A diamond link sautoir with brilliant and baguette diamond pendant was part of the wedding presents given to Princess Alice from the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, the Bank of England and certain other City banks, Lloyd's and the Baltic. The long Art Deco necklace is versatile and could be worn in this long version as well as a short chain, or as a four row bracelet which is seen above. The pendant is also a brooch and wearable as pin. The jewel was made by the Crown Jeweller Garrard.
Together with the matching:
Diamond Bracelet with triangle and baguette diamond motifs which is in the picture in the middle also from the Lord Mayor of London, the Aldermen, Bank of England, Stock Exchange, Lloyds & Baltic Exchange, Duchess Alice wore it on her other arm.
Other jewelry which the bride Alice received included an
Oval brooch in blue enamel and paste from Mr Francis and Mr Charles Scott.,
Turquoise necklace, brooch, and bracelet from Countess Beauchamp - probably the Resille Turquoise Necklace with drop pendants, worn later by Duchess Alice and Duchess Birgitte of Gloucester.
Aquamarine and diamond brooch from the Countess of Sefton
Diamond and pearl ring from Lady Rachel Howard
Jewelled evening bag from Viscount and Viscountess Hampden
Antique silver buckle and antique silk coverlet from the Dowager Countess of Bradford
Diamond & sapphire brooch in the form of the thistle Lord Provost and Citizens of Glasgow
The King and Queen of Norway sent a gold and red enamel powder-box and cigarette-box
The King of the Belgians gave a silver cigarette-box.