A quick look at the rare jewellery collectibles markets reveals this 1.48 carat solitaire diamond ring "of good quality". It was one of 450-plus jewellery lots which auctioned in Manchester, UK, last week (February 7).
In the end, the coveted ring brought £4,600.
Piaget 'Tangara' 18ct gold
It auctioned alongside a Bruckmann table service of German sterling silver. The lot included 120 silverware pieces in all, equal to cutlery for 12 persons. The set brought £2,600.
Overall, the Manchester jewellery auction netted an impressive £69,000 in sales.
Also auctioned was a ladies' Piaget 'Tangara' 18ct gold wristlet watch which sold for £2,100 (approximately $3,315).
Piaget is, of course, among the world's most coveted luxury watch brands. But did you know that you can acquire a luxury Longines watch for less than half the above Piaget's £2,100 price?
Like this Longines Men's Olympic Series Watch. Formed in 1832, Swiss watchmaker Longines is renowned for its sports watches and chronographs, and its technical innovations.
This rare timepiece is marked with a serial number 31805117, model number L2.649.4, and fitted with a signed L.541.2 module.
The movement, the glass, dial and hands of this Longines watch all look to be in a generally good condition. We have it for sale priced at just £950 (approximately $1,500) - find out more about the Longines watch here.