Sun, 25th Jun 2017 13:00

The Jewellery Auction

 
  Lot 5
 

Sold for £1,900


 
EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD BANGLE BY MALCOLM APPLEBY of torque form, pierced and with textured decoration in the form of cats, each terminal in the form of a cat's head, signed and dated 2009, 27mm at the widest point, 82g. Note: this bangle was made from donations of gold by Royal Warrant Jewellery Malcolm Appleby and given as the prize for a raffle at The Touch of Tartan Ball in aid of the charity Children 1st

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