The first dedicated Jewellery Auction of 2020 was a busy one with only a few spare seats in the room. Several bidders came for two lots in particular by luxury brand Chopard.
Lots 256 and 311 sold for £3800 and £1000 respectively including fees. After competition from online, the first sold to an absentee bidder and the second to a bidder in the saleroom. It was a ruby and diamond dress ring (lot 343) that took the top spot for rings.
This Art Deco style piece made £2300, selling to an absentee bidder based in Poland. In fact, coloured stones feature prominently in the top performing lots of the day, demonstrating their continuing popularity.
Entries are invited for the next Jewellery Auction. Do you have something to sell? Come along and see one of our specialists anytime weekdays 8.30-5pm, no appointment needed. Or contact Amy Cameron on 0141 810 2880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.