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Dame Edith Sitwell, 1959 by Jane Bown
 
     
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    Bown took this picture for an Observer feature called 'My Clothes', and it was exhibited in the newly opened Jewellery Gallery at the National Portrait Gallery in 2008. In the original article, Sitwell explained how she had acquired her Aztec necklace. "This gold collar was made for me by an American woman called Millicent Rogers," she said. "She was one of my greatest friends, though I only met her once. She sent it to me, and the British Museum kept it four days and thought it was pre-Columban [sic], from the tomb of an Inca."

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