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Grand Tour era necklace containing 21 cameos and intaglios, estimated at £10,000-15,000 at Woolley & Wallis.

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Wellington history

The sale at Woolley & Wallis in Salisbury on November 17 includes this Grand Tour era necklace containing 21 cameos and intaglios, above.

Originally from the collection of Arthur Wellesley, 2nd Duke of Wellington (1807-84), it has a guide of £10,000-15,000.

It is displayed here by jewellery department head Marielle Whiting, who, currently on maternity leave, popped into the saleroom for a photoshoot.

woolleyandwallis.com

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Archaeological revival scarab bangle, estimated at £4000-6000 at Tennants.

Tennants’ Fine Jewellery, Watches & Silver sale in Leyburn on November 13 includes this archaeological revival scarab bangle. Three curved yellow gold bands within a wire and beadwork frame are each decorated with a swivel mounted oval cornelian scarab. Estimate £4000-6000.

tennants.co.uk

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Victorian archaeological revival Etruscan-style shield form brooch, estimated at £180-250 at Sworders.

A more modest example of the Victorian archaeological revival comes for sale at Sworders’ Live Online sale of Jewellery on September 29. This Etruscan style shield form brooch, c.1870 testing as 9ct gold, is guided at £180-250.

sworder.co.uk

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Victorian period 15ct gold, diamond and enamel bar brooch, offered with an opening bid of £150 at Hogben Auction Galleries.

This Victorian period 15ct gold, diamond and enamel bar brooch is included in Hogben Auction Galleries’ timed online sale in Hythe ending on September 30.

The opening bid is £150.

westenhangerauctioneers.com