Top left: Brooch; gold; heart-shaped; vertical pin and three loops at base for attachments; obverse: twisted bands of blue and white enamelling with lozenge-shaped groups of pellets; reverse: black letter inscription enamelled white, separated by foliate sprays. Top right: Cross; gold; four rectangular arms with spikes in angles; pierced knop on top; obverse: central ruby in raised claw setting; arms with engraved flowers; reverse: arms set with amethysts, central setting gone. Bottom left: Roundel; gold; central raised setting with sapphire surrounded by circle of beads(?) threaded on gold wire; border of twisted gold wires within scalloped edge; loops attached to sides for attachment of pendants; six petalled flower slightly in relief on back. Bottom right: Locket; gold; key attached by tiny chain; engraved with flowers and black letter inscription, formerly enamelled white. Condition photograph of four items from Fishpool, Nottinghamshire, taken for a loan to the V&A 2003.
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