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The 1964 Melbourne Cup won by Polo Prince, 9ct gold, James Steeth & Son for William Drummond & Co. Ltd., (3), modelled as a three handled loving cup supported on a tapering stem terminating in a stepped circular foot, inscribed 'Melbourne Cup /

A gold collar by William Drummond & Co, of foliate design crafted in 18ct gold, signed W.D & Co, total length 440mm.

A sterling silver comport made for William Drummond & Son, Melbourne, 14 cm high, 21 cm diameter

An antique Australian pearl and diamond ring, of crossover design, comprising an old European cut diamond of 0.75cts, and a cultured pearl measuring 5.5mm, with diamond detail to the shoulders, mounted in 18ct gold, signed William Drummond & Co., ring

An Australian opal brooch, the octagonal panel inlaid with solid opal depicting a landscape scene, mounted in 18ct gold, signed William Drummond.

Hamilton cup trophy. Hamilton cup 1972', by William Drummond Melbourne (1838-1917), raised on stepped foot, flanked by two angular handles, 9ct gold marked to rim of foot, height 24 cm (inc base)

A sterling silver tankard, 1939 London, with maker's mark for William Drummond & Co, retailed through William Drummond Melbourne, the tapering straight-sided tankard with an applied stepped rim and base, the square section ear form handle with a th

A pair of Australian sterling silver toast racks, 20th century, with sterling standard and maker's marks for William Drummond & Co Melbourne, a Gothic arched pair; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 113gr. Height 9 cm. Length 8 cm. Width 5.5 cm

Two Australian sterling silver toast racks, first half 20th century, with sterling standard and maker's marks for William Drummond & Co Melbourne, and Edwin Harrop, a rounded arch rack presented as a golf prize in 1934 and a squared rectangular ra

A ladies Rolex wristwatch, 15 jewel movement, signed case and movement, 15ct gold case. Retailed William Drummond.

George V sterling silver cigarette case with gilded interior, hallmarked Birmingham 1916 by Wilen Neale & Son Ltd, inscribed William Drummond & Co Melbourne

A double strand cultured pearl necklace, the eighty-nine off-round pearls measuring 8.9 - 9.50mm, and hung with a diamond plaque clasp by William Drummond & Co. 18ct white gold and platinum. Length 43cm

A double strand cultured pearl necklace, the one hundred and eighty-seven near round pearls measuring 6.83 - 8.90mm, and hung with a diamond plaque clasp by William Drummond & Co. White gold. Length 85cm

A matching sterling silver creamer and sugar bowl. First half 20th century, with maker's marks for William Drummond & Co. The elegant ovoid creamer and bowl each with a broad waisted neck and a narrow egg and dart border, raised upon a footed base

A ladies diamond wristwatch, manual wind movement, circular white enamel dial with black and red Arabic numerals, 15ct gold case with diamond set bezel to grosgrain black bands, retailed by William Drummond & Co, 28mm diameter. Condition: Ticking but n

A four stone diamond ring, set with four round brilliant cut diamonds totalling 1.52cts, mounted in 18ct gold, ring size K, signed William Drummond. Condition: ring presents in good condition and stones appear secure in their settings. Diamonds are colour

An Art Deco rubellite tourmaline and diamond ring, William Drummond and Co, Melbourne. Four claw set with an 11.88mm round pink tourmaline, in pierced single cut diamond shoulders. Platinum. Weight 4.34 grams. Size O ½.

Gold and opal brooch, William Drummond & Co., Melbourne, 1963, centring an opal claw-set in an 18ct gold open work scalloped surround decorated with foliate motifs, approximately 30 x 25mm. Accompanied by Wm. Drummond & Co. working drawing, quotati

Australian sterling silver rose bowl having a round plain body, with a wire cover, all sitting on a pedestal foot with central banding. Inscribed 'C.P.R.C 1930 S. M. Artaud's 'Graculette' 1st Farewell Handicap 2nd Collendina Stakes. Melbour

Silver presentation Rowing beaker, mark of William Drummond, Melbourne, 1906-1933, with plain body engraved with 'Melbourne Amateur Regatta, Estab. 1903, 1909 Maiden Eights won by Melbourne University Boat Club', and giving details of the winning c

A pair of silver plated three light candelabra. 20th century, with maker's mark of W Drummond & Co Melbourne, the Georgian style candelabra with two scrolling ribbed arms supporting removable floral decorated nozzles, the central capital also with a remova

An antique Australian diamond bangle by William Drummond, the oval hinged bangle featuring a flower cluster centrally set with an old European cut diamond of 2.12cts, flanked by ten further graduated diamonds totalling 3.80cts, mounted in 15ct gold and sil

A 9ct yellow gold pearl and mother of pearl cufflinks and dress studs by WM Drummond & Co, a pair of cufflinks, two dress studs, four button hooks. In original box.

A William Drummond & Co. of Melbourne sterling silver arts & craft tri-form trophy bowl c. 1935

Colonial foliate oval locket. 15ct gold glass front/back locket featuring applied native foliage with a bird, kangaroo and emu to the frame, circa 1870 boxed. Wm Drummond & Co Melbourne

William Drummond & Co Australian silver 19th century kangaroo figure freestanding with finely chased fur, by Drummond stamped on one foot 'Drummond', 'Melbourne', the other 'Pure Australian', 'Silver'. Height 9.5 cm. Weight 260g

A sterling silver jug, 1928 London, with maker's marks for W. Drummond & Co, the globular jug with a columnar upper section and a small beak spout, stepped ribs to the central section and similarly finished to the rim, with a reeded strap 'C' form handle;

Australian sterling silver toast rack, William Drummond and Co

Pair of sterling silver and tortoise shell brushes, Birmingham 1919, also marked William Drummond & Co.Melbourne

A silver plated part flatware service comprising twelve each dinner forks, dessert forks, table spoons, dessert spoons, eleven teaspoons, four each egg and salt spoons, a sugar spoon, two pairs sauce ladles, five table knives, carvers and steel, gravy spoo

A silver bowl and cover with a glass inset and a hinged cover. Together with a plated box and cover. Together with a plated sauceboat, sugar castor. A Sheffield plate muffin dish. Together with a Drummond & Co. Melbourne reproduction Sheffield plate. Toget

Australian Silver: Belt buckle stamped Stg.Silver, W.D&Co (William Drummond). Reverse engraved 'MC Xmas 1894'. 6.5 x 6.5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver pierced pickle dishes with cut crystal liners in a fitted case. London, 1938, maker W. Drummond & Co. with two pickle spoons London, 1937, maker Adie Brothers Ltd, total weight 159g

An Australian 9ct yellow gold bar and citrine brooch one oval lemon citrine measuring 20mm x 15mm, made by William Drummond & Co, Melbourne, considered to be one of the premier jewellery houses of Melbourne, circa 1890.

Four Australian sterling silver items, a pair of coasters and a pair of Ashtrays, mid 20th century for both pairs. The coasters of plain form, monogrammed and with maker's marks F&R with beaver for Fairfax and Roberts; the ashtrays engine turned with finel

A sterling silver goblet and pierced dish, late 19th century to early 20th century. a pierced double handled small bowl with a pierced frieze with maker's marks for William Drummond & Co, and a small 1928 tennis trophy goblet with marks for Stokes & Sons;

An Art Deco opal and diamond ring, featuring an oval opal with fine play of colour weighing 2.50cts, within diamond set shoulders, all in platinum and 18ct white gold, hallmarked W. Drummond & Co., ring size L-M.

Australian theme silver tea spoons by Drummond comprising six teaspoons with Australian native animals and Aborigine together with a pair of English silver sugar tongs retailed and cased by Drummond & Co. Approx weight 155gms Provenance: Ex Vizard collecti

Cox Plate, presented to Ivan Tucker the Trainer of the 1954 Winner Rising Fast silver plate retailed by 'W. Drummond & Co. Melbourne', inscribed 'M.V.R.C. W.S. Cox Plate 1954 Trainer of Winner 'Rising Fast' I.J. Tucker, Takanini, N.Z.'; a hand coloured pho

Cricket Engraving: 'The Cricket Match Between Sussex & Kent, at Brighton' by G.H.Phillips after William Drummond (Brighton, 1849), window mounted, framed & glazed, overall 122 x 94 cm. Some ageing & faults, though still an impressive piece.

An Art Nouveau silver hand mirror by William Drummond Ltd Birmingham, 1909. Embossed with scrolling flower, 30 cm length