Auction of Antiques, Collectables & Part One of the
Clifford, Rosemary & Penelope Ellis Studio Sale
on Saturday 28th January 2017
Thursday 26th January 10am - 4.00pm
Friday 27th January 12 noon - 7.00pm
Saleday from 8.30am
Sale commences at 10.00am
Lots: 349-397 of 620
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Lot Description and Estimate Images Sold For

Hallmarked Silver: Three pairs of George III and later silver sugar tongs, comprising; rare English provincial Old English bright cut, Newcastle circa 1805 by Dorothy Langlands; fiddle pattern, London 1888 by James Boyton; and fancy Queens pattern marks obliterated circa 1810 by Eley, Fearn & Chawner; combined weight approx. 4˝oz.

Estimate: 70-90


Hallmarked Silver: A silver crumb scoop with a double-lobed blade and a turned ivory handle, Sheffield 1917 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd. Approx. 7Ľoz.

Estimate: 150-180


Objects Of Virtu: Ten various modern silver and enamel pill boxes.

Estimate: 120-150


Hallmarked Silver: A silver floral embossed octagonal bon bon or sweet meat dish with a pierced swing handle, Birmingham 1912, maker 'G.M.Co'. Approx. 3oz.

Estimate: 45-65


Silver: 20th century silver cruets in various patterns, including; a baluster mustard pot with a Celtic border, an oblong mustard and salt each with a shaped rim and four pad feet; a vase shaped pepper pot with beaded borders; an oval salt cellar with a reed and ribbon cross border; and a small fluted boat-shaped salt with two handles; together with three old English patter salt spoons; various dates and makers, combined weight approx. 12ľoz.

Estimate: 150-180


Hallmarked Silver: A 1920s silver miniature Billiards trophy cup & three napkin rings; the billiards trophy inscribed 'Leonard Aitken Lewisham Club Ltd Billiards Championship 1930', with two small leaf chased flying scroll handles on a square base, hallmarks for London 1926 by Alfred William Humphreys, 7cm high; another small trophy cup & three inscribed napkin rings, total weight approx. 5oz.

Estimate: 75-100


Victorian gold gentleman's fob chain, long bar and twisted links with t-bar and 2 clasp links. Approx. 16 ins. marked 9ct. 23g.
Estimate: 170-200


Hallmarked Gold & Yellow Metal (Tests 9ct. Gold): Chains, rope twist and fine link, small cross pendants, locket, gold cased Swiss wristwatch, bangle, earrings, etc. Approx. 2.7grams.
Estimate: 200-250


Hallmarked Gold: 9ct bar link bracelet with padlock clasp. approx. 11g.
Estimate: 100-120


Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. gentleman's signet rings plus another, tests 18ct. Approx. 6g.
Estimate: 130-150


Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. wedding band approx. 4.5g.
Estimate: 80-100


hallmarked Gold: 22ct. Wedding band plus another with x pattern. 11.2g. approx. (2).
Estimate: 230-250


Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Ruby set 3 stone gypsy ring plus another 3 stone diamond set. approx. 5g.
Estimate: 200-250


Hallmarked Gold dress and signet rings 6 = 12g. plus 4 set with stones, 10g. inclusive. (10).
Estimate: 130-150


Sapphire and diamond dress ring, hallmarked and set , 9ct gold.
Estimate: 40-50


Early 20th cent. Diamond (0.4ct. x 2) and Sapphire (1-4 ct.) 3 stone 18 ct. gold (tested) ring.
Estimate: 800-1000


Jewellery: 2 x 18ct gold rings 5.3g approx both with diamond chips plus 1 x 22ct band 2.8g approx.
Estimate: 80-120


Hallmarked Gold: 9ct. gold and yellow metal ships lantern earrings, port & starboard. R.A.F Observers sweetheart brooch, unmarked buckle, scarf clip and 14kt marked amethyst dress ring. Approx. 12 grams weighable.
Estimate: 100-120


Hallmarked Silver: A silver shaped oval, pierced and embossed bob bon dish, hallmarks for Birmingham 1923 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, 13.5cm long; and a silver engine turned pin tray on four pad feet, Birmingham 1922 by William Base & Sons, total weight approx. 3Ľoz.

Estimate: 50-80


Hallmarked Jewellery: A 9ct. white gold, ruby, sapphire and green stone five stone ring, claw set at the centre with an oval ruby, between oval sky-blue sapphires and triangular light green stones probably amblygonite, Birmingham hallmarks after 2000.

Estimate: 100-120


Gold Jewellery: A 9ct. gold and oval amethyst cabochon ring, hallmarks for Birmingham 1963.
Estimate: 100-120


Gold Jewellery: A 9ct. gold and amethyst seven stone cluster ring, 2.2 grams gross, size L.

Estimate: 30-40


Gold Jewellery: Gold Jewellery: A collection of nine 9ct gold and gemstone pendants, set with various stones including opal, tourmaline, ruby, diamonds etc.

Estimate: 120-150


Gold Jewellery: An early 20th century gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant approx. 0.25cts, grain set in white within a rub-over surround on a yellow gold shank, stamped '18ct & Plat' finger size O, 2.3 grams gross.

Estimate: 120-180


Gold Jewellery: An early 20th century gold and diamond three stone cross-over ring, the graduated eight-cut stones approx. 0.10cts total, illusion set in white on a yellow gold shank, stamped '18ct & Plat', ring size R, 2.5 grams gross.

Estimate: 60-80


Gold Jewellery: An early 20th century gold and diamond three stone ring, the graduated old-cut stones approx. 0.20cts, 0.33cts & 0.24cts (0.77cts total), all claw set in platinum on a yellow gold shank, stamped '18ct Pt', ring size K+, 2.9 grams gross.
Estimate: 250-300


Gold Jewellery: An early 20th century gold and diamond two stone cross-over ring, the single-cut stones approx. 0.08cts total, grain set in white square collets, on a yellow gold shank, stamped '18ct', ring size K+, 2.8 grams gross.
Estimate: 80-120


Jewellery: An art deco diamond five stone square cluster ring, the single-cut stones approx. 0.07 cts total, grain set in platinum-flashed gold on a plain shank stamped '18ct' & 'Plat', ring size M, 1.7 grams gross

Estimate: 50-70


Gold Jewellery: A modern 18ct white gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant 0.42cts, claw set on a good quality shank marked inside 'Forever' and set with a another small diamond, London hallmarks, ring size N, 3.7 grams gross.

Estimate: 600-700


Gold Watch: A Vertex 9ct. gold open face pocket watch, top wind. The case with an internal inscription & hallmarks for Birmingham 1934.
Estimate: 350-450


Gold Jewellery: A Victorian gold, pale blue enamel, emerald, pearl and rose diamond round brooch, with a central bosse within a dished surround and a rope twist border, previously with a locket back.

Estimate: 300-400


Jewellery: A rare Victorian emerald, sapphire and diamond 'peacock feather' brooch, numbered '367', 4.8cm long (1 7/8ths inch) by decent from the estate of Siegfried Sassoon's aunt Mrs Rachel Beer, This brooch purchased by Leo Sassoon in 1927, from an auction held by Messrs Curtis & Henson, 5 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, London W1, on Monday July 25th 1927, Siegfried's aunt was Mrs Rachel Beer, the original purchase price was 23 guineas; sold with the original catalogue where it was lot 863.

Estimate: 4000-6000


Gold Jewellery: A modern 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant approximately 0.77cts, claw set in white between small diamond two stone shoulders, on a yellow gold shank, ring size M, hallmarks for London after 2000.
Estimate: 1200-1500


Gold Jewellery: Georgian tremblant diamond spray brooch, 9ct. gold set (tested) old cut stones ranging from .50 to 0.035, 112 stones mainly G-1 colour PI - 5I clarity. Approx. 8 carat total. (breakdown size sheet available to view).
Estimate: 2500-3000


Jewellery: Yellow metal (tests 18ct) marked belcher style chain. Approx 14grams.
Estimate: 200-250


Hallmarked Gold & Yellow Metal Jewellery: Art nouveau style pendant with amethyst coloured droplets & seed pearls stamped 9ct. plus two rings and a small pendant all hallmarked 9ct. Approx. 10grams.
Estimate: 140-160


Hallmarked Gold: 18ct. Greek key wedding band - diamond gypsy style ring (1 stone missing) plus seed pearl ring (1 pearl missing). Approx. 11grams.
Estimate: 180-200


Watches: Roamer Stingray Limited Edition, Automatic Chrono diver wristwatch ref 1970. Presented unworn in it's original box with paperwork no. 297/333.
Estimate: 800-1200


Watches: Beitling Windrider Wings automatic A10350 with leather strap, box and pamphlet.
Estimate: 800-1200


W.W.II: c1944 Wristwatch Omega-Pilot/Navigators Air Ministry issue, steel and duralumin cased, silvered dial with blued steel hands, Arabic numerals, engraved numerals to back plate AM 6B/159 A4954 with later replacement strap. Ex. property Group Captain A.C. Hollingsworth R.A.F.
Estimate: 300-500


Watches: Omega c1960s Seamaster De Ville Automatic - date just steel case, silvered dial and hands with Arabic numerals, replacement link bracelet.
Estimate: 120-150


Watches: White metal pocket watch 2˝ins. dia ornate surround to the silvered dial plus a U.S.A. Westclox watch with black face.
Estimate: 30-40


Ellis Family Archive: Gold Watches, Ladies watch 9ct. Swiss made, 15 jewel movement plus a gent's 9ct Accurist wristwatch.
Estimate: 80-120


Hallmarked Silver: Ladies fob watch with ornate silver dial, second hand at 6 o'clock, Fusee movement by J Rumbold Salisbury 1859-1975, the case London 1849.
Estimate: 30-40


Watches: Ladies white metal engraved fob watch maker Langdon Davis plus silver hallmark fob brooch Birmingham.
Estimate: 20-30


20th cent. Costume Jewellery: Earrings, assorted yellow metal, pearl styles. (Tray not included).
Estimate: 20-30


Tanzanite jewellery: Tennis bracelet. Tanzanite set in white metal.
Estimate: 160-200


Tanzanite jewellery: Bracelet, two strand tanzanite.
Estimate: 65-100


American Jewellery: Ammonite pendant set in yellow metal on a round leather thong with yellow metal ends.
Estimate: 110-120


Tanzanite jewellery: Three stone tanzanite ring set in white metal.
Estimate: 80-120

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