London, South Kensington
24 April 2001
A small group of jewellery,
comprising: a brooch modelled as a horse-shoe and horse-shoe-nail; a curb link bracelet suspending a turquoise set heart shaped pendant, the reverse with engraved initials and date March 1st 98; an extending pencil; a half pearl and yellow paste oval brooch; a shield-shaped citrine single stone ring with foliate shoulders and reeded shank; a dove mosaic brooch; and a fob seal with cornelian matrix with an Islamic motif, suspended from a foxtail link chain.
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