London, South Kensington
20 March 2005
A group of jewellery and objects
comprising: a cultured pearl graduated single-row necklace; a set of three Edwardian gold dress studs, in fitted case; a set of two untested pearl single stone dress studs, in fitted case; a 22 ct. gold band ring with engraved inscription dated 1906, weight - 6.0grm.; a pink enamel and rose-cut diamond twin heart brooch with applied initials "E F"; a 9ct. gold and white enamel prize pendent medallion inscribed London Academy of Music, the reverse with inscription dated 1902; a similar silver medallion; a 9ct. gold-mounted pencil with engraved initials, gross-weight - 12.6grm.; a silver locket-pendant with engraved decoration; a 19th century gilt-mounted pocket compass, the dial signed Cary, London; a Special Constabulary long service bronze medal; and various oddments in a leather jewellery case.
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