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Carl Faberge antique Victorian Russian fancy colored diamond flaming heart pendant / brooch

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Victorian Bustle Ball Gown by Sally C Designs by British Steampunk, via Flickr. Similar in design to what I envisioned for Claire's blue ballgown re-make.

Evening dress ca. 1881-1884 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Important Victorian pink topaz and diamond pendant. UK, Mid 19th century. Designed as a central oval-shaped topaz weighing 39.18 carats, within a surround of stylised foliate design in gold-backed silver set with circular-cut diamonds, mid 19th Century. Listing via 1stdibs.

Cupid’s Arrows Brooch. Set with rubies and diamonds, piercing a ruby-set diamond heart. This brooch dates from circa 1900.

Early 19th century moss agate earrings.  These would have been elegant daywear in the 1820's. The light passes through them and highlights the beautiful patterns in the agate. 4.5

Extraordinarily crafted French serpent brooch from the mid 19th Century. The massive proportions and realistic detailing help to date this amazing 3 dimensional brooch. From the coiled position of the snake to the detailed hand etched scales on the body, this brooch is extraodinary in its quality, craftsmanship and condition. Surely an important French workshop of the period produced the gold work of this caliber. Rose diamond eyes. 1860's France

Victorian 9k Gold, 14k Gold, Turquoise, Seed Pearl and Coral Brooch - Mexico c.19th Century