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Click to see full size: A dog headed iron horse fastening ring

1 ) A dog headed iron horse fastening ring
A rare iron horse fastening ring (anneau d’attache murale de chevaux en fer), in the form of a hunting dog. French, circa 1900.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: An extraordinary fine bog oak and gold Whippet / Italian Greyhound oval brooch

2 ) An extraordinary fine bog oak and gold Whippet / Italian Greyhound oval brooch
An extremely and intricately carved bog oak and gold brooch, depicting three Whippets / Italian Greyhounds leashed beneath a leafy tree. Set within a very fine 18 carat gold mount. English, circa 1960.


Jewellery | Whippet | Yr: 1960 |
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3 ) A circa 1905 18 carat gold, diamond ruby King Charles Cavalier brooch by Charles-Eugène Thiénot
A fabulous 18 carat gold, diamond ruby brooch of a head study of a King Charles Cavalier by Charles-Eugène Thiénot.The dog has cabochon cut ruby eyes and wears a diamond collar and bow mille grain and platinum set with 14 old cut diamonds. The reverse is inscribed “C Thiénot 3”. The clasp is further stamped and assayed. French, circa 1905. Charles-Eugène, and highly respected French jeweller, sculptor and Art Noveau artist who exhibited at the prestigious Paris Salon, circa 1900. Such pieces included canine and cat subjects. French, circa 1905


Jewellery | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1905 |
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4 ) A late Victorian standing Dandie Dinmont diamond and ruby brooch
A late Victorian standing Dandie Dinmont diamond brooch. Silver set with old cut diamonds, gold open backed, with carved detail to body, legs and tail, cabochon cut ruby eye. English, circa 1880


Jewellery | Dandie Dinmont Terrier | Yr: 1880 |
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5 ) A early 19th century French gold Greyhound seal
An 18 carat early 19th century agate seal of a seated Greyhound. French, circa 1840.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1840 |
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6 ) A Victorian diamond coursing Greyhound brooch
A Victorian coursing Greyhound brooch, the dog at full stretch. The gold backed brooch silver set with old cut diamonds, with some silver sculptural detail to the tail. English, circa 1880.


Jewellery | Greyhound | Yr: 1880 |
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7 ) Victorian Silver pendant rattle of a Poodle
A Victorian Silver pendant baby’s rattle of a seated Poodle. Assayed


Jewellery | Poodle |
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8 ) A silver pendant pencil of the West Highland Terrier “Scratch”
A silver pendant hiding a retracting pencil of the West Highland Terrier “Scratch”. Detailed with green glass eyes. English, circa 1880


Jewellery | West Highland White Terrier | Yr: 1880 |
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9 ) Victorian 15 carat gold Greyhound /Whippet/ Italian Greyhound stick pin
Victorian 15 carat sand cast gold stick pin of a head and shoulder study of a Greyhound /Whippet/ Italian Greyhound stick pin, with double cabochon cut ruby inlaid eyes. English, circa 1880.


Jewellery | Greyhound | Yr: 1880 |
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10 ) An Erbach "Black Forest" ivory carved Italian Greyhound / Whippet brooch tie / stick pin
A "Black Forest" ivory carved standing Greyhound stick pin. Such carvings were from German workshop of the Graf von Erbach-Erbach in Odenwald, and the Kehrer family at Erbach, Ernst (working 1830-40) and his son Edouard (1812-63). They were made from around 1830 to 1860. Examples can be seen in the jewellery collection of the British Museum, London, for example there is a brooch with the same dog seated with stag and deer. German, circa 1850.


Jewellery | Greyhound | Yr: 1850 |
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11 ) French, circa 1905 gold and gem set Setter brooch
A finely gold sculptured brace of Setter heads with diamond and calibre set collars.


Jewellery | Setter | Yr: 1905 |
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12 ) An American gold set enamel and diamond Boston Terrier tie / stick pin.
A 14 carat gold set enamel head study of a Boston Terrier set with old cut diamond eyes. The reverse of the stick pin is marked “14K”. Such work was made in Newark New Jersey, by the likes of Henry Blank & Co., A.J. Hedges, Krementz & Co, Rilker Brothers etc.... American circa 1915.


Jewellery | Boston Terrier | Yr: 1915 |
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13 ) A ivory carved Labrador type dog, Erbach 18 carat gold brooch
An ivory carved "Black Forest" depicting three Labrador type dogs, 18 carat gold set brooch. Assayed “OR 750” and marked “LB”. Such carvings were from German workshop of the Graf von Erbach-Erbach in Odenwald, and the Kehrer family at Erbach, Ernst (working 1830-40) and his son Edouard (1812-63). They were made from around 1830 to 1860. German, circa 1850.


Jewellery | Labrador | Artist: Ernst Kehrer | Yr: 1850 |
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Click to see full size:  Art Nouveau French 18 carat gold and gem set Setter brooch STOLEN

14 ) Art Nouveau French 18 carat gold and gem set Setter brooch STOLEN
An 18 carat, circa 1900 French Art Nouveau gold brooch collet set with two old cut diamonds and three sapphires depicting a finely worked Setter’ head. French circa 1900


Jewellery | Setter | Yr: 1900 |
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Click to see full size: Gilt 1930’s Pointer cufflinks by the New Jersey firm of Krementz & Co

15 ) Gilt 1930’s Pointer cufflinks by the New Jersey firm of Krementz & Co
A set of double sided 1930’s Pointer cufflinks by the New Jersey firm of Krementz & Co. Withsilver pattern boarders and the silver plated bases marked “KREMENTZ”. American, circa 1930’s.


Jewellery | Pointer | Yr: 1930 |
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16 ) Suckling silver gilt Sealyham Terrier brooch
Silver gilt Sealyham Terrier made by Suckling Ltd of Birmingham after circa 1925. From a series of breeds by the Birmingham maker that included, Setter, Sealyham, Scottish Terrier, Wire-haired Fox Terrier, and Airedale. Each clearly modelled from a show Champion of the 1920s.


Jewellery | Sealyham Terrier | Yr: 1925 |
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17 ) Suckling silver gilt Scottish Terrier brooch
Silver gilt Scottish Terrier by Suckling Ltd of Birmingham after circa 1925. From a series of breeds by the Birmingham maker that included, Setter, Sealyham, Scottish Terrier, Wire-haired Fox Terrier, and Airedale. Each clearly modelled from a show Champion of the 1920s.


Jewellery | Scottish Terrier | Yr: 1925 |
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18 ) Early 20th century German / Buchholz & Zelt Wire-haired Fox Terrier place name holders
Six early 20th century German ‘800’ silver Wire-haired Fox Terrier place name holders. Retailed by Buchholz & Zelt of New York are of interest. Marked “B & Z 800 Germany”. German, circa 1900


Jewellery | Wire Haired Fox Terrier | Yr: 1900 |
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19 ) Early 20th century 14 ct gold Sloan & Co broach / pin of three Wire-haired Fox Terriers.
Early 20th century 14 ct gold Sloan & Co broach of three leased Wire-haired Fox Terriers broach wearing red enamel collars. Stamped with the trademark of “Sloan & Co” and marked “14”. American, circa 1925.


Jewellery | Wire Haired Fox Terrier | Yr: 1925 |
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20 ) 1908 silver Setter book mark by Charles Penny Brown
A silver book mark with Setter’s head. Assayed Birmingham 1908, and with makers mark “C.P.B”, Charles Penny Brown. Brown was a London silver smallworker of fancy items, they also made a range of bookmarks with different breeds of dog's heads. They exhibited at the ‘British Industries Fair of 1915’. English, 1908.


Jewellery | Setter | Artist: Charles Penny Brown | Yr: 1908 |
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21 ) Victorian Silver Smooth-haired Fox Terrier / Jack Russell
A silver late Victorian brooch of a head study of a Smooth-haired Fox Terrier / Jack Russell. The dog with glass inlaid eyes. English, Circa 1890.


Jewellery | Fox Terrier | Yr: 1890 |
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22 ) 18 / 19.2 carat gold Greyhound brooch
A superbly sculptured 18 / 19.2 carat gold standing Greyhound brooch. The reverse bearing Portugal, Lisbon assay mark for 800 gold, being 19.2 carat gold used from 1938-1984. The bar bearing similar assay marks for and the French eagle hallmark for 18 carat gold, as used since 1838. French, circa 1920


Jewellery | Greyhound | Yr: 1920 |
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Click to see full size: A Victorian gold enamel brooch / of an English Toy Spaniel / King Charles Spaniel

23 ) A Victorian gold enamel brooch / of an English Toy Spaniel / King Charles Spaniel
A late Victorian circa 1880s enamel 15 carat gold set brooch / of an English Toy Spaniel / King Charles Spaniel. Signed to the face. Marked to the reverse 15CT.


Jewellery | King Charles Cavalier Spaniel | Yr: 1880 |
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Click to see full size: A 1960s 18 carat gold Cairn Terrier brooch retailed by Garrard The Crown Jewellers

24 ) A 1960's 18 carat gold Cairn Terrier brooch retailed by "Garrard The Crown Jewellers"
An 18 carat gold brooch of two seated Cairn Terriers retailed by "Garrard The Crown Jewellers". One dog wears a platinum collar, both have platinum details to eyes and noses. Assayed London 1968, 18 carat and signed "G & Co", Garrard & Co Ltd. This brooch comes with it original box "Garrard The Crown Jewellers" bearing the royal warrant "By Appointment to H M The Queen Goldsmiths & Crown Jewellers Garrard & Co Ltd". 22.2gms


Jewellery | Cairn Terrier | Artist: Garrard & Co | Yr: 1968 |
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Click to see full size:  An early 20th century 9 carat gold Pekingese brooch

25 ) An early 20th century 9 carat gold Pekingese brooch
A 9 carat brooch of a standing Pekingese. Marked 9ct. English, circa 1915


Jewellery | Other |
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