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  • Julie Boatwright

    The Devonshire Tiara, United Kingdom (1856; cornelian, onyx, garnets, jacinths, lapis lazuli, plasma, sardonyx, enamel, gold).

  • Linda LastName

    Devonshire Parure. C.F. Hancock (d. 1891). Gold; enamel; diamonds; cornelian; onyx; garnet; jacinths; lapis lazuli; plasma, and sardonyx

  • SB Nesti

    Devonshire Parure - Chatsworth house official website

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