Antique Pique (pee kay) brooch weight 9 grams. This rare piece of pique jewellery is inlaid with gold. It has a finely executed entwined central design with cross dashed border, presented on a band of gold and arrow detailing to the outer edge. It is in very good original condition for its age. You will find that most pique jewellery items are created in tortoise shell, often made from the hawksbill turtle, pieces were crafted from the 1700's to the late 19th century.
Three Victorian Miniature Scent Bottles. This lovely little trio came from one of the most interesting collections that I have come across. There is a square Dark Green porcelain one with a gilt metal screw top, an oval porcelain ox blood coloured one with a gilt metal screw top and thirdly, a lovely crystal cut glass bottle with faceted corners, a yellow metal collar and push on stopper (most probably gold). Three nice pieces from a fine collection. Size: 2.25 x2 2.5cm
Art Deco Solid Gold and Platinum bar brooche. This Beautiful brooche is inset with a central Sapphire and Five Diamonds surrounding. In it's original box from 'Jays of Brighton' This Brooche is directly from the collection of the Late Lady Nacy Walpole of Wolterton Hall in Norfolk. A truly lovely piece with a Famous provenance.
Solid Silver Charm Bracelet A heavy solid silver bracelet, complete with safety chain and charms including; Poodle Sewing Machine Vintage Telephone Bull 21 Key Vintage Pram A Duck A Guard A Heart Deatachable Church revealing a Marriage Brixham 1 Mile Stone Bridlington Coin Dramstadt Shield Tea Pot Solid Silver Seal St Christopher A house, within which a man & woman move around Cleethorpes Shield Fawn playing a Flute An Anchor Intwined within Rope Old London Cab St...