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Voctoria Duchess of Kent  by Alfred Chalon He was the son of a Huguenot watchmaker who settled in England in 1794. Alfred Chalon trained at the Royal Academy Schools and subsequently exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1801 and 1860. His first royal subject was Princess Charlotte of Wales, painted posthumously He later became miniature painter to Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge and Portrait Painter in Watercolour to Queen Victoria (1837).

Voctoria Duchess of Kent by Alfred Chalon He was the son of a Huguenot watchmaker who settled in England in 1794. Alfred Chalon trained at the Royal Academy Schools and subsequently exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1801 and 1860. His first royal subject was Princess Charlotte of Wales, painted posthumously He later became miniature painter to Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge and Portrait Painter in Watercolour to Queen Victoria (1837).

Hinged gold bracelet clasp, the band of six chain links, the lid engraved with Princess Charlotte’s coronet and initials, containing a miniature of Princess Charlotte of Wales, head and shoulders, wearing a white dress with a pearl necklace and pendant brooch at her corsage, her hair dressed with pearls.

Hinged gold bracelet clasp, the band of six chain links, the lid engraved with Princess Charlotte’s coronet and initials, containing a miniature of Princess Charlotte of Wales, head and shoulders, wearing a white dress with a pearl necklace and pendant brooch at her corsage, her hair dressed with pearls.

In 1840 The Dowager Duchess of Kent (Mother of Queen Victoria) Moved into Clarence House and lived there until her death in 1861

In 1840 The Dowager Duchess of Kent (Mother of Queen Victoria) Moved into Clarence House and lived there until her death in 1861

1830 (published) Duchess Victoria Louisa black and white print | Grand Ladies | gogm

1830 (published) Duchess Victoria Louisa black and white print | Grand Ladies | gogm

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