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Styled by Kate Greenaway.
This is such a sweet brooch!
Styled by Kate Greenaway (1846-1901), this brooch (and there is another) is so lovely.
Set with 2 little girls, the brooch measures 2.8cm x 2.6cm, it would look lovely on any lapel.
A truly wonderful piece of history!
Lovely Edwardian design.
This is really a lovely antique Albert chain.
With such a nice design, even the Tee bar has a wonderful twist design to it as well.
Dating from the early 1900's, and measuring 42cm in length, this is one of the nicest Alberts that we have had for a while.
For all of you Albertina lovers out there.
We get so many people falling in love with Albertinas, and it is no wonder.
This particular one has such wonderful detail, and has maintained the original tassel at the end.
Originally worn on the coat to hold a ladies pocket watch, these are more commonly worn today on the wrist, and are wonderful talking pieces.
From towards the end of the Victorian era - circa 1890, this wonderful antique piece is sure to delight the wearer.
What an amazing piece! Made around 1910, this wonderful Edwardian diamond pendant is set with two lovely diamonds at the bottom, and a further 7 more.
The 2 main diamonds weigh a modest 3.40cts, both graded as G colour and Vs clarity (there is a reflection from the flash in one of the diamonds, it is not an inclusion) with the 7 others totaling 0.90cts.
Made in 18ct gold and Platinum, this is such a lovely item of jewellery, guaranteed to be worn with delight.
Made in 15ct gold, circa 1880.
This hinged bangle is truly stunning. With such a simple yet wonderful design, this hinged bangle sits wonderfully on the wrist.
Made in 15ct gold and set with turquoise, this is a wonderful example of the styling of the 1880's.
Stunning earrings made in 15ct gold, circa 1880
These are a pair of wonderful earrings, very typical of the Victorian era. They date from the 1880's, are made in 15ct gold, and have the most stunning detail when viewed close up.
Surrounded by natural seed pearls, and set on a carved piece of amethyst, these earrings are set on shepherd hooks, and are still in fantastic condition.
Late Victorian amethyst and seed pearl brooch/pendant
This wonderful suite, comprises of a five piece amethyst set necklace, with a suspended amethyst and seed peal pendant.
As you can see in the other images, the pendant can be removed, and then worn as a seperate brooch, while still able to wear the necklace on its own.
This exciting piece is all original and dates from the 1880's.
Price: $On hold
Showing amazing colours.
What a stunning bracelet!
Made in sterling silver, and set with 8 oval agates, each measuring approximately 3cm x 1.5cm, and each displaying their own unique colours and banding, making this one of the nicest agate bracelets that we have seen for some time.
Made in the 1930's, with these colours, you can easily wear this piece both in the day and at night.
Made in 18ct gold.
This is a very lovely ring made in 18ct gold in the Art Deco style.
Set with four natural rubies and brilliant cut diamonds to give it that extra sparkle, it is sure to get comments when worn from family and friends.
Price: $ Sold
Stunning 18.50ct aquamarine.
Wow! Now this is an aqua!
Measuring 18.50carats, this sensational aquamarine is set in 18ct white gold with 60 diamonds weighing 0.60cts giving it a wonderful saprkle.
This is one piece that would be worn by itself with pride.
A truly standout piece.
Aquamarine jewellery has always been popular, and when you see a piece like this, it is easy to see why.
This 18ct yellow gold pendant is set with a stunning 11.75ct pear cut aquamarine of the most beautiful blue.
Further set with 54 round brilliant cut diamonds, totaling 0.81cts, it sits perfect on the neckline and is certain to be treasured by the owner.
A perfect pendant with a perfect aquamarine.