20 May 2015
PROPERTY FROM THE DESCENDANTS OF GRAND DUKE GEORGE MIKHAILOVICH
A MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF JEWELRY
VARIOUS MAKERS, CONTINENTAL, LATE 19TH/ EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Comprising: a diamond set gold brooch in the form of a buckle; a jeweled silver and gold pendant cross; a jeweled silver and gold arrow-form pin; a silver flower-form brooch plated in gold; a diamond, amethyst and enameled gold hat pin, the arrow pin marked 'Cartier' and dated circa 1895
The pin: 6 in. (15.2 cm.) long (5)
Grand Duchess Marie Georgievna (1876-1940).
Princess Nina Georgievna Chavchavadze (1901-1974).
Prince David Pavlovich Chavchavadze (1924-2014).
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