Pendant cross in gold with eleven table-cut dark-coloured garnets, nine of which are engraved and filled with coloured enamel inlay representing the emblems of the Passion. The uppermost garnet is engraved: INRI, the second garnet from the bottom is the Madonna and Child (thought to be a replacement). The reverse is decorated in translucent red and blue and opaque turquoise-blue and white enamels. Pendant cross in gold set with cabochon turquoises. The reverse is enamelled with flowers and leaves in red, green and blue translucent enamels en basse-taille. The enamel is damaged. Devotional pendant in enamelled gold, fitted with a hinged, glazed lid with a plain gold bezel. The interior is gold with an enamelled Pietà in very high relief depicted on a red and white chequered floor with a blue background studded with gilded stars. The exterior is enamelled with a dense pattern of flowers on a dark blackish enamel background. A pendant pearl is suspended below. Locket or pendant miniature case in enamelled gold with the hinged lid and the reverse both decorated with flowers in 'relief enamelling' on a background of opaque light blue enamel. The suspension loop is enamelled in black on a white ground and a black enamel running scroll ornament in basse-taille is on the exterior of a narrow gold band which forms the sides. The inside of the lid is enamelled in black with an asymmetrically arranged, fine, leafy scroll pattern against a light-blue enamelled ground. Oval medallion with painted enamel of Hagar and the Angel. Set in later brooch mount with small diamonds and backed with oval of mother of pearl.
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