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Collar of Esses from the Museum of London, England

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Variation of the famous livery collar with a ring and a trefoil attached by two small buckles. Lancastrian knight chain, also known as Collar of Esses, England, 14-15th cent. The letter 'S' is thought to mean "Sovereignly". The chain has 26 or 28 links including the trefoil divider, and a ring-shaped pendant. Length of the chain is about 100 cm, width of links 30 mm. Ring is 50 mm in outer diameter. *Collar on photo is 28 links no plated variation.

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