London, South Kensington
6 March 2001
A small group of gold and gold cased jewellery,
comprising: an Edwardian 9ct gold hinged bangle with floral and foliate engraved decoration and applied bead and wirework, Birmingham 1907; a 9ct gold hinged bangle of buckle and strap design; a horseshoe, bar and bead brooch; an aquamarine and seed pearl cluster bar brooch; an oval locket pendant with applied monogram enamelled in red, blue and white; a cornelian cross pendant with central locket section; two matching swivel photo locket clasps with engraved shoulders; and a curb link bracelet with base metal fittings.
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