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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An 18ct gold signet ring.
An 18ct gold signet ring. With engraved crest and motto reading 'Nil Desperandum', to the tapered shoulders. Hallmarks for Birmingham. Weight 9.2gms.\n\n Fellows & Sons
(220982418) 22ct fancy earrings
(220982418) 22ct fancy earrings (10.9gms) Fellows & Sons
(501016355) 9ct belcher bracelet
(501016355) 9ct belcher bracelet (34.39gms) Fellows & Sons
A group of 6 assorted pocket watches.
A group of six pocket watches, to include continental white metal examples. All recommended for spares and repair purposes only.\n\nDue to the quantity of items in this lot we are unable to comment accurately on the condition. Fellows & Sons
Edwardian and modern silver photograph frames.
An Edwardian silver mounted photograph frame of shaped rectangular form, embossed with floral scrolls and supported on an easel back, hallmarked Henry Matthews Birmingham 1907, height measuring 7 ? inches (18.5 cm). Together with a modern silver mounted photograph frame of plain rectangular form. (2).\n\nThe Edwardian photograph frame displays some obvious wear and tear with scratches, marks and tarnishing. Parts of the high embossing have worn through to holes. The material to the reverse appear very worn with various ÔÇÿhome madeÔÇÖ repairs to the hinge and easel back. The hallmarks are clear and legible, makerÔÇÖs mark partly worn. The modern silver mounted photograph frame displays general scratches and marks, noticeable tarnishing, the hallmarks are clear and legible. Fellows & Sons

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