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Preview: Fellows Antique & Modern Jewellery Auction

We introduce you to the lots to know about at this week’s big antique and modern jewellery sale at Fellows

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All that glitters is not gold at the Fellows Antique & Modern Jewellery sale this week; there’s also platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires… the list goes on. With hero lots including Cartier and Tiffany & Co, check out the online catalogue and get your bids placed early.

The Fellows Antique & Modern Jewellery Sale

With estimates ranging from £150 to £25,000, there’s something for everyone at Fellows’ latest Antiques & Modern Jewellery sale –just in time for the new season. Celebrating ‘The Beauty of Nature’, there are lots such as a late Victorian pearl and diamond spider brooch, and a pair of diamond and ruby elephant earrings, as well as more classic pieces such as impeccable diamond rings – one weighing 4.77cts.

You can view the full catalogue online, or check out the lots in person at one of the pre-sale viewings listed below.

Sign up online to be a part of the action (or, ahem, auction) taking place on the 12th October at 11am.

The Lots to Know

The hero lots for this sale are a Cartier gold and diamond ‘Love’ bangle, a Tiffany & Co. ‘Lucida-cut’ diamond ring, an Ilias Lalaounis 18ct gold necklace and an early 20th-century diamond kangaroo brooch.

Cartier, Lot 274 – An 18ct Gold Diamond Hinged ‘Love’ Bangle. Estimate: £10,000 – £15,000

Cartier Love Bracelet Fellows

‘An 18ct gold diamond ‘Love’ bangle. The pave-set diamond hinged band, with brilliant-cut diamond collet spaced highlights. Signed and numbered Cartier, XV 5966. Total diamond weight 3.16cts. Italian marks. Inner diameter 5.5cms. Weight 39.3gms. With maker’s case and certificate.’

Tiffany & Co. Lot 323 – A Platinum ‘Lucida-Cut’ Diamond Single-Stone Ring. Estimate: £4,500 – £6,500

Tiffany Lucida Diamond Tiffany

‘A ‘Lucida-cut’ diamond single-stone ring. The Lucida-cut diamond, weighing 1.01cts, with slightly tapered shoulders. Signed and numbered Tiffany & Co., D64725. With report 11382124, dated 18th December 2000, from the GIA, stating G colour, VVS1 clarity. Ring size I1/2. Weight 5gms. With maker’s case.’

Ilias Lalaounis, Lot 307 – An 18ct Gold Necklace. Estimate: £3,500 – £4,500

Ilias Lalaounis Necklace Fellows

‘An 18ct gold necklace. Of Persian influence, the graduated disc and bead fringe, suspended from a three-row bead-link chain and rope-twist back-chain. Signed Ilias Lalaounis. Import marks for London, 1986. Length 40cms. Weight 144.2gms.’

Lot 52, An Early 20th Century Diamond Kangaroo Brooch. Estimate: £900 – £1,400

Kangaroo Brooch Fellows

‘An early 20th-century diamond kangaroo brooch. Designed as a pave-set diamond kangaroo, in mid-bound, with red gem eye. Estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct. Length 3.9cms. Weight 6.9gms.’

View the full online catalogue here and in person at the following times:

3rd October 12 – 7pm (London)

7th October 11am – 4pm (Birmingham)

10th October 10am – 4pm (Birmingham)

11th October 10am – 4pm (Birmingham)

12th October 8.30am – 11am (Birmingham)

The auction will take place on Thursday 12th October, starting at 11am.

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