
Not Illustrated
293
A FOB SEAL with scroll shell and foliate decoration and inset seal engraved with an armorial, two further seals and an album of seal impressions (4).
Sold for £230
Not Illustrated
294
TWO GLASS AND GILT METAL SCENT BOTTLES, a Chinese pottery scent bottle and an enamel and gilt metal rectangular pomander with flower decoration (4).
Sold for £15
Not Illustrated
295
A MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER CHEROOT HOLDER in the form of a horse, cased, 4" long.
Sold for £15
Not Illustrated
296
AN IVORY PAGE turned of plain curved form, 16" long and a further page turned with engraved armorial, 14" long (2).
Sold for £40
Not Illustrated
297
AN IVORY TABLE LAMP carved with hunting scenes mounted on a turned wooden base, 6" high, a carved ivory cocktail stick holder depicting the Taj Mahal with twelve sticks, an ivory puzzle ball on stand and a carved ivory oxen drawn carriage (4).
Sold for £90
Not Illustrated
298
AN INDIAN IVORY BOX, oval shaped carved with working elephants amongst palm trees and with matching carved lid with a logging elephants, 5" high.
Sold for £65
Not Illustrated
300
A COLD CAST BRONZE of an Airedale dog, 3" high.
Sold for £110
301
A COLD CAST BRONZE of a Wire Fox Terrier, 4" high.
Sold for £90
302
TWO ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY FLAT BACK JUGS, shape number 1094, hand painted with flowers and gilt, 5 1/2" high and 4 1/2" high, together with a Royal Crown Derby vase of globular form, 4 1/2" high (3).
Sold for £150
Not Illustrated
303
A LEATHER CASED DAGUERREOTYPE of a seated gentleman, a similar one of a lady, a folding leather photo frame, a photo album and a further frame (5).
Sold for £30
Not Illustrated
304
A PAINTED OVAL MINIATURE of a young lady wearing a stole, painted on card and mounted in a gilt frame with leather case, a cased daguerreotype of a young child, a pair of opera glasses and a commemorative coin 1937 (3).
Sold for £25
Not Illustrated

From the Estate of the Hon. Gerald Chetwynd Talbot & Family

Lot Description Illustration
305
AN EDWARD VII SILVER CASTOR, baluster shaped with gadrooned decoration with matching stepped foot, press on pierced lid with scroll and flower decoration and frame finial, 10 1/2" high, Chester 1903 and cased for Jay's of Oxford Street, London, crested 18.5 oz troy.
Sold for £360
306
A GEORGE V BALUSTER SHAPED SILVER TANKARD on turned stepped foot with double 'C' scroll handle, 4" high (inscribed), London 1916 by Asprey & Co. Ltd.
Sold for £90
307
A SILVER TANKARD with plain baluster shaped body and cast scroll and foliate foot, 3 1/4" high, stamped Sterling and retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low (inscribed).
Sold for £70
308
A SILVER CHRISTENING MUG with two engraved panels depicting children at table saying grace and with a scrolled handle, 2 1/2" high, stamped Sterling (inscribed).
Sold for £110
309
A PLAIN CONICLE SHAPED SILVER TANKARD with handle, 4 3/4" high, Birmingham 1934 (initialled).
Sold for £80
Not Illustrated
310
AN AMERICAN COIN SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD with chased foliate decoration and plain scrolled handle, 4" high, retailed by Ball Tompkins & Black, initialled.
Sold for £55

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