• Latest acquisitions
  • 18th century triangular cut diamond twin heart cluster ring, c.1750,

  • 17th century table cut diamond and gold seven stone ring, c.1670,

  • Early 18th century emerald and enamel flower ring, c.1720,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • 18th century French agate, enamel and gold cut-corner rectangular box by Jean-Edmee Julliot, Paris 1789,

  • Louis XV oval vari-coloured gold box with trophies by Louis-Pierre Favier, Paris 1771,

  • Louis XV coloured gold rectangular boite a mouches by Joseph Etienne Blerzy, Paris 1774,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Pair of George III silver circular tea caddies engraved with Chinoiserie scenes by Thomas Heming, London 1766, in a fitted wooden container,

  • 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,

  • Cart (0)
  - Single stone cushion cut diamond ring, 4.12ct F VS1,

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