London, South Kensington
26 October 2007
TWO COMPANY SCHOOL GOLD AND IVORY BRACELETS, ONE WITH SIKH RULERS, INDIA, CA 1860
The first with six miniature portraits of Sikh rulers, identifying inscriptions on the reverse, the second with architectural monuments of India, both with gold settings - 7in (17.7cm) longest; and an inscribed locket with childs hair, broach with portrait of the qutb minar
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