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Pat Judge
Pat Judge • 1 year ago

The "frail" ladies of the 19th century could swoon delicately into the arms of their swains and be revived with the diminutive box with vinegar-infused sponge at their throat or wrist. Swiss gold and enamel vinaigrette with apple green and pink flask-form pendant features an enamel floral bouquet and birds and ribbons. Swiss, circa 1830

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