19th Century Portrait of a bearded gentleman
Lot 7Y
English School, circa 1840 A Lady, seated in a red upholstered chair, wearing mauve dress over white chemise with lace collar, a jeweled brooch at her corsage, two saphire pendants framed by diamonds suspended from a black ribbon choker around her neck, her hair parted beneath a white lace mob cap decorated with mauve and pink flowers
Sold for £162 (US$ 272) inc. premium
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Art & Antiques Oxford
23 Jan 2013 10:00 GMT

Auction 20674
Lot Details
English School, circa 1840
A Lady, seated in a red upholstered chair, wearing mauve dress over white chemise with lace collar, a jeweled brooch at her corsage, two saphire pendants framed by diamonds suspended from a black ribbon choker around her neck, her hair parted beneath a white lace mob cap decorated with mauve and pink flowers.
Gilt-metal frame; together with a further portrait miniature of an elderly gentleman, wearing dark cloak, brown tunic and a gold coin or medal suspended from a gold chain hanging from his neck, gilt-metal frame.
Oval, 105mm (4 1/8in) and 79mm (3 1/8in) high respectively (2)
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  1. Frances Robinson
    Specialist - Pictures
    Bonhams
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    Banbury Road
    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 1865 853 662
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