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Here is a wonderful antique pocket watch key that can not only be used to wind a pocket watch, but can so easily be worn as a pendant or attached to a bracelet making a very special and unique charm. Dating from the 1870's, this antique pocket watch key will of course wind a pocket watch, but would also make a wonderful and very unique pendant on charm. Measuring 5.2cm in length, the key is made from rolled gold where the gold is rolled and bonded to the metal shape making it hard and durable to wind the pocket watch, all the while having the gold on the outside to give it such a lustrous finish. The pocket watch key has a ratchet system allowing the lower section to rotate, making it easier to wind a pocket watch and shows the level of sophistication that went into making what is normally considered as secondary to a pocket watch itself. With a beautiful swan on the top, this is a fabulous piece that no matter how it is used or worn, will always be admired. Stock# ES9381 Circa: 1870 $Sold.
The look and feel of this pocket watch is just perfect to hold in the palm of your hand, thanks to it size, heft and feel of the engine turned case. Made for Angus & Coote, a jewellery company that was founded in Sydney in 1895 and is still around today throughout Australia making this pocket watch one with an Australian history behind it, the case was made in Birmingham in 1912 in 9 carat rose gold. The colour of the case has that lovely warm tone to it, that adds to the charm and character of the pocket watch. With the front having an engraved plate section which has never been engraved, and could be used to engrave ones initials onto it, the case itself measures 50mm across by 67.5mm from the bottom to the top of the bow. With a lovely pure white dial with traditional black Roman numerals and sub-seconds at the bottom, the dial is signed "Angus & Coote Ltd. Sydney 16 Jewels Swiss made" Even after all these years, the dial is still in pristine condition and so easy to read. Powered by a very high grade movement that has been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty, this pocket watch would be perfect for that special occasion or event and will no doubt always be admired. Stock# W1115 Case hallmarked: Birmingham 1912 $Sold.
The Rolex Cellini is quite different to the more common Rolex Oyster range in that it is more of a dress watch and here is a very special and beautiful vintage Rolex Cellini in 18 carat gold. Fitted with a diamond bezel that has 38 diamonds that total 0.76 carats, this bezel highlights beautifully the gorgeous dial. The colour of the dial has an amazing copper colour to it that reflects the light so well, and combined with the diamonds around the bezel, there is no doubt that this watch will always get the attention that it rightly deserves. And making this dial even more special is the fact that it is a Sigma dial. When looking at the bottom of this dial, on each side of the word "Swiss", there is the Greek letter, Sigma which can be seen here â€“ Ã“. What this subtle yet important mark designates, is that the hands and index markers are in solid gold. Used by approximately seven watch companies in Switzerland from 1970, it was among its main reason to signify when gold parts were on the dial to subsequently add to both the financial and intrinsic value of a watch. Measuring 28mm across, this makes it such an elegant and practical size for a ladies wrist, and from end to end the watch measures 18cm in length. Inside it is powered by the highly reliable 19 jewelled manual wind Rolex calibre 1600 that not only keeps perfect time, but also comes with Rolex service papers. Along with its service papers, it also comes with its original papers showing that it was sold in 1976. With the diamonds capturing the light, the gorgeous colour of the dial to the solid gold band, this is a magnificent ladies Rolex watch that will always be worn with pride. Stock# ES9836 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Cellini reference 3810 Circa: 1975 manufacture date /1976 original sale date $Sold
The Suffragette movement was pivotal in such things as giving the right to vote to women, and was a very strong and powerful movement that started in the late 1800's Suffragette jewellery is easily recognisable by having three main colours, green, white and violet, and in this pendant, it is set with peridot for the green, pearls for the white and garnet for the purple in a design that is so elegant and will no doubt always be admired. From the way the pearls graduate so elegantly around the sides, to the vertical bars all the way to the garnet that sways elegantly at the bottom, this is a piece of jewellery that is not only beautiful, but also steeped in history. Measuring 28.4mm across by 39mm plus the bail for the chain, this is a spectacular pendant that is as poignant today as when it was made over 100 years ago. Stock# U226 Circa: 1910 $Sold.
This antique double sided photo locket was made in 1883 and not only has such a beautiful design of flowers around the edge, but the inner section on the front has another floral design highlighted with rose and yellow gold making this so beautiful to admire. The detail is so charming and with the rose and yellow gold, this really highlights the floral design so well. Measuring 35.4mm across by 44.9mm or 61.9mm to the top of the bail, the size is just as lovely and this will look so beautiful when worn day or night and will easily suit being work with a multitude of different styles of chains. On the back it was hand engraved with the initial "LDJ" and if this locket could talk, what a wonderful history it no doubt has had. With a design that will always be admired, this is a wonderful antique locket to be loved forever. Stock# ES8268 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1883 $Sold.
Here is not only a very beautiful antique ring, but also one that is very comfortable and practical to wear all the time as well as being perfect for any finger and occasion. Made in Birmingham in 1916 in 9 carat rose gold, the colour of the gold has that lovely tone that looks so beautiful on any skin. With a very attractive design that sits nice and low on the finger, the ring measures 8.9mm wide at the centre by 4.5mm at the back. This ring is a perfect example of a piece of jewellery that is over 100 years old and will always look and feel perfect on the finger. Stock# ES9249 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1916 $Sold.
The colour of the amethyst in this ring is so beautiful and the simple, yet elegant setting helps to show the amethyst off perfectly. Made in the 1960's and set in 9 carat gold, the amethyst measures 8.80 carats in size, and the top of the ring measures 12.1mm across by 15.6mm. This ring sits so well on the finger, and day or night, this is one ring that will always capture the eye and be admired. Stock# ES9258 Circa: 1960 $Sold.
Wedgwood cameos have such a wonderful distinct look to them with the white subject matter on the iconic powder-blue background, and here is a charming Wedgwood cameo ring that was made in 1924 and looks as charming today as when it was made. The cameo depicts a woman playing a lyre, and the detail in the entire cameo is just so beautiful to admire and show just why Wedgwood cameos have been so highly regarded over the centuries. Set into a 9 carat rose gold hand made setting with a lovely split design band, the cameo itself measures 16.5mm by 7.8mm, making it the perfect size that will suit any finger. With the rose gold having such a wonderful warm colour to it, this combination with the blue and white is just perfect. Stock# ES9817 Hallmarked: Chester 1924 $Sold.
The design of this ring is so simple and elegant and showcases the beautiful sapphires, diamonds as well as the design as a whole and would easily suit any finger and occasion, including making a wonderful engagement ring. Hand made in 18 carat gold in the 1920's, the ring is set with three sapphires with the two end ones having a total weight of 0.36 carats and the centre one weighing 0.24 carats. All displaying such a fine blue colour, the ring is set with two European cut diamonds on each side of the centre sapphire that total 0.16 carats and add the right amount of sparkle to the ring. Measuring 13.8mm across by 4.9mm wide at the centre, this ring is one that will never go out of fashion or style and always look amazing on the finger. Stock# ES9816 Circa: 1920 Sold
This is the iconic ladies Rolex Datejust watch and there is something so perfect about the white dial combined with Roman numerals that this watch has that gives it such a beautiful and elegant look that combined with the 18 carat gold and stainless steel case and band, makes it perfect for day or night. The case measures 26mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown and the yellow gold bezel makes the white dial stand out even more. Fitted on the 18 carat yellow gold and stainless steel Rolex Jubilee band that is in wonderful condition, inside it is powered by the 29 jewelled automatic Rolex calibre 2135 that runs beautifully and comes with our twelve month warranty. This is the perfect ladies Rolex that will always be perfect for any occasion and always worn with love and pride. Stock# W1825 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust reference 69173 Circa: 1991 $Sold.
Here is a ring that will captivate you from every angle that you look at it, and one that will no doubt always be loved and admired. Hand made in the 1860's in 18 carat yellow gold, the ring is set with eight pearls that have such a beautiful pure white colour to them as well as an amazing lustre. The pearls look even more fabulous set into the rich golden yellow colour of the gold, and will so easily suit being worn on any finger. Then there is the band which is incredible to admire. The band has been hand carved more than just engraved, resulting in a truly extraordinary finish to the ring which is made even more amazing when you consider that this was done 160 years ago. The ring has such an incredible tactile feel to it, and to add to the romantic charm of the ring, the underside is hand engraved wit the initials "MA". From one end pearl across to the other side, this distance measures 4.6mm across, and at the back of the ring, the band measures 2.0mm wide. This ring is a fabulous example of a mid-Victorian ring that will never go out of fashion or style, and will always feel so special on your finger. Stock# U203 Circa: 1860 $Sold.
Here is a spectacular natural Colombian emerald set into an equally spectacular setting that was all made during the Art Deco period of the 1920's. Hand made in platinum, the detail in this ring is so exquisite and highlights the quality and fine detail that can only be achieved by using platinum. Whereas gold can be drawn into quite a fine wire, platinum can go so much finer and allows for the incredible detail on the side of the ring that is so captivating. However it is the truly magnificent and incredible quality of the emerald that steals the show. For centuries, Colombian emeralds have been regarded as the best in the world, and this Colombian emerald truly showcases this. With such an incredible and intense colour, matched with a superb clarity, this is one of the finest emeralds around and will take your breath away when you see it in any light. This emerald is so incredible and combine it with it being all made and set during the 1920's and this is truly one fabulous ring. The emerald measures 2.84 carats and even the way the claws were made to not only securely hold the emerald in place, but make a feature as though they are grabbing and holding the emerald aloft. Highlighted with sixteen diamonds on each side that are set into the most beautiful setting, the diamonds total 0.28 carats and highlight the emerald as well as the design of the ring. From every angle, there is no doubt that this is a spectacular Art Deco ring of the finest quality. Stock# ES9792 Circa: 1920 $Sold.