6 November 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 938
Estimate GBP 500 - GBP 700
A group of late 19th century/early 20th century jewellery
Comprising: a gold bracelet composed of a series of openwork scrolling panels with flowerhead detail and domed links; a half pearl and rose-cut diamond spray brooch, in fitted case dated 23rd Feb. 1905; an Edwardian half pearl circular slide; a brooch of cabochon turquoise cross design with half pearl centre and accents on a knife edge bar with single stone turquoise floral terminals; and a brooch comprising two pins each with a floral motif and old brilliant-cut diamond single stone, one with cabochon turquoise accent the other with a half pearl, to a fine link connecting chain of alternating turquoise and pearl beads please note that the pearls have not been tested for natural origin, all circa 1900 (5)
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