London, South Kensington
4 December 2001
A GOLD FOB-SEAL
ENGLISH, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY
THE HANDLE FORMED BY SCROLLWORK STRUTS, THE ROUNDED RECTANGULAR BASE WITH A FLORAL AND FOLIATE FRIEZE, THE BLOODSTONE MATRIX WITH ENGRAVED ARABIC INSCRIPTION, EDWARD BRICE AND DATED 1821
AND A FURTHER GOLD FOB-SEAL, WITH SCROLLWORK HANDLE AND PLAIN REEDED BASE, THE CORNELIAN MATRIX WITH ENGRAVED COAT OF ARMS, ENGLISH, NINETEENTH CENTURY -- 2.2CMS.
THE ARMS ARE THOSE OF HUSKINSON IMPALING ANOTHER.
SEE PLATE 10 FOR PART LOT (2)
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