Please remember every item of our stock is unique.
The number of interested parties is based on the number of enquiries received on and offline.
The greater the interest, the more likely it will sell quickly.
We do not offer discounts; therefore if you are interested in a popular item, we recommend that you make your purchase quickly.
ANTIQUE Any item judged to have been made at least 100 years ago.
ENGINE TURNED Machine engraving to produce design and/or brilliance, often as a base for enamel or on larger items to give a pattern.
WHITE GOLD White gold is an alloy of gold and at least one other white metal, most often nickel or palladium, both of which act as a bleaching agent to reduce the natural yellow colour of the gold.
GOLD A metallic element which is the most ductile and malleable of all metals, and impervious to corrosion, thus making it ideal for use in jewellery. Pure gold is yellow in colour. It is usually mixed with other metals, such as copper and silver, to create an alloy, such as white gold or rose gold. The unit of measurement used to express the percentage of pure gold in the alloy is the carat, for example '18 carat gold'.