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Ladies silver and enamel button and buckle set. Presented by Sir Guy Fleetwood Wilson. Beautiful blue forget-me-not motif on pearlescent background. Hallmarked L&S for Levi and Salaman, Anchor for Birmingham, Lion for sterling, K for 1909. Case measures 3.5 inches by 4 inches.

 

£475

A brace of coronets (his and hers), worn at the coronation of Edward VII in 1902 by the Earl and Countess of Tankerville from Chillingham Castle in Northumberland.

 

Silver and silver gilt (including fixing pins) with a cap of crimson velvet turned up with Ermine and gold tassel on the top. Made by Ede. Son & Ravenscroft, established 1689, court tailors of Chancery Lane, London.

 

Provenance the late dowager countess of Tankerville.

 

£12,860

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