Fellows’ upcoming fine jewellery sale will mark its first live public auction in four months.
The auction, which has a total value of over £1.2m, will be led by auctioneer and managing director Stephen Whittaker on 23 July.
Pieces set to be featured in the auction include a platinum old-cut diamond single-stone ring (Lot 209), of 8.07cts, which has an estimate of £90,000 to £140,000, as well as a platinum old-cut pear-shape diamond single-stone ring (Lot 208), of 5.28cts has an estimate of £80,000 to £120,000.
Stephen Whittaker, managing director of Fellows Auctioneers, said: “After four months with only timed auctions, we are thrilled to be re-starting our live auction calendar with our biggest Fine Jewellery auction of the year.
“We hope that this sale will be the perfect building block on the back of many timed sales which have received record registrants and attention. We have rigorous health and safety procedures in place to ensure that the sale day is safe and efficient whilst offering the perfect auction experience.”
The fine jewellery auction will be available to view in person in London and Birmingham, or virtually via Zoom.
The auction house confirmed it has put multiple health and safety measures in place for both the viewing and auction days, and a limited number of people will be allowed in the sale room for the duration of the auction.