• Latest acquisitions
  • 19th century gold and cabochon garnet gothic revival bracelet and pendant clasp, English c.1850,

  • Early 20th century diamond and onyx cluster ring, French c.1915,

  • 19th century pink topaz and diamond stag beetle brooch, English c.1850,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • 18th century gold mounted engine turned agate and gem set box, German c.1770, of slightly bombe rectangular outline,

  • George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

  • Louis XVI enamelled gold and split pearl set circular box, Paris 1778,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

  • Pair of George I octagonal section candlesticks by Thomas Merry, London 1714

  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

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  - Louis XVI enamelled gold and split pearl set circular box, Paris 1778,

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