A bright cut engraved white metal nutmeg grater, maker's initials 'DR', believed to be Daniel Robertson, Perth, second quarter of the 19th century, length 43mm, wt. 1 1/2oz.
An 18th century blue and white jug with mask spout, scroll handle, the body decorated in blue and white transfer depicting a farm scene with farm house, cattle and figures within a grape and vine border, named John Cowburn and dated 1785 below handle, height 21cm.
A WWII era Vacheron & Constantin Royal Navy Deck watch, circa late 1930s, oversized silver case, diam. 58mm, signed white enamel dial with outer minute track, Arabic numerals, blued hands and seconds subsidiary, numbers 9597 and with broad arrow, top wind and adjust crown, case back marked HS2 (Hydrographic Service) with military broad arrow, jewelled movement, case back with French silver marks and numbered 274354.
A Chinese bronze twin handled censer or incense burner of rectangular form with square section legs, bearing six character Xuande 1426-1435 大明宣德年製 mark to base, height 8.5cm, length 17cm. weight 1.1kg. Provenance - private collection.
A diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut 1.74 carat diamond in four claw setting, band hallmarked 18ct gold, gross wt. 5.1g, size Z.
A Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual stainless steel wristwatch serial number 5717007 circa 1979 with both boxes, two tags, two booklets and two service guarantee cards 1999 & 2010.
An antique Art Deco period ruby and diamond cluster ring, the millegrain set oval cut purplish central stone weighing approx. 1.42ct, surround by four transitional cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.40ct in total, diamond set shoulders, white metal unmarked, gross wt. 3.2g, size L.
Father and Son Polar Medal Group, John Joseph Miller and Leslie John Miller, both serving on the RRS Discovery/Discovery II, comprising George V WWI and later trio: Polar Medal with Antarctic 1929-31 bar, British War Medal and Mercantile Marine War Medal, all inscribed 'JOHN J. MILLER', and George VI Polar Medal with Antarctic 1931-35 bar inscribed 'LESLIE JOHN MILLER', believed to be the only father and son awarded the Polar Medal, with display "The Polar Heroes" of photographs and news paper articles and with John Joseph Miller's membership certificate for the Antarctic Club, provenance - direct family descent.
An Omega Galli-Zurich Chronometer with seconds subsidiary, diam. 3.3cm.
A Jaeger-leCoultre 18ct gold and platinum ultra thin Art Deco pendant pocket watch circa 1930, gold open face signed dial with Roman numerals, blued steel breguet hands, the platinum snap back case referenced 31458 with Swiss hallmarks and stamped 0.950-PT, the inside rim of case stamped 0.750 also with Swiss hallmarks and referenced 31458, the watch powered by an in house 19 jewel manual wind movement, case diameter 43mm, depth 4mm, with what appears to be original black ribbon with gold and platinum coloured chevron mounts unmarked but in our opinion they appear to be gold and platinum.