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Historic Jewelry

Historic Jewelry

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Mid 18th cent Georgian Silver Etui Necessaire, circa 1760. The front and back of the tapering case richly decorated with various musical instruments amidst a foliage and stippled background. The interior is fitted with 11 original implements, including fork, 2 knives, measure ruler, scissors, ivory leaves, snuff spoon, tweezers, file, needle threader.; one compartment vacant, presumably for pencil. Inscribed on top cover H. Lamley in script. Height: Approx 3.75 inches.

Georgian Silver Etui Necessaire, circa 1760

Antique English c. 1700's Sterling Silver Stock Buckles from Trinity Antiques on Ruby Lane, London.

Antique English 1700's Sterling Silver Stock Buckle For Gentleman's Neck Tie 1785: TA071243: Removed

A Viking pendant considered the oldest crucifix, found in Sweden.

Enigmatic Scots Queen and Vikings set for 2013

A 10th-century Mjölnir from Odeshog, Sweden.

Gold and diamond ring watch, circa 1780, French school

Late 1700s to Early 1800s Cut Steel Sewing Chatelaine 5 Original Pieces | eBay


Koller Auctions - Jewellery, Wristwatches & Pocketwatches

Georgian Wedding Ring.

Erica Weiner Jewelry | Corvus Noir

Eighteenth century coral set with coral hair comb

Eighteenth century coral set | PeterSzuhay

Harriot Whitbread Witch's Heart Pendant, 1764

FleaingFrance Brocante Society Antique Ex Voto - 1800s fleaingfrance.bigcartel

FleaingFrance — Home

Chatelaine; Antique, Blue Jasperware & Enamel, Gold Chain, Seals, Key, Charm, 11 inch. Circa 1808 -1908

Chatelaine | Antique Blue Jasperware & Enamel Gold Chain Seals

Beautiful chatelaine with watch

Chatelaine, ca. 1860 / American / silver, gold wash, ivory, enamel, glass.

Persia | Seljuk gem-set gold pendant | 12th / 13th century

Watch tulip-shaped 17th century. Brass , émail champlevé , gold. | Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet

A mid-eighteenth-century foundling token, a ring with a heart-shaped stone, small padlock and key attached at either side (only just visible in this image); Latin engraving on the interior of the band ('He who neglects me loses me') means that it could originally have been a love token; the ring was left as a 'foundling token' with a baby girl.

ring Archives - Material Cultures

Vinaigrette, ca. 1755-60, British, gold and enamel

Vinaigrette | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

FRENCH, SECOND HALF 14TH CENTURY PECTORAL CROSS silver, enamelled and engraved on reverse with the lamb of God and the symbols of the four Evangelists, partially gilt and and mounted with cabochon stones, applied seed pearls

French, second half 14th century | Lot | Sotheby's

Elegant Antique Georgian Paste Buckle Sterling Silver 1780's

A tiny etui, made from silver and walnut shell.


Chatelaine with calendar, probably late 18th century, French - the MET