Fellows is one of my favorite auction houses to follow. They were founded in 1876 and are located in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, a place I hope to one day visit. The great thing about Fellows is that you can watch their auctions live, and bidding even from across the pond is a relatively easy process. Here are some of my favorite pieces from their upcoming Vintage Jewelry and Accessories auction taking place on March 24th, 2014. Click through the image to see the original catalog listing.
A mid Victorian 15ct gold forget-me-not hardstone cameo ring.
A late 19th century silver garnet and paste necklace.
A 19th century diamond and split pearl floral cluster ring.
A late 19th century gold gem-set memorial bangle.
A selection of three late 19th century 18ct gold cameo pieces.
A late 19th century gold diamond, beryl and split pearl ring.
A diamond, split pearl and enamel fly photo pendant.
An early/mid 20th century Austro-Hungarian tourmaline, garnet and zircon necklace
A mid 19th century 18ct gold necklace, convertible into two bracelets.
A late Victorian 15ct gold ruby and split pearl ring.