14 May 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 5,625
Estimate GBP 3,500 - GBP 4,500
An early 19th cenury gold and citrine parure
Comprising: a necklace of claw-set graduated oval citrines with two colour gold flowerhead spacers suspending a cannetille work pendant with pear-shaped citrine triple drops, one detached; a pair of matching drop earpendants; a pair of broad meshwork bracelets each with oval mixed-cut citrine single stone clasps in cannetille mounts; a matching brooch; and a matching gilt mounted citrine haircomb/diadem designed as a row of graduated oval citrines in foliate scroll mount, all circa 1830, three citrines detatched from mounts
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