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Coro Trembler Fur Clip  www.midcenturyjewelry.com

Coro Trembler Fur Clip www.midcenturyjewelry.com

Coro Duette Sterling Vermeil Rhinestone Owl Pin  www.midcenturyjewelry.com

Coro Duette Sterling Vermeil Rhinestone Owl Pin www.midcenturyjewelry.com

Enamelled gold ring with a table-cut sapphire in a 4-petal bezel setting, the shoulders with volutes, Western Europe. c.  1525 #RenaissanceRing #VonGiesbrechtJewels

Ring… Enamelled gold ring with a table-cut sapphire in a bezel setting, the shoulders with volutes, Western Europe, c.

Victorian Mourning Jewelry Hair Art Brooch Black Enamel Gold Filled Antique Memento Pin

Antique Victorian mourning jewelry brooch pin with intricately braided or woven chestnut hair memento locked under crystal cover in ornate glossy black enameled setting with gold filled edge and back.

Bee, honeycomb and honey jewel by Ilgiz Fazulzianov. Ilgiz Fazulzianov lives in Moscow. Two years ago he was awarded Grand prix at the jewellery design competition in Hong Kong for his Bulfinches pendant.

HONEY - Bee, honeycomb and honey jewel by Ilgiz Fazulzianov. Ilgiz Fazulzianov lives in Moscow. Two years ago he was awarded Grand prix at the jewellery design competition in Hong Kong for his Bulfinches pendant.

Jeweled and Enameled Gold Cross Necklace, from Georgia, Late 17th Century Made with rubies, sapphires, enamel, pearls and gold. This once belonged to Princess Sophia (Sopio) Nakashidze, née Dadiani (b. circa 1861). Artists in Georgia were among the first in the ancient world to process metals. Among the archaeological finds of the Trialeti and Bedeni mounds of southern Georgia are fine gold pins, elaborately chased, dating from the second half of the 3rd millennium BC; enamel was used in…

Jeweled & Enameled Gold Cross Pendant & Chain -- Late Century -- Georgian -- Centered w/ a table-cut emerald within rubies & a sapphire, all collet-set within a turquoise-colored enamel divided line border.

Coro Trembler Pin  www.midcenturyjewelry.com

Coro Trembler Pin www.midcenturyjewelry.com

A Victorian-era lachrymosa, also called lachrymatory, tear catchers, or tear vials. Sometimes worn on a necklace, sometimes merely held, they were used the gather the tears wept by mourners at funerals. One type of lachrymosa had a special top which allowed the tears to evaporate (signifying the time to stop mourning), others had a sealed top to allow the tears to last for a year, at which point they would be poured on the grave of the person whom the tears were wept for.

Lacrymal - C. Etched Glass Tear Catcher Antique glass tear catcher or scent bottle. In Victorian times (the mid glass vials were used by mourners to collect their tears for the first year after the death of a loved one.

McClellend-Barclay  www.midcenturyjewelry.com

McClellend-Barclay www.midcenturyjewelry.com

1940s Spratling Design Pin  www.midcenturyjewelry.com

1940s Spratling Design Pin www.midcenturyjewelry.com

BAKELITE black and red dangles pin

Range of Bakelite, pins etc from Morning Glory Jewelry - Antiques, Designer and Vintage Costume Jewelry

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