London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A young girl, nearly full face in white dress with ecru-coloured sash, long curling fair hair
oval, 2½ in. (63 mm.) high; a young girl, facing right in low-cut white dress with pleats, blue ribbons on her sleeves, long curly fair hair (I.P., circa 1791)
signed with initials and dated 'IP 1791'
oval, 1¾ in. (44 mm.) high; and a lady, full face in scarlet dress with lace collar, a comb adorned with coral beads in her dressed hair (cracked) (Italian School, circa 1815)
gilt-metal pendant frame with hairwork reverse
oval, 23/8 in. (60 mm.) high
See Frontispiece for part lot Illustration (3)
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