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Busy bathers gather in the surf at Easton's Beach, Rhode Island, USA. Circa 1904.

Busy bathers gather in the surf at Easton's Beach, Rhode Island, USA.

This very pretty small and delicate antique pendant from the late 1800's - early 1900's is made of filigree brass with small pieces of branch coral.

Antique Victorian Branch Coral on Gold Tone Filigree Pendant

This very pretty small and delicate antique pendant from the late 1800's - early 1900's is made of filigree brass with small pieces of branch coral.

Char à voile sur la plage en 1900

Char à voile sur la plage en 1900

An Art Nouveau 18k gold, plique-à-jour enamel and opal ring, circa 1900. The ring centring a navette shaped opal, flanked by two grashoppers decorated with plique-à-jour enamel, the shoulders chiselled with ears of corn motif.

An Art Nouveau gold, plique-à-jour enamel and opal ring, circa The ring centring a navette shaped opal, flanked by two grashoppers decorated with plique-à-jour enamel, the shoulders chiselled with ears of corn motif.

New York circa 1905. Surf bathing at Coney Island.

1905 Surf bathing at Coney Island, New York, USA.“ The latest in revealing swimwear! glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.

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Dorothea and Maryal Knox in the surf at Rye, NY, Courtesy of Schlesinger Library, RIAS, Harvard University.

THE DOWAGER VISCOUNTESS HARCOURT DIAMOND NECKLACE Important Diamond Necklace, Circa 1900. Made in part from diamonds from the great comb à pampilles of the French Crown Jewels, set with twenty-eight graduated old mine-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 65.00 carats, each surmounted by pair of small collet-set diamonds on a wire mounting, suspending from a necklace of scalloped links set with similarly-cut diamonds, mounted in silver-topped gold, length approximately 410mm and…

THE DOWAGER VISCOUNTESS HARCOURT DIAMOND NECKLACE Important Diamond Necklace, Circa 1900. Made in part from diamonds from the great comb à pampilles of the French Crown Jewels, set with twenty-eight graduated old mine-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 65.00 carats, each surmounted by pair of small collet-set diamonds on a wire mounting, suspending from a necklace of scalloped links set with similarly-cut diamonds, mounted in silver-topped gold, length approximately 410mm and…

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