Jewellery & Watches

 

Roseberys specialists’ extensive knowledge and experience of the current market has proved an essential combination for the successful sales of both modern and antique jewellery; from fine Edwardian and Victorian pearls through to classic diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds from the house of Cartier, Boucheron, Bulgari and Van Cleef & Arpels, all the way to the beautifully made workshop one off pieces.

We also specialise in antique jewellery ranging from the 13th to the 19th century including well known 19th century art jewellers such as Carlo Giuliano, Castellani, John Brogden and the Great Russian jeweller Karl Fabergé.

With regard to watches we offer desirable pocket watches through to classic wristwatch models such as Rolex, Patek Philippe, Audemars, Piguet and Lange & Sohne.

At Roseberys we understand that jewellery commands a value more than the number of carats, the purity of the metals, and the name of the designer – they hold huge emotional weight. Often the source of our bestselling jewels are from those that have the most interesting personal stories, impeccable craftsmanship and rarity. We particularly look for special objects with and intriguing history and provenance.

Whether buying or selling jewellery and watches at auction, you will find our research services impeccable – our highly trained experts are extremely capable at identifying, testing, documenting and selling precious jewellery and watches.

Our specialist team work hard to guarantee the process of buying and selling is as clear and uncomplicated as possible. We offer a friendly and personal service whereby you will have direct contact with the specialist to make your journey easier.

With a wealth of in-house experience our team of specialists are available for complimentary auction valuations and to advise on the current market. Please do not hesitate to contact a member of our specialist team.

Next Auction Tuesday 16 July

Highlights & Results

 

A diamond and ruby bracelet, composed of circular-cut diamond scroll and carved ruby articulated panels

Price Realised: £12,500

A historically important early 19th century gold ring that was given to Lord Cardigan of 'Charge of the Light Brigade' fame

Price Realised: £11,000

A Russian, platinum, gold, sapphire and diamond brooch, designed as a rose-cut diamond-set

Price Realised: £10,625

A Belle Epoque, platinum, cabochon emerald and diamond ring, c. 1915

Price Realised: £10,250

Talk to a Specialist

 

Mark Bowis, FGA DGA FSA 
Head of Department 
 
markbowis@roseberys.co.uk
+44 (0) 20 8761 2522

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Richard Gibbon 
Specialist

richardgibbon@roseberys.co.uk
+44 (0) 20 8761 2522

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