London, South Kensington
28 October 2007
ONE, THE PAPER LEAF PRINTED AND PAINTED WITH A SCENE OF DANCERS IN A GARDEN, THE MOTHER OF PEARL STICKS PIERCED AND CLOUTé,--10.5IN. (26.6CM.), 1850S, FRAMED AND GLAZED; AND ANOTHER, THE LACE LEAF MOUNTED TO TORTOISESHELL STICKS,--9IN. (23CM.), SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY, FRAME AND GLAZED (2)
ALMOST CERTAINLY H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY, THE PRINCESS ROYAL, COUNTESS OF HAREWOOD (1897-1965).
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