Fellows & Sons

Founded in 1876 and situated in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, Fellows is one of UK’s leading auction houses. The location makes Fellows ideally suited to offer a range of expert services across the UK and with an established online presence they are well-equipped to reach a wide variety of international clients.

As specialists in a variety of fields and with auctions to cater every need, Fellows continually changing inventory makes them a hub of excitement for lovers of watches, jewellery, and antiques.

Fellows has built up a long-term relationships with its clients by providing a service tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual; continually trying to find new ways to innovate and expand so that the auction house can improve this service. As well as investing in spacious and comfortable salerooms, Fellows have developed technology to make the buying and selling process as simple as possible.

Fellows & Sons are members of Association of Accredited Auctioneers - AAA combines 20 UK auction houses, with a combined annual turnover of over £200m. Each member auction house has built a reputation for quality and integrity, many over a period of hundreds of years. AAA members are committed to the highest standards of creditability and services to buyers and sellers.

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A late nineteenth century imported silver hunting cup and cover.
A late nineteenth century imported silver hunting cup and cover, the conical body engraved with various hunting scenes mounted on three stag masks, openwork interwoven knop and similarly decorated fruiting base with conforming decoration to the cover with goat finial. Hallmarked B Muller & Son , London import 1896/7. Height measuring 10 1/4 inches (26 cm), weight 13.6 ozt (424 grams).\n\nThe lot displays general scratches, marks wear and tarnishing commensurate with the age and use. Wobbles. Minor dents to the rim of cover. The hallmarks are clear and legible - difference in date to the cup and cover. Fellows & Sons
(918001487) 18ct triple stone ring
(918001487) 18ct triple stone ring (5.84gms) Fellows & Sons
An early 20th century Norwegian plique-a-jour spoon.
An early twentieth century Norwegian plique-a-jour spoon, the drop shaped bowl to the spiral stem, with scrolling plique-a-jour enamelled panel terminal. Maker's mark for Johan G. Kjaerland, stamped 925S. Length 5 1/2 inches (14 cm). Weight 0.53 ozt (16.6 grams).\n\nFair overall condition with scratches, marks, wear and tarnish commensurate with age and use. One panel of enamel is damaged/deficient. Slight wear to gilt finish. Fellows & Sons
A 9ct gold multi-gem and diamond pendant.
A 9ct gold multi-gem and diamond pendant. Designed as a series of four graduated clusters, each designed as a pave set single-cut diamond cluster, within a pear-shape pink, sapphire, blue-gem and emerald surround. Length 6.5cms. Weight 7.6gms.\n\nOverall condition good. There are slight scratches to the pendant in keeping with minor wear. The diamonds appear quite grey due to heavy settings, individual size and/or setting prevents accurate colour/clarity assessment. . The gemstones have a weak to moderate saturation of colour, there are inclusions and fractures easily visible with the unaided eye. Please see the Important Notices for Purchasers in our catalogue for coloured gemstones. Fellows & Sons
A selection of jewellery.
A selection of jewellery to include a floral carved bone brooch, a coral bead foliate brooch and a selection of further brooches, rings, necklaces and hatpins. AF.\n\nDue to the amount of items in this lot we can not give an in depth condition report, however the pieces are in an overall fair to poor condition and the main flaws are as follows; The green bead necklace is broken. Two sets of imitation pearls show discolouration. The pin is missing to the coral brooch. There is a stone missing to the green stone bracelet. The amethyst pendant has a heavily tarnished chain. There are some stones missing to the Damascene style brooches. There are a couple of stones missing to the orange stone necklace. There is a lot of glue visible to the back of the bone brooch. Fellows & Sons

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Fellows & Sons
Augusta House
19 Augusta Street
B18 6JA
Tel: +44 (0) 121 212 2131