London, South Kensington
3 April 2007
A quantity of jewellery and other items
Including: an Edwardian gold, half-pearl hinged bangle of crossover design; an Edwardian gold, rose-cut diamond and turquoise triple-row ring, one turquoise deficient; a silver and green chalcedony brooch by Theodor Fahrner, the reverse with maker's mark; an early 19th century gold and pale blue guilloché enamel cigarette case of rectangular form with foliate engraved and white enamel border detail; a 9ct. gold-mounted pencil; an early 20th century gold-mounted pocket knife; and oddments.
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