11th Jul, 2017 10:00

Jewellery and Silver

Lot 117


An Arts & Crafts citrine and peridot

An Arts & Crafts citrine and peridot, silver and gold pendant and earring suite, c.1930,
attributed to Dorrie Nossiter, the pendant composed of an oval mixed cut citrine, surrounded by pear cut peridots, all claw set in silver with gold-capped beads between, a citrine briolette suspended below with a trefoil peridot cluster to the cap with a split Figaro chain, pendant 75 x 27mm, together with a pair of matching clip-on earrings, 60 x 23mm,
together with a matched citrine and peridot bracelet attributed to Dorrie Nossiter,
with a centrepiece composed of a scissor cut citrine surrounded by pear cut peridots with gold-capped dots between to a matching small cluster to each side. An emerald cut citrine, claw set in gold at each side with pairs of gold joining links to a further cluster and concealed box clasp with figure of eight safety catch. Bracelet 175mm (4)

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Sold for £920

Condition Report
Tested as silver and 9ct gold.
Bracelet box Collingwood, 46 Conduit Street.
No bottom pad.
Minor marks from wear but no obvious faults or damage.
Requires a professional clean.

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Auction: Jewellery and Silver, 11th Jul, 2017

7 July 2017 By Appointment
9 July 2017 10am 1pm
10 July 2017 9am - 5pm
11 July 2017 from 9am

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