• Latest acquisitions
  • Pair of 19th century sapphire and diamond flies, c.1870, later adapted as stud earrings, one with wings outstretched, the other with wings down,

  • Ruby and diamond floral spray brooch by Cartier, London c.1960, the largest bloom set with a cushion shaped Burma ruby, 3.24ct,

  • 18th century cushion cut diamond circular cluster ring, English c.1780,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • 18th century gold mounted engine turned agate and gem set box, German c.1770, of slightly bombe rectangular outline,

  • George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

  • Antique shell and gold mounted box, c.1740,

  • Latest acquisitions
  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

  • Pair of George I octagonal section candlesticks by Thomas Merry, London 1714

  • Victorian silver vineleaf centrepiece by S. Hunt, London 1846, stamped Hunt & Roskell, Late Storr, Mortimer & Hunt,

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Collection English
  •   - George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

    George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

    REF No. 00089 Details
  •   - Victorian 18ct gold oblong box with hunting scene by William Summers, London 1865,

    Victorian 18ct gold oblong box with hunting scene by William Summers, London 1865,

    REF No. 45867 Details
  •   - George III gold and blue guilloche enamel rectangular box by Peter Delauney and Giles Loyer, London 1795,

    George III gold and blue guilloche enamel rectangular box by Peter Delauney and Giles Loyer, London 1795,

    REF No. 45183 Details
  •   - 19th century gold mounted banded and moss agate box of casket form, English c.1820,

    19th century gold mounted banded and moss agate box of casket form, English c.1820,

    REF No. 43205 Details
  •   - Early 18th century gold mounted tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl and gold piquework oval box, English c.1720, with portrait miniature of the Duchess of Queenberry to the interior,

    Early 18th century gold mounted tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl and gold piquework oval box, English c.1720, with portrait miniature of the Duchess of Queenberry to the interior,

    REF No. 41591 Details
  •   - George I rectangular gold box by James Mayo, London 1722,

    George I rectangular gold box by James Mayo, London 1722,

    REF No. 41825 Details
  •   - George IV 18ct gold and lapis lazuli box by John Linnit, London 1828,

    George IV 18ct gold and lapis lazuli box by John Linnit, London 1828,

    REF No. 41520 Details
  •   - 18th century gold mounted rectangular agate box, English c.1760,

    18th century gold mounted rectangular agate box, English c.1760,

    REF No. 41826 Details
  •   - George II gold and bloodstone cagework egg shaped box, English c.1750,

    George II gold and bloodstone cagework egg shaped box, English c.1750,

    REF No. 41306 Details
  •   - George II cartouche-square shaped gold patch box, London c.1740

    George II cartouche-square shaped gold patch box, London c.1740

    REF No. 40388 Details
  •   - Georgian cowrie shell and gold snuff box, English, c.1730

    Georgian cowrie shell and gold snuff box, English, c.1730

    REF No. 38938 Details
  •   - 18th century circular gold and cornelian box, English or German c.1750,

    18th century circular gold and cornelian box, English or German c.1750,

    REF No. 39387 Details
  •   - George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

    George III 18ct gold rectangular box by Alexander J Strachan, London 1804,

    REF No. 89 Details