PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MARY, DUCHESS OF ROXBURGHE - Emerald and diamond stick pin, late 19th century, set with a pear-shaped emerald within scalloped surrounds of circular-cut diamonds, case stamped by J.C. Vickery.
A diamond-set gold and silver tie pin, by Faberge The terminal formed as a gold cypher of Alexander III against a silver and gold anchor, to a silver crown surmount with old brilliant and rose-cut diamond detail, circa 1890, 9.2cm long Pin with workmaster's mark for Oskar Pihl
A FABERGÉ YELLOW GOLD SNAKE WITH ENAMELLED EGG STICK PIN A Fabergé yellow gold stick pin with coiled snake motif surmount, the serpent's mouth suspending a miniature egg in translucent raspberry red enamel with guilloché ground, Workmaster E Schramm, St Petersburg, late nineteenth century.
A striking heliotrope, or bloodstone, set in a distinctive Arts & Crafts stickpin. The stickpin reflects the influence of Medieval design on Victorian and later jewelry makers. Crafted in 14kt gold, circa 1910