the rectangular body with engine-turned decoration, the inner case engraved with initials
of circular form, body flat-chased with scrolls and foliage, the hinged cover with clear window, with one spring compartment, with later pendant converted bale; and Two Gold Sovereigns, one a Queen Victoria Gold Sovereign from Victoria's Jubilee year of 1889, the other an 1895 gold Victorian sovereign (3)
weighing approximately 5.33cts in total
weighing approximately 5.35cts in total
weighing 0.74cts. Accompanied by a G.I.A. Report, no. 2236047021, stating it to be W to X range colour and VS1 clarity.
weighing 0.0.67cts Accompanied by a G.I.A. Report, no. 5172875907, stating it to be U to V range colour and VS2 clarity.
weighing 0.65cts. Accompanied by a G.I.A. Report, no. 6241174607, stating it to be Q to R range colour and I1 clarity.
weighing 1.01cts. Accompanied by a Diamond Grading Report from GIA, no. 1176433447, stating it is K, Faint Brown colour and VS2 clarity.
of plain circular form, distress, impressed 18ct, inner diameter approximately 11cm
with textured design, centred with diamond -set star detail, partially impressed 18ct, size O