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GEORGE HARRISON | Necklace, c.1968

Margin Scheme

Estimate:

1,000

to
- 1,500 GBP

GEORGE HARRISON | Necklace, c.1968

GEORGE HARRISON | Necklace, c.1968

Estimate:

1,000

to
- 1,500 GBP

Lot sold:

10,000

GBP

Property of Alan Herring

GEORGE HARRISON

Necklace


single strand necklace, 560mm. string with 54 glass beads in black, white, red, yellow, mauve and light blue, with additional three brass bells (one jingle bell, two on additional strings), fraying to string, bells rusting


"...In the Spring of 1968 George had asked me to clear out an overflowing cupboard at his home Kinfauns, whilst he was away in India. This necklace was one of the things in the cupboard that I couldn’t bring myself to throw away. When George returned from India, I showed it to him, and he said I could have it…" (Alan Herring)


“This lot is accompanied by a letter of provenance.”


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