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Antique Cameos: old victorian, shell, coral and hardstone cameos, vintage jewellery

Date and Origin: Circa 1840/1850 Italy.

Materials: ivory, goldfilled brass Date: 1840-1860 Origin of the cameo: France Size: 2 1/2 x 2

Antique Cameos: old victorian, shell, coral and hardstone cameos, vintage jewellery

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The veiled bride cameo brooch, circa 1860. Amazing how the carver made the veil to look like fabric. Wow!

Victorian Carved Ivory Cameo Brooch. We love antiques at Renaissance Fine Jewelry in Vermont. www.vermontjewel.com. Life is short.... so live with the extraordinary!

A garnet and diamond brooch, circa 1850. The oval cabochon garnet berries in closed-back settings, the leaves and stems set with rose, old brilliant and cushion-shaped diamonds, mounted in silver and gold.

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Victorian carved ivory brooch. This is amazing! An adorable and artistic statement piece!

"Zeus and Hera"-Material: Cornelian Shell, 9 k gold marked. Size: 2 3/8" by 1 7/8". Only cameo is 2 2/8" by 1 6/8”. Date and Origin: Circa 1860 Italy.

Flora, high relief cameo, Material: Ivory, 18 k gold tested, mother of pearl. Size: 2 2/8" by just over 1 5/8" Date and Origin: Circa 1880 France, probably Dieppe. Conditions: A tiniest petal from a tiny flower on her flowers crown is lost. This is only barely visible through a loupe, not noticeable at all by naked eye, mentioned for accuracy, otherwise mint. (look at the third picture, you can see a flowers with three petals, the fourth is lost).