• Latest acquisitions
  • Pair of Art Nouveau 18ct gold and cabochon sapphire cufflinks, French c.1900,

  • Graduated diamond line collar necklace by Cartier, Paris, scalloped edged,

  • Belle epoque diamond garland swag and black velvet choker necklace by Cartier, Paris c.1905,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Louis XV round gold and enamel box with miniature by Jean-Baptiste-Francois Cheret, Paris 1772,

  • Empire French gold box in the form of a book, Paris 1819-1838, maker's mark for CP with an inverted 'I' symbol between,

  • Antique French gold mounted lapis lazuli rectangular snuff box by Adrien-Jean-Maximilien Vachette, Paris c.1798,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Sterling silver Armada dish by Richard Comyns, London 1969, 10'' diameter, with a double reeded line to the broad rim

  • Pair of George II silver trencher salts by Patrick Graeme, Edinburgh 1727, Assay Master Achibald Ure,

  • Queen Anne silver brandy pan by Robert Timbrell & Joseph Bell I, London 1710,

  • Cart (0)
  - Diamond pierced stripe design strap bracelet by Cartier,

You May also like

  •   - Diamond line bracelet, with 36 round brilliant cut diamond,

    Diamond line bracelet, with 36 round brilliant cut diamond,

    Details
  •   - Art Deco sapphire and diamond geometric bracelet by Cartier, Paris c.1925,

    Art Deco sapphire and diamond geometric bracelet by Cartier, Paris c.1925,

    Details
  •   - Moonstone bead and diamond and moonstone bracelet by Cartier, London,

    Moonstone bead and diamond and moonstone bracelet by Cartier, London,

    Details
  •   - Diamond and platinum line bracelet, American, box collet set with 42 round brilliant cut diamonds

    Diamond and platinum line bracelet, American, box collet set with 42 round brilliant cut diamonds

    Details
  •   - Pair of late 19th century cabochon ruby and diamond two row bracelets by Koch, German c.1895, one slightly longer than the other, attaching for wear as a choker necklace,

    Pair of late 19th century cabochon ruby and diamond two row bracelets by Koch, German c.1895, one slightly longer than the other, attaching for wear as a choker necklace,

    Details