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The owners, who have asked not to be named, had no idea what the work of an unremarkable female model was or who it was by until they invited an auctioneer round to value some silver.
Eagle-eyed expert Guy Schwinge spotted the 16ins by 13ins framed drawing at the top of the stairs of the property and suspected it may have been a Rossetti.
‘You can wear them over jeans and leggings for a punk rock edge, or merely go bare and let the metal brush across smooth skin,’ they add.
The chains come in silver and gold hued metallics as well as black and more vibrant colours like red.
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