• Latest acquisitions
  • Art Deco three stone sapphire and diamond ring, English c.1930,

  • Antique fancy cut sapphire and diamond cross pendant, c.1900,

  • Pair of bouton pearl and diamond cluster earrings 3.39ct & 3.01ct,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • 19th century rectangular gold and enamel box with a micromosaic view of St. Peter's Square, Rome c.1820, the box made in Hanau c.1825, maker's mark SC with arrowheads above and below in a vertical lozenge,

  • Pair of antique rectangular micromosaic panels with classical landscapes, Italian c.1810,

  • Early 19th century cut-corner rectangular gold and blue enamel box by Etienne-Lucien Blerzy, Paris c.1809-1819,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Late 18th century Dutch oval fish slice with turned wooden handle by Francois Smits, Amsterdam 1797, with crest probably for Alington,

  • Pair of George IV silver two-tier dessert stands by Paul Storr, London 1824,

  • Pair of George II silver canted rectangular trencher salts by James Stone, London 1728,

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  - Pair of George II silver canted rectangular trencher salts by James Stone, London 1728,

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