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Circa: Birmingham 1913
Made by Elkington and Co.
This Christening set is made by Elkington and Co in Birmingham 1907.
What makes this a wonderful piece, is that this is made in sterling silver, and is still complete with its original velvet lined box.
Besides the wonderful engraving, the ends have not been engraved with any initials or bith date, making this a wonderful gift for any new addition to your family.
Maker: Elkington and Co.
18ct gold, set with pearls.
This is a wonderful original Art Nouveau pendant, circa 1890, set with 3 lovely pearls.
Very typical of the Art Nouveau era, the wonderful bonus with this piece, is that it can be worn by collectors of Art Deco jewellery as well, as it is not to different of the Deco items that were made.
This piece is still in wonderful condition, and can easily be worn on a daily basis.
Made in 1920.
These lovely double sided cufflinks were made in Birmingham 1920, and are made in 9ct gold.
With a design that is still in fashion today, they would look lovely on any shirt.
Maker: HH & S
Made in Birmingham 1912.
These lovely engraved double sided cufflinks were made in Birmingham 1912.
Made in 9ct rose gold, they are such a wonderful design, great for collectors of cufflinks or to give to someone to start a collection off.
These cufflinks have such a nice engraving on the edges.
Made in 9ct gold, circa 1910, they are of a design that has never dated, and can easily be worn with todays suits.
With a lovely pattern, they are sure to be worn with pride.
Made in Birmingham 1900
Swivels like these were very often made in 9ct, yet this one is made in 18ct gold.
With a fancy top, and carnellian on one side and bloodstone on the other, it was made in Birmingham 1900.
Circa: Birmingham 1900
Made in 1913.
This particular swivel/spinner has a wonderful angular design.
Set with the traditional two stones of carnellian on one side and bloodstone on the other, it is made in 9ct gold and was made in 1913.
Circa: Birmingham 1913
Made in 1901
This is a lovely antique swivel/spinner.
Made in Birmingham in 1901 it is set with carnellian on one side and bloodstone on the other.
The top part has a lovely design, sure to look great on any chain.
Circa: Birmingham 1901
Made in 15ct gold, and set with seed pearls.
This pendant is set with aquamarine and seed pearls in 15ct gold. The length of this drop is a wonderful 5.8cm from top to bottom.
A stunning piece, this dates from around 1910, and is a piece that can easily be worn with other antique jewellery or even modern contemporary pieces.
Wow! This is such a fabulous example of an antique pendant.
So simple yet stunning in its design, this 9ct pendant is set with natural amethyst and seed pearls, in such a great design.
Dating from the early Edwardian era (circa 1900), this is a piece that can easily be worn during the day or for somewhere special at night. A design that has not dated one bit.
Now this is beautiful.
A lovely Victorian (circa 1870) pearl and diamond brooch hand made in 15ct gold and silver.
Set with 50 old cut diamonds giving it a real sparkle, this is one of those pieces that speaks for itself.
Perfect for any collector of antiques, or someone who wants just that one perfect item of jewellery. Just beautiful.