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A collection of early 19th Century rings,
A collection of early 19th Century rings,

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A collection of early 19th Century rings,
including: A gold-mounted intaglio possibly depicting the figure of Harpocrates with cornucopia, within reeded border; a gold-mounted Roman style domed red glass intaglio depicting a cockerel; a silver-closed-set mounted glass intaglio, depicting a scene from the Trojan Wars; a gold-mounted glass intaglio depicting three classical head profiles, within reeded border; a gold-mounted glass intaglio depicting the profiles of Mercury and Venus; a gold-mounted glass intaglio depicting the young Hercules and horse; a gold-mounted intaglio ring with indistinct classical scene; a gold-mounted hardstone cameo depicting a Vacca, the mount with reeded border; a hardstone cameo depicting the Crane of Vigilance; a gold-mounted hardstone cameo carved as clasped hands; a vari-coloured lava cameo three stone of carved heads; a French three colour gold ring with painted enamel plaque with the words d'amour; a diamond and ruby five stone ring; a foiled ruby single stone ring to a rope-work hoop; and an 18th Century gold clasp engraved with birds and foliage the reverse with initials B E and S B, and dated 1716, with contemporary ring case.
See plate 3 for part lot (15)
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