Christmas Gift Ideas

Fine Jewels in our December Sale

Wilson 55's forthcoming Fine Jewellery & Watches sale takes place on 2nd December and has a fantastic selection of Christmas-ready gifts. With a huge selection of designer silver and gold jewellery from celebrated designers such as Tiffany & Co., Georg Jensen, Lalique, Montblanc and many more with estimates starting from £50, this sale is the perfect place to obtain a special and unique christmas present. Many of these pieces are barely-worn and come with original pouches and boxes which make them ideal for gifting to your loved ones!


Tiffany & Co.

A welcome addition under any Christmas tree is the famed Tiffany blue box, and both our Fine Jewellery and Timed Jewellery includes a large selection of pieces from this celebrated jeweller. Including pieces from the wonderful collaborations of Elsa Peretti and Paloma Picasso with Tiffany & Co., the sales also feature rare vintage pieces that rarely come to sale. Choose from pendants, necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets and even keyrings to find the perfect present!

Lot 64: A Tiffany & Co. 'Heart' lariat necklace, the polished and openwork heart links with trace link chain spacers, signed T&Co., stamped 925, length 48cm, gross weight 8.6g. £100-150.

Lot 58: A Tiffany & Co. silver and gold cross pendant, the grooved silver cross with 18ct gold accent, suspended from a trace link chain, signed Tiffany & Co., stamped 925 and 750, length of pendant 3.4cm, length of chain 46cm, gross weight 7.6g. £140-200.

Lot 127: A Tiffany & Co. '1837 Interlocking Circles' ring, of bi-colour design, the two engraved bands signed Tiffany & Co., one stamped 925, ring size J, gross weight 5.1g. £80-120. 


Georg Jensen

Also included in our December sales is a selection of beautiful pieces by Georg Jensen. Highlights include a set of jewellery from the 'Carnival' collection. Including a pair of rings as well as a pendant on chain, this exuberant and colourful collection is incredibly rare and makes a fantastic gift for that party-lover in your life! The pair of rings can be worn individually or interlaced, and are set with moonstone and garnet cabochons. Other Jensen pieces include a pair of rose quartz 'Sphere' earrings, a bi-colour torque bangle, and 'Heritage' earrings.

Lot 121: A pair of Georg Jensen silver 'Carnival' rings, no. 263, each set with oval cahochon garnet and moonstone terminals, maker's marks for Georg Jensen, stamped 925S, ring size M, gross weight 13.8g. With maker's box. £300-400.

Lot 32: A pair of Georg Jensen silver 'Sphere' earrings, each designed as a polished rose quartz sphere suspended from a fancy link drop, maker's marks for Georg Jensen, stamped 925S, length 3.2cm, gross weight 3.7g. With maker's box. £80-120.



Our Hermès lots in December are both incredibly wearable pieces from the maker's fine jewellery offering. Both offered in barely-worn condition, complete with original boxes, these fantastic lots are wonderful gift ideas and offered at a fraction of the original retail price.

Lot 52: A silver Hermès 'Links' necklace, the maker's openwork links cluster suspended from a trace link chain, signed Hermès, stamped 925, length of pendant 3.4cm, length of chain 40cm, gross weight 12.9g. With maker's box. £380-420.


 Lot 21: A Hermès 'Clic Clac' bangle, circa 2005, the orange enamel hinged bangle with maker's 'H' hinged clasp, signed Hermès, date stamp I, diameter 5.8cm. With maker's box. £100-200.


Our Jewellery Sales will conclude on Thursday 2nd December, and will be on view from Monday 29th November until Wednesday 1st December from 10am until 4pm. Book to view the sales in person here, and view our Fine Jewellery and Timed Jewellery online catalogues in full to find more pieces to put on that Christmas list!


For further information on any of the lots offered, contact our jewellery specialist Liz Bailey MA FGA DGA CPAA via or call us on 01270 623 878. 

Free auction valuation

Get a free auction valuation with our team of experts.

Get a valuation


Click the button below to read more news articles.

News Articles