Lovely Georgian turquoise enamel on gilt metal earrings fit close to the ear. The earrings are in the style of Queen Anne, who ruled England from 1702-1714, but were crafted during the reign of King George II. They measure approximately 1" by 1".
Delightful Edwardian bangle bracelet of platinum and 15K gold entwined around each other. Perhaps it was a lover's gift symbolizing the intertwining of two souls. The bracelet's interior measures 2 1/8" wide. Comfortable to wear day or night.
Shakudo is a magnificent form of artistry dating to the Samurai period, when highly skilled metal crafters ornamented swords, fittings and shields with beautiful inlaid designs of copper and gold for decorative or ceremonial wear. When the Samurai period officially ended in late 1800's, the artisans turned their craft to jewelry and the decorative arts...
Blue Willow pattern scent bottle with silver gilt cap by Sampson Mordan. The silver is marked with the year mark for 1885. This scent is a large size measuring 2 1/4" in diameter. A wonderful addition to a scent collection or a collection of blue
Lovely pique pansy pendant can be worn with a gold or silver chain. Pique, tortoiseshell inlaid with gold and silver, was developed in France and became popular in England in the late 19th century.
Coalport porcelain sauce tureens with undertrays, "King" pattern, circa 1810,
Condition: excellent Height: 6.5 inches Width: 7 inches
Georgian agate bracelet of various colors and patterns makes a wonderful and wearable piece of jewelry. Turn it around and have a different view to suit your attire. The agates are set in gold and the bracelet measures 6 1/4" long. Each agate measures 1" wide by 1 1/2" high.
Georgian cut steel cuff bracelet dating to c.1800. Cut steel jewelry is made of tiny steel studs mounted into a base plate. It originated in the village of Woodstock in Oxfordshire. The studs were faceted to reflect light and give off a brilliance like that of diamonds. This bracelet measures 1 1/2" wide by 6 1/4" long.
Beautiful Portuguese marquis shaped ring set with clear black dot pastes in 18K yellow gold and silver. It is an excellent example of Portuguese jewelry of the late 18th century. The ring dates to c. 1800. It is a size 7.25 and can be resized up or down.
Bold Victorian cut steel cuff bracelet is an unusual and amazing example of the popular cut steel jewelry of the Victorian era. Cut steel was developed as a substitute for diamonds when the royalty and wealthy traveled to the seasons in Bath and London. The bracelet measures 1 1/2" wide, its interior measures 2 3/4" by 2 1/8".
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
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.
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.
Antique Shakudo bracelet with a dragon motif was made in Japan in the 1890's. Shakudo work was used in Japan during the Sanarau period by artisans who made ornaments to adorn swords and other weapons. It became popular in the making of jewelry in the 1890's and was characteristic of the Aesthetic movement, with its asymmetrical art forms. The bracelet is elasticized and easy to wear. The band is 1/2 inch wide, the center piece is
1 3/8 high by 5/8 wide.
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.
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.
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.