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- c1920s (Creation)
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Necklace of five circular disks, one with red semi-precious stone.
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William Reid Hunter was born in Alloa on the 24th of February 1896 to Nellie Lennox Hunter (née Reid) and George Hunter, a grocer. He studied drawing and painting at The Glasgow School of Art for a year in 1914 before enlisting with the Royal Army Medical Corps. He returned to the School in 1918, where he continued to study drawing and painting until 1924 while working as a teacher. He is listed on the School's World War One Roll of Honour.
Elizabeth Thompson, 24.06.2010.
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Pewter, embossed disks, the central oval disk set with red stone on fine chain.
Dimensions: 11 x 424 x 24 mm
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