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Fine Art & Decorative Jewellery


      Isabel Balmer FGA                        David Byrne FIRV, FGA, DGA               Kate Bliss MRICS, FGA

Hansons Auctioneers hold monthly Antique and Collectors Auctions with a varied jewellery section of around 200 lots per auction, including rings, brooches, gold chains and costume jewellery.

We also showcase fine Jewellery in our quarterly Fine Art Jewellery Showcase Auctions, which include solitaire diamond rings, semi precious gem-set jewellery, sentimental and memorial jewellery; not forgetting those all important designer pieces from the likes of Georg Jenson, Charles Horner and Murrle Bennett to name a few! Hansons' jewellery department has seen many fine, high quality pieces sell over the last few years: with an international client base of both Jewellery dealers and private clients, they have enjoyed some superb auction results. 

As well as offering valuations for auction purposes, Hansons also provide professional written valuations for Insurance, Family Division, Divorce, Sale by Private Treaty, Probate and Post Loss Reports.

Previous Auction Highlights


From left to right: An aquamarine and seed pearl cushion shaped cluster pendant/brooch, c.1900 sold for £560, a pair of diamond and sapphire set Art Deco platinum 18ct yellow gold cufflinks sold for £1,100, a diamond two stone crossover platinum ring sold for £8,400, an opal, sapphire, ruby, diamond and green garnet brooch sold for £780.

Entries Invited, Including: 

Specialist Auction Dates 

Jewellery & Watches Showcase

Thursday 30th March (6.00pm)

Thursday 29th June (6.00pm)

Thursday 29th September (6.00pm)

Monday 18th December (6.00pm)


Specialist Valuation Days at Etwall

Isabel Balmer
Monday-Friday from 9.00am-4.30pm 

David Byrne
Every Tuesday from 9.30am-4.30pm 

In-house jewellery insurance valuations with David Byrne on 20th April. 15th June, 14th September, 16th November, will be charged at £100 plus 20% VAT per hour, or part thereof.

Kate Bliss
For valuations dates Click Here

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