London, South Kensington
24 April 2001
A group of mainly Victorian silver jewellery,
comprising: an oval locket with applied two colour decoration depicting a bird amongst foliage; an oval locket with applied gold decoration; an oval locket with strap and buckle motif amongst engraved foliage; an oval locket with a simply engraved scene of children playing; three circular lockets with engraved decoration in the aesthetic taste; an oval locket back brooch; a rounded rectangular brooch with stamped and engraved decoration; a fan shape brooch in the Oriental taste; two bar brooches - Mizpah and faith, hope and charity; a pendant coin holder of rectangular form; three hardstone swivel fob seals; a fob; two hardstone bracelets, one with padlock clasp; a fancy link chain; a butterfly wing brooch; an engraved bow fob brooch; an ambroid bead necklace; and a brooch modelled as a bicycle.
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