Ewbank’s has announced it is accepting entries for its upcoming jewellery and watches sale that is set to take place on 22 July.
The event follows a “successful” jewellery auction held by the Surrey-based auction house in March, which saw “many estimate-busting final prices”.
The three-day event sale will begin on 22 July with jewellery and watches on offer, and the following day will see silver and fine art on sale.
According to Ewbank’s, one of the “standout” pieces on offer will be a Tiffany & Co. Victoria diamond line bracelet, which has a pre-sale guide of between £6,000 and £8,000.
It is set with round brilliant cut and marquise cut diamonds, and has an estimated total diamond weight of 8.80 carats. The gems are mounted in platinum, and the bracelet is hallmarked London 2011.
In addition, a Schlumberger Lynn diamond bracelet will also go on auction, having been valued between £1,500 and £2,000.
It is set with round brilliant cut diamonds, and has an estimated total diamond weight of three carats. It is mounted in platinum and 18ct yellow gold.
A Boodles Raindance ring will also be on sale, valued between £4,000 and £6,000, as well as a Boucheron serpent Bohème diamond bracelet with a guide of between £1,500 and £2,500.
According to Ewbank’s, a wide array of eye-catching coloured stones will also be on offer, including an amethyst and diamond brooch carrying a pre-auction estimate of between £2,000 and £3,000.
The central octagonal step-cut amethyst is an estimated 21.61 carats and is surrounded by an ornate old-cut diamond set border totalling an estimated 4.13 carats.
It comes as the auction house said that the past few months has “provided clear evidence that the pandemic is changing bidding behaviour”, and “instead of seeing a decline in hammer prices, there has been a sales boom”.