Reflecting the true sense of Victorian sentimentality is this lovely British, 9K heart shaped locket, featuring hand engraved stylized forget-me-nots surrounding an empty plaque still awaiting a personalized monogram. The locket opens to reveal a compartment perfect for displaying a loved one's phot...(more)
We see a lot of kilt pins and occasional bracelets but vintage Scottish earrings are exceedingly scarce. These sleek kite shape adornments are inlaid with contrasting deep teal bloodstone and sienna hued jasper and measure almost 2 inches long including the ear wire.
Hand fabricated in silver, circa...(more)
Hollow electroform (a Victorian-era manufacturing method) oval ornaments dangle from new ear wires in these ultra-lovely and eminently wearable 19th century ear drops, crafted in velvety 15K yellow gold (hence of British origin). The oval plaques measure 11/16 by 9/16 inch and drop 1 1/14 inches inc...(more)
This sweet and stellar Victorian jewel is crowned with a glistening rose-cut diamond-set six-pointed star accentuated with small round faceted rubies beaming between the rays. Hand fabricated circa 1890 in 9K rose gold, hence of British origin. Just shy of 1/2 inch across, currently ring size 5.
A collectable, and larger than usual, antique English Masonic ball fob, that opens to reveal a surprise. Expertly hand-fabricated in 9 karat rose gold, the ball in its closed position resembles a "ballot ball" used during Masonic voting. With a clever arrangement of hinges, which are barely percepti...(more)
A half-inch diameter circle, crafted in platinum and brimming with 21 bright white old mine diamonds, is under girded by a rim of 18 gold and supported by decorative open work shoulders in this low profile, but ultra-sparkling, Edwardian-era finger hugger - circa 1910. Currently ring size 4 3/4+.
Light (hollow) and lovely, a classic late-19th/early-20th century hinged bangle bracelet, rendered in bright and sturdy 9K yellow gold (hence of British origin), elegantly hand engraved on the top half with a flowing foliate design. The bracelet fits about a 6 3/4 inch wrist size.
Gently concave golden discs, centered with a tiny rose-cut twinkler, decorative hand engraving and bordered with a coin edge finish make for a delightful pair of everyday ear dangles. 15 karat yellow gold (British), 1 1/14 by 1/2 inches.
Very early, possibly Georgian (early Victorian at least) five-petaled garnet flower earrings crafted in silver over gold. Equally as lovely by sun, moon or candlelight. The flowers measure 11/16 by 3/4 inch but drop down from the (newer) ear wires 1 and 3/16 inches.
Simply delightful and eminently wearable, diamond ear drops dating from the first decade of twentieth century. A matched pair of old mine-cut pear-shape diamonds, together weighing just under one carat, sparkle from within finely milgrained platinum bezel settings and swing back & forth inside ...(more)
Diminutive and darling, kind of like a tiny pocket watch, this Victorian era treasure measures 5/8 inch across, displays intricate engine engraving on both sides and currently displays woven hair from a dearly departed, circa 1875. The initials E.F.B. are engraved on the front.
Sweet and lovely and lustrous double rose-cut diamond earrings lightly crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. They fall 3/4 inch long.