6 March 2001,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 494
GBP 200 - GBP 300
A group of cut steel and gilt jewellery,
comprising: cut steel: a blister pearl and mother-of-pearl flowerhead panel bracelet; a butterfly brooch; an oval buckle; a pair of ribbon bow shoe decorations; a cluster brooch (pin deficient); and a twin panel buckle; gilt: an oval hardstone panel bracelet with bead design surrounds; a pair of drop earrings with green paste two stone decoration; a geometric twin panel brooch with applied wirework decoration; a circular locket with chased border and engine turned back; a portrait brooch with over-painted photo to the front and hair set arrangment to the reverse, with floral chased border; and a transfer printed oval brooch.
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