Jewellery a big drawcard to Young's special sale

Author: Richard Brewster | Posted: 28th August, 2014

Auction goers will be particularly impressed with Young’s Auctions special sale from 9.30am Friday August 29 at 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

A significant component of the auction is jewellery put aside specially for the sale and incorporating rings, earrings, gold bracelets and necklaces and sizeable gold nugget.

The jewellery also contains emerald and diamond earrings and a matching diamond and sapphire necklace, bracelet and ring.

One of the more intriguing items is a 1976 Hawthorn premiership gold coin, of which only 300 were minted and given to players, officials, dignitaries and special guests.

Another is the 1.5-metre long ivory elephant’s tusk, estimated to bring between $15,000 and $18,000.

Other items include a sterling silver coromandel vanity box and sterling silver tantalus with a pair of Baccarat crystal decanters.

The furniture offerings include Chinese rosewood and Danish teak from the 1960s and 1970s.

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