A 22.47ct aquamarine Cartier pendant from the estate of the late Denisa Lady Newborough will highlight the 288 lot section of Fine Jewels, which comprise part of Roseberys Fine Art auction on Tuesday 30 June. A daring socialite of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, and seemingly of every decade until her death in 1992, Denisa Lady Newborough was described in her obituary in The Daily Telegraph as: “many things: wire-walker, nightclub girl, nude dancer, air pilot.” Originally from Romania, her obituary goes on to say, “her admirers included the Kings of Spain and Bulgaria, Adolf Hitler…Benito Mussolini…and Sheikh ben Ghana, who gave her 500 sheep. By conventional standards, her morality matched her flaming red hair but she remained as proud of one as the other.’ Her colourful life saw her travel extensively, and she claimed in her 1956 autobiography entitled “Fire in My Blood”, to

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