GOLD, CORAL AND ENAMEL BRACELET, 1860s,
the chased cartouche with blue enamel border mounted with a carved coral cameo of a woman, on a flat link bracelet, length approximately 170mm; together with a fausse-montre pendant, decorated with engine-turning and foliate chasing, with EC monogram, opening to reveal a glazed compartment containing lock of hair, diameter approximately 35mm; and a diamond ring, size L
9.7gr, 15.2gr, 1.5gr respectively
Provenance: This jewellery was placed in a safety deposit box on 20th December 1877 by James Ellis at the London County & Westminster Bank, 130 Whitechapel High Street, London, remaining there for 120 years until removed by a direct descendent in 1997.
£300 - 400 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.