20 November 2007
English School, 19th Century
A lady, in lace-trimmed blue dress with white sleeves, edged with a yellow ribbon, pearl necklace intertwined with white gauze scarf, long curling powdered hair
inscribed on the backing paper, 'The gift of Wm Ed Reynolds to Sarah Read'
oval, 2 3/8 in. (60 mm.) high, gilt-metal frame, hair compartment reverse
Phillips, New York, 29 September 1978, lot 31 (as by Thomas Hazlehurst).
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