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The Wild Jewel, 1590.  Known as “The Wild Jewel,” this pendant jewel in gold and enamel is set with diamonds and rubies and encloses a turquoise cameo of Queen Elizabeth I.  It is hung with pearls.

"The Wild Jewel" Featuring a Turquoise Cameo Of Elizabeth I set in gold w/diamonds, rubies, pearls - England - Victoria & Albert Museum

In love with this!!  Georgian cameo, gold, diamond, and yellow sapphire brooch/pendant.

Superb Georgian cameo diamond rose gold and silver, 1 hard stone cameo, rose cut diamonds, yellow sapphires.

Pendant of gold in the form of a dog, enamelled and set with rubies and pearls: German, 16th century

Tendance Joaillerie 2017 Search our collections Tendance & idée Joaillerie Description Pendant of gold in the form of a dog enamelled and set with rubies and pearls: German century

A Quick Introduction to Elizabethan Jewelry | Joseph Schubach Jewelers

They replaced the brooch in popularity. Worn as crosses, cameos and jewels suspended from ribbons or chains. They also sometimes depicted miniature portraits, like the one in the picture.

'Pendant jewel'. gold; set with diamonds, emeralds and rubies; form of a Nereid with child, bodies of Baroque pearls with white enamel. Late 16th C., Germany or Italy. Length: 9.2 cm. ruby, pearl, gold. -The British Museum, London-

Gold pendant jewel of a Nereid and Child. Two irregular 'baroque' pearls form the chest and abdomen of the Nereid and of the child, a gold and white-enamelled figure group joined in a loving embrace, with the right arm of the child stretching around the b

Jeweled and Enameled Gold Cross Necklace, from Georgia, Late 17th Century Made with rubies, sapphires, enamel, pearls and gold. This once belonged to Princess Sophia (Sopio) Nakashidze, née Dadiani (b. circa 1861). Artists in Georgia were among the first in the ancient world to process metals. Among the archaeological finds of the Trialeti and Bedeni mounds of southern Georgia are fine gold pins, elaborately chased, dating from the second half of the 3rd millennium BC; enamel was used in…

Jeweled & Enameled Gold Cross Pendant & Chain -- Late Century -- Georgian -- Centered w/ a table-cut emerald within rubies & a sapphire, all collet-set within a turquoise-colored enamel divided line border.

Gold pendant set with garnets and hung with a pearl, with an enamelled back. Possibly German, ca 1650

Garnet Pendant - German - c. 1650 - Gold pendant set with garnets and hung with a pearl, with an enamelled back

Pendant jewel of gold, enamelled and set with rubies, emeralds and pearls, an elephant on a platform with scroll work: probably Italian, 16th century

Pendant jewel of gold, enamelled and set with rubies, emeralds and pearls, an elephant on a platform with scroll work: century.

This pendant has several alterations.The pearl drops are replacements and the enamelled plate at the back was removed and reinstated upside down at some stage. The cameo is likely to have been made in the Renaissance and the setting around 1550 to 1560, perhaps in England. The jewel belonged to the Gatacre family of Shropshire. It was known as the 'Fair Maid of Gatacre' after Mary (born 1509), daughter of Sir Robert Gatacre.

The Gatacre Jewel (Pendant)

The Gatacre Jewel; The Fair Maid of Gatacre Object: Pendant Place of origin: England, Great Britain (possibly, made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Amethyst, mounted in enamelled gold, and hung with pearls

Intaglio, 16th Century

Seal and Case 1580 The Victoria Albert Museum This beauitful engraved sapphire seal mounted in enamelled gold dates to about 1580 and was most likely the seal of Sir Thomas Knyvett

Beautiful and classic example of a Livery Collar.

Renaissance chain of office or livery collar by Karen Troeh. Gold-plated links enameled in red and an elaborated stag or reindeer centerpiece. This one is sold, but visit my Etsy shop for more chains of office or to request a custom design.

The secrets of this beautiful locket ring were not discovered until it was removed from Elizabeth I’s finger after she died in 1603. The mother-of-pearl ring with rubies in the band and diamonds on the facade was hiding two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth herself and the other believed to be her mother, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded when Elizabeth was just two years old.

Beautiful pictures of Queen Elizabeth I’s secret locket ring. It wasn’t discovered until her death that the ring opened up to reveal two portraits of her and her mother Queen Anne Boleyn. I love Anne Boleyn

Pendant with Fortuna, Probably Alfred André (French, 1839–1919), Artist: Unknown (Italian, Ferrara) or  German (active 1521–1540, Nuremberg), 1859–1907,  enameled gold, baroque pearl, rubies and diamonds.  H. 12.5 cm; w. 5 cm

Pendant with Fortuna, Probably Alfred André; enameled gold, baroque pearl, rubies and diamonds.

Renaissance Tudor filigree drop brooch glass by CourtlyCharm

Renaissance Tudor filigree drop brooch glass by CourtlyCharm …

The Aberdeen Jewel; Jewelled and Enamelled Gold Pendant with a Lock of Hair of Mary Queen of Scots

Mary Queen of Scots - Aberdeen Jewel. Jewelled and enamelled gold pendant with a lock of Mary Queen of Scots' hair.

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