4 June 2008,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 1,500
GBP 1,200 - GBP 1,500
Comprising: a pavé sapphire bombé cluster with diamond twin arrowhead detail, to an expanding hinged hoop; a late 19th century pearl and old brilliant-cut diamond cluster, please note that the pearl has not been tested for natural origin; an 18ct. gold and diamond twist design ring, by Kutchinsky, hallmarked London 1971; a pierced ropework bombé cluster with circular turquoise accents, one turquoise deficient; a crossover of ram's head design with eight-cut diamond horns, green gem eyes and black enamel decoration; an old brilliant-cut diamond five stone ring, three stones defcient; a diamond set belt and buckle design ring; a 22ct. gold band; and an 18ct. gold band (9)
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