Dorrie Nossiter (attrib.). No details on the http://www.dorrienossiter.co.uk/where-to-buy/dreweatts.html page. Dreweatt Neate sold an Arts and Crafts gem set silver coloured ring, attributed to Dorrie Nossiter, unmarked, the tapering head with wire scrolls and beadpoints (no photo), 24 June 2008, £260: pretty sure it's this one. A heart-shaped stone at the top. Sold by Dreweatt Neate.
Two examples, clockwise and anticlockwise. Dorrie Nossiter. Arts and Crafts silver brooch with twined leaf, vine and berries in a long shield shape, with cabochon stones: moonstone, 2 pearls, a pale opal and another stone, possibly saphiret (glass). 5 cm long. Sold on eBay. The seller thought it either by Sibyl Dunlop or Dorrie Nossiter but it is clearly by Dorrie.
Possibly by Dorrie Nossiter. An Arts and Crafts gem set pendant. Unmarked, the triangular mount of wires, beads and leaves, randomly set with two blue zircons, two moonstones, two green agate cabochons and a culture pearl, pendant 4.5 cm long. NB from www.dorrienossiter.co.uk: 'This is characteristically a piece of Dorrie's work even if not recognised as such by the auctioneers.' Sold by Bonhams, 22 May 2007, £504.00.
Dorrie Nossiter (attrib.). An Arts and Crafts brooch, open circular form, applied with a crescent collet set with graduated oval and circular cut moonstone cabochons with clusters of beads and foliate scrolls between 4cm diameter. Sold by Lyon and Turnbull, 7 November 2012.
Sibyl Dunlop (in the style of, according to the seller but I am sure this is by Dorrie Nossiter). An Arts and Crafts era brooch set with seventeen gemstones including opal, moonstone, jade and emerald. Unhallmarked gold and silver construction. Diameter 55mm. Weight 17.4g. I think this is perhaps more likely to be by Dorrie Nossiter - she made many brooches in this elliptical circular style. Sold by Kayes.
Dorrie Nossiter (attrib.). A silver brooch set with moonstones and semi-precious stones. The vendor states 'This may have been a hat pin but now bears a brooch pin.' Diameter 1 in. Sold by Barbara Kirk Auctions. This is similar to the panel that was converted into a ring (see adjoining pin to this one).