How about adding some sparkle to your wardrobe?

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With Christmas over and done with and the new year in full swing, now’s the time to treat yourself to a luxurious accessory at Fellows upcoming auction.

Fellows’ latest auction, which will be taking place tomorrow (January 12) from 11am features some of the most stylish pieces from top luxury designers including Bulgari, FOPE, Tiffany & Co. and Van Cleef & Arpels.

From a charming Hermès clip designed as a bumblebee, and broaches featuring garnet insects and ruby dragonflies to an early Victorian turquoise snake bangle, there are certainly plenty of stunning accessories to choose from.

Featuring a very strong designer collection, lots 309-324 are Cartier pieces. Highlights in this section include single-stone diamond rings and a Bicentennial enamel postage stamp pendant.

Those looking for a little sparkle will discover rubies, emeralds and sapphires at the auction – sure to add a pop of colour to any outfit whilst oozing effortless glamour.

Lot 86 – a Colombian emerald ring, lot 165 – a Ceylon sapphire pendant, and lot 375 – a Burmese ruby ring are all accompanied by certificates stating their origin and the treatment of the stones.

The real stars of the show have to be the diamond lots – after all, they are a girls’ best friend. Diamond pieces in the auction include lot 172, a stylish Art Deco diamond ring with the principal diamond weighing in at 4cts, offered at a sale price of £6,000 – £8,000.

Following on is lot 184; with the principle stone weighing in at just over 3cts with J colour and VS2 clarity. This item enters for sale with a guide price of £15,000 – £20,000.

Don’t miss out on the stunning selection of jewellery on offer at Fellows & Sons tomorrow!

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