Lady Anne Vaughan, née Williames (1731-1791), wife of 1st Baronet Sir Robert Howel Vaughan (1723-1791); a gold and marcasite (iron pyrites) eternity ring, together with her wedding ring, and a gold and carnelian fob seal with her monogram A.V., the reverse inset with a compass, 1.25 inches (3.2cm) high.
Sir Robert Williames Vaughan (1768-1843), 2nd Baronet; an agate seal with gold suspension loop bearing his crest, 3.5cm high, and a small gold citrine fob seal with his initials, together with an agate table seal bearing the initials of Anna Maria Vaughan, née Mostyn (1778-1858) his wife, 4.2cm high, and a Rûg estate table seal with turned oak handle, 8cm high.
Catherine Vaughan (1721-1807); two gold fob seals, one with citrine intaglio inscribed “Catherine”, the other an amethyst “Dinna Forget”, together with two gold watch keys, on gold serpent split ring, late 18th / early 19th Century.
Edward Williames Vaughan Salisbury (1769-1807); Colonel 1st Battalion 1st Regiment Foot Guards, 2nd son of Sir Robert Howell Vaughan (1723-1781), 1st Baronet of Nannau; an agate fob seal, 2.5cm high; a gold carnelian swivel watch key, 3.7cm long, and another gold mounted agate intaglio, formerly the head of a seal, all bearing his personal crest, together with another gold camelian family seal, monogrammed J.V., 2.5cm high.
A Georgian gold fob seal, with carnelian intaglio bearing the Vaughan crest of a Lion rampant, 2.5cm high, together with a similarly crested silver mounted bloodstone table seal, 5cm high.
Colonel Hamerton John Williames, Bombay Army, India (Brigadier Vaughan’s paternal grandfather); a 15ct gold mourning locket inscribed and dated 1882, weight 18 grams, together with an antique fob seal, the carnelian intaglio bearing stag’s head crest, initialled H.J.W., 3.2cm high.
A Georgian gold fob seal, the later intaglio bearing the Vaughan-Pritchard coat of arms, 3cm high, together with a gold swivel fob seal, the carnelian and bloodstone intaglio bearing respectively the crest and arms of Pritchard, 2.2cm wide.
A Georgian gold and tortoiseshell fruit knife, the handle now shortened, unmarked, together with four various gold and pinchbeck lockets.
A Georgian silver mounted travelling corkscrew, with green stained ivory handle, silver sleeve damaged, the screw cover missing, 7cm long.
Catherine Vaughan (1721-1807); sister of Sir Robert Howel Vaughan (1st Baronet), a circular travelling silver taper box with folding handle, the cover inscribed “Cath Vaughan”, unmarked, 4.7cm diameter, 2.3cm high.
Catherine A. Vaughan (1830-1892); a silver spectacle case with matching belt hook finely embossed with foliage and flora, by George Unite, Birmingham 1885, monogrammed, old repair to tongue of belt hook, the case 14cm long.
Ellinor Anne Vaughan, née Owen (1832-1917); a silver chatelaine, monogrammed, containing a sovereign case, Chester 1887, a fan pincushion, Birmingham, 1890, a scissor case, Birmingham 1891, and a silver-plated button-hook with amethyst glass terminal.