DREWEATTS 2018 JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS

DREWEATTS 2018 JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS

DREWEATTS 2018 JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS

JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS DONNINGTON PRIORY | WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL 2018

DREWEATTS 2018 JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS
DREWEATTS 2018 JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS

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Once verified, clients will be able to bid in all future auctions. VIEWING Sunday 8 April: 10am – 2pm Monday 9 April: 9am – 5.30pm Tuesday 10 April: 9am – 4.30pm Day of sale: from 8.30am AUCTION Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE JEWELLERY, SILVER & PENS DONNINGTON PRIORY | WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL 2018 | 10.30am SALE NO. 14089 FOR BIDDING AND SALE INFORMATION: + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 jsw@dreweatts.com dreweatts.com SPECIALISTS: James Nicholson FGA, DGA David Rees Tessa Parry FGA, DGA Nick Mann Alexandra Francis GG Ian Pickford (Consultant, Silver) Terry Taylor MBHI (Consultant, Watches) Buyer’s premium is charged per lot at 24% of the hammer price (28.8% including VAT) up to and including £500,000, 20% (24% including VAT) of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000, and 12% of the hammer price (14.4% including VAT) in excess of £1,000,001.

Front cover: Lot 159 Inside front cover: Lot 28 Back cover: Lot 122 Catalogues £15 (£17.50 by post) 1

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Important Notices to Jewellery Buyers DAMAGE, RESTORATION, ALTERATION Although every effort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations, the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply the lot is in perfect condition and free for any such defects. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding. ENHANCEMENT Prospective bidders should be aware than many coloured gems have been historically treated by a variety of methods to improve their appearance, both in terms of colour and transparency. Rubies and sapphires are routinely heat treated, emeralds and enhanced through the use of coloured and transparent oils and resins, and jadiete is routinely stained. These treatments, and others including irradiation and coating, are generally accepted by the jewellery trade as standard practice. Although most treatments are considered to be permanent, those gemstones which have been oiled may need to be re-treated to maintain their appearance. Any such treatments affect the market value of coloured gemstones, and Dreweatts pre-sale estimates published in the catalogue assume that all gemstones, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue, may have been enhanced. Dreweatts may obtain Gemmological Reports from a recognised laboratory where appropriate detailing any enhancements, or lack of, for certain gemstones, and such reports may be obtained for prospective bidders prior to the sale, provided such requests are made at least three weeks before the sale, and that the requesting party has pre-paid for such a report. However it is not possible for Dreweatts to obtain reports for every stone offered in the sale.

In the absence of a gemmological laboratory report, it is not possible for Dreweatts to make any comment on the possibility that any gemstone in any lot may have been subject to enhancement. Dreweatts catalogue descriptions and condition reports adhere to the guidelines laid out in the ‘Blue Book’ of CIBJO, the International Jewellery Confederation. WEIGHTS All gram weights have been obtained using an electronic balance, but weights stated in the catalogue are approximate and for guidance only, and potential bidders should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

‘…approximately 1.20 carats total,…’ all such stone weights are estimated using standard equipment and formulae, and are subject to the limitations imposed by the mount. ‘…weighing 1.20 carats,…’ where the description reads as such, the stones in question have been removed from the mount and weighted using an electronic balance. SIGNATURES ‘…by Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece made by or for the jeweller, bearing relevant signatures, maker’s marks, and where appropriate, the maker’s inventory number/s. ‘…signed Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece retained by the jeweller, but not necessarily made by them. This may also mean that the piece has been mounted by the jeweler using stones supplied by the client; a special commission from a client’s design; or has been altered or later added to. COLOURED STONES OF BURMA (MYANMAR) ORIGIN Buyers should be aware that certain territories (notably the United States of America) have import restrictions on certain coloured gemstones. All gemstones that maybe of Burma (Myanmar) origin, notably rubies and jadeite, may require a certificate of origin before they can be imported. Prospective bidders for such gemstones should check with their shipper, and relevant Government authorities regarding any necessary certification prior to bidding. Whilst Dreweatts are able to suggest a number of Gemmological Laboratories for such certification, we are unable to carry out any such certification for potential bidders or buyers. DAMAGE, RESTORATION, ALTERATION Although every effort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations, the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply the lot is in perfect condition and free from any such defects. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding. All watches are serviced from time to time, and Dreweatts are unable to guarantee that the working parts of any watch movement, glass or crystal, winding crowns, watch bracelet, strap or buckle are the manufacturers’ original parts, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue description. We are unable to make any representation in our catalogue descriptions or condition reports as to the authenticty of such parts. Dreweatts are unable to make any represenation, nor make any comment on, the authenticity of diamonds, or other gemstones, set into watch dials, bezels, cases and bracelets.

Important Notices to Watch Buyers AUTHENTICATION All watch movements have been inspected by Dreweatts watchmaker and specialists, and we have verified all inventory and movement numbers. For the information of potential bidders, all inventory and movement numbers are listed in the catalogue description for the relevant lot. IMPORT/EXPORT RESTRICTIONS There maybe Import Resrictions into some territories outside the United Kingdom placed on certain watch brands, or on the importation of watches with straps composed of animal skins which may fall under CITES Regulations. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to comply with all Export/Import regulations and potential bidders are strongly recommended to check with their shipping agent as to any such regulations that may apply to any lot. Dreweatts are not shippers and are unable to offer any advice regarding such regulations. CONDITION REPORTS Dreweatts condition reports will identify whether a watch functions at the time of cataloguing, and suggest possible, but not comprehensive, restoration work that may need to be carried out for the watch to function properly. Dreweatts are unable to test watches for accuracy or running to time, and we cannot guarantee thatanywatchwillfunctionwhenpurchasedformus.

As we have examined all watch movements by removing the case backs, we cannot guarantee that water resistant watches will remain water resistant following purchase from us. Dreweatts recommend that any watch purchased from us is subsequently overhauled by a competent watchmaker to ensure proper functioning. Detailed condition reports for all lots are available from our website www.dreweatts.com, and upon direct request to the Saleroom. Please note that Dreweatts are unable to give verbal condition reports for any lot, and all condition reports will be given in writing via our website www.dreweatts.com, or by fax (fax no: 01635 553 599). Dreweatts jewellery specialists and qualified gemmologists are available during the view to answer any queries. Dreweatts are unable to offer any form of packing, dispatch or shipping services, and clients should make their own collection arrangements for purchased lots. Dreweatts are happy to suggest the services of a number of dispatch and shipping carriers.

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1 [Royal, band leader and military interest] A silver shaped circular salver by Viners, Sheffield 1945, with a raised moulded rim and on three scroll feet, engraved with the insignia of the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes and a presentation dated 31st January 1946, 31cm (12in) diameter, 872g (28.05 oz) The presentation reads To Mark the Appreciation of the Board and Executive of NAAFI of Geraldo’s Personal Contribution to the successful opening by Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth of the NAAFI club, Portsmouth, on the 31st January 1946. Portsmouth was the first NAAFI built town club and was the first to have restaurants, lounges, bars, reading and writing rooms, music and television rooms, games rooms and ballrooms. It was the first of the eight post-war NAAFI clubs designed by Ernest Martin Joseph (1877-1960) of the London architectural practice Messrs Joseph. HM The Queen was a 19-year-old heir to the throne at the time. At the opening the music in the ballroom was provided by Geraldo and his Orchestra. Gerald Walcan Bright, better known as Geraldo (1904-1974) was a leading English dance band leader.

£200-300 2 A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by Josiah Williams & Co., of Bristol, London 1893, Rd. no. 170777, the gadrooned rim with foliage at intervals, the panelled incurve with shells flanked by scroll foliage, engraved with a central vacant cartouche, on three gadrooned bordered bracket feet, 26cm (10in) diameter, 613g (19.7 oz) £180-220 3 Ω An Edwardian silver mounted tortoiseshell page turner by E. Blumenstein & Co., London 1903, with a wrythen twist and scroll foliate embossed handle, 40.5cm (16in) long £120-160 British and Foreign Silver, Electro-Plate and Allied Wares 1 2 3 4 4 A late Victorian silver three handled bowl by Horace Woodward & Co., London 1891, Rd. No. 173416, with scroll-capped triple scroll handles, wrythen moulded in two registers, on a moulded plain foot, 17cm (6 3/4in) across handles, 251g (8.05 oz) £100-150 3

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5 6 5 A Dutch silver octolobed baluster cream jug, maker’s mark FAH beneath a hammer (not traced), 1814-1953 2nd standard (.833), engraved with flowers and vacant rococo reserves, 11.3cm (4 1/2in) high; and a twin handled pedestal sugar bowl by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London date worn, with a moulded rim and girdle, on a moulded pain foot, 16cm (6 1/4in) across handles, 410g (12.2 oz) gross (2) £100-150 6 A George IV silver fiddle pattern fish slice by William Chawner II, London 1826, 30.5cm (12in) long, 137g (4.4 oz) £80-120 7 A George III old English pattern straining spoon by Charles Hougham, London 1792, 29cm (11 1/2in) long, 123g (3.95 oz) £100-150 7 8 A matched silver old English feather edge table service, various George III to George V makers and dates, various initials, monograms and crests, comprising: Twelve table forks Twelve table spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve dessert spoons Ten tea spoons A sauce ladle; Together with two late George III old English pattern table spoons by Peter & William Bateman, London 1806 and 1808, monogrammed, 2933g (94.3 oz) gross £1,500-2,000 8 4 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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9 A matched pair of silver tapering cafe au lait pots by Garrard & Co. Ltd., London 1907 and 1916, with baluster finials to the ogee domed covers, scroll thumb pieces and wood loop handles, 21cm (8 1/4in) high, 1216g (39 oz) gross £400-600 9 10 11 10 A pair of Art Deco silver straight-tapered cafe au lit pots by Ernest W. Haywood, Birmingham 1934, with coloured composition finials and leaf-capped angular handles, 19cm (7 1/2in) high; and a straight-tapered hotwater pot by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1922, with a wicker covered S-scroll handle, 21.5cm (8 1/2in) high, 1188g (38.2 oz) gross (3) £200-300 11 Asprey, a bottle of whisky and a silver tumbler by Asprey Plc, London 1995, the beaker plain and swollen, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) high, 163g (5.2 oz); the whisky Cutty Sark for Berry Brothers & Rudd, Discovery, 18 years old, 43%, 70cl, in an Asprey fitted red case, in an Asprey card box £200-300 5

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12 A George IV silver fiddle pattern gravy spoon by William Bateman I, London 1824, engraved with a script L, 29.5cm (11 3/4in) long, 148g (4.75 oz) £80-120 13 A silver octagonal shaped entrée dish, cover and handle by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1936, with moulded borders and engraved 1939 and 1964, 28.5cm (11 1/4in) long, 1610g (51.75 oz) £400-600 14 A late Victorian silver shaped circular waiter by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1896, with a raised moulded border, on three pad feet, 15cm (6in) diameter, 176g (5.65 oz) £70-100 15 An Art Deco silver hotwater pot and sugar basin by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1934-35 (jubilee marks), the hotwater pot with a brown composition finial and angular handle, 19.5cm (7 3/4in) high, 748g (24.05 oz) gross £150-200 12 13 14 15 6 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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16 A hammered silver footed sugar bowl by Guild of Handicraft (George Henry Hart), London 1957, circular with a notched everted rim and foot rim, 11.3cm (4 1/2in) diameter, 239g (7.7 oz) £100-150 17 A collection of small silver, comprising: a waved rim vase by E. S. Barnsley & Co., Birmingham 1918, 20.5cm (8 1/2in) high, loaded; a William IV fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Eley, Fearn & Chawner, London 1814, with a shell bowl; a small vase, Birmingham 1976, 10cm (4in) high, loaded; a five bar toastrack, Sheffield 1945; an octofoil sweet basket by Suckling Ltd, Birmingham 1958; a silver mounted glass box by Stuart Clifford & Co., London 1924, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long; a rectangular snuff box in Regency style by Robert Chandler, Birmingham 1911, 8cm (3in) long; a christening spoon by Garrard & Co., London 1958, initialled, in a Garrard box; a Britannia standard rose terminal spoon by Garrard & Co., London 1977 (jubilee mark), in a Garrard box; and a set of six tea spoons, Birmingham 1929, in a case, 367g (11.8 oz) weighable Please see illustrations on our website £150-200 18 Ω A Victorian cut glass salad bowl with a silver rim and a pair of servers by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1889, each engraved with a monogram MEA, the bowl 24cm (9 1/2in) diameter, the servers with ebony handles 26.5cm (10 1/4in) long £80-120 19 A silver oval entrée dish and cover by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1933, with twin fixed loop handles, nulled rims and bands, 28cm (11in) across handles, 1259g (40.45 oz) £300-500 20 A silver twin handled trophy cup by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1927, with leaf-capped handles, an undulating rim and on a moulded circular pedestal base, engraved Turks Head RFC Cresta Run Cup and various winners, 208.5cm (11in) across handles, 874g (28.1 oz), with an ebonised socle £220-280 16 18 20 19 7

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21 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular three piece tea service by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1906-07, the tea pot with a black composition oblong finial and handle, 27cm (10 1/2in) long, 1106g (35.55 oz) gross £300-400 22 A Continental silver baluster caster, shield mark and 830, circa 1900, with a bud and calyx finial to the ogee domed cover, embossed with flower swags on a wrythen moulded ground, 16cm (6 1/4in) high, 120g (3.85 oz) £80-120 21 22 23 23 A late Victorian silver fish and dessert table service by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1897, engraved with a monogram FHS, comprising: The following with pistol grips: Eighteen fish knives Eighteen fish forks A pair of fish servers; The following in foliate engraved pattern: Eighteen dessert knives Eighteen dessert forks; The following in a foliate engraved dognose pattern: Four dessert serving spoons, 23cm (9in) long Two spoons, 18.5cm (7 1/4in) long, In a walnut and brass mounted canteen box £800-1,200 8 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

27 24 25 26 24 A Victorian silver gilt shaped oval bowl by William Comyns & Sons, London 1890, with a chased floral and C-scroll border, the body with pierced decoration and chased with ribbons, 28cm (11in), 361g (11.6 oz) long, in a fitted case £200-300 25 A pair of American silver coloured candlesticks by Black, Starr & Frost, stamped Sterling, with circular sconces, vase shaped capitals, tapering stems and on circular moulded spreading bases, 22cm (8 1/2in) high, loaded; and an American silver coloured dish by Howard & Co., stamped sterling, with a beaded border and a pierced scroll band, on four ball feet, 18cm (7in) long, 124g (3.98 oz) weighable £100-150 26 An Italian silver coloured mounted rectangular inkstand, stamped 800 only, circa 1920, the two glass cube inkwell with bird finials to the domed covers, a box between, the base with a penrest and engraved decoration, 30cm (11 3/4in) long, loaded; a matching desk dish en suite, stamped 800 only, with a clear glass liner, 12.5cm (5in) long, loaded; and a dip pen? en suite £150-250 27 An Italian silver oil and vinegar frame, maker’s mark IV (not traced), 1824-1872 Kingdom of Sardinia .800 standard, the central loop handle on a baluster shaft, the pierced bottle holders with winged monopodia supports, the rectangular base with a pierced apron, on four palmette and paw feet, 29.5cm (11 3/4in) high, 572g (18.4 oz) £200-300 9

29 A pair of old Sheffield plate five light four branch candelabra, unmarked, circa 1820, with a detachable cone finial, shaped square sconces and drip trays, curved branches, the shaped square baluster bases with replete foliage, 54.5cm (21 1/2in) high £300-500 28 29 28 A transitional electro-plated oval soup tureen, cover and finial, unmarked, circa 1850, the finial formed with two oval cartouches accolly to back and front, a double domed cover, a gadrooned rim, two foliate loop handles, the ball-and-claw feet issuing from bold foliage, 36cm (14in) long Provenance: the barons, later comtes, van den Steen de Jehay. The arms of van den Steen de Jehay and van Lichtervelde for Victor van den Steen de Jehay (1822-1912) and Victorine Marie Ghislaine van Lichtervelde (1825-1871).

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Please see the illustrations on our website for lots 30-42 Together with the following with steel blades and xylo handles by Francis Newton & Sons, Sheffield: Twelve table knives A three piece carving set, In an oak canteen box by Francis Newton & Sons, Sheffield, with two knife rests £200-300 35 An Italian silver coloured shaped oval box, stamped 800 only, the cover chased and engraved with foliate and floral decoration, on four ball feet, 14cm (5 1/2in) long, with a velvet lining; and an Italian mounted clock, silvered dial signed Oris, Arabic numerals, blued steel hands, the case engraved with foliate decoration, 14.5cm (5 3/4in) long; four napkin rings, a cast spoon (broken); etc £150-250 36 [Golf] Nineteen silver tea spoons, including: a set of six by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, the terminals with crossed clubs and a ball, in a box; two with enamelled terminals, most with initials of Golf Clubs, 264g (8.5 oz) gross £80-120 37 Ω [Golf] Six paper knives engraved with golfers or golfing scenes, comprising: Victorian silver blade with mother of pearl handle by G. Deakin & Co., Sheffield 1852; silver blade with ivory handle by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1925; silver blade with bone handle by Alexander Clark & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1925; silver with mother of pearl handle by John Sanderson & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1936; and two with steel blades and xylo handles £70-100 38 [Golf] Five silver small trophies, comprising: an unusual Edwardian bowl by William Comyns, London 1904, with crossed clubs over a ball applied to the base, on three ball feet, engraved Willingdon Golf Club, May 1904, 9.3cm (3 5/8in) diameter; a miniature punch bowl by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1910, engraved Epsom Golf Club Brooks Memento Scratch- Won By E.A. Field Oct. 1911, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) diameter; a twin handled cup by S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1929, presentation engraved, on an ebonised socle; a goblet applied with crossed clubs by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1933, embossed Dunlop (probably to hold a golf ball after a hole-in-one), on an ebonised socle; and an octofoil bowl, engraved C.L.G.C Eclectic Cup 1953, 7.5cm (3in) £100-150 39 A Spanish silver rounded rectangular card case by Pedro Duran, Madrid 1893, French swan import marks, embossed and pierced with an overall design of pine cones and scrolls within shaped lozenge reserves, 9cm (3 1/2in) long; and two Continental vesta cases, post 1893 French weevil import marks, one plain and inset with oval cabochon sapphires; the other with a linear design and a slow match wick (3) £60-80 40 A small group of silver, comprising: four circular dwarf candlesticks by Roberts & Dore, Birmingham 1976, 6cm (2 3/8in) high, loaded; a set of four kidney shaped napkin rings by William Devenport, Birmingham 1928, engine turned and initialled; two rat-tail pattern table spoons by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1937; and a late Victorian engraved old English pattern christening spoon and fork by Mark Willis, Sheffield 1898, in a leather covered case, 300g (9.65 oz) weighable £100-150 41 A matched set of George III silver parcel gilt later decorated tea spoons, all bottom- marked with town and maker only, five illegible, three by Charles Hougham, one by Henry Bailey, one by Samuel Pemberton and one by James Tookey, 101g (3.25 oz), in a case from W. H. Skinner, 120 The Parade, Leamington £60-80 42 Ω A cased silver mounted eight piece travelling dressing table set by Collett & Anderson, London 1934, comprising: three brushes, a tortoiseshell comb and four glass jars with silver covers, all with engine turned decoration, 53g (1.7 oz) weighable £80-120 30 Ω A collection of electro-plated items, to include: a pair of three light candelabra, with foliate chased circular sconces, twin reeded scroll branches, tapering stems and on circular bases, 47.5cm (18 3/4in) high; a shaped oval swing handled pedestal basket; a baluster Thermos jug, with angular handle; a smaller Thermos jug; two oblong entrée dishes and covers; a meat skewer; a mother of pearl handled pen knife; together with other electro-plated items £100-150 31 A silver plated large water bottle, stand and bowl by Calegaro, Italy, of recent manufacture, 50cm (19 3/4in) high, in a Fitaihi, Saudi Arabia box £30-50 32 Ω A collection of small of silver, comprising: an hexagonal capstan inkwell by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1922; six fiddle pattern dessert spoons by Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1935; an engraved old English sugar sifting spoon by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1899; a rounded rectangular cigarette case, Chester 1906, later presentation engraved; a fiddle pattern sugar tongs by John Stone, Exeter 1852; and a wine pourer, Birmingham 2000, 512g (16.45 oz) weighable £120-180 33 Ω A silver and tortoiseshell mounted circular box by W. G. Sothers Ltd., Birmingham 1922, the tortoiseshell cover inlaid with husk and ribbon decoration, on three pad feet, 8.5cm (3 1/4in) diameter, with a velvet liner; a small silver trophy cup by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1911, engraved with a monogram, on a circular pedestal foot, 9cm (3 1/2in) high; together with a collection of electro-plated items, to include: a shaped rectangular entrée dish, cover and handle, a shaped oval pierced basket; two shaped circular bowls; a set of four egg cups and a stand; and other items, 30g (0.99 oz) weighable £50-70 34 An electro-plated old English pattern table service by Toye & Co., Sheffield, comprising: Six table spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve dessert spoons Two sauce ladles A soup ladle; 11

51 50 49 43 44 45 46 No Lot 47 An Edwardian silver novelty ring box by Clark & Sewell, Birmingham 1907, Rd. No. 430769, formed as a coal scuttle, the hinged slope embossed in the five cherub heads in clouds pattern, 3.8cm (1 1/2in) high £80-120 48 A French silver gilt mounted enamelled clear glass bowl, apparently no maker’s mark, 1st standard, circa 1930, circular with twin loop handles, enamelled with oranges in swags, pendent grapes and a basket filled with oranges and grapes, 7.7cm (3in) high £200-300 49 A silver model of the Mary Rose by St. James House Company, Birmingham 1982, mounted on a marble base with a silver plaque, 15cm (6in) long, with a wood stand £100-150 50 A pair of copies of Dutch silver miniature or toy candlesticks, spurious Amsterdam town mark and the maker’s mark of Arnoldus van Geffen, later tax? marks, in a turned design on octagonal bases, 5.5cm (2 1/8in) high Arnoldus van Geffen was active from 1728 to 1769.

£100-200 43 A pair of late Victorian silver mounted ebonised hardwood nut crackers by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield 1891, circular with screw-in threads, 6.2cm (2 1/2in) diameter, in a case from W. H. Skinner, St Leonards-on-Sea £150-200 47 48 Small Silver and Objects of Vertu 44 A Victorian silver novelty vesta case cum lighter, maker’s mark mis-struck, Birmingham 1871, of horseshoe form to both sides, the centre engine turned and with a vacant oval cartouche, the top hinged to reveal the base metal striking plate, the side to be threaded with a wick operated by a spoked wheel, engraved with a monogram, 5cm (2in) long £100-150 45 [Golf] A boxed set of two pin dishes or ashtrays, one in copper, the other silver by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1937, each embossed with a lady golfer and The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post Tournament for Lady Golfers, 10cm (4in) diameter, in the original packaging with paperwork for the 1939 tournament £60-80 51 Three silver miniature or toy copy items, comprising: a twin handled bowl, spurious Amsterdam town mark and indistinct maker’s mark, 19th century French import marks, 8.3cm (3 1/4in) across handles; a twin handled footed bowl, spurious maker’s mark? J, later Dutch import mark; and a twin handled and twin lipped sauce boat, spurious Amsterdam town mark and the maker’s mark of Arnoldus van Geffen, later tax? mark, 5cm (2in) long £100-200 12 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

53 56 57 58 55 An Austrian silver parcel gilt, gem set and banded agate oblong tazza, Vienna late 19th century, the bowl with an engraved and garnet inset rim, a foliate chase calyx beneath, the stem with four foliate scrolls and supported by four winged grotesque heads, the platform base resting on four tortoise feet, 12.5cm (5in) high £600-800 55 54 52 No Lot 53 Ω A letter opener and four desk seals, comprising: a banded agate handled gilt brass paper knife, circa 1900, 26cm (10in) long; a silver mounted ivory desk seal, possibly Austro-Hungarian, circa 1900, carved with the bust of a young lady, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long; an ivory handled desk seal carved with the bust of a man wearing a cap, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long; an embossed silver example by Matthew John Jessop, Birmingham 1903 and one in plain silver by G. H. James Ltd, Birmingham 1914? (5) £200-300 56 A Continental silver mounted banded agate scent bottle, late 19th century, with scroll and foliate embossed mounts, the stone fluted, 10cm (4in) high £100-150 57 An aventurine quartz canted rectangular bell push, possibly Russian, early 20th century, 5.8cm (2 1/4in) long; and an aventurine and pewter desk seal, the matrix with a monogram, 8.5cm (3 3/8in) long (2) £150-250 54 Two Italian silver parcel gilt models of tropical fish, apparently no maker’s marks, .800 standard, mid 20th century, each on rock crystal specimen bases, 6cm (2 1/2in) high; and a lapis lazuli veneered octagonal section table lighter, 9cm (3 1/2in) high (3) £200-300 58 A rare pair of Martin’s Margin spectacles, stamped 36BM?, circa 1750, steel with horn inserts or margins around the glass lenses, the temple hinges with raised slotted screws, the straight arms with ring ends Benjamin Martin was a London mathematician, instrument and spectacle maker and is credited with making the first eyeglasses that corrected vision in addition to being a reading aid. Martin made his visual glasses which had reduced aperture lenses by way of the thick horn margin and in which the lens tilted inwards so that the axes of the eye converged on the object of regard. This optical innovation with its extremely distinctive appearance became known as Martin’s Margins. £120-160 13

A Collection of Scent Bottles, Part I 60 A Victorian silver mounted amethyst flash cut glass scent bottle, unmarked, mid 19th century, with a scroll flowering foliate rounded hinged cover, the oblong section bottle deeply cut, 10cm (4in) high £150-250 61 A Victorian silver mounted amber cut glass scent bottle, unmarked, mid 19th century, with a lobed and punch beaded rounded pull-off cover, the oblong section bottle deeply cut, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) high £100-150 59 A Victorian silver mounted ruby flash cut glass scent bottle, unmarked, mid 19th century, with a scroll foliate rounded hinged cover, a push thumbpiece, the oblong section bottle deeply cut, 9cm (3 1/2in) high £150-250 62 A Victorian silver mounted dark green cut glass scent bottle, unmarked, mid 19th century, with a scroll foliate rounded hinged cover, the oblong section bottle facet cut, 9cm (3 1/2in) high £100-150 14 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

65 Three late Victorian silver mounted coloured glass scent bottles, one late Victorian cranberry by Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1891, with a plain rounded screw cover and monogrammed, the cylindrical bottle facet cut, 6cm (2 3/8in) high; the second blue, unmarked, with a scroll embossed hinged cover, the oblong section bottle facet cut, 7cm (2 3/4in) high; the third blue, unmarked, with a scroll embossed hinged cover, the oblong section bottle cross cut, 7cm (2 3/4in) high (3) £120-160 63 A Victorian silver mounted cranberry glass scent bottle by Miller Brothers, Birmingham 1895, with a flower embossed rounded hinged cover, the cylindrical bottle facet cut, 7cm (3in) high £100-150 64 Two late Victorian silver mounted coloured glass scent bottles, one apple green, stamped SILVER, with a plain rounded screw cover, the oblong section bottle deeply cut, 7.5cm (3in) high; the second amethyst, unmarked, with a plain hinged cover, the oblong section bottle deeply and slice cut, 7.5cm (3in) high (2) £120-160 65 15

66 70 67 68 71 69 72 A Collection of Card Cases, Part IV 66 Ω Eight various rectangular card cases, various dates 19th and 20th century, including: tortoiseshell veneered; mother of pearl and tortoiseshell; mother of pearl, abalone and tortoiseshell; one brass and black lac; one leather; and three various early 20th century plastic (bakelite and casein) £120-160 67 An Edwardian silver rectangular envelope form card case by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1906, Rd. No. 428858, hammered overall with a vacant roundel to the side hinged flap, green silk lined, with a chain and suspension ring, 10cm (4in) long £100-150 68 Two late 19th century Indian silver rectangular card cases, unmarked, both slip top, one Kashmiri and chased with a Paisley design of boteh to each side, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long; the smaller with flowering plants to each side, 8cm (3in) long (2) £100-150 69 An American silver rounded rectangular card case by Whiting Manufacturing Co., New York, circa 1883, with a basket weave design overall;, the front applied with a reserve engraved with a monogram and dated 25th December 1883, with a suspension chain, 10cm (4in) long £100-150 70 Ω Three Victorian mother of pearl rectangular card cases, lozenge veneered, panelled and bird and flower engraved, two with ivory edging and one tortoiseshell, two 10.5cm (4in) long, one 8.5cm (3 1/4in) long £100-150 71 Three marquetry or parquetry rectangular card cases, all late 19th/early 20th century, the first in olive wood with a marquetry roundel of the Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, titled Ierusalem to a banner above; the reverse with a temple ruin on a mound and L.E.G. incised, 87.7cm (3 3/8in) long; and two parquetry examples, in various woods, each approx. 10cm (4in) long (3) £120-160 72 Ω A Victorian shaped rectangular mother of pearl card case, mid 19th century, carved with a central panel of a young man and woman in a tropical landscape, the reverse plain, with ivory edging, 10cm (4in) long £100-150 16 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

73 74 75 77 76 78 73 A silver coloured card case of satchel form, stamped Sterling and 35, only, probably American, dated 1882, with monogrammed and dated oval reserves on a scroll foliate and matted ground, within floral arcaded borders back and front, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long, with a suspension chain £80-120 74 Two silver filigree rectangular card cases, 1899-1908 Russian import mark, probably Indian, circa 1900, with a flower on a scroll ground, within a meander border to back and front,8.7cm (3 1/2in) long; another, unmarked, possibly by Dirksen Silver Filigree Company, engraved Hattie, 9cm (3 1/2in) long (2) £120-160 75 Ω Three Victorian rectangular mother of pearl card cases, all with ivory edging, the first side-opening and lozenge veneered, the front engraved with a butterfly and flower, silk lined with paper pockets, 10.8cm (4 1/4in) long; the second lozenge veneered, 10cm (4in) long; the last with a central panel carved with a bunch of flowers, the reverse plain, 9.3cm (3 5/8in) long (3) £120-160 76 Ω A mid Victorian mother of pearl rectangular card case, engraved with an exterior view of the Crystal Palace on a ground scattered with foliage and titled Building for the Great Exhibition in 1851 in an oval reserve, the reverse engraved with central floral spray and scattered foliage, with ivory edging 10.7cm (4 1/4in) long £200-300 77 Two silver card cases and two sleeves, the first case Edwardian curved rectangular and hammered by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1901, engraved with a crest, 8.2cm (3 1/4in) long; the second rounded rectangular by W. H. Haseler Ltd, Birmingham 1920, the front applied with crossed golf clubs, 8cm (3 1/8in) long; the first sleeve, maker’s mark worn, London 1912, with an oval aperture to the front, 6.7cm (2 5/8in) long; the last by Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1913, open to back and front, 6.8cm (2 7/8in) long (4) The crest on the first for BISHE, DEYCOURT, DUNNAGE, EARDLEY, GRIGGS, HUGGINGS, PANTON, SHEIRCLIFF and SHIERCLIFFE. £100-150 78 An American silver shaped rectangular castle top card case by Leonard & Wilson, Philadelphia, circa 1850, embossed with a gothic chapel, a tree and flowering foliage, a hillside fort above a bridge verso, engraved J.C.C. to the lower edge, 9cm (3 1/2in) long, 58g (1.85 oz) £120-160 Another vendor 17

79 Ω Two Queen Anne or George I ivory mounted malacca walking sticks, early 18th century, the first with a baluster grip with simple linear decoration and a now filled lanyard aperture and a brass collar below, the stained malacca shaft with metal ferrule, 93.5cm long; the second with a rounded knop, a lanyard aperture and a metal ferrule, 91.5cm long £300-500 Walking Sticks 82 Ω Four various walking sticks, the first Chinese sectional bone, early 20th century, with a hardwood rounded knop, incised with dragon fish, bamboo and pines, rubber ferrule, 87.5cm long; the second with a silver coloured handle, early 20th century, ribbed and embossed with flowers and foliage, on a hardwood shaft, 82cm long; and two ivory mounted examples (4) £200-300 84 A silver mounted walking stick by W. I. Broadway & Co., Birmingham 1981, the handle modelled with a fox with a pheasant in its mouth, with a hardwood shaft and a later rubber ferrule, 96.5cm (38in) long £100-150 80 Ω An Indian bone veneered walking stick, 20th century, the shaft gilt and polychrome painted with flower and trellis overall design, a brass screw thread and ferrule, 88cm long; another probably Indian, 20th century, in carved and line inlaid hardwood, with a stylised hoof handle, mother of pearl leaf inlay, the ferrule lacking, 94cm long (2) £100-150 81 Four silver coloured mounted walking sticks, mainly early 20th century, the silver gilt example stamped 800, probably Italian, ribbed and embossed with flowers, the hardwood shaft with a steel ferrule; the others unmarked, the first 89.5cm long (4) £200-300 83 Six various walking sticks, the first circa 1900, the handle of plain curved horn, the shaft of sectional multicoloured horn and a steel ferrule, 89cm long; the second with a cast aluminium dog’s head handle,91cm long; another all bamboo; and others (6) £120-160 18 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

85 A Continental electro-plated steel mounted walking stick, probably French, circa 1900, the handle modelled as a hound’s head, engraved L.R., the shaft of sectional multicoloured horn and a steel ferrule, 84cm (33in) long £100-150 88 Ω A Continental ivory mounted gadget walking stick, circa 1900, the ivory handle with a white alloy collar unscrewing to reveal a corkscrew, the malacca shaft with a later rubber ferrule, 89cm (35in) long £100-150 89 Five various walking sticks, including: an Edwardian silver mounted bamboo by E. Blumenstein & Co., London 1906?; a Sunday club example, the handle leather covered, on a cane shaft; a sword stick, the white alloy rounded pommel with the insignia of the United Arab Emirates, circa 1971-2008; two others; and a stag antler and silver mounted black umbrella, worn London marks, ownership inscribed and dated June 1905 (6) £100-150 86 An electro-plate mounted gadget walking stick, circa 1900, the handle modelled as a pig vesta case, its head hinging down with a striking plate, on a bamboo shaft with a metal ferrule, 91.5cm (36in) long £150-250 87 Ω A Continental horn and ivory mounted walking stick, possibly Black Forest, late 19th century, the handle carved as a bull’s head with ivory horns and collar, two-colour glass eyes, on a lacquered wood shaft with a later rubber ferrule, 91cm (36in) long £100-150 19

Icons 90 A 19th century Russian icon of St George with the dragon, tempera on panel, 31cm x 24.5cm (12in x 9 3/4in) £300-500 91 A 19th century Russian icon of the Descent into Hell with twelve Church Feasts, tempera on panel, 35cm x 30.5cm (13 1/2in x 12in) £250-350 92 A 19th century icon of St Veronica, the Veil to the border above, tempera on panel, 31cm x 25.5cm (12 1/4in x 10in) £100-200 93 A 19th century Russian icon of the Ascent of Elijah, tempera on panel, 30.5cm x 25.5cm (12in x 10in) £200-300 20 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

94 A 19th century Russian icon of the Finding of John the Baptist’s Head, tempera on panel, 21.5cm x 17cm (8 1/2in x 6 3/4in) £200-300 95 A 19th century Russian icon of the Resurrection with twelve Church Feasts, tempera on panel, 31cm x 26cm (12 1/4in x 10in) £100-200 96 A late 19th century Russian icon of the Virgin and Child, tempera on panel, 23.5cm x 16cm (9 1/4in x 6 1/4in) £100-200 97 A late 19th century provincial Orthodox icon of the Virgin, tempera on panel, 29cm x 20.5cm (11 1/2in x 8in) £50-100 21

Please see the illustrations on our website for lots 98-106 101 Mary Pownall (1862-1937), an oval plaster relief plaque a young lady, shoulder length in profile, signed and dated 1914?, 14cm x 10.5cm, in an oval wooden frame; English School (circa 1835), a silhouette portrait of a lady, painted on card, 8.5cm x 6cm, in a gilt and ebonised frame; and a Bois Durci circular portrait plaque entitled Victoria Queen of England, moulded mark verso, 11cm diameter (3) Pownall studied in Frankfurt in 1896 and in Paris from 1897 to 1898 where she tutored by Auguste Rodin. She then studied in Rome from 1898 to 1901. In 1902 she married Alfred Bromet, a barrister, but she continued to use her maiden name for her work. In 1935 she wrote an illustrated autobiography, Response, under the name Mary Pownall Bromet. Her works include one of Edward Villiers, 5th Earl of Clarendon, first mayor of Watford, the Harpy Celaeno (Kelvingrove Art Gallery, 1902) and Watford War Memorial, Watford Town Hall (unveiled 1928).

£80-120 102 Two needlework evening bags, early 20th century, the first with a French silver frame, apparently no maker’s mark, 1838-1972 .800 standard, cast with baskets of fruit and flowers, the bag with the Princess and the Frog; the second with a gilt metal part-pierced frame, the bag with figures and animals amidst flowers (2) £40-60 103 Ω Two unusual early/mid 19th century miniature magnifying glasses, in ivory and in bone, with convex lenses, 4.3cm and 5.5cm long; one with a non matching leather covered case £60-80 104 A Stobwasser lacquer rectangular cigar case, circa 1820, painted Stobwasser Fabrik in Braunschweig and indistinctly titled, painted with a lady with a hand mirror within a panel, on a black ground, 12.5cm (5in) long £60-80 105 Ω An Australian burra bean vesta case and three snuff boxes, the vesta with plated mounts and applied with a shield engraved AE to GB; the snuff boxes in horn and tortoiseshell, one also with ivory, the largest 9.3cm (3 5/8in) long (4) £60-80 106 Ω A set of twelve mother of pearl caviar knives, circa 1930, in a case from The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd £60-80 98 Ω A George III silver mounted tortoiseshell oval quizzing glass, unmarked, 7cm (2 3/4in) long closed; a copy portrait miniature of a fair- haired young lady in late 18th century style, circa 1900, mounted in the cover of an ivory bonbonniere box, 8.5cm (3 5/8in) diameter; and a lacquered brass and steel folding field microscope, with a turned ivory handle (3) £150-250 99 Two 19th century folding lorgnettes, both unmarked, one in gold the other silver, 6cm and 6.5cm (2 1/2in) long £70-100 100 Ω A collection of objects, including: a late Victorian silver and mother of pearl fruit knife by Thomas Marples, Sheffield 1899; a silver mounted steel penknife, stamped Sterling only; a silver swizzle stick, Birmingham 1982; a silver heart shaped pill box, import marked for London 1993; a silver parcel gilt fob medallion, Birmingham 1919; and other items £70-100 22 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

Pens 107 Platinum, Autumn, a maki-e fountain pen by Rosui, circa 1930, the black lacquer cap and barrel with togidashi and takamaki-e autumnal landscape, the nib stamped 14K, with a lever filling system, signed Rosui with red kao mark, 13.9cm long Illustrated in ‘Fountain Pens of the World’, by Andreas Lambrou, page 378/379 £2,000-3,000 23

108 Parker, 17, a blue fountain pen, the blue cap and barrel with a single cap band, inked; a further Parker, 17, blue fountain pen; three Parker, 17, Lady, fountain pens; and a Parker, 17, green pencil £80-120 109 Parker, Arrow, a black fountain pen, with a brushed black cap and barrel, inked; together with a matching rollerball, ballpoint and pencil, in a burgundy case £70-100 110 Parker, three green fountain pens, the caps with arrow clips, hooded nibs, each with a Parker box; Parker, a blue fountain pen; and a gold plated ballpoint pen £60-80 111 Parker, Duofold, a black fountain pen, the black cap and barrel with an engraved cap band, the nib stamped 14K, inked; together with five further black Parker fountain pens £100-150 24 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

112 Montblanc, Meisterstuck, a black desk stand with pen holder, the rectangular base with a swivel pen holder, 12 x 8cm £100-150 113 Waterman, a black fountain pen, the cap with gilt clip and double cap band, the extra fine nib stamped 18K 750, cartridge filling system, inked, with a Waterman box, guarantee booklet and cartridge convertor £70-100 114 Parker, a cased black fountain pen and propelling pencil set, the fountain pen with a gilt metal arrow clip and triple cap band, the barrel engraved with a monogram above Ongar residential school 1909 - 1035, the nib stamped 14K, with plunger filling system, the pencil conforming; Parker, Duofold, a black fountain pen, the cap with suspension loop and triple cap band, the barrel engraved with a monogram, piston filling system; together with four other Parker pens £150-250 115 Mabie, Todd & Co., Swan, a safety screw cap black fountain pen, the black cap and barrel with a repousse cap band, inked £60-80 116 Swan, Mabie, Todd & Co. Ltd., Eternal, a brown lacquer fountain pen, the cap with gilt metal clip and cap band, the nib stamped 14CT, with a lever filling system, inked £70-100 115 116 25

118 A collection of fountain pens and propelling pencils, to include: Parker, Duofold, a black lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a gilt cap band, the nib stamped 14K, with a piston filling system, inked; Conway Stewart, 388, a green marbled lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a clip and triple cap band, the nib stamped 14CT, with a lever filling system; two other fountain pens; a silver propelling pencil, hallmarked Birmingham 1976, with engine turned decoration and a rectangular shaped vacant reserve; and three other propelling pencils £70-100 117 A collection of pens, to include: Parker, 17, a blue lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a gilt metal arrow clip and cap band, hooded nib, with a cartridge filling system, inked; Conway Stewart, 85, a blue marbelled fountain pen, the cap with a gilt metal clip and cap band, the nib stamped 14CT, with a lever filling system, inked; together with other fountain pens and four ballpoint pens £50-80 26 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

119 Parker, Duofold, a black lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a gilt metal arrow clip and cap band, the nib stamped 14K, with aerometric filling system, inked; and a Parker, Vacumatic, a brown lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a gilt metal arrow clip and double cap band, the nib stamped 14K, with a piston filling system, inked £30-50 122 Aurora, Asia, a fountain pen and ballpoint pen, in green and orange marbled resin, the nib stamped 18k, in an Aurora case with ink pot and paperwork, uninked £200-300 120 A silver propelling pencil by William Suckling Ltd., Birmingham 1936, with a twist mechanism; and a rolled gold propelling pencil, with engine turned decoration and a rectangular shaped vacant reserve £50-80 123 Pineider, a brown lacquer fountain pen, no. 378/1000, the cap with gilt metal clip and cap band, with cartridge filling system, uninked, with a Pineider wooden box, guarantee certificate and outer card packaging £80-120 121 Parker, an 18 carat gold fountain pen and ballpoint pen, hallmarked London 1894, with engine turned decoration, the fountain pen cap with an arrow clip, a hooded nib with cartridge filling system, inked, in a Parker box £700-1,000 124 Waterman, a marbled black lacquer fountain pen, the cap with a gilt metal clip and cap band, fine nib, with cartridge filling system, inked, with a Waterman box £60-80 27

125 Caran d’Ache, a white metal ballpoint pen, with engine turned decoration, with a Caran d’Ache box, international guarantee/instruction booklet and outer card packaging; Nino Cerruti, a white metal fountain pen and ballpoint pen, with striated decoration, the fountain pen with a cartridge filling system, uninked, with a Nino Cerruti box and outer card box; Cross, a green lacquer fountain pen, the cap with gilt metal clip and cap band, the medium nib stamped 18K, with cartridge filling system, uninked, with a Cross box, warranty booklet and cartridge convertor; and a cased propelling pencil and ballpoint pen from Valle Del Buttero £150-250 126 A gold coloured Baker’s Pointer Pencil, retailed by Asprey, of polished form engraved with initials Y.W, stamped 9ct and Asprey, 10.8cm long, 15.9g gross £70-100 127 A gold coloured propelling pencil, with a telescopic mechanism and removable case, stamped 14ct, 24.6g gross £80-120 128 A gold coloured propelling pencil by E. Baker & Sons, of polished form, with a hinged bale, engraved with initials A.E.B., stamped 9ct and E. Baker & Sons, stamped A. Barrett & Sons 63 & 64 Piccadilly, 11.5cm long, 28.7g gross £70-100 129 A 9 carat gold propelling pencil by E. Baker & Son, for Yard-o-Led, Birmingham 1949, with engine turned decoration, stamped 375 with full Birmingham hallmarks, maker’s mark E.B., stamped Yard-o-Led, 12.3cm long, 21.8g gross £70-100 28 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

130 A gold coloured propelling pencil by S. Mordan & Co., the heptagonal barrel engraved Cyril Davis Aug’ 1935, stamped 9ct and S.Mordan Co., 8.5cm long closed; together with three further pencils, all stamped 375, 74g gross £250-350 131 A 9 carat gold propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1936, retailed by Asprey, of polished form, stamped 375 with full London hallmarks, maker’s mark SM & Co., 7.2cm long closed; together with three further pencils, all stamped 375, 80g gross £250-350 132 A silver propelling pencil, Birmingham 1876, with engine turned decoration, with full Birmingham hallmarks, maker’s mark W.H, 5cm long closed; together with four further propelling pencils £70-100 133 A propelling pencil by S. Mordan & Co., with a hammered finish, engraved A. J. Stretton from Col. T. B. ShawHellier, stamped S.Mordan & Co, 5cm long closed; together with two further propelling pencils, one stamped 375 £80-120 29

134 S. T. Dupont, a white metal fountain pen and ballpoint pen, with striated decoration, the fountain pen cap with a clip, the nib stamped 18CT, with a cartridge filling system, inked; S. T. Dupont, a black lacquer ballpoint pen, with a gilt metal clip; a similar gold plated example; and a Graf Von Faber Castell miniature ballpoint pen, with striated decoration £50-80 135 136 137 A collection of pens and accessories, to include: Dunhill, a red lacquer ballpoint pen, the cap with a clip, with a Dunhill box, booklet, guarantee card and outer card packaging; S. T. Dupont, an engine turned ballpoint pen, with a S. T. Dupont box; another S. T. Dupont ballpoint pen in box; Tiffany, a small silver coloured ballpoint pen, in a Tiffany pouch and box; Prestige de Geneve, a gilt metal desk clock and pen holder, with ballpoint pen; and an Asprey brown lacquer two pen holder, in an Asprey card box £150-250 135 Cartier, Pasha de Cartier, a black fountain pen, the gilt metal reeded cap with clip and trinity band, the nib stamped 18K 750, cartridge filling system, inked £80-120 136 Montblanc, Starwalker, a black fineliner pen, the cap with a white metal clip £70-100 30 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

138 Cartier, Must de Cartier, a stainless steel ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, with reeded decoration, each in a Must de Cartier box, with a red leather Cartier pen pouch £100-150 140 139 Waterman, a red marbled lacquer ballpoint pen, with a gilt metal clip, with a Waterman box, instruction leaflet and white card sleeve; Cross, a gilt metal ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, with striated decoration; and another matt black lacquer ballpoint pen £40-60 140 Montblanc, Meisterstuck 4810, a brown lacquer fountain pen, circa 1920, the cap with a gilt metal clip, the retractable nib stamped 18ct, inked, with a Montblanc white pouch £300-500 141 S. T. Dupont, Meteorite Premium, a limited edition fountain pen, no. 005/888, the black lacquer cap and barrel coated in Gibeon Meteorite powder, the cap with a white metal clip, the medium nib stamped 14K, with a cartridge filling system, uninked, with a S. T. Dupont box, international guarantee card, instruction booklet, cartridge convertor and outer card packaging £300-500 141 31

142 Montblanc, Meisterstuck Solitaire Doue Geometric Dimension Classique, a black ballpoint pen, with gilt geometric decoration and clip, with a Montblanc box, service guide/ warranty booklet and outer card packaging £80-120 143 Cross, a collection of pens, to include: a matt grey fountain pen for Concorde, the cap with a white metal clip, medium nib, with cartridge filling system, uninked, with a Cross box, instruction booklet, cartridge convertor, a box of six cartridges and outer card packaging; a white metal fountain pen for Concorde; a matt black and gilt metal ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, with gilt metal clips, with a Cross box, instruction booklet and white card sleeve; a gilt metal and black lacquer fountain pen and and ballpoint pen, with striated decoration, the fountain pen with a medium nib, cartridge filling system, inked, with a Cross box, guarantee booklet, cartridge convertor, and a box of four cartridges; and two other Cross ballpoint pens £100-150 144 Cartier, Must de Cartier, a stainless steel ballpoint pen, with striated decoration and a clip, with a Must de Cartier box, guarantee booklet, instruction booklet and outer card packaging £80-120 145 Parker, Duofold, a two tone blue marbled fountain pen, the cap with a gilt clip and double cap band, with a piston filling system; Waterman, a red and black lacquer fineliner pen, with a Waterman box and outer card sleeve; and a Waterman blue lacquer fineliner pen, with a Waterman box £70-100 142 144 32 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

146 Sheaffer, a brown marbled fountain pen, the cap with the gilt clip and cap band, the nib stamped 14K, inked, in a Sheaffer box £70-100 149 Aurora, a silver gilt fountain pen, with geometric decoration, the cap with a clip, hooded nib, with a piston filling system, with an Aurora box and guarantee certificate; and an Aurora, gold plated fountain pen, with striated decoration, the cap with a clip, medium hooded nib, with a cartridge filling system, with an Aurora box £80-120 147 Montblanc, Meisterstuck, 146, a black fountain pen, the black cap and barrel with triple cap bands, the nib stamped 14K, inked, in a Montblanc box £80-120 150 Aurora, Hastil, a white metal fountain pen, the cap with a clip, the nib stamped 14K, with a cartridge filling system, inked, with an Aurora box, instruction leaflet and cartridge convertor; Sheaffer, a silver coloured ballpoint pen, with knurled decoration, with a Sheaffer box; Lalex, a black fountain pen, the cap with white metal clip, a hooded nib, with cartridge filling system, inked; and a Tombo fountain pen £60-80 148 Montblanc, No.32, a black fountain pen, the black cap and barrel with a single cap band, inked, in a Montblanc box £50-70 33

Jewellery 158 An early 20th century moonstone necklace, the graduating oval cabochon moonstones in collet settings, to a ring bolt clasp, stamped 9ct, 48cm long £150-250 159 A Victorian amethyst bead necklace, circa 1870, the graduated polished amethyst beads with gold belcher link connectors, with a central gold capped amethyst orb drop suspended from a belcher link chain swag, with later lobster claw attachments, 48cm long £800-1,200 160 An early 20th century amethyst and seed pearl pendant, the circular cut amethyst collet set within an openwork surround set with seed pearls, suspending a further circular cut amethyst, on a belcher link chain, stamped 375, 45cm long, 4.9g £150-250 161 A cultured pearl pendant, the grey cultured pearl on a pierced black enamelled setting, suspending a baroque pearl, 3.9cm long; together with a mabé pearl stick pin, the 9mm wide mabé pearl in a claw setting £80-120 162 A late Victorian amethyst and pearl brooch, circa 1900, the central oval cut amethyst in a ropetwist setting between two pearls, in similar settings, 3.8cm long, 4.8g £150-250 163 A pink tourmaline and diamond ring, the circular cabochon pink tourmaline collet set within a surround of old cut diamonds, approximately 0.28 carats total, finger size R, 3.7g £250-350 164 An early 20th century sapphire and diamond ring, the central circular cut sapphire claw set between two old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.25 carats total, to two further circular cut sapphires, stamped 18ct, finger size P, 5.5g £300-500 165 A 1920s diamond five stone ring, set with five old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.15 carats total, stamped 18ct, finger size K 1/2 £700-1,000 166 A Victorian and later diamond, ruby and sapphire bracelet, set with alternating oval cut rubies, sapphires and old cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, on an openwork hinged bangle, 5cm inner diameter £600-800 167 Equine interest, a small collection of antique jewellery, comprising a triple horse shoe brooch, the central shoe set with graduating old brilliant cut diamonds, together with a half pearl set horse shoe, and a diamond and emerald set shoe, 4.7cm wide; a late Victorian full cheek snaffle and horse shoe brooch, the shoe set with half seed pearls and rubies, 4.2cm wide; and an early 20th century carved labradorite fox mask stick pin £300-500 168 A pair of late 19th century emerald earrings, the pendant drops with pierced detail, set with vari cut emeralds, with shepherd’s hook fittings, 4cm long £150-250 169 Equine interest, a Victorian diamond set gold hinged bangle, circa 1880, the central horseshoe shaped panel set with graduated old cut diamonds, approximately 0.52 carats total, to shaped buckle shoulders, inner width 5.9cm £300-500 170 A late Victorian opal stick pin, circa 1900, the oval opal carved with Queen Victoria’s profile, in a polished gold setting, 6.4cm long £120-160 151 A Victorian Bohemian garnet and half pearl dove brooch, circa 1870, set with rose cut garnets and half pearls, holding in its beak a branch, 3.7cm wide £100-150 152 An early 20th century diamond ring, the pierced navette shaped panel set with rose cut diamonds, finger size Q 1/2 £80-120 153 An early 20th century ropetwist buckle, the oval ropetwist buckle with a three prong clasp, 5cm wide, 21.7g £200-300 154 A pair of early 20th century diamond cluster earrings, the cluster drops set with rose cut diamonds suspended from further rose cut diamonds, with shepherd’s hook fittings, 3.6cm long £400-600 155 A Victorian rock crystal, pearl and onyx pendant, circa 1880, the oval cabochon rock crystal within a surround of circular banded onyx and half pearls, 4.9cm long including bale £120-160 156 A Victorian banded onyx brooch, circa 1880, the oval cabochon banded onyx within a bead work surround, 5cm wide £150-250 157 A French Aesthetic movement brooch, circa 1870, multi gem and seed pearl set gold novelty brooch in the form of a jewelled mirror and fan, stamped with French poincons, 5.5cm long, 9.3g gross £50-80 34 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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171 A 1970s synthetic ruby and diamond pendant/brooch, the curved panel set with circular cut rubies and old brilliant cut diamonds, on a fancy link chain, stamped 375 with London import marks for 1980, £200-300 172 A late Victorian gold coloured anchor link Albert chain, with ring bolt and lobster claw clasp, stamped 375, 44cm long, 35.6g £150-250 173 A two row gold coloured fancy belcher link necklace, longest length 90cm, suspending a hardstone set fob, stamped 375, 63.7g gross £500-700 174 A pair of amethyst and cultured pearl earrings, the oval cabochon amethyst within a ropetwist setting, suspending three cultured pearls, with screw fittings, 3.5cm long; and a red stone and diamond ring, set with an oval cabochon red stone and eight cut diamonds, finger size F 1/2 £150-250 175 A diamond buckle ring, set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.48 carats total, stamped 750, finger size L £250-350 176 An 18 carat gold diamond ring, set with brilliant cut diamond diamonds, approximately 1.50 carats total, stamped 750 with London hallmarks, maker’s mark J & P, finger size R 1/2, 6.1g £700-1,000 177 A diamond set buckle ring, designed as a buckle, set with eight cut diamonds, with engraved detail, stamped 750, finger size J 1/2 £250-350 178 A late Victorian half pearl star pendant, circa 1900, the six pointed star set with half pearls, 4.2cm long, stamped 15ct, on a belcher link chain, stamped 9ct, 42cm long, 8.2g gross £120-160 179 A sovereign pendant, the 1911 sovereign in a pierced 9 carat gold setting, stamped with London 1977 import marks, suspended from a ropetwist chain; together with a further 1911 sovereign pendant; 23.8g gross £300-500 180 A seed pearl portrait miniature pendant/ brooch, the oval panel painted with a lady, within a surround of seed pearls, 5.4cm long £250-350 181 A ruby and diamond bombé ring, set with a central cluster of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, between the shoulders set with square cut rubies, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, finger size M 1/2 £250-350 182 A ruby and diamond ring, the oval cut ruby claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.10 carats total, stamped 750 with London import marks, sponsor mark CW, finger size Q 1/2 £700-1,000 183 A diamond cluster ring, set with four old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.20 carats total, finger size L 1/2 £500-700 184 A 9 carat gold serpent bangle, the coiled snake with circular cut emeralds to the eyes, stamped 375 with full London hallmarks for 1959, maker’s mark ACCo, 5.5cm inner diameter, 19.4g £200-300 185 An 18 carat gold vesta case by Asprey & Co., Chester 1919, the reeded case with applied initials EWG, stamped 18 with full Chester hallmarks, signed Asprey London, 4.2cm high, on a two colour curb link chain, to a 9 carat gold propelling pencil by Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1936, the engine turned barrel with engraved initials EWG, stamped S.M & Co., 7.2cm long, 52.5g gross £500-700 186 A novelty dress ring, in the form of a Western saddle, with stirrups, and coiled rope on the pommel, partial 9 carat gold hallmark, maker’s mark THL, finger size X 1/2, 27g £200-300 187 A late Victorian garnet hinged gold bangle, circa 1900, the oval cut garnets within millegrained collet settings, with bead detail, inner width 5.9cm £120-160 36 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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188 A late Victorian sapphire, diamond and pearl crescent brooch, circa 1900, the crescent set with alternating oval cut sapphires and old cut diamonds, accented with three pearls, on a bar, 4cm long £80-120 189 A 1920s diamond, ruby and sapphire night and day eternity ring, the band set with square cut rubies and square cut sapphires, with two swivel bands set with old cut diamonds, finger size J £300-500 190 A 1920s Royal Navy diamond brooch, set with eight cut diamonds, 3cm wide £150-250 191 A diamond cluster ring, the brilliant cut diamonds in a flower head setting, approximately 2.10 carats total, finger size R £700-1,000 192 A pair of sapphire and diamond cluster ear pendants, the brilliant cut diamond surmounts above a diamond and circular cut sapphire cluster drop, 1.3cm long £120-160 193 A pair of sapphire and diamond earrings, designed as flower heads, set with marquise cut sapphires and brilliant cut diamonds, with post fittings, stamped 375 with full London hallmarks, 1.4cm diameter £150-250 194 A pair of diamond earrings, the old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.00 carat total, in crown settings, with post fittings, stamped 750 £700-1,000 195 A platinum diamond ring, the old brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 1.00 carat, claw set between old cut diamonds, stamped 950 with full London hallmarks for 2012, maker’s mark RCL, finger size O, 5.2g £800-1,200 196 A 1930s diamond cluster ring, the circular panel set with graduated old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.68 carats total, the shank stamped 18ct, finger size N £150-250 197 A 1930s diamond ring, the lobed panel set with old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.70 carats total, the shank stamped Platinum, finger size L 1/2 £500-700 198 A cultured pearl necklace, composed of graduated 4mm to 19mm cultured pearls, to a 1930s synthetic sapphire and diamond set clasp, 43cm long £150-250 199 An Edwardian diamond and sapphire bracelet, circa 1910, the central circular cabochon sapphire on an openwork panel set with rose cut diamonds, on an articulated bracelet, to a concealed clasp, stamped 18, 17.5cm long, 6.5g £80-120 200 A diamond line bracelet, set with fifty seven brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 2.80 carats total, to a concealed clasp, stamped 750, 17.5cm long £1,400-1,800 201 A double strand cultured pearl necklace, the slightly graduated pearls, measuring 6mm to 8mm, on a knotted string, to a pierced clasp, stamped 375, 41cm long £200-300 202 A pink doublet stone and diamond ring, the oval cut pink doublet stone, claw set within a surround of eight cut diamonds, finger size L 1/2 £150-200 203 A pair of ruby, pink sapphire and diamond cluster ear studs, the oval cut ruby and pink sapphire within a surround of rose cut diamonds, with post fittings, 1.1cm long Offered for sale with a Gemmological Certification Services Ruby Report, no.5776-6198, dated 08.07.2016, stating: Variety - Ruby and Pink Sapphire Origin - Burma Comment - No indications of heating £800-1,200 204 A ruby and diamond ring, the oval cut ruby claw set between brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.10 carats total, stamped 18K 750, finger size M 1/2, 3.3g £700-1,000 205 A 1920s sapphire and diamond ring, the oval cut sapphire in a four claw setting, between rose cut and baguette cut diamond set shoulders, stamped platinum, finger size I 1/2 £400-600 206 A 1920s sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the central rectangular cut sapphire claw set between two brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, stamped 18ct plat, finger size M £400-600 207 A platinum sapphire ring, the oval cut sapphire in a suspension setting, stamped 950 with full London hallmarks for 2003, finger size K 1/2, 5.4g £150-250 208 An Art Deco diamond and synthetic sapphire panel ring, circa 1930, the old brilliant cut diamonds within pierced millegrained settings, approximately 0.72 carats total, with a central circular cut synthetic sapphire, finger size N £600-800 209 A Swedish sapphire and diamond ring, the central oval cut sapphire claw set within a surround of old cut diamonds, approximately 0.35 carats total, stamped 18K with Swedish control marks for 1978, maker’s mark OOG, finger size M £250-350 210 A 1920s sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central circular cut sapphire claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, finger size J £400-600 211 A platinum sapphire and diamond ring, the oval cut sapphire collet set between the brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.70 carats total, stamped 950 with full London hallmarks for 2009, finger size M 1/2, 8.1g £500-700 38 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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212 An Austro Hungarian necklace, the scrolling panel set with an oval cabochon simulated turquoise, with black and white enamel detail, and half cultured pearls, on a similarly designed necklace, 37cm long; a cornelian bead necklace, 57cm long; and a Persian miniature necklace, 35cm long £100-200 213 An amber and amber coloured bead necklace, composed of graduating amber and amber coloured beads, measuring approximately 0.7cm to 3.2cm, with two decorative spacers, 42cm long, 174g We cannot guarantee amber as being natural, all or some parts may be reconstituted £400-600 214 A pair of 1930s jadeite drop earpendants, the polished jadeite drops with gold caps, suspended from belcher link chains, with beaded hook fittings, 5cm long £70-100 215 A chrysophrase dress ring, the oval cabochon chrysophrase within a polished gold coloured setting, finger size F £150-250 216 Ω A coral ring, the oval cabochon coral within a gold coloured collet setting, finger size F 1/2, 6.3g £150-250 217 Ω A pair of mid 19th century coral earrings, circa 1850, the polished coral drops with engraved foliate caps below circular polished coral surmounts with bead detail, with post fittings, 7g, 5.1cm long £250-350 218 A reconstituted turquoise bead necklace, composed of graduated reconstituted turquoise beads, to a reeded clasp, 43cm long; a reconstituted turquoise bead bracelet, 23cm long; and a pair of reconstituted turquoise ear clips, the oval panels within a leaf surround, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, with clip fittings, 1.8cm long £200-300 219 A malachite bead necklace, composed of graduated 4mm to 15mm malachite beads, 88cm long; and a further malachite bead necklace, 60cm long £80-120 40 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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220 A cultured pearl pendant, the 1.3cm cultured pearl drop suspended below a bar set with half pearls, on a block link necklace, stamped 9k, 51.5cm long £150-250 221 An 18 carat gold cultured pearl pendant, the 1cm cultured pearl in a polished gold setting, on a snake link chain, stamped 750, 45.5cm long £120-160 222 No Lot 223 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond ear pendants, of foliate design, set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.32 carats total, suspending a cultured pearl, with post fittings, stamped 750, 2.9cm long £200-300 224 A cultured pearl and diamond dress ring, the cultured pearl between two colour crossover shoulders, set with baguette cut diamonds, approximately 0.20 carats total, stamped 14kt, finger size N 1/2 £60-100 225 A freshwater cultured pearl and gem set necklace, the freshwater cultured pearls with belcher link connectors, and suspending vari cut gemstones, including carnelian and citrine, stamped 750, 56cm long £450-550 226 A diamond and emerald baroque cultured pearl brooch pendant, the baroque cultured pearl within an organic silver coloured setting, with rose cut diamond flower heads and leaves, with emerald accents, suspended from a floral branch like brooch, 6.5cm long £300-500 227 Ω A pair of mother of pearl and diamond earrings, the circular panels set with a cluster of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 6.50 carats total, with surrounding mother of pearl panels, with post and clip fittings, 3cm diameter £1,200-1,600 228 A pair of silver and gold coloured earrings, the gold coloured hammered panels with polished silver sections below, the stud fittings with French gold import marks, and the clip backs with French silver import marks, 3.3cm long, 32.9g gross £150-250 229 A cultured pearl necklace, the graduated 5mm to 10mm cultured pearls, on a knotted thread, to the Swedish gold coloured clasp, set with old cut diamonds, stamped 18K with Swedish control marks for 1930, maker’s mark HKL for Linders Guldsmedverkstad H & K, 77cm long; and a cultured pearl necklace, with a diamond set Swedish clasp, stamped 18K, 56.5cm long £350-450 42 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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230 A pair of blue topaz and diamond earrings, the oval cabochon blue topaz within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, with clip fittings, stamped 750, 1.5cm long £200-300 231 A blue topaz and diamond ring, the oval cabochon blue topaz within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 750, finger size O 1/2 £150-250 232 A multi gem set necklace, set with alternating citrines, amethysts, blue topaz, peridot and garnet, to a concealed clasp, stamped 14K, 42.5cm long; and a matching bracelet, 18cm long, 45.3 gross £300-500 233 A pair of peridot and diamond earrings, the marquise cut peridot claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.55 carats total, with post fittings, stamped 750, 3.4cm long £800-1,200 234 A pair of amethyst earrings, the facetted amethyst drops, suspended below a facetted amethyst bead, with screw fittings, 4.2cm long £220-280 235 A sapphire and diamond ring, the central circular cut sapphire between two old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.30 carats total, to two further circular cut sapphires, stamped 18ct, finger size N £100-150 236 A 1920s diamond three stone ring, set with three old cut diamonds, approximately 0.20 carats total, finger size J 1/2, 1.7g £60-100 237 An amethyst and diamond ring, the rectangular cut amethyst claw set between brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, stamped 750, finger size L 1/2 £320-380 238 A 1940s aquamarine ring, the rectangular cut aquamarine between geometric shoulders, the inner shank engraved ‘Recuendo 20.9.48’, finger size O 1/2 £150-200 239 A sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the oval cut sapphire claw set between two brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.90 carats total, finger size R 1/2, 4.3g £1,000-1,500 240 A 1930s diamond cluster ring, set with old cut and eight cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, stamped 18ct, finger size M £100-150 241 An amethyst and diamond dress ring, the rectangular cut amethyst collet set within a surround of rose cut diamonds, the shank with foliate and scroll detail, stamped 750, finger size N £200-300 242 A 1940s synthetic yellow sapphire ring, the rectangular cut synthetic yellow sapphire in a claw setting, the scrolled shoulders set with circular cut white sapphires, finger size P 1/2; and a synthetic yellow sapphire ring, stamped 10K, finger size L 1/2 £250-350 243 A sapphire and diamond crossover ring, set with an oval cut sapphire and an oval cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.30 carats, between square cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.24 carats total, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, finger size N 1/2 £300-500 244 A French sapphire and diamond ring, the pear cut sapphire to channel set princess cut diamond shoulders, with brilliant cut diamond set gallery, approximately 1 carat total, the shank stamped with French poincons, finger size N £1,500-2,000 245 A pair of late 19th century chrysoberyl earrings, the circular cut chrysoberyl in a claw setting within a scalloped surround, suspending two further circular cut chrysoberyls in similar settings, with shepherd’s hook fittings, 4.4cm long; together with a similar pendant and a bar brooch £300-500 44 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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246 A 1940s French synthetic sapphire ring, the circular cut synthetic sapphire in a four claw setting, within a facetted surround, stamped with French poincon, finger size M 1/2 £300-500 247 A pair of lapis lazuli cufflinks, the circular sugar loaf cabochon lapis lazuli, within polished settings, with t bar fittings, stamped 750 £320-380 248 A gold coloured necklace, composed of three strands with a textured finish, to the clasp, stamped 750, 44cm long, 41.9g £700-900 249 An emerald and diamond ring, the rectangular cut emerald, in a four claw setting, within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, with brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.40 carats total, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, finger size M 1/2 £700-900 250 A diamond ring, the square panel set with four square cut diamonds, approximately 0.25 carats total, stamped 9K, finger size L £70-100 251 A diamond dress ring, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.45 carats, claw set above a navette shaped panel set with baguette cut and eight cut diamonds, stamped 10K, finger size O £200-300 252 A diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.10 carats, claw set between brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 9K, finger size N £50-80 253 An 18 carat gold diamond single stone ring, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.15 carats, in a six claw setting, stamped 750 with Birmingham hallmarks, finger size K 1/2 £80-120 254 A diamond cluster ring, centred with four princess cut diamonds, within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, finger size J 1/2; together with an 18 carat gold band ring, finger size Q 1/2 £150-250 255 A pair of diamond earrings, set with princess cut diamonds, approximately 0.36 carats total, in claw settings, with post fittings, stamped 18K, 6mm wide £120-160 256 A cultured pearl necklace, composed of graduated 4mm to 9mm cultured pearls, the clasp set with rose cut diamonds and cultured pearls, stamped plat, 41.5cm long; and two further cultured pearl necklaces £150-250 257 A pair of onyx and diamond ear clips, the square shaped onyx panels each set with a marquise cut diamond, approximately 0.25 carats total, with clip fittings, 2cm long £150-250 258 A diamond ring, the square panel set with eight cut diamonds, within a surround of baguette cut diamonds, stamped 10k, finger size N £50-80 259 A diamond dress ring, the squared panel set with princess cut diamonds, to brilliant cut diamond shoulders, approximately 1.12 carats total, finger size N 1/2 £300-500 260 A single stone diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond weighing 1.34 carats, in a six claw setting, finger size J 1/2 £2,000-3,000 261 An 18 carat gold diamond ring, the fancy cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.90 carats, in a crown setting, stamped 750 with full London hallmarks for 2007, maker’s mark FW & Co, finger size M £800-1,200 262 A diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.25 carats in a collet setting, stamped 9K, finger size M 1/2 £60-100 263 An emerald and diamond ring, the central rectangular cut emerald claw set between baguette cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.26 carats total, stamped Pt900, finger size P 1/2 £1,500-2,000 264 An emerald and diamond cluster ring, the central brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 1.00 carat, within a hexagonal surround set with eight cut diamonds and fancy cut emeralds, finger size M 1/2 £1,200-1,800 265 An emerald and diamond ring, the central rectangular cut emerald claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.00 carat total, finger size K; and a pair of matching earrings, with post fittings, 1.7cm long £700-1,000 46 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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266 A pair of cultured pearl and diamond ear pendants, the cultured pearls suspended below a curved panel set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, with post fittings, stamped 750, 6.5cm long £500-700 267 A pair of aquamarine and diamond earrings, the oval cut aquamarine in a four claw setting, below a brilliant cut diamond set surmount, with post fittings, 1.6cm long £400-600 268 An aquamarine and diamond pendant, the oval cut aquamarine, claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.20 carats total, on a box link chain, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 42cm long £450-550 269 An aquamarine and diamond pendant, the pear cut aquamarine claw set below a brilliant cut diamond, on a belcher link chain, stamped 750, 41cm long £500-700 270 A pair of amethyst and diamond earrings, the circular cut amethyst in a four claw setting suspended below a brilliant cut diamond set panel, approximately 0.30 carats total, with post fittings, stamped 750, 2.6cm long £420-520 271 A blue topaz and diamond pendant, the circular cabochon blue topaz within a surround of old cut diamonds, suspending a row of square cut blue topaz and old cut and eight cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, on a belcher link chain, stamped 750, 42cm long £600-800 272 An aquamarine and diamond ring, the oval cut aquamarine claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.30 carats total, finger size N 1/2 £600-800 273 A diamond cluster ring, the three flower head clusters set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.35 carats total, stamped 750, finger size N 1/2 £1,200-1,600 274 A multi coloured sapphire and diamond pendant, the articulated panel set with vari coloured sapphires, with partial 18 carat gold hallmark, 3.1cm long, on a curb link chain, stamped with 18 carat gold import marks, 45cm long £400-600 275 A single strand cultured pearl necklace, the cultured pearls on a knotted string, to the clasp set with brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 18K 750, 47cm long £100-150 276 A freshwater cultured pearl necklace, the ovoid freshwater cultured pearls to a lobster claw clasp stamped 750, 44cm long; together with a pair of white stone and cultured pearl ear studs; and two further pairs of ear studs £80-120 277 A peridot and diamond cluster ring, the oval cut peridot claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, finger size L 1/2 £600-800 278 A blue topaz and diamond ring, the central oval cut blue topaz within a cluster surround set with brilliant cut diamonds, stamped 18K, finger size O £200-300 279 An aquamarine ring, the rectangular cut aquamarine in a claw setting, stamped 18ct, finger size N £600-800 280 A diamond spray pendant, the swirling foliate spray set with brilliant cut and eight cut diamonds, approximately 1.40 carats total, 3.7cm long, 7.9g £250-350 281 A pair of aquamarine and diamond earrings, the rectangular cut aquamarine below a brilliant cut diamond set surmount, suspended from brilliant cut diamond set fittings, approximately 0.70 carats total, with post fittings, stamped 750, 2.7cm long £700-900 282 A pair of rock crystal and emerald earrings, the facetted rock crystal drops each set with a trio of oval cabochon emeralds, below brilliant cut diamond set fittings, approximately 0.35 carats total, with post fittings, 4.1cm long £650-750 48 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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283 An 18 carat gold diamond pendant, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.20 carats total, on a collet setting, on a curb link chain, stamped 750, 46cm long; and a multi heart pendant, on a ropetwist chain, stamped 14k £200-300 284 A 9 carat gold diamond bracelet, set along the line with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.40 carats total, to the clasp, stamped 375 with import marks, 18.5cm long; and a 9 carat gold diamond bracelet, set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.56 carats total, stamped 375 with import marks, 17.5cm long £200-300 285 A freshwater cultured pearl and multi gem set necklace, the belcher link necklace set with freshwater cultured pearls and facetted citrine and amethyst drops, with emerald, ruby and sapphire bead accents, suspending a similarly set fringe, stamped 750, 41cm long £320-380 286 A sapphire and diamond ring, set with circular cut sapphires and brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.15 carats total, stamped 18ct, finger size H; and a ropetwist knot ring, finger size O 1/2 £120-180 287 A gold coloured necklace, of woven design, stamped 750 with Italian control mark, 44cm long, 6.8g £100-150 288 A gold coloured necklace, composed of fancy ropetwist links, to the lobster claw clasp, stamped 375 with Italian control marks, 78cm long, 18g £120-160 289 A 9 carat gold necklace, composed of multiple polished links, to a lobster claw clasp, stamped 375, 77cm long, 22.7g £120-160 290 A gold coloured bracelet signed Cartier, the oval panel pierced with the Cartier insignia, with brilliant cut diamond accents to a belcher link chain, signed Cartier and numbered BEB152, stamped Au750, 18.5cm long, 3g gross £150-250 291 A diamond ring, the graduated trios of brilliant cut diamonds with ropetwist detail between, approximately 0.41 carats total, finger size R £150-250 292 A diamond Commitment ring by Hennell, designed by Dennis Gardner, the polished band set with a brilliant cut diamond to one terminal, estimated to weigh 0.50 carats, signed Hennell, partial import marks visible, finger size E, 11g £500-700 293 Three 18 carat gold gem set rings by T. O’Donaghue, the first, set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total; the second, set with circular cut emeralds and the third, set with circular cut rubies, all stamped 750 with full London hallmarks for 1978 and maker’s mark T.O’D, all finger size L £500-700 294 A three colour panel bracelet, the rectangular three colour links, with engraved detail, to a concealed clasp, stamped 9kt, 18.7cm long, 10g £60-100 295 An Italian gold coloured bracelet, composed of circular polished links, to a ring bolt clasp, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 18cm long, 15.3g £200-300 296 A gold coloured bracelet, composed of polished curb links, to a ring bolt clasp, stamped 14kt, 18.5cm long, 14.5g £100-150 50 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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297 A 1980s nephrite pendant, the rectangular shaped nephrite panel with applied carved green panels and a lapis lazuli panel, on a nephrite bead necklace, 49cm long; a silver and nephrite ring, the polished silver band set with a nephrite panel, stamped with French import marks, finger size S £150 - 250 298 A Danish silver No.318 necklace by Hans Hansen, composed of polished panels, to a hook clasp, signed Hans Hansen, stamped 925 with London import marks, possibly 1985 with DLd sponsor mark, 38.5cm long; and a silver peak bracelet by Hans Hansen, signed Hans Hansen, stamped 925 with London import marks, possibly 1985 with DLd sponsor mark, 17.5cm long, 64.8g (2.08 oz) £300-500 299 A Danish silver and smoky quartz pendant by Niels Erik From, the circular panel set with a central circular cut smoky quartz, stamped 925 with London import marks for 1972, signed N.E.From, on a velvet thread, the pendant 5cm diameter; a silver orchid pendant, 9.3cm long; a shell brooch and matching ear clips, stamped 925, brooch 6.5cm wide, ear clips 3.9cm long £150-250 300 A silver and gold sprung bangle, the twisted silver bangle with gold cross shaped terminals, with rubbed hallmark, the crosses with partial 18 carat gold hallmark, 6.3cm inner width £100-200 301 A silver bangle by Bracelon Ltd, Birmingham 1973, the hinged banle with a textured bark like finish, with full hallmarks, 6cm wide, 33.4 g (1.07 oz); and a silver abstract brooch, London 1987, maker’s mark EF, 17.5cm long £80-120 302 A pair of silver and enamel double sided cufflinks, the oval panels with swirled enamel detail, with belcher link connectors, stamped 925 with London hallmarks for 1994, makers mark LB & B Co, 1.9cm long £40-60 303 A silver gilt and tiger’s eye quartz bracelet, the square domed panels with blue enamel detail, each set with a circular cabochon tiger’s eye quartz, to a concealed clasp, 19cm long £40-60 52 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

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Please see illustrations on our website for lots 304 to 367 311 A Stuart crystal memento mori slide, with enamelled skull and cross bone detail, initialled J C M, the original slide fittings removed, script on paper JoRn Fion above a woven hair work, under facetted rock crystal, dated 1686 to the reverse, 2.2cm long £250-350 312 Ω A collection of gentleman’s dress items, from the first half of the 20th century, including a pair of seed pearl and mother of pearl dress studs, stamped with French poincons; a mother of pearl dress set; a pair of mother of pearl cufflinks, and various other items £40-60 313 Ω A late Victorian 18 carat gold coral and diamond ring, the central old cut diamond within a surround of circular cabochon coral, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1886, finger size L 1/2; together with a Victorian 15 carat gold pearl and ruby ring, set with seed pearls and circular cut rubies, stamped 625 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1876, finger size I 1/2 £100-150 314 Five beaded necklaces, the beaded collar necklaces measuring 42cm long £50-80 315 Ω A pair of Edwardian mother of pearl and enamel cufflinks, the circular mother of pearl panels within a border of green enamel, with belcher link connectors; together with a pair of 9 carat gold initialled oval panel cufflinks; and a pair of silver cufflinks £80-120 316 Ω A late Victorian 15 carat gold coral ring, set with a cluster of circular cabochon coral on an engraved ground, with seed pearl accents, stamped 625 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1886, finger size O; and a garnet and seed pearl ring, finger size Q £150-250 317 A pair of cufflinks, designed as the pound sign, with t bar fittings, stamped 9ct, 2cm long; and two rings, 8.2g gross £70-100 318 A diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.12 carats, stamped 18ct Plat, finger size J; and a five stone diamond ring, stamped 18Kt, finger size K 1/2 £70-100 319 An 18 carat gold pink spinel and diamond ring by Theo Fennell, the oval cut pink spinel collet set between two triangular cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, on a polished band with beaded detail, stamped 750 with full London hallmarks for 2009, maker’s mark TF, finger size R 1/2, in a Theo Fennell box £1,200-1,600 320 An amethyst bracelet, set with oval cut amethysts in twisting settings, 18.5cm long, together with costume jewellery; a Gucci dress watch; and further dress watches £10-20 321 An Arabic gold coloured marriage bib necklace, the jewellers copy coins within reeded settings, with pierced quatrefoil panels between, 383.4g gross £6,000-8,000 322 A small collection of gold coloured jewellery, comprising a bangle stamped 916; a 22 carat gold band ring; a ring stamped 916; and a further gold coloured dress ring; 23.8g gross £80-120 323 An half eternity diamond ring, set with five brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.35 carats total, stamped 750 with Birmingham hallmark, finger size R 1/2 £150-250 304 A ruby and diamond ring, the oval cabochon ruby claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.68 carats total, finger size N £300-500 305 A garnet and diamond spider brooch, the body set with an oval cut garnet and a mabé pearl, the head set with a rose cut diamond, to the legs set with further rose cut diamonds, 4.1cm long £500-700 306 A small selection of jewellery, including: two rings; and various chains £80-120 307 Four bangles, with heart and bead detail, 5.7cm inner diameter; and a smaller similar bangle, 4cm inner diameter, 67.8g £300-500 308 A small collection of gold jewellery, to include a reeded bead necklace with box link back chain, hallmarked 22 carat gold, 42cm long; together with a pair of hallmarked 22 carat gold hooped earrings; and a further pair of hallmarked 22 carat gold beaded earrings; 15.4g gross £80-120 309 Ω A coral bead necklace, the graduated coral beads to a ring bolt clasp, 56cm long; a coral and seed pearl necklace, composed of alternating coral beads and seed pearls, 40.5cm long; together with simulated pearl necklace, stamped 9ct, 56.5cm long £150-250 310 An aquamarine and diamond brooch, the oval aquamarine in a four claw setting, between two old cut diamonds, on a polished bar, 5.5cm wide; a further aquamarine bar brooch, 5.1cm wide; a ruby bar brooch, set with a cluster of square cut and pear cut rubies, 4.5cm wide; together with a crescent pearl brooch, 5.5cm wide £300-500 54 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

324 An amethyst and diamond ring, the heart shaped amethyst, claw set with brilliant cut diamond accents, stamped 375, finger size T £40-60 325 A pair of 1940s ruby and diamond earrings, designed as stylised lotus flowers, set with old cut diamonds and calibre cut rubies, with post and clip fittings, 2.1cm long £400-600 326 An orange and white stone dress ring, the square shaped orange stone between vari cut white stones, finger size Q 1/2; and a further ring £60-100 327 A gold coloured necklace, composed of curb links, stamped 375, 45cm long, 7.3g; a seahorse pendant, on a fancy link necklace, stamped 375, 39.5cm long, 6.7g; a shell pendant, stamped 14k, 1.7g; and a jade pendant, 2.8cm long £80-120 328 A small collection of cultured pearl jewellery, to include a pair of cultured pearl and diamond point ear studs, 11mm long; together with two further pairs of cultured pearl ear studs; a cultured pearl necklace; a silver gilt bracelet, hallmarked London 2013; and a necklace stamped 925, Italy £60-100 329 A cultured pearl necklace, the uniform cultured pearls measuring 7mm, 68cm long; together with a pair of 9 carat gold set double cultured pearl ear studs; with further cultured pearl and simulated pearl jewellery £60-100 330 A collection of earstuds, to include a pair of knotted 9 carat gold and cultured pearl set earstuds; a pair of 9 carat gold cabochon opal earstuds; a pair of knotted earstuds, stamped 375; together with further earstuds £80-120 331 A pair of diamond earstuds, the oval panels set with baguette cut diamonds and diamond points, stamped 18k, approximately 0.32 carats total, 1cm long; together with a pair of eight cut diamond and marquise cut blue stone earstuds, 1cm long £120-160 332 Three white stone dress rings, stamped 375; together with a gilt metal belcher link chain £80-120 333 A group of costume jewellery, including: necklaces; earrings; and other items £100-200 334 A collection of earrings, comprising a pair of facetted gold coloured ear studs, 9mm wide; a further pair of beaded gold coloured earring, and one similar; 3.3g gross; and two pairs of gilt metal beaded earstuds £60-100 335 A Victorian ring, set with a faience scarab, finger size K 1/2: and a zircon bracelet, the vari coloured and vari shaped zircons in collet settings, on a curb link bracelet, 21cm long £80-120 336 A collection of costume jewellery items, to include a lapis lazuli bead and cultured pearl necklace; a hardstone bead necklace; three hardstone bangles; and various further items £60-100 337 A collection of costume jewellery, to include various brooches; bangles; and further items £30-50 338 A diamond panel ring, the square panel pave set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.48 carats total, hallmarked 9 carat gold, finger size V ½; a citrine dress ring; a 9 carat gold onyx signet ring; three further rings; a gate link bracelet; and a jade pendant; 51g gross £250-350 339 A selection of cufflinks, of varying makes and designs £70-100 340 A collection of costume jewellery, to include various necklaces; rings; earrings; and further items £50-80 341 A collection of costume jewellery, to include various bracelets; rings; and further items £80-120 342 Two 9 carat gold band rings, a 9 carat gold claddagh dress ring; a 9 carat gold diamond dress ring; and a pair of gilt cufflinks £60-100 343 A gold coloured cherub pendant on chain, stamped 14k, suspended from a fancy link necklace, stamped 14k; together with a further gold coloured pendant on chain; 10.9g gross £120-160 344 A collection of silver coloured jewellery, to include various bracelets; necklaces; rings; and earrings; 1016g (31.5ozt) gross £150-250 345 A 9 carat gold band ring, a cultured pearl ring, stamped 14k; a pendant stamped 18k; an emerald and white stone pendant; a gold coloured wire bangle; three rings and an earring; 18.9g gross £80-120 55

346 A gold coloured band ring, stamped 585; together with silver coloured rings; bracelets; and other items £80-120 347 A collection of gold coloured jewellery, to include a panel bracelet, 19cm long; a gold coloured band ring; together with two pairs of earrings; 22.8g gross £250-350 348 A gold coloured fancy link necklace, stamped 14, 45cm long; a sprung bangle stamped 375; a gold coloured cross pendant, on chain; a pair of blue and white stone hooped earrings; a pierced pendant; and a single Nefertiti earpendant; 35g gross £200-300 349 A collection of silver coloured jewellery, to include a silver white and yellow stone set articulated necklace, with indistinct hallmark, 85cm long; together with various silver coloured rings; and chains £80-120 350 A gold coloured bracelet, composed of fancy links, to a lobster claw clasp, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 18cm long; and a gold coloured sapphire ring, the circular cut sapphire in a claw setting, stamped 18ct, finger size O, 6.2g gross £70-100 351 A gold coloured ring, stamped 22k; a white stone Om pendant, stamped 22c, 2.5cm long; 12.1g gross £80-120 352 A collection of costume jewellery, to include various rings; necklaces; and further items £40-60 353 A collection of silver coloured jewellery, to include various dress rings; chains and other items; 275g (8.9ozt) gross £70-100 354 A collection of jewellery, to include a multi gem triple cluster bracelet, in Navratna style, 18cm long; together with a diamond crossover ring; a pair of pink sappphire earstuds; a 9 carat gold pink sapphire ring; a pair of synthetic emerald earstuds; together with three further rings; two pendants and earrings £200-300 355 A diamond three stone ring, the brilliant cut and eight cut diamonds, in collet settings, stamped 18ct& Plat, finger size M1/2; together with a cabochon blue stone dress ring; and a further silver coloured ring £70-100 356 A 9 carat gold ring, set with white stones in star settings, stamped 375 with full Birmingham hallmarks, finger size N; and four further rings £80-120 357 A small collection of gold coloured jewellery, to include an 18 carat gold band ring; a further band ring stamped 750; a three further rings; a bracelet stamped 750 suspending a heart shaped white stone pendant; and a further bracelet stamped 750; 31g gross £300-500 358 A 22 carat gold band ring, finger size M 1/2; three white stone rings stamped 875; and a further dress ring stamped 875, 25.5g gross £300-500 359 An amber bead necklace, the graduated oval beads, to a amber coloured clasp; together with a further oval amber bead necklace; and a pressed amber bead necklace; 39.2g gross £80-120 360 A 9 carat gold garnet ring, set with a cluster of circular cut garnets, stamped 375, finger size O; and a synthetic blue stone ring, stamped 375, finger size O £70-100 361 A 9 carat gold ingot pendant, limited edition no.0516/5000, the rectangular ingot pendant stamped 375 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 2003, on a curb link chain, 50.5cm long; a cross pendant, on a chain, stamped 9ct; a curb link bracelet, stamped 375; and a curb link necklace, stamped 9ct, 45.6g gross £200-300 362 An Edwardian diamond scarf/cravat clip, set with three old cut diamonds, approximately 0.20 carats, stamped 15ct, 3cm wide, 4.6g; an 18 carat gold signet ring, with engraved initials, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1960, maker’s mark W.T.T & Co, finger size N 1/2, 7.8g; a further signet ring, stamped 375, finger size J, 3g; a bloodstone fob; and a Noah’s ark charm, stamped 375, 3g £150-250 363 A pair of 9 carat gold cufflinks, the double sided cufflinks with engraved initials, stamped 375 with full London hallmarks for 1948, 7.4g; two lava cameos; and a 1930s lady’s wristwatch £80-120 364 A 9 carat gold circular brooch, of Celtic shield design, stamped 375 with full Sheffield hallmarks for 1993, 3.6cm diameter,13.2g; a gold coloured chain, stamped 14K, 6.4g; and other items £150-250 365 A diamond bracelet, the hinged bangle with an openwork panel spelling out the name Antonio, set with rose cut diamonds, 6cm inner diameter; together with a similar brooch, 10g gross £250-350 366 A two row cultured pearl necklace, composed of graduated 4mm to 9mm cultured pearls, to the clasp set with further cultured pearls, 37cm long £100-150 56 www.dreweatts.com | +44 (0) 1635 553 553 BP*: Buyer’s Premium of 24% +VAT

ENQUIRIES James Nicholson + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 jsw@dreweatts.com dreweatts.com *Buyer’s premium of 24% (+ VAT) AUCTION LOCATION Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE INVITING ENTRIES FOR OUR SPRING AND SUMMER JEWELLERY AND LUXURY SALES An emerald, ruby and citrine bangle and earring suite by Iradj Moini Est. £800-1,200*

BUYING AT DREWEATTS There are several ways you can bid at a Dreweatts auction; in person, by leaving a commission or absentee bid, on the telephone where available and live via the internet – please make arrangements before the sale. BIDDING IN PERSON If intending to buy you are required to register your name and details at reception prior to the commencement of the auction. You will then be allocated a bidding number, which you use when bidding for an item. COMMISSION BIDS Dreweatts will execute bids on your behalf if you are unable to attend the sale. Commission or absentee bids are accepted either directly at reception, or can be sent by post, fax, email, telephone or via the website: www.dreweatts.com. Dreweatts will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and will undertake to purchase the lots on your behalf as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Dreweatts does not accept liability for failing to execute commission bids, or for any errors or omissions.

CONDITION Bidders must satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports are available on request – see the Conditions of Business at the back of this catalogue for more information regarding condition reports. Requests for condition reports must be submitted by 4pm on the day prior to the auction. COMMISSION CHARGES All purchases are subject to a buyer’s premium, which is charged per lot at 24% of the hammer price (28.8% including VAT) up to and including £500,000, 20% (24% including VAT) of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000 and 12% of the hammer price (14.4% including VAT) in excess of £1,000,001. In the event the lot has an asterisk (*) beside the lot number in the catalogue, this indicates that the lot is owned by an entity or company Please see Conditions of Business and Conditions of Sale on the following pages. Dreweatts & Dreweatts 1759 are trading names of Dreweatts 1759 Ltd. Dreweatts 1759 Ltd is registered in England, company number: 10758982, registered office: Donnington Priory, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 2JE.

Important Notices required to pay VAT (generally not an Antique Dealer, as they operate under a dealers margin scheme). VAT is payable at 20% on the Hammer Price. Lots marked with a ** (presently a reduced rate of 5%) or ( presently at standard rate of 20%) have been imported from outside the European Union to be sold at auction and therefore the buyer must pay the import VAT at the appropriate rate on the hammer price. PAYMENT Payment will be accepted, if you are a successful bidder, by debit card issued by a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address; by all major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address with the exception of American Express and Diners Club; by bank transfer direct into our bank account, Bank Details: NatWest, 30 Market Place, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5AG. Account Name: Dreweatts 1759 Ltd. A/C: 62412949, Sort Code: 60-15-07, BIC: NWBKGB2L, IBAN: GB21NWBK60150762412949; or in cash up to £8,000 (subject to relevant money laundering regulations). Payment may also be made by Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account but Dreweatts regrets that purchases paid for by this method cannot be collected until your cheque has cleared.

Ω CITES REGULATIONS Please note that lots marked with the symbol (Ω) in this catalogue may be subject to CITES Regulations when exported. Relevant CITES Regulations may be found at www. defra.gov.uk/ahvla-en/imports-exports/cites COLLECTION OR DELIVERY Before being able to collect your purchases you are required to pay the hammer price, plus the applicable commissions, and obtain a receipt acknowledging payment. Collection of the purchased lots is at the purchaser’s risk and expense and whilst Dreweatts do not provide packing and despatch service we can suggest some carriers.

Dreweatts also require that all purchased items are collected within four working days of the sale to avoid a storage charge being applied. STORAGE CHARGES All items not collected by 4pm, within four working days of the sale, will be automatically removed to commercial storage and subject to a minimum storage charge of £20 (plus VAT) per lot and to a further storage charge of £2 (plus VAT) per lot per part or full day thereafter. These charges will be the sole liability of the purchaser and will be billed directly to them by Vangaroo Ltd (Andover). On payment of all sales and storage costs, items will be available for collection by appointment from Vangaroo Ltd (Andover), tel: 01264 316970, mobile: 07528 291180, email: matt@vangaroo.co.uk. These charges are set by Vangaroo Ltd (Andover), we recommend that you contact them directly regarding queries relating to these charges and other questions relating to storage. Staff at the saleroom will be unable to answer questions relating to items that have been removed from the saleroom. FURTHER INFORMATION The colours printed in this catalogue are not necessarily a true reflection of the actual item. All weights and measures given in the catalogue should be regarded as approximate. VALUATION SERVICES Dreweatts provides a range of confidential and professional valuation services to private clients, solicitors, executors, estate managers, trustees and other professional partners. These services include auction valuations, insurance valuations, probate valuations, private treaty valuations, valuations for family division or for tax purposes. For more information, please see our website: www.dreweatts.com. For directions to Donnington Priory, please see our website: www.dreweatts.com.

Parking is available at Donnington Priory in two car parks on either side of the saleroom. Information for Buyers These Conditions of Sale and Business constitute the contract between Dreweatts (the “Auctioneer”) and the seller, on the one hand, and the buyer on the other. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms. 1. INTRODUCTION. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. 2. AGENCY. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller.

3. ESTIMATES. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. BUYER’S PREMIUM. The buyer agrees to pay a buyer’s premium on the hammer price of each lot purchased. The buyer’s premium is 24% of the hammer price up to and including £500,000, 20%of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000, and 12% of the hammer price in excess of £1,000,001. VAT at the prevailing rate of 20% is added to buyer’s premium and additional charges as defined below.

5. VAT ) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being and element in the buyers’ premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme ) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of Import VAT currently 5% on the hammer price * ) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and these lots are liable to the standard rate of Import VAT currently 20% on the hammer price. Lots which appear without the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price; this is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the buyers’ premium is not recoverable as input tax.

6. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITIONS. Condition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated value of the lot, and large numbers of such requests received shortly before the sale may not receive a response to all lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and, particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion from such a professional. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. We recommend that you always view a lot in person.

We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed or any examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 58

which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). 7. ELECTRICAL GOODS. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. 8. EXPORT OF GOODS. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export= licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 9. BIDDING. Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. COMMISSION BIDDING. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax.

11. METHODS OF PAYMENT. The following methods of payment are acceptable: Debit Card drawn on a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address. All major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address with the exception of American Express and Diners Club. There is no additional charge for purchases made with these cards. Bank transfer direct into our bank account, all transfers must state the relevant sale number, lot number and your bid / paddle number. If transferring from a foreign currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in pounds sterling (after currency conversion and the deduction of any bank charges). Our bank details can be found on the front of your invoice or in the sale catalogue under ‘Important Notices’. Sterling cash payments of up to £8,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account and made payable to ‘Dreweatts 1759 Ltd’. It will be necessary to allow at least six working days for the cheque to clear before collecting your purchases.

12. COLLECTION AND STORAGE. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges. 13. δ DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES. From 1st January 2012 all UK art market professionals (which includes but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by qualifying artists each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and for a period up to 70 years following the artists death. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard, and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated. All items in this catalogue that are marked with δ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneers. The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge. 1. INTERPRETATION. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

2. WARRANTY. The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the items ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. ALL COMMISSIONS and fees are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate. 4. COMMISSION is charged to sellers at the following rates:- please enquire at our salerooms.

5. REMOVAL COSTS. Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 6. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS. (a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Dreweatts is not authorised by the FSA to provide insurance to its clients, and does not do so. However Dreweatts for its own protection, assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, Dreweatts makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minimum charge of £1.50, or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Dreweatts shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. (b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owners risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 6 (a) is inapplicable.

7. ILLUSTRATIONS. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 8. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 9. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same Terms of Consignment for Sellers sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. 9. RESERVES.

(a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and loss and damage warranty charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally.

(d) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £100 10. ELECTRICAL ITEMS. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 11. SOFT FURNISHINGS. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 10 and 11 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request.

12. DESCRIPTIONS. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. 13. UNSOLD. If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 14. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS. These are liable to incur a charge of 15% commission, 1.5 % Loss and Damage Warranty and any other costs incurred including but not limited to illustration and restoration fees all of these charges being subject to VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued.

15. CONDITIONS OF SALE. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion, and as far as practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art Loss register, which is administered by an independent third party.

16. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply.

17. WAREHOUSING. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 18. SETTLEMENT. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 12 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.

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Conditions of Sale Dreweatts carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Dreweatts or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Dreweatts accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2.

(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved.

3. INCREMENTS. Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE. The buyer shall pay the purchase price together with a premium thereon of 28.8% which shall include VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as set out under Information for Buyers. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX. Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT.

(a) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed by us. (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether expressed or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES. (a) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due.

(b) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (c) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES. (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (iv) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (vi) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (vii) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (b) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY. All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. COMMISSION BIDS. Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made.

11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY. The seller warrantstotheauctioneerandyouthattheselleristhetrueowner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY. The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE. The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION.

(a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (b) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. FORGERIES. Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition.

The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. 16. DATA PROTECTION. We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website http://www.dreweatts.com/cms/pages/privacy. GENERAL 17. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 18. (a) Any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

(b) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 19. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail, email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 20. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 21. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 22. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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