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Green solander box containing loose images mounted on card, circa 1900, including various rural scenes, mostly sheep faming, shearing, etc. (17 items). Mainly 14.5 x 20.5cm, Most images appear to emanate from Elderslie Station, Oamaru, New Zealand.
A loose Kashmir blue sapphire, the rectangular step cut deep blue sapphire of 2.28cts, accompanied by a GSL report stating no evidence of heat treatment and the origin of the sapphire is Kashmir. Condition: Presents in excellent condition, no chips or abra
A loose diamond, the round brilliant cut diamond of 4.20cts, accompanied by a GSL report stating colour H, clarity VS2. Condition: the diamond is in excellent condition and has been graded as very good proportions with a medium culet and faint fluorescence
An opal and diamond cluster ring, the oval solid white opal cut en cabochon having four graduated round brilliant cut diamonds set to each shoulder totalling 0.80cts, mounted in 18ct white gold, ring size U. Condition: ring presents in good condition. Opal
A Lavender jadeite suite, comprising a ring and pair of earrings, each set with an oval lavender jade cut en cabochon, mounted in 14ct gold, ring size P. Condition:, having post and butterfly clip fittings. This jade is uncertified and May have been treate
Round brilliant-cut diamond, the loose diamond weighing 1.06 carats. Accompanied by a GSL report numbered AA56374/2, dated 27 January 2016, stating that the 1.06 carat diamond is M (Brownish) colour, SI2 clarity.
Round brilliant-cut diamond, the loose diamond weighing 1.51 carats. Accompanied by a facsimile GIA report numbered 6127528746, dated 27 August 2010, stating that the 1.51 carat diamond is D colour, VS2 clarity, laser inscribed.
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