• 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,

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  - Gold and blue enamel panel bracelet by Boucheron, Paris,

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