Lowestoft soft-paste teabowl and saucer in the Schoolhouse pattern.
c. 1780. Saucer: 4 3/4" diameter. Cup: 3"diameter x 1 3/4" Height. Condition: excellent
C. 1820, 1 1/2"W x 4 "L x 2 1/4"H. Condition: excellent
Lovely three stone sapphire ring set with 4 small diamonds in an 18K yellow gold claw setting and hallmarked 1906. $ 2000, Size 5 3/4. Condition: excellent Height: 5.75 inches
This Chelsea "gold anchor" period porcelain seal of a lady has a motto and a hardstone seal. It dates to 1759-1768. We have a collection of these early Chelsea "toys". You can check our web site for others.
Delightful Victorian "imari" pattern scent bottle with a gilded silver cap which is stamped with the hallmarks for London 1888. The bottle is 2" wide, 2 3/8" hight and 1/2" deep.
Royal Worcester porcelain scent bottle decorated in the style of Japanese Satsuma. The design features a Geisha and a fish on one side and a lady with a fan on the other. The silver CAP is stamped with the hallmarks for Birmingham, England, 1891. The pieces measures: 2 1/4" high by 1 7/8" wide by 1/2" deep.
Unusual Victorian porcelain scent bottle in the shape of a clam shell. The silver lid is stamped with the hallmarks of Sanders and Shepherd and the date letter for 1889. The bottle is 2" high by 1 1/2" wide and 1 1/4" at its deepest.
18K gold Memorial ring hallmarked 1833 with an enamelled band and a hair locket surrounded by pearls, size 9.
Condition: excellent Height: 9 inches
Stuart Crystals first appeared after 1649 as tokens of loyalty to the executed Charles I, the Stuart King of England. Faceted rock crystal with a plaited lock of his hair, his image or his initials, were distributed and worn by his followers, loyalists to James II who were referred to as Jacobites. These rings, slides and tokens of rock crystal found throughout the late 1600's were transformed into a type of memorial jewelry. Even until the mid 18th Century the style, termed Jacobite Jewelry,...
Georgian amethyst ring set in an 18K gold repousse setting, circa 1810. The ring is a size 7 1/2. Condition: excellent
Striking Victorian banded agate earrings set in 15K gold. The brown and black tones make them wearable with any color. The earrings measure 1" in diameter and date to 1890.
Bold Victorian pique hoop earrings of tortoiseshell inlaid with gold. The technique for making pique was brought to England by the Huguenots when they were expelled from France in the late 17th Century. Pique jewelry blossomed in the late 1800's.
Fine 18K yellow gold and plaited hair double snake ring engraved with the date "1834". $ 2265. Size 6 3/4. Condition: excellent Height: 6.75 inches
Elaborately carved 18K heart lock set with three cabochon garnets can be worn as a locket or used to hold a linked bracelet. The compartment on the reverse holds a lock of woven hair, a memento of a loved one.
Fanciful Victorian silver collar with a silver locket embellished with two-color gold. The necklace and locket are adorned with geometric arch motifs and engravings. The necklace measures 16 1/2" long and 3/4" wide and the locket measures 1 5/8" long and is hallmarked 1881.
Charming memorial ring with rose diamonds set in 18K yellow gold and showing a hair curl under crystal, engraved "John Hulman ob 29 Oct 1777 aet 45", $ 2360, size 8. Condition: excellent Height: 8 inches
Worcester, Dr. Wall period, Blue Scale soft paste porcelain leaf dish with a mock Chinese mark, circa 1770. .
Condition: excellent Height: 9 inches Width: 8.25 inches
Dramatic Victorian pinchbeck top and drop earrings also called day/night earrings. The drops can easily be removed and the tops worn alone. Then the drops can be return for an evenings night on the town. Pinchbeck is an alloy developed by Christopher Pinchbeck in the 18th century. It is a form of brass, an alloy of copper and zinc, mixed in proportions so that it closely resembles gold in appearance. It never tarnishes. In its time it was worn by women when they traveled so as not to put their p...