Acreman St Antiques Auction, Sherborne, is holding its Specialist Jewellery auction and General Antiques auction on Friday 23 September, featuring more than 250 lots of jewellery, including 80 lots being sold on behalf of the Yeovil Hospital New Breast Cancer Unit Appeal.
Among the lots are a pair of large diamond stud earrings 3.02ct total, estimated at £12,000-£14,000; a large diamond set ring with a 4.55ct centre stone set in white gold, estimate £18,000-20,000; a white gold diamond tennis bracelet, estimate £5,000-£6,000; antique Art Nouveau 18ct opal and diamond brooch/pendant in original Spink & Son Ltd fitted box, estimate £500-£600; and antique large-scale gold-mounted cameo of Hebe, estimate £300-400.
The General Antiques Auction includes a hand-signed photograph of Queen Victoria presented to Kate Marsden, an explorer and nurse dedicated to finding the cure for Leprosy; a King Edward VIII book signed by him; a collection of antique and vintage and enamel signs; a collection of antique pewter; and a large Dutch Delft polychrome wall plaque dated 1758 estimated at £500-800.
Acreman is accepting items for its October auction – it is happy to take in everything from single items and specialist collections up to whole house clearances.
Home visits can be arranged. Acreman also offers a complete house clearance service at competitive rates. To discuss consigning items to auction contact Gill Norman by email at email@example.com or by phone on 07908 333577/01935 508764.