What Kind of Antique Jewellery Can I Buy at Auction?

By: Mary-Ann Long

For serious collectors of antique jewellery, there is only one way to build a proper collection - by buying at a real auction.

Compared to internet auction sites, the quality of antique jewellery items that come up for sale is significantly better.

Auction houses typically employ experts to ensure only genuine items go up for sale.

A 131 year old auction house in the UK - Fellows & Sons - is putting on its latest antique and modern jewellery sale next week.

It has a total of 970 lots are up for sale in the auction, which will start at 10.30am on Thursday 18th October.

To help global buyers, it has a live audio feed of the auction and internet bidding at http://www.fellows.co.uk.

Some of the antique jewellery highlights that can be bought at the auction can be seen in the online catalogue: http://www.fellows.co.uk/ShowAuction.asp?sAuctionNumber=908.

Ã?â‚?? Lot 78: A single stone round brilliant diamond pendant, with a guide price of ?7,500 to ?9,000

Ã?â‚?? Lot 24: A late Victorian gold and silver mounted ornate diamond pendant, with a guide price of ?1,500 to ?2,000

Ã?â‚?? Lot 366: A pair of platinum diamond dropper earrings, guide price ?3,000 to ?4,000

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