• Latest acquisitions
  • Antique garnet and diamond cross, each arm an oblong garnet and diamond cluster, similar circular centre, gold set, c.1860

  • Antique oval agate cameo cluster ring, of a woman of colour facing right wearing a diamond collar, diamond surround, close set in gold, c.1780

  • 19th century graduated diamond collet necklace, English c.1880,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Late 18th century French oval gold and enamel box by Jean Edme Julliot, Paris 1789,

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

  • Louis XVI rectangular cut-corner rectangular gold mounted boite a cage by Adrien-Jean-Maximilien Vachette, Paris 1783,

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  • Set of four George IV silver goblets of conical form by Benjamin Smith II, London 1824,

  • 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,

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  - Emerald and diamond three stone ring, centred by a square trap cut emerald, 1.45ct,

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