Gladys Deacon Cuff
Part of a collaboration with the Great Houses of England, this beautifully hand-painted enamel cuff features 24ct gold decoration and is mounted with 18ct gold-plated rims. This bangle is inspired by the ceiling of the North Portico at Blenheim Palace, painted by British artist Colin Gill in 1928.
Staring down from that ceiling are the bright blue eyes of Gladys, Duchess of Marlborough (née Gladys Deacon). She was reported to have climbed the scaffolding whilst the artist was painting to give him a blue silk scarf that matched her eyes as a colour reference.
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