A Victorian diamond set hinged bangle in silver and rose gold, circa 1880, central floral garland designed with seven graduated old mine cut diamonds, claw set between pairs of diamond set leaves enclosed by two millegrain set bands of old mine cut diamonds, all set in silver on gold leading to two 9ct rose gold hinged three bar sections terminating in a tongue and box clasp, total carat weight approximately 4cts, inner diameter 15.5cm unmarked, contained in Spink & Son Ltd fitted leather box
Liz Winnicott DGA - Valuer & Auctioneer
Silver & Jewellery
Liz joins Fieldings as a consultant valuer and auctioneer specialising in jewellery and silver. After studying for an MA in Arts Market appraisal in London, Liz spent several years in a regional auction house progressing to a senior position within the company. More recently, Liz has gained her DGA Diamond diploma with distinction and is a member of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain. Her most significant finds to date include a large collection of 19th Century micromosaic jewellery which sold for in excess of £35,000, an L.S.Lowry pen and pencil drawing which sold for £26,500 and a Rodin bronze sculpture selling for £12,700.