5 June 2007
ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1810
A young lady, in orange-spotted white dress with frilled neckline, spotted muslin stole draped around her right shoulder and gloved right hand, short curly light brown hair; cloud and sky background
oval, 3¼ in. (82 mm.) high, silver-gilt frame, the reverse with seed pearl initials AP on blue glass within gilt-metal border and plaited hair outer surround
Francis Denis Lycett Green (1893-1959).
Gifted to his niece, Ursula Vanda Maud (b. 1912), Countess of Glasgow. Thence by descent to the current owner.
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PROPERTY OF A DESCENDANT OF SIR EDWARD LYCETT GREEN, 2ND BT. (1860-1934)
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