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Designed as a graduated series of ten old mine-cut diamond flower blossoms, joined by similarly-designed foliate links, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1806, 16¼ ins., the five largest blossoms may be worn as five individual brooches, in the original burgundy leather fitted case, accompanied by the original receipt (3)
The necklace was given to Anastasia (Anne) wife of Luke 2nd Lord Clonbrock, by her great uncle Lord Kerry, and is being sold with the original receipt from Rundell Bridge and Rundell, Ludgate Hill, London dated May 1806
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Purchased by Elizabeth Taylor from Christie's, London, December 1993, lot 265

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