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Auction Calendar

Our next Two Day Sale of Antiques and Collectables will be on Monday 14th & Tuesday 15th August. Our next specialist Jewellery sale will be on Monday 14th August from 10am.

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Free Valuation Days

Wednesday 26th Jul
Essex Auction Rooms, 37 Websters Way, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8JQ
10:00am
Thursday 27th Jul
Essex Auction Rooms, 37 Websters Way, Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8JQ
10:00am

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Specialist Auction Sales

We have regular Specialist auctions at our saleroom in Essex of Watches, Jewellery, Toys & Models, Militaria, Sporting Memorabilia and Rock & Pop Memorabilia.

Forthcoming specialist sale dates:
Specialist Jewellery - Monthly
Toys & Models - 21st August 2017
Classic Cars - 10th September 2017
Rock & Retro - 30th September 2017
Toys & Models - 18th October 2017
Sporting Memorabilia - 23rd October 2017
Watches - 15th November 2017

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Auction Catalogue

You can view all the lots from our latest auction online catalogue here.

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Estimate: £5000
Sold: £7500
An original oil on canvas painting by Austrian artist George Jung, (1899-1957), depicting a father sketching his children, signed G.Jung, dated '28. Frame size approximately 65.5x95.5cm

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Estimate: £500
Sold: £760
A gent's 18ct gold pocket watch made by John Walker, dial numbered 13132, inside of case engraved with presentation inscription to a Mr Brooks, former Metropolitan fireman, dated 1871

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Estimate: £400
Sold: £380
A bronze table bell in the form of a satyr seated in front of a cauldron and holding the lid under which a small figure can be seen peeping out, approx height 16cm.

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Estimate: £600
Sold: £550
A 19th Century Nuremberg silver vessel in the form of a bear with cabochon garnet eyes, approx height 10.5cm.

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Estimate: £300
Sold: £510
An anatomical specimen of an adult human skull.

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Estimate: £1400
Sold: £1100
An 18ct white gold Soltaire diamond ring with modern design, a brilliant cut round diamond approximately .80 ct, size L.

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Estimate: £1900
Sold: £1400
A faint yellow coloured diamond Solitaire ring, approximately 2.2 ct total weight. Set in 18 ct yellow gold. Size M.

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Estimate: £3000
Sold: £4600
A quality ladies diamond solitaire ring, set in Platinum. IDRC. Gemologist analysis, the diamond is 2.95 carat weight, Colour is graded at O-P and Clarity Grade VS.ring size O, Sold with the Independent IDRC, report.

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Estimate: £800
Sold: £1900
A quality vintage brooch set with diamonds and an emerald, the central old cut diamond 1.20 caret. The pear shaped emerald 0.60 of a caret set with further small diamonds. IDRC Gemologist analysis. Of the old cut central set diamond, 1.20 carat, colour grade J/K clarity grade VS. Total weight 6.7g unmarked, sold with IDRC independent report.

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Estimate: £1000
Sold: £1000
"An emerald and diamond ring set in 18ct yellow gold, the central emerald 3.50 Carat. Surrounded by sixteen diamonds total 1.75ct. With G/H colour and VS clarity. Ring size N. sold wit IDRC independent gemologist report. "

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Estimate: £3000
Sold: £3350
"A quality ladies old cut diamonds and platinum ring of Art Deco design. Ring size O. IDRC, Gemologist analysis, central diamond 2.50 carat colour Grade L/M Clarity SI. Set with a further 22 smaller diamonds. "

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Estimate: £800
Sold: £740
A ladies 18ct white gold bar bracelet inset with diamonds, total carat at least 1.5, total weight approximately 20 grams.

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We are a family firm of auctioneers that was first established in 1947. Based in Rayleigh, Essex, we hold monthly two day auctions of Antiques, Jewellery and Collectables selling over 20,000 lots on an annual basis.

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