Sz: 5"D x 1 1/8"Deep
Stamped: Garrard & Co Ltd
112 Regent Street W.
One of the Caribbean's most elegant and exclusive enclaves, Lyford Cay, located on the western edge of New Providence Island in The Bahamas, has served as a refuge for global leaders, international luminaries, and royal families for more than half a century.
Lyford Cay is a private gated community located on the western tip of New Providence island in The Bahamas.
Considered one of the world's wealthiest and most exclusive neighbourhoods, the Lyford Cay Club was built during the latter part of the 1950s by prominent Canadian businessman Edward Plunkett Taylor, who bought the land in 1954 from Bahamian developer Sir Harold Christie. In December 1962, U.S. President John F. Kennedy stayed at E. P. Taylor's home in Lyford Cay while he held talks with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. There are about 450 homes.