• Latest acquisitions
  • Early 20th century diamond and enamel cross pendant, French c.1905,

  • Late 19th century gold and gem set panel bracelet, French c.1890,

  • Pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earrings, the cushion cut sapphires of Burma origin,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Early 19th century rectangular gold box with diamond ship motif, by Gabriel-Raoul Morel, Paris c.1814, the date mark for the period 1809-1819,

  • George III two-colour 18ct gold oblong box by A J Strachan, London 1818,

  • George IV gold rectangular presentation box by Charles Rawlings, London 1824,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Set of four George III silver wine coasters by William Fountain, London 1799,

  • George III silver basket of round form by John Wakelin & William Taylor, London 1791,

  • Victorian silver six-piece egg cruet in the form of a basket by George Richmond Collis, Birmingham 1853, with six associated spoons by George William Adams, London 1868,

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  - Victorian silver six-piece egg cruet in the form of a basket by George Richmond Collis, Birmingham 1853, with six associated spoons by George William Adams, London 1868,

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