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Queen Alexandra Royal Presentation Mourning Bracelet
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Queen Alexandra Royal Presentation Mourning Bracelet

Circa 1911

Measurements: 25mm x 15mm

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Gold and enamels on black black silk. Crowned beaded interlaced double ‘A’ cypher of Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) set with blue guilloche enamel bounded by a gold bead and white enamel circular border tied as a bow at the base, the whole surmounted by the Imperial State Crown, with slide fitting fixed on 9mm black moiré silk ribbon fitted with gold two-part clasp. Contained in original maroon morocco case, the lid embossed with gilt tooled double ‘A’ cypher and crown by Royal warrant holder Collingwood, 46 Conduit Street, London.

 

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