The jewellery department is a very popular and busy section of our main antique sale at the Abbey auction gallery. We usually sell around 250 lots of jewellery each sale, including antique and modern gold jewellery, scrap gold, good quality costume jewellery, diamond rings and much more. The jewellery is fully illustrated on our website with multiple images of each lot, and is viewed by a huge number of people every month, in the saleroom and on the internet.
Our valuers are available to provide free assessments on any weekday, no appointment necessary but best to call first. If you have any jewellery you are aren’t wearing, or would like an up-to-date idea of its value, or if you are considering sending your jewellery to a high-street scrap gold dealer, give us a call first.
Will Ellin - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Recent Department Highlights
A superb 3.75ct marquise-cut solitaire diamond ring, colour approx. G, clarity approx. VS with no visible inclusions, small diamond set shoulders in 18ct white gold settings, setting height 17mm, size L, main stone dimensions 15.5mm x 7.8mm x 5mm.Sold for: £18,000
<p>From the Collection of HRH The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon: An aquamarine brooch, by John Donald, the central irregularly faceted aquamarine crystal within an abstract border of radiating textured round tubes, 18ct gold settings engraved with Royal M cipher, circa 1967, brooch length 67.8mm, aqua length 30mm, 27.5g, with certificate from Kensington Palace signed by Viscount Linley (Prov. ex Christie's sale, Lot 44, 13th June 2006)</p>Sold for: £7,000
A 2.5ct 3-stone diamond ring, central marquise brilliant-cut diamond approx 1.5cts, colour approx F-G, clarity approx VVS/VS, flanked by 2 pear-shaped brilliant-cut diamonds, each stone approx 0.5cts, colour approx G-H, clarity approx VS/SI, hallmarked platinum settings, size J, 5.5gSold for: £6,000