The sale of Jewels taking place in London on 13th March 2012 has a wide selection of jewels to suit every individuals taste.
There is an impressive gold and citrine parure, circa 1830 in its original fitted tooled leather case, an interesting mid 19th century archaeological revival jewel by John Brogden. There are some examples of early 20th century French jewels including a collection of gold and opal jewels and a beautiful demi-parure of oak leaves and acorns formed in gold with seed pearls, by Charles Rivaud.
The sale includes some elegant natural pearl jewels and a diamond necklace/tiara from the late 19th century. A collection of several jewels and objects formerly in the collection of Edith, Lady Londonderry and her daughter Lady Mairi Bury and two jewels by the highly respected British jeweller Andrew Grima also feature.
From beautiful necklaces, earrings and rings by well known jewellery houses including Cartier, Boucheron and Van Cleef & Arpels there is something to suit every collector with prices starting from £3,000.