London, South Kensington
11 November 2003
A pair of early 20th century gold wedding rings in a fitted case by Froment-Meurice
each engraved 23 Mai 1905 Antoinette de Bizemont - Pierre de Malglaive, the fitted case gilt stamped with a crown over A . M, the lining gilt stamped Froment-Meurice, 46 Rue D'Anjou, Paris.
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Pierre de Malglaive born 16/2/1880 served in General Charles de Gualle Free French Government in London with responsibility for sea transport.
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