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  • Isobel Westfall

    This is the locket ring of Queen Elizabeth I. It was removed from her finger at her death on 3-34-1603. It is mother-of-pearl. The band is set in rubies, the "E" contains 6 diamonds set in a blue enamel "R". A pearl is also seen. The hinge opens to reveal an enamel portrait of the queen c. 1575, Also that of an unnamed woman. The costume of the woman suggests it may be Edwardian and that of her mother, Anne Boleyn.

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