London, South Kensington
13 May 2008
An 18ct. gold bracelet, by Cartier and a pair of 18ct. gold earrings, by Tiffany & Co.
The bracelet of curb link design, approximately 19.0 cm. long, London import mark 1977; the earrings of reeded hinged hoop design, post fittings, London import mark 1995
Bracelet with maker's mark JC, indistinctly numbered; earrings signed Tiffany & Co. Italy with maker's mark T&Co. (3)
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