Collection of jewellery to include 2 x rings, articulated fish, Rolex bow watch, 2 x cultured pearl necklaces and 3 x small coral mounted items
Lot 665
A collection of jewellery,
Sold for £750 (US$ 1,259) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Oxford
19 Sep 2012 10:00 BST

Auction 19843
Lot Details
A collection of jewellery,
comprising a Rolex nurses watch, the case numbered '932875' to a bow brooch stamped '750', a 15ct gold bloodstone signet ring, a sapphire set ring, a carved coral bear charm, a coral bead horeseshoe brooch, a further coral charm, a cultured pearl necklace to a rose-cut diamond and cultured pearl clasp stamped '750', a further cultured pearl necklace, and an articulated enamelled fish pendant.
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  3. Frances Robinson
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