Lot 4
Group of Antique Banded Agate Jewelry
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first an 18KT gold, banded agate, and diamond pendant necklace, pendant in a star motif set to the center with one oval cabochon banded agate (15.50 x 12.20mm) within a conforming surround of bead set rose cut diamonds and the twelve points each set with one round cabochon banded agate (5.50mm) and diamond accent, pendant testing 18KT, suspended from an oval link gold chain marked 9c for 9KT, total diamond weight of approximately .65 carats (M-O color, I1-I3 clarity) (9.3 dwt.); along with bracelet with graduated banded agate cabochons, terminating in a box clasp (likely gold filled); and a banded agate cabochon brooch, set in gold filled frame with six bezel set small banded agate cabochons, with pin stem and compartment to back for keepsake (likely gold filled).

Pendant 1.5 in.; Chain 31 in. Bracelet 7.25 in.

From the Estate of the late Dr. Alison Mary Turner, Wake Forest, NC. Much of the collection was inherited from Dr. Turner's parents, Royal Navy Captain and Mrs. John Schomberg Hammill and great-grandparents, Admiral Sir Montague Edward Browning and Lady Ruth Boldero Browning. As members of the Peers of the Realm of Great Britain, Dr. Turner's family history is well documented, and additional information on the family is available.

Good estate condition; some diamonds with chips; bracelet with imperfection to one cabochon.

$500 - 800