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This antique sterling silver photo locket was made over 130 years ago, yet is still as fashionable and beautiful today as when it was made. Able to hold two photos inside, the locket was made in sterling silver by the English company W. Lund and Co in the 1890's. With a gorgeous design running across the front depicting a floral design, the locket measures 25mm across by 31.5mm or 45mm to the top of the bail at the top. This locket will look perfect on a fine chain, a bold silver collar or even on black cord, and will easily suit any woman for anytime of the day or night. Stock# ES9848 Maker: W. Lund & Co Circa: 1890 $950
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Here is a spectacular antique pendant that not only looks magnificent from the front, but also has a locket compartment on the back for you to place a photo of someone or people that are close to your heart. Made in the Victorian period of the 1870's in 15 carat gold, the pendant measures 29mm across by 62.3mm from the bottom to the top of the fancy bail. The size of this is destined to make sure that it stands out so elegantly on any outfit that it is worn with, and the lovely soft colour of the gold adds to the charm and character of a bygone era. Set in the centre is a vibrant natural ruby that measures 0.25 carats and is highlighted in a very beautiful way with four natural pearls and twelve rose cut diamonds. With four incredibly elegant Fleur-dis-lis designs on the outside each set with more natural pearls and rose cut diamonds, these designs adds so much to the charm and character of the locket. The diamonds total 0.14 carats and capture the light so elegantly, as does the design set between each Fleur-dis-lis. Then turning the locket over reveals a locket compartment making this so much more special that being just a pendant and once a photo is placed inside, then it becomes so much more personal. Not only will this be admired from near or far, but it will also amaze so many when they realise that it was made 150 years ago and still looks incredible. Stock# ES9839 Circa: 1870 $5,750
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Here is such an attractive antique double sided photo locket that was made in sterling silver in Birmingham in 1883, and is a magnificent size that will always be admired from near or far. Measuring 35mm across by 44mm or 59mm to the top of the wide bail at the top, the inner front section has a hand engraved design of ivy that not only looks beautiful but is steeped in meaning. Ivy was used to represent ever lasting love, friendship or marriage giving this locket an even more romantic aspect to it, and of course once photos of loved ones are placed inside, this will truly complete the locket. Perfect for any time of the day or night, this antique locket is as romantic as it is beautiful. Stock# ES9060 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1883 $1,100
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The design on the front of this locket is so beautiful and combine this with the fact that it is a photo locket that will easily hold photos of two images inside, then you have something that is not only so beautiful to admire from the outside, but so personal within. Made in the Victorian period of the 1880's in 15 carat gold, the locket has the most beautiful Gothic Revival design on the front that is set with pearls as well as two light coloured natural emeralds. Measuring 21.6mm across by 26.2mm high plus the rings at the top, inside it can hold two photos which will then make this so much more personal to the wearer. With an elegant design that is sure to always be admired, this antique locket will no doubt be worn with love and affection. Stock# ES3717 Circa: 1880 $2,300
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This antique double sided photo locket was made in 1883 and not only has such a beautiful design of flowers around the edge, but the inner section on the front has another floral design highlighted with rose and yellow gold making this so beautiful to admire. The detail is so charming and with the rose and yellow gold, this really highlights the floral design so well. Measuring 35.4mm across by 44.9mm or 61.9mm to the top of the bail, the size is just as lovely and this will look so beautiful when worn day or night and will easily suit being work with a multitude of different styles of chains. On the back it was hand engraved with the initial "LDJ" and if this locket could talk, what a wonderful history it no doubt has had. With a design that will always be admired, this is a wonderful antique locket to be loved forever. Stock# ES8268 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1883 $Sold.
The detail that can be achieved when something is hand engraved is just incredible and makes it so much more unique and individual such as in this lovely antique double sided photo locket. Made in the late Victorian era of the 1890's in sterling silver, the locket measures 34.1mm across by 42mm or 56.6mm to the top of the bail, and makes a wonderful statement on the neck regardless of which side is being worn on the front. The time and skill needed to engrave both sides by hand would have been immense and the designs on both sides not only look amazing, but have such a wonderful tactile feel to it. Able to hold two photos inside, this is a wonderful example of a late Victorian locket that is perfect for any woman. Stock# ES9547 Circa: 1890 $1,200
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The detail that can be achieved from hand engraving is so incredible to admire from near or far, and this can easily be seen in this magnificent antique locket that was made in the late Victorian era. Made in 18 carat yellow gold, the locket measures 24.5mm across by 29.5mm plus the link and bail at the top and can hold two photos inside. The quality of the hand engraving is truly incredible and along with such a tactile feel to it, this locket can easily be worn with either side facing forward. With a gorgeous colour from the yellow gold, this antique locket is one that will always be loved and cherished every time that it is worn. Stock# ES8465 Circa: 1890 $1,950
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This antique locket was made in the Edwardian era in 1905 and looks so beautiful thanks to not only the design of the locket as a whole, but having the bird highlighted in rose gold adds a wonderful combination of colour. The rectangle locket measures 27.5mm across by 37mm or 50mm to the top of the wide bail for a chain to run through and will hold a photo on the inside. With such a gorgeous deign on the front that was hand engraved, the subtle yet elegant way that the bird was highlighted in rose gold adds so much charm and character to the locket and will have all who see it admiring it for its beautiful design. Well over 100 years old, yet still so beautiful and easy to wear today, this antique locket will always be worn with love. Stock# ES3639 Hallmarked: Birmingham 1905 $1,250
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Here is a truly magnificent antique photo locket that exemplifies the quality of hand engraving compared to either machine engraving or just having a pattern stamped out. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the Victorian era of the 1880's, both sides of this locket is just as beautiful as the other.The quality of the engraving is truly exceptional and combined with an amazing design and tactile feel to it, this locket is just exquisite. The time and skill needed to do this work would have been immense and showcases the quality of the work by the jewellers all those years ago. Measuring 33.2mm across by 39mm plus the bail for a chain to pass through, inside it can hold two photos to make it so personal and charming. No matter which side you choose to wear facing forward, there is little doubt that it will always be admired. Stock# ES9726 Circa: 1880 $Sold.
Going back as far as Roman times, after a letter was sealed with wax, the writer would stamp the still warm wax with his or her seal to prevent the wrong person from opening the letter, as once broken, the wax seal could not be used again. Remaining popular all through the Georgian and Victorian periods right up to the Edwardian era, the look of seals are always so unique to one another and look wonderful on a necklace where they are commonly worn today. And this one is even more special, as it is not only a very attractive seal, but it also contains a secret locket compartment set into the base. Made in 9 carat rose gold in the late 1800's, the design itself is so attractive and measures 3.2cm tall and the base 2.2cm by 1.8cm. The base is set with carnelian which has a lovely colour to it that is complimented so well by the rose gold, and once people see that there is a locket under, it will truly amaze them. As exciting today as when it was made, this antique seal locket will always be such a wonderful talking point. Stock# ES9601 Circa: 1890 $Sold.
The design of this antique brooch is so beautiful and will look so elegant on any outfit day or night, and has the added advantage of being able to be used as a locket that is set into the back. Made in 18 carat yellow gold in the 1870's, the brooch measures 47.2mm across by 34.4mm and has such a lovely rich golden yellow colour to it combined with an elegant scroll design on all sides. In the centre are five antique European cut diamonds that come together to total 0.32 carats and two lovely vibrant rubies that total 0.12 carats. Perfect for any occasion, this is typical of the elegance of mid-Victorian jewellery from when this was made. Stock# ES9320 Circa: 1870 $3,250
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This antique brooch is not only so exquisitely detailed and made, but a wonderful example of early Australian jewellery which has become increasingly sought after and collectable in recent years. Made in the 1870's in 15 carat gold, the colour of the gold has wonderful rich colour that looks amazing set against any outfit. The brooch is set with one rich burgundy coloured garnet and two chrysoberyls that have a lovely soft yellow-green colour that sit perfectly against the warm tone of the gold. However it is the detail in this brooch which is truly extraordinary and a real testament to the quality of jewellery that was produced in Australia in the 19th century. With the brooch measuring 36.2mm across by 74.1mm, this will certainly stand out on any outfit and get the admiration that it rightly deserves every time that it is worn. The workmanship is as good as one could ever hope to find on early Australian jewellery and to make this brooch even more exciting, the front hinges open to reveal a locket compartment. And to complete the picture, it still retains its original fitted box adding that extra charm to an already truly exceptional brooch. This is a superb example of early Australian jewellery work at its finest. Stock# ES9285 Circa: 1870 $5,850
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