London, South Kensington
7 March 2006
A GROUP OF JEWELLERY
Comprising: a late 19th century sapphire and diamond seven stone half hoop ring; a 15ct. gold curb-link bracelet, hallmarked London 1878, suspending a pierced George III guinea, 1785, a George III third-guinea, 1806, to a soldered loop, and a fob-seal with a cushion shaped matrix engraved with a peacock; a late 19th century painted ivory pendant miniature depicting a lake-scene, with locket compartment to the reverse; a necklace composed of alternating polished and patterned flat openwork circular links with bar spacers; and a bar brooch with central collet-set sapphire detail (5)
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