This is a one of a kind, beautifully carved amethyst head of a dog late Victorian 14Kt yellow gold stickpin. The three dimensional dog’s head was masterfully carved out of one piece of natural amethyst with great detail by a very talented artist.
This Victorian pendant is made of 14Kt gold and centered by an approximately 0.05Ct old-mine diamond. The pendant is further enhanced by a 3 millimeter and a 5 millimeter pearl. The height of the pendant is 1 5/8” and width is ¾” at the widest point.
A pair of Victorian 14Kt yellow gold and garnet earrings centered by 7 X 5 millimeter oval faceted garnets. The classic Victorian black enamel decoration encircles the prong set garnets. The 18 X 13 millimeter oval earrings have wire backs.
The impressive workmanship and fine quality of this pin have ensured that it stood the test of time. This Victorian beauty dates from the late 1800s and is still in great shape. The bottom of the sword itself is a little bent, but the scabbard covers it when worn so it isn’t visible. The white enamel is beautifully done, especially when accented with 42 half and one full (probably) natural Oriental seed pearls. The diamond at the hilt has the weight of about 0.07 Ct...
This Victorian uniquely round-shaped shell cameo broach is set in 18Kt yellow gold. Depicting a masterfully carved classic woman’s face, the frame is further enhanced by a rope circle and six “roundels” with some black enamel accents. The cameos circumference is 30 millimeters and the overall diameter of the broach is 38 millimeters.
You can’t help but notice these Victorian daisy earrings. The round center has a finely hammered finish and is surrounded by 10 freshwater pearl petals on each earring. The posts most likely were replaced when someone converted the earrings to pierced, but they are 14Kt gold.
These diamond and pearl cluster earrings date back to the late Victorian era. The center pearls on each earring are surrounded by eight old miner cut diamonds. The approximate total weight of all diamonds is 0.65 Ct. The 4.5 mm pearls seem to be natural pearls, but were not x-rayed.
This classic 14Kt gold Victorian oval broach is decorated by a very intricate design. The design is further enhanced by the all well known black enamel. The broach is 1¼” long and 1” wide.
14Kt yellow gold Victorian Etruscan love knot stickpin centered by a half seed pearl.
Claim instant ancestry with this beautifully made original period piece from the Victorian era. The black and white oval cameo has been carved out of agate to depict a Victorian Lady in fine detail. The authentic 14 karat yellow gold frame has ribbonlike white gold detailing at each of the four corners, making this pin a fine example of elegantly constructed two-tone gold jewelry...
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A great example of Victorian Etruscan work displayed on the middle nine links of this 18Kt yellow gold graduated bracelet. The bracelet graduates from the center where the width is 17 millimeters towards the two ends where the width is 9 millimeters. The center five links are further enhanced with eight seed pearls. The length of the bracelet is 8". The top of the bracelet is in very good condition, on the back there are some dents and dimples which are not visible when the bracelet is worn.
This wonderfully executed 10Kt gold locket, decorated by the traditional Freemason insignia dates back to the Victorian era. The insignia is enhanced by 10 rose cut diamonds and a natural ruby. The locket is ¾” wide and 1” long without the jump rings on top. The total length of the locket with the oversized jump ring is 1 7/8”. There are some slight dimples on the back, but the over all condition is very good.
This is a wonderful pair of 14Kt yellow gold Victorian Etruscan earrings. The top of each earring is set with a small diamond, the bottom has an emerald and a 4mm cultured pearl. The earrings have posts and the total length is 1 1/16”.
This unique stone cameo set consisting of a pair of earrings and a broach / pendant with a removable bail, set in 10Kt yellow gold, is a great example of American Victorian Etruscan jewelry. The width of the broach is 1” and the height with the bail is1 7/8”. The earrings have “French Backs” old-fashioned screw backs. The width of the earrings is 11/16” and the height is 1 ½” including the backs.
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Go back in time with this beautiful bracelet. The focal point is an intricately engraved 14 karat Victorian box catch from the end of the 19th century. Two rows of curb chain sandwich a central row of a texturized fancy link chain. These 14 karat chains may be of the same age as the large clasp or may have been added later, in the 1920’s. The catch is engraved with the initials SGR and the whole bracelet measures approximately 7 ½ inches long.
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This precious Victorian Etruscan bracelet dates from the latter half of the 19th century. The piece is made up of textured and domed 14 karat gold rounds connected by flexible joints with balls on each end, making each link circular with the suggestion of a square. The central link is larger than the rest and features a star, in the center of which is set an approximately 0.25 carat old miner diamond. A safety chain complements the hidden catch...
A finely crafted lace like 14Kt pink gold openwork Victorian three-tiered broach decorated by nine half seed pearls. The diameter of the broach is 1 1/4". The marking on the back "585MM" indicates a European maker.
This Victorian gold filled slide chain comprises a 48" long rope chain. The oval slide decorated is by 3 seed pearls on one side and unadorned on the other. The slide is slightly loose on the chain and has suffered a small dent. Otherwise, the piece is in good condition.