London, South Kensington
15 April 2008
A GROUP OF 18CT. GOLD JEWELLERY, BY WRIGHT & TEAGUE
Comprising: a necklace and bracelet, each designed as a line of textured vari-shaped panels strung on a trace link chain, to a "S" shaped clasp with heart shaped charm, approximately 41.0 and 19.0 cm. long respectively, hallmarked London 2002; and seven bangles, four of square cross setion and three of circular, one with textured circular charm, hallmarked London 2000 (2), 2002 (2) and 2003 (3); total weight approximately 210 grm.
All with maker's mark W&T (9)
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