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GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
MEDUSA pendant. A carved ivory, silver, gold and enamel pendant.
Marked ‘GH’. English. Circa 1930.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58.
Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.
George Edward Hunt. The Silent World of an Arts & Crafts Jeweller. A Touring Exhibition. November - December 2006. Sold

GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver brooch set enamelled portrait of a lady,
the enamel within a wirework frame of leaves and moonstones.

Signed ‘George Hunt 1932’.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1900. Article pages 54-58. Sold

SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968)
A pair of silver earrings set with chalcedony, cornelian and amethyst.
English. Circa 1925.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. E. Zorn Karlin. Sold

SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968)
A silver flexible bracelet set with alternate oval moonstone, opals and green cabochon agates.
In an original SIBYL DUNLOP bracelet case.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Centre length 3 cm width 2.8 cm. Length of bracelet 17 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. E. Zorn Karlin. Sold
SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968)
A pair of silver earrings each set with a central opal, surrounded by three moonstones and green agates.
With original gold fittings for pierced ears.
In an original SIBYL DUNLOP fitted earring case. English. Circa 1930. Size: Dia. 2 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. E. Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
An asymmetric, silver brooch with a central, dyed green agate, moonstone and amethysts.
English. Circa 1925. Size: Height 2.2 cm. Width 5.2 cm. (Fitted case)
Exhibited George Edward Hunt. The Silent World of an Arts & Crafts Jeweller.
A Touring Exhibition.’ November - December 2006. Catalogue illus. number 43. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver necklace set with an enamel of flowers set with moonstones and pearl.
English 1933. Size Height 6.4 cm. Width 6 cm. ‘Signed G. Hunt 1933’.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58.
Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin, 1993.  Sold
RHODA WAGER ( 1875-1953 ) (Attributed)
A pair of Arts and Crafts silver earrings set opals, surrounded by a wirework

frame of leaves. Australian. Circa 1920. Size: Length 4.7 cm. Rhoda Wager attended
the Glasgow School of Art and exhibited regularly in Glasgow before leaving for Australia.
Lit.: The Glasgow Style. Museum catalogue Kelvingrove Glasgow 1984. Page 50. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver clip/necklace. The clip set with a crackled rose quartz surmounted by an enamel
surrounded by wires and enamelled leaves and further set with green agates and moonstones. With associated silver chain. Circa 1925. Signed ‘G.H’. (Fitted case) Size: Ht. 6.3 cm. W. 4.3 cm. Chain 61 cm. Provenance:- By descent through family. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts & Crafts silver foliate necklace set amethysts.

English. Circa 1925. Size of central plaque 2.3 cm. x 1.9 cm. (Necklace case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver brooch depicting a figure on a coastal path at sunset. The wire frame set with three agate cabochon ‘flowers’ surrounded by blue/green enamelled leaves.
Circa 1925. Signed ‘G. Hunt’. Size: Ht. 5.5 cm. W. 4.5 cm. (Minor enamel repair to leaves)
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. (Fitted case) Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts & Crafts silver ring set with a domed amethyst, and surrounded by
garnets and turquoise, and with applied golden leaves and bobbles.

English. Circa 1920. Marked ‘BI’. Diameter of ring 2 cm. Height 3.2 cm. (Ring case)
Approximate ring size: British N. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
A silver bracelet set amethyst and peridots liked by foliate panels.
English. Circa 1925. Marked ‘Sterling’. Size: Length 18.5cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A silver Arts & Crafts gem set brooch. The ‘flowers’ and ‘leaves’ of pink topaz, aquamarine, amethyst, emeralds, rubies, half pearls and golden bobbles.

English. Circa 1930. Size: Height 6 cm. Width 5 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A silver cluster ring, set with a central purple spinel within an emerald surround
and ruby and amethyst outer border, with pearl corners and golden bead detail. Openwork gilded shoulders.
English. Circa 1930. Approx. ring size: British N and 1/4.
Width 2  cm. Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition.  Sold
HENRY GEORGE MURPHY (1884-1939)
A silver and onyx brooch set with a niello work plaque.
English. Circa 1930. Marked ‘HGM’ and with the Falcon workshop mark. (Brooch case)
Size: Height 3.2 cm. Width 5.5 cm. Lit.: The Jewellery and Silver of H. G. Murphy.
P. Atterbury and J. Benjamin. Illus. and description of niello work page 168. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts & Crafts silver bracelet set amethysts, zircons, aquamarine clusters,
carved emerald leaves and cultured pearls with gold bobbles and gold linking

chain. English. Circa 1930. Size: Length 18 cm. Central section 4.2 x 4.4 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
ARTS & CRAFTS
An Arts & Crafts silver ring set with a moonstone, surrounded by leaves and wirework stems. Anglo/German. Circa 1920. Marked ‘935’
Approximate ring size: British K & 3/4. Length 1.9 cm. Width 1 cm. (Ring case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE  HUNT (1892-1960)
An Arts & Crafts brooch. The large boulder opal set within a silver cornucopia shaped frame with an oval opal and wirework scrolls and leaves heightened with blue and
 green enamel.
English. Circa 1925. Size: Length 6.5 cm. Width 3 cm.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58.
(Fitted case) Sold
SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968) A silver brooch set to the centre with a large lapis cabochon and surrounded with hardstones, including, amethysts, green agate and lapis. The reverse with inscription dated Christmas 1929.
English. Circa 1929. Size: Height 5.8 cm. Width 6 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts & Crafts silver and gold ring set with a central moonstone, amethysts
and pearls in a border of gold leaves and bobbles.
(Ring case)
English. Circa 1920. Mark for Bernard Instone. Approx. ring size: British K & 1/2.
Approx. Length of ring 2.5 cm. Width 1.5 cm. L. of moonstone 1.5 cm. W. 1.1 cm. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver locket, pendant, with central enamel portrait of Lady Mackintosh,
set in a frame with silver wirework, garnets, beads, with a bead drop.

English. Signed ‘G. Hunt 1932’. Size: Height with bale 7.5 cm. Width 4.5 cm.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. (Fitted case) Sold
ARTS & CRAFTS
A circular silver brooch of leaves and blossom coils, set with rose quartz and
chrysoprase cabochons.
(Brooch case)
British. Circa 1920. Unmarked. Size: Diameter 3.9 cm. Sold  
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver necklace set with an enamel of flowers, within a surround of leaves,
set various cabochon gems, including amber, with opal and amber drops.

English. Signed ‘G. Hunt 1933’. Size: Height 6.5 cm. Width 7 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts Crafts gold brooch with three fire opals, set on a silver mount.

English. Circa 1930. Size: Length 10.3 cm. Width 2.7 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
ARTS & CRAFTS
A pair of Arts & Crafts silver earrings. The fire opal drops surmounted by
silver leaves and buds suspended from silver wirework set pearls. The screw
fittings also set with fire opals.

English. Circa 1920. Unmarked. Size: Length 3.5 cm. Width across leaves 1.5 cm. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
A large Arts & Craft silver brooch decorated with enamelled leaves and flowers
set with central marcasites.

English. Circa 1930. Size: Diameter 5.2 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit: Jewellery & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition, Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A gem set cluster ring set with a central peridot surrounded by more peridots
and four pear shaped pink tourmalines all with golden bead detail. Openwork

gilded shoulders. English. Circa 1930. Approx. ring size: British M & 1/4. Dia. 2.5 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts & Crafts gold necklace set moonstones.
English. Circa 1930. (Fitted case)
Size: Total length of necklace 44.5 cm. Central moonstone 1.3 cm wide.
Lit.: Jewelry & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
AMY SANDHEIM
A large, Arts & Crafts silver pendant set opal, moonstone, lapis, and green chrysoprase, suspended from a long ornamental silver chain.
(Necklace case)
English. Circa 1930. Diameter of pendant 7.9 cm. Approximate length of chain 82 cm. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (Attrib.)
An Arts & Crafts bracelet. The eight silver plaques set with moonstones, surrounded by leaves and wirework stems.

British. Circa 1920. Size: Length 16.4 cm. Width 1.4 cm. (Bracelet case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
RHODA WAGER ( 1875-1953)
A silver brooch with a central opal, surrounded by a silver wirework
frame with
gold leaves.
Australian. Circa 1925. Size: Height 3.4 cm. Length 5.3 cm.
(Internal crazing to opal.) Lit.: The Glasgow Style. Museum cat. Kelvingrove Glasgow.1984

Collection:- Powerhouse Museum. Sydney, Australia. (Brooch case). Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
A pair of Arts & Crafts silver earrings. The amber drops encased with silver
leaves and golden florets. The wirework with pearls and carnelian. The 10 ct. gold
screw fittings also set amber.
English. Circa 1925. Size: Length 6.5 cm. Width 1.2 cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
FLEETWOOD CHARLES VARLEY
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch, inset with a Varley enamel, of a heather covered landscape with mountains in the background.
(Minute hairline at top of enamel)
English 1922. The reverse stamped to the silver with marks for G. W. Kimberly & Co.
Hallmarks for Birmingham 1922. Size: Height 3.1 cm. Width 3.1 cm. (Fitted case) Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A silver Arts & Crafts gem set brooch. The citrine flowers and peridot leaves punctuated with golden bobbles. The stem tied with a golden band decorated with another citrine.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Height 6.8 cm. Width 4.3 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts Crafts silver clip brooch set with various gems, including citrines and amethysts, punctuated with golden leaves and bobbles.

English. Circa 1930. Size: Height 4.5 cm. Width 3.5 cm. (Brooch case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts Crafts silver lapel pin set with citrines and peridots amongst golden bobbles.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Length 7.4 cm. Width 1.6 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver brooch, set with a panel of mother-of pearl
within a ropetwist surround, with applied gold decoration.
English. Circa 1920. Marks for George Hunt. Size: Height 4 cm. Width 5.5 cm.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. (Brooch case) Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts
  &  Crafts silver necklace. The rectangular panels each set with a
mixed-cut amethyst surrounded by green paste baguettes, within mounts of wire scrolls,
incised leaves and bead trefoils, with a similar clasp.
(Necklace case)
English. Circa 1920. Size: Height of central panel 2.2 cm. Width 8 cm. 44 cm. long. Sold

DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A silver Arts & Crafts sautoir. The silver pendant set with three amethysts to each of the three sides and one large amethyst to the base, suspended on a long silver chain set more amethysts.
English. Circa 1930. Size of pendant: Height 6.5 cm. Width of one side of base 2.5 cm.
Length with central ball 12.5 cm. Length of chain approximately 97 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold

DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts & Crafts silver bracelet set amethysts, zircons, aquamarine clusters,
carved emerald leaves , cultured pearls with gold bobbles and gold linking chain.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Length 18 cm. Central section 4.2 x 4.4 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts & Crafts ornate silver foliate demi-parure consisting of an amethyst and green tourmaline set pendant and earrings. The pendant suspended from the original decorative silver original chain.
(Earrings with gold  fittings for pierced ears.)
English. C. 1925.
Size: Height of pendant 6 cm. Width 2.6 cm. Total length of chain 74 cm.
Height of earrings 4.5 cm. Width 1.3 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
A silver and gold Arts & Crafts flower brooch set with blue aquamarines, green
and pink tourmalines, an orange zircon and blue sapphires accentuated with golden beading.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Height 5.1 cm. Width 5 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
Sold  
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts & Crafts silver and gold flower brooch set with citrines, amethysts, aquamarines, peridots, rubies and pink sapphires.
The stem tied with a golden ribbon. English. Circa 1930. Size: Height 5.7 cm. Width 3.5 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin.
Sold
DORRIE NOSSITER (1893-1977)
An Arts & Crafts, silver brooch with gold leaves, silver scrolls & beading, set moonstones, sapphires, rubies, tourmalines & emeralds.
English. Circa 1930. Size: Approx. diameter 4.8 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
ARTS & CRAFTS.
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant set with moonstones, surrounded by leaves and wirework stems.
Circa 1920.
Size: Height with integral bale 4.9 cm. Width 3 cm. (Pendant case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987) (Attributed.)
A pair of Arts & Craft silver earrings. The central moonstone surrounded with
silver leaves suspended from wirework set pearls
. The screw fittings also set with moonstones. British. Circa 1920. Size: 4 cm. (Earring case)
Lit: Jewellery & Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver brooch, set with central enamel portrait of Lady Mackintosh,
bordered with green enamel leaves, crystals and moonstones.

English. Signed ‘G. Hunt 1932’. Size: Height 6.5 cm. Width 4.5 cm. (Fitted case)
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. Illustration 7. Sold
BERNARD INSTONE (1891-1987)
An Arts & Crafts silver foliate necklace set with citrines.

English. Circa 1925. (Necklace case)
Size of central plaque 2.2 cm. x 2 cm. Approx. Necklace length 42. cm.
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts and Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
ARTS & CRAFTS
An Arts & Crafts silver cruciform pendant set with citrines and opals within a framework of wirework leaves and blossom buds. The pendant suspended from the original decorative silver chain.
English. Unmarked Circa 1925. (Fitted case)
Size: Pendant height
with original bale 10.1 cm. Width 6.6 cm. Length of chain 78 cm.
A later strengthening reinforcement applied to reverse of bottom panel.
Sold
 BERNARD INSTONE (Attrib.)
An Arts & Crafts silver brooch set with three large moonstones surrounded silver florets and leaves and with a moonstone drop.

English. Circa 1920. Size: Height cm. Width cm. (Brooch case)
Lit.: Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition. Elyse Zorn Karlin. Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver clip/necklace. The clip set with
moonstones, sapphire, opal and blue paste surrounded by enamelled leaves on wirework stems. With associated silver chain.
Cir ca  1925. Signed ‘G.H’.
Size:  Height 5.5 cm. Width 3.6 cm. Chain 61 cm. (Fitted case) Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
An Arts & Crafts silver pendant/necklace set with a large, domed, stained agate (chrysoprase), moonstones, a further agate, and lapis within enamelled leaves.

English. Circa 1925. Signed ‘G H’ in shield. Size: Height of central pendant 10 cm.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58. (Fitted case) Sold 
HENRY GEORGE MURPHY (1884-1939)
A silver Aries (ram) brooch.
English. Marked  ‘HGM’, and with the Falcon mark. Hallmarks for London 1926.
Size: Diameter 3.2 cm. Lit.: The Jewellery and Silver of H. G. Murphy. Paul Atterbury
and John Benjamin. Illustration page 67. Drawings page 178. (Brooch case) Sold
WINIFRED MAY WHITESIDE (Born circa 1901)
An Arts & Crafts silver & gold pendant cross.
The central boss cloisonné enamelled. The arms with gold motifs and wire borders, terminating in cloisonné enamelled panels with, ‘ DUX - LUX - REX - LEX’.
English. 1920. Size: Length 10.8 cm . Width 6.1 cm.
Lit.: An edition of the Daily Chronicle 1921 records this piece as having been, ‘included in the exhibition which won Miss Whiteside admittance to The Royal Society of Miniature Painters, which reserves a certain number of vacancies for craft workers’.
Provenance: Family descent. (Original fitted case) Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver brooch set with mother-of-pearl.

English. Circa 1920. Size: Ht. 4.8 cm. W. 5.2 cm.
Exhibited: George Edward Hunt. A Touring Exhibition. Nov.- Dec. 06. Exhibit 16.
The design shows similarities to the work of Murrle Bennett & Co. of which Hunt would have been well aware. (Fitted case) Sold
GEORGE HUNT (1892-1960)
A silver and gold cloisonné enamel locket, shaped similar to a fob watch case, set with a central garnet surrounded by peridots, pearls, white paste, opals and
tourmalines. The reverse depicts The Judgment of Paris. The pendant opens to reveal an interior where a photograph can be kept behind the glass pane.
English. Signed ‘GH’. Circa 1920.
Size: Total height with bale 8 cm. without bale 6 cm. Width 4 cm.
Lit.: The Antique Collector. February 1990. Article pages 54-58.
George Edward Hunt. A Touring Exhibition. Nov.- Dec. 06. (Fitted case) Sold

SIBYL DUNLOP (1889-1968) Sold
An Arts & Crafts hammered silver handbag frame.
One side with applied leaves and florets set with
amethyst cabochons.
Marked ‘SD’, and ‘Sibyl Dunlop’. Hallmarked London 1930. Size: L. 22.9 cm. Ht. 8.5 cm.

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