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Stunning Vintage Jewelry  -  FLORENZA gold tone dangles 2-3/4" brooch with red rhinestones and artificial pearls and matching 1" earrings.

Stunning Vintage Jewelry - FLORENZA gold tone dangles 2-3/4" brooch with red rhinestones and artificial pearls and matching 1" earrings.

Classic Edwardian platinum over yellow gold housing a large oval faceted amethyst and decorated with 33 rose cut diamonds set in feminine open work. The piece is finished with a pin back and a bale. True antique jewel-toned finery.

Classic Edwardian platinum over yellow gold housing a large oval faceted amethyst and decorated with 33 rose cut diamonds set in feminine open work. The piece is finished with a pin back and a bale. True antique jewel-toned finery.

Georgian cannetille set with amethysts. Bracelet, earrings and pendant. This was most likely part of a larger set called a parure  that would have also consisted of a necklace and another bracelet. (Bracelets were worn in pairs). Circa 1830 via Jewelry Nerd

Georgian cannetille set with amethysts. Bracelet, earrings and pendant. This was most likely part of a larger set called a parure that would have also consisted of a necklace and another bracelet. (Bracelets were worn in pairs). Circa 1830 via Jewelry Nerd

An Antique Russian Siberian Amethyst, Rose Diamond and Gold Link Bracelet    made in St Petersburg between 1908 and 1917

An Antique Russian Siberian Amethyst, Rose Diamond and Gold Link Bracelet made in St Petersburg between 1908 and 1917

Georgian gold and garnet earrings c. 1820 are 15kt gold with foiled garnets. The form, an unusual shape, looks more like an insect than it does the floral form of small garnet earrings we see more often. As there was no electricity at this time, jewelers foiled gemstones and semi precious stones with a sliver of metal or foil material behind the stones to catch and reflect the available light. Circa 1820

Georgian gold and garnet earrings c. 1820 are 15kt gold with foiled garnets. The form, an unusual shape, looks more like an insect than it does the floral form of small garnet earrings we see more often. As there was no electricity at this time, jewelers foiled gemstones and semi precious stones with a sliver of metal or foil material behind the stones to catch and reflect the available light. Circa 1820

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