An impressive 14ct gold and diamond solitaire ring
the 3.11ct princess cut diamond , Colour G, Clarity VS2, claw set in open V mount, upright shoulders. Diamond report available.

Estimate: $49,000


A modern 18ct. white gold and diamond Rivière necklace
the 122 round brilliant cut diamonds each claw set in a four pillar and double bezel setting, concealed tongue clasp with safety chain. TDW 12.20ct, colour F-G, clarity Si1-2. L.420mm. Valuation available.

Estimate: $12,000 - $14,000


A 14ct white gold diamond tennis bracelet
twenty-three princess cut blue diamonds claw set, with forty-six round brilliant cut white diamonds, push clasp with safety catches, TDW 13.1ct. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $10,800


An impressive 18ct white gold and diamond bangle
the 59 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW 8.78ct, graded F-G, SI1-2. Valuation available.

Estimate: $10,500


John Barr Clarke Hoyte (1835-1913)
Auckland from Pigeon Mountain, Half Moon Bay, watercolour, signed, 295 x 415mm. Note: This unique and rare extensive view of Auckland Harbour c.1860 features Fort Britomart, Situated on Point Britomart, and using the defences of an earlier pā, Fort Britomart was built as an army barracks. (The British flag was first unfurled on the headland on 16 September 1840.) The initial building was completed in 1841, and other buildings were added in response to external and local threats in subsequent decades. The Fort closed in the early 1870s and operations were transferred to the nearby Albert barracks. Point Britomart was then excavated to provide fill for waterfront reclamations, the flying flag can be seen in this image. To the left we have St. Paul's Church and early Parnell houses, in front is St. John's College Chapel with a tall chimney evident below coming from the waters edge industrial building in Official Bay, this building is pictured in other Hoyte drawings of this period. The view is presumably from Pigeon Mountain, the volcanic cone at Half Moon Bay. The harbour features Wynyard Pier and Queen St. wharf, a multitude of vessels including waka taua, a wooden paddle steamer, tall and other ships together with many smaller vessels.

Estimate: $10,000 - $16,000


A rare and impressive Japanese Edo period (1603-1868) Samurai suit of armour
with multi hob-nail plate suji bachi ridged helmet, mounted with demonic head, decorative fukigaeshi (turnbacks), tall kuwagata, black lacquered iron menpo (face plate) with hair moustache, laced multi-panelled throat guard, shoulder-plates, chest, waist and leg guards with blue and coloured laced lacquered panels. Gilt metal decorative fittings. Housed in black lacquer original box.

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000


A Tahitian black pearl cultured necklace
a single strand of thirty-five graduated individually knotted South Sea Tahitian cultured black pearls, 10.5mm - 13.45mm, 18ct white gold round fluted clasp. Valuation available.

Estimate: $8,000


An 18ct white gold tanzanite and diamond bracelet
eleven pear cut, purplish-blue tanzanites (TTW 26.08ct), claw set, each surrounded by small round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 2.27ct, Clarity SI1-I2, Colour H-I), push clasp with safety catches. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $7,500


A platinum and 18ct gold emerald and diamond bracelet
twelve oval cut, medium-dark green emeralds (TEW 24.13ct), claw set, with each emerald surrounded by a halo of small round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 3.00ct Clarity SI-P1, Colour G), push clasp with safety catches. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $7,500


A 9ct white gold emerald and diamond ring
a 7.07ct oval cut, bluish-green emerald, claw set, surrounded by fourteen round brilliant cut diamonds (1.72ct TDW, Clarity VS2-SI2, Colour G-H), claw set, with a further three round brilliant cut diamonds to each upright shoulder (0.10ct TDW, Clarity SI1-SI2, Colour G-H). Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $7,400


A fine large Marsden Flower pounamu mere by Jayme Anderson
(Te Aupouri, Ngā Puhi, Tūhoe) (b.1977), broad spatula shape reducing at the grip, pierced with an hourglass hole and with a ribbed butt knob. With signed granite display stand. L.415mm.

Estimate: $6,000


An estate 18ct gold and five stone diamond ring
a 0.53ct round brilliant cut diamond (Colour I, Clarity SI1), claw set to the centre of four graduating size round brilliant cut diamonds, TDW 1.63ct. Valuation available.

Estimate: $6,000


A 14ct white gold diamond tennis bracelet
sixty-two round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 5.60ct, Clarity P1-P2, Colour G-J), 4-claw set, push clasp with two safety catches. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $5,000


An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond bracelet
ten Celyonese blue sapphires and nine round brilliant cut diamonds alternate set to oval links, push clasp with safety catches, TSW 2.56ct, TDW 1.20ct. Valuation available.

Estimate: $4,500


A pair of 14ct yellow gold emerald and diamond drop earrings
each earring with three oval cut, medium green emeralds (TEW 14.22ct), claw set, and surrounded by a halo of small round brilliant cut diamonds with a further diamond between each panel, suspended from posts for pierced ears, (TDW1.26ct, Clarity SI, Colour light yellow). Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $4,500


An 18ct gold and diamond necklace
the pendant with a central 1.00ct round brilliant cut diamond (Clarity P1, Colour G), claw set, surrounded with sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds (0.16ct, Clarity SI-P2, colour G), a further four small round brilliant cut diamonds (0.12ct, Clarity SI-P2, Colour G), bezel set in the fine gold chain. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $4,200


A 19thC Maori carved Kumete
the figure supported bowl of oval form with flat rim, the front figure with clasped hands and extended tongue, finely carved, the larger figure to the other end of larger form, arms extended back towards the rim, the scrolling broad detail with notched carved highlights, evidence of age. L.390mm, H.170mm. Reg. Y20951.

Estimate: $3,600


A good old large hand knotted Tabriz carpet
diamond shaped expanding medallion, the main border guard with repeating florals. 4000 x 3000mm.

Estimate: $3,500


An impressive Edwardian 9ct gold opal and diamond pendant/brooch
the 41.30ct white opal in the form of a heart with a bright red-blue multi-colour play of fire, held by three diamond set claws, the opal heart pierced by a diamond set arrow, with a further three to the bale, brooch fitting is removable. In original Sydney jeweller's box. Valuation available.

Estimate: $3,500


A 14ct rose gold sapphire and diamond tennis bracelet
twenty-one oval cut fancy blue sapphires four-claw set with forty-two round brilliant cut diamonds, TSW 9.92ct, TDW 1.02ct. Gemologist report available.

Estimate: $3,500