Summer Auction: Antiques, Collectables & Jewellery
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An antique 18ct yellow gold & platinum ring set with a central emerald cut emerald, approx. 0.25 carats, set either side with a trefoil of single cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 0.06 carats, 2.42gm, size N 1/2 and a 9ct yellow gold single stone ring set with a reddish brown stone (possibly garnet?), 2.13gm, size Q 1/2, (2).
A 9ct yellow gold cased ladies Rotary wristwatch with a rolled gold bracelet, total weight 12.37gm &
A 9ct yellow gold cased ladies Rotary wristwatch with a rolled gold bracelet, total weight 12.37gm & a yellow gold 'Claddagh' design bangle (hallmarked & presumed 9ct) with paste stones in the form of a heart, 5.65gm, (2).
An early 20th century Chinese gouache painting of a sail ship, framed and glazed, with Plymouth framers label on reverse dated 1901.
A mixed lot including an 18ct yellow gold & platinum ring set single stone diamonds, 2.29gm, size H, two pairs of 9ct yellow gold earrings hoops & garnet set studs, & a St Christopher, total weight 3.75gm and a 9ct white gold bracelet set with small single cut diamonds, 7.26gm, (5).
A mixed lot of 9ct yellow gold to include a 21" curb chain, a 16" open link chain with a letter D pendant, a curb link bracelet length 18cm & a fancy link bracelet length 19cm, total weight 21.29gm, (4).
Three WWII medals awarded to SGT.K.C.RICHARDSON 1897388, air gunner 463 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force, with Navigator's, Air Bombers and Air Gunner' Flying Log Book, detailing flights 1944 to 1945 in Lancaster, Wellington, and Stirling aircrafts, a typed extract from the book 'They Fly from Waddington' with Richardson name listed with his address, showing record of various events and sorties, together with a signed photograph of seven pilots and a silver AG badge, also Royal Air Force Service and Release Book to Sgt Richardson Airman, Number 48054. No. 463 Squadron RAAF was a Royal Australian Air Force heavy bomber squadron during World War II.