A wonderful Silver Victorian Cuff Bracelet - Not hallmarked, does test silver and is guaranteed. A lot of Victorian jewelry was not hallmarked. The English were not required by law to hallmark small items made of gold or silver until the 1880's. This bracelet is probably from the early 1880's.
A very charming and rare figural sterling silver luggage tag in the form of an early satchel with an umbrella on top. Made by Frank Whiting with the pre-1896 mark. The back reads "J.F. Donnell, Festus, Mo.
This Sterling Victorian Heart Locket has 3 scrolly decorative initials on the front (MSS?) The original interior picture frames are intact and the locket is marked STERLING on the interior near the bottom point of the heart. Both sides of the interior have wonderful decorative punch work. Someone has written on the left side "Margaret Mitchells hair" in pencil - a joke?? The heart has 2 fingernail openings on the side. Hinge is in fine condition and the locket closes with a nice snap ...click for details
A terrific LARGE STERLING SILVER REPOUSSE HEART LOCKET measuring 2" long x 1 3/4" wide. The front has repousse flowers and vines with light initials in the center. The back is plain. The heart has one original interior picture frame. Catch snaps securely. Excellent Condition.
Adorable STERLING SILVER AND ENAMEL VINTAGE CHERUB HEART CHARM. The back reads "GOTT SCHUTZE DICH" which translates to "GOD PROTECT YOU." The heart measures 1/2" x 1/2" not including the bale. The charm is in wonderful vintage condition with fine and vibrant enamel. The jump ring is marked 800 silver.
A 19th Century Victorian Bracelet with a decorated sterling buckle clasp and sterling engraved fittings on the ends of the ribbed agate links. Some of the agates are banded and I especially love the seaweed agate next to the buckle clasp in the front.