Product images of Earrings
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One of a pair of earrings (JEW0371-0372), the earring is gilt metal set with agate and is a cone-shaped, drop earring. The agate is black with a white band running around the top, with a round stud above decorated with a white band running across it. The hook that goes through the ear is missing. The earring is said to have belonged to Emma, Lady Hamilton (circa 1765-1815), although the provenance is thought to be dubious.
- Image reference: E1761
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Malcolm Stewart Collection