London, South Kensington
10 November 2005
An early Victorian gold, garnet and enamel bracelet
the central cartouche shaped panel set with a single cut-cornered rectangular garnet within a blue and white enamel floral design border, to crossover design hinged blue enamel shoulders with single rose-cut garnet and flexible openwork bracelet, circa 1840.
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