1. A Kutchinsky bracelet
A 1960s 18ct gold bracelet signed Kutchinsky, with hallmarks for London 1968 and maker’s case. Designed as a series of rope-twist curb-links, with similarly-designed clasp, the bracelet is 20.5cm long and weighs 203.9gms. Estimated at £6000-8000, it sold at £5800.
2. A Tiffany & Co Jean Schlumberger ring
A Tiffany & Co diamond 'Sixteen Stone' ring of bi-colour design, with a brilliant-cut 1.14 ct diamond and cross spacers. Signed Tiffany & Co, Schlumberger. This ring is by Jean Schlumberger (1907-87) for Tiffany. Estimated at £2000-3000, it sold at £1900.
3. A Beaudouin brooch
This early 20th century 18ct gold diamond cultured pearl and enamel brooch is designed as a green enamel foliate spray, with graduated cultured pearl buds. It has a suspending rose-cut diamond and cultured pearl drop. With a maker's mark for A. Beaudouin, it is believed to be a Georges Le Turcq design. Estimated at £2000-2500, it sold below estimate at £1900.
4. Theodor Fahrner pendant and earrings
This early 20th century silver amethyst and marcasite pendant and earrings bear a maker's mark for Theodor Fahrner (1859-1919). Designed as an oval-shape amethyst with marcasite openwork geometric panel, the necklace is suspended from an integral fancy-link chain, with amethyst bead highlights, and comes with similarly designed earrings. Estimated at £450-650, it sold at £740.
5. 'Space Apple' pendant
This 1970s silver acrylic 'Space Apple' pendant, designed as a stylised apple, with vari-hue acrylic abstract detail, is suspended from an integral fancy-link chain. Signed Lapponia, with a maker's mark for Björn Weckström, the piece has Finnish convention marks. Estimated at £300-400, it sold at a mid-estimate £360.
The full catalogue of the auction can be found on thesaleroom.com.
See also our original preview of these jewellery items.
Additional reporting by Katie Ball.