Shimmering mirrored clear glass butterfly reflects the world around it delighting the eye. Made at the Vauxhall Glass Works in London from the 18th century through the middle of the nineteenth, it was sold at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens nearby.Circa 1830s
A late 19th century sapphire, ruby and diamond bee brooch, circa 1880 The body set with single-cut diamonds and circular-cut sapphires, the head and wings set throughout with single and old brilliant-cut diamonds, with circular-cut ruby eyes, mounted in silver and gold, diamonds approx. 2.10ct. total, width 4.5cm.
AARNE Johan Victor Russia end of XIXth Century, Scarab pin
The firefly, Designed by Michael Stadther, Made by Robert Underhill The realistically modelled insect with outstretched wings set with various gems including a 1.44 carat oval alexandrite at the head, an oval ruby of 5.91 carats at the body and 2 round diamonds of yellow color weighing .73 carat at the tail, the legs further set with small round diamonds weighing .21 carat, the wings applied with opaque black enamel, mounted in platinum and 18 karat gold.
Butterfly Brooch - Vintage 1970's Avon Jewelry - Free US Shipping 2.75 International Shipping
François Désiré Froment Meurice (1801-1855) estimate: 3000 - € 4000 Pendant Brooch "Harmony" in gold and enamel, representing St. Cecilia playing the viola between four musicians silver putti, in an enhanced Renaissance-inspired architecture of pearls and rubies. Signed on the back "WHEAT MEURICE". (Porte punch Jules WIESE). 1850. Gross Weight: 27.40 g. 5.6 x 4.4 cm. Light gaps in the enamel. Bibliography: Drawing reproduced in the book "The French jewelery in the nineteenth century," p…