London, South Kensington
11 November 2003
A pair of 19th century parcel-gilt silver bracelets,
the gilt star panels with link and celtic knot design connections, in a case stamped PHILIPS BROS & SON ART GOLDSMITHS 23 COCKSPUR STREET LONDON in the lid interior, and LUCKY LINKS OF GLEN TANA to the lid exterior.
Possibly connected to Amy, eldest daughter of Sir William Cunliff Brooks of Barlow Hall and Glen Tara, who married the eleventh Marquiss of Huntly, seventh Earl of Aboyne.
See plate 8 (2)
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