Highlights from Chiswick Auctions

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Chiswick Auctions has announced details of its most recent Jewellery & Watches sale, which took place on Tuesday 19 January.

The West London-based auction house, which was established over 20 years ago, revealed which jewellery lots really stood out during the recent Fine Jewellery sale.

A number of key pieces sold very well. Star lots included Lot35A, an 18ct white gold solitaire diamond ring, which sold for £9,120; Lot 108, an 18ct gold and diamond floral cluster ring with a central certified 1.10ct natural yellow diamond stone, which sold for £4,320; and Lot 36, a Cartier 18ct gold Panthere dress ring with emerald eyes, a black enamelled nose and pave diamond set ball boxed with papers, which sold for £8,040.

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Elsewhere Lot 52A, a pair of Art Deco style 18ct white gold and diamond set pendant earrings, sold for £1,920 and Lot 2, a 19th century gold panel dress ring centred with an applied diamond and enamelled chalis, sold for £1,200.

Lot 101A, a 14ct white gold and diamond cluster ring with a certified brown stone sold for £2160, while a 1.08ct, VVS 2, emerald diamond engagement ring with a platinum band (Lot 165) sold for £2,400.

The next Jewellery and Watches sale will be take place Tuesday March 15 2016.

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The author Stacey Hailes

Editor, Professional Jeweller

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