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An outstanding historical mourning pendant from 1846!
This finely wrought snake commemorates the passing of a husband and wife -- Lady Elizabeth Whitbread in 1846 and Samuel Whitbread in 1875. Samuel Whitbread was an English politician who also ran a successful family brewing company.
This 14k gold pendant is accented with an etched black enamel snake with tiny rose cut eyes surrounding a carved banded agate forget me not flower encircled by lustrous half pearls.
The piece is in excellent condition with engraving on the reverse. It measures 1.35 inches from top to bottom by 0.7 inches wide.
Materials: Diamond, Gold.
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