Auction house Roseberrys’ next jewellery sale is to see a pear-cut diamond pendant with an upper estimate of £120,000 go under the hammer.

The Tuesday, 14 September auction will be Roseberrys’ third jewellery and watch sale of the year and will commence at 11am. Viewing slots are available by appointment only in the days leading up to the event.

The standout of the show is the 7.50ct pear-cut diamond pendant with an estimate of £80,000-120,000 and accompanied by a report from the Gemmological Certification Services.


Other highlights include lot 205, a pair of diamond single stone ear studs, the
brilliant-cut diamonds each weighing approximately 1.1ct in claw mounts.

This pair of earrings has been entered onto the market with an estimate of £4,000-6,000.

Mark Bowis, head of Roseberrys’ jewellery and watches department, commented: “The sale comprises of 210 lots and includes a varied selection of antique and modern jewellery.

“There is a wide selection of rings and possible diamond engagement rings, featuring a 3.67ct solitaire, lot 207, that comes with an estimate of £35,000-40,000.

“Perhaps more affordable is a square modified brilliant-cut diamond ring, with report from the GIA, lot 192, coming with an estimate of £700-1,000.

“There is also a neat group of 1960s diamond and gem bombe rings individually estimated from £300-500.

“Watches in the sale include examples by Rolex, IWC and Omega.”