British school circa 1820 A portrait miniature of a lady, her hair in ringlets, wearing dark dress and coral earrings, brooch and necklace, oval, on ivory,
Lot 769Y
British school circa 1820 A portrait miniature of a lady, her hair in ringlets, wearing dark dress and coral earrings, brooch and necklace, oval, on ivory,
Sold for £228 (US$ 382) inc. premium
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British school circa 1820 A portrait miniature of a lady, her hair in ringlets, wearing dark dress and coral earrings, brooch and necklace, oval, on ivory,
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British school circa 1820
A portrait miniature of a lady, her hair in ringlets, wearing dark dress and coral earrings, brooch and necklace, oval, on ivory,
another similar of a relative, wearing dark dress and coral jewelry, and two others, a gentleman and a lady, all on ivory and all in papiermache frames with gilt mounts
7 x 6cm (2 3/4 x 2 3/8in).
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