Tweet Pin It Eighteenth century silver and blue paste brooch, ca 1760 probably English.
Tweet Pin It A Red Apron Lodge, No. 259, constituted August 20, 1787, by Warrant from the Duke of Cumberland, Most Worshipful Grand Master, under […]
Tweet Pin It Antique gold cross with emeralds and pearls. Probably English ca. 1840
Tweet Pin It Cabochon drop shaped emerald ring ca 1580. Size “J” US “5″ All in very good original condition.
Tweet Pin It Ca 1760 silver and paste pendant. With rare green paste drops. Measurements: 44 x 47 mm
Tweet Pin It Late eighteenth century silver , garnet and topaz broach, probably Portuguese ca 1760. Measurements : 31 mm in diameter
Tweet Pin It Mid eighteenth century silver an foiled topaz broach. Probably Portuguese ca 1760. Measurements : 34 mm in diameter
Tweet Pin It Beautifully preserved Ptychodus tooth in late nineteeth century gold mount as a broach. Measurements: 31 x 20 mm Ptychodus is a genus […]
Tweet Pin It Large pendant with enameled images/tools of the crucifixion, set with a sixteenth century almandine garnet cameo of Christ. The enameled gold pendant […]
Tweet Pin It High carat gold ring, ca 1790 , the bezel is set with opaline glass. Mounted onto the glass is an enameled gold […]
Tweet Pin It Antique carved coral brooch. Probably Italian ca 1840. Mediterranean coral from the Trapani region. Diameter of coral 34 mm
Tweet Pin It Late seventeenth century silver, gold and diamonds pendant.
Tweet Pin It Antique pink topaz, emeralds,and pearls pendant in 15 carat gold setting. English ca 1820
Tweet Pin It Agate cameo fragment ca. 1450 in late seventeenth century gold setting. Medieval European cameos are among st the rarest of all as […]
Tweet Pin It Pair of high carat gold and enameled cufflinks with small rose diamonds, unmarked, probably Russian ca 1900 Ref:JWR4141
Tweet Pin It Sixteenth century cameo set into a gold ring with diamonds. The ring is eighteenth century, ca 1760
Tweet Pin It Various Italian round and fazetted coral necklaces, carved coral broaches from 1700-1860 etc
Tweet Pin It Oval micro mosaic panel, probably from top of a box. Italian ca. 1810