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Perfect for any occasion and time of day or night, this ladies diamond dial Rolex reference 79174 will always look just perfect and always be admired. Made in stainless steel it is fitted with the 18ct white gold bezel for that added elegance and is of course set with that fabulous diamond dial. Set on a blue background, the blue dial itself looks so elegant, so when it is highlighted with ten diamonds it looks even more special. Measuring 26mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown, it is fitted on the Rolex Jubilee band which is in excellent condition as is the automatic movement which has just been fully serviced and comes with our twelve month warranty. The movement is the highly reliable 31 jewelled Rolex calibre 2235 and will never let you down. Day or night, this is such a versatile ladies Rolex for any woman of any age. Stock# W908 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust reference 79174 Circa: 1999 $Sold.
Here is such a rare antique family photo locket that holds not 2, 3 or even 4 photos, but an incredible 6 and not only this, but also has the most exquisite hand engraving on both sides. Dating from the Edwardian era of the early 1900's, this antique family locket measures 31.4mm across by 33.6mm or 38.7mm to the top of the bail and allows to have 6 photos each 12mm in diameter inside making such a delightful impact once opened. The case is a 9ct rose gold back and front locket meaning that it has a solid plate of rose gold that was pressed over a metal to allow it to be strong enough to hold the photos inside. As the front and back are solid gold, this was able to be expertly hand engraved on both sides as can be seen in the images. Hand engraving is always so much more finer and detailed than machine engraving and adds to the charm and character of this locket even more. An incredible and rare antique photo locket that will be made all the more personal and special when photos of the family are placed inside and worn around the neck. A truly special piece. Stock# ES7054 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
The Rolex Submariner would have to be the most iconic Rolex watch and one of the most sought after and definitive collectors Rolex Submariner watch would have to be without a doubt the infamous Rolex Red Submariner 1680. The Rolex 1980 was first introduced in 1966 and until 1974 has the highly sought after red writing. This Rolex 1680 has the Mark IV dial which is a "feet first" dial meaning that the depth rating of 660 feet comes before the equivalent 200 meters. While on this, it also has the "open 6" where the 6's on the 660 feet are "open" as opposed to later ones where the 6 was completely closed. A vintage Rolex is all about the dial, and the dial itself has achieved a perfect patina as have the hands and sweep seconds. The look is just perfect and will always be admired whenever it is worn. Measuring the iconic 40mm across plus the Rolex screw down crown, it is fitted on its original Rolex Oyster band with the numbered 280 end links. The case back is numbered for being made in the 1st quarter of 1970 and this is backed up by the 2.9 million serial number that is exactly as it should be for a 1970 Rolex. With its original Rolex box, it also has its original Chronometer certificate and papers stating that it was sold in 1974 and it is not uncommon to see a Rolex manufacture date and sale date differing. Inside the automatic movement runs perfectly and comes with our twelve month warranty and no matter where or when this is worn, this is always going to get the attention it deserves as one of the finest Rolex Red Submariner 1680 with box and papers around. Stock# W879 Maker: Rolex Model: Rolex Submariner 1680 Circa: 1970 $Sold.
The Albertina was originally designed not as a bracelet but to hold a ladies pocket watch at one end and secure the tee bar onto an outfit and here is a very beautiful sterling silver antique Albertina with five rows of chain and dating from the 1890â€™s that will look so beautiful worn on the wrist, or attached to a chain to wear around the neck. More commonly seen with three rows of chain, having five really makes such an attractive look and combined with the fancy balls and gorgeous tassel, it measures 20cm from the swivel clip to the tee bar where it can connect to be worn as a bracelet or 28cm to the end of the foxtail links on the tassel. As mentioned, these make such an elegant and stylish bracelet and can easily connect to a chain to make a wonderful look or even connected to another Albertina to make a truly spectacular statement piece. This sterling silver antique Albertina is in wonderful condition and will always be so versatile in how it is worn. Stock# ES7062 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Here is such a lovely antique pink topaz and diamond pendant by Jay's London in its original box that looks divine and has all the charm and character of a time gone by. So finely made in the late 1800's, it was made in 18ct yellow gold and silver. This combination was common as it was known that if diamonds are set into yellow gold, this will reflect yellow into the diamonds and as white gold was not invented until the early 1900's and although platinum was invented earlier, it too was not used in jewellery until the 1900's. Set in the most charming design that will captivate you and all who see it around your neck, the pendant is set with 79 rose cut diamonds that accentuate not only the pink topaz in the centre and below, but the design as a whole. And then there are the pink topaz stones that really stand out so well thanks to the wonderful soft pink that just seem to glow from within. The use of pink really adds that extra charm to an already incredible antique pendant. Measuring 6.1cm from the top to the bottom by 2.7cm wide, this pendant also has the added beauty of being in its original velvet lined box made and retailed by Jays jewellers in London, a company that was established in 1796. The pendant fits perfectly into the box and adds that something extra to the pendant as a whole. A very charming and elegant late Victorian antique pink topaz and diamond pendant for that special person to wear and be complimented on. Stock# T167 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
Dating from the 1930's comes this very elegant Art Deco emerald and diamond ring that sits so well on the finger and would also make a wonderful engagement ring. Beautifully hand made in 18ct yellow and white gold, the ring is set with a very vibrant natural Colombian emerald cut emerald that measures 1.82 carats. The colour and transparency of this emerald is just wonderful and set on each side are two diamonds with the top larger one being a European cut diamond and the lower smaller diamond being a single cut diamond. The simple elegance of graduating sized diamonds add to the quality and craftsmanship of this ring and the diamonds total 0.08 carats. The setting for the emerald measures 8.9mm by 7.9mm wide and from the white section where the diamonds are set across to the other side measures 17.2mm across. Then looking at the ring from the side, the quality in hand making this ring is again shown with the lovely 18ct white gold pillars combined with the yellow gold in such an elegant design. Art Deco rings are always so beautiful and sought after and this one is certainly no exception. Stock# T324 Circa: 1930 $Sold.
Dating from the early 1900's this enchanting Edwardian era peridot and pearl pendant is just so elegant and will suit so easily being worn day or night and always have such a lovely feminine look to it. Made in 9ct gold and set with two peridots that are suspended both in the centre and from the bottom, because of this setting, they have a lovely fluid style to them that adds to the charm and character. Set with thirty seed pearls that graduate in size so beautifully, the pendant measures 23mm wide by 40.5mm from the bottom to the very top of the bail and with a simple chain will be so easy to dress up or down. A very lovely and dainty antique Edwardian era peridot and pearl pendant that will always be loved and cherished. Stock# T281 Circa: 1900 $Sold.
Here is an incredibly vibrant and attractive 18ct antique opal and diamond ring dating from the Victorian era that is sure to be admired every time that it is worn thanks to the diamonds and the superb quality of the opal that sits so proudly in the centre. Beautifully hand made with the most elegant triple design shoulders on each side, this opal and diamond ring dates from the 1890's and measures 11.4mm wide by 24.1mm. The lozenge shape of the ring accentuates the finger so well and has such a regal look to it. In the centre is the fabulous and very fine quality solid Australian opal that throws out all the spectral colours and looks spectacular day or night. This opal showcases why Australian opals have always been regarded as the best of the best and it is so easy to see why when you see such a fine quality opal. Surrounding the opal are sixteen European cut diamonds with one more are each "end" of the opal. The sparkle from these diamonds is sensational and the total diamond weight is 1.65 carats. From all angles, this antique opal and diamond ring is destined to impress all who see and admire it. Stock# ES7027 Circa: 1890 $Sold
Established in 1875, Audemars Piguet have made a name as one of the finest watchmaking companies in the world, and here we have a very elegant vintage 18ct Audemars Piguet with original papers that feel so sleek as it wraps around the wrist thanks to the quality of the gold band. From end to end the watch is made from solid 18ct yellow gold and measures 20cm and includes a clasp that will allow the watch to be worn at full length or shortened. The sleek and elegant style is just one reason that this watch looks and feels so good on the wrist and the dial which is easy to read measures 30mm across plus the crown. Inside is the high grade Audemars Piguet 20 jewelled manual wind calibre 2090 that has been recently serviced, runs perfectly and comes with our twelve month warranty. Complete with the original papers this is such a superb quality watch that is in equally as superb condition. A refined and elegant Audemars Piguet watch. Stock# W880 Maker: Audemars Piguet Circa: 1979 $Sold.
Dating from the 1890's, this antique opal and diamond bangle is just incredible and has such a charm and elegance from a time gone by and is destined to always be loved and admired. Set with eleven solid Australian white opals in 18ct gold, the opals graduate in size to beautifully and perfectly and will have you admiring it on your wrist every time you wear it. Then between each opal are two rose cut diamonds and a further one at each end that adds to the elegance and style of this elegant bangle. From one end across to the other, this distance measures 52mm and at the centre 6.8mm wide and being hinged allows it to sit nice and close to the wrist and fitted with a safety chain gives added peace of mind. And then admiring the bangle from the side will show you how much detail went into making this wonderful piece all those years ago. The scroll work is just incredible and adds to the beauty of this bangle. Perfect for any occasion, this antique opal and diamond bangle is just wonderful. Stock# ES7003 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
The Breitling Navitimer is the most iconic model from Breitling, and here is a great looking vintage Breitling Navitimer 806 watch dating from the mid-1960's that looks so good on the wrist. This particular Breitling Navitimer has the early double wing or twin jet logo at the top and the reverse panda dial with the larger sub-dials. The reverse panda refers to the black dial with white sub-dials and this version has the enlarged sub-dials compared to earlier model. With a great patina the dial is still easy to read and has all the functions of a flight scale for pilots to work out such things as fuel and distance loads. Inside is the great Venus 178 TJ movement which keeps perfect time and comes with our twelve month warranty and being manual wind gives you that great mechanical interaction with it. A great iconic watch, the Breitling Navitimer really has stood the test of time. Stock# W886cc Maker: Breitling Model: Navitimer Circa: 1965 $Sold.
Here is a truly spectacular Art Deco sapphire and diamond bracelet dating from the 1920's that was not only so exquisitely hand made in 18ct white gold and platinum, but also set with the most beautiful natural sapphires and highlighted with diamonds. So many pieces of jewellery from Art Deco era of the 1920's to the 1940's show the quality of craftsmanship and this bracelet is certainly no exception. Set with nine oval facetted Ceylonese sapphires, the colour from these sapphires is just magnificent and all show the most perfect blue colour combined with fantastic transparency and really stand out against the pure white of the platinum. The sapphires total 6.68 carats and in each section there are six rose cut diamonds to highlight each sapphire. These diamonds total 1.08 carats, and both the sapphires and diamonds have the most beautiful millgrain finish which was typical of jewellery of the Art Deco era. This can be seen as the fine crimping along the edge of the setting which adds so much more character and shows the attention to detail that went into hand making this divine bracelet all those years ago. And then there is the elegant hand engraving of the scroll work on the sides to add to the charm and character of this bracelet. This sapphire and diamond section measures 8.6mm wide and will always be admired every time that it is worn. Then the rest of the bracelet is made up of the most tactile mesh link in 18ct gold that feels so sleek around the wrist and measures 18cm in length with even the clasp being beautifully made. From end to end there is no doubt that this is one of the finest and most elegant examples of Art Deco jewellery around and one that will always be admired and loved. Stock# ES7020 Circa: 1920 $Sold