Egyptian Archaeological Revival Gold, Carved Lapis Scarab, Lapis and Diamond Pendant. The stylized shield-shaped pendant edged and accented by fine rope-twist gold and scrolled gold wire, centering one carved lapis scarab, quartered by small rose-cut diamonds, flanked by two cylinders tipped by inverted round lapis, topped by a tapered pendant-loop of similar design, the reverse with a glazed compartment, circa 1875
Archaeological-Revival Gold and Lapis Lazuli Necklace. The 11 lapis lazuli drops measuring approximately 38.0 by 10.0 mm to 24.0 by 9.0 mm, suspended from wedge-shaped links decorated with granulation and bordered by double rows of twisted gold wire, interspersed by 12 lapis lazuli cabochons measuring approximately 10.7 to 9. mm, completed by a foxtail link chain, length 15¾ inches, with French import mark; circa 1880.
Archaeological Revival Gold and Lapis Mesh Slide Bracelet-Watch Mechanical, centering a rectangular blue enamel dial with applied gold Arabic numerals, set within a case of architectural form, accented with gold balls, flanked by a fan of 10 pear-shaped cabochon lapis edged by small gold balls, completed by a herringbone link mesh bracelet accented by lapis slides of similar design, circa 1870, movement signed Koehn