London, South Kensington
11 April 2008
AN EMERALD-SET JADE PENDANT AND AN ENAMELLED GOLD PENDANT, INDIA, 19TH CENTURY
The jade of oval form with carved chrysanthemum flower at centre, surmounted with an emerald surrounded with small diamonds - 2in (5cm) long; the enamelled pendant with red floral sprays on a white ground with cobalt blue detail, verso with gold portrait of a hunter on green glass - 2.4cm long; and a necklace with two green glass and gold decorated pendants (2)
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