At Fieldings we have a wealth of experience in selling fine, antique and modern jewellery and hold regular monthly auctions of coloured stones, diamonds, antique or modern statement pieces, as well as an annual specialist Christmas auction. For over 200 years Birmingham has been the most important centre for jewellery making. Fieldings are just 10 miles away from that historic location, and Nick who runs the department couldn’t have a more diverse wealth of experience within his field, starting his career working in the jewellery quarter at the tender age of 16. So if you are considering selling your jewellery at auction to a worldwide audience close to the heart of jewellery making, look no further. Read more
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Fieldings house jewellery record was achieved in 2017 for a 5 carat emerald cut diamond solitaire ring selling for £53,000.
Nick's most memorable find was an Art Deco 1920s French Art Nouveau snake pendant, decorated with guilloche enamel and a Baroque pearl.
Nick's dream find - an Art Nouveau Lucien Janvier silver gilt and plique a jour enamel ‘Bat’ Necklace
An 18ct hallmarked emerald cut diamond solitaire ring, claw set stone weighing 5.98ct, colour J/K, clarity VS2, sold £53,000
A mid 20th Century platinum diamond set necklace, sold £7,000
An early to mid 19th Century 15ct rose gold mounted mother of pearl and micromosaic necklace, sold £5,200
A 19th Century 22ct gold and micromosaic hinged bangle, sold £4,400
A late 19th Century gold single stone sapphire ring, sold £11,000
An Art Nouveau pendant designed as an entwined snake, sold £9,900
A contemporary platinum set diamond solitaire ring, claw set brilliant cut stones weight 5.19ct, colour J, clarity VVS2, sold £33,000
A platinum Art Deco diamond and jadeite brooch, sold £4,200
An 18ct white gold diamond graduated Riviera necklet, sold £13,000