A Magnificent Georgian 5ct Pink Topaz & Pearl Cluster Eye Ring Circa 1800’s

A Magnificent Georgian 5ct Pink Topaz & Pearl Cluster Eye Ring Circa 1800’s

My entire family loves rabbits, and baby bunnies HAVE to be one of the most adorable animals on the planet. Wouldn’t you agree? With those big fuzzy ears and the twitch-twitch of their cute little

A very rare hand-painted lover’s eye brooch depicting a woman’s eye with curling tendrils of hair on the left side. This miniature portrait is framed by yellow gold worked in repousse style, and finished with a narrow inner fluted frame. The brooch is English, circa 1820-1840.

A very rare hand-painted lover’s eye brooch depicting a woman’s eye with curling tendrils of hair on the left side. This miniature portrait is framed by yellow gold worked in repousse style, and finished with a narrow inner fluted frame. The brooch is English, circa 1820-1840.

Georgian eye miniature brooch Circa 1820s: Lover's eye miniature painted on ivory set in 18Kt gold enhanced by blue enamel

Georgian eye miniature brooch Circa 1820s: Lover's eye miniature painted on ivory set in 18Kt gold enhanced by blue enamel

BEAUTIFUL & VERY RARE GEORGIAN LOVERS EYE PENDANT WITH SEED PEARL TEAR DROP, 1" overall, unmarked but tests as high carat gold. Sold for £2,041.00 ( $3,360.30)

BEAUTIFUL & VERY RARE GEORGIAN LOVERS EYE PENDANT WITH SEED PEARL TEAR DROP, 1" overall, unmarked but tests as high carat gold. Sold for £2,041.00 ( $3,360.30)

Georgian Eye Miniature Ring Case. Exquisite ivory ring case, circa 1790, decorated with gold pique-point work and set with an ivory on watercolour eye miniature of an eye with blue iris.

Georgian Eye Miniature Ring Case. Exquisite ivory ring case, circa 1790, decorated with gold pique-point work and set with an ivory on watercolour eye miniature of an eye with blue iris.

Mourning Brooch ("Tear" jewelry), 1800-1830. Made from Ivory, paint, metal, garnet, and glass. 1 x 1 in. Brooch of the mourning "Tear" jewelry type; detail of 1 brown eye and side of face with curling hair; etched frame in gold metal designed as snake swallowing its own tail and with 1 pink garnet eye; glass on obverse is chipped; glass compartment on reverse meant to hold hair (now empty); pin attachment. From the New York Historical Society.

Mourning Brooch ("Tear" jewelry), 1800-1830. Made from Ivory, paint, metal, garnet, and glass. 1 x 1 in. Brooch of the mourning "Tear" jewelry type; detail of 1 brown eye and side of face with curling hair; etched frame in gold metal designed as snake swallowing its own tail and with 1 pink garnet eye; glass on obverse is chipped; glass compartment on reverse meant to hold hair (now empty); pin attachment. From the New York Historical Society.

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